Gigantamax

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search

Gigantamax (Japanese: キョダイマックス Kyodaimax) is a special kind of Dynamax introduced in Generation VIII. Like other Dynamaxing, Gigantamaxing increases a Pokémon's size drastically and increasing their stats in battle. Only certain species of Pokémon can Gigantamax, and when they do, their appearance changes significantly, unlike regular Dynamaxing.

Even within species that are capable of Gigantamaxing, only certain individuals can Gigantamax. When an individual Pokémon capable of Gigantamaxing Dynamaxes, it Gigantamaxes; other individuals of the same species Dynamax as normal. Pokémon capable of Gigantamaxing can be caught in Max Raid Battles, but are rare.

In their Gigantamax form (Japanese: キョダイマックスのすがた), Pokémon can use a G-Max Move. Each G-Max Move is exclusive to a specific species of Gigantamax Pokémon. All of a Gigantamax Pokémon's moves of a certain type turn into G-Max Moves.

Gigantamax Pokémon

Pokémon Before Gigantamax After Gigantamax G-Max Move
Image Type Ability Height Weight Image Ability Height Weight
Corviknight Corviknight  Flying  Steel  Pressure or
Unnerve
7'03" (2.2 m) 165.3 lbs. (75.0 kg) Gigantamax Corviknight Pressure or
Unnerve
45'11"+ (14.0 m+)  ??? G-Max Wind Rage
(Flying-type moves)
Drednaw Drednaw  Water  Rock  Strong Jaw or
Shell Armor
3'03" (1.0 m) 254.6 lbs. (115.5 kg) Gigantamax Drednaw Strong Jaw or
Shell Armor
78'9"+ (24.0 m+)  ??? G-Max Stonesurge
(Water-type moves)
Alcremie Alcremie  Fairy  Sweet Veil 1'00" (0.3 m) 1.1 lbs. (0.5 kg) Gigantamax Alcremie Sweet Veil 98'5"+ (30.0 m+)  ??? G-Max Finale
(Fairy-type moves)

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 超極巨化 Chīu Gihkgeuihfa
Mandarin 超極巨化 / 超极巨化 Chāo Jíjùhuà
France Flag.png French Gigamax
Germany Flag.png German Gigadynamax
Italy Flag.png Italian Gigamax
South Korea Flag.png Korean 거다이맥스 Geodaimax
Russia Flag.png Russian Гигантамакс Gigantamaks
Spain Flag.png Spanish Gigamax

See also


Project Games logo.png This game mechanic article is part of Project Games, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon games.