Gapejaw Bog

Gapejaw Bog 大口の沼
Widemouth Bog
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Gapejaw Bog LA.png
Map description:
Location: Center Crimson Mirelands
Region: Hisui
Generations: VIII
File:Hisui Gapejaw Bog Map.png
Location of Gapejaw Bog in Hisui.
Pokémon world locations

The Gapejaw Bog (Japanese: 大口 Widemouth Swamp) is an area in the Crimson Mirelands of Hisui.

Geography

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Pokémon

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# Pokémon Levels Time of day Weather Presence of
Fixed Alpha
054   Psyduck 17-24 All All
074   Geodude 18-24 All All
075   Graveler 18-28 All All
092   Gastly 6-24 Night All
093   Haunter 11-27 Night All
114   Tangela 19-28 All All
193   Yanma 21-30 Morning
Day
Evening
All
280   Ralts 16-22 All All
315   Roselia 16-28 All All
339   Barboach 19-29 All All
340   Whiscash 26-49 All All
399   Bidoof 11-14 All All
400   Bibarel 11-14 All All
406   Budew 16-24 Morning
Day
Evening
All
412   Burmy
Sandy Cloak
? All All
413   Wormadam
Sandy Cloak
? All All
420   Cherubi ? All All
421   Cherrim ? All All
455   Carnivine 17-44 All All
465   Tangrowth 30-32 All All  

Items

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In the TCG

 
Gapejaw Bog in the TCG
Main article: Gapejaw Bog (Astral Radiance 142)

Gapejaw Bog was introduced as a Stadium card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sword & Shield Series (the Japanese Sword & Shield Era). It was first released in the Japanese Time Gazer expansion and the English Astral Radiance expansion, with artwork by Oswaldo KATO. It allows the players to put two damage counters on every Basic Pokémon that is moved from their hand onto their Bench.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 大嘴沼澤 Daaihjéui Jíujaahk
Mandarin 大嘴沼澤 / 大嘴沼泽 Dàzuǐ Zhǎozé
  French Marais Bouchebée
  German Großmaulmoor
  Italian Palude Boccalarga
  Korean 큰입 늪 Keun-ip Neup
  Brazilian Portuguese Brejo Gapejaw
  Spanish Ciénaga Bocazas




Hisui
         
Settlements
Jubilife VillageDiamond SettlementPearl SettlementAncient Retreat
Obsidian Fieldlands
Aspiration HillFloaro GardensHorseshoe PlainsGrueling GroveWorn BridgeDeertrack PathDeertrack Heights
Windswept RunNature's PantryTidewater DamThe HeartwoodGrandtree ArenaOreburrow TunnelObsidian Falls
Ramanas IslandSandgem FlatsLake Verity
Crimson Mirelands
Golden LowlandsGapejaw BogHolm of TrialsUrsa's RingSludge MoundScarlet BogSolaceon RuinsCloudpool Ridge
Shrouded RuinsDiamond HeathBolderoll SlopeCottonsedge PrairieDroning MeadowLake ValorBrava Arena
Cobalt Coastlands
Crossing SlopeGinkgo LandingAipom HillBathers' LagoonHideaway BayDeadwood HauntTombolo Walk
Sand's ReachTranquility CoveCastaway ShoreWindbreak StandSpring PathTurnback CaveIslespy Shore
Veilstone CapeLunker's LairSeagrass HavenSeaside HollowFirespit IslandMolten ArenaLava Dome Sanctum
Coronet Highlands
Heavenward LookoutWayward CaveWayward WoodAncient QuarrySonorous PathLonely SpringClamberclaw Cliffs
Celestica RuinsCelestica TrailPrimeval GrottoSacred PlazaStonetooth RowsBolderoll RavineFabled Spring
Moonview ArenaCloudcap PassStone PortalTemple of SinnohHall of Origin
Alabaster Icelands
Whiteout ValleyBonechill WastesIcebound FallsAvalanche SlopesArena's ApproachAvalugg's Legacy
Icepeak CavernSnowfall Hot SpringGlacier TerraceHeart's CragLake AcuitySnowpoint TempleIcepeak Arena
See also
SinnohMount CoronetSpace-time distortion


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