Stakataka Pokémon|Advancement, Weak Point, Moveset, Statistics, And More!

Stakataka

Wondering how strong the Moveset, Stats, Abilities and how bad weakness of  Stakataka, the heaviest Rock-type Pokemon evolution maybe? Well, then you are at the right place, have a look at the details:

About Stakataka

  • Japanese Name: ツンデツンデ (Tundetunde)
  • National №:805
  • Type: ROCK/ STEEL
  • Height: 5.5 m (18′01″)
  • Weight: 820.0 kg (1807.8 lbs)
  • Abilities: Beast Boost
  • Local №:391 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
  • Catch rate:30 (3.9% with PokéBall, full HP)
  • Base Friendship:0 (lower than normal)
  • Base Exp.:257
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Egg Groups: Undiscovered
  • Gender: Genderless
  • Egg cycles:120 (30,584–30,840 steps)

Stakataka Pokedex Stats

  • HP – 61
  • Speed – 131
  • Attack – 211
  • Speed Attack – 53
  • Defense – 101
  • Speed Defense – 13
  • Total – 570

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Moves Learned By Levelling Up

Level Move Type Category Power Accuracy
1 Harden NORMAL Status
1 Tackle NORMAL Physical 40 100
5 Rock Throw ROCK Physical 50 90
10 Protect NORMAL Status
15 Stomp NORMAL Physical 65 100
20 Block NORMAL Status
25 Rock Slide ROCK Physical 75 90
30 Wide Guard ROCK Status
35 Autotomize STEEL Status
40 Rock Blast ROCK Physical 25 90
45 Magnet Rise ELECTRIC Status
50 Iron Defense STEEL Status
55 Iron Head STEEL Physical 80 100
60 Take Down NORMAL Physical 90 85
65 Stealth Rock ROCK Status
70 Double-Edge NORMAL Physical 120 100

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TM Move Type Category Power Accuracy
01 Mega Kick NORMAL Physical 120 75
09 Giga Impact NORMAL Physical 150 90
17 Light Screen PSYCHIC Status
18 Reflect PSYCHIC Status
19 Safeguard NORMAL Status
21 Rest PSYCHIC Status
22 Rock Slide ROCK Physical 75 90
24 Snore NORMAL Special 50 100
25 Protect NORMAL Status
32 Sandstorm ROCK Status
39 Facade NORMAL Physical 70 100
48 Rock Tomb ROCK Physical 60 95
54 Rock Blast ROCK Physical 25 90
70 Trick Room PSYCHIC Status
71 Wonder Room PSYCHIC Status
72 Magic Room PSYCHIC Status
76 Round NORMAL Special 60 100
81 Bulldoze GROUND Physical 60 100
97 Brutal Swing DARK Physical 60 100
98 Stomping Tantrum GROUND Physical 75 100

How To Find Stakataka?-  - Stakataka Pokémon|Advancement, Weak Point, Moveset, Statistics, And More!

Ultra Sun Trade/migrate from another game
Ultra Moon Poni Grove
Let’s Go Pikachu
Let’s Go Eevee
Not available in this game
Sword
Shield
Location data not yet available

How To Evolve?

It is not known that from where it is evolved or into which it evolves, or we can say that it doesn’t evolve.
It comes in one from Ultra Beasts and is called by the code name UB Assembly.

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Stakataka is an Ultra Beast composed of many dark gray, stone lifeforms stacked collectively to form a four-sided tower with a spindly leg on every corner. The stones that form the legs and the pinnacle corners are slightly darker. When at rest, its legs healthy into the corners of the structure. The lighter grey stones have glowing blue strains on their sides, which are seen alongside the edges and underside of Stakataka. Each stone rectangular has a black underside with a circular, glowing blue eye in the center. These eyes will turn crimson every time angered or fight.

According to Phyco, a single Stakataka consists of 150 person lifeforms. As considered in the anime, Stakataka hates having whatever on the pinnacle of itself and will violently strive to shake the object off. However, if any individual can face up to the shaking and correctly trip it, then it will calm down and they will achieve Stakataka’s respect. Stakataka is the heaviest Rock-type Pokémon.

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