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This is a page about the Pokemon Bulbasaur in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Nintendo Switch. Read on to find out about Bulbasaur's Base Stats, Abilities, and Moves on starting the game.

Basic Information

Type

Bulbasaur
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Type 1 Type 2
Grass Poison

Base Stats

HP Attack Defense Special Attack Special Defense Speed
43 15 13 15 16 17

Ability

Ability Effect
Overgrow When the Pokemon's HP is low, the power of Grass-type moves goes up.

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Best Partner for Bulbasaur

Pokemon Type
Totodile Image
Totodile
Type 1:
Water
Water

Type 2:

Bulbasaur may have a lot of weaknesses, but Totodile can cover most of them with its wide moveset.

With access to Water-, Ice-, Fighting-, and Rock-type moves, Totodile can deal with Fire-, Flying-, Ice-, and Bug-type Pokemon handily.

Best Moveset

Move Type Effect
Light Screen
Psychic
Psychic
You and your teammates in the same room get the Light Screen condition, which reduces the damage taken from special moves.
Razor Leaf
Grass
Grass
It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It has a high critical-hit rate.
Sludge Bomb
Poison
Poison
It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also make the enemy Poisoned.
Synthesis
Grass
Grass
It restores your HP. During Sunny weather or in Extremely Harsh Sunlight, it restores your HP even more. During Rain, Heavy Rain, Hail, or a Sandstorm, the amount regained goes down.

Notes

  • This provides Bulbasaur with two ranged STAB Options and utility for the whole team.
  • Bulbasaur isn't a good Pokemon coverage provides. What it can provide is a bit of tankiness and utility through Light Screen and Synthesis.

Learned Moves

Starting Moves

Move Type Effect
Seed Bomb
Grass
Grass
It damages an enemy.
Sludge
Poison
Poison
It damages an enemy. It could also make the enemy Poisoned.
Tackle
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy.
Vine Whip
Grass
Grass
It damages an enemy. It reaches up to 2 tiles away.

Moves Learned By Level Up

Lv. Move Type Effect
Base Tackle
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy.
3 Growl
Normal
Normal
It lowers the Attack of enemies in the same room.
7 Vine Whip
Grass
Grass
It damages an enemy. It reaches up to 2 tiles away.
13 Poison Powder
Poison
Poison
It makes an enemy Poisoned. But it has no effect on Grass-type Pokemon.
13 Sleep Powder
Grass
Grass
It makes nearby enemies go to Sleep. But it has no effect on Grass-type Pokemon.
15 Take Down
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy-but you'll receive recoil damage, too.
19 Razor Leaf
Grass
Grass
It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It has a high critical-hit rate.
21 Sweet Scent
Normal
Normal
It gives off a sweet scent that lowers the evasiveness of all enemies in the same room. It could also make enemies' Bellies emptier.
25 Growth
Normal
Normal
It boosts your Attack and Sp. Atk. During Sunny weather or in Extremely Harsh Sunlight, your stats go up even higher. The stats return to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
27 Double-Edge
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy-but you'll receive recoil damage too.
31 Worry Seed
Grass
Grass
It changes the target's Ability to Insomnia. The effect wears off when you go to the next floor.
33 Synthesis
Grass
Grass
It restores your HP. During Sunny weather or in Extremely Harsh Sunlight, it restores your HP even more. During Rain, Heavy Rain, Hail, or a Sandstorm, the amount regained goes down.
37 Seed Bomb
Grass
Grass
It damages an enemy.

Moves Learned By TM

Move Type Effect
Attract
Normal
Normal
It makes an enemy Infatuated, which makes the enemy's moves more likely to fail.
Confide
Normal
Normal
It lowers the enemy's Sp. Atk.
Double Team
Normal
Normal
It boosts your evasiveness. The stat returns to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Echoed Voice
Normal
Normal
It damages enemies. It causes more damage if its used repeatedly. The power also goes up when you use it after a teammate uses it.
Energy Ball
Grass
Grass
It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also lower the enemy's Sp. Def.
Facade
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy. The damage it causes goes up if you have a bad status. It also prevents your Attack from being lowered when you use this move while you have a Burn.
Frustration
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy. The less you have opened up to your team, the more powerful this move will be.
Grass Knot
Grass
Grass
It damages an enemy. The heavier the enemy, the greater the damage caused by the move.
Hidden Power
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy. The move's type changes on each adventure.
Light Screen
Psychic
Psychic
You and your teammates in the same room get the Light Screen condition, which reduces the damage taken from special moves.
Nature Power
Normal
Normal
Borrowing power from nature, a variety of damaging moves will be used depending on the scenery of the floor.
Protect
Normal
Normal
You'll Protect yourself from enemies' moves. But its chance of failure rises if you use it after you've already used a move that blocks enemies' attacks.
Rest
Psychic
Psychic
You'll get the Napping condition. With the Napping condition, you'll fall asleep, awakening later with all your HP restored and bad statuses healed.
Return
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy. The more you've opened up to your team, the more powerful this move will be.
Round
Normal
Normal
It damages an enemy. It causes more damage if your teammate in the same room just used the same move.
Safeguard
Normal
Normal
You and your teammates in the same room get the Safeguard condition, which prevents you from having bad statuses.
Sleep Talk
Normal
Normal
If you're sleeping, a move you know will be used automatically on an enemy near you. But keep in mind that nothing will happen if you use this while you're wide awake.
Sludge Bomb
Poison
Poison
It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also make the enemy Poisoned.
Solar Beam
Grass
Grass
You'll get the Solar Beam condition, which lets you charge power to try a powerful attack on the next turn. During Sunny weather or in Extremely Harsh Sunlight, it charges for an immediate attack on the first turn. But during Rain, Heavy Rain, Hail, or a Sandstorm, the damage will be reduced.
Substitute
Normal
Normal
You'll create a Substitute if you have more than half your max HP. Every time you use this move, your HP decreases. When you create a Substitute, you won't be targeted by enemies, but you can't use moves or items, and you can't restore your HP naturally.
Sunny Day
Fire
Fire
It changes the floor's weather to Sunny. The power of Fire-type moves goes up, and the power of Water-type moves goes down.
Swagger
Normal
Normal
It makes an enemy Confused, but it also sharply raises the enemy's Attack.
Swords Dance
Normal
Normal
It sharply boosts your Attack. The stat returns to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Toxic
Poison
Poison
It makes the enemy Badly Poisoned. It never misses if used by a Poison-type Pokemon. It will even hit a Pokemon that's used Dig, Fly, or the like.
Venoshock
Poison
Poison
It damages an enemy. Its power goes up if the enemy is Poisoned or Badly Poisoned.
Work Up
Normal
Normal
It boosts your Attack and Sp. Atk. The stats return to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.

Evolution

Evolution Chain

Pokemon How to Evolve
Bulbasaur
Bulbasaur
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IvysaurIvysaur Evolves from Bulbasaur at Lv. 16
VenusaurVenusaur Evolves from Ivysaur at Lv. 32

Can Bulbasaur Mega Evolve?

This Pokemon can not Mega Evolve.

How to Get Bulbasaur

Dungeons Where Bulbasaur is Found

This Pokemon is not found in any Dungeons.

Bulbasaur's Rescue Camp

Rescue Camp Price
Beau Plains 2700

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