Garchomp (Duel 190)

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search
Jolteon (188)
Pokémon Duel
Empoleon (191)
[[{{{prev2}}} (Duel {{{previd2}}})|]] [[{{{prev2}}} (Duel {{{previd2}}})|{{{prev2}}} ({{{previd2}}})]]
[[{{{next2}}} (Duel {{{nextid2}}})|{{{next2}}} ({{{nextid2}}})]] [[{{{next2}}} (Duel {{{nextid2}}})|]]
Garchomp
ガブリアス Gaburias
GarchompDuel190.png
Evolution stage 3
Figure name Garchomp
Move Points 2
Types
Dragon Ground
Version Unknown
Rarity EX
ID 190
Price 4000Material
Shiny variant
[[File:{{{shiny}}}]]
Figure name Shiny Garchomp
Version Unknown
ID 1
Price 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Garchomp.

Garchomp (Japanese: ガブリアス Gaburias) is a figure in Pokémon Duel.

Abilities

None


Attack wheel

Version 7.0.0

Duel Z-Move.png Tectonic Rage ライジングランドオーバー 96 pt.
★★★★
Knocks out the battle opponent.
Duel Z-Move.png Devastating Drake アルティメットドラゴンバーン 96 pt.
★★★★
A Pokémon on the field spins. If it spins a Miss or a White Attack of 120 damage or more, it is knocked out.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Fire Fang* ほのおのキバ※ 20 pt.
90
The battle opponent becomes burned. The battle opponent now has Wait.
Dragon Rush ドラゴンダイブ 36 pt.
140
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Double Flight ダブルひこう 28 pt.
★★
This Pokémon jumps over the battle opponent, moving to a spot adjacent to it. If the opposing Pokémon is affected by a special condition, it is knocked out. After moving, this Pokémon may attack an opposing Pokémon again, but just once.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 6.2.3-6.2.11

Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Fire Fang* ほのおのキバ※ 20 pt.
90
The battle opponent becomes burned. The battle opponent now has Wait.
Dragon Rush ドラゴンダイブ 36 pt.
140
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Double Flight ダブルひこう 28 pt.
★★
This Pokémon jumps over the battle opponent, moving to a spot adjacent to it. If the opposing Pokémon is affected by a special condition, it is knocked out. After moving, this Pokémon may attack an opposing Pokémon again, but just once.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 3.0.11-6.2.2

Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Fire Fang* ほのおのキバ※ 20 pt.
60
The battle opponent becomes burned. The battle opponent now has Wait.
Dragon Rush ドラゴンダイブ 36 pt.
100
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Double Flight ダブルひこう 28 pt.
★★
This Pokémon jumps over the battle opponent, moving to a spot adjacent to it. If the opposing Pokémon is affected by a special condition, it is knocked out. After moving, this Pokémon may attack an opposing Pokémon again, but just once.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version -3.0.10

Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Dragon Claw ドラゴンクロー 20 pt.
60
{{{effect}}}
Dragon Rush ドラゴンダイブ 32 pt.
90
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Double Flight ダブルひこう 28 pt.
★★
This Pokémon jumps over the battle opponent and lands on a surrounding point. After moving, it may Attack again.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Trivia

Origin

Fire Fang, Dragon Claw, and Dragon Rush are moves in the Pokémon games that Garchomp can learn. Tectonic Rage and Devastating Drake are Z-Moves in the games that Garchomp can use by equipping Groundium Z and Dragonium Z respectively.

Project TFG logo.png This article is part of both Project TFG and Project Sidegames, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon TFG and Sidegames, respectively. Project Sidegames logo.png