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 Pidgeot   #018 #019  -  Rattata #020    Raticate



#019   19Icon.pngRattata
19Rattata.png

Type(s)

Normal

Generation

  I  

Abilities

Ability 1
Run Away
Ability 2
Guts
Hidden Ability
Hustle

Rarity Tier

  1  

Catch rate

  255/255 (33.33%)  

Base stats

HP
30

Attack
56

Defense
35

Special Attack
25

Special Defense
35

Speed
72

Base-stat total: 253
EV Yield

HP
0

Attack
0

Defense
0

Special Attack
0

Special Defense
0

Speed
1

EV-yield total: 1

Base Experience

  57  

Gender Ratio

    50%     50%    

Height

  0.3m  

Weight

  3.5kg  


Rattata is a Normal-type Pokémon.

It evolves into Raticate as early as level 20.


Obtainability

Wild

Potentially appearing in over 50 areas and being of tier-1 rarity in all of them—the one outlier where it is one peg up in tier-2 rarity—Rattata is widely considered the most ubiquitous land-oriented spawn in the game.





RegionLocationLevelsTimesHeld ItemRarity Tier
Johto Amazon Forest Entrance 10-14 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Bell Tower 14-17 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Burned Tower Floor 2 13-17 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Burned Tower Top Floor 14-18 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Cinnabar Mansion 1 33-35 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Cinnabar Mansion 2 33-35 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Cinnabar Mansion 3 33-35 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Cinnabar Mansion B1F 33-35 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Leev Town 20-24 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Mt. Mortar 1F 13-17 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Mt. Mortar B1F 13-17 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Mt. Mortar Lower Cave 13-17 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Mt. Mortar Upper Cave 13-17 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Mt. Pyre 1F 24-29 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Mt. Pyre 2F 24-29 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Mt. Pyre 3F 24-29 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Mt. Pyre 4F 24-29 Morning Day Night 1
Hoenn Mt. Pyre Exterior 24-29 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Mt. Silver Expert Belt 50-54 Morning Day Night 1
Sinnoh Old Chateau 1F 11-14 Morning Day Night 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau Dining Room 11-15 Morning Day Night 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 1F 2R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 1R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 2R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 3R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 4R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Sinnoh Old Chateau 2F 5R 11-14 Morning Day 2
Kanto Pokémon Tower 2F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower 3F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower 4F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower 5F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower 6F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower 7F 21-23 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower Basement Floors 10-14 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Pokémon Tower Underground 12-16 Morning Day Night 1
Orange Islands Pinkan Island Forest 17-23 Night 1
Kanto Rock Tunnel 1 20-24 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Rock Tunnel 2 20-24 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Route 1 2-6 Morning Day Night Rattata Hair 1
Kanto Route 3 5-10 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 4 8-12 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 7 16-20 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 9 13-16 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 11 15-18 Morning Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 16 22-24 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 17 26-32 Day Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 18 22-26 Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 21 25-30 Morning Day Night Oran Berry 1
Kanto Route 22 3-7 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Route 26 25-27 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Route 29 2-4 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Route 32 6-8 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Route 33 7-11 Morning Day Night Leppa Berry 1
Johto Route 34 11-15 Morning Day Night Leppa Berry 1
Sinnoh Route 225 51-55 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Sprout Tower 1F 4-8 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Sprout Tower 2F 4-8 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Sprout Tower 3F 4-8 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Tohjo Falls 22-26 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Trainers Valley 10-12 Morning Day Night 1
Johto Union Cave 1F 6-10 Morning Day Night 1
Kanto Viridian Forest 4-8 Morning Day 1

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


Headbutt Trees

Headbuttable Tree.png
Region Location LevelsRarity Tier
Kanto Pallet Town 3-7 Common
Kanto Route 1 3-7 Common
Kanto Route 2 6-9 Common
Kanto Route 4 8-13 Common
Kanto Route 7 18-24 Common
Kanto Route 11 14-19 Common
Kanto Route 13 27-32 Common
Kanto Route 15 30-34 Common
   Pink-colored areas denote that this area or inhabiting Pokémon is strictly membership-accessible.

NPCs

Upon defeating the Youngster Joey boss, he will reward you a guaranteedly shiny Rattata; this is one of the few-known sources of a 100%-rate shiny in the game and it is a compulsory boss battle for advancing to Hoenn, thereby proliferating Rattata as one of the most widely owned shiny-counterpart Pokémon in the game. Since Youngster Joey disappears permanently upon defeating him, this is strictly a one-off reward.

Rattata is also one out of many assignable Pokémon in Kanto's iteration of the Daily Challenges system; by virtue of that, this is one of the guaranteedly shiny Pokémon that may be potentially rewarded for every 50-divisible task.

Moves

Level-up

Level Moves Type Category Base Power Accuracy PP
Tail WhipNormal Status10030
TackleNormal Physical5010035
4Quick AttackNormal Physical4010030
7Focus EnergyNormal Status30
10BiteDark Physical6010025
13PursuitDark Physical4010020
16Hyper FangNormal Physical809015
19Sucker PunchDark Physical801005
22CrunchDark Physical8010015
25AssuranceDark Physical6010010
28Super FangNormal Physical9010
31Double-EdgeNormal Physical12010015
34EndeavorNormal Physical1005

  • 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.


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-Water.png TM11 Bubblebeam Water Special 65 100 20
TM-Water.png TM12 Water Gun Water Special 40 100 25
TM-Ice.png TM13 Ice Beam Ice Special 95 100 10
TM-Ice.png TM14 Blizzard Ice Special 110 70 5
TM-Electric.png TM24 Thunderbolt Electric Special 90 100 15
TM-Electric.png TM25 Thunder Electric Special 110 70 10
TM-Ground.png TM28 Dig Ground Physical 80 100 10
TM-Normal.png TM34 Bide Normal Physical 10
TM-Normal.png TM39 Swift Normal Special 60 20
TM-Normal.png TM40 Skull Bash Normal Physical 100 100 15
TM-Psychic.png TM44 Rest Psychic Status 10
TM-Electric.png TM45 Thunder Wave Electric Status 100 20
TM-Normal.png TM60 Hidden Power Normal Special 60 100 15
TM-Fire.png TM61 Sunny Day Fire Status 5
TM-Dark.png TM62 Taunt Dark Status 100 20
TM-Normal.png TM67 Protect Normal Status 10
TM-Water.png TM68 Rain Dance Water Status 5
TM-Normal.png TM75 Swords Dance Normal Status 30
TM-Ghost.png TM80 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 80 100 15
TM-Normal.png TM92 Facade Normal Physical 70 100 20
TM-Dark.png TM96 Thief Dark Physical 60 100 25
TM-Fighting.png TM114 Rock Smash Fighting Physical 40 100 15
TM-Normal.png TM138 Sleep Talk Normal Status 10
TM-Bug.png TM139 U-Turn Bug Physical 70 100 20
TM-Normal.png HM01 Cut Normal Physical 50 95 30

  • 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
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
Counter Fighting Physical 100 20
Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100 15
Covet Normal Physical 60 100 25
Endeavor Normal Physical 100 5
Headbutt Normal Physical 70 100 15
Icy Wind Ice Special 55 95 15
Iron Tail Steel Physical 100 75 15
Shock Wave Electric Special 60 20
Sucker Punch Dark Physical 80 100 5
Super Fang Normal Physical 90 10
Swagger Normal Status 90 15
Swift Normal Special 60 20
Thunder Wave Electric Status 100 20
Zen Headbutt Psychic Physical 80 90 15

  • 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
Bite Dark Physical 60 100 25
Counter Fighting Physical 100 20
Final Gambit Fighting Special 100 5
Flame Wheel Fire Physical 60 100 25
Fury Swipes Normal Physical 18 80 15
Last Resort Normal Physical 140 100 5
Me First Normal Status 20
Revenge Fighting Physical 60 100 10
Reversal Fighting Physical 100 15
Screech Normal Status 85 40
Uproar Normal Special 90 100 10

  • 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


Leveling Chart

This is a tabulated leveling chart of the amount of experience Rattata requires to advance per level, as well as a comparative overview of how much less experience is needed to level up at the same levels than its evolution would require; this helps you cross-compare how much experience you can save training if you were to evolve Rattata at a later level.

Special Counterparts

Main article: Pokémon Counterparts

External Links