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  1. Gengar Pokémon Pokédex providing all details on moves, stats, abilities, evolution data and locations for Pokémon Sword & Shield

  2. Gengar (ゲンガー Gengaa) is a Ghost/Poison-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. Gengar is a shadow-like, round-bodied Pokémon with two large, pointed ears and short spikes lining its back. Gengar has two red eyes and a toothy, sinister smile. It has claws on its hands. Gengar stands on its two short legs, but it can Levitate as well. In Mega Gengar, it has a hot pink smoke around it ...

  3. Mega Gengar's unique typing provides it with a number of perks over other offensive threats. A Ghost typing lets Mega Gengar block Rapid Spin and, in tandem with its high Speed tier, check Extreme Killer Arceus. A Poison typing lets Mega Gengar easily switch into passive walls that rely on Toxic and remove Toxic Spikes.

  4. Gengar will lurk in whatever dark corner of a room it can find and wait for its chance to catch its prey. Let's Go, Pikachu! A Gengar is close by if you feel a sudden chill. It may be trying to lay a curse on you. Let's Go, Eevee! Sun: Gengar’s relationships are warped. It has no interest in opponents unless it perceives them as prey.

  5. Gengar is a Ghost & Poison Pokémon. It is vulnerable to Ground, Ghost, Psychic and Dark moves. Gengar's strongest moveset is Lick & Shadow Ball and it has a Max CP of 2,878. About "Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you.

  6. Gengar is a fearsome wallbreaker thanks to its high Special Attack and Speed as well as access to Nasty Plot. Its immunity to Toxic and Seismic Toss also makes it a potent stallbreaker. Nasty Plot allows Gengar to deal massive damage with its attacks and open up holes for the rest of its teammates. When used with the Ghostium Z, Shadow Ball ...

  7. Gengar, and its predecessors, are considered to be rivals of the Abra evolution line. During the early life of generation 1, Gastly, Haunter, and Gengar did not have the Poison type attribute, and was considered overpowered versus most Pokémon. To remedy this, the Poison part of its dual-type was added, thus making it the rival of Abra as ...

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