caterpie

n°10

Bug

Generation n°

1

Strong Against:

grass
psychic
dark

Weak Against:

fire
flying
rock

Base Stats:

30

Atk

45

HP

35

Def

20

SpA

35

SpD

45

Spe

Abilities:

Shield-dust
Run-away

caterpie

n°10

Bug

Generation n°

1

Strong Against:

grass
psychic
dark

Weak Against:

fire
flying
rock

Base Stats:

30

Atk

45

HP

35

Def

20

SpA

35

SpD

45

Spe

Abilities:

Shield-dust

This Pokémon is immune to the extra effects of moves used against it. An extra effect is a move's chance, listed as an "effect chance", to inflict a status ailment, cause a stat change, or make the target flinch in addition to the move's main effect. For example, thunder shock's paralysis is an extra effect, but thunder wave's is not, nor are knock off's item removal and air cutter's increased critical hit rate.

Run-away

This Pokémon is always successful fleeing from wild battles, even if trapped by a move or ability.

caterpie

n°10

Bug

Generation n°

1

Strong Against:

grass
psychic
dark

Weak Against:

fire
flying
rock

Base Stats:

30

Atk

45

HP

35

Def

20

SpA

35

SpD

45

Spe

Abilities:

Shield-dust

This Pokémon is immune to the extra effects of moves used against it. An extra effect is a move's chance, listed as an "effect chance", to inflict a status ailment, cause a stat change, or make the target flinch in addition to the move's main effect. For example, thunder shock's paralysis is an extra effect, but thunder wave's is not, nor are knock off's item removal and air cutter's increased critical hit rate.

Run-away

This Pokémon is always successful fleeing from wild battles, even if trapped by a move or ability.

caterpie

n°10

Bug

Generation n°

1

Strong Against:

grass
psychic
dark

Weak Against:

fire
flying
rock

Base Stats:

30

Atk

45

HP

35

Def

20

SpA

35

SpD

45

Spe

Abilities:

Shield-dust
Run-away

Description:

Caterpie is a Bug-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It's known as the Worm Pokémon, recognized for its green body and yellow ring-shaped markings. Caterpie's most distinguishing features are its red antennae, known as the osmeterium, used to repel predators with a stinky smell. Caterpie undergoes two evolutions. It first evolves into Metapod once it reaches level 7. Metapod is known for its hard shell which is used for protection during its vulnerable stage of growth. Once Metapod reaches level 10, it evolves into its final form, Butterfree, a Bug/Flying Pokémon, distinguished by its large, beautiful wings. Throughout its evolutionary stages, Caterpie is a remarkable example of metamorphosis within the Pokémon world.

FAQ:

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What type of Pokemon is caterpie ?

caterpie is a bug type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #10 ?

caterpie is the Pokemon

Description:

Caterpie is a Bug-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It's known as the Worm Pokémon, recognized for its green body and yellow ring-shaped markings. Caterpie's most distinguishing features are its red antennae, known as the osmeterium, used to repel predators with a stinky smell. Caterpie undergoes two evolutions. It first evolves into Metapod once it reaches level 7. Metapod is known for its hard shell which is used for protection during its vulnerable stage of growth. Once Metapod reaches level 10, it evolves into its final form, Butterfree, a Bug/Flying Pokémon, distinguished by its large, beautiful wings. Throughout its evolutionary stages, Caterpie is a remarkable example of metamorphosis within the Pokémon world.

FAQ:

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What type of Pokemon is caterpie ?

caterpie is a bug type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #10 ?

caterpie is the Pokemon

Description:

Caterpie is a Bug-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It's known as the Worm Pokémon, recognized for its green body and yellow ring-shaped markings. Caterpie's most distinguishing features are its red antennae, known as the osmeterium, used to repel predators with a stinky smell. Caterpie undergoes two evolutions. It first evolves into Metapod once it reaches level 7. Metapod is known for its hard shell which is used for protection during its vulnerable stage of growth. Once Metapod reaches level 10, it evolves into its final form, Butterfree, a Bug/Flying Pokémon, distinguished by its large, beautiful wings. Throughout its evolutionary stages, Caterpie is a remarkable example of metamorphosis within the Pokémon world.

FAQ:

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What type of Pokemon is caterpie ?

caterpie is a bug type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #10 ?

caterpie is the Pokemon

Description:

Caterpie is a Bug-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It's known as the Worm Pokémon, recognized for its green body and yellow ring-shaped markings. Caterpie's most distinguishing features are its red antennae, known as the osmeterium, used to repel predators with a stinky smell. Caterpie undergoes two evolutions. It first evolves into Metapod once it reaches level 7. Metapod is known for its hard shell which is used for protection during its vulnerable stage of growth. Once Metapod reaches level 10, it evolves into its final form, Butterfree, a Bug/Flying Pokémon, distinguished by its large, beautiful wings. Throughout its evolutionary stages, Caterpie is a remarkable example of metamorphosis within the Pokémon world.

FAQ:

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What is caterpie weak to?

caterpie is weak to fire , flying , rock

What type of Pokemon is caterpie ?

caterpie is a bug type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #10 ?

caterpie is the Pokemon