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'''Bronzong''' is the evolved form of [[Bronzor]] as of level 33.
'''Bronzong''' is evolved from [[Bronzor]] at level 33 and does not evolve further.
==Game Info==
==Game Info==

Revision as of 23:55, April 25, 2013

[[File:Type Steel/Psychic.gif|link=Steel/Psychic type]]  
Species Bronze Bell Pokémon
Abilities Levitate
None ← 437 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves from [[Bronzor]]
Evolves into None
(ドータクン Dohtakun)
[[Generation IV]]
Evolutionary line
No evolution line
Weight Height
Pokédex color Egg group
<font color=Green>Green</font>
Shape Footprint

Bronzong (Japanese: ドータクン Dohtakun) is a Steel/Psychic-type Pokémon. One of these Pokémon caused a news sensation when it was dug up at a construction site after a 2000-year sleep.

Revered as a bringer of rain by people thousands of years ago, this Pokémon is said to have summoned rain clouds by opening portals to another world. For this reason, it was revered as the bringer of plentiful harvests.

Bronzong's natural abilities cause it to have only one type disadvantage being that Levitate makes Bronzong untargetable by ground type moves and Heatproof makes fire type moves only do half the damage.


Bronzong is evolved from Bronzor at level 33 and does not evolve further.

Game Info


Bronzong Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Diamond/Pearl Turnback Cave, Mt. Coronet Common
Platinum Turnback Cave, Mt. Coronet Uncommon
HeartGold/SoulSilver Safari Zone Rare
Black/White Abundant Shrine Rare

Side Game Locations

Bronzong Locations
Game(s) Location
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Evolve from Bronzor
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Hippowdon Temple

Pokédex Entries



Bronzong resembles (and is likely based on) an ancient Chinese instrument called the Bianzhong, which consists of several large bronze bells. It's name also seems to come from the words "bronze", as it is what most bells are made of, and "Gong", as they act similar to bells.


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