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Type
Normal  Fairy
Species Balloon Pokémon
Abilities Cute Charm
Competitive
Friend Guard (DW)
Pokédex
Ninetales ← 039 → Wigglytuff
Kanto 039 Johto 044
Hoenn 138 Sinnoh N/A
Unova 282 Mountain Kalos 120
Evolves From Igglybuff
Evolves Into Wigglytuff
Jigglypuff
039
プリン Purin
039Jigglypuff
Generation I
Evolutionary Line
174039040
Gender
25% ♂ / 75 % ♀
Weight Height
12.1 lbs. 5.5 kg 1'08" 0.5 m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
Pink Fairy
Body Style Footprint
Body12
F039
Cry

Jigglypuff (Japanese: プリン Purin) is a Normal/Fairy-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. Before Generation VI, it was pure Normal-type.

Biology

Physiology

Jigglypuff is a balloon Pokémon. Its body is globular, pink, fluffy, cuddly, and accented with stubby appendages, a tiny tuft of a single curl of hair, and enormous blue eyes, featuring green eyes for its alternate color version. Its skin is rubbery and stretchy. Jigglypuff can inflate its body like a balloon, or flatten its body, much like fellow Nintendo character Kirby. An exact limit to the size it can grow to in this manner is unknown. Jigglypuff evolves from Igglybuff with a high level of friendship, and to Wigglytuff when exposed to a Moon Stone. In super Smash Bros. Brawl, its Final Smash allows it to grow constantly, knocking other players off the screen. After some time, Jigglypuff shrinks to her normal size. In the anime, Jigglypuff sang a lullaby to make people and Pokémon go to sleep.

Evolution

Jigglypuff is the evolved form of Igglybuff. It also evolves into Wigglytuff by use of a Moon Stone.

Game info

Game locations

Jigglypuff Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Red/Blue Route 3 Uncommon
Yellow Route 5-8 Uncommon
Gold/Silver Route 3, 4, 46 Rare
Crystal Route 5-8, 34, 35 Rare
Ruby/ Sapphire Route 115 Rare
Emerald Route 115 Rare
FireRed/ LeafGreen Route 3 Rare
Diamond/ Pearl Trophy Garden Rare
Platinum Trophy Garden Rare
HeartGold/SoulSilver Route 3, 4, Safari Zone Uncommon
Black/White Route 14 Rare
X/Y Route 20, Pokémon Village Common


Side Game Locations

Jigglypuff Locations
Game(s) Location
Pokémon Channel Mt. Snowfall
Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire Plains
Pokémon Trozei! Endless Level 61, 78, Forever Level 11, Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Wish Cave (1-4F), Joyous Tower (1-3F)
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Marine Resort (1-19BF)
Pokémon Ranger Fall City
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Crysta Cave
Pokémon Rumble Silent Forest


Pokédex entries

Pokédex Entries
Red
Blue
When its huge eyes light up, it sings a mysteriously soothing melody that lulls its enemies to sleep.
Yellow
Uses its alluring eyes to enrapture its foe. It then sings a pleasing melody that lulls the foe to sleep.
Gold
If it inflates to Sing a lullaby, it can perform longer and cause sure drowsiness in its audience.
Silver
Looking into its cute, round eyes causes it to sing a relaxing melody, inducing its enemies to sleep.
Crystal
It rolls its cute eyes as it sings a soothing lullaby. Its gentle song puts anyone who hears it to sleep.
Ruby
Jigglypuff's vocal chords can freely adjust the wavelength of its voice. This Pokémon uses this ability to sing at precisely the right wavelength to make its foes most drowsy.
Sapphire
When this Pokémon sings, it never pauses to breathe. If it is in a battle against an opponent that does not easily fall asleep, Jigglypuff cannot breathe, endangering its life.
Emerald
Nothing can avoid falling asleep hearing a Jigglypuff's song. The sound waves of its singing voice match the brain waves of someone in a deep sleep.
FireRed
It captivates foes with its huge, round eyes, then lulls them to sleep by singing a soothing melody.
LeafGreen
When its huge eyes waver, it sings a mysteriously soothing melody that lulls its enemies to sleep.
Diamond
When it wavers its big, round eyes, it begins singing a lullaby that makes everyone drowsy.
Pearl
When it wavers its big, round eyes, it begins singing a lullaby that makes everyone drowsy.
Platinum
When it wavers its big, round eyes, it begins singing a lullaby that makes everyone drowsy.
HeartGold
If it inflates to Sing a lullaby, it can perform longer and cause sure drowsiness in its audience.
SoulSilver
Looking into its cute, round eyes causes it to sing a relaxing melody, inducing its enemies to sleep.
Black
When it wavers its big, round eyes, it begins singing a lullaby that makes everyone drowsy.
White
When it wavers its big, round eyes, it begins singing a lullaby that makes everyone drowsy.
Black 2
Looking into its cute, round eyes makes it start singing a song so pleasant listeners can't help but fall asleep.
White 2
Looking into its cute, round eyes makes it start singing a song so pleasant listeners can't help but fall asleep.
X
It captivates foes with its huge, round eyes, then lulls them to sleep by singing a soothing melody.
Y
If it inflates to sing a lullaby, it can perform longer and cause sure drowsiness in its audience.

Learnset

Generation I

Main article: Jigglypuff/Learnset Generation I


Appearances

Anime

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Jigglypuff.

Main article: Jigglypuff (anime)

In the Pokémon anime series, Jigglypuff is a recurring character who aspires to be a great singer after the inspiration of Ash Ketchum and company. Unfortunately, every potential audience falls asleep before the song finishes. Jigglypuff does not usually choose an appropriate time to sing and has been a hazard many times, especially on moving vehicles. Because of this, Ash Ketchum and his companions often find themselves running away from Jigglypuff, who obviously isn't pleased with the fact that everyone falls asleep whenever it sings. It keeps with it a black marker, its "microphone," and uses it to scribble on anyone who dares to fall asleep while it's performing (after it inflates itself in anger with a distinctive "honk" sound). Only on two occasions has Jigglypuff believed that anyone had heard its song to the end: in the first, Jigglypuff realizes that Misty's Psyduck was sleeping with its eyes open, and in the second, a Whismur (a Pokémon with "soundproof" ability and therefore immune to sound-based Pokémon moves) had heard the song the first time, but on the second time it was tired so it fell asleep anyway. There was once when Jigglypuff sang to two gigantic Pokémon battling each other, but these two Pokémon did not fall asleep, and instead Jigglypuff was knocked away by the energy of their battle. Another Jigglypuff (In the episode Rough, Tough, Jigglypuff) had a Loudred (Whismur's evolved form and therefore also bearing the "soundproof" ability) listen to its song, but it didn't care as this Jigglypuff was using Sing for an attack. There is also a jumbo Jigglypuff that appeared in The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis it called Bigglybuff or Jigglyjiant. It put the giant Gengar and the giant Alakazam to sleep but it was angry and painted on their faces with the paint brush in the bell it came out of. It has markings on it and it is very big.

Trivia

JigglyPuff

JigglyPuff in Pokemon X and Y.

  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Solid Snake says "Jigglypuff? Is that some kind of marshmallow?".
  • Jigglypuff's appearance resembles Kirby, another Nintendo character, and Stella, the pink bird from Angry birds by Rovio Entertainment (who is not a Nintendo Character).
  • Jigglypuff and Pidgey both have the same cry, but Jigglypuff's cry is higher and Pidgey's cry is lower (in tone).
  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Jigglypuff's Rest attack can be an offense move. But in the Pokemon games and in the anime, it only makes the Pokemon regain its health.
  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Jigglypuff's Final Smash is called Puff Up. However, this move has never existed in the Pokemon World, just as Lucario's Aura Storm.

Origins

Jigglypuff appears to be based on a balloon.

The name Jigglypuff is a portmanteau of the words jiggly, referring to its motion, and puff, referring to its buoyancy. Its Japanese name, Purin, probably derives from Purin (プリン, Purin?), the Japanese word for custard pudding. It may also come from a combination of many Japanese words; fukureru (膨れる, fukureru?), meaning to swell or expand; fukafukashita (ふかふかした, fukafukashita?), meaning soft or fluffy; fūsen (風船, fūsen?), meaning balloon; and mari (鞠, mari?), meaning ball. Essentially, it could be taken to mean "a soft and fluffy ball," "a swelling balloon," or a combination of the two.

In other languages

  • German - Pummeluff
  • French - Rondoudou
  • Mandarin - 胖丁 (pang ding)

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