Numel (Japanese: ドンメル Donmel) is a dual-type Fire/Ground Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Camerupt starting at level 33.
Camerupt is, as expected, mid tier Pokemon. Considering it’s stats alone, it is not very good but it moveset kinda makes it up for that. Camerupt’s redeeming quality is rather good type coverage, so at the end it can prove useful as second tier Grass/Steel/Bug or Ice raid boss type attacker.
Evolution. Camerupt evolves from Numel as of level 33. It can further evolve into Mega Camerupt using its Mega Stone.
#2 – Numel
Numel has a similar stat distribution, but of course, those stats are way lower. The wicked weakness to Water-types is still there as a Fire/Ground-type Pokemon. Again, Torkoal is a much better option. There is no need for an evolution there and it has much better defensive stats.
Numel ends up being a Pokemon that excels against route trainers and lesser challenges but falls short against the majority of major enemies. This level of performance is one that is seen time and again across the middle tiers, something we’ve been extremely consistent about ranking.
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Which are Numel’s strengths and weaknesses? Numel is a fire and ground type Pokémon. fire type pokémons are strong against grass, ice, bug, steel, fairy pokémons but weak against fire, water, rock, dragon pokémons.
Trapinch (Japanese: ナックラー Nuckrar) is a Ground-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Vibrava starting at level 35, which evolves into Flygon starting at level 45.
Cubone is a Ground-type Pokémon from the Kanto region. It evolves into Marowak when fed 50 candies.
Pupitar (Japanese: サナギラス Sanagiras) is a dual-type Rock/Ground Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It evolves from Larvitar starting at level 30 and evolves into Tyranitar starting at level 55.
As a Water-type Pokémon, Kyogre is weak only against Electric- and Grass-type attacks. Its sole Fast Attack—Waterfall—is a Water-type attack, while its Charged Attack may be an Electric-type Thunder, Ice-type Blizzard, or Water-type Hydro Pump. Electric-type Pokémon are reliable choices regardless of Kyogre’s moves.
Both are decent, but I’d use Numel rather than Slugma, if only for having both Fire and Ground STAB moves. Watching out for attacks that are the weakness of Numel is part of a trainer’s job, so switching it out isn’t much of a problem.
Generation Three: Pokémon Emerald
Mudkip’s fantastic offensive typing, mixed offensive and defensive stats, and powerful movepool make it a clear choice for our top ranking. Early game usefulness is key for a starter, and Mudkip enjoys overwhelming type advantages against the first, third, and fourth Gyms.
Taillow evolves into Swellow once it reaches level 22.
Koffing remains in its Kantonian form in the Galar region, but evolves into the first Fairy and Poison-type Pokémon, Galarian Weezing.Nov 15, 2019
Maractus is a Grass/Sound dual type Pokemon. It evolves from Cacnea if female, starting at level 32. It evolves into Kaiju Maractus while exposed to a(n) Kaiju Stone. It evolves into Waifuractus while exposed to a(n) Coom Stone.
|Height||0.7 m (2′04″)|
|Weight||24.0 kg (52.9 lbs)|
|Abilities||1. Oblivious 2. Simple Own Tempo (hidden ability)|
Height 23′ 00″ Weight 455.3 lbs.
One of the common ways to deal with Kyogre is to use Water-type Pokemon that will resist Water Spout or Hydro Pump. If Kyogre can use Thunder, though, it can simply KO these Water Pokemon before they get to do anything.
Evolution. Wartortle evolves from Squirtle at level 16 (and into Blastoise at level 36).
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