154Meganium (MurrStake)


Meganium is the grass type starter of Johto and the final evolution of Chikorita. It evolves from Chikorita starting at level 16, and evolves into Meganium at level 32.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 7-A

Name: Meganium

Origin: Pokémon

Gender: Varies (87.5% of the species is male. 12.5% of the species is female)

Age: Varies

Classification: Starter Pokémon, Herb Pokémon, Grass-Type Pokémon

Powers and Abilities: Plant Manipulation, Poison Manipulation, Energy Manipulation, Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Empathic Manipulation via passively releasing an aroma that becalms the fighting spirit, Healing, Can cure Status Effect Inducement, Resurrection (of plants only)

Attack Potency: At least Mountain level+ via powerscaling to Final Form Pokémon

Speed: Sub-Relativistic (Can catch or dodge things thrown, flung, or hurled by other Pokémon, who can throw things much less throw-able at these speeds)

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: At least Mountain Class+

Durability: At least Mountain level+

Stamina: High

Range: Hundreds of meters with most attacks

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: High

Weaknesses: As a pure grass type Pokémon, it has a lot of weaknesses, being Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Poison type moves.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:


  • Overgrow: When low on health, Meganium's Grass- type attacks do more.
  • Leaf Guard: When the sun is out, Meganium is outright immune to status ailments


  • Tackle: Meganium rams into the opponent with its body.
  • Growl: Meganium growls and lowers the attack of the opponent.
  • Vine Whip: Meganium extends vines from its body to strike the opponent. (Anime only)
  • Headbutt: Meganium headbutts the opponent. (Manga only)
  • Razor Leaf: Meganium fires razor-sharp leaves that have a high chance to strike vitals.
  • Poison Powder: Meganium releases poisonous powder from itself.
  • Synthesis: Meganium heals itself. Depending on the weather out, it could be normal, really good, or really bad amounts of health.
  • Reflect: Meganium creates a barrier that lowers or prevents physical attacks.
  • Magical Leaf: Meganium fires magical, homing leaves from itself.
  • Natural Gift: Meganium releases an omnidirectional power at a radius from itself with power and element depending on the berry it's holding.
  • Petal Dance: Meganium attacks by scattering petals for a long time.
  • Sweet Scent: Meganium releases a pleasant aroma that distracts the target, making the opponent easier to hit.
  • Light Screen: Meganium creates a barrier that lowers or prevents special attacks.
  • Body Slam: Meganium slams the opponent with its body. It can paralyze the target.
  • Safeguard: Meganium prevents status abnormality with strange power.
  • Aromatherapy: Meganium releases an aroma that cures status ailments of itself and its teammates.
  • Solar Beam: Meganium takes in solar energy and fires it as a powerful beam.
  • Petal Blizzard: Meganium creates a veritable blizzard with dangerous petals instead of snow.
  • Frenzy Plant: Meganium summons powerful roots and branches to brutally strike the opponent. The move is so powerful that Meganium needs to rest afterwards.


Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

Inconclusive Matches:

Start a Discussion Discussions about Meganium

  • Should Starter Pokémon have access to the Starter Specific moves?

    10 messages
    • Its okay, we all make mistakes when we're tired. In hindsight, my opening sentence there might have been a little rude, so I apologize ...
    • Iirc they can have any egg move (one per pokemon), its random. Not sure about the other part tbh.
  • Aizen vs Meganium

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    • Aizen can likely use any kidou or bakudo excluding the forbidden ones Tessai showed, considering he is the only known user of ...
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