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{{PokéBox
 
{{PokéBox
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|border={{Fairy}}
 
 
|name=Togepi
 
|name=Togepi
|jname=(トゲピー ''Togepii'')
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|jname=トゲピー Togepii
|image=Togepi.png
 
 
|ndex=175
 
|ndex=175
|evofrom=None
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|ndexprev=Igglybuff
|evointo=[[Togetic]]
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|ndexnext=Togetic
|gen=[[Generation II]]
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|dexjohto=046
|pronun=<math>TOW-ga-pee</math>
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|dexsinnoh={{tt|173|Only in Platinum}}
|hp=35
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|evointo=Togetic
|atk=20
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|gen=Generation II
|def=65
 
|satk=40
 
|sdef=65
 
|spd=20
 
|total=245
 
 
|species=Spike Ball Pokémon
 
|species=Spike Ball Pokémon
|type={{type|Fairy}}
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|body=12
|height=<span class="explain" title="0.3 m">1'00"</span>
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|type=Fairy
|weight=<span class="explain" title="1.5kg">3.3 lbs</span>
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|imheight=1'00"
|ability=[[Hustle]]<br>[[Serene Grace]]<br>[[Super Luck]] ([[Dream World]])
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|metheight=0.3 m
|color=<span style="color:silver;">'''White'''</span>
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|imweight=3.3 lbs.
|gender=<span class="female">12.5% ♀</span>/ <span class="male">87.5% ♂</span>
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|metweight=1.5 kg
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|ability=[[Hustle]]<br />[[Serene Grace]]
'''Togepi''' (Japanese: '''トゲピー''' ''Togepii'') is a {{Type|Fairy}}-[[Types|type]] (formerly {{Type|Normal}}-type) [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation II]].
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|dw=Super Luck
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|color=White
It is most famous for being the first of the second generation Pokémon to be known, although [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] did see a [[Ho-Oh]] in the first episode, though not named. Most Togepi are hatched from a [[Pokémon Egg]]. In some games ([[Pokémon Platinum]] and [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold]] for example) you will receive an egg; Togepi may come out, and in Diamond and Pearl, they can be found in the wild after you receive the National Pokédex.
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|male=87.5
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|evo=[[File:175.png]][[File:176.png|link=Togetic]][[File:468.png|link=Togekiss]]}}
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'''Togepi''' (Japanese: '''トゲピー''' ''Togepii'') is a {{Type|Fairy}}-[[Types|type]] (formerly {{Type|Normal}}-type) [[Pokémon (creature)|Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation II]].
   
==Appearance==
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==Biology==
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===Physiology===
 
Togepi is a Pokémon who appears to not have fully hatched out of its shell; only its head and stubby hands and feet appear out of its egg's shell. The parts of its body that appear are a pale cream color, whereas the shell is dominantly white. Togepi's shell also has red and blue markings, shaped as triangles. Its head has five spikes that appear to form a crown. Its eyes are small, black, and oval-shaped.
 
Togepi is a Pokémon who appears to not have fully hatched out of its shell; only its head and stubby hands and feet appear out of its egg's shell. The parts of its body that appear are a pale cream color, whereas the shell is dominantly white. Togepi's shell also has red and blue markings, shaped as triangles. Its head has five spikes that appear to form a crown. Its eyes are small, black, and oval-shaped.
   
 
==Evolution==
 
==Evolution==
 
'''Togepi''' [[Evolution|evolves]] into [[Togetic]] when leveled up with max friendship, whom, in turn, will evolve into [[Togekiss]] in [[Generation IV]] when exposed to a Shiny Stone.
 
'''Togepi''' [[Evolution|evolves]] into [[Togetic]] when leveled up with max friendship, whom, in turn, will evolve into [[Togekiss]] in [[Generation IV]] when exposed to a Shiny Stone.
 
==In the anime==
 
[[File:ImagesCAKOYHDV.jpg|thumb|Togepi in the anime]]In [[IL046: Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]] in the [[Pokémon Anime|''Pokémon'' television series]], [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] discovers an egg in the ancient ruins at Grandpa Canyon. They carry this egg around until the episode [[IL050: Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]. At that point Ash's Pokédex doesn't know about Togepi and it says more to be discovered about it.
 
 
===Misty's Togepi===
 
{{Main|Misty's Togetic}}
 
 
===In DP142===
 
{{Main|DP142: Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!}}
 
In the episode "Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!" an evil (or a "''Naughty''") female Togepi wanders around Team Rocket's new hideout and cause a lot of mischief for Team Rocket and Ash, Dawn, and Brock. It plays pranks, using [[Attract]] to manipulate [[Pikachu]], [[Piplup]], [[Croagunk]], and [[Meowth]] (Jessie's [[Yanmega]] is unaffected due to it being female) to steal Team Rocket's space rocket. Brock's [[Happiny]] manages to snap them of it. Happiny and Togepi get ready to duel each other when the rocket is hit by [[Rayquaza]]'s [[Hyper Beam]]. Ash, Dawn, Brock, Team Rocket, and their Pokémon work together to stabilize the rocket, but Happiny and Togepi's fight causes it to fall again. Togepi uses [[Psychic]] to save itself as well as everyone on board, landing the rocket safely. Togepi tells the others (via Meowth translating for it) that it is tired and is going home to rest. The Togepi leaves as the rocket explodes, skipping away innocently. It is seen at the end of the episode making its sinister face.
 
 
It is set to reappear in the Pikachu short airing along with the 15th Pokémon movie. It is possibly the Togepi in its cute form in [[Unova]].
 
   
 
==In the games==
 
==In the games==
 
[[file:Togepi Egg Sprite.png|80px|thumb|Togepi Egg]]
 
[[file:Togepi Egg Sprite.png|80px|thumb|Togepi Egg]]
 
Togepi's movepool is rather limited, making it difficult to train. It is not considered to be a very strong, competitive Pokémon, and is mostly adored due to its appearance. It will evolve into [[Togetic]] once it reaches maximum happiness.
 
Togepi's movepool is rather limited, making it difficult to train. It is not considered to be a very strong, competitive Pokémon, and is mostly adored due to its appearance. It will evolve into [[Togetic]] once it reaches maximum happiness.
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Togepi appears from the Poké Ball item in [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]. Like [[Clefairy]], Togepi uses Metronome, but unlike Clefairy, the resultant attacks cause status effects in the area around Togepi (Freeze, Burying, Flower on Head, Sleep), with the exception of one rare attack, where Togepi blackens out the screen for a few seconds (Night Shade) which can cause mass chaos, especially on moving levels or boss fights. It is also an unlockable trophy.
 
Togepi appears from the Poké Ball item in [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]. Like [[Clefairy]], Togepi uses Metronome, but unlike Clefairy, the resultant attacks cause status effects in the area around Togepi (Freeze, Burying, Flower on Head, Sleep), with the exception of one rare attack, where Togepi blackens out the screen for a few seconds (Night Shade) which can cause mass chaos, especially on moving levels or boss fights. It is also an unlockable trophy.
   
 
==Game info==
 
==Game info==
 
===Game locations===
 
===Game locations===
{{Game Locations|
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{{Game Locations
backcolor={{Normal}}|
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|backcolor={{Fairy}}
pokemon=Togepi|
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|goldsilver=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Pokémon Center]]
goldsilver=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Pokémon Center]]|
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|gsrarity=One
gsrarity=One|
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|crystal=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Pokémon Center]]
crystal=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Pokémon Center]]|
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|crarity=One
crarity=One|
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|rubysapphire=[[Trade]]
rubysapphire=[[Trade]]|
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|rsrarity=None
rsrarity=None|
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|emerald=[[Trade]]
emerald=[[Trade]]|
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|erarity=None
erarity=None|
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|fireredleafgreen=Hatch [[egg]] received from gentleman on [[Water Labyrinth]]
fireredleafgreen=Hatch [[egg]] received from gentleman on [[Water Labyrinth]]|
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|frlgrarity=One
frlgrarity=One|
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|diamondpearl=[[Route 230]] (Poké Radar)
diamondpearl=[[Route 230]] (Poké Radar)|
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|dprarity=Rare
dprarity=Rare|
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|platinum=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Cynthia]] in [[Eterna City]], or [[Route 230]] (Poké Radar)
platinum=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Cynthia]] in [[Eterna City]], or [[Route 230]] (Poké Radar)|
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|ptrarity=Rare
ptrarity=Rare|
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|heargoldsoulsilver=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Poké Mart]]
heargoldsoulsilver=Hatch [[egg]] received from [[Professor Elm]]'s assistant in [[Violet City]] [[Poké Mart]]|
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|hgssrarity=One
hgssrarity=One|
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|blackwhite=Shaking grass in [[White Forest]] (White only)
blackwhite=Shaking grass in [[White Forest]] (White only)|
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|bwrarity=Rare
bwrarity=Rare|
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|xy=[[Trade]]
}}
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|xyrarity=None}}
   
====Side game Llocations====
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====Side game Locations====
{{Side Game Locations|
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{{Side Game Locations
backcolor={{Normal}}|
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|backcolor={{Fairy}}
Pokemon=Togepi|
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|Channel=Cobalt Coast
Channel=Cobalt Coast|
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|Trozei=Endless Level 1,<br />Endless Level 5,<br />Forever Level 50,<br />Mr. Who's Den
Trozei=Endless Level 1,<br>Endless Level 5,<br>Forever Level 50,<br>Mr. Who's Den|
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|PMD1=[[Wish Cave]] (5F-10F)
PMD1=[[Wish Cave]] (5F-10F)|
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|PMD2=[[Happy Outlook]] (B1F-B15F)
PMD2=[[Happy Outlook]] (B1F-B15F)|
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
===Pokédex entries===
 
===Pokédex entries===
{{GenIIPokédex|
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{{Pokédexentries
backcolor={{Normal}}|
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|backcolor={{Fairy}}
name=Togepi|
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|gen=II
gold=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.|
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|gold=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
silver=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.|
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|silver=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
crystal=It is considered to be a symbol of good luck. Its shell is said to be filled with happiness.|
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|crystal=It is considered to be a symbol of good luck. Its shell is said to be filled with happiness.
ruby=As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.|
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|ruby=As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.
sapphire=As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.|
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|sapphire=As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.
emerald=As its energy, it uses the feelings of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. It stores up happy feelings in its shell, then shares them out.|
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|emerald=As its energy, it uses the feelings of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. It stores up happy feelings in its shell, then shares them out.
firered=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.|
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|firered=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
leafgreen=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.|
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|leafgreen=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
diamond=Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.|
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|diamond=Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.
pearl=Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.|
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|pearl=Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.
platinum=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.|
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|platinum=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
heartgold=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.|
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|heartgold=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
soulsilver=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.|
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|soulsilver=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
black=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.|
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|black=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
white=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.|
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|white=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
black 2=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.|
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|black 2=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
white 2=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.|
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|white 2=It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
}}
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|x=The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
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|y=A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.}}
   
 
===Learnset===
 
===Learnset===
====Generation II====
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====Leveling====
{{Main|Togepi/Learnset Generation II}}
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<tabber>
Lv.99 Safeguard
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Generation V=
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{{Movessettop|type=Normal|gen=V}}
====Generation III====
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{{Movessetmid|1|[[Growl]]|—|100|40|Normal|Status}}
{{Main|Togepi/Learnset Generation III}}
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{{Movessetmid|1|[[Charm]]|—|100|20|Normal|Status}}
Lv.1 SonicBoom
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{{Movessetmid|5|[[Metronome]]|—|—|10|Normal|Status}}
Lv.2 Bite
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{{Movessetmid|9|[[Sweet Kiss]]|—|75|10|Normal|Status}}
Lv.3 Fire fang
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{{Movessetmid|13|[[Yawn]]|—|—|10|Normal|Status}}
Lv.4 ledový tesák
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{{Movessetmid|17|[[Encore]]|—|100|5|Normal|Status}}
Lv.5 bleskově tesák
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{{Movessetmid|21|[[Follow Me]]|—|—|20|Normal|Status}}
Lv.345 Frost attack
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{{Movessetmid|25|[[Bestow]]|—|—|15|Normal|Status}}
Lv.456 Bllizard
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{{Movessetmid|29|[[Wish]]|—|—|10|Normal|Status}}
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{{Movessetmid|33|[[AncientPower]]|60|100|5|Rock|Special}}
====Generation IV====
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{{Movessetmid|37|[[Safeguard]]|—|—|25|Normal|Status}}
{{Main|Togepi/Learnset Generation IV}}
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{{Movessetmid|41|[[Baton Pass]]|—|—|40|Normal|Status}}
Lv.1 Growl ---- 100% Status
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{{Movessetmid|45|'''[[Double-Edge]]'''|120|100|15|Normal|Physical}}
Lv.1 Charm ---- 100% Status
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{{Movessetmid|49|'''[[Last Resort]]'''|140|100|5|Normal|Physical}}
Lv.6 Metronom -- -% Status
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{{Movessetmid|53|[[After You]]|—|—|15|Normal|Status}}
Lv.10 Sweet kiss -- 75% Status
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{{Movessetend|type=Normal}}
Lv.15 Yawn. ---- -% Status
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Lv.19 Encore ---- 100% Status
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Generation IV=
Lv.24 Follow me --- -% Status
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{{MovessettopIII|backcolor = {{Normal}}}}
Lv.28 Wish ---- -% Status
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{{MovessetmidIII|1|[[Growl]]|–|100|40|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|0}}
Lv.33 Ancient Power 60 100% Special
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{{MovessetmidIII|1|[[Charm]]|—|100|20|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|2}}
Lv.37 Safeguard --- -% Status
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{{MovessetmidIII|6|[[Metronome]]|—|—|10|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|2}}
Lv.42 Batton pass --- -% Status
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{{MovessetmidIII|10|[[Sweet Kiss]]|–|75|10|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|1}}
Lv.46 Double-edge 120 100% Physical
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{{MovessetmidIII|15|[[Yawn]]|–|–|10|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|2}}
Lv.51 Last resort 130 100% Physical
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{{MovessetmidIII|19|[[Encore]]|—|100|5|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|1}}
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{{MovessetmidIII|24|[[Follow Me]]|–|–|20|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|0}}
====Generation V====
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{{MovessetmidIII|28|[[Wish]]|—|100|10|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|3}}
{{Movessettop
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{{MovessetmidIII|33|[[AncientPower]]|60|100|5|{{type|Rock}}|Special|Tough|2}}
|backcolor = {{Normal}}
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{{MovessetmidIII|37|[[Safeguard]]|—|—|25|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Beauty|2}}
}}
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{{MovessetmidIII|42|[[Baton Pass]]|—|—|40|{{type|Normal}}|Status|Cute|0}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{MovessetmidIII|46|[[Double-Edge]]|120|100|15|{{type|Normal}}|Physical|Tough|0}}
|1|[[Growl]]||100|40|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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{{MovessetmidIII|51|[[Last Resort]]|130|100|5|{{type|Normal}}|Physical|Cute|0}}
}}
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{{MovessetendII|backcolor= {{Normal}}}}
{{Movessetmid
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|-|
|1|[[Charm]]|—|100|20|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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Generation II=
}}
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{{Movessettop|type=Normal|gen=II}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|1|[[Growl]]|—|100|40|Normal}}
|5|[[Metronome]]|—|—|10|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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{{Movessetmid|7|[[Metronome]]|—|—|10|Normal}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|18|[[Sweet Kiss]]|—|75|10|Normal}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|25|[[Encore]]|—|100|5|Normal}}
|9|[[Sweet Kiss]]|—|75|10|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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{{Movessetmid|31|[[Safeguard]]|—||25|Normal}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|38|'''[[Double-Edge]]'''|120|100|15|Normal}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetend|type=Normal}}
|13|[[Yawn]]|—|—|10|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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</tabber>
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|17|[[Encore]]|—|100|5|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|21|[[Follow Me]]|—|—|20|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|25|[[Bestow]]|—|—|15|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|29|[[Wish]]|—|—|10|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|33|[[AncientPower]]|60|100|5|{{type|Rock}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|37|[[Safeguard]]|—|—|25|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|41|[[Baton Pass]]|—|—|40|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|45|'''[[Double-Edge]]'''|120|100|15|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Physical}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|49|'''[[Last Resort]]'''|140|100|5|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Physical}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|53|[[After You]]|—|—|15|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetend
 
|backcolor= {{Normal}}
 
}}
 
   
 
==In the TCG==
 
==In the TCG==
{{I|I = Togepi Neo Destiny.jpg|w = 180×250|a = right|c = Togepi in the ''[[Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]]'' <br>(Neo Destiny set)}}
 
 
Although being a classified as ''baby'' Pokémon Togepi has made appearances as a colorless, basic stage stage Pokémon. Togepi has appeared in the following expansions:
 
Although being a classified as ''baby'' Pokémon Togepi has made appearances as a colorless, basic stage stage Pokémon. Togepi has appeared in the following expansions:
   
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As well as being a promo card in the Southern Island Series, Togepi was also available as a promo card from Coro Coro.
 
As well as being a promo card in the Southern Island Series, Togepi was also available as a promo card from Coro Coro.
   
==Name origin==
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==Appearances==
Togepi's name is derived from the Japanese "''toge''", meaning "spike" (referring to the top of this Pokémon's head), and "''pii''", the sound a chick or small bird makes.
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===In the anime===
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[[File:Misty's Togepi Metronome.jpg|thumb|Togepi in the anime]]In [[IL046: Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]] in the [[Pokémon Anime|''Pokémon'' television series]], [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] discovers an egg in the ancient ruins at Grandpa Canyon. They carry this egg around until the episode [[IL050: Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]. At that point Ash's Pokédex doesn't know about Togepi and it says more to be discovered about it.
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====Misty's Togepi====
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{{Main|Misty's Togetic}}
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====In DP142====
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{{Main|DP142: Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!}}
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In the episode "Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!" an evil (or a "''Naughty''") female Togepi wanders around Team Rocket's new hideout and cause a lot of mischief for Team Rocket and Ash, Dawn, and Brock. It plays pranks, using [[Attract]] to manipulate [[Pikachu]], [[Piplup]], [[Croagunk]], and [[Meowth]] (Jessie's [[Yanmega]] is unaffected due to it being female) to steal Team Rocket's space rocket. Brock's [[Happiny]] manages to snap them of it. Happiny and Togepi get ready to duel each other when the rocket is hit by [[Rayquaza]]'s [[Hyper Beam]]. Ash, Dawn, Brock, Team Rocket, and their Pokémon work together to stabilize the rocket, but Happiny and Togepi's fight causes it to fall again. Togepi uses [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]] to save itself as well as everyone on board, landing the rocket safely. Togepi tells the others (via Meowth translating for it) that it is tired and is going home to rest. The Togepi leaves as the rocket explodes, skipping away innocently. It is seen at the end of the episode making its sinister face.
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It is set to reappear in the Pikachu short airing along with the 15th Pokémon movie. It is possibly the Togepi in its cute form in [[Unova]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Togepi is the only Pokémon whom hatched by the egg cracking (like the chicks) instead of merging the egg into a Pokémon.
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*Before the release of the generation II games, [[Lugia]] was meant to be the final evolution of Togepi, after [[Togetic]] , this was however changed before the release and Lugia was instead made a legendary.
 
*If Pokémon Gold and Silver are played through normally, Togepi generally hatches either slightly before the player reaches Goldenrod City or while they are still there.
 
*If Pokémon Gold and Silver are played through normally, Togepi generally hatches either slightly before the player reaches Goldenrod City or while they are still there.
*A Togepi is carried around by Misty in anime until it evolved and she released it.
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===Name origin===
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Togepi's name is derived from the Japanese "''toge''", meaning "spike" (referring to the top of this Pokémon's head), and "''pii''", the sound a chick or small bird makes.
   
 
{{References|togepi|175}}
 
{{References|togepi|175}}
{{Family|[[File:175.gif|link=]][[File:176.gif|link=Togetic]][[File:468.gif|link=Togekiss]]}}{{GenIInav}}
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{{GenIInav}}{{Family|[[File:175.png]][[File:176.png|link=Togetic]][[File:468.png|link=Togekiss]]}}
{{PokémonPrevNext | prev =Igglybuff | next =Togetic}}
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{{PokémonPrevNext|prev=Igglybuff|next=Togetic}}
 
[[Category:Baby Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Baby Pokémon]]
[[Category:Body style 12 Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:No eggs group Pokémon]]
 
 
[[Category:Small Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Small Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Bird Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Pokémon that are part of a three-stage evolutionary line]]
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[[Category:Light Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 17:35, July 25, 2014

Type
Fairy  
Species Spike Ball Pokémon
Abilities Hustle
Serene Grace
Super Luck (DW)
Pokédex
Igglybuff ← 175 → Togetic
Kanto N/A Johto 046
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh 173
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From None
Evolves Into Togetic
Togepi
175
トゲピー Togepii
175Togepi
Generation II
Evolutionary Line
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Gender
87.5% ♂ / 12.5 % ♀
Weight Height
3.3 lbs. 1.5 kg 1'00" 0.3 m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
White
Body Style Footprint
Body12
F175
Cry

Togepi (Japanese: トゲピー Togepii) is a Fairy-type (formerly Normal-type) Pokémon introduced in Generation II.

BiologyEdit

PhysiologyEdit

Togepi is a Pokémon who appears to not have fully hatched out of its shell; only its head and stubby hands and feet appear out of its egg's shell. The parts of its body that appear are a pale cream color, whereas the shell is dominantly white. Togepi's shell also has red and blue markings, shaped as triangles. Its head has five spikes that appear to form a crown. Its eyes are small, black, and oval-shaped.

EvolutionEdit

Togepi evolves into Togetic when leveled up with max friendship, whom, in turn, will evolve into Togekiss in Generation IV when exposed to a Shiny Stone.

In the gamesEdit

Togepi Egg Sprite

Togepi Egg

Togepi's movepool is rather limited, making it difficult to train. It is not considered to be a very strong, competitive Pokémon, and is mostly adored due to its appearance. It will evolve into Togetic once it reaches maximum happiness.

Togepi appears from the Poké Ball item in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Like Clefairy, Togepi uses Metronome, but unlike Clefairy, the resultant attacks cause status effects in the area around Togepi (Freeze, Burying, Flower on Head, Sleep), with the exception of one rare attack, where Togepi blackens out the screen for a few seconds (Night Shade) which can cause mass chaos, especially on moving levels or boss fights. It is also an unlockable trophy.

Game infoEdit

Game locationsEdit

Togepi Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Gold/Silver Hatch egg received from Professor Elm's assistant in Violet City Pokémon Center One
Crystal Hatch egg received from Professor Elm's assistant in Violet City Pokémon Center One
Ruby/ Sapphire Trade None
Emerald Trade None
FireRed/ LeafGreen Hatch egg received from gentleman on Water Labyrinth One
Diamond/ Pearl Route 230 (Poké Radar) Rare
Platinum Hatch egg received from Cynthia in Eterna City, or Route 230 (Poké Radar) Rare
Black/White Shaking grass in White Forest (White only) Rare
X/Y Trade None


Side game LocationsEdit

Togepi Locations
Game(s) Location
Pokémon Channel Cobalt Coast
Pokémon Trozei! Endless Level 1,
Endless Level 5,
Forever Level 50,
Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Wish Cave (5F-10F)
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Happy Outlook (B1F-B15F)


Pokédex entriesEdit

Pokédex Entries
Gold
The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
Silver
A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
Crystal
It is considered to be a symbol of good luck. Its shell is said to be filled with happiness.
Ruby
As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.
Sapphire
As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.
Emerald
As its energy, it uses the feelings of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. It stores up happy feelings in its shell, then shares them out.
FireRed
A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
LeafGreen
The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
Diamond
Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.
Pearl
Its shell is said to be stuffed with happiness that it shares with kindhearted people.
Platinum
It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
HeartGold
The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
SoulSilver
A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
Black
It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
White
It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
Black 2
It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
White 2
It transforms the kindness and joy of others into happiness, which it stores in its shell.
X
The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
Y
A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.

LearnsetEdit

LevelingEdit

Leveling Generation V
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Growl 100% 40 Normal Status
1 Charm 100% 20 Normal Status
5 Metronome —% 10 Normal Status
9 Sweet Kiss 75% 10 Normal Status
13 Yawn —% 10 Normal Status
17 Encore 100% 5 Normal Status
21 Follow Me —% 20 Normal Status
25 Bestow —% 15 Normal Status
29 Wish —% 10 Normal Status
33 AncientPower 60 100% 5 Rock Special
37 Safeguard —% 25 Normal Status
41 Baton Pass —% 40 Normal Status
45 Double-Edge 120 100% 15 Normal Physical
49 Last Resort 140 100% 5 Normal Physical
53 After You —% 15 Normal Status

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

Leveling
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Cat. Contest Cat. Appeal
1 Growl 100% 40 Normal Status Cute 0
1 Charm 100% 20 Normal Status Cute 2
6 Metronome —% 10 Normal Status Cute 2
10 Sweet Kiss 75% 10 Normal Status Cute 1
15 Yawn –% 10 Normal Status Cute 2
19 Encore 100% 5 Normal Status Cute 1
24 Follow Me –% 20 Normal Status Cute 0
28 Wish 100% 10 Normal Status Cute 3
33 AncientPower 60 100% 5 Rock Special Tough 2
37 Safeguard —% 25 Normal Status Beauty 2
42 Baton Pass —% 40 Normal Status Cute 0
46 Double-Edge 120 100% 15 Normal Physical Tough 0
51 Last Resort 130 100% 5 Normal Physical Cute 0
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Leveling Generation II
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type
1 Growl 100% 40 Normal
7 Metronome —% 10 Normal
18 Sweet Kiss 75% 10 Normal
25 Encore 100% 5 Normal
31 Safeguard —% 25 Normal
38 Double-Edge 120 100% 15 Normal

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

In the TCGEdit

Although being a classified as baby Pokémon Togepi has made appearances as a colorless, basic stage stage Pokémon. Togepi has appeared in the following expansions:

  • Neo Genesis
  • Neo Destiny
  • Southern Island Series
  • Aquapolis
  • EX: Hidden Legends
  • EX: Team Rocket Returns
  • EX: Dragon Frontiers

As well as being a promo card in the Southern Island Series, Togepi was also available as a promo card from Coro Coro.

AppearancesEdit

In the animeEdit

Misty's Togepi Metronome

Togepi in the anime

In IL046: Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon in the Pokémon television series, Ash discovers an egg in the ancient ruins at Grandpa Canyon. They carry this egg around until the episode IL050: Who Gets to Keep Togepi?. At that point Ash's Pokédex doesn't know about Togepi and it says more to be discovered about it.

Misty's TogepiEdit

Main article: Misty's Togetic


In DP142Edit

Main article: DP142: Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!

In the episode "Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!" an evil (or a "Naughty") female Togepi wanders around Team Rocket's new hideout and cause a lot of mischief for Team Rocket and Ash, Dawn, and Brock. It plays pranks, using Attract to manipulate Pikachu, Piplup, Croagunk, and Meowth (Jessie's Yanmega is unaffected due to it being female) to steal Team Rocket's space rocket. Brock's Happiny manages to snap them of it. Happiny and Togepi get ready to duel each other when the rocket is hit by Rayquaza's Hyper Beam. Ash, Dawn, Brock, Team Rocket, and their Pokémon work together to stabilize the rocket, but Happiny and Togepi's fight causes it to fall again. Togepi uses Psychic to save itself as well as everyone on board, landing the rocket safely. Togepi tells the others (via Meowth translating for it) that it is tired and is going home to rest. The Togepi leaves as the rocket explodes, skipping away innocently. It is seen at the end of the episode making its sinister face.

It is set to reappear in the Pikachu short airing along with the 15th Pokémon movie. It is possibly the Togepi in its cute form in Unova.

TriviaEdit

  • Before the release of the generation II games, Lugia was meant to be the final evolution of Togepi, after Togetic , this was however changed before the release and Lugia was instead made a legendary.
  • If Pokémon Gold and Silver are played through normally, Togepi generally hatches either slightly before the player reaches Goldenrod City or while they are still there.

Name originEdit

Togepi's name is derived from the Japanese "toge", meaning "spike" (referring to the top of this Pokémon's head), and "pii", the sound a chick or small bird makes.

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