#336 - Seviper
NamingEnglish: Seviper Romaji: Habuneeku Japanese: ハブネーク [?]
Pokédex NumberingNational Dex #336 JohtoDex #--- SinnohDex #--- UnovaDex #--- UnovaDex 2 #187
Ability/iesShed Skin - The Pokémon may heal its own status problems.
Infiltrator - Passes through the foe's barrier and strikes.
|Defensive Capabilities for [iTypeChart]|
|Base Stats [?]||Nature [?]||HP: 73
|31 IV / 252 EV||+||328||240||328||240||251|
|0 IV / 252 EV||+||294||206||294||206||217|
|31 IV / 0 EV||+||259||171||259||171||182|
|0 IV / 0 EV||+||225||137||225||137||148|
Earn Exp.: @ lvl
Exp. Gain-rate: Very Slow
Max Exp.: 1,640,000
EV Yield: 1 Attack, 1 Special Attack
Catch Rate: 90
GenIV Held Items: None
GenV Held Items:
White2: Route 11, Route 7, Village Bridge.
Black: Route 11, Village Bridge.
White: Route 11, Village Bridge.
HeartGold: Not found, seek trade.
SoulSilver: Not found, seek trade.
PokéWalker: Not found, seek trade.
Platinum: Route 208, Route 210.
Diamond: Route 208, Route 210.
Pearl: Route 208, Route 210.
FireRed: Not found, seek trade.
LeafGreen: Not found, seek trade.
Emerald: Route 114.
Ruby: Not found, seek trade.
Sapphire: Route 114.
Egg-step Counter: 20 [?]
Base Egg-steps: 5,355
Boosted Egg-steps: 2,805
|y||y||Assurance||50||100||0||10||If the foe has already taken some damage in the same turn, this attack's power is doubled.|
|y||y||Body Slam||85||100||30||15||The user drops onto the foe with its full body weight. It may leave the foe Paralyzed.|
|n||y||Final Gambit||1||100||0||5||The user risks everything to attack its target. The user faints but does damage equal to the user's HP.|
|n||y||Iron Tail||100||75||30||15||The foe is slammed with a steel-hard tail. It may also lower the target's Defense stat.|
|y||y||Night Slash||70||100||0||15||The user slashes the foe the instant an opportunity arises. It has a high critical-hit ratio.|
|n||y||Punishment||60||100||0||5||This attack's power increases the more the foe has powered up with stat changes.|
|y||y||Scary Face||0||90||0||10||The user frightens the foe with a scary face to sharply reduce its Speed stat.|
|y||y||Spit Up||100||100||0||10||The power stored using the move Stockpile is released at once in an attack.|
|y||y||Stockpile||0||100||0||20||The user charges up power, and raises both its Defense and Sp. Def. The move can be used three times.|
|y||y||Swallow||0||100||0||10||The power stored using the move Stockpile is absorbed by the user to heal its HP.|
|y||y||Switcheroo||0||100||0||10||The user trades held items with the foe faster than the eye can follow.|
|n||y||Wring Out||1||100||0||5||The user powerfully wrings the foe. The more HP the foe has, the greater this attack's power.|
|01||01||01||01||01||Wrap||15||85||0||20||A long body or vines are used to wrap and squeeze the foe for two to five turns.|
|07||07||07||07||01||Lick||20||100||30||30||The foe is licked with a long tongue, causing damage. It may also paralyze the target.|
|10||10||10||10||05||Bite||60||100||30||25||The foe is bitten with viciously sharp fangs. It may make the target flinch.|
|37||37||37||37||09||Swagger||0||90||0||15||The user enrages the foe into confusion. However, it also sharply raises the foe's Attack stat.|
|16||16||16||16||12||Poison Tail||50||100||10||25||An attack with a high critical-hit ratio. This tail attack may also poison the foe.|
|19||19||19||19||16||Screech||0||85||0||40||An earsplitting screech is emitted to sharply reduce the foe's Defense stat.|
|-||-||-||55||20||Venoshock||65||100||0||10||The user drenches the target in a special poisonous liquid. Its power is doubled if the target is poisoned.|
|25||25||25||25||23||Glare||0||75||0||30||The user intimidates the foe with the pattern on its belly to cause Paralysis.|
|34||34||34||34||27||Poison Fang||50||100||30||15||The user bites the foe with toxic fangs. It may also leave the foe badly poisoned.|
|46||46||46||46||31||Night Slash||70||100||0||15||The user slashes the foe the instant an opportunity arises. It has a high critical-hit ratio.|
|43||43||43||43||38||Haze||0||100||0||30||The user creates a haze that eliminates every stat change among all the Pokémon engaged in battle.|
|52||52||52||52||42||Poison Jab||80||100||30||20||The foe is stabbed with a tentacle or arm steeped in poison. It may also poison the foe.|
|28||28||28||28||45||Crunch||80||100||20||15||The user crunches up the foe with sharp fangs. It may also lower the target's Defense stat.|
|-||-||-||64||49||Coil||0||--||0||20||The user coils up and concentrates. This raises its Attack and Defense stats as well as its accuracy.|
|55||55||55||61||53||Wring Out||1||100||0||5||The user powerfully wrings the foe. The more HP the foe has, the greater this attack's power.|
|HM04||HM04||Strength||80||100||0||15||The foe is slugged with a punch thrown at maximum power. It can also be used to move boulders.|
|TM83||n||Natural Gift||1||100||0||15||The user draws power to attack by using its held Berry. The Berry determines its type and power.|
|TM49||n||Snatch||0||100||0||10||The user steals the effects of any healing or status-changing move the foe attempts to use.|
|TM19||n||Giga Drain||60||100||0||10||A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.|
|TM79||n||Dark Pulse||80||100||20||15||The user releases a horrible aura imbued with dark thoughts. It may also make the target flinch.|
|TM23||n||Iron Tail||100||75||30||15||The foe is slammed with a steel-hard tail. It may also lower the target's Defense stat.|
|TM82||n||Sleep Talk||0||100||0||10||While it is asleep, the user randomly uses one of the moves it knows.|
|TM58||n||Endure||0||100||0||10||The user endures any attack, leaving 1 HP. Its chance of failing rises if it is used in succession.|
|TM78||n||Captivate||0||100||0||20||If it is the opposite gender of the user, the foe is charmed into sharply lowering its Sp. Atk stat.|
|TM43||n||Secret Power||70||100||30||20||The user attacks with a secret power. Its added effects vary depending on the user's environment.|
|TM06||TM06||Toxic||0||85||0||10||A move that leaves the target badly poisoned. Its poison damage worsens every turn.|
|n||TM09||Venoshock||65||100||0||10||The user drenches the target in a special poisonous liquid. Its power is doubled if the target is poisoned.|
|TM10||TM10||Hidden Power||30||100||0||15||A unique attack that varies in type and intensity depending on the Pokémon using it.|
|TM11||TM11||Sunny Day||0||0||0||5||The user intensifies the sun for five turns, powering up Fire-type moves.|
|TM12||TM12||Taunt||0||100||0||20||The foe is taunted into a rage that allows it to use only attack moves for two to four turns.|
|TM17||TM17||Protect||0||0||0||10||It enables the user to evade all attacks. Its chance of failing rises if it is used in succession.|
|TM18||TM18||Rain Dance||0||0||0||5||The user summons a heavy rain that falls for five turns, powering up Water-type moves.|
|TM21||TM21||Frustration||1||100||0||20||A full-power attack that grows more powerful the less the user likes its Trainer.|
|TM26||TM26||Earthquake||100||100||0||10||The user sets off an earthquake that hits all the Pokémon in the battle.|
|TM27||TM27||Return||1-102||100||0||20||A full-power attack that grows more powerful the more the user likes its Trainer.|
|TM28||TM28||Dig||80||100||0||10||The user burrows, then attacks on the second turn. It can also be used to exit dungeons.|
|TM32||TM32||Double Team||0||100||0||15||By moving rapidly, the user makes illusory copies of itself to raise its evasiveness.|
|n||TM34||Sludge Wave||95||100||0||10||It swamps the area around the user with a giant sludge wave. It may also poison those hit.|
|TM35||TM35||Flamethrower||95||100||10||15||The foe is scorched with an intense blast of fire. The target may also be left with a burn.|
|TM36||TM36||Sludge Bomb||90||100||30||10||The user attacks by hurling filthy sludge at the foe. It may also poison the target.|
|TM42||TM42||Facade||70||100||0||20||An attack move that doubles its power if the user is poisoned, paralyzed, or has a burn.|
|TM44||TM44||Rest||0||100||0||10||The user goes to sleep for two turns. It fully restores the user's HP and heals any status problem.|
|TM45||TM45||Attract||0||100||0||15||If it is the opposite gender of the user, the foe becomes infatuated and less likely to attack.|
|TM46||TM46||Thief||40||100||0||10||The user attacks and steals the foe's held item simultaneously. It can't steal if the user holds an item.|
|n||TM48||Round||60||100||0||15||The user attacks the target with a song. Others can join in the Round and make the attack do greater damage.|
|TM66||TM66||Payback||50||100||0||10||If the user can use this attack after the foe attacks, its power is doubled.|
|n||TM67||Retaliate||70||100||0||5||The user gets revenge for a fainted ally. If an ally fainted in the previous turn, this attack's damage increases.|
|n||TM78||Bulldoze||60||100||100||20||The user stomps down on the Ground and attacks everything in the area. Hit Pokémon's Speed stat is reduced.|
|TM81||TM81||X-Scissor||80||100||0||15||The user slashes at the foe by crossing its scythes or claws as if they were a pair of scissors.|
|n||TM82||Dragon Tail||60||90||0||10||The user knocks away the target and drags out another Pokémon in its party. In the wild, the battle ends.|
|TM84||TM84||Poison Jab||80||100||30||20||The foe is stabbed with a tentacle or arm steeped in poison. It may also poison the foe.|
|TM87||TM87||Swagger||0||90||0||15||The user enrages the foe into confusion. However, it also sharply raises the foe's Attack stat.|
|TM90||TM90||Substitute||0||100||0||10||The user makes a copy of itself using some of its HP. The copy serves as the user's decoy.|
|HM06||TM94||Rock Smash||40||100||50||15||The user slugs the foe with a shattering punch. It can also smash cracked boulders.|
|n||y||y||n||y||Aqua Tail||90||90||0||10||The user attacks by swinging its tail as if it were a vicious wave in a raging storm.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Bind||15||75||0||20||A long body or tentacles are used to bind and squeeze the foe for two to five turns.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Dark Pulse||80||100||20||15||The user releases a horrible aura imbued with dark thoughts. It may also make the target flinch.|
|n||y||y||n||n||Fury Cutter||10||95||0||20||The foe is slashed with scythes or claws. Its power increases if it hits in succession.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Gastro Acid||0||100||0||10||The user hurls up its stomach acids on the foe. The fluid eliminates the effect of the foe's ability.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Giga Drain||60||100||0||10||A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.|
|n||n||y||n||n||Headbutt||70||100||30||15||The user sticks its head out and rams straight forward. It may make the foe flinch.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Iron Tail||100||75||30||15||The foe is slammed with a steel-hard tail. It may also lower the target's Defense stat.|
|n||y||y||n||y||Knock Off||20||100||0||20||The user slaps down the foe's held item, preventing the item from being used during the battle.|
|n||y||y||n||n||Mud-Slap||20||100||100||10||The user hurls mud in the foe's face to inflict damage and lower its accuracy.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Sleep Talk||0||100||0||10||While it is asleep, the user randomly uses one of the moves it knows.|
|n||n||n||n||y||Snatch||0||100||0||10||The user steals the effects of any healing or status-changing move the foe attempts to use.|
|n||y||y||n||y||Snore||40||100||30||15||An attack that can be used only if the user is asleep. The harsh noise may also make the foe flinch.|
|n||y||y||n||n||Sucker Punch||80||100||0||5||This move enables the user to attack first. It fails if the foe is not readying an attack, however.|
|n||y||y||n||n||Swift||60||--||0||20||Star-shaped rays are shot at the foe. This attack never misses.|
|FR/LG/Em Tutor||Double-Edge||120||100||0||15||A reckless, life-risking tackle. It also damages the user by a fairly large amount, however.|
|FR/LG/Em Tutor||Mimic||0||100||0||10||The user copies the move last used by the foe. The move can be used for the rest of the battle.|
Height: 2.7m; 8'103"
Weight: 52.5kg; 116.025 .lbs
Species: Fang Snake Pokémon
|Sprites (See All)||Flavortext|
|FireRed/LeafGreen||It sharpens its sword like tail on hard rocks. It hides in tall grass and strikes unwary prey with venomous fangs.|
|Ruby/Sapphire||Seviper shares a generations-long feud with Zangoose. The scars on its body are evidence of vicious battles. This Pokémon attacks using its sword-edged tail.|
|Seviper's sword like tail serves two purposes - it slashes foes and douses them with secreted poison. This Pokémon will not give up its long-running blood feud with Zangoose.|
Emerald||Seviper and Zangoose are eternal rivals. It counters a Zangoose's dazzling agility with its sword-like tail, which also oozes a horrible poison.|
|Diamond/Pearl||For many generations, it has feuded with Zangoose. It whets its bladed tail on rocks for battle.|
Platinum||For many generations, it has feuded with Zangoose. It whets its bladed tail on rocks for battle.|
|HeartGold/SoulSilver||In battle, it uses its bladed tail to counter any Zangoose. It secretes a deadly venom in its tail.|
|Black/White||For many generations, it has feuded with Zangoose. It whets its bladed tail on rocks for battle.|
Black2/White2||Constant polishing makes the edge of the blade on its tail extremely sharp. It's Zangoose's archrival.|
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