Goh's Greedent

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Goh's Greedent
ゴウのヨクバリス Go's Yokubarisu
Poké Ball
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Goh's Greedent
Debuts in The Climb to Be the Very Best!
Caught at Wyndon
Evolves in Crowning the Chow Crusher!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location In rotation
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This Pokémon spent 34 episodes as Skwovet.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Skwovet Noriaki Kanze Michele Knotz
As Greedent Noriaki Kanze Unknown

Goh's Greedent (Japanese: ゴウのヨクバリス Go's Yokubarisu) is the second Pokémon that Goh caught in the Galar region, and his twenty-fourth overall.

History

As a Skwovet

In The Climb to Be the Very Best!, Goh encountered Greedent as a Skwovet while in Wyndon. He and Ash were enjoying scones when he noticed Skwovet eating one of Ash's. Upon seeing this, Goh immediately threw a Poké Ball and caught it.

In Panic in the Park!, panic erupted amongst Goh's Pokémon at Cerise Laboratory when there was a food shortage. Working with Cubone, Skwovet enlisted Golurk to stop the other Pokémon from fighting. Instead, this resulted in Golurk's seal falling off, which caused Golurk to go berserk. Skwovet helped put the seal back on before helping to protect the three Cascoon from the flood caused by Golurk's rampage, allowing them to evolve into Dustox. The next day, Skwovet was revealed to be the culprit behind the shortage, as it had been taking the food and storing it in a cave in secret.

In Crowning the Chow Crusher!, Goh entered Skwovet in the Pokémon Grand Eating Contest. It reached the top three, going up against a Blaziken and Morpeko. After Blaziken refused to eat the Torchic-shaped manjū and Morpeko sent Team Rocket blasting off, Skwovet evolved into Greedent, allowing it to eat enough food to win the competition.

In Take My Thief! Please!, Greedent had another run-in with its rival Morpeko when it arrived at Cerise Laboratory. The two ended up fighting over the food of the other Pokémon residing in Cerise Park. The two are pacified by Raichu delivering them a large amount of Berries.

In A One-Stick Wonder!, Goh used Greedent to train a wild Thwackey alongside Ash's Pokémon. Goh used Greedent's Bullet Seed move so that Thwackey could hit it with his branch.

Personality and characteristics

Greedent and Goh
Greedent and its rival Morpeko

Typical of its species, Greedent is gluttonous and likes to store food, such as in Panic in the Park!, where it, as a Skwovet, stored all of the food at Cerise Laboratory. Its gluttony can cause it to be selfish and shortsighted, as it ended up storing the food of the other Pokémon with little concern for the consequences. Even after this caused a hunger panic, it didn't seem to realize it should give back the food and even continued to store food after the problem was solved. However, this gluttony can cause determination to spark in the Greedy Pokémon, as shown when it kept eating the Torchic manjū and evolved during the Pokémon Grand Eating Contest.

At the Laboratory, Greedent is part of the group of small Pokémon that formed near Golurk. It even helped the rest of the group put the Automaton Pokémon's seal back on its chest to stop its rampage. During this period, Greedent became friends with Goh's Cubone.

Moves used

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Using Bullet Seed
Move First Used In
Bullet Seed Crowning the Chow Crusher!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Artwork

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Artwork for Merry Christmas 2021[1] Artwork from "After the story"'[2] Artwork from "After the story" [3]
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Artwork from "After the story" [4] Artwork from "After the story" [5]

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Skwovet and Greedent.

References