A Tangela appeared in , where it was battling during the. Its identity is obscured by countless blue vines that are similar to seaweed. In subsequent appearances, Jupiter's Tangrowth used only Natural Gift, and its strategy was easily worked around. Unsuspecting prey that wander near get ensnared by its vines. A Tangela appeared in , under the ownership of a participating in.
The Pokémon regenerates quickly and will go right back to normal. It into when up while knowing. A Tangrowth appeared in , under the ownership of ; it helps her at her flower shop. Solar Beam is actually the better charge move, despite having lower dps. In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga A Tangela took part in a baseball match in. It has a pair of red boot-like feet, but no visible arms.Next
Tangrowth later worked alongside 's to stop from escaping when they spotted it. So in my opinion, on its own, without considering any Tangrowth cards, this is a below average Basic Pokemon card. Pokemon Card Rating: I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating. The blue vines shrouding its body are covered in a growth of fine hair. So, on its own, only looking at this Tangela card, I would recommend passing on including this card in a deck. You don't want to get tangled up in my vines. If not I think that there are Furrets in the grass which can learn Surf.Next
Lunick uses Tangela's vines to rescue a girl from a burning building. In , a Tangela appeared as one of the Pokémon in 's fantasy when he explains that should only have six Pokémon with them. I'm already down to half health! No one has seen the face hidden behind this growth of vines. Four wild Tangela appeared in , where they were among the Pokémon seen at Professor Oak's Laboratory. Its vines snap off easily and painlessly if they are grabbed, allowing it to make a quick getaway. It entangles anything that gets close.
The whole body is swathed with wide vines that are similar to seaweed. Its vines grow so profusely that, in the warm season, you can't even see its eyes. Tangrowth captures its prey by extending its arms, which are made of vines. The lost vines are replaced by new growth the very next day. It tangles any moving thing with its vines.Next
Will become entangled with anything. It was shown defeating another Trainer's. A Trainer's Tangela appeared in , where it was seen competing in the. Origin Tangela is likely based on , a of , who had a head of snakes and turned any creature that saw her into stone. The first move that this card has is called Bind, for two energy cards, one each of grass and colorless, this move does 20 damage, plus it paralyzes the defending Pokemon if you get a heads when flipping a coin.Next
Considering Tangrowth's shaggy appearance, Tangrowth may be based on an exaggerated concept of a shaggy. Its appearance and behavior also match that of the and. In its battle against Ash, it managed to take out by using this combination. A Tangela appeared in as one of the Pokémon sent to participate in the fight in. The only way I could see using this card in a deck would be if you're building a grass type deck that has several Pokemon that can inflict special conditions, and since both moves on this card can do that, it would fit right in with the deck.
Its vines can be used as ropes to lower Hiori and others down from roofs. A Tangrowth briefly appeared in , under the ownership of a competing in the. A pair of saucer-like eyes peeks out from beneath the tangled mess of vines. Also, I just beat Lief the 4th gym leader. This Tangela goes by the of Angela in the English translations, or Mon-chan in Japanese. Hey, I'm Primetime Pokemon, I'm an avid collector of Pokemon cards and have been collecting since I was 10.Next