Goh's Grimer

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Goh's Grimer
ゴウのベトベター Go's Betbeter
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Goh's Grimer
Debuts in Dreams Are Made of These!
Caught at Vermilion City
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Cerise Park
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Grimer Yūichi Nakamura Unknown

Goh's Grimer (Japanese: ゴウのベトベター Go's Betbeter) is the twenty-third Pokémon that Goh caught in the Kanto region, and his thirty-sixth overall.


Grimer and Froakie

Goh caught Grimer in Dreams Are Made of These! while he was participating in a Pokémon Orienteering competition.

In Panic in the Park!, when Cerise Park was experiencing an unexplained food shortage, Grimer was one of the Pokémon affected by the hunger and driven into fighting the other Pokémon. When Goh's Golurk went out of control due to the seal on its chest being removed, Grimer helped protect the Cascoon from the flood caused by Golurk's rampage, allowing them to evolve into Dustox.

In Big Brother to the Rescue!, Grimer caused Cerise Park's water stream to be polluted by bathing in its water source, as it had given its previous cave home for Froakie to inhabit. As such, Goh, decided to help build Grimer a new home in the form of a pond that it could bathe in without polluting the stream. The pond was quickly completed, with Suicune helping to clean up the polluted stream afterwards.

In This Could be the Start of Something Big!, Grimer attended a surprise party hosted by the Lab members commemorating Goh and Ash's departure.

Personality and characteristics

Grimer is a friendly Pokémon who doesn't intend to cause harm to anyone, but can end up inadvertently causing problem to others around it, as seen by it polluting Cerise Park's water stream without meaning to. It also was considerate enough to offer its old home to a newcomer, having made friends with Froakie soon after its arrival in Cerise Park.

Moves used

Using Poison Gas
Move First Used In
Poison Gas Panic in the Park!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

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

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