|Wigglytuff did not originate from fanon, and more information can be found on their respective wiki(s). You may read more about it on the following wiki(s):|
|National Dex Nr.||#040|
|Kanto Dex Nr.||#040|
|Other Regional Dex Nr(s).|
|Ability/ies|| Cute Charm, Competitive |
|Average Weight||26.5 lbs.|
Despite its cute demeanor, Wigglytuff are sometimes known for being very aggressive and Double-slapping anyone that gets on their nerves.
Wigglytuffs are a wild species found on several worlds that can be domesticated by any player for use as a war pet. Capturing a Wigglytuff requires a Poké Ball as usual. Like in regular Pokémon games the Wigglytuffs gain experience as they battle. Both the Igglybuff and the Jigglypuff can also be found in the wild. 1% of encountered Wigglytuffs will appear as Shiny.
The Wigglytuff make their only appearance in the Urth series in this fanon-themed side-sequel to the original Monster Space. Here they can appear in environments similar to those they can be found in in true Pokémon games. The player can find and wield Poké Balls to capture them for use as battle pets. They will learn techniques over time and, while they can only remember 4 attacks for battle, these can be switched out at any time from a drop down menu between battle.
Pokémon Bronze and Copper
A Wigglytuff is a catchable Pokémon for the Fienna Regional Pokedex.
A Wigglytuff by the name of Wiggly is the Star of a Pokémon Sitcom Pokemon Dramatics.
Wigglytuff is expected to reappear in this Pokémon game due to the creature's popularity. They would be appearing as prey animals.
The Wigglytuff is a Pokémon available for selection by the Kanto Trainers and Johto Trainers (both ♂ and ♀ versions) in this massive battle royale game. With all four characters, the creature can be evolved first from an Igglybuff via killing 5 characters using it, and again from a Jigglypuff by using it to kill an additional 10 further characters. Wigglytuff has access to all of its learnable moves available to it, which is a major difference from official Pokémon games in order to help make them more competitive against other characters, but they still have the same amount of PP available for every attack. PP is regained an ability of the Trainer known as Mobile PokéCenter.
Although only cosmetic, the player can select Shiny colors at will when selecting their team to deploy into the game as either trainer.
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