Venusaur (Japanese: フシギバナ Fushigibana) is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon introduced in Generation I.
Venusaur has the ID number 93 in Pokémon Duel.
|Base Wheel Size||Name||Move Type||Move Effect||Damage|
|32||Sleep Powder||Purple||The battle opponent falls asleep.||☆|
Ability description and explanation:
"Chemical Pollen - When this Pokémon is on the field, all poisoned and noxious Pokémon have MP-1. This effect does not stack"
- Venusaur has become the meta of the poison decks. Along with Crobat, this figure changes how one would approach both the opponent and the playstyle itself. One would be more inclined to cause the opponent to become poisoned or noxious rather than to just go for the knock out. With its Solar Beam and Sleep Powder, Venusaur could do fairly well on its own too, but if you choose to play it outside of a poison deck, watch out for poisonous enemies as its ability will affect your team as well. Chikorita or Petilil could be useful as their ability heals your team when they enter the field.
- Try purple moves when battling Venusaur. X Attack on a chain leveled Zapdos or Rayquaza could also be very useful.
- It is ill-advised to use materials to buy this figure unless it fits your strategy.
- Venusaur does get a bigger miss when burned or paralyzed, but it only looses its weakest attack, so be careful.
- You should focus on Solar Beam when you level up this figure. Sleep Powder could become very useful, but in a poison deck, you wouldn't want it to land a move that can potentially end up healing it from status conditions altogether.
- Venusaur benefits from Tropical Energy. Pokémon Switch and Long Throw is also very useful. Use X Attack for that extra overkill.