Stoutland (anime)

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ムーランド Mooland
Stoutland anime.png
Debuts in That's Why the Litten is a Scamp!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Deceased
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Stoutland Unknown Marc Thompson

Stoutland (Japanese: ムーランド Mooland) is a recurring Pokémon character who appeared in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. It was a friend of Ash's Litten, who it took care of, prior to Ash catching Litten.


Stoutland and Litten

Stoutland was a friend of a wild Litten that wandered around Melemele Island. It was an elderly Pokémon that Litten looked out for, by giving it food and keeping it company. Ash intended to catch Litten, but he gave up when he discovered the Pokémon giving food and company to Stoutland.

In They Might Not Be Giants!, Stoutland and Litten moved under a canal bridge. It encountered Ash's Rowlet and Lana's Popplio when the two had become separated from their Trainers and instructed a reluctant Litten to guide them back.

In One Journey Ends, Another Begins..., Stoutland was visibly worse in condition and coughing constantly. It attempted to teach Litten Fire Fang by demonstrating it, but Litten ended up hurting itself when it attempted to bite a rock. Stoutland later collapsed, and Litten ran off to get Ash's help, who proceeded to carry it to a Pokémon Center. Stoutland was taken into the center's emergency room and hooked up to an electrocardiogram as it was attended to by the center's Nurse Joy and her Blissey and Comfey. Nurse Joy came out to the waiting room to inform Ash that Stoutland was not ill or injured, and Litten rushed through the open door to check on Stoutland while the two humans agreed that they knew what was going to happen.

Stoutland briefly reuniting with Torracat

Stoutland later left the Pokémon Center and returned to its home under the bridge with Litten, unsuccessfully attempting to teach it Fire Fang again and falling asleep during Litten's turn. After curling up into Stoutland afterwards, Litten awoke in fear after a dream where it was unable to keep up with Stoutland and discovered it had disappeared. Stoutland's disappearance and Litten's unsuccessful search for it coincided with a heavy rainstorm. After being found by Ash, Litten chased a tree's last leaf when it was blown away by the wind after the rain stopped and spotted a cloud formation shaped like Stoutland smiling down upon it.

Stoutland briefly reappeared in a flashback in Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!.

In Memories in the Mist!, Stoutland appeared as a ghost inside Tapu Fini's mist, confirming that it had passed away during or after the events of One Journey Ends, Another Begins.... It was briefly reunited with Torracat, who proudly demonstrated its moves to its mentor. Stoutland helped Torracat to upgrade its Ember into Fire Blast before the mist was lifted and the Big-Hearted Pokémon departed back into the afterlife.

Personality and characteristics

A caring Pokémon, Stoutland got Litten to help return Ash's Rowlet and Lana's Popplio to their respective Trainers, despite Litten's reluctance to do so. Stoutland is shown to be kind and helpful in One Journey Ends, Another Begins...; before it disappeared, it was teaching Litten how to use Fire Fang.

Moves used

Stoutland Fire Fang.png
Using Fire Fang
Move First Used In
Fire Fang One Journey Ends, Another Begins...
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • Stoutland is one of a few Pokémon in the anime who perished in the present day and were never brought back to life. It is also the first to perish during the series itself rather than a movie, and the only one to die of old age.

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For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Stoutland.

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