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|National Dex Nr.||#039|
|Kanto Dex Nr.||#039|
|Other Regional Dex Nr(s).|
|Ability/ies||Cute Charm, Friend Guard|
Jigglypuff, known in Japan as プリン (Purin), in France as Rondoudou and Germany as Pummeluff is a normal/fairy-type Balloon Pokémon species introduced in Generation I. They evolve from Igglybuff when leveled up with high friendship and evolve into Wigglytuff when exposed to an Moon Stone.
Jigglypuff is voiced by Mika Kanai in the original Japanese version, Rachael Lillis and Michele Knotz in the English Dub, Mara Winzer and Dina Kuerten in the German Dub, and Guylaine Gibert and Virginie Demians in the French Dub.
Jigglypuff are pink balloon-like Pokémon with large blue eyes and small ears, hands and feet.
Jigglypuff appears as one of the members of the antagonistic team Doomsday Gang. She uses a Vespiquen costume to battle Pikachu.
Jigglypuff will appear in Pikachu's Final Destiny 2 as a non playable character. She is the main villain in Eevee's story, stealing Eevee's costumes from her shop. She also can hypothise people with her cute eyes. She stole Birdo's purple dress and hide in in one of three pipes.
A lone Jigglypuff is the main protagonist in the game, The Chronicles of Jigglypuff: Legendary Dragonslayer who is tasked with fighting off the dragons which have invaded the tranquil lands of Queen Azumarill III's Kingdom.
The Jigglypuff is a Pokémon available for selection by the Kanto Trainers and Johto Trainers (both ♂ and ♀ versions) in this massive battle royale game. In both games, the player will start out with an Igglybuff instead, and will need to evolve it by letting it kill 5 other characters. Jigglypuff 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. Once Jigglypuff has slain 10 characters itself, the option to evolve into a Wigglytuff becomes available.
Although only cosmetic, the player can select Shiny colors at will when selecting their team to deploy into the game as either trainer.
Jigglypuffs are a wild species found on several worlds that can be domesticated by any player for use as a war pet. Capturing a Jigglypuff requires a PokéBall as usual. Like in regular Pokémon games the Jigglypuffs gain experience as they battle, and will eventually evolve into Wigglytuffs if exposed to a Moon Stone. Both the Igglybuff and the Wigglytuff can also be found in the wild. 1% of encountered Jigglypuffs will appear as Shiny.
Jigglypuff is expected to reappear in this Pokémon game due to the creature's popularity. They would be appearing as prey animals.
The Jigglypuff make their only appearance in the Urth series in this fanon-themed side-sequel to the original Monster Space. Here their younger form, the Igglybuff, 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 and they will evolve as soon as their Happiness Gauge reaches maximum, which steadily but slowly increases the longer the Pokémon is kept out as the current Battle Pet. The Jigglypuff will again evolve by using a Moon Stone in its presence.
She's one of the victims of the Kirthar's Snap Finger.
Jigglypuff is a returning veteran in SSBUF. He confirmed to appear on May 29, 2018 along side the rest of the original 4 unlockables.
|Universe||Pokémon||Full Name||Jane Puff|
|Home Stage||Pokémon Studium||Main Track||Battle Trainer PKMN R/B|
|Alt. Track||Battle Trainer PKMN B/W||Neutral Special||Pound|
|Side Special||Rollout||UP Special||Puff Up|
|Down Special||Rest||Final Smash||Twinkle Tackle|
|On Screen Appearance||Poké Ball||Boxing Ring Name||The Sleepy Singer|
|Number of Palettes||13||Availability||Starter|
|An amiibo figure of Jigglypuff exists! For more info about this amiibo, see this page.|
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