Furret

Plusle

Artwork

Ken Sugimori's Official Artwork

Names

  • English: Plusle
  • Japanese: プラスル (Prasle)
  • German: Plusle
  • French: Posipi

Number(s)

  • National: 311
  • Hoenn: 80

Gender

♂ 50% - ♀ 50%

Egg Group(s)

Fairy

Evolution

Basic
PlusleBase form

Size

  • Height: 0.4 m / 1’04”
  • Weight: 4.2 kg / 9.3 lbs.

Damage Taken

  • ×½: Flying, Steel, Electric
  • ×2: Ground

Ability effects are not included.

Base Stats

StatRankE.P.
Sum405
HP
60
510
Attack
50
590
Defense
40
670
Sp.Atk
85
240
Sp.Def
75
360
Speed
95
161

Pokéthlon Stats

SpeedPowerTechniqueStaminaJump
★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Ability

Plus
Game's description
Boosts Sp. Atk if another Pokémon has Minus.
Battle effect
When battling with Minus, Special Attack becomes 1.5 times greater.

Wild Item

NONE

Pal Park

  • Area: Field
  • Points: 90
  • Encounter rate: 3

Miscellaneous

  • Species: Cheering Pokémon
  • Steps to hatch: 5,120
  • Color: Yellow
  • Catch Rate: 200
  • Base Tameness: 70
  • Growth Group: Medium Fast
    1,000,000 exp. points to Lv100

Location

Diamond
Trophy Garden [Rare]
Pearl
Trophy Garden [Rare]

Pokédex Flavour (description)

Ruby
PLUSLE always acts as a cheerleader for its partners. Whenever a teammate puts out a good effort in battle, this POKéMON shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy.
Sapphire
When PLUSLE is cheering on its partner, it flashes with electric sparks from all over its body. If its partner loses, this POKéMON cries loudly.
Emerald
It has the trait of cheering on its fellow POKéMON. By shorting out the electricity it releases from its paws, it creates pom-poms for cheering.
Fire Red
It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.
Leaf Green
It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.
Diamond
It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pearl
It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.

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