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Pikachu
Mouse Pokémon
ピカチュウ
Pikachu
#025
Pikachu
Pikachu
Cosplay Pikachu
Cosplay Pikachu
Pikachu in a cap
Pikachu in a cap
Gigantamax Pikachu
Gigantamax Pikachu
Gigantamax Pikachu
Gigantamax Pikachu
Partner Pikachu
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Type
Electric Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Cosplay Pikachu
Unknown Unknown
Pikachu in a cap
Unknown Unknown
Gigantamax Pikachu
Unknown Unknown
Partner Pikachu
Unknown Unknown
Abilities
Static Cacophony
Cosplay Pikachu
Cacophony
Pikachu in a cap
Lightning Rod
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Cosplay Pikachu
Cacophony
Pikachu in a cap
Gender ratio
Unknown
50% male, 50% female
Catch rate
190 (35.2%)
Breeding
Egg Groups
Field and Fairy or No Eggs DiscoveredCosplay/Cap
Hatch time
10 cycles
Height
1'04" 0.4 m
Pikachu
0'0" 0 m
Cosplay Pikachu
0'0" 0 m
Pikachu in a cap
68'11"+ 21.0+ m
Gigantamax Pikachu
Weight
13.2 lbs. 6.0 kg
Pikachu
0 lbs. 0 kg
Cosplay Pikachu
0 lbs. 0 kg
Pikachu in a cap
??? lbs. ??? kg
Gigantamax Pikachu
Mega Stone
[[|]] [[|]]
Base experience yield
82
Gen. I-IV
Unknown
IV
112
V+
Leveling rate
Medium Fast
EV yield
Total: 2
Pikachu
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HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
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Sp.Def
2
Speed
Cosplay Pikachu
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Speed
Pikachu in a cap
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Atk
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Speed
Gigantamax Pikachu
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Cosplay Pikachu
Pokédex color
Yellow
Base friendship
70
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Pikachu (Japanese: ピカチュウ Pikachu) is an Electric-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Pichu when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone.

In Alola, Pikachu will evolve into Alolan Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone.

Pikachu has a Gigantamax form. Pikachu with the Gigantamax Factor cannot evolve.

In Pokémon Yellow, the starter Pikachu will refuse to evolve into Raichu unless it is traded and evolved on another save file. In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!, the player's partner Pikachu will also not evolve, and cannot be traded to become a Raichu.

Pikachu is popularly known as the mascot of the Pokémon franchise and one of Nintendo's major mascots.

It is also the game mascot and starter Pokémon of Pokémon Yellow and Let's Go, Pikachu!. It has made numerous appearances on the boxes of spin-off titles.

Pikachu is also the starter Pokémon of Pokémon Rumble Blast and Pokémon Rumble World.

Biology

Pikachu's gender differences in the anime

Pikachu is a short, chubby rodent Pokémon. It is covered in yellow fur with two horizontal brown stripes on its back. It has a small mouth, long, pointed ears with black tips, and brown eyes. Each cheek is a red circle that contains a pouch for electricity storage. It has short forearms with five fingers on each paw, and its feet each have three toes. At the base of its lightning bolt-shaped tail is a patch of brown fur. A female will have a V-shaped notch at the end of its tail, which looks like the top of a heart. It is classified as a quadruped, but it has been known to stand and walk on its hind legs.

The anime has shown that wild Pikachu live in groups in forested areas. Pikachu communicate amongst themselves using squeaks and tail-shaking as friendly gestures. In the anime, Alolan Pikachu are known to greet each other by sniffing one another and rubbing their tails together. Electricity can be used to receive and send messages with each other, as well as other Electric Pokémon species. It raises its tail to check its surroundings and is occasionally struck by lightning in this position. When groups grow, they can inadvertently cause lightning storms. Pikachu forage for Berries, which it roasts with electricity to make them tender enough to eat. A sure sign that Pikachu inhabits a location is patches of burnt grass. It has been observed eating and sometimes destroying telephone poles, wires, and other electronic equipment. By occasion, it can get unintentionally swallowed by Cramorant. While startled, it looks for ways to escape from the latter.

In the mouth of Cramorant

Pikachu charges itself while sleeping overnight, though stress and a lack of sleep can affect this. It is able to release electric discharges of varying intensity. Pikachu has been known to build up energy in its glands, which it will need to discharge to avoid complications. It is also able to release energy through its tail, which acts as a grounding rod, as well as recharging fellow Pikachu with electric shocks. Pikachu and its evolutionary relatives are related to Pachirisu.

Pikachu has three alternate forms: the first one, Cosplay Pikachu, appeared exclusively in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. It is always female, has a black heart-shaped spot at the end of its tail, and can be dressed in any of five outfits corresponding to the five Contest conditions. The second form is Pikachu in a cap, which debuted as an event-exclusive Pokémon in Generation VII. It is always male and has eight variants, each wearing one of Ash's hats from the anime. In addition to these two forms, many other Pikachu variants have appeared in various media. The last, the partner Pikachu, is the Pokémon the player starts with in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!. This Pikachu can be either gender, has higher base stats, and has access to moves that normal Pikachu do not.

As Gigantamax Pikachu, it becomes larger and chubbier. Its tail becomes longer and becomes capable of storing all of the electricity it generates, causing it to glow a bright yellow and enabling it to become as powerful as a lightning strike. Three red clouds float around the tail. Its power is equal to that of a power plant; however, it is difficult to use it in peoples' homes since Pikachu can only remain in its Gigantamax form for a short time.[1]

Pikachu and its variants have several signature moves:

Pikachu is also the only known Pokémon capable of using the Light Ball item.

Other appearances

Pikachu Libre in Pokkén Tournament

Pokkén Tournament

Main article: Pikachu (Pokkén Tournament)
Main article: Pikachu Libre (Pokkén Tournament)

Pikachu is a playable character for the arcade fighting game. His moveset includes electrical attacks the species uses in the main games, like Thunderbolt, Electro Ball, and Thunder. In Burst form, he can use the Burst Attack Volt Shock Fist. Several of his attacks and victory poses are directly taken from Heihachi and Kazuya Mishima's movesets from the Tekken series.

Pikachu overwhelms opponents with powerful electric shocks and quick movements.[2]

Pikachu Libre was first announced alongside the Wii U port of the game. She was later released as an additional fighter on the original arcade version.

Pikachu Libre, a wrestling idol, is a small masked fighter overflowing with fighting spirit.

Super Smash Bros.

Main article: Pikachu (Super Smash Bros.)

Detective Pikachu

Detective Pikachu stars a Pikachu that is capable of speaking the human language, but only the player character Tim Goodman is capable of hearing him. Much like Meowth from the anime, he is incapable of using moves that most Pikachu are capable of using. This Pikachu also really loves to drink coffee. Early on in the game, a regular Pikachu also briefly appears.

Lightning Force

Pikachu and Eliana in the Lightning Force music video

The Brazilian music video Lightning Force features a stop motion animated Pikachu. This Pikachu is also shown later as a live action actor with a full-body costume.

Celestial

Single cover for Celestial

Pikachu appeared in the music video for Celestial. It is also featured in the single cover for the song.

Pokédex entries

Generation I Kanto
#025
Red(ENG) When several of these Pokémon gather, their electricity could build and cause lightning storms.
Blue
Yellow It keeps its tail raised to monitor its surroundings. If you yank its tail, it will try to bite you.
Stadium Lives in forests away from people. It stores electricity in its cheeks for zapping an enemy if it is attacked.
Generation II Johto
#022
Gold This intelligent Pokémon roasts hard berries with electricity to make them tender enough to eat.
Silver It raises its tail to check its surroundings. The tail is sometimes struck by lightning in this pose.
Crystal When it is angered, it immediately discharges the energy stored in the pouches in its cheeks.
Stadium 2 This intelligent Pokémon roasts hard Berries with electricity to make them tender enough to eat.
Generation III Hoenn
#156
Kanto
#025
Ruby Whenever Pikachu comes across something new, it blasts it with a jolt of electricity. If you come across a blackened berry, it's evidence that this Pokémon mistook the intensity of its charge.
Sapphire This Pokémon has electricity-storing pouches on its cheeks. These appear to become electrically charged during the night while Pikachu sleeps. It occasionally discharges electricity when it is dozy after waking up.
Emerald It stores electricity in the electric sacs on its cheeks. When it releases pent-up energy in a burst, the electric power is equal to a lightning bolt.
FireRed It has small electric sacs on both its cheeks. If threatened, it looses electric charges from the sacs.
LeafGreen When several of these Pokémon gather, their electricity could build and cause lightning storms.
Generation IV Sinnoh
#104
Johto
#022
Diamond It lives in forests with others. It stores electricity in the pouches on its cheeks.
Pearl If it looses crackling power from the electrical pouches on its cheeks, it is being wary.
Platinum It occasionally uses an electric shock to recharge a fellow Pikachu that is in a weakened state.
HeartGold This intelligent Pokémon roasts hard berries with electricity to make them tender enough to eat.
SoulSilver It raises its tail to check its surroundings. The tail is sometimes struck by lightning in this pose.
Generation V Unova
#—
Black It occasionally uses an electric shock to recharge a fellow Pikachu that is in a weakened state.
White
Black 2 It occasionally uses an electric shock to recharge a fellow Pikachu that is in a weakened state.
White 2
Generation VI Kalos
Central #036
Hoenn
#163
X It raises its tail to check its surroundings. The tail is sometimes struck by lightning in this pose.
Y It has small electric sacs on both its cheeks. If threatened, it looses electric charges from the sacs.
Omega Ruby Whenever Pikachu comes across something new, it blasts it with a jolt of electricity. If you come across a blackened berry, it's evidence that this Pokémon mistook the intensity of its charge.
Alpha Sapphire This Pokémon has electricity-storing pouches on its cheeks. These appear to become electrically charged during the night while Pikachu sleeps. It occasionally discharges electricity when it is dozy after waking up.
Generation VII Alola
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Alola
USUM: #032
Kanto
#025
Sun A plan was recently announced to gather many Pikachu and make an electric power plant.
Moon It's in its nature to store electricity. It feels stressed now and then if it's unable to fully discharge the electricity.
Ultra Sun Its nature is to store up electricity. Forests where nests of Pikachu live are dangerous, since the trees are so often struck by lightning.
Ultra Moon While sleeping, it generates electricity in the sacs in its cheeks. If it's not getting enough sleep, it will be able to use only weak electricity.
Let's Go Pikachu This forest-dwelling Pokémon stores electricity in its cheeks, so you'll feel a tingly shock if you touch it.
Let's Go Eevee
Pikachu in a cap
Sun This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
Moon This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. Since the cap's not the right size, the fit is a bit loose.
Ultra Sun This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
Ultra Moon This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. Since the cap's not the right size, the fit is a bit loose.
Generation VIII Galar
#194
Galar
Isle of Armor #085
Sinnoh
#104
Hisui
#056
Sword Pikachu that can generate powerful electricity have cheek sacs that are extra soft and super stretchy.
Shield When Pikachu meet, they'll touch their tails together and exchange electricity through them as a form of greeting.
Brilliant Diamond It lives in forests with others. It stores electricity in the electric sacs on its cheeks.
Shining Pearl If it looses crackling power from the electric sacs on its cheeks, it is being wary.
Legends: Arceus Possesses cheek sacs in which it stores electricity. This clever forest-dweller roasts tough berries with an electric shock before consuming them.
Original Cap Pikachu
Sword This Pikachu wears its partner's cap, which is brimming with memories of traveling through many different regions.
Shield This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. The cap is proof that the two traveled across many regions together.
Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos, and Alola Cap Pikachu
Sword This Pikachu wears its partner's cap, which is brimming with memories of traveling through the Hoenn/Sinnoh/Unova/Kalos/Alola region.
Shield This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. The cap is proof that the two traveled throughout the Hoenn/Sinnoh/Unova/Kalos/Alola region together.
Partner Cap Pikachu
Sword This Pikachu wears its partner's cap, which is brimming with memories of when they first met.
Shield This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. The cap is a precious symbol of a fateful encounter.
World Cap Pikachu
Sword This Pikachu wears its partner's cap, which is brimming with memories of traveling through different regions.
Shield This Pikachu is wearing its Trainer's cap. The cap is a precious symbol that travels across different regions with Pikachu.
Gigantamax Pikachu
Sword Its Gigantamax power expanded, forming its supersized body and towering tail.
Shield When it smashes its opponents with its bolt-shaped tail, it delivers a surge of electricity equivalent to a lightning strike.
Generation IX Paldea
#74
Scarlet When it is angered, it immediately discharges the energy stored in the pouches in its cheeks.
Violet When several of these Pokémon gather, their electricity can build and cause lightning storms.
Original Cap Pikachu
Scarlet The cap this Pikachu wears is filled with memories of this Pokémon and its partner traveling across lots of different regions together.
Violet This Pikachu wears its partner's cap—proof of the strong bond Pikachu and its partner formed during adventures across many different regions.
Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos, and Alola Cap Pikachu
Scarlet The cap this Pikachu wears is filled with memories of this Pokémon and its partner traveling across the Hoenn/Sinnoh/Unova/Kalos/Alola region together.
Violet This Pikachu wears its partner's cap—proof of the strong bond Pikachu and its partner formed during adventures across the Hoenn/Sinnoh/Unova/Kalos/Alola region.
Partner Cap Pikachu
Scarlet The cap this Pikachu wears is filled with memories of this Pokémon traveling together with its partner, whom it met in a fateful encounter.
Violet This Pikachu wears its partner's cap—proof of the strong bond Pikachu and its partner formed as the two overcame many hardships together.
World Cap Pikachu
Scarlet The cap this Pikachu wears is filled with memories of this Pokémon and its partner traveling across the world together.
Violet This Pikachu wears its partner's cap—proof of the strong bond Pikachu and its partner formed during adventures across the world.


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Male Pikachu's Image in the Alolan PokédexSM Female Pikachu's Image in the Alolan PokédexSM Original Cap Pikachu's Image in the Alolan PokédexSM Pikachu's Image in the Alolan PokédexUSUM Pikachu's Image in the Paldea Pokédex

Evolution

Cosplay Pikachu, Pikachu in a cap, Partner Pikachu, and Pikachu with the Gigantamax Factor cannot evolve.

Pichu
Baby form
Pichu
 Electric 
Pokémon Egg
Breed

Rare Candy + Soothe Bell
Level up with
high friendship
Pikachu
First evolution
Pikachu
 Electric 
Thunder Stone
Thunder Stone
outside of Alola
Raichu
Second evolution
Raichu
 Electric 
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Thunder Stone
in Alola
Raichu
Second evolution
Raichu
Alolan Form
 Electric  Psychic 

Forms

Cosplay Pikachu

Normal
Pikachu
Cosplay Pikachu
Pikachu
 Electric 


Knowing Meteor Mash
Pikachu
Pikachu Rock Star
Pikachu
 Electric 


Knowing Icicle Crash
Pikachu
Pikachu Belle
Pikachu
 Electric 


Knowing Draining Kiss
Pikachu
Pikachu Pop Star
Pikachu
 Electric 


Knowing Electric Terrain
Pikachu
Pikachu, Ph.D
Pikachu
 Electric 


Knowing Flying Press
Pikachu
Pikachu Libre
Pikachu
 Electric 

Pikachu in a cap

Partner Pikachu

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Unevolved
Pikachu
Partner Pikachu
 Electric 



Gigantamax Pikachu

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Gigantamax Factor
Pikachu
Pikachu
Pikachu
 Electric 

Dynamax Band
Dynamax Band


Lasts for three turns
Pikachu
Gigantamax Pikachu
Pikachu
 Electric 

Sprites

Generation I
Red Green Red Blue Yellow
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Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation II
Gold Silver Crystal
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Spr 2g 025 s.png Spr b 2g 025 s.png Spr 2s 025 s.png Spr b 2s 025 s.png Spr 2c 025 s.png Spr b 2c 025 s.png
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation III
Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen
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Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation IV
Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver
Male Male Male Male Male Male
Female Female Female Female Female Female
Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male
Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation V
Black White Black 2 White 2
Male Male Male Male
Female Female Female Female
Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male Shiny Male
Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female Shiny Female
Front Back Front Back
Generation VI
X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
Male
Male
Male
Male
Female
Female
Female
Female
Form
Form
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Front Back
Shiny Form
Shiny Form
Front Back
Generation VII
Sun Moon Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
Male
Male
Male
Male
Female
Female
Female
Female
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Male
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Shiny Female
Front Back Front Back
Let's Go, Pikachu! Let's Go, Eevee!
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Generation VIII
Sword Shield
Male
Shiny Male
Female
Shiny Female
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Legends Arceus
Male
Shiny Male
Female
Shiny Female
025MS.png For other sprites and images, please see Pikachu images on the Bulbagarden Archives.


Other sprites

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FireRed/LeafGreen credits

Trivia

$1 coin from Niue featuring Pikachu
Pikachu in Pokémon Stadium
Pikachu in Pokémon Battle Chess

Origin

Pikachu's designer, Atsuko Nishida, revealed in an interview that this Pokémon was originally a daifuku-like creature with ears sticking out. Its black ear tips are remnants of this original concept.[4][9]

Nishida named the Pokémon Pikachu "without giving it much thought", and while it wasn't originally intended to be based on a mouse, Game Freak CEO Satoshi Tajiri made the decision to base it on such. During the process of making Pikachu "cuter", as per the instructions of game designer Kōji Nishino, Nishida added cheek pouches for it to store electricity in. These were inspired by squirrels, which store food in their cheeks. Pikachu's yellow colouration and lightning bolt-shaped tail were given to express Pikachu's electrical attributes and make its type easier to recognise and understand. According to Nishida, Pikachu's stripes aren't based on anything in particular, and were added to fill the empty space on Pikachu's back, as it is always visible during battle.[4][9]

Pikachu's Gigantamax form is a reference to its earlier, more rotund design from Generations I and II.[6]

Name origin

Pikachu is a combination of ピカピカ pikapika (onomatopoeia for sparkle) and チューチュー chūchū (the sound of a mouse squeaking).[4][10]

In other languages

Language Title Meaning
Japan Flag.png Japanese ピカチュウ Pikachu From ピカピカ pikapika and チューチュー chūchū
France Flag.png French Pikachu Same as English/Japanese name
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Same as English/Japanese name
Germany Flag.png German Pikachu Same as English/Japanese name
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu Same as English/Japanese name
South Korea Flag.png Korean 피카츄 Pikachu Transcription of Japanese name
China and Taiwan Flags.png Mandarin Chinese 皮卡丘 Píkǎqiū Transcription of Japanese name
Hong Kong Flag.png Cantonese Chinese 皮卡丘 Pikachu*
比卡超 Béikāchīu*
From its Mandarin name paired with the pronunciation of English/Japanese name
From the transcription of Japanese name and chīu


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