It is adorned with colorful decorative patterns on its wings that are used to scatter its scales or create a strong wind to attack.It strongly resembles Butterfree with respect to its body style.
Struggle Bug is a Bug-type move that it can use, that lowers the Special Attack of opponent's Pokémon whilst dealing damage.
|Vivillon with many different patterns are found all over the world. These patterns are affected by the climate of their habitat.|
|The patterns on this Pokémon’s wings depend on the climate and topography of its habitat. It scatters colorful scales.|
|Leveling Generation VI|
|1||Poison Powder||-||75%||30|| Status
|1||Stun Spore||-||75%||30|| Status
|1||Light Screen||-||-%||30|| Status
|1||Sleep Powder||-||75%||15|| Status
|12||Struggle Bug||50||100%||20|| Special
|25||Draining Kiss||50||100%||10|| Special
|35||Bug Buzz||90||100%||10|| Special
|45||Quiver Dance||-||100%||20|| Status
|X||Y||Omega Ruby||Alpha Sapphire||Back|
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- There are 18 different wing designs that Vivillon can have on its wings. It ranges mainly in color and style based on what region that 3DS is registered/set. From each area, it differs based on the region's climate, continent and even the top most popular countries on earth.
- Vivillon and Arceus are tied with having the second widest variety of Pokémon Forms, having a total of 18. They are bested by Unown by 28 forms.
- There are 2 unused forms of Vivillon.
Vivillon's name comes from "vivi", which is translated as "lively" and "papillon", which is "butterfly".