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Revision as of 14:59, April 1, 2010

Type(s)
[[Rock type|Rock]]  
Species Compass Pokémon
Abilities Sturdy
Pokédex
None ← 299 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From None
Evolves Into [[Probopass]]
Nosepass
299
(ノズパス Nosepass)
299Nosepass
[[Generation III]]
Evolutionary Line
No evolution line
Gender
Genderless
Weight Height
Pokédex Color Egg Group
<font color=Gray>Gray</font>
Body Style Footprint
F299
Cry

Nosepass is a Rock-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. Nosepass can be found as a swarming Pokémon at route 206. It evolves into Probopass when it leveling up in Mt. Coronet.

Type Effectiveness

Weak ToResistsImmune ToNormal
Grass: 2xNormal: ½x Electric: 1x
Water: 2xFire: ½x Ice: 1x
Fighting: 2xPoison: ½x Psychic: 1x
Ground: 2xFlying: ½x Rock: 1x
Steel: 2x  Bug: 1x
   Ghost: 1x
   Dragon: 1x
   Dark: 1x

Bold means STAB (Same-type Attack Bonus)

Generation III

By Leveling Up

Start: Tackle

Lv. 7: Harden

Lv. 13: Rock Throw

Lv. 16: Block

Lv. 22: Thunder Wave

Lv. 28: Rock Slide

Lv. 31: Sandstorm

Lv. 37: Rest

Lv. 43: Zap Cannon

Lv. 46: Lock-On

By TM/HM

TM06: Toxic

TM10: Hidden Power

TM11: Sunny Day

TM12: Taunt

TM17: Protect

TM21: Frustration

TM24: Thunderbolt

TM25: Thunder

TM26: Earthquake

TM27: Return

TM32: Double Team

TM34: Shock Wave

TM37: Sandstorm

TM39: Rock Tomb

TM41: Torment

TM42: Facade

TM43: Secret Power

TM44: Rest

TM45: Attract

HM04: Strength

HM06: Rock Smash

By Breeding

Explosion - Geodude, Graveler, Golem

Magnitude - Geodude, Graveler, Golem

Rollout - Geodude, Graveler, Golem

By Tutoring

Body Slam - FR, LG, E

Defense Curl - E

Double-Edge - FR, LG, E

DynamicPunch - E

Endure - E

Explosion - FR, LG, E

Fire Punch - E

Ice Punch - E

Mimic - FR, LG, E

Mud-Slap - E

Rock Slide - FR, LG, E

Rollout - E

Sleep Talk - E

Snore - E

Substitute - FR, LG, E

Swagger - E

ThunderPunch - E

Thunder Wave - FR, LG, E

Generation IV

By Leveling Up

Start: Tackle

Lv. 7: Harden

Lv. 13: Rock Throw

Lv. 19: Block

Lv. 25: Thunder Wave

Lv. 31: Rock Slide

Lv. 37: Sandstorm

Lv. 43: Rest

Lv. 49: Discharge

Lv. 55: Stone Edge

Lv. 61: Zap Cannon

Lv. 67: Lock-On

Lv. 73: Earth Power

By TM/HM

TM06: Toxic

TM10: Hidden Power

TM11: Sunny Day

TM12: Taunt

TM17: Protect

TM21: Frustration

TM24: Thunderbolt

TM25: Thunder

TM26: Earthquake

TM27: Return

TM32: Double Team

TM34: Shock Wave

TM37: Sandstorm

TM39: Rock Tomb

TM41: Torment

TM42: Facade

TM43: Secret Power

TM44: Rest

TM45: Attract

TM58: Endure

TM64: Explosion

TM69: Rock Polish

TM71: Stone Edge

TM73: Thunder Wave

TM76: Stealth Rock

TM78: Captivate

TM80: Rock Slide

TM82: Sleep Talk

TM83: Natural Gift

TM87: Swagger

TM90: Substitute

HM04: Strength

HM06: Rock Smash

By Breeding

Block - Nosepass, Probopass; Sudowoodo

Double Edge - Geodude, Graveler,Golem; Onix, Steelix; Sudowoodo

Explosion - Geodude, Graveler,Golem

Magnitude - Geodude, Graveler,Golem

Rollout - Geodude, Graveler,Golem

Trivia

  • Nosepass is shown on Pokédex.com as not having an evolution. The same goes for Yanma.

Sources


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