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Hydrapple (Japanese: カミツオロチ, HepburnKamitsuorochi) is a Grass/Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IX.

Biology[]

Physiology[]

Hydrapple is a serpentine dragon-like Pokémon that lives in a candy apple, in which appears similar to its pre-evolution, Dipplin. There are seven 'Syrpents' that inhabit this apple, two of which only have their tails showing, which they use to move this Pokémon around. Four other heads are often hidden in the syrup of the apple, which they then only have the back of their eyes showing. The final head is in the center of the apple, and is distinguished by its much longer neck, and two horns on its head, the right one has an apple appearing similar to Applin’s.

Behavior[]

The center head of Hydrapple is the commander of the Pokémon. The many heads have unstable personalities, but on the occasion, they can decide to attack as one, they can unleash their true power.

Natural Abilities[]

In addition to the syrup-based abilities of its pre-evolved form, Hydrapple's signature move, Fickle Beam, implies they can also shoot lasers out of their mouth.

Evolution[]

Hydrapple evolves from Dipplin when levelled up while knowing Dragon Cheer, which in turn evolves from Applin when a Syrupy Apple is used on it. Along with Flapple and Appletun it is one of Applin's final forms.

Game Info[]

Locations[]

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity

Pokédex entries[]

  • Scarlet

    Seven syrpents live inside an apple made of syrup. The syrpent in the center is the commander.

  • Violet

    These capricious syrpents have banded together. On the rare occasion that their moods align, their true power is unleashed.


Stats[]

Stats
HP
106
Attack
80
Defense
110
Sp. Atk
120
Sp. Def
80
Speed
44
Total
540

Learnset[]

Leveling[]

Level(s)Move(s)PowerAccuracyPPTypeCategory
1Withdraw - -% 40Type Water HOME  WaterStatus
1Sweet Scent - 100% 20Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
1Recycle - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
1Astonish 30 100% 15Type Ghost HOME  GhostPhysical
Rem.Yawn - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
Rem.Double Hit 35 90% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
Rem.Infestation 20 100% 20Type Bug HOME  BugSpecial
Evo.Fickle Beam 80 100% 5Type Dragon HOME  DragonSpecial
4Dragon Tail 60 90% 10Type Dragon HOME  DragonPhysical
8Growth - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
12Dragon Breath 60 100% 20Type Dragon HOME  DragonSpecial
16Protect - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
20Bullet Seed 25 100% 30Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
28Syrup Bomb 60 85% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
32Dragon Pulse 85 100% 10Type Dragon HOME  DragonSpecial
36Recover - -% 5Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
40Energy Ball 90 100% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
44Substitute - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
54Power Whip 120 85% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
  • Rem. indicates this Pokémon remembers this move via a Move Tutor.
  • Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • † indicates that this Pokémon learns a move from a Move Tutor.
  • ✦ indicates that this Pokémon knows a move from an event.
  • ✘ indicates it cannot be learned in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield or Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet.

TMs[]

TMs/HMsMove(s)PowerAccuracyPPTypeCategory
TM001Take Down 90 85% 20Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
TM007Protect - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
TM021Pounce 50 100% 20Type Bug HOME  BugPhysical
TM025Facade 70 100% 20Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
TM033Magical Leaf 60 -% 20Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
TM044Dragon Tail 60 90% 10Type Dragon HOME  DragonPhysical
TM047Endure - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
TM049Sunny Day - -% 5Type Fire HOME  FireStatus
TM050Rain Dance - -% 5Type Water HOME  WaterStatus
TM056Bullet Seed 25 100% 30Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
TM066Body Slam 85 100% 15Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
TM070Sleep Talk - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
TM071Seed Bomb 80 100% 15Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
TM074Reflect - -% 20Type Psychic HOME  PsychicStatus
TM081Grass Knot 80 100% 15Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
TM085Rest - -% 5Type Psychic HOME  PsychicStatus
TM089Body Press 80 100% 10Type Fighting HOME  FightingPhysical
TM103Substitute - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
TM111Giga Drain 75 100% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
TM115Dragon Pulse 85 100% 10Type Dragon HOME  DragonSpecial
TM119Energy Ball 90 100% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
TM121Heavy Slam - 100% 10Type Steel HOME  SteelPhysical
TM131Pollen Puff 90 100% 15Type Bug HOME  BugSpecial
TM133Earth Power 90 100% 10Type Ground HOME  GroundSpecial
TM137Grassy Terrain - -% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassStatus
TM140Nasty Plot - -% 20Type Dark HOME  DarkStatus
TM142Hydro Pump 110 80% 5Type Water HOME  WaterSpecial
TM149Earthquake 100 100% 10Type Ground HOME  GroundPhysical
TM152Giga Impact 150 90% 5Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
TM156Outrage 120 100% 10Type Dragon HOME  DragonPhysical
TM159Leaf Storm 130 90% 5Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
TM163Hyper Beam 150 90% 5Type Normal HOME  NormalSpecial
TM168Solar Beam 120 100% 10Type Grass HOME  GrassSpecial
TM169Draco Meteor 130 90% 5Type Dragon HOME  DragonSpecial
TM171Tera Blast 80 100% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalSpecial
TM180Gyro Ball - 100% 5Type Steel HOME  SteelPhysical
TM182Bug Bite 60 100% 20Type Bug HOME  BugPhysical
TM191Uproar 90 100% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalSpecial
TM194Grassy Glide 60 100% 20Type Grass HOME  GrassPhysical
TM204Double-Edge 120 100% 15Type Normal HOME  NormalPhysical
TM222Breaking Swipe 60 100% 15Type Dragon HOME  DragonPhysical
TM224Curse - -% 10Type Ghost HOME  GhostStatus
TM226Dragon Cheer - -% 15Type Dragon HOME  DragonStatus
  • Rem. indicates this Pokémon remembers this move via a Move Tutor.
  • Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • † indicates that this Pokémon learns a move from a Move Tutor.
  • ✦ indicates that this Pokémon knows a move from an event.
  • ✘ indicates it cannot be learned in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield or Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet.

Breeding[]

PokémonMove(s)PowerAccuracyPPTypeCategory
Bramblin, BrambleghastDefense Curl - -% 40Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
Flapple, Appletun, DipplinRecycle - -% 10Type Normal HOME  NormalStatus
Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Bramblin, BrambleghastRollout 30 90% 20Type Rock HOME  RockPhysical
Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Cacnea, CacturneSucker Punch 70 100% 5Type Dark HOME  DarkPhysical
  • Rem. indicates this Pokémon remembers this move via a Move Tutor.
  • Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • † indicates that this Pokémon learns a move from a Move Tutor.
  • ✦ indicates that this Pokémon knows a move from an event.
  • ✘ indicates it cannot be learned in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield or Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet.

Tutoring[]

Move(s)PowerAccuracyPPTypeCategory
  • Rem. indicates this Pokémon remembers this move via a Move Tutor.
  • Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
  • † indicates that this Pokémon learns a move from a Move Tutor.
  • ✦ indicates that this Pokémon knows a move from an event.
  • ✘ indicates it cannot be learned in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield or Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet.

Sprites[]

    Trivia[]

    • Hydrapple is the only member of a split-evolution Pokémon family that evolves twice but has its other members evolve once.
    • Hydrapple is the only fully-evolved member of the split-evolution Applin family which doesn't have a Gigantamax form, but has its other fully-evolved members have a Gigantamax form (the same Gigantamax form).

    Origin[]

    Much like it's pre-evolutions, Hydrapple is based on a worm in a apple, and the wyrm dragon. As its appearance and English name suggest, it's also based on multi-headed serpents such as the Lernean Hydra.

    Etymology[]

    Hydrapple is derived from "hydra" and "apple".

    Gallery[]

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