Goh's Pyukumuku


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Goh's Pyukumuku
ゴウのナマコブシ Go's Namakobushi
Poké Ball
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Goh's Pyukumuku
Debuts in That New Old Gang of Mine!
Caught at Melemele Island
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location In rotation
771
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Pyukumuku Kei Shindō Unknown

Goh's Pyukumuku (Japanese: ゴウのナマコブシ Go's Namakobushi) is the first Pokémon that Goh caught in the Alola region, and his sixty-third overall.

History

 
Pyukumuku with Magikarp

Pyukumuku was caught in That New Old Gang of Mine! while Goh and Ash were exploring Melemele Island. Later, Pyukumuku was seen being greeted by Goh's giant Magikarp at Cerise Laboratory.

In All Out, All of the Time!, Pyukumuku was used by Goh to battle a Bruxish that he needed to catch during the Pokémon Catch Adventure Race. Using its Toxic to weaken the Water-type Pokémon, Goh successfully caught it.

In JN107, Pyukumuku became frustrated with the polluted water stream in Cerise Park after it was forced to abandon its favorite spot, and began spreading its slime all over the area to display its unhappiness. However, after the source of the pollution was found, and the water stream was cleared by Suicune, Pyukumuku returned to its favorite spot in the park.

Personality and characteristics

Pyukumuku is quite lonely and reserved, preferring to remain alone in whatever spot it chooses. Despite this, Pyukumuku is loyal towards Goh, following every command without question. Common to its species, Pyukumuku hates being forced out of its favorite spot, and often displays its unhappiness by spraying its slime all over the area. It also showed to dislike being poked, as seen when it retaliates Goh's Raboot by punching it due that the Rabbit Pokémon was poking it with its foot.

Moves used

 
Using Toxic
Move First Used In
Toxic All Out, All of the Time!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Artwork

 
Artwork from "After the story"


Related articles

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


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