Gastrodon Pokémon|Development, Weak Point, Moveset, Statistics, And More!

Gastrodon

Gastrodon (Japanese: トリトドン Tritodon) is a giant sea slug-like Pokemon and appears much the same as its pre-evolution, but it gains four more stubby legs and is noticeably larger. Gastrodon really seems interesting, no not as of its appearance but as of its Moveset, Stats, Abilities, too. Also, the weakness of Gastrodon doesn’t seem that much effective in comparison to its strength.

The west Sea form is brown and pinkish with bumps and pink spots at the back. The four tentacles on its head resemble Rhinophores and oral tentacles. It also has two prostrutions on its neck underneath the horns. In addition to it, it has a yellow border running down its body from its head, separating the brown and the pink coloration.

The East Sea’s body is green and turquoise-colored. The rhinophores are wavy and pointed back, and lacks oral tentacles. The underside up to the bottom is its mouth is blue, its back and the top of its head is completely green. There are turquoise spots at the back including a yellow ridge that forms a fin. In addition to it, it has a yellow border running down its body from its head, separating the blue and green collaboration.

Both the forms have plain black eyes with white irises, with a third eye in the center of their foreheads. When the Pokemon has threatened it oozes purple fluid and flees. It also has strong regenerative capabilities and can recover from injuries within a few hours.  It lives in shallow tidal pools and generally eats Plankton. However, occasionally it looks for food on land leaving a sticky trail of slime in the process. Gastrodon cannot live in the land for long because their body is highly vulnerable to dehydration.

It was revealed in the Last Call- First Round!, Zoeys West Sea Shellos that it evolved into a Gastrodon. It was used along with Lumineon in the Performance Stage of the Sinnoh Grand Festival. It was later used in the Contest Battles as well, winning them and assuring Zoey would make her way to the finals.

About Gastrodon

  • National Pokedex no: 423
  • Type: Water, Ground
  • Japanese Name: ガオガエン (Gaogaen)
  • Height: 0.9 m (2′11″)
  • Weight: 29.9 kg (65.9 lbs)
  • Abilities :
    • Blaze
    • Intimidate (hidden ability)
  • Local No.:
    • 006 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
    • 006 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
  • Base friendship: 70 (Normal)
  • Base experience: 166
  • Growth rate: Medium Fast
  • Egg group: Amorphous, Water 1
  • Gender: 50 % Male, 50% Female
  • Egg cycles: 20 (4,884–5,140 steps)
  • Catch rate: 75 (9.8% with PokeBall, full HP)

Gastrodon Pokedex Stats

  • HP:111
  • Attack:83
  • Defense:68
  • Sp. Atk:92
  • Sp. Def:82
  • Speed:39
  • Total:475

Moves Learned By Gastrodon

Moves Learned By Levelling Up

LEVELMOVETYPECATEGORYPOWERACCURACY
1HardenNormalStatus
1Mud slapGroundSpecial20100
1RecoverNormalStatus
1Water gunWaterSpecial40100
15Water pulseWaterSpecial60100
20Ancient powerRockSpecial60100
25Body slamNormalPhysical85100
33Muddy waterWaterSpecial9085
39Earth powerGroundSpecial90100
46Rain danceWaterStatus
53MementoDarkStatus100

Moves Learned By TM

TMMOVETYPECATEGORYPOWERACCURACY
08Hyper beamNormalSpecial15090
09Giga impactNormalPhysical15090
15DigGroundPhysical80100
21RestPsychicStatus
22Rock slideRockPhysical7590
24SnareNormalSpecial50100
25ProtestNormalStatus
27Icy windIceSpecial5595
31AttractNormalStatus100
32SandstormRockStatus
33Rain danceWaterStatus
35HailIcestatus
36WhirpoolWaterSpecial3585
39FaçadeNormalPhysical70100
45DiveWaterPhysical80100
46Weather ballNormalSpecial50100
48Rock tombRockPhysical6095
49Sand tombGroundPhysical3585
53Mud shotGroundSpecial5595
55BrineWaterSpecial65100
76RoundNormalSpecial60100
81BulldozeGroundPhysical60100
98Stomping tantrumGroundPhysical75100

How To Find Gastrodon?

GAME NAME     LOCATION
DIAMOND /PEARLRoute 218 and 221, Fuego Ironworks (tall grass; West Sea)

Routes 222, 224 and 230 (tall grass; East sea)

PLATINUMRoute 218, Fuego Ironworks (tall grass; west Sea)

Routes 205 and 218 Canalave City, Valley Windworks, Fuego Ironworks (Surfinf; West Sea)

Routes 212, 213 and 224, Pastorian City (Surfing; East Sea)

HEARTGOLD/SOULSILVEREvolve Pokewalker Shellos (West Sea)

Trade (East Sea)

BLACK/ WHITETrade
BLACK 2/WHITE 2Evolve Shellos
X/YFriend Safari (Ground; West Sea)
OMEGA RUBYEvolve Shellos (West Sea)
ALPHA SAPPHIREEvolve Shellos (East Sea)
SUN AND MOONAncient Poni Path, Exeggutor Island, Poni Wilds (East Sea)

Trade (West Sea)

ULTRA SUN AND ULTRA MOONAncient Poni Path, Exeggutor Island, Poni Wilds (East Sea) Poni Breaker Coast (Surfing; East Sea)

Evolve Shellos (West Sea)

LETS GO PIKACHU AND LETS GO EEVEEUnobtainable
SWORD AND SHIELDEvolve Shellos, Lake of Outrage (East Sea)

Pokemon Home (West Sea)

How To Evolve?

Gastrodon was first introduced in Generation 4. It evolves from Shellos starting at level 30. It belongs to the Sinnoh region. Gastrodon has 2 different appearances i.e. West Sea and East Sea.

How Much Useful Is My Gastrodon?

Gastrodon has pretty impressive Base stats, the highest being that of HP. Gastrodon is also resistant to Electric, Steel, Rock, Poison, Fire moveset and deals 63% of the damage. Hence with great strategy and encountering the opponent’s weakness, Gastrodon Pokemon can come up as a great one on the field.

Weaknesses

Gastrodon (West Sea) is a Water/Ground-type Pokemon, and are weak against Grass moves.

Other strong Pokemon ho can stand a great chance against Gastrodon (West Sea) are Roserade, Sceptile, Breloom, Venusaur, Porygon-Z.

Well, do you think that the Gastrodon Evolution can suffice your needs in the game after going through its weakness, Moveset, stats, and more? If yes then you should run down to the Gastrodon Evolution!

But if still, you think that you may find some better Moveset, stats, and less unhealthy weakness with the help of evolution other than of Gastrodon, then Herald Journalism has information stocked for that purpose.

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