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Type(s)
Normal  Flying
Species Valiant Pokémon
Abilities Keen Eye
Sheer Force
Defiant (DW)
Pokédex
Rufflet ← 628 → Vullaby
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From Rufflet
Evolves Into None
Braviary
628
(ウォーグル Wargle)
Generation V
Evolutionary Line
627628
Gender
100% ♂ / 0 % ♀
Weight Height
41.0kg 1.5m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
<font color=Red>Red</font> Flying
Body Style Footprint
F628
Cry

Braviary (Japanese: ウォーグル Wargle) is a Normal/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V that is classified as the Valor Pokémon and has the abilities Keen Eye, Defiant and Sheer Force, which boosts the power of its attacks but prevents any secondary effects such as Poisoning or Burning. It can learn the moves Wing Attack, Peck, Fury Attack, Hyper Beam and a new one called Sky Drop. It is a version exclusive of Pokémon White.

Evolution

Braviary evolves from Rufflet at level 54.

Game Info

Game Locations

Braviary Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Black/White Route 11, Village Bridge (White only) Rare
X/Y Evolve Rufflet None


Pokédex Entries

Pokédex Entries
Black
They fight for their friends without any thought about danger to themselves. One can carry a car while flying.
White
The more scars they have, the more respect these brave soldiers of the sky get from their peers.
Black 2
For the sake of its friends, this brave warrior of the sky will not stop battling, even if injured.
White 2
For the sake of its friends, this brave warrior of the sky will not stop battling, even if injured.
X
Y

Learnset

Leveling Generation V
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Peck 35 100% 35 Flying Physical
1 Leer –% 30 Normal Status
1 Fury Attack 15 85% 20 Normal Physical
1 Wing Attack 60 100% 35 Flying Physical
6 Fury Attack 15 85% 20 Normal Physical
10 Wing Attack 60 100% 35 Flying Physical
14 Hone Claws –% 15 Dark Status
19 Scary Face 100% 10 Normal Status
23 Aerial Ace 60 –% 20 Flying Physical
28 Slash 70 100% 20 Normal Physical
32 Defog –% 15 Flying Status
37 Tailwind –% 30 Flying Status
41 Air Slash 75 95% 20 Flying Special
46 Crush Claw 75 95% 10 Normal Physical
50 Sky Drop 60 100% 10 Flying Physical
51 Superpower 120 100% 5 Fighting Physical
57 Whirlwind 100% 20 Flying Status
63 Brave Bird 120 100% 15 Flying Physical
70 Thrash 120 100% 10 Normal Physical

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites

Version
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Braviary BW
Shiny Braviary BW
X Y Back


Trivia

  • It is most likely based on a Bald Eagle, one of the national symbols of the United States, or a Golden Eagle.
  • Its English name, Braviary, is derived from the words "Brave", possibly meaning courage or having to do with American Indian Braves, and "Aviary", meaning a large cage or a house or enclosure in which birds are kept.
  • Its Japanese name, Wargle, is derived from war and eagle.
  • It was revealed in the August issue of Coro Coro along with six other Pokémon on July 11, 2010.
  • Braviary is exclusive to Pokémon White, where as its counterpart, Mandibuzz, is exclusive to Pokémon Black.
  • Braviary is an all-male species, where as its counterpart Mandibuzz is all-female.
  • Braviary requires a Ditto in order to breed, as breeding it with Mandibuzz will only spawn Vullaby eggs (This is the same relationship shared between Tauros and Miltank).
  • It is interesting to note that a person with black version, a DS, and Wi-Fi can get Braviary after battling Cynthia. But one with White, a DS, and Wi-Fi can't get the counterpart Mandibuzz, due to no trainers using it on either game (except on the Battle Subway which doesn't register Pokémon seen in the Pokédex.)
  • Braviary has the 2nd highest attack stat (123) of all non-legendary bird based Pokémon, with the highest attack belonging to Honchkrow (125).
  • Before being revealed that the Unova region was based on America, many Pokémon fans considered Braviary's Bald Eagle-esque appearance as evidence that the games were based there.
  • Braviary is August in the Pokémon Horoscope, the same date as the Coro Coro issue it was revealed.

Sources


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