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Type
Ground/Steel  
Species Subterrene Pokémon
Abilities Sand Rush
Sand Force
Mold Breaker (Dream World)
Pokédex
None ← 530 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From [[Drilbur]]
Evolves Into None
'Excadrill'
530
(ドリュウズ Doryuuzu)
Doryuuzu2
[[Generation V]]
Evolutionary Line
No evolution line
Gender
Genderless
Weight Height
Pokédex Color Egg Group
<font color=Gray>Gray</font>
Body Style Footprint
F530
Cry

Excadrill (Japanese: ドリュウズ Doryuuzu) is a Ground/Steel-type Generation V Pokémon. It is classified as the Deep Earth Pokémon. It is the evolved form of Drilbur.

Evolution

Excadrill evolves from Drilbur at level 31.

In the anime

See Iris' Excadrill and Clay's Excadrill

Game Info

Game Locations

Excadrill Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Black/White Challenger's Cave, Giant Chasm, Victory Road Rare
Black 2/White 2 Wellspring Cave, Clay Tunnel, Twist Mountain, Reversal Mountain, Seaside Cave, Giant Chasm, Victory Road Common


Pokédex Entries

Pokédex Entries
Black
It can help in tunnel construction. Its drill has evolved into steel strong enough to bore through iron plates.
White
More than 300 feet below the surface, they build mazelike nests. Their activity can be destructive to subway tunnels.
Black 2
Forming a drill with its steel claws and head, it can bore through a steel plate, no matter how thick it is.
White 2
Forming a drill with its steel claws and head, it can bore through a steel plate, no matter how thick it is.
X
Y


Learnset

Leveling Generation VI
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Mud Sport - -% 15 Ground [[Move#Status Status

]]

1 Scratch 40 100% 35 Normal [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

5 Rapid Spin 20 100% 40 Normal [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

8 Mud-Slap 20 100% 10 Ground [[Move#Special Special

]]

12 Fury Swipes 18 80% 15 Normal [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

15 Metal Claw 50 95% 30 Steel [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

19 Dig 80 100% 10 Ground [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

22 Hone Claws - -% 15 Dark [[Move#Status Status

]]

26 Slash 70 100% 20 Normal [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

29 Rock Slide 75 90% 10 Rock [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

31 Horn Drill - 30% 5 Normal [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

36 Earthquake 100 100% 10 Ground [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

42 Swords Dance - -% 30 Normal [[Move#Status Status

]]

49 Sandstorm - -% 10 Rock [[Move#Status Status

]]

55 Drill Run 80 95% 10 Ground [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

62 Fissure - 30% 5 Ground [[Move#Physical Physical

]]

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites

Version
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
X Y Back


Etymology

Its Japanese name is likely a combination of ドリルズ Doriruzu, drills, and 竜 ryū, dragon, the reading of the second kanji on 土竜 mogura, mole, when by itself.

Trivia

  • Excadrill was among eight Pokémon revealed on the show Oha Suta on June 27, 2010. It was officially revealed on the October issue of Coro Coro on September 11, 2010.
  • In an episode of "Best Wishes!", Iris is revealed to have this Pokémon when she sends it out to stop an out of control Scolipede who has Iris' Axew stuck between his antennae. It is very disobedient at her just like Ash's Charizard and Dawn's Mamoswine. It later learns to respect her as its trainer.
  • It appears to be a parallel to Sandslash that it is the first evolved Ground Pokémon in its Pokédex.
  • Excadrill's name is (as is its pre evolved form) form the word Excalibur.
  • Excadrill's name is a combination of the words "excavate" and "drill".

References


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