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Nosepass
Nosepass
National Pokédex
Azurill - Nosepass (#299) - Skitty
Ability Sturdy
Magnet Pull
Sand Force (Hidden)
Series Pokémon series
First appearance Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Created by Game Freak

Nosepass(JP) is a species of Pokémon in the series of the same name. It is a Rock type Pokémon introduced in the third generation. Nosepass can evolve into Probopass when leveled up at Mt. Coronet, Chargestone Cave, Kalos Route 13, or New Mauville.

Physiology and Behavior

Appearances

Main Pokémon games

Other Pokémon games

Super Smash Bros. series

Trophy descriptions

In the anime

Origin and inspiration

In-game information

Pokédex entries

Title Entry
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby Nosepass's magnetic nose is always pointed to the north. If two of these Pokémon meet, they cannot turn their faces to each other when they are close because their magnetic noses repel one another.
Pokémon Sapphire Nosepass had been said to be completely unmoving, with its magnetic nose pointed due north. However, close observation has revealed that the Pokémon actually moves by a little over 3/8 of an inch every year.
Pokémon Emerald Its body emits a powerful magnetism. It feeds on prey that is pulled in by the force. Its magnetism is stronger in cold seasons.
Pokémon FireRed Its magnetic nose consistently faces north. Travelers check Nosepass to get their bearings.
Pokémon LeafGreen Its magnetic nose consistently faces north. Travelers check Nosepass to get their bearings.
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond Its nose is a magnet. As a result, this Pokémon always keeps its face pointing north.
Pokémon Pearl Its nose is a magnet. As a result, this Pokémon always keeps its face pointing north.
Pokémon Platinum When endangered, it may protect itself by raising its magnetism and drawing iron objects to its body.
Pokémon HeartGold If two of these meet, they cannot get too close because their noses repel each other.
Pokémon SoulSilver If two of these meet, they cannot get too close because their noses repel each other.
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black When endangered, it may protect itself by raising its magnetism and drawing iron objects to its body.
Pokémon White When endangered, it may protect itself by raising its magnetism and drawing iron objects to its body.
Pokémon Black 2 Its magnetic nose always faces north and draws iron objects to its body to protect itself better.
Pokémon White 2 Its magnetic nose always faces north and draws iron objects to its body to protect itself better.
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X Its magnetic nose always faces north and draws iron objects to its body to protect itself better.
Pokémon Y Its magnetic nose consistently faces north. Travelers check Nosepass to get their bearings.
Pokémon Omega Ruby Nosepass’s magnetic nose is always pointed to the north. If two of these Pokémon meet, they cannot turn their faces to each other when they are close because their magnetic noses repel one another.
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Nosepass had been said to be completely unmoving, with its magnetic nose pointed due north. However, close observation has revealed that the Pokémon actually moves by a little over 3/8 of an inch every year.

Game locations

Title Location(s)
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby
Granite Cave (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Sapphire
Granite Cave (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Emerald
Granite Cave (Rock Smash)
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond
Route 206 (Swarm)
Pokémon Pearl
Route 206 (Swarm)
Pokémon Platinum
Mt. Coronet
Pokémon HeartGold
Safari Zone
Pokémon SoulSilver
Safari Zone
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black
Trade
Pokémon Black 2
Chargestone Cave and Clay Tunnel
Route 6(Hidden Grotto)
Pokémon White 2
Chargestone Cave and Clay Tunnel
Route 6(Hidden Grotto)
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X
Route 10 (Horde Encounter)
Friend Safari (Rock)
Pokémon Y
Route 10 (Horde Encounter)
Friend Safari (Rock)
Pokémon Omega Ruby
Granite Cave (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
Granite Cave (Rock Smash)

Evolution

Nosepass
Level up at Mt. Coronet.
Probopass
PKMN299
PKMN476

Base Stats

Base Stats
HP 30
Attack 45
Defense 135
Sp. Attack 45
Sp. Defense 90
Speed 30
Average 375

Moveset

Main article: Nosepass/moveset

Gallery

Sprites

Sprites
Ruby Sapphire
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Emerald
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Fire Leaf
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Diamond Pearl
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Platinum
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Heart Soul
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Black White
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Black 2 White 2
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X Y
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