Vileplume • Generation VIII Pokédex

Vileplume
Pokédex Page for Vileplume

This is the Marriland Pokédex page for Vileplume, showing its information and moves in Pokémon Sword & Shield as well as Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.

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Vileplume

Vileplume
Sprite of Vileplume in Pokémon HOME

Vileplume's Type

GRASS
POISON

Vileplume's Pokédex #s

National #
45
Galar #
57
Armor #
--
Crown #
--

Vileplume's Base Stats

HP:
75
Attack:
80
Defense:
85
Sp. Atk:
110
Sp. Def:
90
Speed:
50
Total:
490

Misc. Info

Height:
3'11" (1.2m)
Weight:
41 lbs. (18.6 kg)
Gender Ratio:
Egg Groups:
Grass
EXP At Lv. 100:
1,059,680
EV Yield:
3 Sp. Atk
Base EXP:
221
Catch Rate:
45
Base Happiness:
70

Vileplume's Abilities

Here are what abilities Vileplume can possibly have, along with their effects.
Chlorophyll
Doubles Vileplume's Speed while the weather is Sunny.
Effect Spore
30% chance of inflicting the attacker with paralysis, poison, or sleep when Vileplume is damaged by a contact move.

Weaknesses & Resistances

Below is a list of what Vileplume's weakness and resistance is to various types.
FIRE
ICE
FLYING
PSYCHIC
½
WATER
ELECTRIC
FIGHTING
FAIRY
¼
GRASS

Vileplume's Evolution Line

Below you'll find a list of all Pokémon Vileplume evolves from or into, along with its evolution method.
Oddish
Oddish
starting form
Gloom
Gloom
at level 21
Vileplume
Vileplume
use Leaf Stone
Bellossom
Bellossom
use Sun Stone

Vileplume's Alternate Forms

Gender Differences

Male ♂
Vileplume (Male)
Female ♀
Vileplume (Female)

Vileplume's Moves in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl

Below is a list of all of the moves that Vileplume can learn, along with what level it learns the move, the TM or TR number, and what egg moves it can learn, if any. Hover over a move (desktop/laptop) or click the ? button next to the move (mobile/tablet) to find out more about the move.

Level Up Moves

Here are all of the moves Vileplume learns via level up. Anything marked "Evo." means it learns it upon evolving. If the level is 1, it can be relearned at a Pokémon Center.
Lv. Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
Evo.
Petal Blizzard
Damages all nearby Pokémon.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
90 100% 15 All But Self
1
Petal Blizzard
Damages all nearby Pokémon.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
90 100% 15 All But Self
1
Aromatherapy
Heals all major status conditions for your entire party.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 5 All Allies
1
Mega Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
40 100% 15 One Target
1
Poison Powder
Poisons the target.
POISON
STATUS
-- 75% 35 One Target
1
Stun Spore
Paralyzes the target.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 75% 30 One Target
1
Sleep Powder
Puts the target to sleep.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 75% 15 One Target
1
Giga Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
75 100% 10 One Target
1
Toxic
Badly poisons the target. 100% accuracy if used by a Poison-type Pokémon.
POISON
STATUS
-- 90% 10 One Target
1
Moonblast
30% chance of lowering the target's Sp. Atk by one stage.
FAIRY
SPECIAL
95 100% 15 One Target
1
Grassy Terrain
Activates Grassy Terrain for 5 turns, which heals non-airborne Pokémon for 1/16 max HP each turn and powers up Grass-type moves by 50%.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 10 Entire Field
1
Moonlight
Heals 1/2 of Vileplume's max HP. 1/4 in bad weather or 2/3 while sunny.
FAIRY
STATUS
-- -- 5 User
1
Petal Dance
Confuses Vileplume after 2–3 turns.
GRASS
SPECIAL
120 100% 10 Random Enemy
1
Absorb
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
20 100% 25 One Target
1
Growth
Raises Vileplume's Attack and Special Attack by one stage, or two stages if the weather is sunny.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
1
Acid
10% chance of lowering all nearby enemies' Sp. Def by one stage.
POISON
SPECIAL
40 100% 30 Nearby Enemies
1
Sweet Scent
Lowers all nearby enemies' Evasion by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 Nearby Enemies

TM Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn via TM (Technical Machine). These moves can be taught an unlimited number of times once the TM is obtained.
TM Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
TM08
Hyper Beam
Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).
NORMAL
SPECIAL
150 90% 5 One Target
TM09
Giga Impact
Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
150 90% 5 One Target
TM11
Solar Beam
Charges for a turn, attacks on the second turn. No charge time in the sun; half damage in the rain.
GRASS
SPECIAL
120 100% 10 One Target
TM19
Safeguard
Protects your team from status conditions for the next 5 turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 25 User's Field
TM21
Rest
Vileplume restores its HP to full and falls asleep for two turns.
PSYCHIC
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM24
Snore
Can only be used while asleep. 30% chance of making the target flinch.
NORMAL
SPECIAL
50 100% 15 One Target
TM25
Protect
Protects Vileplume from attacks for a turn. Low chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM28
Giga Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
75 100% 10 One Target
TM29
Charm
Lowers the target's Attack by two stages.
FAIRY
STATUS
-- 100% 20 One Target
TM31
Attract
Infatuates Pokémon of the opposite gender.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 15 One Target
TM34
Sunny Day
Changes the weather to sunny for 5 turns.
FIRE
STATUS
-- -- 5 Entire Field
TM39
Facade
Does double damage if Vileplume is poisoned, burned, or paralyzed.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
70 100% 20 One Target
TM50
Bullet Seed
Hits the target two to five times in a row.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
25 100% 30 One Target
TM59
Fling
Throws Vileplume's held item. Type and power depend on the item.
DARK
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 10 One Target
TM63
Drain Punch
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
75 100% 10 One Target
TM74
Venoshock
Damage is doubled if the target is already poisoned.
POISON
SPECIAL
65 100% 10 One Target
TM76
Round
Deals double damage if Round has already been used and causes any other Pokémon using Round to use it immediately afterward.
NORMAL
SPECIAL
60 100% 15 One Target
TM88
Grassy Terrain
Activates Grassy Terrain for 5 turns, which heals non-airborne Pokémon for 1/16 max HP each turn and powers up Grass-type moves by 50%.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 10 Entire Field

TR Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn via TR (Technical Record). These moves can be taught only once per TR, but TRs can be obtained in the Wild Area and other locations.
TR Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
TR00
Swords Dance
Raises Vileplume's Attack by two stages.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
TR01
Body Slam
Has a 30% chance to paralyze the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
85 100% 15 One Target
TR20
Substitute
Costs 25% of Vileplume's max HP. Sets up a Substitute to block effects and damage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TR22
Sludge Bomb
Has a 30% chance to poison the target.
POISON
SPECIAL
90 100% 10 One Target
TR26
Endure
Will survive any hit with at least 1 HP left this turn. 50% chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TR27
Sleep Talk
Can only be used while asleep. Uses one of Vileplume's moves at random.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TR59
Seed Bomb
Damages the target.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
80 100% 15 One Target
TR65
Energy Ball
10% chance of lowering the target's Sp. Def by one stage.
GRASS
SPECIAL
90 100% 10 One Target
TR77
Grass Knot
Does more damage depending on how heavy the target is.
GRASS
SPECIAL
varies 100% 20 One Target
TR78
Sludge Wave
Has a 10% chance to poison all nearby Pokémon.
POISON
SPECIAL
95 100% 10 All But Self
TR92
Dazzling Gleam
Damages all nearby enemies.
FAIRY
SPECIAL
80 100% 10 Nearby Enemies
TR96
Pollen Puff
If targeting an ally, heals the ally for 50% of its max HP instead of doing damage.
BUG
SPECIAL
90 100% 15 One Target

Egg Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn as Egg Moves. In the case of evolved Pokémon, it shows what Egg Moves it can learn in its lowest evolutionary stage. Click the word EGG to find compatible breeding Pokémon to get that Egg Move onto Vileplume.
Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
EGG
Razor Leaf
Has a higher critical hit rate. (+1 stage.)
GRASS
PHYSICAL
55 95% 25 Nearby Enemies
EGG
Flail
Does more damage when Vileplume's HP is low.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 15 One Target
EGG
Synthesis
Heals 1/2 of Vileplume's max HP. 1/4 in bad weather or 2/3 while sunny.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 5 User
EGG
Ingrain
Heals Vileplume by 1/16 its max HP each turn and it can't switch out or be forced out.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
EGG
Tickle
Lowers the target's Attack and Defense by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 One Target
EGG
Teeter Dance
Confuses all other Pokémon on the field.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 All But Self
EGG
Nature Power
Changes to a different move based on the battle terrain.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 One Target
EGG
After You
If the target hasn't already acted this turn, causes the target to act immediately after Vileplume.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 15 One Target
EGG
Strength Sap
Heals Vileplume equal to the target's Attack stat, then lowers the target's Attack by one stage.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 100% 10 One Target
EGG
Leech Seed
Leeches the target by 1/8 its max HP each turn and heals Vileplume by that much.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 90% 10 One Target

Move Tutor Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn from Move Tutors. Most of these require the Expansion Pass and can be found in the Isle of Armor's Dojo, costing some Armorite Ore to teach. However, there are a few moves that can be taught aside from this.
Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
TUTOR
Grassy Glide
If Grassy Terrain is active, Grassy Glide has +1 priority.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
70 100% 20 One Target
TUTOR
Corrosive Gas
Removes any held item the target is holding.
POISON
STATUS
-- 100% 40 One Target

Level Up Moves

Here are all of the moves Vileplume learns via level up. Anything marked "Evo." means it learns it upon evolving. If the level is 1, it can be relearned at a Pokémon Center.
Lv. Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
Evo.
Petal Blizzard
Damages all nearby Pokémon.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
90 100% 15 All But Self
1
Petal Blizzard
Damages all nearby Pokémon.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
90 100% 15 All But Self
1
Aromatherapy
Heals all major status conditions for your entire party.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 5 All Allies
1
Mega Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
40 100% 15 One Target
1
Poison Powder
Poisons the target.
POISON
STATUS
-- 75% 35 One Target
1
Stun Spore
Paralyzes the target.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 75% 30 One Target
1
Sleep Powder
Puts the target to sleep.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 75% 15 One Target
1
Giga Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
75 100% 10 One Target
1
Toxic
Badly poisons the target. 100% accuracy if used by a Poison-type Pokémon.
POISON
STATUS
-- 90% 10 One Target
1
Moonblast
30% chance of lowering the target's Sp. Atk by one stage.
FAIRY
SPECIAL
95 100% 15 One Target
1
Grassy Terrain
Activates Grassy Terrain for 5 turns, which heals non-airborne Pokémon for 1/16 max HP each turn and powers up Grass-type moves by 50%.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 10 Entire Field
1
Moonlight
Heals 1/2 of Vileplume's max HP. 1/4 in bad weather or 2/3 while sunny.
FAIRY
STATUS
-- -- 5 User
1
Petal Dance
Confuses Vileplume after 2–3 turns.
GRASS
SPECIAL
120 100% 10 Random Enemy
1
Absorb
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
20 100% 25 One Target
1
Growth
Raises Vileplume's Attack and Special Attack by one stage, or two stages if the weather is sunny.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
1
Acid
10% chance of lowering all nearby enemies' Sp. Def by one stage.
POISON
SPECIAL
40 100% 30 Nearby Enemies
1
Sweet Scent
Lowers all nearby enemies' Evasion by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 Nearby Enemies

TM Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn via TM (Technical Machine). These moves can be taught once per use of the TM.
TM Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
TM06
Toxic
Badly poisons the target. 100% accuracy if used by a Poison-type Pokémon.
POISON
STATUS
-- 90% 10 One Target
TM09
Bullet Seed
Hits the target two to five times in a row.
GRASS
PHYSICAL
25 100% 30 One Target
TM11
Sunny Day
Changes the weather to sunny for 5 turns.
FIRE
STATUS
-- -- 5 Entire Field
TM15
Hyper Beam
Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).
NORMAL
SPECIAL
150 90% 5 One Target
TM17
Protect
Protects Vileplume from attacks for a turn. Low chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM19
Giga Drain
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
GRASS
SPECIAL
75 100% 10 One Target
TM20
Safeguard
Protects your team from status conditions for the next 5 turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 25 User's Field
TM21
Dazzling Gleam
Damages all nearby enemies.
FAIRY
SPECIAL
80 100% 10 Nearby Enemies
TM22
Solar Beam
Charges for a turn, attacks on the second turn. No charge time in the sun; half damage in the rain.
GRASS
SPECIAL
120 100% 10 One Target
TM32
Double Team
Raises Vileplume's Evasion by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 15 User
TM36
Sludge Bomb
Has a 30% chance to poison the target.
POISON
SPECIAL
90 100% 10 One Target
TM42
Facade
Does double damage if Vileplume is poisoned, burned, or paralyzed.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
70 100% 20 One Target
TM44
Rest
Vileplume restores its HP to full and falls asleep for two turns.
PSYCHIC
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM45
Attract
Infatuates Pokémon of the opposite gender.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 15 One Target
TM53
Energy Ball
10% chance of lowering the target's Sp. Def by one stage.
GRASS
SPECIAL
90 100% 10 One Target
TM56
Fling
Throws Vileplume's held item. Type and power depend on the item.
DARK
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 10 One Target
TM58
Endure
Will survive any hit with at least 1 HP left this turn. 50% chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM60
Drain Punch
Heals Vileplume by half the damage dealt.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
75 100% 10 One Target
TM68
Giga Impact
Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
150 90% 5 One Target
TM70
Flash
Lowers the target's Accuracy by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 One Target
TM75
Swords Dance
Raises Vileplume's Attack by two stages.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
TM82
Sleep Talk
Can only be used while asleep. Uses one of Vileplume's moves at random.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM86
Grass Knot
Does more damage depending on how heavy the target is.
GRASS
SPECIAL
varies 100% 20 One Target
TM87
Swagger
Raises the target's Attack by two stages and confuses it.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 85% 15 One Target
TM90
Substitute
Costs 25% of Vileplume's max HP. Sets up a Substitute to block effects and damage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM93
Cut
Damages the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
50 95% 30 One Target

Egg Moves

Here are all of the moves that Vileplume can learn as Egg Moves. In the case of evolved Pokémon, it shows what Egg Moves it can learn in its lowest evolutionary stage. Click the word EGG to find compatible breeding Pokémon to get that Egg Move onto Vileplume.
Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
EGG
Razor Leaf
Has a higher critical hit rate. (+1 stage.)
GRASS
PHYSICAL
55 95% 25 Nearby Enemies
EGG
Flail
Does more damage when Vileplume's HP is low.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 15 One Target
EGG
Synthesis
Heals 1/2 of Vileplume's max HP. 1/4 in bad weather or 2/3 while sunny.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 5 User
EGG
Ingrain
Heals Vileplume by 1/16 its max HP each turn and it can't switch out or be forced out.
GRASS
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
EGG
Tickle
Lowers the target's Attack and Defense by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 One Target
EGG
Teeter Dance
Confuses all other Pokémon on the field.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 20 All But Self
EGG
Nature Power
Changes to a different move based on the battle terrain.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 20 One Target
EGG
After You
If the target hasn't already acted this turn, causes the target to act immediately after Vileplume.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 15 One Target
EGG
Strength Sap
Heals Vileplume equal to the target's Attack stat, then lowers the target's Attack by one stage.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 100% 10 One Target
EGG
Leech Seed
Leeches the target by 1/8 its max HP each turn and heals Vileplume by that much.
GRASS
STATUS
-- 90% 10 One Target
EGG
Charm
Lowers the target's Attack by two stages.
FAIRY
STATUS
-- 100% 20 One Target

Vileplume's Detailed Stats

Below you'll find a more detailed table containing Vileplume's calculated stats, which are the stats that you actually see displayed in game. These are affected by a variety of things, such as level, Effort Values (EVs), Individual Values (IVs), and Vileplume's Nature.

By default, the stats you see in the table below show four different possibilities, all assuming Vileplume is level 100: its stats with 0 EVs, 252+ (max) EVs, 0 IVs, and 31 (max) IVs. Nature is not shown by default, so its maximum is 10% higher than shown here, and minium 10% lower.
Stats at
level 100
0 EVs 252+ EVs Base Stat
Min Max Min Max
HP
260 291 323 354 75
Attack
165 196 228 259 80
Defense
175 206 238 269 85
Sp. Atk
225 256 288 319 110
Sp. Def
185 216 248 279 90
Speed
105 136 168 199 50
Total
490

Where to Find Vileplume in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl

If you're looking for where to find Vileplume, you'll find the various methods listed down below, along with any notes or special locations. This should help you figure out how to get Vileplume in Pokémon Sword & Shield. (Currently this does not show most "strong" static encounters or Max Raid Battles.)

Special Ways to Get Vileplume

Catchable during Dynamax Adventures in Crown Tundra (DLC), level 65.

Getting Vileplume By Evolution

Evolves from Gloom by using a Leaf Stone Leaf Stone on it.
Location information on where to find Vileplume in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl will be coming to the Marriland Pokédex in a future update! Thank you for your patience!

Pokédex Entries for Vileplume

Generation 8 Pokédex Entries

Sword
It has the world's largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
Shield
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.

Generation 6 Pokédex Entries

X
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.
Y
It has the world's largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
Omega Ruby
Vileplume's toxic pollen triggers atrocious allergy attacks. That's why it is advisable never to approach any attractive flowers in a jungle, however pretty they may be.
Alpha Sapphire
Vileplume has the world's largest petals. They are used to attract prey that are then doused with toxic spores. Once the prey are immobilized, this Pokémon catches and devours them.

Generation 5 Pokédex Entries

Black White Black 2 White 2
Its petals are the largest in the world. As it walks, it scatters extremely allergenic pollen.

Generation 4 Pokédex Entries

Diamond Pearl Platinum
Its petals are the largest in the world. As it walks, it scatters extremely allergenic pollen.
HeartGold
It has the world's largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
SoulSilver
The bud bursts into bloom with a bang. It then starts scattering allergenic, poisonous pollen.

Generation 3 Pokédex Entries

Ruby
VILEPLUME's toxic pollen triggers atrocious allergy attacks. That's why it is advisable never to approach any attractive flowers in a jungle, however pretty they may be.
Sapphire
VILEPLUME has the world's largest petals. They are used to attract prey that are then doused with toxic spores. Once the prey are immobilized, this POKéMON catches and devours them.
Emerald
In seasons when it produces more pollen, the air around a VILEPLUME turns yellow with the powder as it walks. The pollen is highly toxic and causes paralysis.
FireRed
Its petals are the largest in the world. It fiendishly scatters allergy-causing pollen from its petals.
LeafGreen
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.

Generation 2 Pokédex Entries

Gold
It has the world's largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
Silver
The bud bursts into bloom with a bang. It then starts scattering allergenic, poi­sonous pollen.
Crystal
By shaking its big petals, it scat­ters toxic pollen into the air, turning the air yellow.

Generation 1 Pokédex Entries

Red Blue
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.
Yellow
Flaps its broad flower petals to scatter its poisonous pollen. The flapping sound is very loud.
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