It depends on individual preferences! The Jigglypuff line could use an extra boost in that regard. Clefairy puts it to shame. Especially if you were trying to use Jigglypuff in the same way as Clefairy (a mid-evolution support Pokemon that has Eeveelite diverting attention to doubles).
Clefable is also slightly faster than Blissey, so that’s a good thing too. And because Blissey can’t stop Clefable with status or heavily damage with attacks, Clefable bricks Blissey (assuming Blissey doesn’t do an ability swap first!). If only Clefable has 100 base HP, then Clefable is the clear winner!
Dumpling is bad now. Its offense is decidedly junk, and while players still hype its massive HP, Wigglytuff’s double-digit Def makes it about as vulnerable as anything else. Its only positive attribute is a low max CP, which makes it slower to demotivate in gyms.
Tips: Like Jigglypuff, Wigglepuff Sing can be used to put his opponents to sleep. But the best thing about Wigglytuff is the amount of HP a high-level specimen can have. Along with its above-average attack stats, Wigglytuff can be a tough opponent against many powerful Pokémon that lack defensive abilities.
The positive side of Jigglypuff? They have great HP and can learn almost every TM. Anything beyond that is below average and unappealing. Attack, defense, special ability, and speed are below average for Jigglypuff, and the moves they learn aren’t much better.
If your team is fast, Chansey is a better choice because it’s better at taking hits in the short term, while Blissey is better if your team is slower and more steadfast, which she’ll stay a lot in it and gets a lot of Lefties healing from it, meaning she’ll take a beating longer term.
The egg that Chansey is carrying is not only delicious, but also packed with nutrients. It is used as a premium cooking ingredient. This species was once very slow. To protect their eggs from other creatures, these Pokémon were able to flee quickly.
Since Jigglypuff is a normal/fairy-type Pokémon, it can spawn almost anywhere; therefore it is not a rare Pokemon.
Fairy-type Pokémon originally from the Kanto region (Generation I). Wigglytuff is a Pokemon that doesn’t evolve, which means that any candy obtained can only be used to activate the Pokemon or unlock a second charged turn.
The best Pokemon Go Wigglytuff counters are Shadow Metagross, Mega Beedrill, Metagross, Mega Gengar, Nihilego & Shadowscissors.
#1 – Gardevoir
Gardevoir is the most popular Fairy-type Pokémon. It’s also a strong character. Gardevoir is highly coveted in every franchise, has a strong deck in TCG, and has been to the finals of the VGC World Championship more than once.