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Plusle
Plusle
National Pokédex
Manectric - Plusle (#311) - Minun
Ability Plus
Lightning Rod (Hidden)
Series Pokémon series
First appearance Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Created by Game Freak

Plusle(JP) is a species of Pokémon in the series of the same name species. It is an Electric type from Generation III that currently not known to evolve into any Pokémon, but it is related to Minun.

Physiology & Behavior

Appearances

Main Pokémon games

Other Pokémon games

Super Smash Bros. series

Data for Super Smash Bros. Brawl was found that Minun, along with Plusle, were going to be a team of two in the game, but have been removed for unknown reasons. It and Plusle is found as a trophy however.

Trophy description

"Cheering Pokémon. Plusle and Minun produce positive and negative energy, respectively. They both love cheering on their partners and place the encouragement of their partners over their own safety. To cheer, they short their electric currents to produce sparks that grow in intensity as their partners get into trouble."

In the anime

Origin and inspiration

In-game information

Pokédex entries

Title Entry
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby Plusle always acts as a cheerleader for its partners. Whenever a teammate puts out a good effort in battle, this Pokémon shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy.
Pokémon Sapphire When Plusle is cheering on its partner, it flashes with electric sparks from all over its body. If its partner loses, this Pokémon cries loudly.
Pokémon Emerald It has the trait of cheering on its fellow Pokémon. By shorting out the electricity it releases from its paws, it creates pom-poms for cheering.
Pokémon FireRed It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.
Pokémon LeafGreen It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon Pearl It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon Platinum It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon HeartGold It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.
Pokémon SoulSilver It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon White It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon Black 2 It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon White 2 It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
Pokémon Y It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.
Pokémon Omega Ruby Plusle always acts as a cheerleader for its partners. Whenever a teammate puts out a good effort in battle, this Pokémon shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy.
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire When Plusle is cheering on its partner, it flashes with electric sparks from all over its body. If its partner loses, this Pokémon cries loudly.

Game locations

Title Location(s)
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby
Route 110
Pokémon Sapphire
Route 110
Pokémon Emerald
Route 110
Trade Volbeat in Fortree City
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond
Trophy Garden
Pokémon Pearl
Trophy Garden
Pokémon Platinum
Trophy Garden
Pokémon HeartGold
Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 29, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 46, and 48, National Park (Hoenn Sound)
Pokémon SoulSilver
Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 29, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 46, and 48, National Park (Hoenn Sound)
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black
Route 6(Swarm)
Pokémon Black 2
Route 6(Swarm)
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X
Route 5 (Tall Grass or Horde Encounter)
Pokémon Y
Route 5 (Horde Encounter)
Pokémon Omega Ruby
Route 110 (Horde Encounter)
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
Route 110 (Tall Grass or Horde Encounter)


Base Stats

Base Stats
HP 60
Attack 50
Defense 40
Sp. Attack 85
Sp. Defense 75
Speed 95
Average 405

Moveset

Main article: Plusle/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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