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メガぴょん Megapyon
Poké Ball
Debuts in Murkrow Row
Caught at Route 30
Evolves in Lively Larvitar
Lively Lugia III
Gender Male
Ability Overgrow
Nature Hardy
Current location With Crystal
Chikorita Bayleef Meganium
This Pokémon spent 17 rounds as Chikorita and 13 rounds as Bayleef.

Megaree (Japanese: メガぴょん Megapyon), known as Mega in Chuang Yi's translations, is one of the Pokémon owned by Crystal in the Pokémon Adventures manga. Megaree debuted as a Chikorita in Murkrow Row as a cameo. He officially debuted in Three Cheers for Chikorita.


As a Chikorita
As a Bayleef

As a Chikorita, Megaree was left on his own after Silver stole Totodile and Gold took Cyndaquil. He wanted to go on adventures with a Trainer. However, Crystal had no plans of adding new Pokémon to her team, and he ran away from the lab to convince her.

When he finally got to Crystal, she caught him and a wild Victreebel that held him hostage, thinking he was a wild Pokémon. Megaree became mad about this and insisted that he join her team, so Crystal made him fight against Monlee, and due to his mega-courage shown when he withstood a Mach Punch attack, Crystal decided to name him Mega, and took him along with her. Since all of Crys's team members have a star theme, Chumee gave him her star pendant.

Megaree evolved to Bayleef in Lively Larvitar when he battled the Larvitar that attacked Crystal's Arcanine in the past, while she was still a child. A bit later, at the Whirl Islands, Megaree became a Meganium while fighting alongside Exbo and Croconaw when the three evolved at the same time.

Megaree teamed up with the other starters to destroy Guile Hideout's giant, fake Kyogre in the end of the Emerald arc, having learned Frenzy Plant from Ultima's rings sometime beforehand.

Moves used

Megaree Emerald Sceptile Frenzy Plant.png
Using Frenzy Plant
Move First Used In
Frenzy Plant The Final Battle VII
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • The amount of rounds that Megaree took to reach his first evolution and final form are the reversal of Saur's progressions, another Grass-type starter.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Chikorita, Bayleef, and Meganium.

Project Manga logo.png This article is part of Project Manga, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each series of Pokémon manga.