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Type
Rock/Ground  
Species Rock Pokémon
Abilities Rock Head
Sturdy
Sand Veil (Dream World)
Pokédex
None ← 074 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From None
Evolves Into [[Graveler]]
'Geodude'
074
(イシツブテ Ishitsubute )
Geodude
[[Generation I]]
Evolutionary Line
No evolution line
Gender
Genderless
Weight Height
Pokédex Color Egg Group
<font color=Brown>Brown</font>
Body Style Footprint
F074
Cry

Geodude (Japanese: イシツブテ Ishitsubute) is a Rock/Ground-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

Biology

This Pokémon has a rock for a head, no nose, and two long arms that start with a bulging muscle and end with rock hands resembling a human's.

Special abilities

Geodude can have the ability Rock Head or the ability Sturdy. Rock Head prevents Geodude from suffering recoil damage from using attacks like Double-Edge. Sturdy causes all OHKO moves to be negated. Geodude most frequently are found in fields and on mountains. People step or trip on them from time to time, mistaking them for rocks. Its arms are so strong that it can use them to climb mountains. Rhyperior sometimes accidentally shoot Geodude from their cannon-like arms.

Evolution

'Ge'dude evolves into Graveler at level 25.

In the anime

Geodude is a recurring character in the Pokémon anime. It first appeared in the fifth episode, "Showdown in Pewter City ," used by Gym Leader Brock to battle Ash. Brock became a travel companion of Ash and owned Geodude for the first five seasons. Navel Island Gym Leader Danny, Rustboro City Gym Leader Roxanne and Oreburgh city Gym Leader Roark have also used Geodude. In the anime, Geodude is able to levitate above the ground.

Game info

Game locations

Geodude Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Red/Blue Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, and Victory Road Uncommon
Yellow Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, and Victory Road Common
Gold/Silver Routes 45, 46, Mt. Mortar, Union Cave, Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel Common
Crystal Routes 45, 46, Mt. Mortar, Union Cave, Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel Common
Ruby/ Sapphire Routes 111, 114, Victory Road, Safari Zone, Granite Cave Common
Emerald Routes 111, 114, Granite Cave, Magma Hideout, Victory Road, Safari Zone Common
FireRed/ LeafGreen One Island, Seven Island, Victory Road, Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Cerulean Cave Common
Diamond/ Pearl Routes 206, 207, 210, 214, and 215, Oreburgh Gate, Maniac Tunnel, Oreburgh Mine, Mt. Coronet Common
Platinum Routes 206, 207, 210, 214, Oreburgh Gate, Maniac Tunnel, Oreburgh Mine, Mt. Coronet Common
HeartGold/SoulSilver Routes 45 and 46, Union Cave, Dark Cave, Ruins of Alph, Mt. Mortar, Cliff Cave, Victory Road, Rock Tunnel, Mt. Moon, Cerulean Cave Common
Black/White Breed Graveler None


Side game locations

Geodude Locations
Game(s) Location
Pokémon Snap Valley
Pokémon Channel Viridian Forest
Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire Wilderness (Sapphire Field)
Pokémon Trozei! Phobos Drill,
Endless Level 24,
Forever Level 24,
Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Mt. Steel (5F-8F)
Buried Relic (16F-20F)
Wish Cave (12F-14F)
Southern Cavern (1F-6F)
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Mt. Bristle (1F-9F)
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Marine Cave,
Peril Cliffs
Pokémon Rumble Rocky Cave


Pokédex Entries

Pokédex Entries
Red
Blue
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Yellow
Commonly found near mountain trails, etc. If you step on one by accident, it gets angry.
Gold
Most people may not notice, but a closer look should reveal that there are many Geodude around.
Silver
It uses its arms to steadily climb steep mountain paths. It swings its fists around if angered.
Crystal
Proud of their sturdy bodies, they bash against each other in a contest to prove whose is harder.
Ruby
The longer a Geodude lives, the more its edges are chipped and worn away, making it more rounded in appearance. However, this Pokémon's heart will remain hard, craggy, and rough always.
Sapphire
When Geodude sleeps deeply, it buries itself halfway into the ground. It will not awaken even if hikers step on it unwittingly. In the morning, this Pokémon rolls downhill in search of food.
Emerald
It climbs mountain paths using only the power of its arms. Because they look just like boulders lining paths, hikers may step on them without noticing.
FireRed
Its round form makes it easy to pick up. Some people have used them to hurl at each other in a snowball fight.
LeafGreen
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Diamond
Many live on mountain trails and remain half buried while keeping an eye on climbers.
Pearl
It is impossible to distinguish from rocks. It slams against others in contests of hardness.
Platinum
At rest, it looks just like a rock. Carelessly stepping on it will make it swing its fists angrily.
HeartGold
Most people may not notice, but a closer look should reveal that there are many Geodude around.
SoulSilver
It uses its arms to steadily climb steep mountain paths. It swings its fists around if angered.
Black
At rest, it looks just like a rock. Carelessly stepping on it will make it swing its fists angrily.
White
At rest, it looks just like a rock. Carelessly stepping on it will make it swing its fists angrily.
Black 2
White 2
X
Y


Side game data

Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia
No. Pokémon Group Field Move Poké Assist
R-041 PR Geodude Sprite Geodude Rock SOA Crush 1 Crush 1 SOA Rock Rock
Capture Points* On Sight**
126 Disguised as Chunky Rock, runs away.
Browser Entry
It hurls stones to attack.
* - This is the amount of points required to capture the Pokémon (excluding boss Pokémon).
** - This is the reaction of the Pokémon when players approach it.


Trivia

  • It is the first Rock Pokémon in the National Dex.
  • Despite being called Geodude, it has an equal chance of being male or female.

References


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