nosepass

n°299

rock

Generation n°

3

Strong Against:

fire
ice
flying
Bug

Weak Against:

water
grass
fighting
ground
steel

Base Stats:

45

Atk

30

HP

135

Def

45

SpA

135

SpD

30

Spe

Abilities:

Sturdy
Magnet-pull
Sand-force

nosepass

n°299

rock

Generation n°

3

Strong Against:

fire
ice
flying
Bug

Weak Against:

water
grass
fighting
ground
steel

Base Stats:

45

Atk

30

HP

135

Def

45

SpA

135

SpD

30

Spe

Abilities:

Sturdy

When this Pokémon is at full HP, any hit that would knock it out will instead leave it with 1 HP. Regardless of its current HP, it is also immune to the one-hit KO moves: fissure, guillotine, horn drill, and sheer cold. If this Pokémon is holding a focus sash, this ability takes precedence and the item will not be consumed.

Magnet-pull

While this Pokémon is in battle, opposing steel-type Pokémon cannot flee or switch out. Pokémon with run away can still flee. Pokémon can still switch out with the use of a move or item. Overworld: If the lead Pokémon has this ability, Steel-type Pokémon have a higher encounter rate.

Sand-force

During a sandstorm, this Pokémon's rock-, ground-, and steel-type moves have 1.3× their base power. This Pokémon does not take sandstorm damage, regardless of type.

nosepass

n°299

rock

Generation n°

3

Strong Against:

fire
ice
flying
Bug

Weak Against:

water
grass
fighting
ground
steel

Base Stats:

45

Atk

30

HP

135

Def

45

SpA

135

SpD

30

Spe

Abilities:

Sturdy

When this Pokémon is at full HP, any hit that would knock it out will instead leave it with 1 HP. Regardless of its current HP, it is also immune to the one-hit KO moves: fissure, guillotine, horn drill, and sheer cold. If this Pokémon is holding a focus sash, this ability takes precedence and the item will not be consumed.

Magnet-pull

While this Pokémon is in battle, opposing steel-type Pokémon cannot flee or switch out. Pokémon with run away can still flee. Pokémon can still switch out with the use of a move or item. Overworld: If the lead Pokémon has this ability, Steel-type Pokémon have a higher encounter rate.

Sand-force

During a sandstorm, this Pokémon's rock-, ground-, and steel-type moves have 1.3× their base power. This Pokémon does not take sandstorm damage, regardless of type.

nosepass

n°299

rock

Generation n°

3

Strong Against:

fire
ice
flying
Bug

Weak Against:

water
grass
fighting
ground
steel

Base Stats:

45

Atk

30

HP

135

Def

45

SpA

135

SpD

30

Spe

Abilities:

Sturdy
Magnet-pull
Sand-force

Description:

Nosepass is a Generation III Rock-type Pokémon with the National Dex number 299. This Pokémon is rather unique and recognisable due to its large, protruding nose, which is hard like iron. Mostly blue, its body is partially comprised of magnetite, which allows it to be highly sensitive to the geomagnetic powers of the earth. Nosepass's body emits a strong magnetic force that it uses to navigate and moves at a pace of 3/8 of an inch per year according to the Pokémon's lore. Nosepass has the ability to learn a wide variety of moves. Its abilities include Sturdy or Magnet Pull and Sand Force as its hidden ability. Some of the moves it can learn include Tackle, Harden, Block, Rock Throw, Thunder Wave, and Rock Slide. Nosepass has an evolution, which is Probopass. Probopass is also a Rock-type Pokémon, but gains the additional Steel typing. Nosepass evolves into Probopass when leveled up in a special magnetic field in the games.

FAQ:

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What type of Pokemon is nosepass ?

nosepass is a rock type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #299 ?

nosepass is the Pokemon

Description:

Nosepass is a Generation III Rock-type Pokémon with the National Dex number 299. This Pokémon is rather unique and recognisable due to its large, protruding nose, which is hard like iron. Mostly blue, its body is partially comprised of magnetite, which allows it to be highly sensitive to the geomagnetic powers of the earth. Nosepass's body emits a strong magnetic force that it uses to navigate and moves at a pace of 3/8 of an inch per year according to the Pokémon's lore. Nosepass has the ability to learn a wide variety of moves. Its abilities include Sturdy or Magnet Pull and Sand Force as its hidden ability. Some of the moves it can learn include Tackle, Harden, Block, Rock Throw, Thunder Wave, and Rock Slide. Nosepass has an evolution, which is Probopass. Probopass is also a Rock-type Pokémon, but gains the additional Steel typing. Nosepass evolves into Probopass when leveled up in a special magnetic field in the games.

FAQ:

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What type of Pokemon is nosepass ?

nosepass is a rock type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #299 ?

nosepass is the Pokemon

Description:

Nosepass is a Generation III Rock-type Pokémon with the National Dex number 299. This Pokémon is rather unique and recognisable due to its large, protruding nose, which is hard like iron. Mostly blue, its body is partially comprised of magnetite, which allows it to be highly sensitive to the geomagnetic powers of the earth. Nosepass's body emits a strong magnetic force that it uses to navigate and moves at a pace of 3/8 of an inch per year according to the Pokémon's lore. Nosepass has the ability to learn a wide variety of moves. Its abilities include Sturdy or Magnet Pull and Sand Force as its hidden ability. Some of the moves it can learn include Tackle, Harden, Block, Rock Throw, Thunder Wave, and Rock Slide. Nosepass has an evolution, which is Probopass. Probopass is also a Rock-type Pokémon, but gains the additional Steel typing. Nosepass evolves into Probopass when leveled up in a special magnetic field in the games.

FAQ:

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What type of Pokemon is nosepass ?

nosepass is a rock type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #299 ?

nosepass is the Pokemon

Description:

Nosepass is a Generation III Rock-type Pokémon with the National Dex number 299. This Pokémon is rather unique and recognisable due to its large, protruding nose, which is hard like iron. Mostly blue, its body is partially comprised of magnetite, which allows it to be highly sensitive to the geomagnetic powers of the earth. Nosepass's body emits a strong magnetic force that it uses to navigate and moves at a pace of 3/8 of an inch per year according to the Pokémon's lore. Nosepass has the ability to learn a wide variety of moves. Its abilities include Sturdy or Magnet Pull and Sand Force as its hidden ability. Some of the moves it can learn include Tackle, Harden, Block, Rock Throw, Thunder Wave, and Rock Slide. Nosepass has an evolution, which is Probopass. Probopass is also a Rock-type Pokémon, but gains the additional Steel typing. Nosepass evolves into Probopass when leveled up in a special magnetic field in the games.

FAQ:

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What is nosepass weak to?

nosepass is weak to water , grass , fighting , ground , steel

What type of Pokemon is nosepass ?

nosepass is a rock type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #299 ?

nosepass is the Pokemon