Jumpluff is a Grass and Flying-type Pokémon, which is easily found in the wild!
Jumpluff seems to be modeled on the final phase of a dandelion’s lifespan. Its 2 hands imitate pom-poms, and its motions mimic cheerleading.
How to get Jumpluff?
- In the wild.
- Hiking Trails
- Grassy Areas
- You have a small chance of catching a Shiny Jumpluff
- Hoppip evolves into Skiploom for 25 Candies.
- Skiploom evolves into Jumpluff for 100 Candies.
When attacking Pokémon in Gyms, Jumpluff’s best moves are Infestation and Solar Beam. This moveset has the highest total DPS and is also the most effective in PVP battles.
- DPS: 9.1
- Solar Beam
- DPS: 44.1
- Bullet Seed
- DPS: 8.7
- Aerial Ace
- DPS: 27.5
- Dazzling Gleam
- DPS: 28.6
- Energy Ball
- DPS: 27.7
Counters and Strategy
- Type: Grass and Flying-type Pokémon
- Vulnerable to: Ice, Fire, Flying, Poison, and Rock-type moves
- Resistant to: Water, Fighting, Grass, and Ground-type moves
- Top 5 Pokemon Counters:
- Powder Snow / Avalanche
- Ice Fang / Avalanche
- Frost Breath / Weather Ball
- Mr. Rime
- Ice Shard / Ice Punch
- Ice Shard / Avalanche
Pokemon Jumpluff Trivia
- Jumpluff flies to foreign territories by riding the warm southern breezes across the sea. When the Pokémon comes into contact with cold air while hovering, it falls to the floor.
- Its puffs generate cotton spores, which it can use to glide in the atmosphere and command even during a tornado.
- Jumpluff is the lightest among all Pokémon with two evolutions, weighing only 6.6 pounds (3 kilograms).
- Jumpluff’s spores have square shading in Pokémon Colosseum. Furthermore, the spores always face the same direction in relation to the screen, so the gamer can only see one aspect of them.
- Jumpluff is a mash-up of the words “jump” and “fluff.” It’s also possible that it’s a misspelling of plush, which refers to a delicate or felt item. The quote “just a hop, skip, and a jump away” is used to name all phases of its evolutionary chain.