Rhyperior (Duel 186)

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Rhyperior
ドサイドン Dosidon
RhyperiorDuel186.png
Evolution stage 3
Figure name Rhyperior
Move Points 1
Types
Ground Rock
Rarity EX
Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur
Version 3.0.5
ID 186
Time Booster League Champion
Special Time Boosters Time Booster (Orange), Time Booster (Moss), Time Booster (Spring)
Locked Booster Yes
Material Exchange 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Rhyperior.

Rhyperior (Japanese: ドサイドン Dosidon) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 3.0.5.

Abilities

Version 7.0.10

Reckless Charge とつげき
This Pokémon can move up to 2 steps in a straight line.


Version 3.0.5-7.0.9

None


Data Disk

Version 7.0.10

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 Continental Crush ワールズエンドフォール 96 pt.
★★★★
The battle opponent and opposing Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent gain Wait 9.
Rock Wrecker がんせきほう 28 pt.
★★
Knock out 1 of your opponent's Pokémon within 2 steps. If this Pokémon is using the Long Barrel plate, knock out one of your opponent's Pokémon within 3 steps.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
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Bulldozer ブルドーザー 28 pt.
This Pokémon knocks the battle opponent one step back and claims its previous spot.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Rock Blast ロックブラスト 28 pt.
100x
Spin again until Rock Blast does not land - damage is multiplied by the number of Rock Blast spins.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
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 7.0.0-7.0.9

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 Continental Crush ワールズエンドフォール 96 pt.
★★★★
The battle opponent and opposing Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent gain Wait 9.
Rock Wrecker がんせきほう 28 pt.
★★
Knock out 1 of your opponent's Flying-type Pokémon within 2 steps. (When using the Long Barrel plate: "Knock out 1 of your opponent's Fire-, Ice-, Flying-, or Bug-type Pokémon that are 2 or 3 steps away.)
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Bulldozer ブルドーザー 28 pt.
This Pokémon knocks the battle opponent one step back and claims its previous spot.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Rock Blast ロックブラスト 28 pt.
100x
Spin again until Rock Blast does not land - damage is multiplied by the number of Rock Blast spins.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
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 3.0.5-6.2.11

Rock Wrecker がんせきほう 28 pt.
★★
Knock out 1 of your opponent's Flying-type Pokémon within 2 steps. (When using the Long Barrel plate: "Knock out 1 of your opponent's Fire-, Ice-, Flying-, or Bug-type Pokémon that are 2 or 3 steps away.)
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Bulldozer ブルドーザー 28 pt.
This Pokémon knocks the battle opponent one step back and claims its previous spot.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Rock Blast ロックブラスト 28 pt.
100x
Spin again until Rock Blast does not land - damage is multiplied by the number of Rock Blast spins.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
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

Rock Wrecker and Rock Blast are moves in the Pokémon games that Rhyperior can learn. Tectonic Rage and Continental Crush are Z-Moves in the games that Rhyperior can use by equipping Groundium Z and Rockium Z, respectively.

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