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Graveler

Graveler

Graveler (Alola)


National Pokédex
Geodude - Graveler (#075) - Golem
Ability Rock Head or Sturdy (Normal)
Sand Veil (Hidden)
Magnet Pull or Sturdy (Alola)
Galvanize (Hidden)
Series Pokémon series
First appearance Pokémon Red and Blue
Created by Game Freak
Designed by Hitoshi Ariga (Alola)

Graveler (JP) is a species of Pokémon in the series of the same name. It is a dual-type Rock/Ground Pokémon that made its first appearance in the first generation games Red and Blue. It evolves into Golem by trading. In Alola, it replaces its Ground typing with Electric.

Physiology and Behavior

Appearances

Main Pokémon games

Other Pokémon games

Super Smash Bros. series

Trophy descriptions

In the anime

Origin and inspiration

In-game information

Pokédex entries

Title Entry
First Pokémon generation
Pokémon Red and Blue Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Pokémon Yellow Often seen rolling down mountain trails. Obstacles are just things to roll straight over, not avoid.
Pokémon Stadium Rolls on steep mountainous trails. It plows through grass, trees and anything else that gets in its way.
Second Pokémon generation
Pokémon Gold With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn't mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
Pokémon Silver A slow walker, it rolls to move. It pays no attention to any object that happens to be in its path.
Pokémon Crystal It travels by rolling on mountain paths. If it gains too much speed, it stops by running into huge rocks.
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby Graveler grows by feeding on rocks. Apparently, it prefers to eat rocks that are covered in moss. This Pokémon eats it way through a ton of rocks on a daily basis.
Pokémon Sapphire Rocks are Graveler's favorite food. This Pokémon will climb a mountain from the base to the summit, crunchingly feasting on rocks all the while. Upon reaching the peak, it rolls back down to the bottom.
Pokémon Emerald They descend from mountains by tumbling down steep slopes. They are so brutal, they smash aside obstructing trees and massive boulders with thunderous tackles.
Pokémon FireRed Be careful while hiking on mountain trails. Graveler may come rolling down the path without slowing.
Pokémon LeafGreen Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond Graveler make their homes on sheer cliff faces by gouging out numerous horizontal holes.
Pokémon Pearl It tumbles down slopes, heedless of any body parts chipping off. It eats a ton of rocks daily.
Pokémon Platinum It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
Pokémon HeartGold With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn't mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
Pokémon SoulSilver A slow walker, it rolls to move. It pays no attention to any object that happens to be in its path.
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
Pokémon White It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
Pokémon Black 2 It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
Pokémon White 2 It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn't mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
Pokémon Y Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Pokémon Omega Ruby Graveler grows by feeding on rocks. Apparently, it prefers to eat rocks that are covered in moss. This Pokémon eats its way through a ton of rocks on a daily basis.
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Rocks are Graveler's favorite food. This Pokémon will climb a mountain from the base to the summit, crunchingly feasting on rocks all the while. Upon reaching the peak, it rolls back down to the bottom.


Game locations

Title Location(s)
First Pokémon generation
Pokémon Red and Blue
Victory Road
Pokémon Yellow
Victory Road, Cerulean Cave
Second Pokémon generation
Pokémon Gold
Route 45, Victory Road, Dark Cave, Mt. Mortar, Silver Cave
Pokémon Silver
Route 45, Victory Road, Dark Cave, Mt. Mortar, Silver Cave
Pokémon Crystal
Route 45, Victory Road, Dark Cave, Mt. Mortar, Silver Cave
Third Pokémon generation
Pokémon Ruby
Victory Road (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Sapphire
Victory Road (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Emerald
Team Magma Hideout
Victory Road (Rock Smash)
Pokémon FireRed
Kindle Road, Sevault Canyon, Rock Tunnel, Mt. Ember, Cerulean Cave (Rock Smash)
Pokémon LeafGreen
Kindle Road, Sevault Canyon, Rock Tunnel, Mt. Ember, Cerulean Cave (Rock Smash)
Fourth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Diamond
Routes 211, 214, 216 and 227, Valor Lakefront, Iron Island, Mt. Coronet, Victory Road, Stark Mountain
Pokémon Pearl
Routes 211, 214, 216 and 227, Valor Lakefront, Iron Island, Mt. Coronet, Victory Road, Stark Mountain
Pokémon Platinum
Routes 211, 214, 216, 225, 226and 227, Valor Lakefront, Iron Island, Mt. Coronet, Sendoff Spring, Victory Road, Stark Mountain
Pokémon HeartGold
Route 45, Cliff Cave, Victory Road
Safari ZoneMorn/Day
Pokémon SoulSilver
Route 45, Cliff Cave, Victory Road
Safari ZoneMorn/Day
Fifth Pokémon generation
Pokémon Black
Challenger's Cave
Pokémon White
Challenger's Cave
Sixth Pokémon generation
Pokémon X
Route 18, Victory Road, Terminus Cave
Route 13, Victory Road (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Y
Route 18, Victory Road, Terminus Cave
Route 13, Victory Road (Rock Smash)
Pokémon Omega Ruby
Lilycove City, Seafloor Cavern, Shoal Cave, Mirage Cave, Mirage Forest, Mirage Island. Mirage Mountain(Rock Smash)
Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
Lilycove City, Seafloor Cavern, Shoal Cave, Mirage Cave, Mirage Forest, Mirage Island. Mirage Mountain(Rock Smash)
Seventh Pokémon generation
Pokémon Sun
Route 17
Pokémon Moon
Route 17


Evolution

Geodude
Reach level 25.
Graveler
Trade.
Golem
PKMN074 PKMN075 PKMN076

Base Stats

Base Stats
HP 55
Attack 95
Defense 115
Sp. Attack 45
Sp. Defense 45
Speed 35
Average 390

Moveset

Main article: Graveler/moveset

Gallery

Sprites

Sprites
Red Green
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Red Blue
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Yellow
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Gold
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Silver
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Crystal
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Ruby Sapphire
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Emerald
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Fire Leaf
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Diamond Pearl
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Platinum
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Heart Soul
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Black White
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Black 2 White 2
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X Y
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