Talk:Sandygast (Pokémon)

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French name reference

For the french name, the "bouh" is a combination of both the sound of a ghost and mud, which is "boue" is french. MannedTooth (Talk) 18:51, 19 August 2016 (UTC)


Sandygast resembles a living lump of sand with a red shovel sticking out on the top of its head two smaller piles of sand can be seen on it looking like arms.On its body little pebbles with two making up the eyes on its body and a wide open mouth that can be seen through. - unsigned comment from Benthemas2 (talkcontribs)

Water Immunity

Because of Sandygast's ability (Water Compaction), Water type moves are 0x effective against it. - unsigned comment from NerdyTB (talkcontribs)

Water Compaction doesn't give immunity. glikglak 01:39, 26 February 2017 (UTC)

Another Possible Origin for English Name

Could the word "aghast" also be a possible root for the name Sandygast? It does look like it's surprised or shocked with that big wide open mouth. This even works with the "peekaboo" part of its Japanese name.--Joec (talk) 01:35, 11 August 2019 (UTC)