Ferroseed (Japanese: テッシード Tesseed) is a dual-type Grass/Steel Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves into Ferrothorn starting at level 40. Read more
You can find and catch Ferrothorn in Stony Wilderness - Area 2 with a 5% chance to appear during Snowstorm weather. The Max IV Stats of Ferrothorn are 74 HP, 94 Attack, 54 SP Attack, 131 Defense, 116 SP Defense, and 20 Speed.
In fact, Ferroseed is one of the best pure support Pokemon in the tier. Sporting solid defenses thanks to Eviolite, a great defensive typing, and a wide support movepool, Ferroseed can be quite the pain to take down. Even its abysmal Speed can be turned into an advantage thanks to Ferroseed's access to Gyro Ball.
Pineco learns Spikes at Level 28. After getting a Male Dwebble with Spikes, Level it up to 24. It will learn Stealth Rock. Breed that Dwebble with a Ferrothorn or and Ferroseed (Female).
You can find and catch Ferroseed in Stony Wilderness - Area 2 with a 5% chance to appear during Snowstorm weather. The Max IV Stats of Ferroseed are 44 HP, 50 Attack, 24 SP Attack, 91 Defense, 86 SP Defense, and 10 Speed. Click/Tap the buttons to navigate the Ferroseed Guide.
Now that these events are over, it's just a matter of finding Ferroseed, which isn't that easy. It is an incredibly rare wild spawn. ... Other than in the wild, Ferroseed can be found in 10KM Eggs.
Ferroseed (Japanese: テッシード Tesseed) is a dual-type Grass/Steel Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves into Ferrothorn starting at level 40.
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Shiny Pokemon are incredibly rare so finding one naturally in the wild outside of a Community Day or other special event is a big deal. Ferroseed is one of the Pokemon that has their Shiny Form showing up a bit more commonly during this event.
You will need to breed a female Ferroseed with a compatible male Pokémon, with either parent knowing the egg move in question. Alternatively, if you already have a Ferroseed with the egg move it can breed with Ditto.
Best moveset for Ferroseed
The best moves for Ferroseed are Metal Claw and Iron Head when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.
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Ferrothorn (Japanese: ナットレイ Nutrey) is a dual-type Grass/Steel Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Ferroseed starting at level 40.
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