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|type = dark
 
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|type2 = ice
 
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|name = Silver's Sneasel
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|name = Silver's Weavile
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|image = Weavile Manga.png
 
|image = Weavile Manga.png
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|trainer = Silver (Adventures){{!}}Silver
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
|ability =
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|debut = [[GS002: Who Gives a Hoothoot?|Who Gives a Hoothoot?]]
|debut = Pokémon Adventures: Volume 8
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|location = With Silver
|location = With [[Silver (Adventures)|Silver]]
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|episodesuntilevolved = 353 chapters as a [[Sneasel]]}}
|trainer = Silver
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'''Silver's Weavile''' is [[Silver (Adventures)|Silver's]] first Pokemon obtained in the manga, and is also a major part of his team in the games.
|episodecaught = Prior to [[Pokémon Adventures]]
 
|episodesuntilevolved = 353 rounds as a [[Sneasel]]}}
 
   
'''Silver's Weavile''' is [[Silver (Adventures)|Silver's]] first Pokemon obtained in the manga, and is also a major part of [[Silver (Game)|his]] [[Silver's Pokemon Teams (Gold/Silver)|team in]] [[Silver's Pokemon Teams (HeartGold/SoulSilver)|the games]].
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==Biography==
 
==In the manga==
 
===Biography===
 
 
Sneasel was Silver's first Pokémon, that he has had with him since childhood, prior to his kidnapping from the Masked Man at age two.
 
Sneasel was Silver's first Pokémon, that he has had with him since childhood, prior to his kidnapping from the Masked Man at age two.
   
It made it's [[Pokemon Adventures]] debut in the end of the first chapter, clinging onto the ceiling with Silver unseen, waiting to strike. He helps Silver to kidnap a Totodile, and fought off Gold's Aipom with Icy Wind. Througout the series, he was has main battling Pokemon, alongside Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr.
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It made its debut in the end of the first chapter, clinging onto the ceiling with Silver unseen, waiting to strike. He helps Silver to kidnap a Totodile, and fought off Gold's Aipom with Icy Wind. Throughout the series, he was has main battling Pokemon, alongside Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr.
   
He used it to battle the Masked Man, but his Pokemon were too elusive for Sneasel nor Exbo to hit them. He eventally is able to hit them with Icy Wind, but was crushed by their devastating attacks. Sneasel fought against Chuck's Hitmontop, but despite the 4X disadvantage, he held his own. Sneasel also fought against the Masked Man's Pokemon with Beat Up in a rematch, but the real battle lied in the hands of the 3 [[Red (Adventures)|original]] [[Blue (Adventures)|Pokedex ]][[Green (Adventures)|holders]], alongside the [[Articuno|3]] [[Zapdos|legendary]] [[Moltres|birds]]. 
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He used it to battle the Masked Man, but his Pokemon were too elusive for Sneasel nor Exbo to hit them. He eventually is able to hit them with Icy Wind, but was crushed by their devastating attacks. Sneasel fought against Chuck's Hitmontop, but despite the 4X disadvantage, he held his own. Sneasel also fought against the Masked Man's Pokemon with Beat Up in a rematch, but the real battle lied in the hands of the 3 [[Red (Adventures)|original]] [[Blue (Adventures)|Pokedex]][[Green (Adventures)|holders]], alongside the [[Articuno|3]] [[Zapdos|legendary]] [[Moltres|birds]]. 
   
 
It was also shown to have a good memory of Silver's past, and was used to coerce Silver into remembering it, through assistance from [[Yellow (Adventures)|Yellow]].
 
It was also shown to have a good memory of Silver's past, and was used to coerce Silver into remembering it, through assistance from [[Yellow (Adventures)|Yellow]].
   
In the HeartGold/SoulSilver chapter, Silver was ambused by a mass off Koffing belonging to Team Rocket, but Sneasel evolved into a Weavile with a Razor Claw, and then defeated all of them with a single Icy Wind. Before evolving, Sneasel stole a plate from one of them, which he took and intrest to. He was also used in the next chapter to fight the same mob of Koffig, who were to trying to poison him. He took them all out with another Icy Wind, and sealed the vents that were leaking the poisonous gas with the same move, as well as stealing 2 more of Petrel's plates. Weavile then was sent out to recieve all 17 plates, and succeds. He was also used against Arceus and the creation trio, and did damage to the 3 Dragon types with Icy Wind. He focuses an Assurance on Girintina, but is overwhelmed by the powerful legendaries.
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In the HeartGold/SoulSilver chapter, Silver was ambused by a mass off Koffing belonging to Team Rocket, but Sneasel evolved into a Weavile with a Razor Claw, and then defeated all of them with a single Icy Wind. Before evolving, Sneasel stole a plate from one of them, which he took and interest to. He was also used in the next chapter to fight the same mob of Koffig, who were to trying to poison him. He took them all out with another Icy Wind, and sealed the vents that were leaking the poisonous gas with the same move, as well as stealing 2 more of Petrel's plates. Weavile then was sent out to receive all 17 plates, and succeeds. He was also used against Arceus and the creation trio, and did damage to the 3 Dragon types with Icy Wind. He focuses an Assurance on Girintina, but is overwhelmed by the powerful legendaries.
 
It is at a whopping level 84, making it tied with [[Gold (Adventures)|Gold's]] Typlosion (Exbo) for the strongest Pokemon in the Gold/Silver/Crysatal arc (as none of [[Crystal (Adventures)|Crystal's]] Pokemon have surpassed level 80). However, their levels are dwarved compared to Red'd pokemon, of which Saur and Pika surpass level 90, and the others are in the high 80's.
 
 
===Moveset===
 
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==In the Games==
 
Unlike in the Manga, Silver's Sneasel is the fifth Pokemon he obtains.
 
 
The first time it is used, it is his most powerful, high leveled Pokemon, but in future battles it is his lowest leveled. On top of this, Sneasel had the ability to evolve in the Generation 4 remakes, but did not, which made him increasingly easy to defeat in future battles.
 
 
===[[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Gold & Silver]]/[[Pokemon Crystal|Crystal]]===
 
===Goldenrod Tunnel===
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 1
 
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|P1 = Sneasel
 
|T1P1 = Ice
 
|LvP1 = 32
 
|T2P1 = Dark
 
|ItemP1 = None
 
|ItmP2 = None
 
|ItmP3 = None
 
|ItmP4 = None
 
|ItmP5 = None
 
|ItmP6 = None|M1P1 = [[Leer]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Faint Attack]]
 
|M3P1 = [[Screech]]
 
|M4P1 = [[Quick Attack]]|AbiP1 = N/A}}
 
 
===Victory Road/Mt.Moon/Indigo Plateau===
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 1
 
|FileP1 = CrystalSneasel.gif
 
|P1 = Sneasel
 
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|T2P1 = Dark
 
|GP1 = ♂
 
|ItemP1 = None
 
|M1P1 = [[Fury Cutter]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Faint Attack]]
 
|M3P1 = [[Screech]]
 
|M4P1 = [[Quick Attack]]|AbiP1 = N/A}}
 
 
===[[Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold & SoulSilver]]===
 
===Goldenrod Tunnel/Victory Road===
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 1
 
|FileP1 = Sneasel(HGSS)(M)Sprite.png
 
|P1 = Sneasel
 
|T1P1 = Ice
 
|T2P1 = Dark
 
|GP1 = ♂
 
|LvP1 = 34/36
 
|AbiP1 = Inner Focus
 
|M1P1 = [[Icy Wind]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Faint Attack]]
 
|M3P1 = [[Quick Attack]]
 
|M4P1 = [[Fury Swipes]]
 
|ItemP1 = None}}
 
   
===Mt. Moon===
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It is at a whopping level 84, making it tied with [[Gold (Adventures)|Gold's]] Typlosion (Exbo) for the strongest Pokemon in the Gold/Silver/Crysatal arc (as none of [[Crystal (Adventures)|Crystal's]] Pokemon have surpassed level 80). However, their levels are dwarved compared to Red's Pokémon, of which Saur and Pika surpass level 90, and the others are in the high 80's.
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 1
 
|FileP1 = Sneasel(HGSS)(M)Sprite.png
 
|P1 = Sneasel
 
|T1P1 = Ice
 
|T2P1 = Dark
 
|GP1 = ♂
 
|LvP1 = 46
 
|AbiP1 = Inner Focus
 
|M1P1 = [[Icy Wind]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Faint Attack]]
 
|M3P1 = [[Quick Attack]]
 
|M4P1 = [[Shadow Claw]]|ItemP1 = None}}
 
   
===Indigo Plateau===
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==Known moves==
{{Trainer
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|NoP = 1
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|FileP1 = Sneasel(HGSS)(M)Sprite.png
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{{MoveBoxMid|Protect|type=normal|GS003: Sneasel Sneak Attack|othername=Sneasel Sneak Attack}}
|P1 = Sneasel
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{{MoveBoxMid|Faint Attack|type=dark|GS004: Elekid Incorporated|othername=Elekid Incoperated}}
|T1P1 = Ice
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{{MoveBoxMid|Ice Punch|type=ice|GS011: Teddiursa's Picnic|othername=Teddiursa's Picnic}}
|T2P1 = Dark
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{{MoveBoxMid|Blizzard|type=ice|GS021: Tyranitar War|othername = Tyranitar War}}
|GP1 =
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{{MoveBoxMid|Quick Attack|type=normal|GS024: Delibird Delivery - 2|othername=Delibird Delivery -2}}
|LvP1 = 55
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{{MoveBoxMid|Rock Smash|type=fighting|GS024: Delibird Delivery - 2|othername=Delibird Delivery -2}}
|AbiP1 = Inner Focus
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{{MoveBoxMid|Thief|CR057: The Last Battle VII|type=dark|othername=The Last Battle VII}}
|M1P1 = [[Icy Wind]]
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{{MoveBoxMid|Beat Up|type=dark|CR061: The Last Battle XI|othername=The Last Battle XI}}
|M2P1 = [[Faint Attack]]
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{{MoveBoxMid|Assurance|type=dark|Pokémon Adventures|othername=VS Arceus VIII|recent = yes}}
|M3P1 = [[Metal Claw]]
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{{MoveBoxEnd|type = dark|type2=ice}}
|M4P1 = [[Shadow Claw]]
 
|ItemP1 = None}}
 
   
==Triva==
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==Gallery==
*Despite being fully accessible in Generation II, Sneasel's signature Icy Wind is absent until the [[Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver|Generation IV]].
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<gallery>
[[Category:Ice Pokémon]]
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Silver's Weavile as Sneasel.PNG|As Sneasel
[[Category:Dark Pokémon]]
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Silver's Weavile Icy Wind as Sneasel.PNG|Using Icy Wind as Sneasel
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Silver's Weavile Protect as Sneasel.PNG|Using Protect as Sneasel
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Silver's Weavile Faint Attack as Sneasel.PNG|Using Faint Attack as Sneasel
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Silver's Weavile Quick Attack as Sneasel.PNG|Using Quick Attack as Sneasel
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Silver's Weavile Rock Smash as Sneasel.PNG|Using Rock Smash as Sneasel
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Silver's Weavile Beat Up as Sneasel.PNG|Using Beat Up as Sneasel
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Silver Weavile Assurance.png|Using Assurance
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</gallery>
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[[Category:Ice-type manga Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Dark-type manga Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 19:46, July 22, 2015

Silver's Weavile
Japanese Name
Weavile Manga
General
Trainer: Silver
Gender: Male
Debut: Who Gives a Hoothoot?
Current location: With Silver
Details
Evolved: 353 chapters as a Sneasel

Silver's Weavile is Silver's first Pokemon obtained in the manga, and is also a major part of his team in the games.

BiographyEdit

Sneasel was Silver's first Pokémon, that he has had with him since childhood, prior to his kidnapping from the Masked Man at age two.

It made its debut in the end of the first chapter, clinging onto the ceiling with Silver unseen, waiting to strike. He helps Silver to kidnap a Totodile, and fought off Gold's Aipom with Icy Wind. Throughout the series, he was has main battling Pokemon, alongside Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr.

He used it to battle the Masked Man, but his Pokemon were too elusive for Sneasel nor Exbo to hit them. He eventually is able to hit them with Icy Wind, but was crushed by their devastating attacks. Sneasel fought against Chuck's Hitmontop, but despite the 4X disadvantage, he held his own. Sneasel also fought against the Masked Man's Pokemon with Beat Up in a rematch, but the real battle lied in the hands of the 3 original Pokedexholders, alongside the 3 legendary birds

It was also shown to have a good memory of Silver's past, and was used to coerce Silver into remembering it, through assistance from Yellow.

In the HeartGold/SoulSilver chapter, Silver was ambused by a mass off Koffing belonging to Team Rocket, but Sneasel evolved into a Weavile with a Razor Claw, and then defeated all of them with a single Icy Wind. Before evolving, Sneasel stole a plate from one of them, which he took and interest to. He was also used in the next chapter to fight the same mob of Koffig, who were to trying to poison him. He took them all out with another Icy Wind, and sealed the vents that were leaking the poisonous gas with the same move, as well as stealing 2 more of Petrel's plates. Weavile then was sent out to receive all 17 plates, and succeeds. He was also used against Arceus and the creation trio, and did damage to the 3 Dragon types with Icy Wind. He focuses an Assurance on Girintina, but is overwhelmed by the powerful legendaries.

It is at a whopping level 84, making it tied with Gold's Typlosion (Exbo) for the strongest Pokemon in the Gold/Silver/Crysatal arc (as none of Crystal's Pokemon have surpassed level 80). However, their levels are dwarved compared to Red's Pokémon, of which Saur and Pika surpass level 90, and the others are in the high 80's.

Known movesEdit

Move
Episode
Silver&#039;s Weavile Ice Punch as Sneasel
Icy Wind + Sneasel Sneak Attack
Protect Sneasel Sneak Attack
Faint Attack Elekid Incoperated
Ice Punch Teddiursa's Picnic
Blizzard Tyranitar War
Quick Attack Delibird Delivery -2
Rock Smash Delibird Delivery -2
Thief The Last Battle VII
Beat Up The Last Battle XI
Assurance + VS Arceus VIII
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

GalleryEdit

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