Seviper is part of a one-member family.
- Seviper was released along with the main release of Hoenn-region Pokémon on December 8th, 2017.
- It is available only in the Americas and Africa.
- Shiny form of Seviper was released at the start of World Tourism Day on September 26th, 2019.
|In wild since 2017 Dec 8Increased spawns in:
Rivals’ Week: 2021 Apr 13 – 18 (worldwide)
Pokémon GO Fest 2020: Jul 25 – 26 (ticket only)
World Tourism Day: 2019 Sep 26 – Oct 1
|1,203||Increased chance/Previously in:
5-km – Rivals’ Week: 2021 Apr 13 – 18 (worldwide)
Native 5-km – 2019 Sep 26 – 2020 Oct 19
|Tier 3 CP 14,600Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance|
Catch 15 Fighting-type Pokémon: Rivals’ Week (worldwide)
Trade Pokémon caught 10,000 KM apart: World Tourism Day (Zangoose region only)
Best moveset for Seviper
When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Seviper’s greatest attacks are Poison Jab and Crunch. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.
|Poison Jab||15 dps|
|Iron Tail||13.6 dps|
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Pokemon Seviper is a three-generation Pokemon that dwells in the Hoenn area and is of the poisonous kind. Seviper never evolves.
How to find and catch Pokemon Saviper?
Seviper Pokemon may be found in parks and marshes. It is possible to capture him around overgrown lakes, industrial sites, and industries.
Pokemon Seviper occurs rather seldom on the map. It may sometimes be grown from an egg or captured during an event. Raids and field research have also been seen.
Seviperis is one of the numerous captureable Pokemon in Pokemon GO.
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- This Pokemon can only be found in Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The serpentine Pokémon Seviper is generally pictured crumpled up like an accordion. Its body is largely covered with black scales, however it has numerous markings. It features yellow hexagon patterns from head to tail, little yellow bumps when it hits the ground, and varied purple scar-like markings. It features extended crimson fangs protruding from its top jaw, as well as ferocious red eyes. It has a partly crimson tail with a blade-like form. The tail of a seviper is sharpened against rocks. Poison Tail was its trademark move before to Generation V.
Seviper wraps itself around its opponents, immobilizing them. Its poisonous tail and teeth are employed to strike and poison prey or opponents. For many generations, it has been fierce foes with Zangoose. It is found in grasslands and savannas. A Seviper may be seen trying to prey on an Octillery in New Pokémon Snap.