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Gengar, a Pokémon that lurks in the shadows, is a master of surprise attacks.

Gengar was first introduced in Generation 1.

Gengar is a Melee Speedster that deals Special Attack damage.

Gengar's passive ability is Levitate, which increases movement speed when not in combat.

Gengar's Viability Stats:

Offense Endurance Mobility Scoring Support
7 4 8 3 1

Gengar's Stats at Level 15:

HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed
7200 364 260 669 189 3700

Gengar's Abilities:

Level Unlocked Ability Name Ability Description Cooldown Damage at Level 15
1 Will-o-Wisp Shoot multiple sinister flames, dealing damage to enemies and leaving them burned when it hits. 5s 1461
1 Lick Attacks with the user's tongue and pulls enemies toward the user. 7s 993
5 Shadow Ball Hurl a shadowy blob at the target, decreasing the movement speed and Sp. Defense of enemies for a short time when it hits. 4.5s 2200
5 Sludge Bomb Hurl unsanitary sludge to the designated area, leaving enemies poisoned when it hits. 8s 2011
7 Dream Eater Puts enemies to sleep when it hits. If used again while a nearby enemy is asleep, the user appears behind the target and attacks, restoring HP and reducing the cooldown of Shadow Ball or Sludge Bomb. 8s 2776
7 Hex Disappear and move to the designated location, dealing damage to enemies in the area of effect when the user reappears. If this hits an enemy that is afflicted by a status condition, it deals increased damage and its cooldown is reduced. 7.5s 1173
9 Barrage Blow Increases the user's movement speed, Attack, Defense, and Sp. Defense for a short time. If used again, unleash a combo attack, dealing damage to enemies in the area of effect and shoving them. The final blow deals an especially large amount of damage. Variable 2487