List of Absol facts:-
Absol is a Dark-type Pokémon.
It first appeared in Generation III of the Pokémon franchise, in the Ruby and Sapphire games.
Absol’s Japanese name is “Absol,” which is the same as its English name.
Absol is known as the “Disaster Pokémon” because it often appears before natural disasters occur.
Absol is a quadruped with white fur, a black mane, and a large blade-like protrusion on its head.
It has blue eyes with white pupils.
Absol is the only non-legendary Pokémon that has a base stat total of 680.
Absol’s ability “Super Luck” increases the critical hit ratio of its moves.
It has a Mega Evolution, which was introduced in Pokémon X and Y.
Mega Absol gains the ability “Magic Bounce,” which reflects status moves back at the opponent.
Absol is often mistaken for an ill-omened Pokémon, but it is actually a protector that warns people of impending disasters.
It has a signature move called “Night Slash,” which is a powerful Dark-type physical move.
In the anime, Absol is often portrayed as a mysterious and elusive Pokémon.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a trainer named Ruby owns an Absol.
Absol’s appearance is based on a combination of a wolf and a black cat.
It has a high speed stat, making it a good choice for a sweeper.
Absol can learn a variety of moves, including Dark, Normal, and Fighting-type moves.
It is weak to Fighting, Bug, and Fairy-type moves.
Absol’s Mega Evolution has the highest base Attack stat of all Dark-type Pokémon.
Absol’s Mega Evolution gains a boost to its Attack and Speed stats.
It is one of the few Pokémon to have a unique cry that is different from other Pokémon in its evolutionary line.
Absol can be found in the wild in various locations throughout the Pokémon games, including Route 120 in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.
In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Absol can be obtained by evolving a Sneasel with a Razor Claw.
Absol has a Mega Stone called Absolite, which allows it to Mega Evolve.
Its Pokédex entry states that “People believe that Absol appears before natural disasters and warns people of danger, so its appearance has become something of a bad omen.”
Absol is one of the few Pokémon to have a unique Poké Ball design in the games, which is a white and red Poké Ball with a black “A” on it.
It is known as “Yamirami” in Japanese, which means “Nightmare.”
Absol’s Pokédex number is #359.
It has been featured in various merchandise, including plush toys, figures, and trading cards.
Absol is a popular Pokémon among fans and has been featured in numerous fan artworks and fanfiction.
In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games, Absol is the protector of the player character and the only Pokémon that can sense danger in the world.
Absol’s design was created by Ken Sugimori, the art director of the Pokémon franchise.
Its blade-like protrusion on its head is said to be as sharp as a guillotine blade.
Absol’s name comes from the word “absolute,” which refers to its reputation as a Pokémon that can sense disasters before they happen.
In the Pokémon anime, an Absol appeared in the movie “Lucario and the Mystery of Mew,” where it helped the main characters in their quest to stop a dangerous villain.
Absol is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Perish Song,” which causes all Pokémon on the field to faint after three turns.
It is also one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Faint Attack,” which never misses its target.
Absol’s appearance is similar to that of a Bai Hu, a mythical Chinese creature that is often depicted as a white tiger.
In the Pokémon Trading Card Game, Absol has been featured in multiple sets, including the “Dark Explorers” and “EX Holon Phantoms” sets.
In the Pokémon Ranger series of games, Absol is one of the Pokémon that can be used to help the player character in their missions.
Absol’s Mega Evolution was introduced in the same generation as Mega Evolutions themselves, making it one of the earliest Pokémon to receive one.
Its base stat total of 680 is higher than that of many legendary Pokémon, including Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a character named Sidney owns an Absol that is often depicted as a fierce fighter.
Absol is one of the few Pokémon that has a gender ratio of 1:1, meaning that there is an equal chance of encountering a male or female Absol in the wild.
It has a pre-evolution called “Mega Absol,” which was introduced in Pokémon Sword and Shield.
In the Pokémon anime, an Absol owned by a character named Katie appeared in the episode “Disaster of Disguise,” where it helped the main characters stop Team Rocket.
Absol has been featured in multiple spin-off games, including “Pokémon Battle Revolution,” “Pokémon Conquest,” and “Pokémon Shuffle.”
It is one of the few Pokémon that has a “Shadow” form, which is a corrupted version of the Pokémon that can only be obtained in certain games.
Absol has appeared in various crossover events with other franchises, including the “Pokémon x Super Mario Bros.” event in Pokémon GO.
It is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Swords Dance,” which sharply raises its Attack stat.
Absol is often featured in merchandise aimed at older fans of the Pokémon franchise, such as T-shirts and hoodies.
In the Pokémon anime, an Absol owned by a character named Allegra appeared in the episode “All That Glitters Is Not Golden!,” where it competed in a Pokémon contest.
It is one of the few Pokémon that has a regional variant, called “Galarian Absol,” which has a different appearance and typing.
Absol is often used in competitive battles due to its high Attack and Speed stats and ability to use moves such as “Sucker Punch” and “Knock Off.”