Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Player Has a Blissey With HP

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Player Has a Blissey With HP
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Player Has a Blissey With HP
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A Pokemon Scarlet and Violet player shows how powerful a Blissey can be and provides proof with a graph of the Pokemon’s ridiculous HP statistic.

A Pokemon Scarlet and Violet player noticed that one of their team members, a Blissey, had a ridiculously high HP statistic after some training. Noting it as an anomaly, the player then posted a chart of Blissey’s stat distribution on social media, where other Pokemon Scarlet and Violet players offered commentary about Blissey and the ridiculous HP pool it has.

Known as the Happiness Pokemon, Blissey is a Normal-type Pokemon that made its debut in Pokemon Gold and Silver. Blissey is the final form of the Chansey evolution line and evolves from Chansey upon reaching a certain threshold of the happiness stat. While the stat can be difficult to track, happiness can be bolstered by giving Chansey a Soothe Bell to hold, offering Berries such as Pomeg or Grepa Berries, and leveling up for a bit. With enough patience, Chansey will evolve into Blissey. Alternatively, Blissey can be found in the wild in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, particularly in the fields of the North Province, and in five-star and six-star Tera Raid battles.


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A Reddit user by the name of MrSnuffle_ posted a screenshot from Pokemon Violet of their Blissey, which boasted a ridiculous 714 HP, and 336 Special Defense. The HP total was outstanding enough to pierce through the hexagon chart shown on-screen and showed how crazy and questionable the logic of Pokemon stat distributions can be in the ninth generation. According to the comments section on the r/PokemonScarletViolet subreddit, MrSnuffle_ used Hyper Training and different means to boost the individual values (IV) and effort values (EV) of Blissey’s HP stat, with its nature giving it additional special defense as a bonus.

The post received over 300 upvotes within the first day, and the comments provided feedback on how MrSnuffle_ could further improve their Blissey. While Blissey’s abysmal defense stat makes it untenable in the Cinderace Tera Raid battles once they return to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet next weekend, its special defense and special attack stats can be bolstered further with additional EV and IV training. Coupled with a Mint such as the Modest Mint to boost Blissey’s special attacks at the cost of its already-low physical attacks, this would make Blissey into an excellent support Pokemon in Tera Raid battles against special attackers such as Charizard.

With abilities such as Natural Cure and Healer, along with moves such as Soft-Boiled, Blissey is one of the top Pokemon capable of self-healing in the entire Pokemon series. With the defenses and HP to back it up, it is easy to see why players such as MrSnuffle_ chose Blissey as a key part of their team.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are available now for Nintendo Switch.

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