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#001  -  Bulbasaur #002    Ivysaur



#001   1Icon.pngBulbasaur
1Bulbasaur.png

Type(s)

GrassPoison

Generation

  I  

Abilities

Ability 1
Overgrow
Hidden Ability
Chlorophyll

Rarity Tier

  9  

Catch rate

  45/255 (5.88%)  

Base stats

HP
45

Attack
49

Defense
49

Special Attack
65

Special Defense
65

Speed
45

Base-stat total: 318
EV Yield

HP
0

Attack
0

Defense
0

Special Attack
1

Special Defense
0

Speed
0

EV-yield total: 1

Base Experience

  64  

Gender Ratio

    50%     50%    

Height

  0.7m  

Weight

  6.9kg  


Bulbasaur is a Grass- and Poison-type Pokémon. It evolves into Ivysaur at level 16, which then evolves into its final-stage form in Venusaur at level 32.

As the Grass-type archetype in Kanto's starter-Pokémon subset, it is one of the nine tri-elemental Starter Pokémon that is currently claimable in Pokémon Revolution Online.


Obtainability

Wild

As a tier-9 rare within the time-limited confines of the Kanto Safari Zone, Bulbasaur is considered the most difficult Kanto starter Pokémon to hunt for.




RegionLocationLevelsTimesHeld ItemRarity Tier
Kanto Safari Area 2 12-14 Morning Day Night 8

Pink-colored areas denote that this area or inhabiting spawn is strictly members-accessible.

NPCs

Starter Pokémon

A free one is claimable if selected as your starter Pokémon in Professor Oaks Lab.

Professor Oak (boss)

Main article: Professor Oak (boss)

Bulbasaur is one out of several eventualities—including other starter Pokémon from Kanto's subset—that can be rewarded upon defeating the Professor Oak boss-battle NPC in his lab.

Daycare quest

Main article: Daycare (task system)

As one out of several treatable Pokémon patients in the daycare-quest system, Bulbasaur is a tier-5 assignable; as such, it is also potentially claimable upon that objective's completion.

If the Pokémon is successfully tended to, it will be catchable in the end, as it will battle you to challenge you to do such. As is the case with all assignable Pokémon in the system, it has a 1/4,096 chance of shininess.

Discontinued Methods

For the starter-clone event, Bulbasaur was also made huntable on Route 3 and Route 16 in order to disperse its hunting field while its coveted clone counterpart was being hunted.

Moves

Level-up

Level Moves Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
TackleNormal Physical5010035
3GrowlNormal Status10040
7Leech SeedGrass Status10010
9Vine WhipGrass Physical4510025
13Poison PowderPoison Status7535
13Sleep PowderGrass Status7515
15Take DownNormal Physical908520
19Razor LeafGrass Physical559525
21Sweet ScentNormal Status10020
25GrowthNormal Status20
27Double-EdgeNormal Physical12010015
31Worry SeedGrass Status10010
33SynthesisGrass Status5
37Seed BombGrass Physical8010015

  • Emboldened moves denote this Pokémon avails from a STAB bonus for it.
  • Italicized moves are broken; see their individual pages for more information.
  • All moves subsumed on this list are relearnable via the Move Relearners if lost.


Via TMs/HMs

TM Moves Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
TM-Poison.png TM06 Toxic Poison Status 90 10
TM-Normal.png TM08 Body Slam Normal Physical 80 100 15
TM-Normal.png TM09 Take Down Normal Physical 90 85 20
TM-Grass.png TM21 Mega Drain Grass Special 40 100 15
TM-Grass.png TM22 Solarbeam Grass Special 120 100 10
TM-Psychic.png TM33 Reflect Psychic Status 20
TM-Normal.png TM34 Bide Normal Physical 10
TM-Psychic.png TM44 Rest Psychic Status 10
TM-Normal.png TM60 Hidden Power Normal Special 60 100 15
TM-Fire.png TM61 Sunny Day Fire Status 5
TM-Psychic.png TM66 Light Screen Psychic Status 30
TM-Normal.png TM67 Protect Normal Status 10
TM-Normal.png TM75 Swords Dance Normal Status 30
TM-Poison.png TM86 Sludge Bomb Poison Special 90 100 10
TM-Normal.png TM92 Facade Normal Physical 70 100 20
TM-Fighting.png TM114 Rock Smash Fighting Physical 40 100 15
TM-Normal.png HM01 Cut Normal Physical 50 95 30
TM-Normal.png HM05 Flash Normal Status 100 20

  • Emboldened moves denote that this Pokémon avails from a STAB bonus for it.
  • Italicized moves are broken; see their individual pages for more information.
  • Refer to TMs and HMs for information on each move's obtainability.


TM-tutors

Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
Bullet Seed Grass Physical 25 100 30
Frustration Normal Physical 100 20

  • Emboldened moves denote that this Pokémon avails from a STAB bonus for it.
  • Italicized moves are broken; see their individual pages for more information.
  • Read to the move tutors article for tutorship information for all moves hereon.


Move tutors

Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100 15
Fury Cutter Bug Physical 40 95 20
Giga Drain Grass Special 75 100 10
Headbutt Normal Physical 70 100 15
Knock Off Dark Physical 65 100 25
Seed Bomb Grass Physical 80 100 15
Swagger Normal Status 90 15
Swords Dance Normal Status 30
Synthesis Grass Status 5

  • Emboldened moves denote that this Pokémon avails from a STAB bonus for it.
  • Italicized moves are broken; see their individual pages for more information.
  • Read to the move tutors article for tutorship information for all moves hereon.


Egg Moves

Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
Amnesia Psychic Status 20
Charm Fairy Status 100 20
Curse Ghost Status 10
Endure Normal Status 10
GrassWhistle Grass Status 55 15
Giga Drain Grass Special 75 100 10
Ingrain Grass Status 20
Leaf Storm Grass Special 130 90 5
Light Screen Psychic Status 30
Magical Leaf Grass Special 60 20
Nature Power Normal Status 20
Petal Dance Grass Special 120 100 10
Power Whip Grass Physical 120 85 10
Skull Bash Normal Physical 100 100 15
Sludge Poison Special 65 100 20

  • Emboldened moves denote that this Pokémon avails from a STAB bonus for it.
  • Italicized moves are broken; see their individual pages for more information.
  • For more information on egg-move-tutors, refer to: Egg Moves.


Type Effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions, this Pokémon is:

 2×  Weak to  1×  Neutral to  ½×  Resistant to  0×  Immune to
None
  • All darkened weakness types have a 4x weakness due to the multiplicative damage-modifiers of both of the Pokémon's type weaknesses.
  • All darkened resistance types have a 1⁄4x resistance due to the multiplicative damage-modifiers of both of the Pokémon's type resistances.


Leveling Chart

This is a tabulated leveling chart of the amount of experience required to advance per level.

This also generates a cross-contrasted leveling chart for Bulbasaur's evolutions in Ivysaur and Venusaur, thereby outputting how much more experience they would need to level up to reach the same level as Bulbasaur; this is helpful for those who want to know the exactitudes of how much experience they'll save by postponing evolutions, as evolved forms tend to require more experience to level up.

Special Counterparts

Main article: Pokémon Counterparts

Bulbasaur coalesced with the rest of the tri-elemental Kanto-starter Pokémon for the starter-clone events to have a specially thematized clone version.

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