NOTE: Ivysaur will not be referred to with words like "he" or "she" because "it" can randomly be male or female.
Ivysaur is a character from the Pokémon series. It is a combination Grass/Poison-Type Pokémon, and is the evolved form of the starter Bulbasaur, first appearing in Pokemon: Red and Blue, and a lot of games after that. It is one of the Pokémon from the Pokémon Trainer in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Ultimate, and is one of Shauna’s Pokémon in the anime.
Why It Rocks
- While not as popular as others, Ivysaur is still a fan favorite amongst fans of Pokémon and/or Nintendo as a whole. Most notably how cute it looks, and how amazing it is when he uses its iconic Razor Leaf, Vine Whip and Solar Beam attacks.
- While not as cute as the other cute Pokémon, Ivysaur is still pretty cute.
- Its designs is so good to look at, especially in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where it has its cuteness and charm in its design like it always has.
- It’s voice actors, especially Justin Anselmi, did a great job voicing it over the years.
- While not as big as the others, Ivysaur does get some spotlight in the anime as Shauna’s main Pokémon, ever since it evolved from Bulbasaur as of the 90th episode of XY.
- Shauna’s Ivysaur is friendly to its trainer and it’s friends, like Ash’s Pokémon, Serena’s Pokémon and Clemont’s Pokémon, and always likes to help them out in situations.
- It has a great friendship and bond with Shauna, and it’s always there whenever Shauna needs it.
- It’s performances with Shauna are always entertaining to watch.
- Shauna’s Ivysaur has helped her many times, it also took part in battling Team Flare’s vines, and also helping the citizens of Lumiose City at the Pokémon Center.
- While not as much as others, it has spawned a group of material such as memes and toys.
- It was paired with Squirtle and Charizard to make the Pokémon Trainer in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, where it was a playable fighter.
- Alongside Squirtle and the Pokémon Trainer, it made a comeback in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
- Poison type moves (including Ivysaur’s) are no match for steel type Pokémon such as Lucario. To be fair, this is the logic Pokémon was going for.
- Though it was a representative in Smash Brawl, it, along with Squirtle and the Pokémon Trainer, did not return in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U and was replaced with Charizard alone, due to technical difficulties with the 3DS.
- Ivysaur's numbers in the National Pokédex and the Fiore Browser are the same: 002.
- Ivysaur shares its category with its evolutionary relatives and Sunkern. They are all known as the Seed Pokémon.
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