Pokemon Sword and Shield Vileplume is a Grass and Poison Type Flower Pokémon, which makes it weak against , Fire, Ice, Psychic type moves. You can find and catch Vileplume in Dappled Grove with a 60% chance to appear during Normal Weather weather. The Max IV Stats of Vileplume are 75 HP, 80 Attack, 110 SP Attack, 85 Defense, 90 SP Defense, and 50 Speed.
List of Vileplume Max IV Stats in Pokemon SW SH.
Based on this pokemon's stats we consider the best nature for Vileplume to have is Quiet, this will increase it's Sp. Atk and decrease it's Speed stats.
Sword Pokedex Entry
It has the world’s largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
Shield Pokedex Entry
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Vileplume Evolutions
How do i get Vileplume's evolution in Pokemon Sword and Shield?
Pokemon Sword and Shield Oddish evolves into Gloom when you reach Level 21. Gloom then evolves into its final evolution Vileplume with a Leaf Stone. This pokemon also has 1 alternative evolutions.
Vileplume Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Where do i find and how to get Vileplume?
Vileplume does not spawn in the wild. Instead you can catch Oddish and evolve it into Vileplume. A popular spawn location you can find Oddish is in the Dappled Grove area with a 60% chance to spawn during Normal weather.
Overworld Spawns (Visible in-game)
Non Overworld Spawns (NOT Visible - Randomly found in tall grass)
Pokemon Sword and Shield Vileplume Raids
Where do i find Vileplume Raids?
You can find Vileplume raids in the following locations: Dappled Grove, East Lake Axewell, Giant's Cap, Hammerlocke Hills, Motostoke Riverbank, North Lake Miloch.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Vileplume Weakness
Vileplume is a Grass and Poison Type pokemon. This will cause it to take More Damage from , Fire, Ice, Psychic Type Moves and will take Less Damage from Water, Electric, Fighting, Fairy, Grass type moves.
|Immune to Damage|
What pokemon is Vileplume Weak Against?
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What pokemon is Vileplume Strong Against?
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Pokemon SW and SH Vileplume Moves List
What moves can Vileplume learn from TMs, TRs, and Leveling?
Vileplume can learn the type move at level . This move Bolded Pow numbers are adjusted for this pokemon's Grass and Poison type +50% STAB damage.
Vileplume Level Up Moves
|00|| Petal Blizzard|
|01|| Mega Drain|
|01|| Poison Powder|
|01|| Stun Spore|
|01|| Sleep Powder|
|01|| Giga Drain|
|01|| Grassy Terrain|
|01|| Petal Dance|
|01|| Sweet Scent|
TM Moves Vileplume can learn
|TM08||Hyper Beam||Special||150||90||5||User must recharge next turn.|
|TM09||Giga Impact||Physical||150||90||5||User must recharge next turn.|
|TM11||Solar Beam||Special||180||100||10||Charges on first turn, attacks on second.|
|TM19||Safeguard||Status||—||—||25||The user's party is protected from status conditions.|
|TM21||Rest||Status||—||—||10||User sleeps for 2 turns, but user is fully healed.|
|TM24||Snore||Special||50||100||15||Can only be used if asleep. May cause flinching.|
|TM25||Protect||Status||—||—||10||Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TM28||Giga Drain||Special||112.5||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM29||Charm||Status||—||100||20||Sharply lowers opponent's Attack.|
|TM31||Attract||Status||—||100||15||If opponent is the opposite gender, it's less likely to attack.|
|TM34||Sunny Day||Status||—||—||5||Makes it sunny for 5 turns.|
|TM39||Facade||Physical||70||100||20||Power doubles if user is burned, poisoned, or paralyzed.|
|TM50||Bullet Seed||Physical||37.5||100||30||Hits 2-5 times in one turn.|
|TM59||Fling||Physical||—||100||10||Power depends on held item.|
|TM63||Drain Punch||Physical||75||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM74||Venoshock||Special||97.5||100||10||Inflicts double damage if the target is poisoned.|
|TM76||Round||Special||60||100||15||Power increases if teammates use it in the same turn.|
|TM88||Grassy Terrain||Status||—||—||10||Restores a little HP of all Pokémon for 5 turns.|
Vileplume TR Moves
|TR00||Swords Dance||Status||—||—||20||Sharply raises user's Attack.|
|TR01||Body Slam||Physical||85||100||15||May paralyze opponent.|
|TR20||Substitute||Status||—||—||10||Uses HP to creates a decoy that takes hits.|
|TR22||Sludge Bomb||Special||135||100||10||May poison opponent.|
|TR26||Endure||Status||—||—||10||Always left with at least 1 HP, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TR27||Sleep Talk||Status||—||—||10||User performs one of its own moves while sleeping.|
|TR65||Energy Ball||Special||135||100||10||May lower opponent's Special Defense.|
|TR77||Grass Knot||Special||—||100||20||The heavier the opponent, the stronger the attack.|
|TR78||Sludge Wave||Special||142.5||100||10||May poison opponent.|
|TR92||Dazzling Gleam||Special||80||100||10||Hits all adjacent opponents.|
|TR96||Pollen Puff||Special||90||100||15||Deals damage to opponent or restores HP of teammate.|