Tue. Jul 27th, 2021

Ferroseed

Ferroseed (Japanese: テッシード Tesseed) is a small oval-shaped metallic Pokemon resembling a durian. There are many green thorns around its body that are used for protection. Additionally, it has a metallic body with band-like stripes, along with small yellow eyes with black pupils and has green rims around them. This metal-bodied Pokemon evolution has quite good Stats, Abilities and Moveset in its kit and on top of that it seems way more powerful when we got to know that the weakness Ferroseed possessed is against only two types of Pokemon.

It sticks its spikes into cave walls, to absorb the minerals from the rocks. If threatened, it can shoot a barrage of spikes from its body so it can escape by rolling away.

Ferroseed prefers to live in moss caves. It absorbs minerals from rocks to grow moss as seen in the anime. Its spikes can grow big and strong by consuming the moss. However, absorbing nutrients from rocks that come from Chargestone Cave can yield disastrous results.

Ferroseed anme is said to be a combination of ferr- (a stem meaning iron in several languages including Latin) and seed. Surprisingly, no other Pokemon have the same Egg Group combination as Ferroseed and its evolved form. Also, the Pokemon has the lowest base Speed stat of all Steel Type-type Pokemon

Ferroseed first debuted in Crisis at Ferroseed Research!, where Professor Malveaux was conducting research on them using electric stones from Chargestone Cave. Ferroseed’s English name is said to be a combination of Ferrum (Latin for iron) and seed.  However, when the experiment went out of control, it resulted in moss spreading around the Ferroseed Research Institute.

About Ferroseed

  • National Pokedex no: 597
  • Type: Grass, steel
  • Japanese Name: テッシード (Tesseed)
  • Height: 6 m (2′00 feet)
  • Weight: 8 kg (41.4 lbs.)
  • Abilities:
    • Iron Barbs
  • Local No.:
    • 103 (Black/White)
    • 175 (Black 2/White 2)
    • 069 (X/Y — Coastal Kalos)
    • 189 (Sword/Shield)
    • 179 (The Crown Tundra)
  •  Catch rate: 255 (33.3% with PokeBall, full HP
  • Base friendship: 70 (normal)
  • Base experience: 61
  • Growth rate: Medium Fast
  • Egg group: Grass, Mineral
  • Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female
  • Egg cycles: 20 (4,884–5,140 steps)

Moves Learned By FerroseedFerroseed Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

Moves Learned By Levelling Up

LEVEL MOVE TYPE CATEGORY POWER ACCURACY
1 Harden Normal Status
1 Tackle Normal Physical 40 100
5 Metal claw Steel Physical 50 95
10 Pin missile Bug Physical 25 95
15 Ingrain Grass Status
20 Flash cannon Steel Special 80 100
25 Iron head Steel Physical 80 100
30 Self- destruct Normal Physical 200 100
35 Iron defense Steel Status
41 Curse Ghost Status
45 Gyro ball Steel Physical 100
50 Explosion Normal Physical 250 100

Moves Learned By TM

TM MOVE TYPE CATEGORY POWER ACCURACY
7 Pin missile Bug Physical 25 95
11 Solar beam Grass Special 120 100
14 Thunder wave Electric Status 90
20 Self-destruct Normal Physical 200 100
21 Rest Psychic Status
24 Snore Normal Special 50 100
25 Protect Normal Status
28 Giga drain Grass Special 75 100
31 Attract Normal Status 100
34 Sunny day Fire Status
39 Facade Normal Physical 70 100
42 Revenge Fighting Physical 60 100
50 Bullet seed Grass Physical 25 100
57 Payback Dark Physical 50 100
58 Assurance Dark Physical 60 100
76 Round normal Special 60 100

 How To Find Ferroseed?Ferroseed Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

GAME NAME     LOCATION
BLACK/WHITE Chargestone Cave
BLACK2/WHITE2 Chargestone Cave

Chargestone Cave (N’s Pokemon)

X/Y Reflection Cave, Glittering Cave, Friend Safari (Steel)
OMEGA RUBY/ALPHA SAPPHIRE Trade
SUN AND MOON Pokemon Bank
ULTRA SUN AND ULTRA MOON Pokemon Bank
LETS GO PIKACHU AND LETS GO EEVEE Unobtainable
SWORD AND SHIELD Route 4, Bridge Field, Motostoke Riverbank, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid Battle (Bridge Field, Dappled Grove, Dusty Bowl, Giants Mirror, Giants sea, Hammerlocke Hills, Stony Wilderness)

How To Evolve?Ferroseed Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

There are currently 2 Pokemon in total in the Ferroseed family. Ferroseed evolves into Ferrothorn which costs 50 Candies starting at level 40.

How Much Useful Is My Ferroseed?

Ferroseed has pretty decent base stats, the highest being that of Defense. In addition to it, it is resistant to poison, psychic, dragon, normal, electric, water, steel, rocky, fairy, and grass type of moves. It is also boosted by sunny and snowy weather. Hence with great strategy and encountering the opponent’s weak points, this Pokemon can be worth it on the field.

Weaknesses

Ferroseed is a Grass/Steel-type Pokemon and is weak against Fire moves, and weak against Fighting moves.

The other strong Pokemon who can stand a great chance against Ferroseed are Reshiram, Chandelure, Darmanitan (Standard), Volcarona, Blaziken.

Well, do you think that the Ferroseed Evolution can suffice your needs in the game after going through its weakness, Moveset, stats, and more? If yes then you should run down to the Ferroseed Evolution!

But if still, you think that you may find some better Moveset, stats, and less unhealthy weakness with the help of evolution other than of Ferroseed, then Herald Journalism has information stocked for that purpose.

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