Gapejaw Bog

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Gapejaw Bog 大口の沼
Widemouth Bog
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description:
Location: Central Crimson Mirelands
Region: Hisui
Generations: VIII
Hisui Gapejaw Bog Map.png
Location of Gapejaw Bog in Hisui.
Pokémon world locations

The Gapejaw Bog (Japanese: 大口 Widemouth Swamp) is an area that stretches from the western to the central region of the Crimson Mirelands of Hisui. It extends from the Golden Lowlands to the northwest and Sludge Mound to the southeast. The Holm of Trials is due south of the region, across the river.


The Gapejaw Bog is separated into two distinct sections by a river flowing down from the northwestern part of the mirelands. Each section has a unique environment separate from the other. The western section has a geography similar to the Golden Lowlands adjacent to it, with patches of golden grains and marshy spots. The marshes are more plentiful, and some portions contain pieces of old ruins. It has a forested region that hugs the mountainous boundary to the west. The eastern section can be accessed from log bridges that pass over the river. It contains marshes like its western counterpart, albeit less densely-packed together. This section features a collection of muddy pools like that in the Scarlet Bog; the flora in this area is less vibrant and more sparse.


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Item Location Games
Old Verse LA Old Verse 1 In the middle of a plateau, southwest of the collection of water pools (hidden, requires Ursaluna)  LA 


Pokémon Levels Alpha
Time of day Weather
Morning Day Evening Night Clear Cloudy Rain Thunderstorm Fog
19-22 34-37
21-24 36-39
25-28 40-43
19-24 34-39
25-28 40-43
19-24 34-39
19-22 34-37
19-24 34-39
11-14 26-29
19-22 34-37
19-24 34-39
19-24 34-39
Fixed Alpha
In the air
21-24 36-39
25-28 40-43
21-24 36-39
17-22 32-37
Shaking trees
16-19 31-34
41-44 56-59
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20-22 35-37
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25-28 40-43
Shaking ore deposits
21-24 36-39
25-28 40-43
33-36 48-51
Mass outbreak
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21-23 36-38
22-24 37-39
21-23 36-38
38-40 53-55
24-26 39-41
22-24 37-39
21-23 36-38
32-32 45-47
30-32 45-47
Space-time distortions
20-55 35-70
25-60 40-75
20-55 35-70
30-65 50-85
52-55 67-70
52-55 67-70
68-71 88-91
25-60 45-80
20-55 35-70
25-60 45-80
20-55 35-70
30-65 45-80
26-61 41-76
28-63 43-78
25-60 40-75
30-65 50-85
Non-fixed alpha Pokémon do not spawn until the player quelled the frenzy of the subregion's noble.
Some of the Pokémon marked with (‡) may only spawn near the area's borders.
  1. After completing Mission 18: "The Counterpart"
  2. After completing Mission 18: "The Counterpart"
  3. After completing Mission 18: "The Counterpart"

In the TCG

Gapejaw Bog in the TCG
Main article: Gapejaw Bog (Astral Radiance 142)

Gapejaw Bog was introduced as a Stadium card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sword & Shield Series (the Japanese Sword & Shield Era). It was first released in the Japanese Time Gazer expansion and the English Astral Radiance expansion, with artwork by Oswaldo KATO. It forces both players to put two damage counters on their Basic Pokémon whenever they are played from the hand onto the Bench.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 大嘴沼澤 Daaihjéui Jíujaahk
Mandarin 大嘴沼澤 / 大嘴沼泽 Dàzuǐ Zhǎozé
France Flag.png French Marais Bouchebée
Germany Flag.png German Großmaulmoor
Italy Flag.png Italian Palude Boccalarga
South Korea Flag.png Korean 큰입 늪 Keun-ip Neup
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Brejo Gapejaw
Spain Flag.png Spanish Ciénaga Bocazas

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Windswept RunNature's PantryTidewater DamThe HeartwoodGrandtree ArenaOreburrow TunnelObsidian Falls
Ramanas IslandSandgem FlatsLake Verity
Crimson Mirelands
Golden LowlandsGapejaw BogHolm of TrialsUrsa's RingSludge MoundScarlet BogSolaceon RuinsCloudpool Ridge
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See also
SinnohMount CoronetSpace-time distortion

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