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Seviper

Seviper (Japanese: ハブネーク Habunake) is a Template:Type Template:OBP introduced in Generation III.

It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

It is well known for its ongoing feud against Template:P.

Biology

Seviper is a serpentine Pokémon that is usually depicted scrunched up like an accordion. It is mostly black, but has several markings on its body. It has yellow hexagon markings that run from its head to its tail, small yellow bumps where it touches the ground, and various purple scar-like marks. It has elongated red fangs that protrude from its upper jaw and fierce red eyes. Its tail is partially red and has a blade-like shape. Seviper sharpens its tail on rocks, and can use it for its former signature move, Template:M.

Seviper wraps around its opponents to make them unable to move. Its tail and fangs are venomous, and are used for striking and poisoning prey or enemies. It has been bitter enemies with Template:P for many generations. It lives in Template:DL

In the anime

In the main series

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Seviper in the Template:Pkmn

Major appearances

Jessie's Seviper

Seviper debuted in A Tail with a Twist. Jessie was so impressed by how it beat up Ash's Treecko, that she had to capture it. After it bit off a chunk of her hair accidentally, she beat it up with her own two hands. After James and Template:MTR calmed her back down, she captured it in a Poké Ball. Seviper became Jessie's main battling partner replacing her Template:TP. Jessie was made to leave Seviper at Team Rocket Headquarters when she headed to the Unova region so they wouldn't attract attention by using Pokémon not from Unova.

Lucy's Seviper

A Seviper appeared in Queen of the Serpentine, under the ownership of Template:FB. She first used it to fight off Template:TRT, during which it clashed against Jessie's own Seviper. It was then used to battle Ash's Donphan at the Battle Pike, where it lost.

Other

A Seviper appeared in Saving Braviary!, under the ownership of a Template:Tc named Schwarz. Schwarz sent it out after he and Weiss caught Template:An getting away with Template:P. It was then used to battle Template:Ash and Template:Ashfr and was eventually defeated in a battle by Iris's Excadrill.

Multiple Seviper appeared in Defending the Homeland!. They were one of Template:An's minions who were ordered to attack Template:AP's homeland. Two of them reappeared in Beyond the Rainbow!, Master Class is in Session!, and Till We Compete Again!.

Minor appearances

A Seviper appeared in a flashback in Pace - The Final Frontier!.

A Seviper appeared in a flashback in Good Friends, Great Training!.

Pokédex entries

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In the Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 Animated Trailer

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Seviper in the animated trailer

A Seviper appeared in the Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Animated Trailer, under the ownership of a female Template:Tc. It was ordered to attack Template:Ga, Hugh, and Cheren with Template:M aboard the Plasma Frigate, but Nate's Template:P intercepted with its own Bite before Hugh's Template:P attacked it with Template:M. Template:-

In the manga

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Seviper in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Main article: Lucy's Seviper

In Trying to Trounce Torchic, a Template:Pkmn2 Seviper attacked Template:Adv and Template:Adv after the latter took him to her Secret Base. Her Torchic was able to put it down for the time being with its Template:M barrage, but it rose back up after Sapphire fainted from an earlier wound. Ruby, seeing that there was no one around to see him fight, knocked it out cold before leaving Sapphire a letter and a change of clothes.

A Seviper appeared in the wild in On the Loose and Hyper with Zangoose and Seviper I and On the Loose and Hyper with Zangoose and Seviper II where it broke Ruby's Poké Balls in unison with a wild Template:P. The then-uncaptured Feefee was able to take them both out, resulting in it being forced into his team (which provided a sharp contrast between the well-groomed Nana and Kiki, and Mumu and itself).

As in the Template:Pkmn, Pike Queen Lucy uses a Seviper as her main Pokémon, which was able to defeat two rental Pokémon in an exhibition match, and later fought Template:Adv before losing. She first appeared in Swanky Showdown with Swalot.

A Seviper Template:Pkmn2 by Template:Adv and lent to Template:Adv for his Template:DL challenge appeared in a fantasy in Moving Past Milotic.

In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga

Main article: Lucy's Seviper

Lucy used a Seviper during her battle with Template:OBP.

In the TCG

Main article: Seviper (TCG)

Game data

Pokédex entries

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Game locations

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In side games

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In events

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Held items

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Stats

Base stats

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Pokéathlon stats

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Type effectiveness

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Learnset

By leveling up

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By TM/HM

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By Template:Pkmn

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By tutoring

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Side game data

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Evolution

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Sprites

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Trivia

  • In an infamous Pokémon Trainer's Choice, Seviper was incorrectly claimed to be an evolution of Template:P.
  • Seviper and its rival Template:P share several characteristics, such as being in the Field Egg Group, residing in the same Friend Area, and being the only two Pokémon with a base stat total of 458.
    • Seviper and Zangoose also have the exact opposite Experience group, with Seviper being in the Fluctuating group and Zangoose being in the Erratic group.
  • Seviper is the only pure {{Poison}} type to not have an evolutionary relative.
  • His appearances in the Stephen Squirrelsky and Friends are Kermiladdin 2: The Return of McLeach and will hopefully be in more.

Origin

Seviper is based on a viper; specifically, the Template:Wp, a type of venomous Template:Wp that was often pitted against Template:Wps in roadside shows. This practice is now considered inhumane and is rarely seen today. Aside from its scars, the shape of its color pattern resembles that of the Template:Wp. The rivalry it shares with Zangoose is based on the relationship between mongooses and snakes.

Name origin

Seviper is a combination of sever (to cut and detach) or severe (intense) and Template:Wp.

Habunake is a combination of 波布 Template:Wp and snake.

In other languages

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Related articles

  • Jessie's Seviper
  • Lucy's Seviper

External links

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