Bell Flower Pokemon

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#069 Bellsprout
Pokédex Info
Type 1: Grass
Type 2: Poison
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 9.0 lb
Prefers hot and humid places. It ensnares tiny insects with its vines and devours them.
Catch it in:
Evolved from: - Evolves into:
Locations: Sorry, Red owners. You won't have any luck tracking down the -bells in your version of the game... But Blue and Yellow players will often bump into Bellsprout on Routes 24 and 25. Bellsprout also appears exclusively in Blue on Routes 5 through 8, and in Yellow, on Routes 12, 13, 14 and 15. Remember: The most powerful Victreebel tends to be the one you raised all the way from the tiniest sprout.
This Pokémon naturally learns the following techniques:
LV 01 - Vine Whip
LV 01 - Growth
LV 13 - Wrap
LV 15 - Poison Powder
LV 18 - Sleep Powder
LV 21 - Stun Spore
LV 26 - Acid
LV 33 - Razor Leaf
LV 42 - Slam
Tips: The "-bell" family isn't exactly the cream of the crop of the Grass/Poison world (Bulbasaur still has the edge), but it's got good enough stats to make it worth training. While Speed and Defense are a bit on the low side, Bellsprout and co. have fairly high HP and Attack powers -- even at low levels. Of course, the fact that it's both a Grass and a Poison type means that it has plenty of weaknesses. But Bellsprout has one big advantage that most dual-types don't have: it actually learns tons of useful (type-specific) attacks on its own. A quick look at what those attacks actually are should immediately tell you what fighting strategies are appropriate for Bellsprout. Let's just call it: Poison, Sleep, Stun and lock down. For example, you can try to put your opponent to sleep, then follow up with Poison Powder and Acid. Another great move is to use Poison Powder first, then lock down your opponent with Wrap. Wrap by itself doesn't cause much damage, but it prevents your adversary from switching. Combined with Poison Powder (or better even: Toxic), this can be quite effective. A good combination of moves for Bellsprout to learn would be Wrap, a Poison technique like Toxic, Sleep Powder or Stun Spore and a Grass technique like Razor Leaf or Mega Drain.

When battling Bellsprout, remember that Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Psychic Pokemon all perform exceptionally well against Grass/Poison types. While the damage dealt by moves like Psychic isn't quite as high as when using it against a pure Poison type, it usually does the trick and knocks out Bellsprout in one blow. The same holds true for Fire, Ice and Flying techniques. Just don't use Water, Electric, Grass or Fighting Pokemon against it and you can't lose.

This Pokémon can learn the following HMs and TMs:
TM 03 - Swords Dance
TM 06 - Toxic
TM 09 - Take Down
TM 10 - Double Edge
TM 20 - Rage
TM 21 - Mega Drain
TM 22 - Solar Beam
TM 31 - Mimic
TM 32 - Double Team
TM 33 - Reflect
TM 34 - Bide
TM 40 - Skull Bash
TM 44 - Rest
TM 50 - Substitute
HM 01 - Cut
Offense
Grass Attacks
Advantage: Water, Ground, Rock
Disadvantage: Fire, Grass, Poison, Flying, Bug, Dragon

Poison Attacks
Advantage: Grass, Bug
Disadvantage: Ground, Rock, Ghost, Poison

Defense
Advantage: Water, Electric, Grass, Fighting

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