Open main menu

Bulbapedia β

Changes

List of Pokémon by weight

1,588 bytes added, 14:42, 8 October 2017
Game mechanics affected by weight: I worked out the number remaining for each weight in 2014, but never got around to adding it to this page. (Rounding of borders when there are a lack of Pokémon is based on other borders for this same property.)
* Pokémon weighing more than 20.0 kg (44.1 lbs.) are not eligible to compete in the [[Fancy Cup]] (known as the Petit Cup in Generation I).
* Pokémon weighing more than 99.0 kg (218.3 lbs.) are not eligible to compete in the [[Light Cup]].
* In games in which {{ball|Heavy}}s are available, using them modifies the [[catch rate]] of the targeted Pokémon depending on its weight (ignoring weight-changing effects).
:{|
! colspan=2 | [[Generation II]]
| At least 409.6 kg (903.0 lbs.){{tt|*|Unused}} || class="r" | +40
|}
 
* Since [[Generation V]], certain visual and sound effects are applied when a Pokémon lands on the surface of a battlefield, depending on the Pokémon's weight (ignoring weight-changing effects). {{p|Diglett}}, {{p|Dugtrio}}, and Pokémon that float above the surface of the battlefield do not cause any such effects.
** Small shake and high-pitched landing noise for Pokémon weighing 49.9&nbsp;kg (110.0&nbsp;lbs.) or less. <!--to Hitmonlee-->
** Medium shake and lower landing noise for Pokémon weighing between 50&nbsp;kg (110.2&nbsp;lbs.) and 149.9&nbsp;kg (330.5&nbsp;lbs.). <!--from Zweilous to Bastiodon-->
** Heavy shake, crashing sound and dust for Pokémon weighing 150&nbsp;kg (330.7&nbsp;lbs.) or more. <!--from Emboar-->
* In [[Pokémon X and Y]], in the "Compare" section of the Pokédex, if the player taps a Pokémon's menu sprite, ten simplified {{type|Flying}} Pokémon sprites will fly onto the screen, encircle and lift the Pokémon's model up, before dropping, with a number of them flying off the screen, with the number remaining depending on the Pokémon's weight; more Flying-type Pokémon will remain for heavier Pokémon. If the Pokémon is {{p|Diglett}}, {{p|Dugtrio}}, or {{me|Gengar}}, the Flying-type Pokémon will all disperse before even attempting to lift it.
{|class=wikitable
!Number<br />remaining
!Weight
|-
|2
|At most 9.9&nbsp;kg (21.8&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|3
|Between 10.0&nbsp;kg (22.0&nbsp;lbs.) and 29.9&nbsp;kg (65.9&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|4
|Between 30.0&nbsp;kg (66.1&nbsp;lbs.) and 59.9&nbsp;kg (132.1&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|5
|Between 60.0&nbsp;kg (132.3&nbsp;lbs.) and 99.9&nbsp;kg (220.2&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|6
|Between 100.0&nbsp;kg (220.5&nbsp;lbs.) and 149.9&nbsp;kg (330.5&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|7
|Between 150.0&nbsp;kg (330.7&nbsp;lbs.) and 209.9&nbsp;kg (462.8&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|8
|Between 210.0&nbsp;kg (463.0&nbsp;lbs.) and 279.9&nbsp;kg (617.1&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|9
|Between 280.0&nbsp;kg (617.3&nbsp;lbs.) and 359.9&nbsp;kg (793.4&nbsp;lbs.)
|-
|10
|At least 360.0&nbsp;kg (793.7&nbsp;lbs.)
|}
 
*From Generation VI onward, Pokémon weighing at least 200&nbsp;kg (440.9&nbsp;lbs.) cannot be taken into the air by another Pokémon's {{m|Sky Drop}}.
 
==Weight-modifying effects==
From [[Generation V]] onward, there are several effects that can modify a Pokémon weight in battle.
* A Pokémon with the [[Ability]] {{a|Heavy Metal}} or {{a|Light Metal}} functions as if it weighed twice or half the weight listed in the Pokédex, respectively.
* A Pokémon holding a [[Float Stone]] functions as if it weighed half the weight listed in the Pokédex.
* A Pokémon that uses {{m|Autotomize}} has its weight decreased by 100&nbsp;kg (220&nbsp;lbs.).
* Since [[Generation V]], certain visual and sound effects are applied when a Pokémon lands on the floor of a battlefield, depending on the Pokémon's weight; this is not affected by {{a|Light Metal}} or {{a|Heavy Metal}}:
** Small shake and high-pitched landing noise for Pokémon weighing less than 50&nbsp;kg (110.2&nbsp;lbs.). <!--to Hitmonlee-->
** Medium shake and lower landing noise for Pokémon weighing at least 50&nbsp;kg (110.2&nbsp;lbs.) but less than 150&nbsp;kg (330.7&nbsp;lbs.). <!--from Zweilous to Bastiodon-->
** Heavy shake, crashing sound and dust for Pokémon weighing 150 kg (330.7&nbsp;lbs.) or more. <!--from Emboar-->
*Generation VI onwards, Pokémon weighing at least 200 kg (440.9 lbs) are immune to {{m|Sky Drop}}.
 
==List of Pokémon by weight==