Snorlax (Pokémon)

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This article is about the species. For a specific instance of this species, see Snorlax (disambiguation).
Snorlax
Sleeping Pokémon
カビゴン
Kabigon
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Snorlax
Snorlax
Gigantamax Snorlax
Gigantamax Snorlax



Images on the Bulbagarden Archives
Type
Normal Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Gigantamax Snorlax
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Unknown Unknown
Abilities
Immunity or Thick Fat Cacophony
Gigantamax Snorlax
Cacophony
Gluttony
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Gigantamax Snorlax
Cacophony
Gender ratio
Unknown
87.5% male, 12.5% female
Catch rate
25 (7.7%)
Breeding
Egg Group
Monster
Hatch time
40 cycles
Height
6'11" 2.1 m
Snorlax
114'10"+ 35.0+ m
Gigantamax Snorlax
0'0" 0 m
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0'0" 0 m
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Weight
1014.1 lbs. 460.0 kg
Snorlax
??? lbs. ??? kg
Gigantamax Snorlax
0 lbs. 0 kg
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0 lbs. 0 kg
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Mega Stone
[[|]] [[|]]
Base experience yield
154
Gen. I-IV
Unknown
IV
189
V+
Leveling rate
Slow
EV yield
Total: 2
Snorlax
2
HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
Sp.Atk
0
Sp.Def
0
Speed
Gigantamax Snorlax
0
HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
Sp.Atk
0
Sp.Def
0
Speed
0
HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
Sp.Atk
0
Sp.Def
0
Speed
0
HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
Sp.Atk
0
Sp.Def
0
Speed
Shape
Body12.png
Footprint
F0143.png F000.png
Gigantamax Snorlax
Pokédex color
Black
Base friendship
70
External Links

Snorlax (Japanese: カビゴン Kabigon) is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Munchlax when leveled up with high friendship.

Snorlax can Gigantamax into Gigantamax Snorlax if it has the Gigantamax Factor.

In Generations I and II games, their remakes, and Pokémon X and Y, wild Snorlax can be found sleeping in inconvenient locations. In order to catch one, a Trainer must first awaken it with music from either a Poké Flute or the Pokégear set to the Poké Flute channel.

Snorlax is the game mascot of Pokémon Sleep.

Biology

Snorlax is a huge, bipedal, dark blue-green mammalian Pokémon with a cream-colored face, belly, and feet. Its body is composed of mostly its belly, as its limbs are comparatively small. Its head is large with small, pointed ears, and two pointed teeth protruding from its lower jaw. It has round feet, which both have three claws and a circular brown paw pad, and short arms with five claws on each hand. Snorlax's bulk makes it the heaviest Normal type.

Snorlax is often found in mountains and forests. It wakes up only to eat, requiring 900 lbs. (400 kg) of food per day before returning to its slumber, although it can also eat while it is resting. It is not a picky eater, as its strong stomach allows it to eat even moldy food without feeling any ill effects. It can even handle thorny plants or Muk's poison. Snorlax is docile enough to let children and small Pokémon bounce on its large stomach. Despite its apparent laziness, however, Snorlax can exhibit tremendous power when prompted. Snorlax is known to appear without warning in villages and steal their food supplies, such as rice granaries, which has long been considered a disaster whenever it happens. Professor Neroli does research on Snorlax, particularly on their ability to attract Pokémon around them to sleep. A lot of Pokémon tend to gather around Snorlax to sleep near it or on it.

Snorlax is the only known Pokémon capable of using the Z-Move Pulverizing Pancake.

Forms

 
Gigantamax Snorlax attacking

Snorlax has a Gigantamax form.

As Gigantamax Snorlax, seeds and small pebbles that were tangled in its belly fur go through immense growth, causing patches of grass, bushes, rocks, and a large tree to sprout upon its belly. The tree has three red clouds circling it. The Berries that grow on Gigantamax Snorlax's tree include a Sitrus Berry, a Magost Berry, and a Haban Berry.

Gigantamax Snorlax almost never moves; even when in battle it only slightly lifts its body and attacks by flailing with its arms and legs. However, its attacks are very powerful — Gigantamax Snorlax is considered to be one of the strongest Dynamax Pokémon to have been discovered.[1]

Gigantamax Snorlax is the only known Pokémon capable of using the G-Max Move G-Max Replenish.

Gigantamax Snorlax
 

Evolution

Snorlax evolves from Munchlax.

(For specifics on this Pokémon's evolution in the games, refer to Game data→Evolution data.)

 
Unevolved
Munchlax
 Normal 

 
First evolution
Snorlax
 Normal 

Game data

NPC appearances

  • Pokémon Ranger: Snorlax will be seen sleeping throughout the game, effectively cutting off certain areas until later on. It will eventually remain in a cave in the Sekra Range. Once the rest of the Ranger Browser has been completed, it will wake up and can be captured.

Pokédex entries

Generation I Kanto
#143
Red(JPN) (This entry was originally untranslated in English until it was reused in Pokémon FireRed.)
Green
Red(ENG) Very lazy. Just eats and sleeps. As its rotund bulk builds, it becomes steadily more slothful.
Blue
Yellow Will eat anything, even if the food happens to be a little moldy. It never gets an upset stomach.
Stadium A lazy Pokémon that gets continually fatter by sticking to a cycle of eating and sleeping. Awake only when it eats.
Generation II Johto
#225
Gold What sounds like its cry may actually be its snores or the rumblings of its hungry belly.
Silver Its stomach's digestive juices can dissolve any kind of poison. It can even eat things off the ground.
Crystal This Pokémon's stomach is so strong, even eating moldy or rotten food will not affect it.
Stadium 2 Its stomach's digestive juices can dissolve any kind of poison. It can even eat things off the ground.
Generation III Hoenn
#—
Kanto
#143
Ruby Snorlax's typical day consists of nothing more than eating and sleeping. It is such a docile Pokémon that there are children who use its expansive belly as a place to play.
Sapphire
Emerald Snorlax's typical day consists of nothing more than eating and sleeping. It is such a docile Pokémon that there are children who use its big belly as a place to play.
FireRed It is not satisfied unless it eats over 880 pounds of food every day. When it is done eating, it goes promptly to sleep.
LeafGreen Very lazy. Just eats and sleeps. As its rotund bulk builds, it becomes steadily more slothful.
Generation IV Sinnoh
#113
Johto
#230
Diamond Its stomach can digest any kind of food, even if it happens to be moldy or rotten.
Pearl It stops eating only to sleep. It doesn't feel full unless it eats nearly 900 pounds a day.
Platinum When its belly is full, it becomes too lethargic to even lift a finger, so it is safe to bounce on its belly.
HeartGold What sounds like its cry may actually be its snores or the rumblings of its hungry belly.
SoulSilver Its stomach's digestive juices can dissolve any kind of poison. It can even eat things off the ground.
Generation V Unova
#—
Black When its belly is full, it becomes too lethargic to even lift a finger, so it is safe to bounce on its belly.
White
Black 2 When its belly is full, it becomes too lethargic to even lift a finger, so it is safe to bounce on its belly.
White 2
Generation VI Kalos
Central #139
Hoenn
#—
X It is not satisfied unless it eats over 880 pounds of food every day. When it is done eating, it goes promptly to sleep.
Y Its stomach can digest any kind of food, even if it happens to be moldy or rotten.
Omega Ruby Snorlax's typical day consists of nothing more than eating and sleeping. It is such a docile Pokémon that there are children who use its expansive belly as a place to play.
Alpha Sapphire
Generation VII Alola
 S  M : #036
Alola
 US  UM : #043
Kanto
#143
Sun Its stomach is said to be incomparably strong. Even Muk's poison is nothing more than a hint of spice on Snorlax's tongue.
Moon It eats nearly 900 pounds of food every day. It starts nodding off while eating—and continues to eat even while it's asleep.
Ultra Sun It doesn't do anything other than eat and sleep. When prompted to make a serious effort, though, it apparently displays awesome power.
Ultra Moon It has no interest in anything other than eating. Even if you climb up on its stomach while it's napping, it doesn't seem to mind at all!
Let's Go Pikachu Will eat anything, even if the food happens to be a little moldy. It never gets an upset stomach.
Let's Go Eevee
Generation VIII Galar
#261
Galar
Crown Tundra #173
Sinnoh
#113
Hisui
#052
Sword It is not satisfied unless it eats over 880 pounds of food every day. When it is done eating, it goes promptly to sleep.
Shield This Pokémon's stomach is so strong, even eating moldy or rotten food will not affect it.
Brilliant Diamond Its stomach can digest any kind of food, even if it happens to be moldy or rotten.
Shining Pearl It stops eating only to sleep. It doesn't feel full unless it eats nearly 900 pounds a day.
Legends: Arceus This glutton appears in villages without warning and devours the entirety of their rice granaries—such occurrences have long been counted among the gravest of disasters.
Gigantamax Snorlax
Sword Gigantamax energy has affected stray seeds and even pebbles that got stuck to Snorlax, making them grow to a huge size.
Shield Terrifyingly strong, this Pokémon is the size of a mountain—and moves about as much as one as well.
Generation IX Paldea
#—
Kitakami
#103
Blueberry
#—
Scarlet This gluttonous Pokémon eats constantly, apart from when it's asleep. It devours nearly 900 pounds of food per day.
Violet Its stomach's digestive juices can dissolve any kind of poison. Eating things off the ground doesn't bother it at all.


   
Snorlax in the Alola Pokédex Snorlax in the Kitakami Pokédex

Game locations

Generation I
Red Blue
Routes 12 and 16 (Only two)
Blue (Japan)
Routes 12 and 16 (Only two)
Yellow
Routes 12 and 16 (Only two)
Generation II
Gold Silver
Vermilion City (Only one)
Crystal
Vermilion City (Only one)
Generation III
Ruby Sapphire
Trade
Emerald
Trade
FireRed LeafGreen
Routes 12 and 16 (Only two)
Colosseum
Trade
XD
Citadark Isle (Shadow)
Generation IV
Diamond Pearl
Evolve Munchlax
Platinum
Evolve Munchlax
HeartGold SoulSilver
Route 11 or 12* (Only one)
Pal Park
Field
Generation V
Black White
Evolve Munchlax
Black 2 White 2
Trade with Yancy/Curtis in Nimbasa City
Dream World
Dream Park
Generation VI
X Y
Route 7 (Only one)
Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
Trade
Generation VII
Sun Moon
Route 1 (SOS Battle)
Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
Route 1 (SOS Battle)
Let's Go Pikachu Let's Go Eevee
Routes 12 and 16 (Only two)
Cerulean Cave
Generation VIII
Sword Shield
Motostoke Riverbank (Wanderer)
Bridge Field, East Lake Axewell, Motostoke Riverbank, Rolling Fields, Stony Wilderness (Max Raid Battle)
Wild Area News, Event (Gigantamax Factor)
Expansion Pass
Slippery Slope, Frostpoint Field, Giant's BedSh (Wanderer)
Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl
Evolve Munchlax
Legends: Arceus
Obsidian Fieldlands: near Sandgem Flats  , massive mass outbreaks
Crimson Mirelands: Space-time distortions
Alabaster Icelands: Snowfall Hot Spring
Generation IX
Scarlet Violet
TradeVersion 2.0.1+
The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero
Timeless Woods
Tera Raid Battles (5★, 6★)


In side games

Generation I
Snap
Beach
Pinball
Red Field: Cycling Road
Generation II
This Pokémon is unavailable in Generation II side games.
Generation III
Channel
Camp StarlightTh
Trozei!
Endless Level 75, Forever Level 25, Pair Trozei, Mr. Who's Den
MD Red MD Blue
Howling Forest (11F-14F)
Ranger
Sekra Range
Generation IV
MD Time MD Darkness
Mystery Jungle (1F-29F)
MD Sky
Mystery Jungle (1F-29F)
Rumble
Silent Forest (Both Modes S, Advanced Mode B)
PokéPark Wii
Cavern Zone
Generation V
Rumble Blast
Autumnwood: Volcanic Slope (post-ending)
PokéPark 2
Arbor Area
Conquest
Aurora
Rumble U
Jungle Area: In Trouble? Tap Away! (Reward), Melodious Woodland: A Lively Concert
Generation VI
Battle Trozei
Mountain of Order: Stage 1
Rumble World
Distortion Land: Gracious Woodlands (Back Boss)
Picross
Area 07: Stage 01
Generation VII
Rumble Rush
Snorlax Sea, Gengar Sea, Bulbasaur Sea, Arceus Sea, Charizard SeaFinal
Generation VIII
MD DX
Fainted Pokémon: Stormy Sea
New Snap
Secret Side Path, Florio Nature ParkDay with Secret Side Path
Cross-Generation
Shuffle
Pedra Valley: Stage 183
Nacht Carnival: Stage 510
Masters EX
Poké Fair sync pair scout: Red & Snorlax (Gigantamax), Anabel & Snorlax (Gigantamax)
Evolution: Scottie/Bettie & MunchlaxEgg
Café ReMix
Team Events (Mix), Delivery Event (ReMix)
UNITE
Purchase for 6,000 Aeos Coins/345 Aeos Gems


In events

Games Event Language/Region Location Level Distribution period
GSC Gotta Catch 'Em All Station! Splash Snorlax English United States 5 January 10 to 16, 2003
GSC Gotta Catch 'Em All Station! Lovely Kiss Snorlax English United States 5 February 7 to 13, 2003
GSC Gotta Catch 'Em All Station! Sweet Kiss Snorlax English United States 5 February 7 to 13, 2003;
February 21 to 27, 2003
SMUSUM Nihonbashi Snorlax All Japan 30 March 14 to April 22, 2018
SwSh Jump Festa '20 Gigantamax Snorlax All Japan 50 December 21, 2019 to January 31, 2020
Wild Area News
Games Event Gigantamax Location Level Distribution period
SwSh Wild Area News No hide 30, 40, 50, 60 December 4, 2019 to January 9, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News Yes hide 40, 50, 70 December 4, 2019 to January 9, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News No hide 30, 40, 50, 60 March 9 to 18, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News Yes hide 40, 50, 60 March 9 to 18, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News No hide 30 March 19 to 25, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News Yes hide 40, 50, 60 March 19 to 25, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News Yes hide 30, 60 June 2 to 29, 2020
SwSh Wild Area News Yes hide 17, 60 June 17 to 28, 2020

Held items

Pokémon caught in Generation I must be traded to a Generation II game in order for a held item to appear. In Pokémon Emerald, Snorlax can only be found in the Battle Frontier.

Games Held items
Red Blue
  Leftovers (100%)
Yellow
Gold Silver
Crystal
FireRed LeafGreen
Emerald
  Leftovers (100%)
XD
HeartGold SoulSilver
Black 2 White 2
X Y
Sun Moon
  Leftovers (100%)
Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
Sword Shield
Legends: Arceus
  Normal
Grit items by level
  Alpha
Grit items by level

Stats

Base stats

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
160
220 - 267 430 - 524
110
103 - 178 202 - 350
65
63 - 128 121 - 251
65
63 - 128 121 - 251
110
103 - 178 202 - 350
30
31 - 90 58 - 174
Total:
540
Other Pokémon with this total
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.
  • This Pokémon's Special base stat in Generation I was 65.

Pokéathlon stats

Speed
1/2
Power
4/5 ★★★★
Skill
1/3 ☆☆
Stamina
5/5 ★★★★★
Jump
2/2 ★★
Total
13/17 ★★


Type effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions in Generation IX, this Pokémon is:
Damaged
normally by:
Normal
Fighting
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water
Grass
Electric
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Weak to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water
Grass
Electric
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Immune to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water
Grass
Electric
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Resistant to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water
Grass
Electric
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Notes:

Learnset

By leveling up

Generation IX
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI - VII - VIII
 Level   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP
011 Recycle Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
011 Covet Normal Physical 06060 100100% 25
011 Stockpile Normal Status 0000 00——% 20
011 Swallow Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
011 Screech Normal Status 0000 08585% 40
011 Fling Dark Physical 0000 100100% 10
011 Metronome Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
011 Flail Normal Physical 0000 100100% 15
011 Last Resort Normal Physical 140140 100100% 5
011 Lick Ghost Physical 03030 100100% 30
011 Tackle Normal Physical 04040 100100% 35
011 Defense Curl Normal Status 0000 00——% 40
011 Block Normal Status 0000 00——% 5
1212 Yawn Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
1616 Bite Dark Physical 06060 100100% 25
2020 Snore Normal Special 05050 100100% 15
2020 Sleep Talk Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
2020 Rest Psychic Status 0000 00——% 5
2424 Crunch Dark Physical 08080 100100% 15
2828 Body Slam Normal Physical 08585 100100% 15
3232 Heavy Slam Steel Physical 0000 100100% 10
3636 Amnesia Psychic Status 0000 00——% 20
4040 High Horsepower Ground Physical 09595 09595% 10
4444 Hammer Arm Fighting Physical 100100 09090% 10
4848 Belly Drum Normal Status 0000 00——% 10
5252 Belch Poison Special 120120 09090% 10
5656 Giga Impact Normal Physical 150150 09090% 5
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Snorlax
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Snorlax
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations

By TM

Generation IX
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI - VII - VIII
   TM   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
TM001  TM001 Take Down Normal Physical 09090 085}}85% 20
TM002  TM002 Charm Fairy Status 0000 100}}100% 20
TM005  TM005 Mud-Slap Ground Special 02020 100}}100% 10
TM007  TM007 Protect Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM020  TM020 Trailblaze Grass Physical 05050 100}}100% 20
TM022  TM022 Chilling Water Water Special 05050 100}}100% 20
TM025  TM025 Facade Normal Physical 07070 100}}100% 20
TM028  TM028 Bulldoze Ground Physical 06060 100}}100% 20
TM034  TM034 Icy Wind Ice Special 05555 095}}95% 15
TM036  TM036 Rock Tomb Rock Physical 06060 095}}95% 15
TM043  TM043 Fling Dark Physical 0000 100}}100% 10
TM047  TM047 Endure Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM049  TM049 Sunny Day Fire Status 0000 00—}}—% 5
TM050  TM050 Rain Dance Water Status 0000 00—}}—% 5
TM051  TM051 Sandstorm Rock Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM055  TM055 Dig Ground Physical 08080 100}}100% 10
TM058  TM058 Brick Break Fighting Physical 07575 100}}100% 15
TM059  TM059 Zen Headbutt Psychic Physical 08080 090}}90% 15
TM066  TM066 Body Slam Normal Physical 08585 100}}100% 15
TM067  TM067 Fire Punch Fire Physical 07575 100}}100% 15
TM068  TM068 Thunder Punch Electric Physical 07575 100}}100% 15
TM069  TM069 Ice Punch Ice Physical 07575 100}}100% 15
TM070  TM070 Sleep Talk Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM071  TM071 Seed Bomb Grass Physical 08080 100}}100% 15
TM080  TM080 Metronome Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM084  TM084 Stomping Tantrum Ground Physical 07575 100}}100% 10
TM085  TM085 Rest Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 5
TM086  TM086 Rock Slide Rock Physical 07575 090}}90% 10
TM089  TM089 Body Press Fighting Physical 08080 100}}100% 10
TM099  TM099 Iron Head Steel Physical 08080 100}}100% 15
TM102  TM102 Gunk Shot Poison Physical 120120 080}}80% 5
TM103  TM103 Substitute Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM108  TM108 Crunch Dark Physical 08080 100}}100% 15
TM114  TM114 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 08080 100}}100% 15
TM117  TM117 Hyper Voice Normal Special 09090 100}}100% 10
TM121  TM121 Heavy Slam Steel Physical 0000 100}}100% 10
TM122  TM122 Encore Normal Status 0000 100}}100% 5
TM123  TM123 Surf Water Special 09090 100}}100% 15
TM125  TM125 Flamethrower Fire Special 09090 100}}100% 15
TM126  TM126 Thunderbolt Electric Special 09090 100}}100% 15
TM128  TM128 Amnesia Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM130  TM130 Helping Hand Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM135  TM135 Ice Beam Ice Special 09090 100}}100% 10
TM141  TM141 Fire Blast Fire Special 110110 085}}85% 5
TM143  TM143 Blizzard Ice Special 110110 070}}70% 5
TM147  TM147 Wild Charge Electric Physical 09090 100}}100% 15
TM149  TM149 Earthquake Ground Physical 100100 100}}100% 10
TM152  TM152 Giga Impact Normal Physical 150150 090}}90% 5
TM156  TM156 Outrage Dragon Physical 120120 100}}100% 10
TM158  TM158 Focus Blast Fighting Special 120120 070}}70% 5
TM163  TM163 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150150 090}}90% 5
TM166  TM166 Thunder Electric Special 110110 070}}70% 10
TM168  TM168 Solar Beam Grass Special 120120 100}}100% 10
TM171  TM171 Tera Blast Normal Special 08080 100}}100% 10
TM179  TM179 Smack Down Rock Physical 05050 100}}100% 15
TM186  TM186 High Horsepower Ground Physical 09595 095}}95% 10
TM189  TM189 Heat Crash Fire Physical 0000 100}}100% 10
TM191  TM191 Uproar Normal Special 09090 100}}100% 10
TM192  TM192 Focus Punch Fighting Physical 150150 100}}100% 20
TM204  TM204 Double-Edge Normal Physical 120120 100}}100% 15
TM210  TM210 Supercell Slam Electric Physical 100100 095}}95% 15
TM224  TM224 Curse Ghost Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM225  TM225 Hard Press Steel Physical 0000 100}}100% 10
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Snorlax
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution or an alternate form of Snorlax
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations

By breeding

Generation IX
Other generations:
II - III - IV - V - VI - VII - VIII
 Parent   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
Belch Poison Special 120 90% 10
Counter Fighting Physical 100% 20
Curse Ghost Status —% 10
Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100% 15
Fissure Ground Physical 30% 5
  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Snorlax
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Snorlax
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Snorlax
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Egg moves from other generations

By a prior evolution

Generation IX
Other generations:
IV - V - VI - VII - VIII
 Stage   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon has no moves exclusive to prior evolutions.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Snorlax
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Snorlax
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see moves from other generations

Side game data

Pokémon Pinball
   
Acquisition: Catch
Pokémon Trozei!
 
Rarity: Rare
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon
Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team
Body size: 1
Recruit rate: 2%
Friend Area: Energetic Forest
Phrases
51%-100% HP I eat, I eat, and I still want to eat!
26%-50% HP I just noticed... Why is my HP down to half?
1%-25% HP I don't understand it. Why am I fainting?
Level up Yay! I leveled up! Will that make me hungry?
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon
Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky
  Body size: 1
Recruit rate: -12%
IQ group: E
Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
 

Body size: Standard (1 tile)
How to Recruit: Feed an Apple to in a dungeon
Connected to: Wynaut, Carnivine, Zorua
Connection Orb Set: 3

Phrases
Normal Say, you have anything to eat?
Low HP (< 50%) I'm too hungry to move...
Pokémon Ranger
Group:
Normal
Poké Assist: None Field move: None
Loops: 21 Min. exp.: 110 Max. exp.: 160
Browser entry R-105
Snorlax is a massive and heavy Pokémon that is always sleeping.
Pokémon Rumble
Attack ●●●
Defense ●●●
Speed ●●●
Pokémon Rumble Blast
Attack ●●●
Defense ●●●
Speed ●●●
Pokémon Rumble Rush
  Walking Speed: 1.42 seconds Base HP: 68
Base Attack: 81 Base Defense: 57 Base Speed: 60
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
  PokéPark Pad entry:
Snorlax is often found sleeping in the PokéPark! He guards a Secret Word for the Granite Zone. His favorite Attraction is Rhyperior's Bumper Burn.
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
 
PokéPark Pad entry:
He is kind and powerful. He loves to eat, but he can control himself if there's something he's not supposed to eat.
Pokémon Conquest
  HP: ★★★★★ Move: Body Slam
Attack: ★★★★ Ability 1: Deep Sleep
Ability 2: Immunity
Ability 3: Thick Fat
Defense: ★★★
Speed:
Evolves from Munchlax when it has a link of 50% or higher
Range: 2 Perfect Links: Takanobu
Pokémon Battle Trozei
Normal
Attack Power: ★★★★★

 

Pokémon Shuffle
 
Normal
  Attack Power: 70 - 140   20

#179
 

Brute Force
Increases damage for attacks that are not very effective.
  Swappable Skill(s): Stabilize++, Try Hard


Pokémon GO
  Base HP: 330 Base Attack: 190 Base Defense: 169
Egg Distance: N/A* Buddy Distance: 5 km Evolution Requirement: N/A
Fast Attacks: Zen Headbutt, Lick, Yawn
Charged Attacks: Heavy Slam*, Hyper Beam, Earthquake, Outrage*, Skull Bash*, Body Slam*, Superpower*, Frustration , Return 
Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
  Friendship Item: Leftovers (500 ) ★✰✰✰✰: 10
★★✰✰✰: 12 (4 )
★★★✰✰: 15 (8 )
★★★★✰: 20 (16 )
★★★★★: 25 (21 )
Skill: Provides food (×n)
Recovery time: 50 minutes
New Pokémon Snap
 
Photodex entry #217
After eating roughly its own weight in food, Snorlax develops a truly king-sized belly. It doesn’t seem to mind if smaller Pokémon decide to use its belly as a bed.


Costumes in Pokémon GO
   
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Form data

Gigantamax

 
Gigantamax Factor
 
Snorlax
Snorlax
 Normal 

 
Dynamax Band


Lasts for three turns
 
Gigantamax
Snorlax
Snorlax
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Evolution data

 
Baby form
Munchlax
 Normal 
 
Breed
holding Full Incense
(IVVIII)



  +  
Level up with
high friendship
 
First evolution
Snorlax
 Normal 


Sprites

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In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

Ash's Snorlax

In Snack Attack!, a wild Snorlax was eating the grapefruits of the Grapefruit Islands. Ash managed to catch it near the end of the episode. After Ash's adventures in the Orange Islands, Snorlax spent most of its time at Professor Oak's lab.

Other

Snorlax debuted in Wake Up Snorlax!, under the ownership of a hippie. The hippie's Snorlax had fallen asleep in front of a river flowing to a small village, leaving it up to Ash and his friends to wake it up.

In Pikachu's Rescue Adventure, a Snorlax used its strength to hold on to the nest containing Togepi and some Exeggcute.

A Snorlax is a part of the Pichu Brothers' Posse that first appeared in Pikachu & Pichu. It reappeared in other episodes of Pokémon Chronicles and made a cameo appearance in Giratina and the Sky Warrior.

In Snorlax Snowman, multiple alternately colored Snorlax had adapted to more frigid climates. One of them befriended Pikachu and his friends.

In The Garden of Eatin', a Snorlax was devouring the bananas in Marcel's Banana Slakoth Garden. Marcel's newly evolved Vigoroth defeated the Snorlax, allowing him to capture it. Afterwards, Marcel built a relaxation room around it.

In PK13, a Snorlax ate Corphish's apples that were on sale.

In A Full Course Tag Battle!, Roman used a Snorlax in a Tag Battle alongside Kylie's Munchlax against Ash and Brock, who used Pikachu and Sudowoodo, respectively, but they were defeated.

In A Marathon Rivalry!, Daniel's Snorlax competed in the Pokéathlon. It managed to win the race by a slim margin due to its belly, barely beating Pikachu.

In Awakening the Sleeping Giant!, a Snorlax slept in the middle of Camphrier Town and needed to be woken up by the playing of a Poké Flute. Unfortunately, the Poké Flute had been taken by Princess Allie, requiring Ash and his friends to go to Parfum Palace to retrieve it.

In Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad, a Snorlax was sent rolling down a hill with Chespin and Pancham running on top of it to avoid falling off. It took the cooperation of Pikachu, his friends, and several forest Pokémon to stop Snorlax's descent.

In Pulling Out the Pokémon Base Pepper!, Oluolu owns a Snorlax. It reappeared in Night of a Thousand Poses! and Battle Royal 151!, the latter in which it was used in the Manalo Conference.

In Mind-Boggling Dynamax!, a Snorlax Gigantamaxed in the Wild Area. However, it was lying atop some railroad tracks, forcing Ash and Goh to figure out a way to stop an incoming train from colliding with it. It reappeared in a flashback in Sword and Shield: The Darkest Day!.

Minor appearances

In Showdown at the Po-ké Corral, a Snorlax was living at Professor Oak's Laboratory.

In Pikachu's Vacation, a Snorlax was at the Pokémon Theme Park.

Multiple Snorlax appeared in a fantasy in Snack Attack.

In A Hot Water Battle, a Snorlax living in a tropical jungle was blocking the path to a cave.

A Snorlax appeared in Ash's fantasy in UnBEARable.

A Snorlax appeared in Jessie's flashback in Nerves of Steelix!.

In Wish Upon a Star Shape, a Snorlax created the crop circles that the Pokémon Mystery Club found.

In A Claim to Flame!, a Trainer's Snorlax competed in a qualifying match during the Silver Conference.

In a flashback in Lights, Camerupt, Action!, a Snorlax played the lead role in the Western movie Brock saw with his family.

A Munchlax that appeared throughout Destiny Deoxys evolved into a Snorlax in order to stay afloat during a flood of malfunctioning Block Bots.

A Coordinator's Snorlax appeared in Deceit and Assist.

In Queen of the Serpentine!, a Snorlax lived with Lucy as one of her pets.

A Snorlax appeared in a flashback in Oh Do You Know The Poffin Plan!.

A Snorlax appeared in PK20.

In Challenging a Towering Figure!, a Trainer's Snorlax battled a Golem during the Festival Battle Challenge.

A Trainer's Snorlax appeared in Regaining the Home Advantage!.

In Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn!, a Coordinator's Snorlax and Wooper competed during the Double Performance required for the Daybreak Contest.

A Trainer's Snorlax appeared in a flashback in Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port!.

In An Old Family Blend!, a Trainer's Snorlax competed in the Lily of the Valley Conference.

In PK23, a Snorlax blocked Pikachu and his friends from getting a Rinka Berry.

In Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade, a Snorlax watched Meloetta's concert.

A Snorlax appeared in Seeing the Forest for the Trees!.

In I Choose You!, a Trainer's Snorlax was defeated after battling Ash and his Pikachu.

In Deceiving Appearances!, a Snorlax was sleeping with its head resting on an Alolan Exeggutor at Aether Paradise. In Don't Ignore the Small Stufful!, Professor Burnet was preparing to inject Snorlax with a needle.

Two Trainers' Snorlax appeared in Getting a Jump on the Competition!. One of them was seen participating in the Pokémon Sled Jump Games.

In A Mission of Ultra Urgency!, a Buzzwole attacked a Snorlax.

In Sours for the Sweet!, a Snorlax ate all of the Berries that Ulu knocked over.

In Dummy, You Shrunk the Kids!, a Snorlax was featured in a fantasy illustrating Faba's explanation as to how heavy Pokémon can still fit inside a Poké Ball.

A Snorlax appeared in Enter Pikachu!.

In Legend? Go! Friends? Go!, a Snorlax blocked the path in Vermilion City.

A Trainer's Snorlax appeared in The Sinnoh Iceberg Race!.

In Crowning the Chow Crusher!, a Trainer's Snorlax competed in the Pokémon Grand Eating Contest. Another Snorlax was seen in the poster promoting the competition.

In A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!, a Snorlax was seen in the Wild Area.

A Snorlax got stuck in Gulpin's giant ball in A Rollicking Roll….

A Snorlax appeared in Sleuths for Truth!.

A Snorlax appeared in Errand Endurance!.

A Snorlax appeared in This Could be the Start of Something Big!.

A Snorlax appeared in The Road Most Traveled!.

A Snorlax appeared in The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One), under the ownership of a student of Indigo Academy. As Liko fell off the roof trying to catch Sprigatito in her arms, her landing was softened by Snorlax's belly.

Pokédex entries

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
EP041 Snorlax Ash's Pokédex Snorlax, a Sleeping Pokémon. Snorlax wakes only to eat.
EP041 Snorlax's weight Ash's Pokédex Snorlax is the heaviest species of all known Pokémon, with some weighing more than one thousand pounds.
EP041 Snorlax's diet Ash's Pokédex Snorlax's hunger isn't satisfied until it consumes 900 pounds of food. Then it goes back to sleep.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
EP094 Snorlax Ash's Pokédex Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon. Snorlax isn't satisfied unless it eats at least 900 pounds of food per day. Once it is full, it promptly goes to sleep.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
AG088 Snorlax May's Pokédex Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon. Snorlax isn't satisfied until it's eaten about 900 pounds of food each day, after which it promptly goes to sleep.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
DP076 Snorlax Dawn's Pokédex Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon and the evolved form of Munchlax. It can eat 400 pounds of food before feeling full.
DP160 Snorlax Dawn's Pokédex Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon. Snorlax becomes much too lazy to lift even a finger when it has a full belly, which then makes it safe to bounce upon.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
XY018 Snorlax Serena's Pokédex Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon. After eating its fill, Snorlax is too sleepy to move. Small children sometimes play on its belly.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
JN005 Snorlax Goh's Rotom Phone Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon. A Normal type. Snorlax eats over 800 pounds of food every day. As it begins to eat, it falls asleep and it sleeps while it eats. Its average height is a bit less than seven feet.

Pokémon Origins

 
Snorlax in Pokémon Origins

In File 3: Giovanni, Red encountered a Snorlax by playing the Poké Flute. He was able to catch it and later use it in his Gym battle against Giovanni; it was quickly defeated by Giovanni's Rhyhorn's Horn Drill.

Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, a Trainer's Snorlax was in a town square in Pasio.

GOTCHA!

A Snorlax briefly appeared in GOTCHA!, under the ownership of Hop.

Pokémon Evolutions

In The Show, a Snorlax briefly appeared under the ownership of a Trainer watching the Kimono Girls' performance in Ecruteak City.

The Adventures of Snorlax & Cubone

 
Snorlax and Cubone in The Adventures of Snorlax & Cubone
Main article: The Adventures of Snorlax & Cubone

Snorlax was featured alongside Cubone in an animation produced as part of Project Snorlax.

In the manga

 
Gigantamax Snorlax in Pokémon Adventures

Ash & Pikachu

Main article: Ash's Snorlax

Ash's Snorlax first appeared on the scoreboard in One Half Of A Poké Ball. It physically appeared in An Awesome Showdown!!, where it battled and defeated Greta's Medicham.

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Ash's Snorlax

Ash found Snorlax eating all of the fruit on the Seven Grapefruit Islands. With the help of Ruby and Jigglypuff, Ash managed to defeat and catch the Snorlax.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Snor

Red caught a Snorlax on Route 12 during a bike race sponsored by Miracle Cycle in Wake Up—You're Snorlax!, which he nicknamed Snor. He has continued to be part of Red's team ever since then.

In Slugging It Out with Slugma, a Snorlax was at Earl's Pokémon Academy in Violet City.

A Snorlax appeared in The Last Battle XIII as one of the Pokémon sent to participate in the fight in Ilex Forest.

In Lemme at 'Em, Lapras!, Emerald was given a Snorlax by Noland.

A Snorlax appeared in The Final Battle IV, where it was one of the Pokémon that helped Emerald with his disabilities.

A Trainer's Snorlax appeared in Clobbering Claydol.

A Snorlax appeared in Out-Odding Oddish, under the ownership of a Pokéathlon participant.

A Snorlax appeared in Scizor Defends as a resident of the Pokémon Village.

A Snorlax appeared in Chesnaught Protects.

Professor Kukui's Munchlax was revealed to have evolved into a Snorlax prior to The Truth and Island Kahuna Hapu.

Anabel owns a Snorlax, which first appeared in Play the Melody That Echoes in the Altar.

Hop's Snorlax first appeared in Gulp Gulp!! Pokémon, battling against a wild Cramorant.

A Gigantamax Snorlax appeared in Cracked!! The Rusted Sword and Shield, having broken a bridge on Route 10.

Pokémon Battle Frontier

Anabel has a Snorlax, which was one of the Pokémon that battled Enta in Final Battle: Versus The Salon Maiden.

Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All

A Snorlax appeared in GDZ21.

A Snorlax appeared in GDZ61.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team

A Snorlax appeared in I Want to be Human Again!.

A Snorlax appeared in Tears and Emotions - It's the Final Chapter!.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

A Snorlax appeared in Being Stalked by a Scorbunny–and Challenging a Snorlax in Dynamax Form?!, where it Gigantamaxed.

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

A Snorlax appeared in Let's Get that Moon Rock!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Finish Off Team Rocket!!.

A Snorlax appeared in The Life-or-Death Magic Duel!!.

A Snorlax appeared in The Legendary Pokémon Appears!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Aim to be the No. 1 Pokémon!.

A Snorlax appeared in Good Luck at the Big Pokémon Athletic Meet!.

A Snorlax appeared in Fierce Competition at the Pokémon Baseball Tournament!, where it was one of the Pokémon that took part in a baseball match.

Giovanni sent out a Snorlax to prevent anyone from winning the contest he hosted on TV in Seize the Dream of One Million Yen!!. It reappeared in Good-Bye, Pikachu?!, though it was shadowed.

A Snorlax appeared in The Thrill of a Perfect Score, Big Rampage at the Amusement Park!.

A Snorlax appeared in The Legendary Moltres Appears!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Clefairy's Under Training!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Panic on the Luxury Liner?!.

A Snorlax appeared in Get Snorlax!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Squirtle, the Crybaby Pokémon.

A Snorlax appeared in The Gym Challenges Begin!!.

A Snorlax appeared in Escape from Magma!?.

Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire

A Snorlax appeared in Clefairy Becomes A Work Of Art!.

Snorlax's Dream Gourmet

Main article: Snorlax's Dream Gourmet

As part of Project Snorlax, a web manga featuring Snorlax as the lead Pokémon was released, being written and illustrated by Taku Kuwabara.

In the TCG

Main article: Snorlax (TCG)

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros.

When released from a Poké Ball, Snorlax will ascend into the air before descending over a large area of the screen with a Body Slam that sends any opponent underneath flying.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Snorlax does the same maneuver as it did in the previous game, but covers a smaller area.

Snorlax is also a Poké Float. It is lying down asleep and so fighting occurs on its head and belly.

Melee trophy information

Snorlax love to sleep and love to eat: these portly Pokémon get grumpy if they don't get 888 pounds of food per day. After snacking out, they always nap. They have cast-iron stomachs and can eat moldy and even rotten food with no digestion problems. They are the heaviest Pokémon on record, weighing in at over 1,000 pounds.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Snorlax once again performs the same maneuver as the previous games.

Brawl trophy information

"A Sleeping Pokémon. It's the ultimate loafer. Sometimes children like to play on top its big belly. Once in a slumber, not even the hardest rain or the fiercest wind will wake it. Snorlax recovers health and restores its physical state by sleeping, and it proves daunting with its damaging Snore attack. Snorlax is the king of Sleeping Pokémon."

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

 
Snorlax in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS.
 
Snorlax trophy in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

Snorlax reappears as a Poké Ball summon in these games, behaving the same way as before.

Snorlax also appears as a trophy in both versions of the game.

Trophy information

NA: This sleepy, Normal-type Pokémon is huge! It eats more than 900 lb. of food every day. Most of the time not spent eating is spent sleeping. That big, round body comes in handy when it's brought onto a Smash Bros. battlefield—the Body Slam attack will send anyone who gets hit flying into the air!

PAL: Snorlax is often referred to as the Sleeping Pokémon, and there's a good reason for that! This giant loafer spends almost all its time snoozing, getting up for just long enough each day to scoff up a tidy 400kg of food. In this game, it soars into the air and uses its Body Slam attack, smacking into fighters like a giant wrecking ball.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Snorlax reappears as a Poké Ball summon, retaining its behavior from past games. It also appears as a Spirit. In the Spirit Battle, Snorlax, who is depicted as a giant gray King K. Rool, is immobile but has 500 HP and slowly regains HP. The player fails if they cannot KO Snorlax before the time runs out.

POKÉMON Detective Pikachu

A Snorlax appeared in POKÉMON Detective Pikachu, where it was seen sleeping in the middle of an intersection in Ryme City.

 
Snorlax in Pokémon UNITE

Pokémon UNITE

Main article: Snorlax (UNITE)

Snorlax is playable through obtaining a Unite License. It is a melee defender.

 
Snorlax in the music video for Celestial

Celestial

Snorlax appeared in the music video for Celestial.

Trivia

Concept and development

Snorlax was designed by Ken Sugimori.[3]

Origin

Snorlax's appearance and behavior of constantly eating and sleeping were directly inspired by Game Freak planner Kōji Nishino.[4][5] Additionally, Snorlax may be loosely based on hibernating bears or teddy bears. It may also be based on a food coma, as it eats large quantities of food, then takes a nap, both of which are symptomatic of the condition. Snorlax's Gigantamax form resembles a small hill.

Name origin

Snorlax is a combination of snore and lax or lackadaisical. It was reportedly derived from Esquilax, the name of a nonexistent medieval creature described in The Simpsons episode "Lisa's Wedding".[2] Snorlax may also involve relax.[6]

Kabigon is derived from Kirby (Japanese: カービィ Kābī), the eponymous main character of Nintendo's Kirby video game series. In an interview with Game Informer, Junichi Masuda stated that Kōji Nishino, the main inspiration for Snorlax, used to be called "Kirby" during the development of Pokémon Red and Green because of his large appetite.[5] Kabigon may also involve 黴 kabi (mold), noting the fact that Snorlax will eat anything, even moldy food.

In other languages

Language Title Meaning
  Japanese カビゴン Kabigon From Kirby[5] and possibly kabi
  French Ronflex From ronfler and flexible[7]
  Spanish Snorlax Same as English name
  German Relaxo From relax
  Italian Snorlax Same as English name
  Korean 잠만보 Jammanbo From 잠만 jamman, 잠보 jambo, and 먹보 meokbo
  Mandarin Chinese 卡比獸 / 卡比兽 Kǎbǐshòu From 卡比 Kǎbǐ and 獸 / 兽 shòu
  Cantonese Chinese 卡比獸 Kābeisau From 卡比 Kābei and sau


Related articles

References

  1. Gigantamax Snorlax | Official Website | Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield
  2. 2.0 2.1 Dockery, Daniel (October 4, 2022). Monster Kids: How Pokémon Taught a Generation to Catch Them All. Running Press. p. 33. ISBN 978-0762479504.
  3. Page 1 of Yomiuri interview with Ken Sugimori, Kōji Nishino, and Atsuko Nishida (Japanese)
  4. Page 2 of Yomiuri interview with Ken Sugimori, Kōji Nishino, and Atsuko Nishida (Japanese)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Shea, Brian (October 24, 2019). "More Burning Questions For The Pokémon Series." Game Informer. (archived)
  6. (2006). Pokémon Fan: 10th Anniversary News Booklet, p. 8 (Archive)
  7. https://www.liberation.fr/apps/2016/06/pokemon/#item-145o/

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