List of Gengar facts:-
Gengar is a dual-type Ghost/Poison Pokémon.
It is a third-stage evolution of Gastly and Haunter.
Gengar was introduced in the first generation of Pokémon games.
Gengar’s Pokédex number is #094.
Gengar has a height of 4’11” (1.5 m) and weighs 89.3 lbs (40.5 kg).
Its name is derived from the word “doppelganger.”
Gengar’s Japanese name is “Gangar.”
It is known as the “Shadow Pokémon.”
Gengar’s ability, “Levitate,” allows it to be immune to Ground-type moves.
Gengar’s signature move is “Shadow Ball.”
Gengar’s Pokédex entry states that it “will lurk in the darkness and has the ability to see the future.”
Gengar can Mega Evolve into Mega Gengar using a Gengarite.
In the anime, Ash’s rival Gary Oak has a Gengar.
Gengar is a popular Pokémon for competitive battling.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is one of the main Pokémon of the character Agatha, a member of the Elite Four.
Gengar appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a Poké Ball summon.
Gengar’s Shiny form is blue.
Gengar is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Psychic-type moves.
It can learn a variety of moves, including Sludge Bomb, Thunderbolt, and Shadow Claw.
Gengar’s pre-evolved forms, Gastly and Haunter, are also Ghost/Poison types.
Gengar’s design is based on a shadow or specter.
Gengar’s cry in the games is a high-pitched, sinister laugh.
Gengar is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Destiny Bond.”
In the Pokémon Trading Card Game, Gengar has been featured in numerous sets and is often a popular card for competitive play.
Gengar is often depicted as a mischievous and playful Pokémon.
Gengar’s Hidden Ability is “Cursed Body,” which has a chance to disable an opponent’s move when hit by one of Gengar’s attacks.
Gengar is the final form of the only evolutionary line that can Mega Evolve without a middle stage (i.e., Gastly can’t Mega Evolve, but Haunter can Mega Evolve into Mega Gengar).
Gengar has been featured in numerous spin-off Pokémon games, including Pokémon Mystery Dungeon and Pokémon Conquest.
In the Pokémon anime, Gengar has been shown to be able to create illusions and manipulate shadows.
Gengar is a popular choice for cosplay due to its distinctive appearance and mischievous personality.
Gengar is the only fully evolved dual-type Ghost/Poison Pokémon in the first generation.
Its Pokédex entry in Pokémon Red and Blue states that it “emits a sinister aura” and “may be licking its tongue constantly.”
Gengar’s evolutionary line is based on the concept of gas, starting with Gastly as a gaseous form, Haunter as a more solidified form, and Gengar as a fully solid form.
Gengar is one of the few Pokémon with a pre-evolutionary form that has a higher base stat total than its evolution (Haunter has a base stat total of 405, while Gengar has a base stat total of 500).
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is shown to be able to manipulate its size and shape at will, making it appear as if it has no physical form.
Gengar’s ability, “Cursed Body,” has a chance to disable an opponent’s move when Gengar is hit by an attack.
Gengar is the first Pokémon to have a pre-evolved form (Gastly) with a base stat total of 310, which is higher than some fully evolved Pokémon in the first generation.
Gengar’s Pokédex entry in Pokémon X and Y states that it “sneaks up on people from behind, pulling strings to make them dance.”
Gengar 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.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is shown to have the ability to phase through solid objects, such as walls.
Gengar’s Shiny form is blue and its eyes are red instead of blue.
Gengar has been featured on numerous Pokémon merchandise, including plush toys, keychains, and figures.
Gengar is known for being a tricky Pokémon that enjoys playing pranks on people and other Pokémon.
Gengar’s Mega Evolution, Mega Gengar, has the highest Speed stat of all Ghost-type Pokémon.
Gengar is the only fully evolved Pokémon that can learn the move “Lick.”
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is shown to have the ability to create portals through which it can transport itself and others.
Gengar’s Pokédex entry in Pokémon Sword and Shield states that “it’s said that if Gengar is hiding, it cools the area by nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius).”
Gengar’s cry in the games is often considered one of the most memorable and distinctive in the series.
Gengar is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Confuse Ray,” which confuses the target and causes it to sometimes hurt itself in confusion.
Gengar is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Sludge Wave,” a powerful Poison-type move that hits all adjacent Pokémon in battle.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is shown to be able to project its own shadow and control it like a physical object.
Gengar’s design is based on a combination of a goblin and a cat.
Gengar has been featured in numerous episodes of the Pokémon anime, often as a mischievous and playful character.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a Gengar is one of the main Pokémon of the character Sabrina, the Gym Leader of Saffron City.