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{{PokéBox
 
{{PokéBox
|backcolor = {{Steel}}
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|name=Klink
|name = '''Klink'''
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|jname=ギアル Gear
|jname = (''ギアル Gear'')
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|ndex=599
|image = 599Klink.png
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|ndexprev=Ferrothorn
|ndex = 599
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|ndexnext=Klang
|evofrom = None
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|dexunova={{tt|105|Black & White}}/{{tt|130|Black 2 & White 2}}
|evointo = [[Klang]]
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|evointo=Klang
|gen = [[Generation V]]
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|gen=Generation V
|pronun = <math>CLINK</math>
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|species=Gear Pokémon
|hp = 50
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|type=Steel
|atk = 45
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|metheight=0.3 m
|def = 70
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|imheight=1'00"
|satk = 45
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|metweight=21.0 kg
|sdef = 60
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|imweight=46.3 lbs.
|spd = 30
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|ability=[[Plus]]<br />[[Minus]]
|total = 300
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|dw=Clear Body
|species = Gear Pokémon
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|body=11
|type = {{Type|Steel}}
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|egg1=Mineral
|height = 0.3 m
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|color=Gray
|weight = 2.1 kg
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|evo=[[File:599.png]][[File:600.png|link=Klang]][[File:601.png|link=Klinklang]]}}
|ability = [[Minus]]<br>[[Plus]]
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'''Klink''' (Japanese: '''ギアル''' ''Gear'') is a {{Type|Steel}}-[[Types|type]] [[Pokémon (creature)|Pokémon]] introduced in [Generation V]].
|color = <span style="color:grey;">'''Gray'''</span>
 
|gender = <span class="genderless">Genderless</span>
 
}}
 
'''Klink''' (Japanese: '''ギアル''' ''Gear'') is a {{Type|Steel}}-[[Types|type]] [[Generation V]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]], classified as the Gear Pokémon. Its [[ability]] is either [[Plus]] or [[Minus]].
 
   
==Appearance==
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==Biology==
They look a bit similar to Magnemite and Magneton.
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===Physiology===
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Klink is a small two-headed metallic Pokémon that resembles a set of gears. It slightly resembles [[Magnemite]] and [[Magneton]], except it appears to consist of two spinning gears. Both gears are identical, and have an X for the right eye. Each gear's other eye is open and round with a black pupil, and it has a greenish dome-shaped center that appears to be its nose, and a round open mouth.
   
 
==Evolution==
 
==Evolution==
Klink evolves into [[Klang]] at level 38, then into [[Klinklang]] at level 49.
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'''Klink''' [[Evolution|evolves]] into [[Klang]] at level 38, then into [[Klinklang]] at level 49.
   
 
==Game Info==
 
==Game Info==
 
===Game Locations===
 
===Game Locations===
 
{{Game Locations
 
{{Game Locations
|pokemon=Klink
 
 
|backcolor={{Steel}}
 
|backcolor={{Steel}}
 
|blackwhite=[[Chargestone Cave]], [[P2 Laboratory]]
 
|blackwhite=[[Chargestone Cave]], [[P2 Laboratory]]
 
|bwrarity=Uncommon
 
|bwrarity=Uncommon
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|xy=Trade
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|xyrarity=None
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
===Pokédex Entries===
 
===Pokédex Entries===
 
{{GenVPokédex
 
{{GenVPokédex
|name=Klink
 
 
|backcolor={{Steel}}
 
|backcolor={{Steel}}
 
|black=The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.
 
|black=The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.
 
|white=Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
 
|white=Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
}}
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|black 2=Two bodies comprise a fixed pair. They spin around each other to generate electricity.
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|white 2=Two bodies comprise a fixed pair. They spin around each other to generate electricity.
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|x=Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
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|y=The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.}}
   
 
===Learnset===
 
===Learnset===
{{Movessettop
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{{Movessettop|type=Steel}}
|backcolor={{Steel}}
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{{Movessetmid|1|[[ViceGrip]]|55|100|30|Normal|Physical}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|6|[[Charge]]|–|–|20|Electric|Status}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|11|[[Thundershock]]|40|100|30|Electric|Special}}
|1|[[ViceGrip]]|55|100|30|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Physical}}
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{{Movessetmid|16|'''[[Gear Grind]]'''|50|85|15|Steel|Physical}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|21|[[Bind]]|15|85|20|Normal|Physical}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|26|[[Charge Beam]]|50|90|10|Electric|Special}}
|6|[[Charge]]|-|-|20|{{type|Electric}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
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{{Movessetmid|31|[[Autotomize]]|||15|Steel|Status}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|36|'''[[Mirror Shot]]'''|65|85|10|Steel|Special}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|39|[[Screech]]|–|85|40|Normal|Status}}
|11|[[Thundershock]]|40|100|30|{{type|Electric}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
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{{Movessetmid|42|[[Discharge]]|80|100|15|Electric|Special}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|45|[[Metal Sound]]|–|85|40|Steel|Status}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|48|[[Shift Gear]]|–|–|10|Steel|Status}}
|16|'''[[Gear Grind]]'''|50|85|15|{{type|Steel}}|{{Damage Category|Physical}}
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{{Movessetmid|51|[[Lock-On]]|||5|Normal|Status}}
}}
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{{Movessetmid|54|[[Zap Cannon]]|120|50|5|Electric|Special}}
{{Movessetmid
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{{Movessetmid|57|[[Hyper Beam]]|150|90|5|Normal|Special}}
|21|[[Bind]]|15|85|20|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Physical}}
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{{Movessetend|type=Steel}}
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|26|[[Charge Beam]]|50|90|10|{{type|Electric}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|31|[[Autotomize]]|-|-|15|{{type|Steel}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|36|'''[[Mirror Shot]]'''|65|85|10|{{type|Steel}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|39|[[Screech]]|-|85|40|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|42|[[Discharge]]|80|100|15|{{type|Electric}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|45|[[Metal Sound]]|-|85|40|{{type|Steel}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|48|[[Shift Gear]]|-|-|10|{{type|Steel}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|51|[[Lock-On]]|-|-|5|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Status}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|54|[[Zap Cannon]]|120|50|5|{{type|Electric}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetmid
 
|57|[[Hyper Beam]]|150|90|5|{{type|Normal}}|{{Damage Category|Special}}
 
}}
 
{{Movessetend
 
|backcolor={{Steel}}
 
}}
 
   
 
===Sprites===
 
===Sprites===
 
{{GenVPokéSprites
 
{{GenVPokéSprites
 
|bgcolor={{Steel}}
 
|bgcolor={{Steel}}
|name = Klink
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|bwspr = Klink BW.gif
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|bwsprs = Shiny Klink BW.gif
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|b2w2spr =
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|b2w2sprs =
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|Vback =Klink_BW_Back.gif
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|Vbacks =Shiny Klink BW Back.gif
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|xyspr=KlinkXY.gif
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|xysprs=KlinkShinyXY.gif
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|VIback=KlinkBackXY.gif
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|VIbacks=KlinkBackShinyXY.gif
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Klink is currently the only Pokémon aside from one which has modified its natural ability to be able to power up a Plusle or Minun in battle, having the ability to have either Plus or Minus, previously exclusive to the two.
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*Klink is currently the only Pokémon aside from one which has modified its natural ability to be able to power up a [[Plusle]] or [[Minun]] in battle, having the ability to have either Plus or Minus, previously exclusive to the two.
* This Pokémon was revealed along with six other Pokémon in July's issue of CoroCoro on June 11, 2010, making one of the first regular Pokémon announced for the 5th Generation.
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*This Pokémon was revealed along with six other Pokémon in July's issue of CoroCoro on June 11, 2010, making one of the first regular Pokémon announced for the 5th Generation.
* Klink and its family are currently the only pure {{Type|Steel}}-type Pokémon related by evolution.
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*Klink and its family are currently the only pure {{Type|Steel}}-type Pokémon related by evolution.
* Along with [[Dratini]], [[Larvitar]], [[Remoraid]], and [[Trapinch]], Klink is one of the few basic-stage Pokémon to learn Hyper Beam.
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*Along with [[Dratini]], [[Larvitar]], [[Remoraid]], and [[Trapinch]], Klink is one of the few basic-stage Pokémon able to learn [[Hyper Beam]].
* Klink seems to be the only Pokémon [[N]] uses in more than one battle. He uses Klink once and [[Klinklang]] in the final battle against him. All of his other Pokémon, he used once and released.
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*Klink seems to be the only Pokémon [[N]] uses in more than one battle. He uses Klink once and [[Klinklang]] in the final battle against him. All of his other Pokémon, he used once and released.
*Klink and its evolutions share many characteristics with the [[Magnemite]] family.
 
 
*Klink for some reason is the currently the only pure {{Type|Steel}}-type Pokémon that can learn {{Type|Electric}}-type attacks.
 
*Klink for some reason is the currently the only pure {{Type|Steel}}-type Pokémon that can learn {{Type|Electric}}-type attacks.
 
*For some reason, Prof. Juniper's father praises the player for finding a Klink in the Chargestone Cave even though Klink are quite common and some trainers, including N, use a Klink in the cave.
 
*For some reason, Prof. Juniper's father praises the player for finding a Klink in the Chargestone Cave even though Klink are quite common and some trainers, including N, use a Klink in the cave.
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*Klink represents June on the Unova Horoscope.
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===Origin===
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Klink is based on a set of gears.
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===Etymology===
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Klink's name is based on the word "clink", a metallic sound. It might also include the word "link" as the gears are powerfully linked together, generating the energy they need to live.
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==Gallery==
   
 
{{References|klink|599}}
 
{{References|klink|599}}
{{PokémonPrevNext|prev=Ferrothorn|next=Klang}}
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{{GenVnav}}{{Family|[[File:599.png]][[File:600.png|link=Klang]][[File:601.png|link=Klinklang]]}}{{PokémonPrevNext|prev=Ferrothorn|next=Klang}}
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[[ko:기어르 (포켓몬)]]
 
[[ko:기어르 (포켓몬)]]
[[Category:Steel Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Mineral group Pokémon]]
 
 
[[Category:Small Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Small Pokémon]]
[[Category:Gray Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Pokémon that are part of a three-stage evolutionary line]]
[[Category:Pokémon Black and White]]
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[[Category:Light Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 21:16, August 17, 2014

Type(s)
Type Steel  
Species Gear Pokémon
Abilities Plus
Minus
Clear Body (DW)
Pokédex
Ferrothorn ← 599 → Klang
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova 105/130 Kalos N/A
Evolves From None
Evolves Into Klang
Klink
599
ギアル Gear
599Klink
Generation V
Evolutionary Line
599600601
Gender
Genderless
Weight Height
46.3 lbs. 21.0 kg 1'00" 0.3 m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
Gray Mineral
Body Style Footprint
Body11
F599
Cry

Klink (Japanese: ギアル Gear) is a Steel-type Pokémon introduced in [Generation V]].

BiologyEdit

PhysiologyEdit

Klink is a small two-headed metallic Pokémon that resembles a set of gears. It slightly resembles Magnemite and Magneton, except it appears to consist of two spinning gears. Both gears are identical, and have an X for the right eye. Each gear's other eye is open and round with a black pupil, and it has a greenish dome-shaped center that appears to be its nose, and a round open mouth.

EvolutionEdit

Klink evolves into Klang at level 38, then into Klinklang at level 49.

Game InfoEdit

Game LocationsEdit

Klink Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Black/White Chargestone Cave, P2 Laboratory Uncommon
X/Y Trade None


Pokédex EntriesEdit

Pokédex Entries
Black
The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.
White
Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
Black 2
Two bodies comprise a fixed pair. They spin around each other to generate electricity.
White 2
Two bodies comprise a fixed pair. They spin around each other to generate electricity.
X
Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
Y
The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.


LearnsetEdit

Leveling Generation VI
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 ViceGrip 55 100% 30 Normal Physical
6 Charge –% 20 Electric Status
11 Thundershock 40 100% 30 Electric Special
16 Gear Grind 50 85% 15 Steel Physical
21 Bind 15 85% 20 Normal Physical
26 Charge Beam 50 90% 10 Electric Special
31 Autotomize –% 15 Steel Status
36 Mirror Shot 65 85% 10 Steel Special
39 Screech 85% 40 Normal Status
42 Discharge 80 100% 15 Electric Special
45 Metal Sound 85% 40 Steel Status
48 Shift Gear –% 10 Steel Status
51 Lock-On –% 5 Normal Status
54 Zap Cannon 120 50% 5 Electric Special
57 Hyper Beam 150 90% 5 Normal 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.

SpritesEdit

Version
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Klink BW Klink BW Back
Shiny Klink BW Shiny Klink BW Back
X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire Back
KlinkXY [[File:{{{orasspr}}}]] KlinkBackXY
[[File:{{{orassprf}}}]]
KlinkShinyXY [[File:{{{orassprs}}}]] KlinkBackShinyXY
[[File:{{{orassprfs}}}]]

TriviaEdit

  • Klink is currently the only Pokémon aside from one which has modified its natural ability to be able to power up a Plusle or Minun in battle, having the ability to have either Plus or Minus, previously exclusive to the two.
  • This Pokémon was revealed along with six other Pokémon in July's issue of CoroCoro on June 11, 2010, making one of the first regular Pokémon announced for the 5th Generation.
  • Klink and its family are currently the only pure Steel-type Pokémon related by evolution.
  • Along with Dratini, Larvitar, Remoraid, and Trapinch, Klink is one of the few basic-stage Pokémon able to learn Hyper Beam.
  • Klink seems to be the only Pokémon N uses in more than one battle. He uses Klink once and Klinklang in the final battle against him. All of his other Pokémon, he used once and released.
  • Klink for some reason is the currently the only pure Steel-type Pokémon that can learn Electric-type attacks.
  • For some reason, Prof. Juniper's father praises the player for finding a Klink in the Chargestone Cave even though Klink are quite common and some trainers, including N, use a Klink in the cave.
  • Klink represents June on the Unova Horoscope.

OriginEdit

Klink is based on a set of gears.

EtymologyEdit

Klink's name is based on the word "clink", a metallic sound. It might also include the word "link" as the gears are powerfully linked together, generating the energy they need to live.

GalleryEdit

SourcesEdit


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