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#400: Bibarel

This article is about the species. For a specific instance of this species, see Bidoof (disambiguation).

BidoofPlump Mouse Pokémon

ビッパBippa

#399

Images on the Bulbagarden Archives

Type

Normal

Unknown

Abilities

Simple or Unaware

Cacophony

Moody Hidden Ability

Cacophony Hidden Ability

Gender ratio

50% male, 50% female

Catch rate

255 (43.9%)

Breeding

Egg Groups

Water 1 and Field

Hatch time

3855 - 4111 steps

Height

1'08“

0.5 m

Bidoof

0'0”

0 m

Weight

44.1 lbs.

20.0 kg

0 lbs.

0 kg

Mega Stone

Regional numbers

Pokédex

#399Kanto

#000Johto

#000Hoenn

#013Sinnoh

Unova

Central#038Kalos

#000Alola

Not in any regional Pokédex

Browser

R-000Fiore

R-004Almia

R-137Oblivia

Not in any Browser

Base experience yield

58Gen. IV

UnknownIV

50V+

Leveling rate

Medium Fast

EV yield

Total: 1

1HP

0Atk

0Def

0Sp.Atk

0Sp.Def

0Speed

0HP

Body style

Footprint

Pokédex color

  Brown

Base friendship

70

External Links

On Smogon Pokédex: Generation IV Generation V Generation VI Generation VII Artwork on Bulbagarden Archives

Bidoof (Japanese: ビッパ Bippa) is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves into Bibarel starting at level 15.

Contents

1 Biology 2 In the anime

2.1 Major appearances

2.1.1 Bidoof (Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky) 2.1.2 Other

2.2 Minor appearances 2.3 Pokédex entries

3 In the manga

3.1 In the Pokémon Adventures manga 3.2 In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga 3.3 In the Pocket Monsters Platinum: Aim to Be Battle King!! manga

4 In the TCG 5 Game data

5.1 NPC appearances 5.2 Pokédex entries 5.3 Game locations

5.3.1 In side games 5.3.2 In events 5.3.3 GTS events

5.4 Held items 5.5 Stats

5.5.1 Base stats 5.5.2 Pokéathlon stats

5.6 Type effectiveness 5.7 Learnset

5.7.1 By leveling up 5.7.2 By TM/HM 5.7.3 By breeding 5.7.4 By tutoring

5.8 Side game data 5.9 Evolution 5.10 Sprites

6 Trivia

6.1 Origin

6.1.1 Name origin

7 In other languages 8 Related articles 9 External links

Biology Bidoof is a brown, rodent-like Pokémon with four short legs. It has a short, dark brown snout and a small, red nose. Cream-colored markings cover its underside and surround its face. Round tufts of fur form its tail with five on the male and three on the female. Similar tufts line the bottom of its face and two singular ones form its ears. Bidoof's black paws have three toes with some webbing between them. Protruding from Bidoof's upper jaw are large incisors, which it uses for gnawing on wood and rocks. These teeth grow constantly, so this Pokémon needs to gnaw on hard substances to keep them ground down. This Pokémon can be found nesting in groups near bodies of water. Despite its stout body, this Pokémon can be agile and is not easily perturbed.

In the anime Bidoof in the anime Major appearances Bidoof (Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky) A Bidoof appeared in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky - Beyond Time & Darkness as a member of Wigglytuff's Guild.

Other Multiple Bidoof appeared in Faced with Steelix Determination, where a Steelix terrorized their village after Team Rocket accidentally stuck three shovels into its head. The shovels were removed through the combined efforts of multiple Bidoof, Ash's Staravia, and his Pikachu. Multiple Bidoof appeared in PK18, where they and some Bibarel needed assistance in moving some logs so the water of a river can flow through. They worked together with Pikachu and Meowth's groups to accomplish this. A Bidoof appeared in The Clumsy Crier Quiets the Chaos!. It was playing with a Pokémon Breeder's Teddiursa and a Linoone when they were all attacked by a rampaging Salamence. Bidoof was then taken to a Pokémon Center by Ash and healed with the help of Nurse Joy and her Wigglytuff. A Bidoof appeared in A Fork in the Road! A Parting of the Ways!, under the ownership of Beatrice. Bidoof got trapped in an iron cage set up by a Pokémon hunter. After using its teeth to break free, Beatrice got it checked by Dr. White. A Bidoof appeared in Making Friends and Influencing Villains!, where it was among a group of Pokémon that helped befriend a Shiny Phantump.

Minor appearances Multiple Bidoof debuted in a brief cameo in Following A Maiden's Voyage!. A Coordinator's Bidoof appeared in Mounting a Coordinator Assault!, where it was seen participating in the Performance Stage of the Jubilife Contest. It reappeared in the next episode, where it participated in the Contest's Battle Stage. A Coordinator's Bidoof appeared in Getting the Pre-Contest Titters!. A Bidoof appeared in The Champ Twins!. A Bidoof appeared in One Big Happiny Family! in Jessie's fantasy. A Bidoof appeared in The Keystone Pops!. Three Bidoof were seen under Reggie's care in Lost Leader Strategy!. They reappeared in Saving the World From Ruins!. A Bidoof, with its evolved form, briefly appeared in Giratina and the Sky Warrior. A Bidoof appeared in Camping It Up!. A Trainer's Bidoof appeared in Beating the Bustle and Hustle!, where it was seen participating in the fake Sinnoh Pokémon Hustle that Team Rocket had set up. A Bidoof appeared in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures begin!. A Bidoof appeared in a flashback or a fantasy in The Forest Champion!. Multiple Bidoof appeared in Facing the Grand Design!, where they were among the Pokémon living near Grace Tower. A Bidoof appeared in Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad. It was among the Pokémon residing in a forest. A Bidoof appeared in A Watershed Moment! in a flashback. A Bidoof appeared in Seeing the Forest for the Trees!.

Pokédex entries

Episode

Source

Entry

DP023

Ash's Pokédex

Bidoof, the Plump Mouse Pokémon. It gnaws on trees and rocks with its strong front teeth and lives in nests near the water.

This concludes the entries from the Diamond & Pearl series.

In the manga Bidoof in Pokémon Adventures In the Pokémon Adventures manga A Bidoof appeared as a silhouette in Stagestruck Starly. Platinum was attacked by a group of Bidoof in the penthouse of a Jubilife hotel that she owned in A Bevy of Bidoof. Diamond was able to figure out a way to stop the attack. Two Bidoof appeared in a fantasy in Hurrah for Rapidash. A Bidoof appears in Double Trouble with Dialga and Palkia V. In The Final Dimensional Duel V, a Bidoof appeared on Fullmoon Island in Palmer's flashback.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga A Bidoof appeared in In Search of the Legendary Pokémon Dialga!!. Two Bidoof appeared in Beauty Contest: The Pokémon Super Contest!!. One was under the ownership of a Trainer participating in a Pokémon Super Contest, while the other appeared in a flashback.

In the Pocket Monsters Platinum: Aim to Be Battle King!! manga Yū Shirogane caught a Bidoof when he was training his Pokémon to defeat Shin.

In the TCG Main article: Bidoof (TCG) Game data NPC appearances Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness: Bidoof is a member of Wigglytuff's Guild, the second newest recruit next to the player's team. He updates his Yup Yup Journal over the course of the game. Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia: Nine Bidoof are used by Team Dim Sun's Wheeler.

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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky: Bidoof stars in his own special episode, being the playable character. When Bidoof left home and first joined Wigglytuff's Guild, he often messed jobs up and wasn't really liked by anyone. One day, whilst visiting the Kecleon Shop, he was approached by a Snover who gave him an old map before hurrying off. A Gligar and Bagon then appeared to be chasing Snover. The map showed a legendary dungeon known as the Star Cave where Jirachi sleeps, and after learning about it from Chatot, Bidoof decided to go there and wish to make himself a stronger explorer. Snover finds Bidoof at the Guild, and together they go to the Star Cave. However, upon reaching the end, Gligar and Bagon appeared, and Snover turned against Bidoof. It turns out that it was a trap, and Snover, Bagon and Gligar are a gang of thieves called Team Rogue. They saw Bidoof's money when he visited the Kecleon shop, so they lured Bidoof to the Wish Cave, hoping to steal his money. Bidoof fights the three, but fails. Before Team Rogue can steal Bidoof's money, the entire Guild shows up to help him. Bidoof is touched that he is an appreciated member of the Guild after all. Wigglytuff helps him blast open a hidden cave where Bidoof can find Jirachi. He finds Jirachi sleeping. It talks in its sleep, warning Bidoof that it attacks in its sleep. Bidoof must defeat it to help it awaken. Bidoof makes his wish and, though given a lot of choices, Bidoof wishes for new juniors to join the Guild so he could help them. The wish is fulfilled when the player and his/her partner joins the Guild, thus ending the story.

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation IV.

Sinnoh #013

Johto #—

Diamond

With nerves of steel, nothing can perturb it. It is more agile and active than it appears.

Pearl

It constantly gnaws on logs and rocks to whittle down its front teeth. It nests alongside water.

Platinum

A comparison revealed that Bidoof's front teeth grow at the same rate as Rattata's.

HeartGold

It lives in groups by the water. It chews up boulders and trees around its nest with its incisors.

SoulSilver

Unova #—

Black

White

Black 2

White 2

KalosCentral #038

Hoenn #—

X

Y

Omega Ruby

Alpha Sapphire

Alola #—

Kanto #—

This Pokémon has no Pokédex entries in Generation VII.

Game locations

Diamond

Pearl

Routes 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 208, 211, Lake Verity, Great Marsh, Valley Windworks

Routes 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 208, and 211, Lake Verity, Eterna Forest

Safari ZoneRoutes 4, 6, 9, 10, 13, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, Ruins of Alph, Mt. Silver (Sinnoh Sound)

Pokéwalker

Sinnoh Field

Breed Bibarel

Dream World

Pleasant Forest

X

Y

Routes 3 and 22

Omega Ruby

Alpha Sapphire

Trade

Sun

Moon

Pokémon Bank

Ultra Sun

Ultra Moon

In side games

MD Time

MD Darkness

Mystifying Forest (1F-13F), Mystery Jungle (1F-29F)

MD Sky

Ranger: SoA

Ranger School, Vientown

Rumble

Windy Prairie‎

PokéPark Wii

Meadow Zone

Ranger: GS

Hinder Cape

Rumble Blast

Lake: Sun-Dappled Bank

Conquest

Aurora, Ignis, Pugilis, Terrera, Yaksha

Rumble U

Wonder Area: Pokémon Outbreak!, Variety Battle: Get 1,000 Combos!

Battle Trozei

Safari Jungle: Stage 1Mo

Shuffle

Graucus Hall: Stage 454

Rumble World

Gold Plateau: Purifying Pond (All Areas), Pearl Marsh: Pearl Lake (All Areas)

Picross

Area 07: Stage 02

In events

Games

Event

Language

Location

Level

Distribution period

DP

Kyocera Dome Bidoof

All

Japan

1

February 21, 2008

GTS events

DPPt

Ari Bidoof

Japanese

GTS

6

March 19 to 27, 2009

Norii Bidoof

8

Ori Bidoof

5

Saori Bidoof

7

Held items

Game

Held Item(s)

Events*

Air Mail (100%)

Bloom Mail (100%)

Heart Mail (100%)

Tunnel Mail (100%)

Stats Base stats

Stat

Range

At Lv. 50

At Lv. 100

HP:59

119 - 166

228 - 322

Attack:45

45 - 106

85 - 207

Defense:40

40 - 101

76 - 196

Sp. Atk:35

36 - 95

67 - 185

Sp. Def:40

Speed:31

32 - 91

60 - 177

Total:250

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.

Pokéathlon stats

Speed

2/4

★★☆☆

Power

Skill

1/4

★☆☆☆

Stamina

3/4

★★★☆

Jump

2/2

★★

Total

10/18

★★☆

Type effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions in Generation VII, this Pokémon is:

Damagednormally by:

Fighting

Flying

Poison

Ground

Rock

Bug

Ghost

Steel

Fire

Water

Grass

Electric

Psychic

Ice

Dragon

Dark

Fairy

None

Weak to:

Immune to:

Resistant to:

Notes:

If this Pokémon is given a Ring Target, the effectiveness of  Ghost-type  moves is 1×.

Learnset By leveling up

Other generations:

IV - V - VI

 Level

 Move

 Type

 Cat.

 Pwr.

 Acc.

 PP

011

Tackle

Physical

04040

100100%

35

Growl

Status

0000—

40

055

Defense Curl

——%

099

Rollout

03030

09090%

20

1313

Headbutt

07070

15

1717

Hyper Fang

08080

2121

Yawn

10

2525

Crunch

2929

Take Down

09090

08585%

3333

Super Fang

3737

Swords Dance

4141

Amnesia

4545

Superpower

120120

4949

Curse

Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Bidoof Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Bidoof Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations

By TM/HM

 TM

 PP

TM01

Work Up

30

TM06

Toxic

TM10

Hidden Power

Special

06060

TM11

Sunny Day

TM12

Taunt

TM13

Ice Beam

TM14

Blizzard

110110

TM17

Protect

TM18

Rain Dance

TM21

Frustration

TM24

Thunderbolt

TM25

Thunder

TM27

Return

TM30

Shadow Ball

TM32

Double Team

TM42

Facade

TM44

Rest

TM45

Attract

TM46

Thief

25

TM48

Round

TM49

Echoed Voice

TM57

Charge Beam

05050

TM73

Thunder Wave

TM75

TM86

Grass Knot

TM87

Swagger

TM88

Sleep Talk

TM90

Substitute

XTM100

TM100

Confide

Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations

By breeding

 Parent

Aqua Tail

90

90%

—%

Double-Edge

120

100%

Endure

Fury Swipes

18

80%

Mud SportUSUM

Odor Sleuth

Quick Attack

Rock Climb

85%

Skull Bash

130

Water Sport

Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Bidoof in Generation VII Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be bred from a Pokémon who learned the move in an earlier generation. Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can only be bred onto Bidoof in that game. Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Egg moves from other generations

By tutoring

 Game

S

M

US

UM

Covet

60

Icy Wind

55

95%

Iron Tail

100

75%

Last Resort

140

Shock Wave

Snore

50

Stealth Rock

A black or white abbreviation in a colored box indicates that Bidoof can be tutored the move in that game A colored abbreviation in a white box indicates that Bidoof cannot be tutored the move in that game Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Move Tutor moves from other generations

Side game data

Pokémon Mystery DungeonExplorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky

Body size: 1

Recruit rate: 8.2%

IQ group: F

Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia

Group:

Poké Assist:

Field move:

(Crush ×1)

Browser entry

It occasionally pretends to attack.

Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs

Poké Assist:(present)

Field move:(present)

Not available in the past.

It lets loose shock waves to attack.

Pokémon Rumble

Attack

Defense

●●●

Pokémon Rumble Blast

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

PokéPark Pad entry:

They live in a house in the river in the Meadow Zone. Their favorite Attraction is Bulbasaur's Daring Dash.

Pokémon Conquest

HP:

Move: Headbutt

Attack:

Ability 1: SimpleAbility 2: Deep SleepAbility 3: Unaware

Defense:

Speed:

Evolves into Bibarel when its Attack is 39 or higher

Range: 3

Perfect Links: Chōan

Pokémon Battle Trozei

Attack Power:

★★★★★

Pokémon Shuffle

Attack Power: 30 - 85

5

#625

Sleep Combo

Increases damage done by combos if the foe is asleep.

Pokémon GO

Base Stamina: 153

Base Attack: 80

Base Defense: 73

Egg Distance: 2 km

Buddy Distance: 1 km

Evolution Requirement: 50

Fast Attacks: Tackle, Take Down

Charged Attacks: Hyper Fang, Crunch, Grass Knot

Evolution

Unevolved

Bidoof Normal

Level 15→

First evolution

Bibarel Normal  Water

Sprites

Platinum

Front

Back

For other sprites and images, please see Bidoof images on the Bulbagarden Archives. Trivia Origin Bidoof appears to be based on a beaver, or a gopher. It is particularly similar to the mountain beaver, a primitive relative of beavers lacking tails.

Name origin Bidoof is a combination of beaver and doofus (slang for a stupid person). It may also be derived from shadoof, a device used in some countries for drawing up water. Bippa is a combination of beaver and 出っ歯 deppa (protruding tooth).

In other languages

Title

Meaning

ビッパ Bippa

From beaver and 出っ歯 deppa (protruding tooth)

French

Keunottor

From quenotte and castor

Spanish

Bidoof

Same as English name

German

Bidiza

From Biber and Zahn

Italian

Korean

비버니 Bibeoni

From beaver and 이/니 i/ni

Cantonese Chinese

Mandarin Chinese

大牙狸 Dà Yá Lí

大牙 means big teeth. 狸 is derived from 河狸.

More languages

Hindi

बिडूफ Bidoof

Transliteration of English name

Russian

Бидуф Biduf

Transcription of English name

Related articles Bidoof (Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky) External links Article on Wikipedia

This Pokémon article is part of Project Pokédex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Pokémon as a species.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Bippa_(Pokémon)

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