Venusaur #003

Venusaur is a 3rd generation Pokemon that ranks XNUMX in the Pokedex… He lives in the Kanto area and is a herbal and deadly Pokémon. This is the last evolution of the starter Pokemon Bulbasaur.

A big blossom grows on the rear of the Pokémon Seed. It is thought that if the flower gets a lot of nourishment and sunshine, it would develop a beautiful hue. The flower’s aroma calms people’s emotions.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Venusaur

Max PC 3075
Attack 198
Defense 189
Stamina 190

How to find and catch the Venusaur Pokémon?

Venusaur may be found in parks and marshes. This Pokemon may be found in squares, fields and woods, meadows and the countryside, around overgrown lakes, industrial regions, and near industries.

Venusaur is an uncommon sight on the map. Evolution is one of the most realistic methods to get this Pokémon Ivysaur. It is sometimes discovered during raids and field study.



Venusaur is a quadrupedal amphibian with rough, blue-green skin. It features tiny, round red eyes, a short, blunt snout, and a large mouth with two pointed upper jaw teeth and four lower jaw teeth. It has little, pointed ears on top of its head with reddish pink insides. Each foot has three clawed toes. A huge pink, white-spotted flower has blossomed from the bud on its back. A strong, brown stem supports the bloom, which is encircled by green fronds. The core of a female Venusaur’s bloom contains a seed.

Venusaur’s bloom captures the sun’s rays and converts them into energy, causing the flower to grow more vivid. The flower emits a calming aroma that both attracts Pokémon and soothes emotions. This aroma intensifies after a wet day. Venusaur has proven the capacity to influence nature in the anime, releasing many vines from its back and leading evolution ceremonies for Bulbasaur and Ivysaur. This Pokémon is seldom seen in the wild, although it has been seen in grasslands.

The flower on Mega Venusaur’s back becomes bigger, and two tiny pink flowers bloom, one on its forehead and one on its back. The flower’s weight drives its legs and back to get stronger in order to sustain it. Around the bloom, more leaves with woody stalks supported by vines sprout. Mega Venusaur also gets black marks under the new bloom on its brow.

It grows bigger as a Gigantamax Venusaur, with its flower growing even more, to the point of enveloping its body. These flowers feature a higher bud as well as incredibly thick and springy petals that may protect Gigantamax Venusaur and repel halfhearted strikes. It has bright green sclerae and orange irises on its eyes. More foliage develops from underneath its blossom, and the stem that supports it becomes shorter. It bears a number of pale green patterns on its belly. The dense tendrils of the Gigantamax Venusaur are strong enough to collapse a 10-story skyscraper. The bloom of the Gigantamax Venusaur may disperse enough pollen to be comparable to a volcanic explosion. Breathing in this pollen may result in uncontrolled sneezing, and breathing large quantities can result in fainting. This pollen, on the other hand, encourages plant development in places where it settles.


Pokédex description

Seed Pokémon
Standard Pokédex description
There is a large flower on Venusaur’s back. The flower is said to take on vivid colors if it gets plenty of nutrition and sunlight. The flower’s aroma soothes the emotions of people.
Mega Venusaur Pokédex description
In order to support its flower, which has grown larger due to Mega Evolution, its back and legs have become stronger.

Attack availability

  • Frenzy Plant: available during events: Mar, Dec 2018, Dec 2019 Community Day, Pokémon Day 2020 raid, Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto, Kanto Celebration Event, Community Day Classic: Back to Bulbasaur and Battle Weekend

Evolution family

Venusaur is part of a three-member family.

Regular Version


#001 Bulbasaur

25 Bulbasaur_candy
#002 Ivysaur
100 Bulbasaur_candy
#003 Venusaur
200 Venusaur_mega_energy
Mega Venusaur


Shiny Version


#001 Bulbasaur

25 Bulbasaur_candy
#002 Ivysaur
100 Bulbasaur_candy
#003 Venusaur
200 Venusaur_mega_energy
Mega Venusaur


Event Pokémon forms

This Event Venusaur form cannot mega evolve.

Sprites Release
Venusaur_clone Venusaur_female_clone Clone Venusaur was released at the start of Pokémon Day 2020 on February 25th, 2020.
Shiny_Pokemon_icon Shiny form of Clone Venusaur does not exist in game code.



  • Venusaur was released with the game launch on July 6th, 2016.
  • Shiny_Pokemon_icon Shiny form of Venusaur was released on the third Community Day on March 25th, 2018.
  • Icon_Shadow_Pokemon Shadow form of Venusaur was released on July 22nd, 2019.
    • Shiny form of Shadow Venusaur was released on Battle Weekend on July 9th, 2022.
Method Maximum CP Details

(weather boosted)
In wild since 2016 Jul 6Increased spawns in:
Sustainability Week 2022: Apr 20 – 25
Pokémon GO Fest 2020: Jul 25 – 26
Grass Weekend: 2017 May 5 – 9
Holiday 2016: Dec 25 – Jan 3
Raid Battles

(weather boosted)
Tier 3 CP 18,253Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance
Special Raid Challenge:
2019 Dec 7[1]
Research tasks
1,166 Field Research:
Catch 25 Pokémon: Pokémon TCG Crossover Event
Evolve 5 Grass-type Pokémon: Equinox 2019
Special Research/Timed Research:
Team Building: Great League – 2nd part: Power up Pokémon 10 times
A Mega Moment – Completing 2nd part
Bulbasaur Community Day Classic – Completing 4th part
Sustainability Week – Completing 3rd part
GO Fest 2020: Welcome!: Catch 20 Grass-type Pokémon
GO Snapshot
2,332 Obtainable during:
Mega Buddy Challenge: 2020 Sep 22 – 28 (1 per day)
Team GO Rocket

(weather boosted)
Rescuing from Grunts:
2019 Aug 1 – Sep 5

Mega Venusaur

  • Mega Venusaur was released along with Mega Evolution on August 27th, 2020.
  • Shiny_Pokemon_icon Shiny form of Mega Venusaur was released on the same day.
Venusaur_mega_energy (1) Mega Energy required:
Initial Base Mega_Level High Mega_Level Mega_Level Max Mega_Level Mega_Level Mega_Level
200 40 20 10
Energy Sources Details
Mega Raid Battles
Obtain Mega Energy from Mega Raid Battle
Boss CP 39,235Catch CP 1,554/1,943 (weather boosted)
2022 Jun 16 – Jul 1
2022 Mar 1 – 15
2021 Apr 20 – May 15
2021 Feb 21 – Mar 1
2021 Jan 19 – Feb 9
2020 Aug 27 – Oct 23
Research tasks
Field Research:
10× – Power up Pokémon 5 times: Since 2020 Oct 19
10× – Catch 10 Grass-type Pokémon: Since 2021 Jun
25× – Make 6 Nice Throws: 6th Anniversary
25× – Power up Pokémon 5 times;
70× – Power up Pokémon 10 times: A Mega Moment
50× – Power up Pokémon 5 times: Sustainability Week 2022
20× – Power up Pokémon 10 times: 2022 Mar
20× – Catch 3 Grass-type Pokémon: Festival of Colors 2022
20× – Power up Pokémon 10 times: 2021 Apr
10× – Power up Pokémon 7 times: Charge Up
5× – Battle another trainer: Mega September
Special Research/Timed Research:
500× – A Mega Moment
300× – Bulbasaur Community Day Classic
100× – Sustainability Week
40× – Kanto Celebration Event
30× – Kalos Celebration Event
60× – Animation Week Research



  • Normally, evolved stages of Pokémon cannot be shiny at the encounter screen, but Venusaur may be during the Special Raid Challenge and after the introduction of its Mega Evolution.
  • Venusaur has been promoted to Tier 3 Raid Boss. However, it was formerly classified as a category 4.
    Prior to the introduction of Mega Levels, Venusaur could Mega Evolve into Mega Venusaur by receiving 200 Mega Energy at first, then 40 afterwards.
  • Venusaur silhouettes may be seen in the Kanto green medal KantoKanto_green_medal and Mega Evolution instructional images.MegaTutorial_twoWaysEvolveMegaTutorial_megaAttackBoost

Best moveset for Venusaur

The best moves for Venusaur are Vine Whip and Frenzy Plant when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.


  Vine Whip 14 dps
  Frenzy Plant Elite TM 46.2 dps


  Razor Leaf 15.6 dps
  Frenzy Plant Elite TM 46.2 dps


 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
  Vine Whip 7 10 14
  Razor Leaf 13 7 15.6
Main move Damage EPS DPS
  Petal Blizzard 110 -38.5 50.8
  Sludge Bomb 80 -21.7 41.7
  Solar Beam 180 -20.4 44.1
  Frenzy Plant Elite TM 100 -19.2 46.2
  Frustration Shadow 10 -16.5 5
  Return Purified 35 -47.1 50

The moves highlighted in green benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus, and deal 20% more damage.




 What counters Venusaur?

Venusaur is a Grass/Poison type Pokémon, which makes it weak against FlyingFirePsychic and Ice moves.

The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Venusaur are:

  • Calyrex (Shadow Rider),
  • Mewtwo,
  • Hoopa (Unbound),
  • Darmanitan (Galarian Zen),
  • Deoxys (Attack).