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Weepinbell is a Grass & Poison Pokémon which evolves from Bellsprout. It is vulnerable to Flying, Fire, Psychic and Ice moves. Weepinbell's strongest moveset is Acid & Power Whip and it has a Max CP of 1,611. Weepinbell evolves into Victreebel.
"Weepinbell has a large hook on its rear end. At night, the Pokémon hooks on to a tree branch and goes to sleep. If it moves around in its sleep, it may wake up to find itself on the ground."
The legacy Razor Leaf is recommended for its very high STAB damage output, which is the primary reason for considering Weepingbell.
Sludge Bomb is recommended for its coverage, though its energy cost might be difficult with the poor energy generation in this moveset. Seed Bomb acts as a low energy cost charge move, which is alright for applying extra shield pressure, though also somewhat redundant with Razor Leaf's coverage.
This is a moveset if the legacy option is not available, though it is not recommended to choose Weepingbell in that scenario due to superior Grass picks. Bullet Seed offers superior energy generation which is recommended to access Weepingbell's strong charge moves.
Power Whip is a strong STAB charge move, though it requires a modest amount of energy. Seed Bomb can be elected for a more accessible alternative, though it doesn't hit as hard. Sludge Bomb is the only option available for additional typing coverage, and benefits from STAB to deal decent damage.
Access to the hardest hitting fast move in the game (not to mention STAB) is a valuable asset, and is the main reason to consider Weepingbell. Without the legacy Razor Leaf, Weepingbell falls behind numerous other Grass-types in performance and is not recommended otherwise.
Weepingbell has a max CP of 1611, which is inadequate outside of Great League.
Grass-type Pokemon have a hard time in Master League, and Weepingbell isn't gonna do any better with its low CP.
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