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Cosmog (Pokémon)

Cosmog (Japanese: コスモッグCosmog) is a Psychic-typeLegendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VII.

It evolves into Cosmoem starting at level 43, which evolves into either Solgaleo or Lunala starting at level 53 depending on the game it evolves in:

Biology

Cosmog is a small Pokémon with a gaseous body similar to a nebula. The gases that make up its body range in color from violet to light blue. The very center of its body is black both in front and back. The black space on the front contains its face, which consists of beady yellow eyes, circular blue cheeks, and a small mouth. The space on the back has only a single blue dot. There is a golden half-circlet on both the top and bottom half of its body, which divides it exactly in half. Two wispy extensions containing starry specks serve as its arms. Cosmog's gaseous body makes it one of the lightest Pokémon in existence.

Cosmog's body is frail and easily blown away. However, it is carefree and doesn't seem to mind. It collects dust from the atmosphere, which allows it to grow slowly. Cosmog has the ability to warp itself and those close to it, as well as open Ultra Wormholes, but only when under stress. This process is very dangerous for Cosmog, and the use of its powers can leave it immobile for extended periods of time. Cosmog is theorized by the Aether Foundation to be a type of Ultra Beast, and its name was coined by one of the professors at the Foundation. In ages past, it was known as the “child of the stars”. In behavior, Cosmog has an overly trusting nature and it immediately takes a liking to whoever shows it kindness, even when that person doesn't have the best intentions for it.[1] Cosmog is known to be very curious but not very cautious, this behavior has often lead to Cosmog being willing to put itself in danger, only to teleport away in case things get dicey. This Pokémon can be created by Solgaleo and Lunala.

In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

Nebby (anime)

A Cosmog nicknamed Nebby debuted in A Dream Encounter!. In Faba's Revenge!, it evolved into Cosmoem, which then evolved into a Solgaleo in Revealing the Stuff of Legend!.

Minor appearances

A Cosmog appeared in a fantasy in Now You See Them, Now You Don't!.

Pokédex entries

EpisodeSubjectSourceEntry
SM044CosmogRotom Pokédex Now, that's unusual! My research doesn't contain any Pokémon data for it at all!

GOTCHA!

Nebby

A Cosmog briefly appeared in GOTCHA! alongside Lillie.

Pokémon Evolutions

Nebby

In The Eclipse, a Cosmog nicknamed Nebby briefly appeared in a flashback.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Light trio (Adventures)

A Cosmog nicknamedNebby first appeared in The Decision and the Tournament of Six, under the care of Lillie. It was first seen escaping from Lillie's bag and running off to Mahalo Trail, where it was attacked by wild Spearow. When Moon stepped in to save it, Nebby broke the bridge they were standing on, causing both to fall towards the water until they were saved by Tapu Koko. It later evolved into a Cosmoem and then into a Lunala.

Another Cosmog first appeared in Confusion and Monsters from Another World, under the control of Guzma. It was used to open multiple Ultra Wormholes around Po Town to summon Ultra Beasts. It later evolved into a Cosmoem and then into a Solgaleo.

A Cosmog appeared in a fantasy in Summon the Emissaries of the Moon and the Sun.

In the TCG

Main article: Cosmog (TCG)

Game data

NPC appearances

Main article: Nebby
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Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation VII.
Generation VIIAlola
SM: #289
Alola
USUM: #387
Kanto
#—
This Pokémon has no Pokédex entries in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!‎.
Sun Its body is gaseous and frail. It slowly grows as it collects dust from the atmosphere.
Moon In ages past, it was called the child of the stars. It's said to be a Pokémon from another world, but no specific details are known.
Ultra Sun Even though its helpless, gaseous body can be blown away by the slightest breeze, it doesn't seem to care.
Ultra Moon Whether or not it's a Pokémon from this world is a mystery. When it's in a jam, it warps away to a safe place to hide.
Generation VIIIGalar
#—
Sword This Pokémon came from another universe. Its gaseous body is so light that even a gentle breeze can blow it away.
Shield Cosmog is very curious but not very cautious, often placing itself in danger. If things start to look dicey, it teleports away.

Game locations

Stats

Base stats

Type effectiveness

Learnset

By leveling up

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmog
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmog

By TM/TR

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
   TM   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by TM.
This Pokémon learns no moves by TR.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmog
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmog

By breeding

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
 Parent   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by breeding.
  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Cosmog in Generation VIII
  • Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be bred from a Pokémon who learned the move in an earlier generation.
  • Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can only be bred onto Cosmog in that game.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmog
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmog

By tutoring

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
 Game   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by tutoring.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmog
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmog
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Move Tutor moves from other generations

Anime-only moves

Evolution

Sprites

Trivia

  • Cosmog has the lowest base stat total of all Legendary Pokémon.
  • Cosmog has the smallest movepool of all Legendary Pokémon, with only two moves that it can learn.
  • Since it cannot learn any attacking moves, Cosmog's attack animation is only seen in battle if a Pokémon with Illusion is disguised as Cosmog and uses an attacking move. However, this animation can be viewed in the Pokédex, the Alola Photo Club, Pokémon Camp, and Pokémon HOME.
  • Cosmog's evolution into Cosmoem has the greatest standard deviation of all Pokémon, with 47.14, meaning that the changes to its base stats on evolving are the most uneven of all Pokémon.
  • Cosmog and Cosmoem are the only Legendary Pokémon that evolve by leveling up without requiring other conditions.

Origin

Cosmog may be based on a molecular cloud, a type of nebula where star formation occurs.

Name origin

Cosmog may be a combination of cosmo and fog. It may also be a truncated form of cosmogony.

In other languages

Related articles

Notes

External links

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Groudon (Pokémon)

Groudon (Japanese: グラードンGroudon) is a Ground-typeLegendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III.

While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Groudon can undergo Primal Reversion and become Primal Groudon if it holds the Red Orb and thus become a dual-type Ground/Fire.

Groudon possesses the ability to expand continents. In ancient times it came in conflict with Kyogre, a Pokémon with the ability to expand the oceans. In Pokémon Ruby, Emerald, and Omega Ruby, Groudon is sought after by Team Magma as a major part of their plot to create more habitats for land Pokémon by lowering the sea level.

Groudon is the game mascot of Pokémon Ruby and its remake Pokémon Omega Ruby, with Groudon appearing on the box art of Ruby and Primal Groudon appearing on the box art of Omega Ruby.

Along with Kyogre and Rayquaza, Groudon is a part of the super-ancient Pokémon.

Biology

Groudon is a massive, bipedal, dinosaur-like Pokémon covered in red, segmented plates of thick skin that act as armor. It has a gray underside and large white spikes that run along the sides of its head, body, and tail. Groudon has four claws on each hand, four dozer-like blades on the end of its large tail, and three claws on each foot with gray markings under its feet. It also has blue stripes inside the seams of its armor plating which can only be seen when Groudon is glowing with power.

As Primal Groudon, its appearance is similar to Groudon, but larger in size. Its skin color changes from dark red to deep crimson with its underside, spikes, and teeth turning black. The blades on its tail are more separated from one another. The Ω symbol is now shown on its arms. Its eyes, the inside of its mouth, and the now-enlarged openings between its armor plating glow bright yellow, and its irises are now red. The energy that fills Primal Groudon pours forth as magma, and it burns with such an extreme temperature that its body is always shimmering with the haze of its heat.[1] In the anime, Primal Groudon is said to create new land with every step it takes.

Groudon is an immensely powerful Pokémon, having the ability to summon intense droughts and cause volcanic eruptions. The droughts it can cause allow it to evaporate water, while the volcanic eruptions it can summon enable it to create land. It sleeps underground in large magma chambers. If it encounters its rival, Kyogre, they will engage in a cataclysmic battle. Groudon is the only known Pokémon capable of learning the move Precipice Blades.

In the anime

Main series

Primal Groudon in the anime

Major appearances

Meta Groudon

In Jirachi: Wish Maker, a former Team Magma scientist named Butler, working as a magician at the Millennium Festival, wished to use Jirachi to bring forth a Groudon. However, what he ended up with was not a Groudon, but a manifestation of pure evil that simply had the appearance of a Groudon. At the end, Jirachi used Doom Desire to destroy Meta Groudon.

Groudon (Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire)

Groudon made its physical main series debut in Gaining Groudon. Team Aqua had captured Groudon but did not have the correct orb to control it, so they planned to make a trade with Team Magma, who had captured Kyogre. The trade was about to be made when Archie decided to use Kyogre to destroy everyone, including his fellow henchmen. The battle between Kyogre and Groudon occurred in The Scuffle of Legends.

Groudon (Pokémon the Series: XY)

In Mega Evolution Special II, a Groudon was awakened by the presence of the Giant Rock. In Mega Evolution Special III, it was shown in its primal state, fighting with Primal Kyogre over the Giant Rock.

Other

In Malice In Wonderland!, a Groudon showed up as an illusion created by a Mismagius.

In the beginning of Hoopa and the Clash of Ages, a Groudon was summoned by Hoopa to defeat it in the past. A Primal Groudon was later one of six Legendary Pokémon summoned and hypnotized by the shadow Hoopa Unbound as its reinforcements. It and its teammates engaged in a battle against the Latios, Latias, and ShinyRayquaza summoned to protect the real Hoopa in Dahara City. Eventually, after the shadow Hoopa was sealed in a Prison Bottle, the hypnosis on Primal Groudon and the other Legendary Pokémon was lifted, and Primal Groudon departed for its home.

Minor appearances

Groudon debuted in the opening sequence of Jirachi: Wish Maker, where it was seen rising out of the lava in a volcanic area while being monitored by Team Magma.

Groudon made its main series debut in a fantasy in The Spheal of Approval.

A Groudon appeared in a fantasy in Unfair Weather Friends.

A Groudon appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.

In the opening sequence of The Rise of Darkrai, a Groudon exploded out of a makeshift, mountain-based battlefield.

A Groudon appeared in the opening sequence of Arceus and the Jewel of Life.

A Groudon appeared in the opening sequence of Zoroark: Master of Illusions.

A silhouetted Groudon appeared in a fantasy in Healing the Healer!.

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer

Primal Groudon in the animated trailer

In the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer, a Primal Groudon rose from the ground and battled a Primal Kyogre with its Precipice Blades.

Pokémon Generations

In The Vision, Courtney had a vision in which a Primal Groudon destroyed a chain of islands before attacking Maxie and Tabitha. While she was puzzled by the vision's meaning, this ultimately did not deter her from carrying on Team Magma's plans.

GOTCHA!

A Groudon briefly appeared as a silhouette in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Movie adaptations

Main article: Meta Groudon

An evil creature resembling a Groudon was the result of Butler's failed experiment in the manga adaptation of Jirachi: Wish Maker by Oouchi Suigun.

Pocket Monsters Platinum: Aim to Be Battle King!!

Groudon appeared in PBK4.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Groudon (Adventures)

Groudon's first appearance was in Assaulted by Pelipper I. Awakening Groudon was the main mission of Team Magma, so they could expand the land. Groudon was finally awakened when Team Magma and Aqua formed a temporary truce to be able to go underwater. Wallace, Brawly, and Roxanne tried to stop the Pokémon's advance but failed due to the interventions of Blaise, Courtney, and Tabitha. Eventually, it reaches its destination: Sootopolis City, to battle Kyogre, which it did for days on end until Ruby, with the aid of a reformed Courtney and his own, Rayquaza-controlling father, managed to quell it. Afterwards, it cut its ties with Kyogre and went to resume its slumber at the bottom of Mt. Chimney. It is shown afterwards that this restored the volcanic activities that Team Aqua had earlier annulled.

A Primal Groudon appeared in a fantasy in Omega Alpha Adventure 5.

Pokémon Battrio: Aim to be Battrio Master!

Ryū Tendō owns a Groudon, which debuted in ABM10.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team

Groudon appeared in Why I Became a Pokémon. The Answer Finally Revealed!! and Tears and Emotions - It's the Final Chapter!.

In the TCG

Main article: Groudon (TCG)

In the TFG

One Groudon figure has been released.

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Groudon is obtainable as a Poké Ball Pokémon. It uses Overheat to immolate itself in a fiery aura, causing anyone (except the summoner) who comes into contact with it to be knocked back and receive damage, similar to the attack of Moltres, though it lasts longer. Due to its tremendous size, it takes up a lot of the stage, making its attack almost inescapable. However, Groudon's attack is significantly weaker than Moltres', as it deals less knockback and damage; making it very hard to directly KO an opponent until they reach a very high damage percentage.

Trophy information

"A Continent Pokémon. In ancient times, it brought down droughts to save people who had suffered from floods. It is normally found in the profound depths of the earth, where it slumbers in magma. With a mighty roar, it uses Earthquake to mow down enemies. In battle, it summons sunlight to bathe the area. It once had an epic battle with Kyogre."

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Groudon appears as a trophy.

Trophy information

NA: Groudon is called the Continent Pokémon, and that's not just because it lives on them. Legend has it that Groudon actually created the continents. It has a rivalry with Kyogre, said to have created the oceans, and they apparently had an epic battle long ago. Perhaps our world was born from this great battle between land and sea.

PAL: Groudon is called the Continent Pokémon, and that's not just because it lives on them. Legend has it that Groudon actually created the continents. It has a rivalry with Kyogre, said to have created the oceans, and they apparently had an epic battle long ago. Perhaps it was this battle of land and sea that created the world as we know it.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Both Groudon and Primal Groudon appear as Spirits.

Game data

NPC appearances

  • Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire: Groudon is the focus of the second Bonus Field on the Ruby Field. Groudon will throw rocks down from the ceiling to add obstacles to the field and create an eruption to surround itself in pillars of fire. The rocks take three hits to break while the fire pillars take four hits to break. During this time, Groudon will also throw fireballs at the Poké Ball to stall it further. The eruption does break any rocks still on the field. Groudon must be hit 15 times in three minutes to win. After beating the round twice, Groudon will be captured.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team: When the player completes the Mt. Freeze dungeon for the first time, after Ninetales is spoken to, an earthquake will happen, then Ninetales says that Groudon has awakened, and will wreak havoc. Team ACT will then go off and try to stop Groudon, only to be defeated, then a new team, made up of Blastoise, Golem, and Octillery. When they get defeated, the player's team have to go to Magma Cavern themselves and defeat Groudon.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness: When the player visits Steam Cave for the first time, Uxie creates a fake Groudon, hoping that it would keep the player's team away from knowing Fogbound Lake's existence in order to protect the Time Gear it has been guarding. After the credits, a real Groudon appears in Shimmer Desert as the guardian of the Terra Cymbal.

Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation III.
Generation IIIHoenn
#199
Kanto
#—
Ruby Groudon has long been described in mythology as the Pokémon that raised lands and expanded continents. This Pokémon took to sleep after a cataclysmic battle with Kyogre.
Sapphire Groudon has the power to scatter rain clouds and make water evaporate with light and heat. It came as a savior to people who had been suffering from terrible floods.
Emerald Groudon has appeared in mythology as the creator of the land. It sleeps in magma underground and is said to make volcanoes erupt on awakening.
FireRedThis legendary Pokémon is said to represent the land. It went to sleep after dueling Kyogre.
LeafGreen
Generation IVSinnoh
#—
Johto
#—
DiamondIt had been asleep in underground magma ever since it fiercely fought Kyogre long ago.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGoldSaid to have expanded the lands by evaporating water with raging heat. It battled titanically with Kyogre.
SoulSilver
Generation VUnova
#—
BlackIt had been asleep in underground magma ever since it fiercely fought Kyogre long ago.
White
Black 2It had been asleep in underground magma ever since it fiercely fought Kyogre long ago.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
#—
Hoenn
#208
X Said to have expanded the lands by evaporating water with raging heat. It battled titanically with Kyogre.
Y This legendary Pokémon is said to represent the land. It went to sleep after dueling Kyogre.
Omega Ruby Groudon is said to be the personification of the land itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Kyogre, as each sought to gain the power of nature.
Alpha Sapphire Through Primal Reversion and with nature's full power, it will take back its true form. It can cause magma to erupt and expand the landmass of the world.

Game locations

In events

Games EventLanguage/Region Location Level Distribution period
BWPokémon Center Fukuoka GroudonJapanese Japan 80 March 17 to April 15, 2012
B2Ruby Anniversary GroudonJapanese Japan 100 November 21, 2012 to January 10, 2013
XYORASDahara City GroudonAll Japan 100 June 20 to August 31, 2015
XYORASDahara City GroudonKorean region Online 100 November 20, 2015 to January 31, 2016
XYORASDahara City GroudonAll South Korea 100 December 23 to 27, 2015
UMUltra Shiny GroudonJapanese region Online 60ShinyJanuary 13 to March 19, 2018
UMWinter Korean League Shiny GroudonAll South Korea 60ShinyJanuary 27 to 28, 2018
UMUltra Shiny GroudonKorean region Online 60ShinyFebruary 14 to March 14, 2018
MLegendary Pokémon Celebration GroudonAmerican region Online 60 August 3 to November 28, 2018
UMLegendary Pokémon Celebration GroudonAmerican region Online 100 August 3 to November 28, 2018
MLegendary Pokémon Celebration GroudonPAL region Online 60 August 3 to November 28, 2018
UMLegendary Pokémon Celebration GroudonPAL region Online 100 August 3 to November 28, 2018

Held items

Stats

Base stats

Primal Groudon

Pokéathlon stats

Type effectiveness

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Weight

Weight (Japanese: 重さweight) is a measure of the mass of a Pokémon. This is measured in kilograms (in all languages except English) or pounds (in English).

List of Pokémon by weight

Main article: List of Pokémon by weight

Every Pokémon species has a specific weight that is displayed in the Pokédex for that species. Some species have different weights in different forms.

In the core series games

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The Pokédex lists a weight for each Pokémon species. In English, weight is displayed in pounds (to one decimal place); in all other languages, it is displayed in kilograms (to one decimal place). All game mechanics based on weight use kilograms for their calculations.

In most core series games, all members of the species in the same form have the same weight.

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! (like in Pokémon GO), each individual Pokémon has its own weight, with the value in the Pokédex simply being an average weight for Pokémon of that species.

Weight-modifying effects

From Generation V onward, there are several effects that can modify a Pokémon's weight in battle. They are applied in the order they are listed below.

  • A Pokémon that uses Autotomize has its base weight decreased by 100 kg (220 lbs.) each time it uses the move and successfully changes its Speed.
  • A Pokémon with the AbilityHeavy Metal or Light Metal functions as twice or half its previously determined weight, respectively.
  • A Pokémon holding a Float Stone functions as half its previously determined weight.

A Pokémon's weight cannot drop below 0.1 kg. Weight is stored with a granularity of 0.1 kg; if an effect halves a Pokémon's weight, the result is rounded down to the next-lower multiple of 0.1 (but cannot drop below the minimum 0.1 kg).

From Generation VI onward, if a Pokémon changes form, any previously accumulated weight modifications due to Autotomize are lost.

Game mechanics affected by weight

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Weight affects the following game mechanics. Because the games use weight in kilograms for functional purposes, metric values are shown first, followed by United States customary values.

Dynamax Pokémon do not have specific weight values. Moves affected by weight fail if they target a Dynamax Pokémon.

Low Kick and Grass Knot

From Generation III onward, the movesLow Kick and Grass Knot have a base power of 20, increasing in power based on the target's weight, at specific increments.

Target's weight Power
Metric US customary
0.1 - 9.9 kg 0.1 - 21.8 lbs.
20
10.0 - 24.9 kg 21.9 - 55.0 lbs.
40
25.0 - 49.9 kg 55.1 - 110.0 lbs.
60
50.0 - 99.9 kg 110.2 - 220.2 lbs.
80
100.0 - 199.9 kg 220.4 - 440.7 lbs.
100
200.0 kg or more 440.9 lbs. or more
120

Heat Crash and Heavy Slam

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The power of the moves Heat Crash and Heavy Slam depends on the weight of both the user and the target; the lighter the target is in comparison to the user, the greater the power.

Target's relative weight Power
More than 50% 40
33.34% - 50% 60
25% - 33.33% 80
20% - 25% 100
20% or less 120

Sky Drop

From Generation VI onward, Pokémon weighing at least 200 kg (440.9 lbs.) cannot be taken into the air by another Pokémon's Sky Drop.

Heavy Ball

In games in which Heavy Balls are available, using them modifies the catch rate of the targeted Pokémon depending on its weight (ignoring weight-changing effects).

Battle rules

Pokémon weighing more than 20.0 kg (44.1 lbs.) are not eligible to compete in the Fancy Cup (known as the Petit Cup in Generation I).

Pokémon weighing more than 99.0 kg (218.3 lbs.) are not eligible to compete in the Light Cup.

Battle entry animation

Since Generation V, certain visual and sound effects are applied when a Pokémon lands on the surface of a battlefield, depending on the Pokémon's weight (ignoring weight-changing effects). Diglett, Dugtrio, MegaGengar, and Pokémon that float above the surface of the battlefield do not cause any such effects. Pokémon holding an Air Balloon also do not cause any such effects, even if the item's function is being suppressed by Klutz or Magic Room.

In Generation V:

  • Small shake and high-pitched landing noise for Pokémon weighing 49.9 kg (110.0 lbs.) or less.
  • Medium shake and lower landing noise for Pokémon weighing between 50 kg (110.2 lbs.) and 149.9 kg (330.5 lbs.).
  • Heavy shake, crashing sound and dust for Pokémon weighing 150 kg (330.7 lbs.) or more.

In Generation VI and VII:

  • Quiet landing noise for Pokémon weighing 49.9 kg (110.0 lbs.) or less.
  • Louder landing noise for Pokémon weighing between 50 kg (110.2 lbs.) and 99.9kg (220.3 lbs.)
  • Heavy landing noise and a small dust cloud for Pokémon weighing between 100 kg (220.5 lbs.) and 199.9kg (440.7 lbs.)
  • Deeper heavy landing noise and a large dust cloud for Pokémon weighing 200 kg (440.9 lbs.) or more

When a Pokémon is Dynamaxed, it is sent out from a Dynamaxed Poké Ball and causing a landing visual effect (unless the Pokémon cannot land on the ground, such as Diglett or Dugtrio). This visual effect is unaffected by weight.

Other

In Pokémon X and Y, in the "Compare" section of the Pokédex, if the player taps a Pokémon's menu sprite, ten simplified Flying-type Pokémon sprites will fly onto the screen, encircle and lift the Pokémon's model up, before dropping, with a number of them flying off the screen, with the number remaining depending on the Pokémon's weight; more Flying-type Pokémon will remain for heavier Pokémon. If the Pokémon is Diglett, Dugtrio, or MegaGengar, the Flying-type Pokémon will all disperse before even attempting to lift it.

Number
remaining
Weight
2 At most 9.9 kg (21.8 lbs.)
3 Between 10.0 kg (22.0 lbs.) and 29.9 kg (65.9 lbs.)
4 Between 30.0 kg (66.1 lbs.) and 59.9 kg (132.1 lbs.)
5 Between 60.0 kg (132.3 lbs.) and 99.9 kg (220.2 lbs.)
6 Between 100.0 kg (220.5 lbs.) and 149.9 kg (330.5 lbs.)
7 Between 150.0 kg (330.7 lbs.) and 209.9 kg (462.8 lbs.)
8 Between 210.0 kg (463.0 lbs.) and 279.9 kg (617.1 lbs.)
9 Between 280.0 kg (617.3 lbs.) and 359.9 kg (793.4 lbs.)
10 At least 360.0 kg (793.7 lbs.)

In spin-off games

Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, each individual Pokémon has its own weight, with the value in the Pokédex simply being an average weight for Pokémon of that species.

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Trivia

  • In the Japanese games Pokémon Red and Green, Nidoqueen weighs 6.0 kg instead of 60.0 kg (as it does in all other games). This has no mechanical significance.
  • In the Japanese game Pokémon Blue, Geodude weighs 2.0 kg instead of 20.0 kg (as it does in all other games). This has no mechanical significance.
  • Prior to Pokémon Sword and Shield, the displayed weight in pounds for Mr. Mime, Furret, Porygon2, Linoone, Lombre, Torkoal, and Rayquaza were incorrectly rounded down, displaying as 0.1 lbs. lower than the correctly rounded value.

In other languages

See also

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Cosmoem (Pokémon)

Cosmoem (Japanese: コスモウムCosmovum) is a Psychic-typeLegendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VII.

It evolves from Cosmog starting at level 43 and evolves into either Solgaleo or Lunala starting at level 53 depending on the game it evolves in.

Biology

Cosmoem is a Pokémon in the shape of a translucent, dark-blue orb with a starscape pattern set in a golden shell-like structure. The main portion of the shell is a flat oval around the center of the orb. Eight more flat, half-oval projections surround the orb in an asterisk-shape. At the center of the main body is a much smaller black core. The upper half of the core has a thin blue line on the front, back, and each side, while the lower has pink lines. On the front are two orange semicircles, which appear to be closed eyes. The overall shape of this Pokémon also resembles an eye.

Encased in its sturdy, cocoon-like shell, Cosmoem is unable to move. In Pokémon Refresh, it cannot even eat. It grows as it absorbs starlight and the dust in the air. Its body is warm to the touch. Cosmoem's shell is said to be harder than any known material. In ancient times, it was worshipped as the "cocoon of the stars" by the people of Alola.

Cosmoem is one of the shortest Pokémon in existence. Despite this, it is also the heaviest Pokémon in existence, being tied with Celesteela.

In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

Nebby (anime)

Cosmoem debuted in Faba's Revenge!, where Nebby evolved into it after being trapped in a device constructed by Faba. Nebby later evolved into a Solgaleo in Revealing the Stuff of Legend! after being blessed by the guardian deities.

Minor appearances

Pokédex entries

EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
SM050CosmoemRotom Pokédex Insufficient data. Unable to determine! Impossible!

Pokémon Evolutions

Nebby

In The Eclipse, a Cosmoem nicknamed Nebby was used by Lusamine to open an Ultra Wormhole. It later evolved into Lunala at the Altar of the Moone and battled Necrozma.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Light trio (Adventures)

Nebby was revealed to have evolved into a Cosmoem in A Raid and Po Town. It later evolved into Lunala.

A Cosmog that was given to Guzma by the Aether Foundation was revealed to have evolved into a Cosmoem in Battle in Vast Poni Canyon. It reappeared in Play the Melody That Echoes in the Altar, evolving into Solgaleo soon after.

In the TCG

Main article: Cosmoem (TCG)

Game data

NPC appearances

Main article: Nebby
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Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation VII.
Generation VIIAlola
SM: #290
Alola
USUM: #388
Kanto
#—
This Pokémon has no Pokédex entries in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!‎.
Sun Motionless as if dead, its body is faintly warm to the touch. In the distant past, it was called the cocoon of the stars.
Moon There's something accumulating around the black core within its hard shell. People think this Pokémon may come from another world.
Ultra Sun The king who ruled Alola in times of antiquity called it the “cocoon of the stars” and built an altar to worship it.
Ultra Moon As it absorbs light, Cosmoem continues to grow. Its golden shell is surprisingly solid.
Generation VIIIGalar
#—
Sword The absorption of starlight fuels this Pokémon's growth. The shell that encases it is harder than any known material.
Shield It sucks in dust from the air at an astounding rate, frantically building up energy within its core as preparation for evolution.

Game locations

Stats

Base stats

Type effectiveness

Learnset

By leveling up

By TM/TR

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmoem
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmoem

By breeding

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
 Parent   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by breeding.
  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Cosmoem in Generation VIII
  • Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be bred from a Pokémon who learned the move in an earlier generation.
  • Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can only be bred onto Cosmoem in that game.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmoem
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmoem

By tutoring

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
 Game   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by tutoring.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmoem
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmoem
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Move Tutor moves from other generations

By a prior evolution

Generation VIII
Other generations:
VII
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Cosmoem
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Cosmoem

Evolution

Sprites

Trivia

  • In Pokémon Sun and Moon, Cosmoem has a base experience yield of 80.
  • With its pre-evolved form weighing in at 0.1 kg. and Cosmoem at 999.9 kg., the evolution from Cosmog to Cosmoem is the largest increase in weight due to evolution with an increase of 999,800%.
  • Cosmoem is the smallestPsychic-type, evolved, and Legendary Pokémon.
  • Cosmoem has the highest base Special Defense stat of all second stage Pokémon.
  • Cosmoem's evolution from Cosmog has the greatest standard deviation of all Pokémon, with 47.14, meaning that the changes to its base stats on evolving are the most uneven out of all Pokémon.
  • Cosmoem has the smallest movepool out of all evolved Pokémon, with only three moves that it can learn.
  • Cosmoem is tied with Celesteela as the heaviestPokémon.

Origin

Cosmoem has characteristics of both a stylized sun and a stylized moon, having rays and a pair of crescents, respectively. Its enormous weight despite its extremely small size shares similarities with super-compressed astronomical bodies such as black holes and neutron stars. Given its description, it seems to be an embodiment of star formation in general. It may also be based on the idea of the world egg. When viewed from the front, its shape resembles an eye.

Name origin

Cosmoem may be a combination of cosmo, ovum (Latin for egg), and embryo.

Cosmovum may be a combination of cosmo and ovum.

In other languages

Related articles

External links

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Cosmoem_(Pok%C3%A9mon)

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Power item

Power items are held items that award a Pokémon additional specific EVs whenever the Pokémon would normally earn EVs in battle, but halves Speed of the Pokémon while it holds the item. They all debuted in Generation IV.

Types of Power items

In the core series games

Mechanics

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If a Pokémon holding a Power item gains experience from a battle, the Power item awards it additional EVs in a specific stat (in addition to the EVs it would normally earn). From Generation IV to VI, they grant 4 extra EVs; in Generation VII onward, they grant 8 EVs. The EVs granted by Power items are doubled by the effect of Pokérus.

Additionally, any Pokémon holding a Power item has its Speed halved while it is holding the item.

From Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver onward, if either Pokémon in the Pokémon Day Care or Pokémon Nursery holds a Power item, that parent passes down its IV in that respective stat to Eggs it produces; HP for Power Weight, Attack for Power Bracer, and so on.

Acquisition

Power items are can normally be purchased with Battle Points at battle facilities.

In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, they can be purchased with BP at the Battle Royal Dome, but not at the Battle Tree. In Pokémon Sword and Shield, they can be purchased from the BP Shop in Hammerlocke instead of the battle facility.

In Generation VI, all of the Power items could be obtained from the PokéMileage Club minigame Graffiti Eraser.

Artwork

These are artwork of the items as seen in the Pokémon Dream World.

Trivia

  • These items, particularly the fact that they halve the holder's Speed, may have been inspired by the Macho Brace, an item introduced in Generation III that doubles all EVs a Pokémon gains but halves its Speed while held.

See also

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Power_item
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Muk (Pokémon)

Muk (Japanese: ベトベトンBetbeton) is a Poison-typePokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Grimer starting at level 38.

In Alola, Muk has a dual-type Poison/Darkregional form. It evolves from Alolan Grimer starting at level 38.

Biology

Muk is a large, sticky, amorphous Pokémon made of living purple sludge. It has two small eyes with beady black pupils. It also has an enormous mouth with a gray tongue and strands of ooze connecting its top and bottom jaws. While it has no visible legs, it does have two arms with three fingers on each hand. However, it typically keeps one hand tucked in while it extends the other hand.

Muk is a living biohazard, leaking toxins that instantly kill all plant life it touches. Even it being in close proximity to plants will cause them to wilt and die. Extreme caution is advised in avoiding any contact with this Pokémon, as an accidental brush up can lead to severe sickness. The effects of this Pokémon can leave the landscape barren for three years. In dirty residential areas where people throw trash into the streets, it is almost certain to appear. It will readily consume nearly any waste or refuse generated by people and Pokémon alike. It can be found in heavily polluted bodies of water, cities and factories. However, Muk's population has declined due to recent environmental improvements and extermination efforts. This has led some to believe that it will go extinct at some point; sludge ponds are being built to prevent its extinction.

Alolan Muk has a more vibrant coloration, consisting of green, pink, and yellow stripes with thin blue bands in-between. The green, yellow, and pink stripes are capable of shifting downwards while the blue stays in place. It has various white, crystallized poison shards protruding from parts of its body, especially from its mouth and fingers, giving the impression of claws and fangs. It has blue eyes with a black space behind them and a bright blue tongue. Its vivid coloration is a result of the garbage it eats, which causes chemical changes in its body. Its body contains over a hundred different kinds of poisons.

Alolan Muk is unexpectedly quiet and friendly. However, if it is not fed trash for a while, its hunger will compel it to destroy its Trainer's furnishings for food. It is thought that it cannot maintain its energy without a constant source of toxins, which causes its voracious appetite. The crystals covering its body have a tendency to break off, which makes it extremely difficult to deal with due to the concentrated toxins contained within them. This variant of Muk does not produce the foul stench due to its toxins being contained in with its body.[1] Alolan Muk preys on Trubbish and Garbodor.

In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

Ash's Muk

In Sparks Fly for Magnemite, Ashcaught a Muk after it caused trouble at the Gringey City power plant. Immediately afterwards, it was transferred to Professor Oak's lab. Since then, it has always tried to smother Professor Oak. In The Fourth Round Rumble, Ash first used Muk in battle against Jeanette Fisher's Bellsprout, which had already defeated his Bulbasaur and Pikachu.

Other

In The Legend of Thunder!, Attila used a Muk to stop Vincent's Meganium and Jimmy's Typhlosion from freeing Raikou, but it was defeated by Little Miss.

Six Muk appeared in The Psyduck Stops Here!. Three of them invaded Lake Psyduck before being sent to a more appropriate home lake.

In Secrets From Out of the Fog!, a Team Plasma Grunt used a Muk to battle Ash and his friends, but it was defeated by Iris's Excadrill's Focus Blast.

In A Young Royal Flame Ignites!, the Revengers used an Alolan Muk to help Viren during his Battle Royal by distracting Incineroar.

In Healing the Healer!, a group of Pokémon hunters used a Muk to poison a lake in an attempt to draw the attention of Suicune. Once Gohcaught Suicune, it was used to battle Ash and Goh before eventually being defeated.

Minor appearances

In The Fire-ing Squad!, four Muk competed in the Fire and Rescue Grand Prix. They faced off against Ash's team and were able to put the fire out first.

In Carrying On!, an ill Muk was in Way Away Island's Pokémon Center.

In a flashback in The Joy of Water Pokémon, a Muk lived in Lake Lucid before it became the clean lake it is now.

A Muk appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.

In An Old Family Blend!, a Trainer's Muk competed in the Lily of the Valley Conference.

In Racing to a Big Event!, an Alolan Muk was eating the pancakes that were dropped during the Pancake Race.

In Alola, Kanto!, a Trainer's Alolan Muk was compared to Ash's Muk.

In This Magik Moment!, a Trainer's Alolan Muk competed on Alola Pokémon Quiz.

In Crowning the Chow Crusher!, a Scientist's Muk competed in the Pokémon Grand Eating Contest.

Pokédex entries

EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
EP030MukAsh's Pokédex Muk, Grimer's evolved form. Use extreme caution, as its slimy form contains poison.
EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
DP087MukDawn's Pokédex Muk, the Sludge Pokémon. A horribly toxic liquid seeps out of its body.

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 Animated Trailer

Muk in the animated trailer

In the Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Animated Trailer, a Team Plasma Grunt's Muk surrounded Nate, Hugh, and Cheren aboard the Plasma Frigate.

In the manga

Alolan Muk in Pokémon Adventures

Ash & Pikachu

Main article: Ash's Muk

Ash's Muk only appeared on the scoreboard in One Half Of A Poké Ball.

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Ash's Muk

Ash has a Muk that he caught off-screen. It was used in the Indigo League where it fought and defeated Jeanette Fisher's Bellsprout.

Pokémon Adventures

Muk debuted in You know... Articuno!, where it was used in by Harry to help Team Rocket on their mission to get Articuno. When Red tried to stop them, Harry sent Muk against Red's Gyara. It was eventually frozen by Articuno.

Muk is one of the Pokémon owned by Koga in Karate Machop!, where it was used on Cerise Island to battle the Elite Four, and proved useful in Koga's survival after the island began to crumble. In the HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter, it was used during the Circle Push event of the Pokéathlon.

A Muk appeared in a fantasy in Pinsir Me, I Must Be Dreaming.

A Muk appeared in a flashback as one of the Pokémon trained by the International Police in Innocent Scientist.

Multiple Muk appeared in Angry Boy, under the ownership of Team Plasma Grunts.

Multiple Muk appeared in a flashback in Abyssal Ruins, under the ownership of Team Plasma Grunts.

In Darkness!! The Mysterious Claws of Necrozma!, Moon's Alolan Grimer was revealed to have evolved into a Muk.

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Giovanni sent out multiple Muk to prevent anyone from winning the contest he hosted on TV in Seize the Dream of One Million Yen!!.

A Muk appeared in Pikachu's Birthday Party.

Koga was revealed to have a Muk when Red battled Karen.

In the TCG

Main article: Muk (TCG)

Game data

Pokédex entries

Generation IKanto
#089
RedThickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge. It is so toxic, even its footprints contain poison.
Blue
Yellow Smells so awful, it can cause fainting. Through degeneration, it lost its sense of smell.
Stadium Becomes indistinguishable if it hides in dirt. Touching its sludge-covered body causes horrible poisonings.
Generation IIJohto
#117
Gold They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
Silver Its body is made of a powerful poison. Touching it accidentally will cause a fever that requires bed rest.
Crystal As it moves, a very strong poison leaks from it, making the ground there barren for three years.
Stadium 2 They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
Generation IIIHoenn
#107
Kanto
#089
Ruby From Muk's body seeps a foul fluid that gives off a nose-bendingly horrible stench. Just one drop of this Pokémon's body fluid can turn a pool stagnant and rancid.
Sapphire This Pokémon's favorite food is anything that is repugnantly filthy. In dirty towns where people think nothing of throwing away litter on the streets, Muk are certain to gather.
Emerald It prefers warm and humid habitats. In the summertime, the toxic substances in its body intensify, making Muk reek like putrid kitchen garbage.
FireRed It is usually undetectable because it blends in with the ground. Touching it can cause terrible poisoning.
LeafGreen Thickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge. It is so toxic, even its footprints contain poison.
Generation IVSinnoh
#—
Johto
#118
DiamondA toxic fluid seeps from its body. The fluid instantly kills plants and trees on contact.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
SoulSilver Its body is made of a powerful poison. Touching it accidentally will cause a fever that requires bed rest.
Generation VUnova
B2W2: #065
BlackA toxic fluid seeps from its body. The fluid instantly kills plants and trees on contact.
White
Black 2It's so stinky! Muk's body contains toxic elements, and any plant will wilt when it passes by.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
#—
Hoenn
#112
X They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
Y A toxic fluid seeps from its body. The fluid instantly kills plants and trees on contact.
Omega Ruby From Muk's body seeps a foul fluid that gives off a nose-bendingly horrible stench. Just one drop of this Pokémon's body fluid can turn a pool stagnant and rancid.
Alpha Sapphire This Pokémon's favorite food is anything that is repugnantly filthy. In dirty towns where people think nothing of throwing away litter on the streets, Muk are certain to gather.
Generation VIIAlola
SM: #051
Alola
USUM: #058
Kanto
#089
Sun The stench it gives off will make your nose scrunch up. Still, there are Muk fans who think that's a good thing.
Moon After recent environmental improvements, this Pokémon is now hardly seen at all. People speculate that it may go extinct at some point.
Ultra Sun Their food sources have decreased, and their numbers have declined sharply. Sludge ponds are being built to prevent their extinction.
Ultra Moon Because they scatter germs everywhere, they've long been targeted for extermination, leading to a steep decline in their population.
Let's Go PikachuSmells so awful, it can cause fainting. Through degeneration of its nose, it lost its sense of smell.
Let's Go Eevee
Alolan Muk
Sun The garbage it eats causes continuous chemical changes in its body, which produce its exceedingly vivid coloration.
Moon While it's unexpectedly quiet and friendly, if it's not fed any trash for a while, it will smash its Trainer's furnishings and eat up the fragments.
Ultra Sun There are over a hundred kinds of poison inside its body. Chemical reactions between different poisons are the source of its vitality.
Ultra Moon What look like fangs and claws are actually crystallized poison that will afflict you at a mere touch, so don't get too close.
Let's Go PikachuMuk's coloration becomes increasingly vivid the more it feasts on its favorite dish–trash.
Let's Go Eevee

Game locations

Generation II
This Pokémon is unavailable in Generation II side games.
Generation VII
Rumble Rush
Celebi Sea, Mimikyu Sea, Mewtwo Sea, Bulbasaur Sea, Celebi SeaFinal, Mimikyu SeaFinal, Mewtwo SeaFinalKantonian Form
Rowlet Sea, Buzzwole Sea, Rowlet SeaFinal, Buzzwole SeaFinalAlolan Form

Held items

Stats

Base stats

Muk
Alolan Muk

Pokéathlon stats

Type effectiveness

Muk

Under normal battle conditions in Generation VIII, this Pokémon is:
Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Muk_(Pok%C3%A9mon)

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