Introduced in Generation I, the Venusaur is a dual type squat, pokemon that is quadruped and features blue green skin with bumps. Its eyes are bright red, small in size and circular in shape, while its nose is short and blunt. With two pointy teeth on the upper jaw and four on the lower, the Venusaur has a wide mouth and pointed ears.
Venusaur has a special overgrow ability and a hidden Chlorophyll ability. The best Venusaur moveset is Vine Whip and Razor Leaf. The Venusaur best sets and best tactics include Sludge Bomb, Petal Blizzard and Solar Beam.
Venusaur moves in Pokemon Quest
|Move name||Type||Attack||Cooldown, sec||Stone Slots||Description|
|Tackle||Normal||163||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user smashes into enemies in front of itself with all its might, damaging them.|
|Synthesis||Grass||0||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user absorbs light, raising the damage it deals for a while.|
|Petal Dance||Grass||156||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user spins in place, scattering petals that deal damage to enemies around it.|
|Vine Whip||Grass||237||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user strikes enemies in front of itself with whiplike vines. Deals damage to enemies hit by them.|
|Toxic||Poison||59||4||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user sprays a powerful poison around itself, often poisoning enemies hit by it.|
|Take Down||Normal||189||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user slams into enemies in front of itself with a reckless, full body charge, damaging all enemies hit by it. The user also takes recoil damage.|
|Mega Drain||Grass||165||9||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||The user attacks enemies in front of itself, dealing damage to them. Some of the damage dealt is absorbed by the user, restoring its HP.|
|Solar Beam||Grass||227||7||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user gathers light and unleashes it in front of itself, dealing damage to enemies hit by it.|
|Leech Seed||Grass||103||9||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user plants a seed on the ground in front of itself. Enemies in range are gradually damaged. Part of the damage dealt is absorbed to restore the user's HP.|
How to get Venusaur in Pokemon Quest
Getting hold of Venusaur is easy if you search areas that are surrounded by greenery. Farms, forests, parks, gardens and open lands are the best places you can search for them. Another way to trap Venusaur is to put together a special Venusaur recipe that is called Sludge Soup. This can be done by mixing together 3 Balm Mushroom, 1 Rainbow Matter and 1 Tiny Mushroom.
How to evolve Venusaur in Pokemon Quest
Venusaur evolution level is set at level 32. This Pokémon is the final form of a Bulbasaur and Venusaur evolution is carried out with the help of a Venusaurite that allows it to transform into Mega Venusaur.