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Revision as of 21:33, February 21, 2020

Stufful (ヌイコグマ Nuikoguma) is a Normal/Fighting-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII.

Biology

Physiology

Stufful is based on a red panda and resembles a plush doll.

Behavior

Although a lot of ladies and children fall in love with them because of its adorable appearance, manners and soft fur, it actually detests being stroked and will continuously struggles by waving its paws. However, they won't struggle if they're near those they trust or comfortable with.

Natural abilities

Despite having a small size, it has powerful strength. Anyone who gets by it suddenly, including the ones who are well-trained, will get severely injured.

Game info

Locations

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
Sun and Moon Route 8, Akala Outskirts Rare


Pokédex entries

  • Sun

    Despite its adorable appearance, when it gets angry and flails about, its arms and legs could knock a pro wrestler sprawling.

  • Moon

    A touch from anyone except a known friend sends it into a surging frenzy. It’s an incredibly dangerous Pokémon.

  • Ultra Sun

    It boasts power enough to split large trees in half. The organ on its rear releases an odor that it uses to communicate with others of its kind.

  • Ultra Moon

    Stufful hates to be hugged or touched in any way. It will squirm, thrash, and resist with amazing power.

  • Sword

    Its fluffy fur is a delight to pet, but carelessly reaching out to touch this Pokémon could result in painful retaliation.

  • Shield

    The way it protects itself by flailing its arms may be an adorable sight, but stay well away. This is flailing that can snap thick tree trunks.


Stats

Base Stats
HP
70
Attack
75
Defense
50
Sp. Atk
45
Sp. Def
50
Speed
50
Total
340

Learnset

Leveling

LevelingGeneration VIII
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Tackle 40 100% 35 Normal Physical
1 Leer 100% 30 Normal Status
4 Baby-Doll Eyes 100% 30 Fairy Status
8 Payback 50 100% 10 Dark Physical
12 Brutal Swing 60 100% 20 Dark Physical
16 Endure —% 10 Normal Status
20 Strength 80 100% 15 Normal Physical
24 Take Down 90 85% 20 Normal Physical
28 Flail 100% 15 Normal Physical
32 Hammer Arm 100 90% 10 Fighting Physical
36 Thrash 120 100% 10 Normal Physical
40 Pain Split —% 20 Normal Status
44 Double-Edge 120 100% 15 Normal Physical
48 Superpower 120 100% 5 Fighting Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

LevelingGeneration VII
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Tackle 40 100% 35 Normal Status
1 Leer 100% 20 Normal Status
5 Bide —% 10 Normal Physical
10 Baby-Doll Eyes 100% 30 Fairy Status
14 Brutal Swing 60 100% 20 Dark Physical
19 Flail 100% 15 Normal Physical
23 Payback 50 100% 15 Dark Physical
28 Take Down 90 85% 20 Normal Physical
32 Hammer Arm 100 95% 10 Fighting Physical
37 Thrash 120 100% 10 Normal Physical
41 Pain Split —% 20 Normal Status
46 Double-Edge 120 100% 15 Normal Physical
50 Superpower 120 100% 5 Fighting Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

TM

TMs and HMs Generation VII
TM/HM Move Power Accuracy PP Type Cat.
TM01 Work Up —% 30 Normal Status
TM05 Roar —% 20 Normal Status
TM06 Toxic 90% 10 Poison Status
TM08 Bulk Up —% 20 Fighting Status
TM10 Hidden Power 60 100% 15 Normal Special
TM12 Taunt —% 20 Dark Status
TM17 Protect —% 10 Normal Status
TM21 Frustration 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM26 Earthquake 100 100% 10 Ground Physical
TM27 Return 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM31 Brick Break 75 100% 15 Fighting Physical
TM32 Double Team —% 15 Normal Status
TM39 Rock Tomb 60 95% 15 Rock Physical
TM40 Aerial Ace 60 —% 20 Flying Physical
TM42 Facade 70 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM44 Rest —% 10 Psychic Status
TM45 Attract 100% 15 Normal Status
TM47 Low Sweep 65 100% 20 Fighting Physical
TM48 Round 60 100% 15 Normal Special
TM52 Focus Blast 120 70% 5 Fighting Special
TM56 Fling 100% 10 Dark Physical
TM59 Brutal Swing 60 100% 20 Dark Physical
TM66 Payback 50 100% 10 Dark Physical
TM75 Swords Dance —% 20 Normal Status
TM78 Bulldoze 60 100% 20 Ground Physical
TM80 Rock Slide 75 90% 10 Rock Physical
TM87 Swagger 85% 15 Normal Status
TM88 Sleep Talk —% 10 Normal Status
TM90 Substitute —% 10 Normal Status
TM100 Confide —% 20 Normal Status
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Breeding

Breeding Generation VII
Move Father Power Accuracy PP Type Category
Endure Dunsparce, Swinub, Piloswine, Mamoswine, Phanpy, Vigoroth, Pachirisu, Buneary, Lopunny, Cubchoo, Beartic —% 10 Normal Status
Force Palm Mienfoo, Mienshao 60 100% 10 Fighting Physical
Ice Punch * Sneasel, Delibird, Buneary, Scraggy, Cubchoo 75 100% 15 Ice Physical
Mega Kick Mudbray, Mudsdale 120 75% 5 Normal Physical
Stomping Tantrum Mankey, Primeape 75 100% 10 Ground Physical
Thunder Punch Ampharos 75 100% 15 Electric Physical
Wide Guard Mienshao —% 10 Rock Status

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 this move requires chain breeding.
◊ indicates the father must learn this move in a previous generation.
♈ indicates the father must learn this move via a TM.

Tutoring

Tutoring Generation VII
Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
Bind USUM 15 85% 20 Normal Physical
Dual Chop USUM 40 90% 15 Dragon Physical
Focus Punch USUM 150 100% 20 Fighting Physical
Ice Punch USUM 75 100% 15 Ice Physical
Iron Head USUM 80 100% 15 Steel Physical
Pain Split USUM —% 20 Normal Status
Role Play USUM —% 10 Psychic Status
Snore USUM 50 100% 15 Normal Special
Stomping Tantrum USUM 75 100% 10 Ground Physical
Superpower USUM 120 100% 5 Fighting Physical
Thunder Punch USUM 75 100% 15 Electric Physical
Zen Headbutt USUM 80 90% 15 Psychic Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites

Template:Sprite gallery

Appearances

Anime

Stufful anime

Stufful

Main article: Stufful (anime)

Stufful made brief appearances since "A Dream Encounter!", prior becoming part of the major cast as of Don't Ignore the Small Stufful!. It was originally one of the Aether Foundation’s Pokémon before it first met Team Rocket Trio who have been infiltrating the foundation many times whenever Ash and his friends visiting there. It first met the Team Rocket Trio in some time after the recovery of Necrozma.

Its backstory revealed that Stufful ended up separated from its long-lost mother Bewear and got rescued by Aether Foundation member Wicke, who eventually shelters it at Aether Paradise for recovery until they found its mother. During Team Rocket’s second infiltration on Aether Paradise it began to attach to Team Rocket’s Jessie as it smells its mother’s scent on the Team Rocket member, and eventually leads it right on the track when Bewear always arrived foiling Team Rocket’s plan and dragging them, reuniting with its mother once more.

As its mother is often being a running gag on dragging Team Rocket away from the heroes to the “new blast”, Stufful becomes part of this gag, starting from Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!, properly, where Stufful appears in front of Team Rocket, signals Bewear’s incoming presences before them.

Trivia

  • Stufful is one of the 16 Pokemon to be made into a puppet in Japan.
  • Stufful is the only Pokémon with a tag under it’s tail.

Origin

  • Stufful appears to be based on a stuffed plush toy bear and a red panda. Its violent behavior despite its cute appearance may be a reference to the anime Aggressive Retsuko (whose original incarnation premiered on the Japanese channel TBS in 2016, the same year that Sun and Moon were released), in which the titular character, a red panda working as an accountant, releases stress caused by her annoying coworkers and sexist comments made by some of said coworkers, often telling her she should quit her job and get married (possibly explaining Stufful's dislike of physical affection) by singing death metal about what annoys her.

Etymology

  • Stufful might be a combination of stuffed, full, and struggle.

Names in other languages

  • English, Italian and Spanish: Stufful
  • French: Nounourson
  • German: Velursi
  • Chinese: 童偶熊
  • Korean: 포곰곰

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