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Jigglypuff
プリン Purin
Jigglypuff anime
Jigglypuff
Debuts in The Song of Jigglypuff
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Ani039MS
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Jigglypuff Mika Kanai Rachael Lillis

Jigglypuff (Japanese: プリン Purin) is a wild Pokémon which appears multiple times in the Pokémon anime.

In the animeEdit

HistoryEdit

Moves usedEdit

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Using Sing
Move First Used In
Pound The Song of Jigglypuff
Sing The Song of Jigglypuff
DoubleSlap The Song of Jigglypuff
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the mangaEdit

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu mangaEdit

File:Jigglypuff EToP.png

Jigglypuff's only appearance in The Electric Tale of Pikachu was in the chapter Attack of the Demon Stomach where it is used to knock out a hungry Snorlax from eating all of the fruit on the Seven Grapefruit Islands.

Moves usedEdit

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Using Sing
Move First Used In
Sing Attack of the Demon Stomach
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the gamesEdit

File:Jigglypuff Zany Cards.png

Pokémon YellowEdit

In [[PokémonYellowVersion{{{4}}}|PokémonYellowTemplate:If}]], there is a Jigglypuff at the Template:Ci Pokémon Center. If it is interacted with, it will sing its song, which will put Pikachu to sleep. Pikachu will remain where it is standing until the player leaves the center, if player talks to it or uses the Poké Flute while standing next to it. Nurse Joy will note the sleeping Pikachu if she is spoken to, and will not heal the player's party until Pikachu is awoken. If the player tries to deposit Pikachu in the PC, the PC will state there is "No response". Jigglypuff is also present at the Pewter Pokémon Center in the other Generation I games, the Generation II games, and their [[PokémonFireRed and LeafGreenVersions{{{4}}}|respective}]] [[PokémonHeartGold and SoulSilverVersions{{{4}}}|remakes}]]. In Generation I and FireRed and LeafGreen, while it sings just like in Yellow, its song has no effect, likely due to all six of the player's Pokémon being in Poké Balls. In Generation II and HeartGold and SoulSilver, it does not sing.

Pokémon SnapEdit

A Jigglypuff—which may be this same Jigglypuff—appears in the Cave area of Pokémon Snap. It and two other Jigglypuff are being harassed by a trio of Koffing. They leave after being saved by the player, but return at the end of the course to Sing for the camera. The center-most one uses a marker as a microphone, and inflates itself in anger in the same manner if the Poké Flute is played over its singing.

Pokémon Zany CardsEdit

In Special Seven mode, Jigglypuff appears as card #3. When Jigglypuff is used, it will sing the opponent to sleep (becoming enraged in the process), forcing them to miss a turn.

Related articlesEdit

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Jigglypuff.

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