Shiny Wurmple (partyhat)

Worm Pokémon
Using the spikes on its rear end, Wurmple peels the bark off trees and feeds on the sap that oozes out. This Pokémon's feet are tipped with suction pads that allow it to cling to glass without slipping.

# 265-P-hat

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68 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Tj325ki
    guest27 May 2024

    ITS SO BIG ON HIM!!! >:) SO FLIPP'N CUTE!!!

  • jonathangranger7@gmail.com
    senior20 May 2024

    The purple goes surprisingly well with the hat.

  • W
    guest13 May 2024

    W

  • Anonymous
    guest10 May 2024

    It's the party het that sells it for me

  • sham
    guest8 May 2024

    wurmpele

  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest3 May 2024

    Bigulus, that me hoe. It's just a purple worm with a stupid hat. How is this "peak"?

  • kiwi
    guest30 April 2024

    perfect

  • kasaroni
    guest30 April 2024

    he's so perfect

  • epyongunpla
    expert29 April 2024

    hat's too big on him BUT it weirdly works with his new colors

  • Anonymous
    guest28 April 2024

    PARTY SHINY WORM!

  • Anonymous
    guest23 April 2024

    he is so me frfr 😭

  • komoto
    guest20 April 2024

    why is he so cute 😭😭

  • Anonymous
    guest15 April 2024

    It’s a shiny purple wurmple!!! Purmple smurmple! HOLD THE PHONE, NOW IT HAS A HAT!!!!! 10/10

  • E
    guest14 April 2024

    E

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More information

Shiny Wurmple (partyhat)

The shiny version of Wurmple (partyhat) in Pokémon GO was released on 02-01-2020.
Wurmple (partyhat) was originally discovered in the Hoenn region. The main color of shiny Wurmple (partyhat) is purple. The typing of this Pokémon is bug. The Pokédex number of Wurmple (partyhat) is #265-P-hat. In the dex they call Wurmple (partyhat) the Worm Pokémon

Using the spikes on its rear end, Wurmple peels the bark off trees and feeds on the sap that oozes out. This Pokémon's feet are tipped with suction pads that allow it to cling to glass without slipping. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, farms, forests, parks, play fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports and the countryside in general.

Wurmple (partyhat) belongs to the Wurmple family.

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