Blake's Dewott

Blake's Dewott
ラクツのフタチマル Lack-Two's Futachimaru
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Blake's Dewott
Debuts in The Transfer Student
Caught at International Police HQ
Gender Male
Ability Torrent
Nature Serious
Current location With Blake
This Pokémon has not evolved.

Blake's Dewott (Japanese: ラクツのフタチマル Lack-Two's Futachimaru) is a Pokémon that Blake owns in the Pokémon Adventures manga and is his first partner Pokémon. He is level 45 and his Characteristic is that he is "highly persistent."


Dewott and Blake

Prior to the start of the Black 2 & White 2 arc, Dewott was one of the many Pokémon in the International Police Headquarters. One day, Blake was summoned by the Chief of Police to pick out a Pokémon due to not having one despite passing all his exams. Blake claimed not having a Pokémon isn't a problem, as he would rather wait to find one that matches his skills. Quickly after saying this, he noticed Dewott in the back polishing his scalchops and picked him as his partner.

Dewott first appeared in The Transfer Student, where he was standing beside Blake as he was breaking up with Yancy. He later battled in Blake's school tournament and easily advanced Blake to the finals. During the finals, he battled Hugh's Trapinch, defeating it with a Razor Shell. Being the winner, Blake received a Pokédex. Later that night, he helped save Looker from a Scolipede, defeating it in one hit.

In Flying Type, Dewott battled a Genesect sent by Team Plasma. Dewott started off with a powerful Razor Shell, but Genesect took it head-on with little damage. Genesect then charged at the group and Blake jumped on top of it. Using his International Police Arm #15 Record Bubble, Blake sent a message to Dewott, telling him to attack Genesect like he attacked Scolipede, but to use both scalchops instead. Dewott followed his command and went on the offense against Genesect, forcing it to bring out its cannon in order to counter-attack. Genesect then fired its cannon, destroying one of Dewott's scalchops. Despite the loss, Blake was able to find the person controlling Genesect due to Dewott's attacks. After confronting the man, he had Genesect attack Blake with Techno Blast, knocking him off the building they were on. Dewott managed to save Blake, and they ran away to come up with another strategy.

Dewott battling Genesect

Blake soon figured out that Genesect was not owned by Colress and decided to capture it. While trying to capture it, Dewott began attacking it to wear it down. During the battle, Dewott inserted a scalchop into Genesect's drive, and when Colress attempted to switch out its cartridge for another one, it got stuck, allowing Dewott to attack with Aqua Jet. Before he could get there, however, Colress removed it and switched the cartridge. Genesect then hit Dewott with an Electric-type Techno Blast, dealing major damage. During the confusion that followed, Blake hid Dewott with his International Police Arm #2 Invisible Cloth and captured Genesect, forcing Colress to flee.

Dewott battling Tornadus

In Legendary Tornadus, Dewott battled Team Plasma's Tornadus at Route 20. Quickly after the battle started, Tornadus changed into its Therian Forme. After Tornadus dodged a Razor Shell, Blake realized that the Tornadus was faster than his Genesect, and had Dewott try a faster Aqua Jet attack, combined with Dewott's scalchop. With Tornadus still able to evade the Discipline Pokémon's attacks, Blake sent out Kelden to assist Dewott in the fight. Tornadus then focused on capturing Giallo, while Dewott and Kelden worked together to overwhelm the Cyclone Pokémon. To prevent Tornadus from escaping, Blake had Kelden use Icy Wind, followed by Dewott's Razor Shell, freezing it solid. With Tornadus frozen, the Team Plasma Grunts retreated, returning Tornadus to its Poké Ball.

In Therian Forme III, Blake sent out Dewott to battle Colress and Tornadus at Driftveil City. Tornadus blocked Dewott's attacks, allowing Colress to run away with a captured Zinzolin. Not wanting to let his targets get away, Blake had Dewott battle against Tornadus while he chased after Colress. Though Dewott proved to be a powerful opponent, he, Glisott, and Kabutott were eventually defeated by the Shadow Triad and the Forces of Nature. In Deduction Time, Dewott was found unconscious by Looker, who returned him to Blake in The Final Battle: Crushed Ambition.

In The Final Battle: Crushed Ambition, Dewott worked alongside Glisott and Kabutott to track down Colress's Beheeyem, which was carrying a new version of the Colress Machine. With Kelden's help, the four were able to corner the Cerebral Pokémon and destroy the machine. After the battle, Dewott worked alongside other Water-type Pokémon to try and put out the fire on N's Castle. When that proved to not be enough, Dewott, alongside the other eight Unova first partner Pokémon, fired their Pledge moves at the castle.

Personality and characteristics

Dewott polishing one of his scalchops

Dewott is Blake's most trusted partner, and the two share a strong bond. Like Blake, he is very intelligent and is able to strategize without Blake's commands. He holds a strong amount of pride in his ability as a warrior, and due to this, he rarely shows fear. He is very strict and aloof, preferring to be left to himself if possible. Due to being part of the International Police, Dewott is very powerful, being able to easily defeat most of his opponents with little effort, and he can adapt to many different kinds of situations. After every battle, he makes sure to take the time to polish his scalchops.

Moves used

Using Aqua Jet
Move First Used In
Razor Shell The Transfer Student
Aqua Jet Innocent Scientist
Water Pledge The Final Battle: Crushed Ambition
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • Dewott is the only first partner Pokémon owned by a main character in the Pokémon Adventures manga that hasn't been seen in his first evolutionary stage.
    • He is also the first that didn't originally belong to a regional Professor.
  • Dewott is the only Pokémon Blake owns that is not dual-typed or fully evolved.
  • The insert of Volume 54 identifies Dewott as the "Blade" of Blake's team.

See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Dewott.

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