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Type(s)
Water  
Species Discipline Pokémon
Abilities Torrent
Shell Armor (DW)
Pokédex
Oshawott ← 502 → Samurott
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova 008 Kalos N/A
Evolves From Oshawott
Evolves Into Samurott
Dewott
502
フタチマル Futachimaru
502Dewott
Generation V
Evolutionary Line
501502503
Gender
87.5% ♂ / 12.5 % ♀
Weight Height
54.0 lbs. 24.5 kg 2'07" 0.8 m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
Blue Field
Body Style Footprint
Body06
F502
Cry

Dewott (Japanese: フタチマル Futachimaru) is the Water-type Starter Pokémon of the Unova region, evolved from Oshawott.

Biology

Physiology

Dewott is a bipedal otter-like Pokémon. It is mainly light cyan blue in color, with a navy blue apron-like fringe of fur around its thighs that bears two scalchops, which can be removed an used as swords when it battles. It has a black platypus-like tail and small black ears. Its feet and paws are black, with three digits on each. It has a tuft of blue fur sprouting from the back of its head. It has ovular black eyes, four white whiskers, and a round pink nose.

Special Abilities

Dewott fights by using two scalchops instead of one, using them as swords. Its skills are incredible, as it trains so hard to learn flowing double-shalchop techniques. It uses many different forms for using the scalchops in battle.

Behavior

Dewott is often seen with a frown of intense concentration etched on its face. Dewott are very serious and strict Pokémon that never neglect their training. They are very avid when it comes to practicing their dual-scalchop attack techniques.

Habitat

Although extremely rarely found in the wild, Dewott are aquatic Pokémon, most likely found near the sea. This Pokémon lives in the water and can only be found in the Unova region.

Gender differences

None

Evolution

Dewott evolves from Oshawott at level 17. It evolves into Samurott at level 36.

Game data

Statistics

Pokédex Entries

Pokédex Entries
Black
Strict training is how it learns its flowing double-scalchop technique.
White
Scalchop techniques differ from one Dewott to another. It never neglects maintaining its scalchops.
Black 2
As a result of strict training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.
White 2
As a result of strict training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.
X
Strict training is how it learns its flowing double-scalchop technique.
Y
As a result of strict training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.


Locations

Dewott Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Black/White Evolve Oshawott None
Black 2/White 2 Evolve Oshawott. None
X/Y Transfer None


Learnset

Leveling

Leveling Generation V
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Tackle 50 100% 35 Normal Physical
1 Tail Whip 100% 30 Normal Status
1 Water Gun 40 100% 25 Water Special
1 Water Sport - -% 15 Water Status
5 Tail Whip 100% 30 Normal Status
7 Water Gun 40 100% 25 Water Special
11 Water Sport - -% 15 Water Status
13 Focus Energy - -% 30 Normal Status
17 Razor Shell 75 95% 10 Water Physical
20 Fury Cutter 20 95% 20 Bug Physical
25 Water Pulse 60 100% 20 Water Special
28 Revenge 60 100% 10 Fighting Physical
33 Aqua Jet 40 100% 20 Water Physical
36 Encore - 100% 5 Normal Status
41 Aqua Tail 90 90% 10 Water Physical
44 Retaliate 70 100% 5 Normal Physical
49 Swords Dance - -% 30 Normal Status
52 Hydro Pump 120 80% 5 Water Special

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

TM and HM

Egg moves

Tutoring

Special moves

Sprites

Version
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Dewott BW Dewott B2W2 Dewott BW Back
Shiny Dewott BW Shiny Dewott B2W2 Shiny Dewott BW Back
X Y Back
Dewott XY DewottBackXY
DewottShinyXY DewottBackShinyXY


Appearances

File:Futachimaru bw004.jpg

Anime

A Dewott was seen in episode 4 of Pokémon Best Wishes when it was battling another trainer's Servine and won, despite Servine having a Type Advantage. It then battled Ash's Pikachu, but the battle was interrupted.

Cilan's rival, Burgundy, owns a Dewott, as seen in Episode 19. However, it lost to Cilan's Dwebble in battle.

Manga

Other

In PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, Dewott appears in the Cove Town as one of the trainers. After Oshawott defeats him in battle, he becomes Oshawott's teacher.

Trivia

  • Dewott was first seen on a Beta artwork of the Pocket Monsters Best Wishes anime series along with Servine, Woobat, and Axew. On September 1, 2010, an image containing all of the evolutions of the starter Pokémon was shown on a Japanese forum. It was officially revealed on the October issue of CoroCoro on September 11, 2010.
  • The tuft of fur on Dewott's head may become the shell atop Samurott's head when it evolves.

Origin

Dewott is based on a sea otter, with samurai traits.

Etymology

Dewott's English name is likely derived from "dew" (due to its Water element), "dual" (on account of its two scalchops), and "otter."

Names in other languages

Dewott's Japanese name, Futachimaru, could possibly originate from "fu" as in Kung Fu (since it carries the design of a Kung Fu warrior with a shield around its waist and tuft of fur atop its head), chi from chibi (since that's a Japanese style of drawing and Dewott's eyes resemble chibi style) and "maru" to have its name similar to Mijumaru, or Oshawott, its pre-evolution. It's also possible that it comes from Futachi, "two" in Japanese, and "maru", just to match Mijumaru.

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