Qwilfish

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Water
Poison
Qwilfish
(ハリーセン Harīsen)
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Balloon Pokémon Pokémon
Pokédex
National
211
Johto
Hoenn
Sinnoh
Unova
Kalos
Alola
Ability Gender
Poison Point
Swift Swim
Intimidate (Dream World)
50% ♀/ 50% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Grey Unknown
Weight Height
8.6 lbs. ??? 1'08" ???
Body style Footprint
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Cry
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
65 75 95
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
55 55 85
Total
430

[[Category:Grey Pokémon]]


Qwilfish (Japanese: ハリーセン Harīsen) is a Water/Poison-type Pokémon introduced in Generation II.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Qwilfish resembles a pufferfish. It has a Bluish Greenish top, and a pale underside. Noticeable features of Qwilfish are its toxic spikes, its paddle-like tail, and its round shape. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, you can catch it out in the water you can get to out of Iron Island. And its eyes are straight and serious.

Game info[edit | edit source]

Game locations[edit | edit source]

Version(s) Location Rarity
Gold/Silver Route 12, Route 32 Rare
Crystal Route 12, Route 32 Rare
Ruby/ Sapphire Trade None
Emerald Trade None
FireRed/ LeafGreen Five Isle Meadow, Green Path, etc. (FireRed only) Common
Diamond/ Pearl Iron Island (Super Rod) Rare
Platinum Iron Island (Super Rod) Rare
HeartGold/SoulSilver Route 12, Route 13, Route 32 Rare
Black/White Route 17, 18, P2 Laboratory Uncommon

Pokédex entries[edit | edit source]

Generation I
Qwilfish did not appear during the Generation I games.
Gold
To fire its poison spikes, it must inflate its body by drinking over 2.6 gallons of water all at once.
Silver
The small spikes covering its body developed from scales. They inject a toxin that causes fainting.
Crystal
When faced with a larger opponent, it swallows as much water as it can to match the opponent's size.
Ruby
Qwilfish sucks in water, inflating itself. This Pokémon uses the pressure of the water it swallowed to shoot toxic quills all at once from all over its body. It finds swimming somewhat challenging.
Sapphire
Qwilfish sucks in water, inflating itself. This Pokémon uses the pressure of the water it swallowed to shoot toxic quills all at once from all over its body. It finds swimming somewhat challenging.
Emerald
A Qwilfish uses the pressure of water it swallows to shoot toxic quills all at once from all over its body. It finds swimming to be somewhat challenging.
FireRed
The small spikes covering its body developed from scales. They inject a toxin that causes fainting.
LeafGreen
To fire its poison spikes, it must inflate its body by drinking over 2.6 gallons of water all at once.
Diamond
It shoots the poison spines on its body in all directions. Its round form makes it a poor swimmer.
Pearl
It shoots the poison spines on its body in all directions. Its round form makes it a poor swimmer.
Platinum
It shoots the poison spines on its body in all directions. Its round form makes it a poor swimmer.
HeartGold
To fire its poison spikes, it must inflate its body by drinking over 2.6 gallons of water all at once.
SoulSilver
The small spikes covering its body developed from scales. They inject a toxin that causes fainting.
Black
It shoots the poison spines on its body in all directions. Its round form makes it a poor swimmer.
White
It shoots the poison spines on its body in all directions. Its round form makes it a poor swimmer.
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Learnset[edit | edit source]

Generation II[edit | edit source]

Main article: Qwilfish/Learnset Generation II

Generation III[edit | edit source]

Main article: Qwilfish/Learnset Generation III

Generation IV[edit | edit source]

Main article: Qwilfish/Learnset Generation IV

Generation V[edit | edit source]

Leveling
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Damage Type Contest Type Appeal Jam
1 Spikes —% 20 Ground Status


1 Tackle 50 100% 35 Normal Physical


1 Poison Sting 15 100% 35 Poison Physical


9 Harden —% 30 Normal Status


9 Minimize —% 20 Normal Status


13 Water Gun 40 100% 25 Water Special


17 Rollout 30 90% 20 Rock Physical


21 Toxic Spikes —% 20 Poison Status


25 Stockpile —% 20 Normal Status


25 Spit Up ?? 100% 10 Normal Special


29 Revenge 60 100% 10 Fighting Physical


33 Brine 65 100% 10 Water Special


37 Pin Missile 14 85% 20 Bug Physical


41 Take Down 90 85% 20 Normal Physical


45 Aqua Tail 90 90% 10 Water Physical


49 Poison Jab 80 100% 20 Poison Physical


53 Destiny Bond —% 5 Ghost Status


57 Hydro Pump 120 80% 5 Water Special


Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite it's reputation as a bad swimmer, it is able to learn the HM moves Surf, Dive, and Waterfall and one of its abilities is Swift Swin.
  • In an early design for what would became Qwilfish (Japanese: ハリーセン Harysen), it was called Bukū, which was possibly a corruption of the word fugu (河豚, meaning "river pig"), which both the japanese word for pufferfish and the dish prepared from it.

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