Breloom is called a professional boxer and by that only I guess you can ascertain how much wonderful its listing in Moveset, Stats, Abilites could be. But yes, when you are putting gaze on those strengths just remember that every evolution also gives weakness to Pokemon so, Breloom would also not be exempted.
Breloom (Japanese: キノガッサ Kinogassa) is a bipedal, small, mushroom-like Pokemon with some kangaroo-like qualities especially fighting type. Its body is mostly green, but its head to its neck and its tail are beige. On top of its head is a green, hat like structure resembling mushroom cap with beige gills underneath. A round, red berry-like growth with a hole in the middle on either side of the cap. Oval, black eyes, a beak-like mouth, and frilled segments around the base of its neck as a floral pattern. There are two red claws on each of its hands and feet, but its arms are not very visible as it tucks them in. At the tip of its tail, there are small seed clusters made of hardened toxic spores that are horrible to eat. Brelloms name is said to be made out of umbrella and mushroom
Breloom stretches its short arms to deliver fast punches, which shows that its technique is equal to that of professional boxers. Addition to it, light, springy footwork allows it to get close to opponents. Another way it closes in on opponents is by handling them with spores released from the holes in its cap. It prefers to live in tropical forests, and feeds on decomposing trees and plants.
Breloom’s first appearance was in the episode A Shroomish Skirmish in which, a group of Breloom attacked Ash and his friends for stealing food. Toward the end of the episode, May’s Trochic evolved into a Combusken and defeated the Breloom.
- Japanese Name: キノガッサ (Kinogassa)
- National Pokedex no: 286
- Type: Grass, Fighting
- Height: 1.2 m (3′11 feet)
- Weight: 36.4 kg (86.4 lbs.)
- Abilities :
- Effect Spore
- Poison Heal
- Technician (hidden ability)
- Local No.:
- 035 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)
- 036 (Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire)
- Catch rate: 90 (11.8% with PokeBall, full HP)
- Base friendship: 70 (Normal)
- Base experience: 161
- Growth rate: Fluctuating
- Egg group: Fairy, Grass
- Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female
- Egg cycles: 15 (3,599–3,855 steps)
Breloom Pokedex Stats
- Sp. Atk:60
- Sp. Def:60
Moves Learned By Breloom
Moves Learned By Levelling Up
Moves Learned By TM
How To Find Breloom?
|DIAMOND /PEARL||Evolve Shroomish|
|BLACK 2/WHITE 2||Pinwheel Forest (Hidden Groto)|
|X/Y||Friend Safari (Fighting)|
|OMEGA RUBY/ALPHA SAPPHIRE||Evolve Shroomish|
|SUN AND MOON||Pokemon Bank|
|ULTRA SUN AND ULTRA MOON||Pokemon Bank|
|LETS GO PIKACHU AND LETS GO EEVEE||Unobtainable|
|SWORD AND SHIELD||Unobtainable|
How To Evolve?
There are currently 2 Pokemon in total in the Shroomish family. Breloom evolves from Shroomish which costs 50 Candies. It was introduced in Generation 3 at level 23.
How Much Useful Is My Breloom?
Breloom has pretty attractive base stats, highest being that of attack also making it the highest among Fighting-type Pokemon. Breloom is also blessed with the converted Counter and Dynamic punch moveset. It is has a very strong punch as is often called a professional boxer. As a Grass type attacker, it has been gifted with Grass Knot move which is a fantastic charge move. This keeps Breloom at the top of the Grass type DPS (Damage per Second) chart. The Pokemon is resistant to rock, water, grass, electric, ground and dark and can deal 63% damage. This all makes this Pokemon a great asset as with great powers could face big Pokemon. With the use of great strategies, and strengths of this Pokemon, Breloom can act as a great opponent.
Weaknesses of Breloom
Breloom is a Grass/Fighting type Pokemon, and has weakness against Flying moves, and weak against Fairy, Psychic, Ice, Fire and Poison moves.
The other strong Pokemon who can stand a great chance against Breloom are Moltres, Honchkrow, Rayquaza, Tornadus (Incarnate), Unfezant.
So, does the Moveset, weakness, and other information seem worthy of Breloom Evolution? Then right away head to Breloom Evolution.
And if the case is otherwise then you may like to see some other Pokemon Evolution rather than the one for Breloom and can see for whatever Moveset, weakness, and other specification suits better. Visit Herald Journalism for that!