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Should you feel yourself attacked by a sudden chill, it is evidence of an approaching Gengar. There is no escaping it. Give up.
~ Pokémon Sun Pokédex

Gengar is a Ghost-Type Pokémon from the Kanto Region. It is number 094 in the national Pokédex, and is the final evolved form of Gastly, evolving from Haunter when traded.

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  • Wins: 5
  • Losses: 1
  • Draws: 1

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Categorized in the Kanto Region Pokédex as 094, Gengar are Pokémon that evolve from Gastly that evolved inter Haunter and are them traded to another trainer. Making their homes in haunted houses and mountains, wild Gengar tend to mess with people who get themselves lost on full moon nights. Such Gengar give these people the literal chills by draining away body heat while hiding themselves in the traveler's shadow. It has proven to be a favorite among several noteworthy trainers like Gym Leaders like Morty, Fantina and Allister, Elite Four member Agatha and even the rookie trainer Ash Ketchum.

Death Battle Info[]

  • Height: 4'11" (normal), 4'07" (Mega Gengar)
  • Weight: 89.3 lbs.
  • Ability: Cursed Body, Shadow Tag (Mega Gengar)
  • Pokédex Number: 94
  • Type: Ghost/Poison
  • Special: Mega Evolution, Gigantamax
  • Well-known Trainers: Agatha, Morty, Fantina, Allister, Ash Ketchum

A technical fighter, Gengar levitates to avoid low attacks and can sinks into the ground via shadow stealth to duck under some attacks or attack a dazed opponent from behind. Mega Gengar can fire devastating energy attacks from its otherworldly eye and can deal a lot of damage.


  • Shadow Ball: Gengar's places its hands together while they are sparking with blue electricity, forming a black ball that it shoots at the opponent with a 20% chance that the attack would the opponent's lower special defense.
  • Sludge Bomb: Gengar releases multiple greenish-brown globs of sludge from its mouth at the opponent with a 30% chance of poisoning its opponent.
  • Hypnosis: By using raise its hands while its eyes glow red, Gengar can put an opponent to sleep to land a surprise attack.
  • Shadow Punch: Gengar raises one of its arms and purple sparks travel up its arm and appear around its fist for a electrified punch attack, creating an giant energy fist construct or two in some variations. As Mega Gengar, it can punches the opponent multiples times with its electricfied fists.
  • Astonish: An intimidation attack where Gengar appears out of nowhere, raises its arms and making a scary face while shadows appear on its body and around its face. It has a 30% chance of causing the target to flinch if Gengar makes the first move.
  • Curse: By sacrificing half of its HP, a Gengar can cause its opponent to lose a fourth of their max HP once a turn.
  • Shadow Drop: Mega Gengar's Burst attack, smashing a orb of energy on the opponent before encasing them in a shadowy sphere where they are subjected to nightmares.
  • Max Phantasm: When dynamaxed, ghost-type pokemon can use this move. They hurl levitating furniture at their opponent and cause a large explosion upon impact. This lowers the opponent's defense.
  • G-Max Terror: Gigantamax Gengar steps on his opponent's shadow to prevent them from moving.


Some Pokémon such as Gengar are capable of Gigantamaxing, which increases their size, HP stats and appearance drastically.


  • Has the ability to hide perfectly in the shadow of any object
  • Can absorb any attack in it's Gigantmax form
  • Ash's Gengar was capable of throwing an Electrode into a metal wall hard enough to dent it
  • Deflected several Pokeballs thrown at it
  • One of the few Pokémon capable of achieving Mega Evolution
  • Comparable to other fully evolved Pokémon from Gen 1, like Alakazam and Machamp
  • Defeated Pikachu, Metagross, Grimmsnarl, Aggron, Inteleon


  • A Gengar could give itself away as it cools its surroundings by 10 degrees F.
  • Weak against Ghost-type, Dark-Type, and Psychic-Type Pokémon.
  • Bulletproof Pokémon are immune to the Shadow Ball.