Vileplume #045

Pokemon Vileplume – Number 45 in the Pokedex for the first generation… He resides in the Kanto area and is a Pokémon of the herbal and toxic types. The last stage of Pokémon Oddish.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokémon Vileplume

Max BS 2893
Атака 202
Protection 167
Resistance 181

How to find and catch the Vileplume Pokémon?

Pokémon Vileplume may be found in parks and marshes. You may catch him in squares, fields and woods, meadows and the countryside, near overgrown lakes, industrial regions and near industries.

Vileplume is an extremely uncommon Pokemon. It may be obtained by Evolving Pokémon Gloom or catching it at an event.



Vileplume is a bipedal indigo Rafflesia-like Pokémon with primitive hands and feet. It has beady red eyes and a tiny mouth, and its head and body are connected together as a single section. A big red flower with five hefty petals and an orange-brown center sits on its head. The flower of Vileplume is supposed to have the biggest petals in the world and is nearly too hefty for the Pokémon to sustain. The flower’s spherical petals are crimson and speckled with white dots. Female Vileplume petals have fewer but bigger spots.

To discharge clouds of pollen, Vileplume may shake, flap, or burst its petals into blossom with a crash. This pollen is yellow and very allergic to humans; Vileplume uses it to immobilize its victim before consuming it. The poison in Vileplume pollen is more effective the bigger the petals are. The fluttering of the petals of the Vileplume also produces incredibly loud sounds. Petal Dance was Generation I’s hallmark move. Vileplume, the outcome of Evolution stone evolution, is seldom encountered in the wild, yet they may be found on grassy plains. It is often confused for native wildflowers.


 Best moveset for Vileplume

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Vileplume’s greatest techniques are Razor Leaf and Solar Beam. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.


  Razor Leaf 15.6 dps
  Solar Beam 44.1 dps


  Razor Leaf 15.6 dps
  Solar Beam 44.1 dps


 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Razor Leaf 13 7 15.6
 Acid 9 10 13.5
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Petal Blizzard 110 -38.5 50.8
 Moonblast 130 -25.6 33.3
 Sludge Bomb 80 -21.7 41.7
 Solar Beam 180 -20.4 44.1
 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.

Evolution family

Vileplume is part of a four-member family.

  • Regular


    Oddish Vileplume #045
    #043 Oddish

    25 Oddish candy Vileplume #045
    Gloom Vileplume #045
    #044 Gloom

    100 Oddish candy Vileplume #045


    Vileplume Vileplume #045
    #045 Vileplume
    100 Oddish candy Vileplume #045Sun Stone Vileplume #045
    Bellossom Vileplume #045
    #182 Bellossom





    Oddish shiny Vileplume #045
    #043 Oddish

    25 Oddish candy Vileplume #045
    Gloom shiny Vileplume #045
    #044 Gloom

    100 Oddish candy Vileplume #045


    Vileplume shiny Vileplume #045
    #045 Vileplume
    100 Oddish candy Vileplume #045
    Sun Stone Vileplume #045
    #182 Bellossom


  • Vileplume was released along with the game launch on July 6th, 2016.Shiny_Pokemon_icon
  • Shiny form of Vileplume was released at the start of Safari Zone in New Taipei City on October 2nd, 2019.Icon_Shadow_Pokemon
  • Shadow form of Vileplume was released on September 5th, 2019.
Method Maximum CP Details

(weather boosted)
In wild since 2016 Jul 6Increased spawns in:
Pokémon Day 2020: Feb 25 – Mar 2
Grass Weekend: 2017 May 5 – 9
Raid Battles

(weather boosted)
Tier 3 CP 17,564Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance
Research tasks
1,097 Special Research/Timed Research:Search for Zarude! – 3rd part: Catch 30 Grass- or Bug-type Pokémon


 What counters Vileplume?

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

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

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