The only way I could see using this card in a deck would be if you're building a grass type deck that has several Pokemon that can inflict special conditions, and since both moves on this card can do that, it would fit right in with the deck. Its vines snap off easily and painlessly if they are grabbed, allowing it to make a quick getaway. Most notably, it faced off against Candice's , and was able to overpower and defeat it using a. A Tangrowth appeared in 's flashback in. Solar Beam is actually the better charge move, despite having lower dps.
Tangela's second move is called Poison Powder and for three grass energy cards does 30 damage, plus it poisons the defending Pokemon. You don't want to get tangled up in my vines. It into when up while knowing. A Tangela appeared in , where it was battling during the. Like her counterparts in other media, of has a Tangela in her arsenal. .
A Tangela appeared as a silhouette when talks about in. A Tangela appeared in as one of the Pokémon seen at the. In subsequent appearances, Jupiter's Tangrowth used only Natural Gift, and its strategy was easily worked around. Tangela in the Major appearances used a Tangela during 's against her in. The blue vines shrouding its body are covered in a growth of fine hair.
The lost vines are replaced by newly grown vines the very next day. The lost vines are replaced by new growth the very next day. Tangela in In the Pokémon Adventures manga Tangela debuted in as corpses used by 's. In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga A Tangela took part in a baseball match in. A Tangela appeared in as one of the Pokémon sent to participate in the fight in. Tangela's vines will snap off easily and painlessly if the target pulls on them, suggesting that the ensnaring is intended to scare off potential predators. If not I think that there are Furrets in the grass which can learn Surf.
In its battle against Ash, it managed to take out by using this combination. The vines are said to never stop growing. Many writhing vines cover it, so its true identity remains unknown. Here are the results: Solar Beam: 14. Generation V The blue vines shrouding its body are covered in a growth of fine hair.
However, these eyes may be hidden in warm seasons due to how profusely the vines grow. It was shown defeating another Trainer's. Tangrowth in the Major appearances Tangrowth made its main series debut in , where it was trying to save a dying tree that was a key part of the forest. The Pokémon regenerates quickly and will go right back to normal. The blue vines grow its whole life long. No one has seen the face hidden behind this growth of vines. Their subtle shaking is ticklish if you get ensnared.
A Tangrowth appeared in , under the ownership of ; it helps her at her flower shop. Its Crystal sprite shows it curling into a ball, meaning it may also have design elements from or bird-cage plants. This was the only case in which a was only obtainable through Pal Park. I have a a level 38 Tangela that still hasn't evolved? Will become entangled with anything. Pokemon Card Rating: I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating. A 's Tangela appeared in , where it was seen competing in the.
These vines are covered in fine hair, and they give it a round shape. Besides Pokemon, I enjoy exercising and working out, watching Minnesota sports, and working. This happens without pain, allowing it to make a quick getaway. Minor appearances Tangrowth debuted in , where it had a minor role. Losing arms to predators does not trouble it.
Unsuspecting prey that wander near get ensnared by its vines. In , a Tangela appeared as one of the Pokémon in 's fantasy when he explains that should only have six Pokémon with them. So, on its own, only looking at this Tangela card, I would recommend passing on including this card in a deck. Considering Tangrowth's shaggy appearance, Tangrowth may be based on an exaggerated concept of a shaggy. Generation V Its arms are made of plants that bind themselves to things. A pair of saucer-like eyes peeks out from beneath the tangled mess of vines. It may also be based on a , a motif that is represented as a face surrounded by leaves and vines.
Name origin Tangrowth is a combination of tangle and growth. Its vines can be used as ropes to lower Hiori and others down from roofs. Pokédex entries Pokémon Source Entry Ash's Pokédex Tangela, a Vine Pokémon. Its arms are made of plants that bind themselves to things. Erika then recalled Tangela when Ash sent out his. It can also use to help Hiori get by guards. The rest of its form is hidden beneath these vines.