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    Venusaur is a Grass/Poison type Pokémon that evolves from Ivysaur.

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    Venusaur last edited by Marino on 11/02/21 07:26PM View full history

    Overview

    Venusaur on the title screen of Leaf Green
    Venusaur on the title screen of Leaf Green

    Venusaur is the final evolution stage of the starter Pokémon Bulbasaur. It is the mascot of both Pokémon Green and LeafGreen version, appearing on the cover-art of each. Venusaur first appears in the games as the final evolution of Bulbasaur in Pokémon Red & Blue.

    It first appears in the Pokémon Anime Cartoon series in episode 51, ("Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden") as leading an evolution ceremony.

    Much like its first two evolutions, Venusaur has an advantage over Water, Electric, and Fighting-types, only taking half of the usual damage from these types of moves. It has an even greater advantage over Grass types, only taking 25% damage from attacks of these type. However, Venusaur takes double the damage from Fire, Flying, and Psychic-type moves.

    Venusaur is much larger than its previous two forms, with a huge flower mounted on its back. Venusaur retains the Grass & Poison-type characteristics from its previous forms, meaning it can use Vine Whip, Razor Leaf and Leech Seed, as well as the powerful Solar Beam attack once it has absorbed enough sunlight.

    When the bulb has bloomed into a full-sized flower like the one on Venusaur's back, the flower will absorb energy from the sun. Because of this, Venusaur has to keep moving to find more sunlight. The Leech Seed technique shared by both Ivysaur and Venusaur takes away an enemy's energy during battle.

    Females can be differentiated from males for the "seed" protruding from its flower, males don't have this; it provably represents a fertile Venusaur. Venusaur is large and squat, colored green, with a big pink flower emerging from its back. It resembles a large toad, and walks around on four legs.

     Venusaur on the Anime, May's Bulbasaur evolves into one
    Venusaur on the Anime, May's Bulbasaur evolves into one

    Venusaur makes an appearance in the original Super Smash Bros where he emerges from a door on the Saffron City stage and uses his Razor Leaf attack, shooting leaves across the stage that damage any players they hit.

    Venusaur also appears in Super Smash Bro's Melee where he can potentially appear from a Pokeball that has been thrown by a player, and use the Earthquake attack to damage nearby opponents by pounding on the floor.

    Evolution

    The final of three evolutions, Venusaur evolved from Ivysaur, who evolved from Bulbasaur, one of the starter Pokémon of Pokémon Red/Blue. The plant-like growth on Venusaur's back is much larger than that of Ivysaur, making Venusaur a much more formidable opponent. Venusaur evolved from Ivysaur at level 32, and Ivysaur evolved from Bulbasaur at level 16.

    Data

    Vitals

    Pokédex #TypeHeightWeightJapanese Name
    003Grass/Poison6'07"220.5 lbsフシギバナ
    ClassificationAbility
    Seed PokémonOvergrow: When Venusaur's health is below 1/3, its Grass-type moves increase 1.5x.
    Base HappinessCapture RateExperience GrowthGender RatioSafari Zone Flee Rate
    70451,059,860 pts.Male: 87.5%
    Female: 12.5%
    0

    Base Stats

    HPAttackDefenseSp. AttackSp. DefenseSpeed
    80828310010080

    Locations

    Generation I

    GameLocationNumber in Game
    Red/BlueEvolve from Ivysaur.None
    YellowEvolve from Ivysaur.None

    Generation II

    GameLocationNumber in Game
    Gold/Silver (Crystal)Time CapsuleNone

    Generation III

    GameLocationNumber in Game
    Ruby/Sapphire (Emerald)Trade (from FireRed or Leaf Green)None
    FireRed/LeafGreenEvolve from Ivysaur.None
    Colosseum/XDTrade (from FireRed or LeafGreen)None

    Generation IV

    GameLocationNumber in Game
    Diamond/Pearl (Platinum)Pal Park (Field) or Trade from HeartGold/SoulSilverNone
    HeartGold/SoulSilverEvolve from Ivysaur.None

    Generation V

    GameLocationNumber in Game
    Black/WhitePokéshifter or Dream WorldNone

    Side-Game Locations

    GameLocation
    Pokémon PinballEvolve Ivysaur
    Pokémon Trozei!Secret Storage 3 Area Trozei Battle "Mr. Who's Den"
    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon
    Red/Blue Rescue Team
    Western Cave (50F-59F)
    Pokémon RangerLyra Forest
    Pokémon Ranger:
    Guardian Signs
    Dark Temple
    Odd Temple
    Latolato Trail
    Pokémon RumbleDark Forest
    PokéPark Wii:
    Pikachu's Adventure
    Meadow Zone

    Pokédex Entries

    Generation I

    • Red/Blue:

      'The plant blooms when it is absorbing solar energy, prompting the Venusaur to keep moving in search of sunlight.'

    • Yellow:

      'The flower on its back catches the sun's rays. The sunlight is then absorbed and used for energy.'

    Generation II

    • Gold:

      'By spreading the broad petals of its flower and catching the sun's rays, it fills its body with power.'

    • Silver:

      'It is able to convert sunlight into energy. As a result, it is more powerful in the summertime.'

    • Crystal:

      'As it warms itself and absorbs the sunlight, its flower petals release a pleasant fragrance.'

    Generation III

    • Ruby/Sapphire:

      'There is a large flower on Venusaur's back. The flower is said to take on vivid colors if it gets plenty of nutrition and sunlight. The flower's aroma soothes the emotions of people.'

    • Emerald:

      'Venusaur's flower is said to take on vivid colors if it gets plenty of nutrition and sunlight. The flower's aroma soothes the emotions of people. '

    Generation IV

    • Diamond/Pearl (Platinum):

      'After a rainy day, the flower on its back smells stronger. The scent attracts other Pokémon.'

    • HeartGold:

      'By spreading the broad petals of its flower and catching the sun's rays, it fills its body with power.'

    • SoulSIlver:

      'It is able to convert sunlight into energy. As a result, it is more powerful in the summertime.'

    Generation V

    After a rainy day, the flower on its back smells stronger. The scent attracts other Pokémon.

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