Wingull is part of a two-member family.
- Wingull was released at the start of Hoenn Celebration 2018 on February 9th, 2018.
- Shiny form of Wingull was released at the start of Safari Zone in Yokosuka on August 29th, 2018.
|In wild since 2018 Feb 9Increased spawns in:
Pokémon GO Fest 2022: Jun 4 – 5
Pokémon Air Adventures 2022: May 3 – 8
Pokémon Spotlight Hour: 2022 May 3
Weather Week: 2021 Mar 24 – 29
Summer Event: 2020 Jul 17 – 22
4th Anniversary: 2020 Jul 3 – 8
Incense Day: Water and Dark Type: 2020 May 17 (Incense-only)
Water Festival 2019: Aug 23 – 30
Pokémon GO Fest 2019 Yokohama: Aug 6 – 12
Yokosuka Safari Zone: 2018 Sep 1 – 2
Water Festival 2018: Jun 7 – 21
|437||Increased chance/Previously in:
2-km – 2020 Oct 19 – 2021 Mar 1
5-km – 4th Anniversary: 2020 Jul 3 – 8
5-km – Water Festival 2019: Aug 23 – 30
5-km – 2018 Feb 9 – Dec 18
2-km – Water Festival 2018: Jun 7 – 21
2-km – Eggstravaganza 2018: Mar 22 – Apr 2
5-km – Legendary Week: 2018 Mar 5 – 16
|Tier 1 CP 2,583Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance|
Catch 5 Pokémon: 2022 Jul
Special Research/Timed Research:
A Poni Adventure – 2nd part: Use 5 Berries to help catch Pokémon
GO Battle League
|437||Obtainable starting from rank:
1 (Season 11 – Season 12)
Wingull is a tiny, white Pokémon that resembles a seagull. It looks to lack a neck and its head dominates the majority of its body. Wingull’s eyes are narrow and simple, and it has two triangular tufts on top of its head, as well as an orange beak with a hooked, black tip. It has a fan-like tail with three blue-tipped feathers and little orange feet with two webbed toes. Wingull’s wings are long and flat, with bright blue stripes at the tips.
It can capture updrafts and glide over the sky by spreading its wings. Wingulls only fold their wings while they are resting. It builds its nests on rocky rocks near the sea and uses its beak to conceal prey and treasures in different areas. Talonflame, the principal predator of Wingull in Alola, strikes and captures them with tremendous kicks. It flies over the waters in search of its favorite prey, Wishiwashi. Fishermen use this talent to find locations rich in fish Pokémon. It also enjoys eating Finneon that leap to the surface of the water.
Best moveset for Wingull
When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Wingull’s greatest moves are Water Gun and Ice Beam. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.
|Water Gun||12 dps|
|Ice Beam||27.3 dps|
|Quick Attack||10 dps|
|Ice Beam||27.3 dps|
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Wingull is one of the numerous catchable Pokemon in Pokemon GO.
|Type||Candy Needed to Evolve|
|Flying | Water||50|
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- Hatches From: 2km Egg
- Evolves Into: Pelipper
Vingal from Generation 3 Pokemon number 278 in the Pokedex… It is of the typical and aquatic kind and dwells in the Hohenn area. When you eat 50 sweets, your Pokémon Wingull will develop into a Pokemon Pelipper.
How to find and catch Wingala Pokémon?
Wingull Pokémon may be found near any body of water, including the shores of ponds, rivers, and oceans, as well as near swamps. In the city, look for him in fountains, pools, and water parks.
Pokemon Wingull occurs often on the map and is easy to locate.