Mandibuzz #630

Best moveset for Mandibuzz

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Mandibuzz’s greatest attacks are Snarl and Foul Play. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Snarl 13.1 dps
  Foul Play 42 dps

Defense 

  Snarl 13.1 dps
  Shadow Ball 33.3 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
  Air Slash 14 8.3 14
  Snarl 12 12.7 13.1
Main move Damage EPS DPS
  Dark Pulse 80 -16.7 32
  Aerial Ace 55 -13.8 27.5
  Shadow Ball 100 -16.7 33.3
  Foul Play 70 -25 42

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Evolution family

Mandibuzz is part of a two-member family.

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Vullaby  Vullaby_shiny
#629 Vullaby

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Mandibuzz Mandibuzz_shiny
#630 Mandibuzz

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Biology

Mandibuzz is a vulture-like Pokémon that looks a lot like a turkey vulture. It features a naked, pink head and neck, a black beak with a notched tip, and red eyes. Above its eyes are black lashes or eyeliner-like lines. From the rear of its skull, a long brown tuft with a bone in the centre protrudes. It has a tan ruff around its neck, as well as shaggy darker brown wings with gray tips. Mandibuzz has shaggy brown tail feathers as well. It has black talons on its pink feet. It has adorned itself with bones, forming a skirt from a mouth with sharp fangs. When Mandibuzz rests on its Vullaby offspring inside its nest, the bones surrounding Vullaby’s lower body unite to create an upside-down head with sharp fangs. As if there were fashion trends among Mandibuzz, different forms of bones come and go.

Mandibuzz lives in nests formed of bones that it discovers. After Mandibuzz swoops down from above, weak prey like Cubone is carried back to this nest. Mandibuzz is a female-only species, despite dressing beautifully in bones in an ineffective effort to attract partners.