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#114 Tangela
114Tangela
Vine Pokémon
Original Region Kanto
National Dex Nr. #114
Generation 1
Pokémon Color Blue
Type(s) Grass
Ability/ies Chlorophyll, Leaf Guard
(Hidden: Regenerator)
Average Height 3'03" 1.0 m
Average Weight 77.2 lbs. 35.0 kg
Evolves Into Tangrowth

Tangela (Japanese: モンジャラ Monjara) is a Grass-type Pokémon. It evolves into Tangrowth when leveled up while knowing Ancient Power.

Biology

Tangela is covered with thick blue vines that obscure its face so only its eyes can be seen. These vines are covered in fine hair, and they give it a round shape. It is unknown what it looks like without them. The vines are always growing, and can be replaced if lost or damaged. It has a pair of red boot-like feet, but no visible arms.

Tangela can ensnare and entangle anything that moves too close to it with its vines. The vines constantly jiggle and sway, unnerving enemies and deters herbivores that might mistake Tangela for a shrub. Tangela's vines will snap off easily and painlessly if the target pulls on them, suggesting that the ensnaring is intended to scare off potential predators. Tangela can usually be found on the edge of many grassy plains, be it near a mountain range or the ocean. However, it can also be found in large forests or jungles.

Statistics

Base Stats
HP
 
65
Attack
 
55
Defense
 
115
Sp. Attack
 
100
Sp. Defense
 
40
Speed
 
60
Total
 
435



Trivia

  • In the Pokémon Red and Blue beta, Tangela was originally known as "Meduza," a misspelling of the Greek mythological character Medusa.
  • Although it is said to live in plains, its Friend Area in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon is the Jungle. Also, its Pal Park area is the Forest.
  • Tangela and Tropius are the only two Pokémon that are not starters or Legendary Pokémon of a previous generation unavailable in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. They must be transferred forward from a Generation III game or traded from Pokémon Platinum.

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National Pokédex
113MS
← #113: Chansey
114MS
#114: Tangela
115MS
#115: Kangaskhan →

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