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Raticate is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in the first generation.
It evolves from Rattata from level 20.
Contents [hide]
1 Biology
1.1 Physiognomy
1.1.1 Differences between the sexes
1.2 Special abilities
1.3 Behavior
1.4 Habitat
1.5 Diet
2 In the anime
2.1 Major appearances
2.1.1 Raticate Ash
2.1.2 Raticate Cassidy
2.1.3 Other
2.2 Minor appearances
3 In the manga
3.1 In Pokémon Adventures
4 In the TCG
5 In Miniatures Game
6 Game data
6.1 Resistance and vulnerability
6.1.1 Normal Form
6.1.2 Form of Alola
6.2 Evolutions
6.3 Zone
6.4 Tools required
6.5 Statistics
6.5.1 Basic Statistics
6.5.2 Statistics Pokéathlon
6.6 Moves learned
6.6.1 By leveling up
6.6.2 By TM / MN
6.6.3 By breeding
6.6.4 Dall’Insegnamosse
6.6.5 By a prior evolution
6.6.6 exclusive Mosse GCC
6.6.7 exclusive of the anime Moves
6.6.8 Special moves
6.7 Entries Pokédex
6.8 Sprite and models
7 Curiosity
7.1 Source
7.1.1 Origin of name
8 In other languages
9 See also
Biology

Raticate
 

Raticate of Alola
physiognomy
The Raticate are larger than Rattata are bipeds and quadrupeds, rather than have a fawn-colored fur. How Rattata, the most important feature of Raticate are large incisors that grow very quickly. From his muzzle lie three mustaches files it uses to maintain balance. It also has the webbed feet that allow it to swim freely. Raticate, unlike Rattata, has a much more similar to the tail of a rat, being long and naked, while the ears are much more irregular.
Differences between the sexes
Females have shorter whiskers.
Special abilities
The teeth of Raticate are so strong that they can even chew steel and concrete and are known several cases of old houses collapsed due to the damage caused by colonies of Raticate the foundation. They can swim, and also have the ability to Intimidate the enemy (even if they do not have the Intimidate skill).
Behavior
The Raticate are more aggressive than Rattata because of the larger size. If attacked, he gets up on his hind legs, showing its teeth and crying, trying to intimidate the enemy. Do not retreat even in the face of a large number of enemies. They always need something to chew on, such as rocks or logs, so as not to stretch too much their teeth. Raticate itself procures the food in a wide range. If the whiskers are cut, it is no longer able to stay in balance and is forced to move slowly to avoid tripping.
Habitat

Pokémon Prairie
The Raticate, as Rattata, can be found in any place where there is food. They were spotted in Kanto, Johto and Sinnoh.
Diet
Main article: Pokémon food
The Raticate are omnivores, so they eat anything that is edible. Their webbed feet also allow you to go in search of prey in the rivers. Occasionally, they were found in possession of a Baccacinlan.
In the anime

Raticate in the anime
major appearances
Raticate Ash
On M / N Anna, Ash exchanges his Butterfree for a Raticate in An unusual cruise, but returns to its owner while the ship sinks in the same episode.
Raticate Cassidy
Cassidy has a Raticate that in their motto, along with Butch, has the same role he Meowth in the motto of Jessie and James. He has appeared in Deception, The book and change of alliances.
Other
A Raticate with a different colouration appears in magnetic A friend.
Mollie has a Raticate which used during a Gardenia City Race in What I did for love.
minor appearances
A Raticate was seen in a Pokémon Center in magnetic A friend.
A Raticate has been used in a Pokémon race during the race.
In Rivalry, Raticate is one of the Pokémon belonging to one of the coaches of the Gym Kas.
A Raticate appears in An apple too, where it is one of the clinic brought sick Pokémon.
A Raticate appears in a princely feast, where it competes during the Day of the Princess.
A Raticate appears in Mewtwo Strikes Back, The Power of One and Celebi: Voice of the Forest.
Some Raticate were seen in US in danger, where they live in the laboratory of Professor Oak, along with many other Pokémon.
A Raticate appears in Ciak si gira !, as part of the cast for the film “Pokémon in love.”
A Raticate, under the ownership of a Coach, appears When it triggers the action !, during Plateau Blue League.
A Raticate, under the possession of an unknown Coach, appears in Friends Forever, during the closing ceremony of the Plateau Blue League.
Ralph and Emily were both seen in a flashback own both a Raticate in Pokémon Oh, why are you Pokémon ?.
In Small jealousies, a coach uses Raticate to fight against Chikorita of Ash.
Two Raticate are among the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Barter Fair in the fair.
A Raticate appears in a flashback in A mysterious rainbow.
A Raticate is one of the Pokémon that lives in his father’s workshop in Temacu A girlfriend for Brock.
In a race out of the program, a Raticate appears with his coach, participating in the Great Race of Extreme Pokémon.
Raticate a wild appears in the legendary Pokémon thunder.
Several Raticate appear at the beginning of Brothers from Space and The King Of Illusions – Zoroark.
A Raticate who lives in the Tree of Beginning appear in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.
in the manga
In Pokémon Adventures

Raticate in Pokémon Adventures
Main article: Ratty
In Pokémon Adventures, a Rattata is the first Pokémon Yellow, appeared for the first time during the Chapter Red, Green & Blue. Later evolved into a Raticate during the Chapter in Yellow Can not Catch Caterpie !.
In the TCG
Main article: Raticate (GCC)
In Miniatures Game
It was released a miniature of Raticate.
Groundbreakers: Raticate
Game Data
Strengths and vulnerabilities
Normal form
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weaknesses
2 ×
fight
normal damage
1 ×
Steel
water
Dark
Bug
Dragon
electro
Grass
elf
Fire
Ice
Normal
psycho
Rock
Land
Poison
Steering wheel
Immunity
0 ×
Spectrum
If this Pokémon holds a Facilsaglio the effectiveness of Ghost-type moves is 1 ×.
the Alola form
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Evolutions
Xym019.png
Base form
Rattata
 Normal
Rare candy
level 20

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first evolution
Raticate
 Normal

areas
The Red Blue Routes 16, 17, 18, 21
Blue Japanese Routes 16, 17, 18, 21
Yellow Routes 9, 10, 11, 16, 18, 21, Pokémon Mansion
II Gold Silver Routes 7, 9, 10, 26, 27, 38 39, Union Cave, Burned Tower
Crystal routes 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 2, 26, 27, 38, 39, 42 43, Mt. Mortar, Union Cave, Tohjo Falls, Burned Tower
III Ruby Sapphire exchange
Emerald exchange
FireRed LeafGreen Routes 16, 17, 18, Pokémon Mansion
Colosseum exchange
XD Dark Island (Shadow)
IV Diamond Pearl Routes 225 226
Platinum Routes 225 226
HeartGold SoulSilver Routes 7, 9, 10, 26, 27, 38, 39 47, Mt. Mortar, Union Cave, Burnt Tower, Tohjo Falls
Pal Park Field
V Black White Builder of Dreams
Black 2 White 2 Builder of Dreams, Monte Antipodes, whimsical house and Ancient Path
VI X Y exchange
Ruby Sapphire Ω α Route 118 (after defeating Groudon / Kyogre)
held tools
I * Red Blue Berry (100%)
Yellow
III
FireRed LeafGreen Oran Oran (50%) Sitrus Berry Sitrus Berry (5%)
IV
Diamond Pearl Baccacinlan Baccacinlan (5%)
Platinum
HeartGold SoulSilver
V
Black White Baccacinlan Baccacinlan (5%)
Black 2 White 2
Statistics
Basic Statistics
Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
PS55 115 – 162220-314
Attacco81 77 – 146150-287
Difesa60 58 – 123112-240
Att. 50mm thick 49-112 94-218
Def. Sp.70 67 – 134130-262
Velocità97 91 – 163179-322
Total: 413Altri Pokémon with this total
Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature.
Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature.
The Special stat of this Pokémon in Generation it was 50.

Pokéathlon statistics
Speed
4/5 ★★★★ ☆
Power
3/4 ★★★ ☆
skill
★★★ 3/3
Resistance
2/3 ★★ ☆
Agility
★★★ 3/3
Total
15/18 ★★★

Type effectiveness
By leveling up
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 Lv. Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
  XY ROZA
Start Swords Dance Normal Status – -% 20 Beauty 1 ♥ 0
Start Action Normal Physical 50 100% 35 Grit 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
Start Tail Whip Normal Status – 100% 2 30 Grace ♥♥ 0
Start Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100% 30 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
Start Focus Energy Normal Status – -% 30 Class 1 ♥ 0
4 Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100% 30 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
7 Focus Energy Normal Status – -% 30 Class 1 ♥ 0
10 Bite Dark Physical 60 100% 25 Grit 2 3 ♥♥ ♥♥♥
13 Pursuit Dark Physical 40 100% 20 Insight 2 1 ♥ ♥♥
16 Hyper Fang Normal Physical 80 90 15% Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
19 Sucker Punch Dark Physical 80 100% 5 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
20 Scary Face Normal Status – 100% True Grit 10 3 ♥♥♥ 0
24 Crunch Dark Physical 80 100% 15 Grit 1 ♥ 4 ♥♥♥♥
29 Dark Body Warranty 60 100% 10 Insight 1 ♥ 0
34 Super Fang Normal Physical – 90% 10 Grit 1 2 ♥♥ ♥
39 Splitter Normal Body 120 100% 15 Grit 6 ♥♥♥♥♥♥ 0
44 Comeback Normal Physical – 100% True Grit 5 2 0 ♥♥
The “Start” indicates a move known as Raticate obtained at level 1 in the sixth generation.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Raticate.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Raticate.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations.
By TM / MN
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 MV / MN Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT05 Roar Normal Status – 100% 20 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Poison Sprite Zaino.png MT06 Toxin Poison Status – 90% 10 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT10 Hidden Power Normal Special 60 100% 15 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Fire Sprite Zaino.png MT11 Sunny Day Fire Status – -% 5 1 Beauty ♥ 0
MT Dark Sprite Zaino.png MT12 Taunt Dark Status – 100% 20 Insight 2 1 ♥ ♥♥
MT Ice Sprite Zaino.png MT13 Ice Beam Ice Special Beauty 90 100% 10 1 4 ♥ ♥♥♥♥
MT Ice Sprite Zaino.png MT14 Bora Ice Special Beauty 110 70% 5 1 3 ♥ ♥♥♥
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT15 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150 90% 5 Class 4 4 ♥♥♥♥ ♥♥♥♥
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT17 Protection Normal Status – -% 10 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Water Sprite Zaino.png MT18 Rain Dance Water Status – -% 5 1 Beauty ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png TM21 Frustration Normal Physical – 100% 20 Grazia 2 3 ♥♥ ♥♥♥
MT Electro Sprite Zaino.png MT24 Lightning Electro Special 90 100% 15 Class 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Electro Sprite Zaino.png MT25 Thunder Electric Special 110 70% 10 Class 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT27 Return Normal Physical – 100% 20 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Earth Sprite Zaino.png MT28 Fossa Earth Body 80 100% 10 Grit 2 ♥♥ 0
MT Spectrum Sprite Zaino.png MT30 Special Spectrum Shadow Ball 80 100% 15 Insight 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT32 Double Team Normal Status – -% 15 Class 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT42 Facade Normal Physical 70 100% 20 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
Bag TM Psychic Sprite.png MT44 Rest Psychic Status – -% 10 Grazia 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT45 Attraction Normal Status – 100% 2 15 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Dark Sprite Zaino.png MT46 Theft Dark Physical 60 100% 25 Grit 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT48 Choir Normal Special 60 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ 0
MT Electro Sprite Zaino.png MT57 Charge Beam Electric Special 50 90% 10 1 Beauty ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT67 Nemesis Normal Physical 70 100% 5 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT68 Giga Impact Normal Physical 150 90 5% Grit 4 4 ♥♥♥♥ ♥♥♥♥
MT Electro Sprite Zaino.png MT73 Thunder Wave Electric Status – 100% 20 Class 1 3 ♥ ♥♥♥
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT75 Swords Dance Normal Status – -% 20 Beauty 1 ♥ 0
MT Grass Sprite Zaino.png MT86 Knot Grass Special – 100% 20 1 Grace ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT87 Bullo Normal State – 90% 15 3 Grace ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT88 Sleep Talk Normal Status – -% 10 Grazia 1 ♥ 0
MT Bug Sprite Zaino.png MT89 Reverse Beetle Body 70 100% 20 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT90 Substitute Normal Status – -% 10 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Electro Sprite Zaino.png MT93 Wild Charge Electro Body 90 100% 15 Grit 6 ♥♥♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Fight Sprite Zaino.png MT94 SpaccarocciaXY Fighting Physical 40 100% 15 Grit 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT94 ForzasegretaRΩZα Normal Physical 70 100% 20 Insight 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT100 Confidence Normal Status – -% 20 3 Grace ♥♥♥ 0
MN Normal Sprite Zaino.png MN01 Cut Normal Physical 50 95 30% Class 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MN Normal Sprite Zaino.png MN04 Force Normal Physical 80 100% 15 Grit 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MN Fight Sprite Zaino.png MN06 SpaccarocciaRΩZα Fighting Physical 40 100% 15 Grit 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Raticate.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Raticate.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned through MT / MN from other generations.
by breeding
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 Parent Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
RattataRaticateEkansArbokMeowthPersianGrowlithe
ArcanineEeveeFlareonGlaceonSnubbullGranbullHoundour
HoundoomPoochyenaMightyenaLoudredExploudMawileElectrike
ManectricSeviperAbsolShinxLuxioLuxrayHippopotas
HippowdonPatratWatchogLillipupHerdierStoutlandPansage
PansearPanpourSandileKrokorokKrookodileChespinQuilladin
ChesnaughtFurfrou Bite Dark Physical 60 100% 25 Grit 2 3 ♥♥ ♥♥♥
SlakothVigorothSlakingLucario Counter Fighting Physical – 100% 20 Grit 2 ♥♥ 0
MankeyPrimeape Gambling Fighting Physical – 100% True Grit 5 8 0 ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
GrowlithePonytaRapidashCyndaquilQuilavaTyphlosionTorkoal
ChimcharMonfernoInfernape Flame Wheel Fire Physical 60 100% 25 Beauty 3 ♥♥♥ 0
SandshrewSandslashMeowthPersianPsyduckGolduckMankey
PrimeapeSentretFurretAipomAmbipomSneaselWeavile
TeddiursaUrsaringLinooneVigorothKecleonChimcharMonferno
InfernapeGlameowPuruglyStunkySkuntankPurrloinLiepard
PansageSimisagePansearSimisearPanpourSimipourDrilbur
ExcadrillZoruaZoroarkCubchooBearticHeatmor Fury Swipes Normal Physical 18 80% 15 Grit 1 ♥ 0
EeveeVaporeonJolteonFlareonEspeonUmbreonLeafeon
GlaceonSylveonAipomAmbipomPhanpyPachirisuLillipup
HerdierStoutlandMinccino Last Resort Normal Physical 140 100 5% 1 Grace ♥ 0
SentretFurretStantlerAbsolLucario Precedence Normal Status – -% 20 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
ZangooseWeavileOshawottDewottSamurottBouffalant Vendetta Fighting Physical 60 100% 10 Grit 2 ♥♥ 0
GrowlitheVigorothLillipupHerdierStoutlandMienfooMienshao
Bouffalant Counter Fighting Physical – 100% 15 Class 1 ♥ 0
EkansArbokMeowthPersianPsyduckGolduckMankey
PrimeapeAipomAmbipomUmbreonDunsparceSneaselWeavile
WhismurLoudredExploudSeviperKecleonStunkySkuntank
Screech Normal State – 85% 40 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
VigorothWhismurLoudredExploudSpindaDarumaka Uproar Normal Special 90 100% 10 Grace ♥♥ 2 1 ♥
Moves marked with an asterisk (*) are achieved only with a chain breeding of Raticate in the sixth generation.
Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be obtained from a Pokémon that has learned in a previous generation.
Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can be obtained on Raticate only in that game.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Raticate.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Raticate.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned by coupling from other generations.
Dall’Insegnamosse
sixth generation
Other generations:
II • III • IV • V
 Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
X Y RO ZA Pleads Normal Physical 60 100% 25 1 Grace ♥ 0
X Y RO ZA comeback Normal Physical – 100% 5 Tough 2 ♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Icy Wind Ice Special 55 95% 15 Beauty 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Iron Tail Steel Body 100 75% 15 Class 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Last Resort Normal Physical 140 100 5% 1 Grace ♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Special Electro Shock Wave 60 – 20% Class 2 ♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Snoring Normal Special 50 100% 15 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Super Fang Normal Physical – 90% 10 Grit 1 2 ♥♥ ♥
X Y RO ZA Uproar Normal Special 90 100% 10 Grace ♥♥ 2 1 ♥
X Y RO ZA Zen Headbutt Psychic Body 80 90% 15 Insight 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
A black abbreviation in a colored box indicates that Raticate can learn dall’Insegnamosse move in that game.
A colored abbreviation in a white box indicates that Raticate can not learn dall’Insegnamosse move in that game.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Raticate.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Raticate.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned dall’Insegnamosse other generations.
By a prior evolution
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 Stadium Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
This Pokémon learns no moves learned through previous evolutions.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Raticate.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Raticate.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned through previous developments in other generations.
exclusive moves GCC
Mossa Charter
Scratch Raticate (Skyridge 89)
exclusive moves the anime
Mosse type Episode
Calciosalto Fight An unusual cruise
Special moves
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
Shadow moves Level 34+ Purified moves
Declinoscuro Shadow Xym020.png Cooled Normal
Shadow Rush Shadow Super Fang Normal
– Scary Face Normal
– Hyper Fang Normal
Pokédex entries
The Red Use the whiskers to maintain its balance. It seems to become slower if they are cut.
Blue
Yellow has webbed hind legs so it can swim in rivers in search of prey.
II Oro gnaws anywhere with robust teeth. It can also break down rosicchiandoli concrete buildings.
Silver With a mustache is held in balance. The continuous growth of the teeth forces him to always chew.
Crystal Atrraversa rivers with webbed hind feet. Patrol vast areas looking for food.
III Ruby’s powerful tusks Raticate grow continuously. To reduce the growth eats rocks and logs. Often we see the imprints of his fangs even on the walls of houses.
Sapphire
Emerald’s powerful tusks Raticate grow continuously. To reduce the growth, rode rocks and logs. His fingerprints are seen too often on the walls of houses.
FireRed The hind legs, three fingers are webbed. This allows him to cross rivers by swimming.
Green F. Use the whiskers to maintain its balance. It seems to become slower if they are cut.
IV Diamond he sharpens his fangs in perpetual growth gnawing on hard things. He manages to break even walls.
Pearl
Platinum
Heartgold gnaws anywhere with robust teeth. It can also break down rosicchiandoli concrete buildings.
Soulsilver With a mustache is held in balance. The continuous growth of the teeth forces him to always chew.
V Black He sharpens his fangs in perpetual growth gnawing on hard things. He manages to break even walls.
White
Black 2 is much fiercer than it sounds. His fangs can crush even the hardest concrete.
white 2
X VI he sharpens his fangs in perpetual growth gnawing on hard things. He manages to break even walls.
Y crosses rivers with webbed hind feet. Patrol vast areas looking for food.
Rubino Ω The powerful tusks Raticate grow continuously. To reduce the growth eats rocks and logs. Often you see the signs of his fangs even on the walls of houses.
sapphire α
Sprites and models
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Curiosity
Raticate and Rattata share the category with Pikachu, Raichu, and Sandshrew Sandslash: they are all known as Mouse Pokémon, though in the first and second generation, and Rattata Raticate were known as Pokémon Rat.
Despite the Yellow Pokémon Pokédex states that Raticate has webbed feet which can swim, it is not able to learn the Surf move.
With the exception of Smeargle, Raticate and its pre-evolution it is the only Pokémon able to learn the move is not being Flame Wheel Fire-type.
Raticate is the only Pokémon in which the value of the catch rate has been changed: the first of the third generation was 90, and now has 127.
Rattata and Raticate are the only Pokémon whose main weapon teeth that are not able to learn the elemental bites: Fire Fang, Thunder Fang and Ice Fang.
The Raticate Blu is the subject of a popular urban legend: it is said that his Raticate, after the fight against the Red M / N Anna, was in serious condition and died because he could not take it in time in a Pokémon Center; thus explaining the presence of the rival in Pokémon Tower Lavender Town.
Raticate and its pre-evolution evolutionary family are the first two stages in the National Pokédex.
Raticate is the only Pokémon that has the number in the National Pokédex equal to the level at which it evolves its pre-evolution.
Origin
Its webbed feet, the shape of the body and its design is very similar to a nutria, a rodent of South America, but also has similarities with muskrat, while his ears reminiscent of the guinea pig. Besides his teeth resemble those of a gopher.
Origin of name
The name of Raticate seems to be a combination of English words rat (rat) and eradicated (root, meaning to destroy or exterminate). The second part may also be derived from the English word masticate (chew), relative to his teeth.
The Japanese name, ラ ッ タ Ratta, seems to stem merely from rat.
In other languages
Language Name Origin
Chinese Cantonese 哥達 Gōdaaht Transliteration of Japanese name of the pre-evolution Rattata (コ ラ ッ タ Koratta)
Mandarin 拉達 Lada Transliteration of Japanese name
SKO Bandiera.png Korean 레 트라 Reteura From English rat and ultra
FRA Bandiera.png French Rattatac From rat and attaque
JAP Bandiera.png Japanese ラ ッ タ Ratta From English rat
IND Bandiera.png Hindi रेतीकेट Raticate Transcription of the English name
RUS Russian Bandiera.png Ретикейт * Retikeit
Ратикейт Ratikeit Transcription of the English name
SPA Bandiera.png Spanish Rticate Same as English name
GER German Bandiera.png Rattikarl From rats and radikal
THA Bandiera.png Thai รัต ต้า Ratta giapponeseSpearow same name is a double Pokémon type Normal / Flying introduced in the first generation.
It evolves into Fearow from level 20.
Contents [hide]
1 Biology
1.1 Physiognomy
1.1.1 Differences between the sexes
1.2 Special abilities
1.3 Behavior
1.4 Habitat
1.5 Diet
2 In the anime
2.1 Major appearances
2.2 Minor appearances
Item 2.3 Pokédex
3 In the manga
3.1 In the Electric Tale of Pikachu
3.2 In Pokémon Adventures
3.3 In Pokémon Gotta Catch ‘Em All
4 In the TCG
5 Game data
5.1 Resistance and vulnerability
5.2 Evolutions
5.3 Zone
5.4 Tools required
5.5 Statistics
5.5.1 Basic Statistics
5.5.2 Statistics Pokéathlon
5.6 Moves learned
5.6.1 By leveling up
5.6.2 By TM / MN
5.6.3 By breeding
5.6.4 Dall’Insegnamosse
5.6.5 Only in the GCC
5.6.6 Special moves
5.7 Entries Pokédex
5.8 Sprite and models
6 Curiosity
6.1 Source
6.1.1 Origin of name
7 In other languages
Biology
physiognomy
Spearow is a very small bird Pokémon. It has rough plumage and hooked beak like birds of prey. The lower part of Spearow is beige in color, with two thin lines. His legs are a dark pink one o’clock and have three claws, while the wings are bright red with pinkish-colored tips. The Spearow back is black, with three brown feathers in the tail.
Differences between the sexes
None.
Special abilities
Although it can not fly too high and distant, Spearow is able to defend its territory with sufficient speed. Spearow is described as a fragile Pokémon, but still has the ability to resist due to its ability to use Mirror Coat.
Behavior
The Spearow are very easy to anger and very territorial; They can chase their enemies in large flocks. To fly, Spearow has to beat its wings very quickly, which is why it is unable to fly high or great distances. However, it is able to fly fast enough to defend its territory, shouting sharply so as to frighten the enemy. His cry is perceived by 1 km away and is a high danger warning. It was shown in the anime that Spearow sees in black and white.
Habitat

Pokémon Land Bare
The Spearow are very durable and are usually found in rough terrain such as desert lands and fields. It was found in Kanto, Johto and Sinnoh.
Diet
Main article: Pokémon food
Spearow usually eats weak Pokémon like Caterpie and Weedle. They are also known to eat eggs Dunsparce and Pidgey.
In the anime

Spearow in the anime
major appearances
Ash was attacked by a flock of Spearow in The beginning of a great adventure !, after trying to weaken a solitary Spearow throwing a stone, as Pikachu did not obey the orders. The flock reappears in an eventful holiday, with the Spearow met earlier this time evolved into a Fearow. The flock reappears in various flashbacks in the episodes Emergency !, The Samurai challenge, Pikachu !, Farewell Tour of Mystery !, Lucario and the Mystery of Mew and A return fire and flames !.
A Coach attacking a Lapras with his Spearow in A wounded puppy.
A flock of Spearow appears in an eventful party where they attack a flock of Pidgey and Pidgeotto.
minor appearances
Charmander Ash was attacked by a flock of Spearow in a new Pokémon.
A Spearow appears in Mewtwo Strikes Back.
One Spearow was one of the Pokémon seen at Professor Oak’s lab in the US in Danger sign.
One Spearow under the possession of an unknown coach is taken care from Nurse Joy for Joy, the super-nurse.
A flock of Spearow appears in an important meeting where attacks Team Rocket.
One Spearow was one of the Pokémon stolen by Butch and Cassidy in The Book.
Several Spearow also appear in The Power of One, Celebi: Voice of the Forest Pokémon Heroes.
Five Spearow appear in How to tame a Pokémon as part of a fantasy of Brock.
Skyler mentions in The race ballooning of a coach with several Spearow in the past, which has helped us to grow and evolve, but were never seen during the episode.
A small flock Spearow attacks Orville in Higher and higher.
Several Spearow are the inhabitants of the Holy Land of the Dragons in the last Medal (third party).
One Spearow appears under the possession of a Coordinator in leading Race.
Another flock of Spearow makes its apparzione in the tour of the mystery !, similarly to the first episode.
Spearow also appears in Deception and Pokémon Ranger and the kidnapping of Riolu (part 1).
One Spearow makes a small appearance in the possession of an unknown Coach, the League of Lily of the Valley in a mixture of old family !.
Pokédex entry
Episode Pokémon Pokédex entry
EP001 Spearow Pokédex of Ash Unlike Pidgey, the Spearow has a bad temper. It is very aggressive and sometimes attacks other Pokémon and even humans.
This concludes the original series.
in the manga

The Spearow Professor Oak in Pokémon Adventures
In the Electric Tale of Pikachu
As in the first episode of the anime, Ash defends his Pikachu from a flock of violent Spearow Salvatici in Pikachu, I See You !. In the manga catrtura their leader, one Fearow.
In Pokémon Adventures
Professor Oak had one Spearow. He was able to beat a powerful Blastoise with his Mirror Coat attack. It has evolved into Fearow before the Chapter FireRed & LeafGreen.
In Pokémon Gotta Catch ‘Em All
Tomio has a Spearow in the manga Pokémon Gotta Catch ‘Em All.
In the TCG
Main article: Spearow (GCC)
Game Data
Strengths and vulnerabilities
weaknesses
2 ×
electro
Ice
Rock
normal damage
1 ×
Steel
water
Dark
Dragon
elf
Fire
fight
Normal
psycho
Poison
Steering wheel
resistances
½ ×
Bug
Grass
Immunity
0 ×
Spectrum
Land
If this Pokémon holds a Facilsaglio the effectiveness of Ghost-type moves is 1 ×.
If this Pokémon holds a Facilsaglio or an Iron Ball or Gravity is used, the effectiveness of Ground-type moves is 1 ×.
Evolutions
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Base form
Spearow
 normal Flying
Rare candy
level 20

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first evolution
Fearow
 normal Flying

areas
The Red Blue Routes 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23
Blue Japanese Routes 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23
Yellow Routes 3, 4, 9, 16, 18, 22
II Gold Silver Routes 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 22, 33, 42, 46, (Headbutt against trees), obtained by Randy
Crystal Routes 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 22, 33, 42, 46, (Headbutt against trees), obtained by Randy
III Ruby Sapphire exchange
Emerald exchange
FireRed LeafGreen Routes 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, Riva del Tesoro, Mount Brace, Head of Far,
Valle Antica, Via Marina, Canyon Entrance
Colosseum exchange
XD Diamantopoli (Shadow)
IV Diamond Pearl Routes 225 226
Platinum Route 225
HeartGold SoulSilver Routes 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 22, 33, 42, 46, 47, Safari Zone, obtained by Webster (Headbutt against trees)
Pal Park Field
Pokéwalker Bosco chatter
V Black White Pairing Fearow
Black 2 White 2 Pairing Fearow
Dream World Seventh Heaven
VI X Y Safari Friends (Volante)
Ruby Sapphire Ω α exchange
held tools
I * Red Blue Berry (100%)
Yellow
III
XD Beccaffilato Beccaffilato (100%)
Statistics
Basic Statistics
Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
PS40 100 – 147190-284
Attacco60 58 – 123112-240
Difesa30 31-90 58-174
Att. Sp.31 32-91 60-177
Def. Sp.31 32-91 60-177
Velocità70 67 – 134130-262
Total: 262Altri Pokémon with this total
Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature.
Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature.
The Special stat of this Pokémon in Generation it was 31.

Pokéathlon statistics
Speed
3/5 ★★★ ☆☆
Power
2/4 ★★ ☆☆
skill
1/3 ★ ☆☆
Resistance
1/3 ★ ☆☆
Agility
3/5 ★★★ ☆☆
Total
10/20 ★★ ☆☆

Type effectiveness
By leveling up
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 Lv. Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
  XY ROZA
Start Peck Flying Body 35,100 35% Class 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
Start Roar Normal Status – 100% 2 40 Grace ♥♥ 0
5 Leer Normal Status – 100% 30 Class 1 2 ♥♥ ♥
9 Fury Normal Physical 15 85 20% Class 1 ♥ 0
13 Pursuit Dark Physical 40 100% 20 Insight 2 1 ♥ ♥♥
17 Aerial Ace Flying Physical 60 – 20% Class 2 ♥♥ 0
21 Mirror Volante Status – -% 20 Insight 1 ♥ 0
25 Agility Psychic Status – -% 30 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
29 Dark Body Warranty 60 100% 10 Insight 1 ♥ 0
33 Perch Volante Status – -% 10 Insight 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
37 Drill Peck 80 100% 20 Flying Body Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
The “Start” indicates a move known as Spearow obtained at level 1 in the sixth generation.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Spearow.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Spearow.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations.
By TM / MN
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 MV / MN Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
MT Poison Sprite Zaino.png MT06 Toxin Poison Status – 90% 10 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT10 Hidden Power Normal Special 60 100% 15 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Fire Sprite Zaino.png MT11 Sunny Day Fire Status – -% 5 1 Beauty ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT17 Protection Normal Status – -% 10 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Water Sprite Zaino.png MT18 Rain Dance Water Status – -% 5 1 Beauty ♥ 0
MT Flying Sprite Zaino.png MT19 Perch Volante Status – -% 10 Insight 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png TM21 Frustration Normal Physical – 100% 20 Grazia 2 3 ♥♥ ♥♥♥
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT27 Return Normal Physical – 100% 20 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT32 Double Team Normal Status – -% 15 Class 1 ♥ 0
MT Flying Sprite Zaino.png MT40 Aerial Ace Flying Physical 60 – 20% Class 2 ♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT42 Facade Normal Physical 70 100% 20 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
Bag TM Psychic Sprite.png MT44 Rest Psychic Status – -% 10 Grazia 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT45 Attraction Normal Status – 100% 2 15 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Dark Sprite Zaino.png MT46 Theft Dark Physical 60 100% 25 Grit 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT48 Choir Normal Special 60 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT49 Echoed Voice Normal Special 40 100% 15 Beauty 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Steel Sprite Zaino.png MT51 Steel Wing Steel Physical 70 90 25% Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT54 False Swipe Normal Physical 40 100% 40 Class 4 ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT87 Bullo Normal State – 90% 15 3 Grace ♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT88 Sleep Talk Normal Status – -% 20 Grazia 1 ♥ 0
MT Bug Sprite Zaino.png MT89 Reverse Beetle Body 70 100% 20 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT90 Substitute Normal Status – -% 10 2 Grace ♥♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT94 ForzasegretaRΩZα Normal Physical 70 100% 20 Insight 1 ♥ 0
MT Normal Sprite Zaino.png MT100 Confidence Normal Status – -% 20 3 Grace ♥♥♥ 0
MN Flying Sprite Zaino.png MN02 Flight Flying Body 90 95% 15 Insight 2 ♥♥ 0
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Spearow.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Spearow.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned through MT / MN from other generations.
by breeding
sixth generation
Other generations:
I • II • III • IV • V
 Parent Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
ZubatGolbatCrobatMurkrowHonchkrowSwabluAltaria
Dismay Spectrum Physical 30,100 15% Grazia 2 3 ♥♥ ♥♥♥
PidgeyPidgeottoPidgeotChatotPidoveTranquillUnfezant
DucklettSwanna FeatherDance Volante State – 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ 0
Murkrow Finta Dark Physical 60 – 20% Insight 2 ♥♥ 0
PidgeyPidgeottoPidgeotDoduoDodrioTaillowSwellow
WingullStarlyStaraviaStaraptorPidoveTranquillUnfezant
ArchenArcheopsFletchlingFletchinderTalonflame Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100% 30 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
PidoveTranquillUnfezantFletchlingFletchinderTalonflameNoibat
Noivern Razor Normal Special 80 100% 10 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
AerodactylArchenArcheopsRuffletBraviary Scary Face Normal Status – 100% True Grit 10 3 ♥♥♥ 0
NoctowlAltariaTogekissPidoveTranquillUnfezantSigilyph
Sky Attack Flying Physical 140 90 5% Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
SkarmoryFletchlingFletchinderTalonflame Steel Wing Steel Physical 70 90 25% Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
Dodrio Triplet Normal Special 80 100% 10 1 Beauty ♥ 0
DoduoDodrioHoothootNoctowlChatot Uproar Normal Special 90 100% 10 Grace ♥♥ 2 1 ♥
PidgeyPidgeottoPidgeotStarlyStaraviaStaraptorSigilyph
RuffletBraviaryNoibatNoivern Turbine Normal Status – -% 20 Insight 3 ♥♥♥ 0
Moves marked with an asterisk (*) are achieved only with a chain breeding of Spearow in the sixth generation.
Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be obtained from a Pokémon that has learned in a previous generation.
Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can be obtained on Spearow only in that game.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Spearow.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Spearow.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned by coupling from other generations.
Dall’Insegnamosse
sixth generation
Other generations:
II • III • IV • V
 Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Virtues Charm Obstruction
X Y RO ZA Giravvita Earth Body 80 95% 10 Grit 3 ♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Heat Wave Fire Special 95 90% 10 2 Beauty 2 ♥♥ ♥♥
X Y RO ZA Sky Attack Flying Physical 140 90 5% Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Snoring Normal Special 50 100% 15 4 Grace ♥♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Tailwind Volante Status – -% 15 Class 3 ♥♥♥ 0
X Y RO ZA Uproar Normal Special 90 100% 10 Grace ♥♥ 2 1 ♥
A black abbreviation in a colored box indicates that Spearow can learn dall’Insegnamosse move in that game.
A colored abbreviation in a white box indicates that Spearow can not learn dall’Insegnamosse move in that game.
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by a Spearow.
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Spearow.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see the moves learned dall’Insegnamosse other generations.
Only in the GCC
Mossa Charter in September
Wing Attack Spearow Intro Pack
Spearow Pokémon EX FireRed LeafGreen
Spearow Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Majestic Dawn
Spearow Pokemon HS Unleashed
Special moves
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
Shadow moves Level 22+ Purified moves
Shadow Blitz Shadow Xym021.png Relay Normal
Declinoscuro Shadow False Swipe Normal
– Leer Normal
– Aerial Ace Flying
Pokédex entries
The Red Eat tall grass insects. To stay in the air flaps its short wings very quickly.
Blue
Yellow does not reach high altitudes, but still managed to fly very fast to protect its territory.
II Gold Beating short wings locates tall grass insects. Then he gathers them with its stubby beak.
Silver Very jealous of its territory, flutters around very rapidly beating wings continuously.
Crystal To defend the territory, flies around all the time and launches strong cries.
III Ruby SPEAROW emits a very loud cry, perceptible even to 1 km away. When this cry echoes in the surrounding area, this POKéMON is intended to alert his fellow men of imminent danger.
Sapphire
Emerald SPEAROW emits a very loud cry, perceptible even to 1 km away. With this cry echoing warns his fellows of an impending danger.
FireRed skips constantly. It is fragile, but still quite tricky, even with the use of Mirror.
F. Eat Green tall grass insects. To stay in the air must beat the court very fast wings.
IV Diamond Slams eagerly her flippers to rise in flight. Search pecking in the grass prey.
Pearl
Platinum
Heartgold Beating short wings locates tall grass insects. Then he gathers them with its stubby beak.
Soulsilver Very jealous of its territory, flitting around at great speed flapping their wings constantly.
V Black Bangs furiously her flippers to rise in flight. Search pecking in the grass prey.
White
black 2
white 2
VI X Very jealous of its territory, flitting around at great speed flapping their wings constantly.
Y Eat tall grass insects. To stay in the air must beat the court very fast wings.
Rubino Ω Spearow emits a very loud cry, perceptible even to 1 km away. When this cry echoes in the surrounding area, this move is intended to alert his fellow men of imminent danger.
sapphire α
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