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#743 Ribombee

official Ribombee artwork by Ken Sugimori

Quick facts

Name Ribombee
Type BugFairy
Species Bee Fly Pokémon
Height 0.2 m (0' 8")
Weight 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs)
Catch rate 75

Ribombee's description

Ribombee is a Bug- / Fairy-type Pokémon introduced in Gen 7 and has the National Dex number #743. The Pokédex classifies it as the Bee Fly Pokémon.

Ribombee's name in

Chinese (T / S) French German Japanese Korean
蝶結萌虻 / 蝶结萌虻(Diéjiéméngméng) Rubombelle Bandelby アブリボン (Aburibbon) 蝶結萌虻 / 蝶结萌虻 (Diéjiéméngméng)

Ribombee's resistances & weaknesses

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Ribombee's rearing


Experience Growth Medium Fast
Base Happiness 50
EV yield 2 Speed


Gender ratio 50%50%
Egg Group(s) Bug, Fairy
Egg Cycles 20 (approx. 5120 steps)

Ribombee's abilities

1st Ability 2nd Ability Hidden Ability
Shield Dust Honey Gather Sweet Veil

Ribombee's base stats

Stats Lv. 50 Lv. 100
Min Max Min Max
HP 60
120 230 167 324
Attack 55
54 103 117 229
Defense 60
58 112 123 240
Sp. Atk 95
90 175 161 317
Sp. Def 70
67 130 134 262
Speed 124
116 227 193 381
Total 464

Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, 0 IVs, and (if applicable) a hindering nature. Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, 31 IVs, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.

Ribombee's evolutions

Level 25

Ribombee's Pokédex entries

Gen Game Description
7SunIt rolls up pollen into puffs. It makes many different varieties, some used as food and others used in battle.
7MoonSome of Ribombee's pollen puffs are highly nutritious. They are sometimes sold as supplements.
7Ultra SunRain makes pollen damp, so Ribombee hates rain. When it sees ominous clouds, it finds a hollow in a tree, where it waits stock-still.
7Ultra MoonIt can predict the weather from moisture levels and wind direction. Ribombee only reveals itself when there are a few clear days in a row.
8SwordIt makes pollen puffs from pollen and nectar. The puffs' effects depend on the type of ingredients and how much of each one is used.
8ShieldRibombee absolutely hate getting wet or rained on. In the cloudy Galar region, they are very seldom seen.