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Twiggy
スティックン Sutikkun
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Henry's Rillaboom
Debuts in Wow!! That's One Big Pokémon
Caught at Unknown
Evolves in Toasty!! Battle Against Toxapex
PASS34
Gender Male
Ability Overgrow
Current location With Henry
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This Pokémon spent 8 chapters as Grookey and 25 chapters as Thwackey.

Twiggy (Japanese: スティックン Sutikkun) is a Rillaboom that Henry Sword owns in Pokémon Adventures and his second Pokémon overall. He is level 34.

History

Prior to the start of the Sword & Shield arc, Henry received Grookey from Professor Magnolia.

Twiggy first appeared in Wow!! That's One Big Pokémon as a Grookey, where he got his stick repaired by Henry. Later that day, he was used in a mock Max Raid Battle to help teach Marvin about battling. Grookey attacked a holographic Dynamaxed Pangoro with Leafage alongside an Ember from Casey's Scorbunny. This showed Marvin how to look for openings in battles.

Twiggy and Henry

In Chomp!! Defeat Drednaw, while traveling, the group's truck accidentally ran over a group of Drednaw, resulting in a flat tire. While trying to find the cause of it, the Drednaw attacked. Scorbunny was able to distract two of them, though one chomped down on Grookey's stick. Grookey refused to let go, resulting in a tug of war. Grookey eventually won when another Drednaw charged into the one holding Grookey's stick, allowing the Chimp Pokémon to knock them both out.

In Zap!! A Rising Beam of Light, Henry decided to give his team nicknames in order to distinguish them from other Pokémon of the same species. Choosing to name them after the gear they used, Grookey was called Twiggy. Later during the day, a pair of Team Yell Grunts tried to destroy the new uniforms that Henry and Casey received. While Lancelot and Scorbunny distracted them, Twiggy snuck behind the fight and directly attacked the Grunts, driving them towards a Pokémon Den. This allowed his Trainer to push the Grunts into it and force them into a Max Raid Battle against a wild Gurdurr.

Twiggy battling Nessa's Drednaw

In Toasty!! Battle Against Toxapex, to prepare for his gym battle against Nessa, Henry used Twiggy to battle against Marvin and Sniffler, where they practiced Twiggy's strategy of drumming its stick off the ground to agitate his opponent. Sniffler responding by using its tears to become invisible, though Twiggy countered it with a Branch Poke and won. After the battle, Twiggy evolved into Thwackey. Henry later used Twiggy as his first Pokémon against Nessa and her Toxapex. Twiggy started the battle by drumming his branches on the ground but quickly became frustrated when Toxapex was unaffected by the noise. Twiggy then attacked the Brutal Star Pokémon directly and was poisoned by Toxapex's Baneful Bunker. Realizing that temperature had something to do with how Toxapex protected itself, Henry had Twiggy use Sunny Day, opening up Toxapex and allowing Twiggy to defeat the Brutal Star Pokémon. Nessa then sent out her Drednaw, which she immediately Gigantamaxed.

Due to its large size, Gigantamax Drednaw easily overwhelmed Twiggy with its Max Moves. Henry countered by Dynamaxing Twiggy, determined to win the fight with only him. The two exchanged a few blows, though Twiggy's speed wasn't enough to match the Bite Pokémon's defense. He finally managed to land the finishing blow when Drednaw extended its neck out to bite Twiggy, earning them the victory.

In Gulp Gulp!! Pokémon, Twiggy was one of the three Pokémon Henry brought to use in his gym battle against Kabu.

In Crunch!! Snowy Battle, Twiggy, under Casey's command, joined Raboot and Sniffler to defeat Gordie's Stonjourner. Twiggy used Branch Poke on the ground to create holes for Sniffler to fill with Water Gun, soaking the Big Rock Pokémon. Afterward, Henry tried to get Twiggy to stop a herd of Eiscue from stealing Melony's Mr. Rime, but they froze him solid and knocked him out.

In PASS34, while Henry was training Kubfu, it got overwhelmed by a group of wild Skwovet and Greedent. Twiggy, alongside Bit and Sniffler, protected it from the Greedy Pokémon. All three evolved during the fight.

In PASS40, Twiggy battled against a Gigantamaxed Butterfree and Corviknight to protect Calyrex until it could ride Spectrier.

In PASS41, Twiggy was given Max Soup and gained the ability to Gigantamax. He was soon after Gigantamaxed to battle a Gigantamaxed Kingler, Orbeetle, and Sandaconda that were protecting Eternatus. With the help of Bit, Sniffler, and Bede's Hatterene, they were able to distract them long enough for Zacian and Zamazenta to attack the Gigantic Pokémon directly.

Personality and characteristics

Twiggy protecting his stick

Twiggy is an upbeat Pokémon, often seen smiling and excited at the idea of battling. He is very protective of his stick, refusing to give it up even in the face of danger. Using its sticks, Twiggy is able to beat them off the ground to create a rhythmic drumming that can agitate opponents. After evolving into a Thwackey, Twiggy is shown to get irritated when things don't go his way. Twiggy is able to give orders to other Pokemon in battle with instructions using its sticks and is able to coordinate at least eight Pokemon at a time.

Appearance

See also: Dynamax and Gigantamax

As a Grookey As a Thwackey Thwackey Dynamaxed As a Gigantamax Rillaboom
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Moves used

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Using Branch Poke as a Grookey
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Using Branch Poke as a Thwackey
Move First Used In
Leafage × Crackle!! Practice Battle
Scratch Zap!! A Rising Beam of Light*
Branch Poke Toasty!! Battle Against Toxapex
Sunny Day Toasty!! Battle Against Toxapex
Razor Leaf Splish Splash!! Gigantamax Battle
Drum Beating  PASS34
An × shows that the move cannot be legitimately known by this Pokémon in the games.
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese スティックン Sutikkun From スティック stick and ~ン -n
English Twiggy From twig
German Prügi From Prügel (club)
French Stick From stick
Chinese (Mandarin) 木棒客 Mùbàngkè From 木棒 mùbàng (stick) and ~客 -kè


Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Grookey, Thwackey, and Rillaboom.

Henry's Pokémon
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