The Poliwhirl evolves from a Poliwag at level 25 and is also a water-type creature. Its introduction occurs in Generation 1 and is also referred to as a tadpole Pokémon which means it can live both on land and water. Poliwhirl is bipedal and has a round body. There are two eyes that protrude from its head which resemble a frog. A black and white swirl is seen on its belly which is actually the Pokémon's internal organs. The skin produces an oily secretion that helps it slip away from enemies.
The abilities of Poliwhirl includes Water Absorb or Damp with a Swift Swim hidden ability.
The best Poliwhirl moveset includes Bubble and Mud Shot. Poliwhirl best sets and Poliwhirl best tactics are Bubble Beam, Water Pulse and Mud Bomb.
Poliwhirl moves in Pokemon Quest
|Move name||Type||Attack||Cooldown, sec||Stone Slots||Description|
|Surf||Water||127||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||The user creates a wide wave and charges forward on it. Deals damage to enemies caught in the wave.|
|Waterfall||Water||252||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user approaches enemies in front of itself and creates a pillar of water beneath them. This deals damage to enemies it hits.|
|Flail||Normal||130||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user flails about, damaging enemies it hits.|
|Amnesia||Psychic||0||8||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user temporarily empties its mind to forget its concerns, raising the amount of damage it deals and making it more resistant to negative effects.|
|Bulk Up||Fighting||0||8||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user tenses its muscles to bulk up its body, raising the damage it deals for a while. This also reduces the damage the user takes.|
|Mega Punch||Normal||561||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||After approaching enemies in front of itself, the user slugs enemies directly in front of itself with a muscle packed punch, damaging them.|
How to get Poliwhirl in Pokemon Quest
Wondering how to get Poliwhirl? With a special Poliwhirl recipe including 2 Tiny Mushroom and 3 Bluk Berry, create a Mouth Watering Dip that includes a whole lot of soft things and a lot of blue in order to catch Poliwhirl.
How to evolve Poliwhirl in Pokemon Quest
The Poliwhirl evolution takes place with the help of a Water Stone which turns it into Poliwrath. There is also another Poliwhirl evolution level that transforms it into Politoed by trade holding King's Rock.