|This Pokémon naturally learns the following techniques:|
|LV 01 – Tackle LV 01 – Tail Whip LV 08 – Bubble||LV 15 – Water Gun LV 24 – Bite LV 31 – Withdraw||LV 42 – Skull Bash LV 52 – Hydro Pump|
When released from a Poké Ball, Blastoise will use Hydro Pump in one direction. Each Pump moves Blastoise backward slightly making it a danger to those fighting behind it as well.
You should use Blastoise against Fire, Ground and Rock opponents. If you’re worried that Hydro Pump isn’t reliable enough, teach it HM 03 – Surf. You may also want to consider adding non-Water moves like Blizzard and Earthquake or Dig to give it a wider range.
|Expansion||SWSH Black Star Promos|
|English card no.||SWSH103|
|Japanese Deck||Blastoise VMAX Starter Set|
|Japanese card no.||002/020|
7 Hydro Pump (110 Damage)
Hydro pump is really strong and can do at least 220 attack points of damage if used twice in a row. This move can be really inaccurate making even Hydro cannon more reliable at times, but with Hydro Pump you can still use it two times in a row to deal damage.
The combo of Mud Shot and Hydro Cannon for Swamper is devastating and can charge incredibly fast. Charge-up times on the Hyrdo Cannon attack are one of the main reasons why Swampert is used as an elite lead in Ultra League.
Hydro Cannon is the highest powered Water-type move in existence introduced in Generation III; it can only be learned by the final evolution of a Water-type Starter Pokémon.
Mega Blastoise is a good addition to any team that features offensive Rock-weak Pokemon, as it can remove Stealth Rock for them. Salazzle, Noivern, and Yanmega can also switch in on STAB Grass-type moves aimed at Mega Blastoise and threaten those moves’ users out.
Slight HP recovery in rain. The Pokémon gradually recovers HP in rain. The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain.
Gary Oak is a character appearing in the anime series. He is the grandson of Professor Oak and the rival of Ash Ketchum in the first few seasons. His Starter Pokémon was a Squirtle, later evolving into a Blastoise.
Water Spout is a Move learned by Blastoise in Pokemon UNITE. Learn the effects of Water Spout, as well as its damage at each level, cooldown time, level to learn and upgrade, status effects it inflicts, and all Pokemon builds using Water Spout.
Dragon Pulse (Japanese: りゅうのはどう Dragon Pulse) is a damage-dealing Dragon-type move introduced in Generation IV. It was TM59 in Generation IV and TM34 in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!. It is TR62 in Generation VIII.
Poipole is a Legendary Pokémon that can only be obtained by doing the Ultra Beast Quest through the use of an Ultra Saddle. Hatching a Poipole egg will count towards your shiny chain.
|Height||2.0 m (6′07″)|
|Weight||202.0 kg (445.3 lbs)|
|Abilities||1. Sand Stream Unnerve (hidden ability)|
|Height||Approx. 5 ft. 4 in.|
|Preferred Pokémon Type||Various|
Surf is a decent move with 100% acc and 95 power, but Hydro pump is a stronger move and can probably take out most pokemon. But it has low acc, if you want to take a risk and go for a strong move pick Hydro pump if you want to stay safe and make sure you don’t miss pick surf.
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