hitmontop

n°237

fighting

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

normal
ice
rock
dark
steel

Weak Against:

flying
psychic
fairy

Base Stats:

95

Atk

50

HP

95

Def

35

SpA

95

SpD

70

Spe

Abilities:

Intimidate
Technician
Steadfast

hitmontop

n°237

fighting

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

normal
ice
rock
dark
steel

Weak Against:

flying
psychic
fairy

Base Stats:

95

Atk

50

HP

95

Def

35

SpA

95

SpD

70

Spe

Abilities:

Intimidate

When this Pokémon enters battle, the opponent's Attack is lowered by one stage. In a double battle, both opponents are affected. This ability also takes effect when acquired during a battle, but will not take effect again if lost and reobtained without leaving battle. This ability has no effect on an opponent that has a substitute. Overworld: If the first Pokémon in the party has this ability, any random encounter with a Pokémon five or more levels lower than it has a 50% chance of being skipped.

Technician

This Pokémon's moves have 1.5× their power if their base power is 60 or less. This includes moves of variable power, such as hidden power and magnitude, when their power is 60 or less. helping hand's power boost is taken into account for any move, as is defense curl's power boost for rollout.

Steadfast

Whenever this Pokémon flinches, its Speed rises one stage.

hitmontop

n°237

fighting

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

normal
ice
rock
dark
steel

Weak Against:

flying
psychic
fairy

Base Stats:

95

Atk

50

HP

95

Def

35

SpA

95

SpD

70

Spe

Abilities:

Intimidate

When this Pokémon enters battle, the opponent's Attack is lowered by one stage. In a double battle, both opponents are affected. This ability also takes effect when acquired during a battle, but will not take effect again if lost and reobtained without leaving battle. This ability has no effect on an opponent that has a substitute. Overworld: If the first Pokémon in the party has this ability, any random encounter with a Pokémon five or more levels lower than it has a 50% chance of being skipped.

Technician

This Pokémon's moves have 1.5× their power if their base power is 60 or less. This includes moves of variable power, such as hidden power and magnitude, when their power is 60 or less. helping hand's power boost is taken into account for any move, as is defense curl's power boost for rollout.

Steadfast

Whenever this Pokémon flinches, its Speed rises one stage.

hitmontop

n°237

fighting

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

normal
ice
rock
dark
steel

Weak Against:

flying
psychic
fairy

Base Stats:

95

Atk

50

HP

95

Def

35

SpA

95

SpD

70

Spe

Abilities:

Intimidate
Technician
Steadfast

Description:

Hitmontop is a Generation II Pokémon, listed as number 237 in the Pokémon National Pokédex. It falls under the Fighting type category and is known as the Handstand Pokémon. Physically, Hitmontop is a humanoid creature with a round, spherical blue-green body. It has a brown cap-like feature on the top of its head, with a rounded tip, similar to a spinning top, from which its name is derived. It has beady, white eyes with small black pupils and a single sharp tooth protruding from its mouth. Its arms end in white gloves, while its feet are brown, displaying excellent balance with its trident-like toes. When it comes to evolutions, Hitmontop evolves from Tyrogue starting at level 20 when Tyrogue's Attack and Defense are equal. It is one of the three final forms of Tyrogue; the others being Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. Hitmontop's main abilities are Intimidate, Technician, or Steadfast with hidden abilities. In battle, Hitmontop is particularly known for its spinning movements, which is a central part of its attack strategy. It is able to spin on its head and kick opponents with capoeira-like movements. This spinning action gives it a unique attacking and defensive style. It has good overall stats with somewhat higher Defense and Special Defense and is often seen as a balanced choice for trainers who need a fighting type Pokémon in their team.

FAQ:

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What type of Pokemon is hitmontop ?

hitmontop is a fighting type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #237 ?

hitmontop is the Pokemon

Description:

Hitmontop is a Generation II Pokémon, listed as number 237 in the Pokémon National Pokédex. It falls under the Fighting type category and is known as the Handstand Pokémon. Physically, Hitmontop is a humanoid creature with a round, spherical blue-green body. It has a brown cap-like feature on the top of its head, with a rounded tip, similar to a spinning top, from which its name is derived. It has beady, white eyes with small black pupils and a single sharp tooth protruding from its mouth. Its arms end in white gloves, while its feet are brown, displaying excellent balance with its trident-like toes. When it comes to evolutions, Hitmontop evolves from Tyrogue starting at level 20 when Tyrogue's Attack and Defense are equal. It is one of the three final forms of Tyrogue; the others being Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. Hitmontop's main abilities are Intimidate, Technician, or Steadfast with hidden abilities. In battle, Hitmontop is particularly known for its spinning movements, which is a central part of its attack strategy. It is able to spin on its head and kick opponents with capoeira-like movements. This spinning action gives it a unique attacking and defensive style. It has good overall stats with somewhat higher Defense and Special Defense and is often seen as a balanced choice for trainers who need a fighting type Pokémon in their team.

FAQ:

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What type of Pokemon is hitmontop ?

hitmontop is a fighting type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #237 ?

hitmontop is the Pokemon

Description:

Hitmontop is a Generation II Pokémon, listed as number 237 in the Pokémon National Pokédex. It falls under the Fighting type category and is known as the Handstand Pokémon. Physically, Hitmontop is a humanoid creature with a round, spherical blue-green body. It has a brown cap-like feature on the top of its head, with a rounded tip, similar to a spinning top, from which its name is derived. It has beady, white eyes with small black pupils and a single sharp tooth protruding from its mouth. Its arms end in white gloves, while its feet are brown, displaying excellent balance with its trident-like toes. When it comes to evolutions, Hitmontop evolves from Tyrogue starting at level 20 when Tyrogue's Attack and Defense are equal. It is one of the three final forms of Tyrogue; the others being Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. Hitmontop's main abilities are Intimidate, Technician, or Steadfast with hidden abilities. In battle, Hitmontop is particularly known for its spinning movements, which is a central part of its attack strategy. It is able to spin on its head and kick opponents with capoeira-like movements. This spinning action gives it a unique attacking and defensive style. It has good overall stats with somewhat higher Defense and Special Defense and is often seen as a balanced choice for trainers who need a fighting type Pokémon in their team.

FAQ:

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What type of Pokemon is hitmontop ?

hitmontop is a fighting type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #237 ?

hitmontop is the Pokemon

Description:

Hitmontop is a Generation II Pokémon, listed as number 237 in the Pokémon National Pokédex. It falls under the Fighting type category and is known as the Handstand Pokémon. Physically, Hitmontop is a humanoid creature with a round, spherical blue-green body. It has a brown cap-like feature on the top of its head, with a rounded tip, similar to a spinning top, from which its name is derived. It has beady, white eyes with small black pupils and a single sharp tooth protruding from its mouth. Its arms end in white gloves, while its feet are brown, displaying excellent balance with its trident-like toes. When it comes to evolutions, Hitmontop evolves from Tyrogue starting at level 20 when Tyrogue's Attack and Defense are equal. It is one of the three final forms of Tyrogue; the others being Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. Hitmontop's main abilities are Intimidate, Technician, or Steadfast with hidden abilities. In battle, Hitmontop is particularly known for its spinning movements, which is a central part of its attack strategy. It is able to spin on its head and kick opponents with capoeira-like movements. This spinning action gives it a unique attacking and defensive style. It has good overall stats with somewhat higher Defense and Special Defense and is often seen as a balanced choice for trainers who need a fighting type Pokémon in their team.

FAQ:

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What is hitmontop weak to?

hitmontop is weak to flying , psychic , fairy

What type of Pokemon is hitmontop ?

hitmontop is a fighting type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #237 ?

hitmontop is the Pokemon