Moves that hit this Pokemon have a 30% chance of being Disabled afterward.
It can pass through other dimensions and appear anywhere. It caused a stir once when it stuck just one leg out of a wall.
Gengar are dual-type Pokémon. They were first introduced in Generation I. They are both Ghost-type and Poison-type Pokémon. They evolve from Haunter when they are traded. They are the final forms of Gastlys.
They have two other forms. They can either evolve into Gigantamax or mega evolve into Mega Gengar using the Gengarite. They are found in dark places like caves.
Gengar is dark-purple-colored Pokémon. They have two legs, two arms, and a round body. They have red eyes and a very wide mouth that grins sinisterly. In addition, they have pointed ears and small spikes on their heads.
Their arms and legs are rather short, with only three digits. They weigh 40.5 kilograms or 89.3 pounds. They also have a very stubby tail. As a result, Gengar can hide in the shadows of any object, granting its exceptional body stealth.
The body is a heat sink and continuously absorbs heat. Their presence can cool the temperature by 5 degrees Celsius or 10 degrees Fahrenheit by simply absorbing all the heat in the surroundings. Gengar can fly, extend their tongue up to several meters, and possess other Pokémon and people.
They are very mischievous Pokémon and have been malicious at times. They enjoy playing practical jokes on others. These may include casting curses, pretending to be a shadow, or behaving erratically. However, they are loyal to trainers who treat them well.
Mega Gengar has a portion of its body sinking into the ground. In addition, their arms and tails have lengthened. They also have a third eye on their forehead. Gigantamaxes have larger bodies than other forms, and clouds appear on their heads.