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Ogerpon (オーガポン Ogapōn) is a Grass-type Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IX. It has a Normal and a Terastal form.



Ogerpon is a bipedal Pokémon that is mainly black with leaf-like clothing (likely based on a haori) covering its body, Ogerpon has an orange face with yellow star-pupil shaped eyes. It wears various masks to use in battle that alter its typing:


According to the people of Kitakami, the mask it dons is described as fearsome and it referred as the evil ogre that once attacked Kitakami until it was stopped by The Loyal Three, Okidogi, Munkidori and Fezandipiti.

However, as revealed by Yukito, Ogerpon originally traveled with another person before it was bullied by Okidogi, Munkidori, Fezandipiti and their leader, Pecharunt. While it defeated them, the majority of Kitakami's inhabitants believed they had sacrificed their lives to protect them from the ogre and began fearing Ogerpon. Due to their bullying, Ogerpon has poor relationships with the four, particularly Pecharunt. In reality, Ogerpon is kindhearted, yet timid.

Despite being timid around humans, Ogerpon does enjoy the Festival of Masks, being the one time where it can mingle with humans without fear.

Natural Abilities[]

Depending on the mask that Ogerpon carries, it can add an additional typing alongside its natural Grass, which in turn affects the typing of Ivy Cudgel, Ogerpon's signature move. Ogerpon is also capable of Terstallizing, which makes the masks grow in size and gain horns made out of crystal.


At an unknown point in time, Ogerpon was accompanied by a human companion and they arrived at Kitakami from a foreign land. They were shunned due to their strange appearance, and lived in the nearby Oni Mountain, isolated from the rest of the villagers of Mossui Town. Despite this, they were happy to have each other. The local mask maker took pity on them and created four special masks for the two to use, allowing them to mingle in the village festival, making them happy.

This happiness would not last, as the Pokémon Pecharunt and its retainers Okidogi, Munkidori and Fezandipiti, who had been tasked by an elderly couple to pilfer the masks, would discover them in Kitakami. Pecharunt's retainers located where they lived and attempted to pilfer the masks, only for Ogerpon's human companion to discover them. This resulted in a brawl with the companion severely beaten and only protecting the Teal Mask, while Okidogi and Fezandipiti stole the other three. When Ogerpon returned to its home, her companion was nowhere to be found and the masks stolen. Taking the remaining mask, she pursued Pecharunt and its retainers, defeating them all despite being at a disadvantage. The brazen act of violence near the village made the villagers think that Pecharunt's retainers were trying to protect the village, alienating Ogerpon even more. Ogerpon then returned to its home and has remained there ever since. Only the mask maker knew the truth, but he was also alienated and thus only kept the truth to his family, including his descendants.

During the events of The Teal Mask, Ogerpon would visit the village during the Festival of Masks. It dropped the Teal Mask and fled in fear of the player and Carmine, though they quickly learned of the truth from Yukito and helped restore the mask. When they attempted to return the mask after Kieran stole it (and unintentionally reviving the Loyal Three in the process), they found her being bullied by them. After making an example of Munkidori, the three left and took the masks from Kitakami Hall, while the two helped Ogerpon reclaim the masks. Upon returning back home, Ogerpon decided to let the player be its Trainer, as they reminded it of its former companion, entrusting all the masks to them.


Ogerpon is not known to evolve into any Pokémon.

Game Info[]


Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
The Teal Mask
Dreaded Den One

Pokédex entries[]

  • Scarlet

    Teal Mask Form: This Pokémon's type changes based on which mask it's wearing. It confounds its enemies with nimble movements and kicks.
    Wellspring Mask Form: This form excels in both attack and defense. It ceaselessly unleashes moves like a spring gushes water.
    Hearthflame Mask Form: This form is the most aggressive, bombarding enemies with the intensity of flames blazing within a hearth.
    Cornerstone Mask Form: This form has excellent defenses, absorbing impacts solidly like the cornerstones that support houses.

  • Violet

    Teal Mask Form: This mischief-loving Pokémon is full of curiosity. It battles by drawing out the type-based energy contained within its masks.
    Wellspring Mask Form: In this form, it draws on the power of water. It attacks unrelentingly with kicks and ivy strikes.
    Hearthflame Mask Form: In this form, it draws on the power of fire. It spears its enemies with thorn-covered ivy.
    Cornerstone Mask Form: In this form, it draws on the power of stone. Its body is rock-solid, protecting it from all manner of attacks.


Sp. Atk
Sp. Def


Leveling up[]

Generation IX
Level Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
1 Vine Whip Type Grass Physical 45 100% 25
1 Leech Seed Type Grass Status - 90% 10
1 Quick Attack Type Normal Physical 40 100% 30
1 Follow Me Type Normal Status - -% 20
Rem. Double Kick Type Fighting Physical 30 100% 30
Rem. Counter Type Fighting Physical - 100% 20
Rem. Retaliate Type Normal Physical 70 100% 5
Rem. Horn Leech Type Grass Physical 75 100% 10
6 Focus Energy Type Normal Status - -% 30
12 Growth Type Normal Status - -% 20
18 Slam Type Normal Physical 80 75% 20
24 Low Sweep Type Fighting Physical 65 100% 20
30 Ivy Cudgel Type Grass Physical 100 100% 10
36 Throat Chop Type Dark Physical 80 100% 15
42 Synthesis Type Grass Status - -% 5
48 Spiky Shield Type Grass Status - -% 10
54 Power Whip Type Grass Physical 120 85% 10
60 Superpower Type Fighting Physical 120 100% 5
66 Wood Hammer Type Grass Physical 120 100% 15
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


Generation IX
Machine Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
TM001 Take Down Type Normal Physical 90 85% 20
TM002 Charm Type Fairy Status - 100% 10
TM006 Scary Face Type Normal Status - 100% 10
TM007 Protect Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM012 Low Kick Type Fighting Physical - 100% 20
TM020 Trailblaze Type Grass Physical 50 100% 20
TM025 Facade Type Normal Physical 70 100% 20
TM033 Magical Leaf Type Grass Special 60 -% 20
TM036 Rock Tomb Type Rock Physical 60 95% 15
TM039 Low Sweep Type Fighting Physical 65 100% 20
TM043 Fling Type Dark Physical - 100% 10
TM047 Endure Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM049 Sunny Day Type Fire Status - -% 5
TM050 Rain Dance Type Water Status - -% 5
TM051 Sandstorm Type Rock Status - -% 10
TM057 False Swipe Type Normal Physical 40 100% 40
TM058 Brick Break Type Fighting Physical 75 100% 15
TM059 Zen Headbutt Type Psychic Physical 80 90% 15
TM060 U-turn Type Bug Physical 70 100% 20
TM070 Sleep Talk Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM071 Seed Bomb Type Grass Physical 80 100% 15
TM081 Grass Knot Type Grass Special - 100% 20
TM084 Stomping Tantrum Type Ground Physical 75 100% 10
TM085 Rest Type Psychic Status - -% 5
TM087 Taunt Type Dark Status - 100% 20
TM088 Swords Dance Type Normal Status - -% 20
TM090 Spikes Type Ground Status - -% 20
TM103 Substitute Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM111 Giga Drain Type Grass Special 75 100% 10
TM119 Energy Ball Type Grass Special 90 100% 10
TM122 Encore Type Normal Status - 100% 5
TM124 Play Rough Type Fairy Physical 90 90% 10
TM130 Helping Hand Type Normal Status - -% 20
TM134 Reversal Type Fighting Physical - 100% 15
TM137 Grassy Terrain Type Grass Status - -% 10
TM152 Giga Impact Type Normal Physical 150 90% 5
TM159 Leaf Storm Type Grass Special 130 90% 5
TM168 Solar Beam Type Grass Special 120 100% 10
TM171 Tera Blast Type Normal Special 80 100% 10
TM181 Knock Off Type Dark Physical 65 100% 20
TM190 Solar Blade Type Grass Physical 125 100% 10
TM194 Grassy Glide Type Grass Physical 55 100% 20
TM199 Lash Out Type Dark Physical 75 100% 5
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


Ogerpon learns no moves via breeding.


Generation IX
Games Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.



    • Due to how Terastalization is baked into their alternate forms, Ogerpon and Terapagos are incapable of having their Tera Type changed, even via gameplay modifications.
      • Ogerpon is also unable to become a Stellar type due to this limitation, inversely Terapagos' Tera Type is fixed as Stellar.
      • If a Zorua or Zoroark tries to disguise itself as Ogerpon after either it or Ogerpon Terastalizes, it will fail.
    • When equipped with the Wellspring and Cornerstone masks, Ogerpon is the only 100% female Water and Rock type.
    • Much like how its rivals in the Loyal Three have ties to number 8, Ogerpon has ties with the number 6, as every level it learns a new move is a multiple of 6.


    Ogerpon, along with Okidogi, Munkidori, Fezandipiti, and Pecharunt, are based on the creatures of the Japanese folktale; Momotarō. Ogerpon specifically represents the oni of the folktale.

    The mask it carries may be based on Oni masks, which were once considered a bad omen but now act as a protective talisman.

    Ogerpon and the masks it wears is also based on Skull Kid and Majora's mask from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.


    Ogerpon's name may be a corruption of the word Ogre (the English term for Oni) and Pon (a Japanese suffix for nicknames).