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Grand Oak
ダイオーキド Dai Okido
HOME Grand Oak.png
Image of Grand Oak from HOME
Gender Male
Eye color Unknown
Hair color White
Hometown Unknown
Region Unknown
Generation VIII
Games Pokémon HOME

Grand Oak (Japanese: ダイオーキド Dai Okido) is a Pokémon researcher and the developer of Pokémon HOME. Despite his name and appearance, his relationship to Professor Oak and his family is unknown.

Contents

In the games

Grand Oak greets the player when they start either version of Pokémon HOME, and asks for the player's assistance in completing a comprehensive National Pokédex. In the mobile version, he also gives the player a Hidden Ability Kanto Starter to bring into their Pokémon Sword or Shield game.

Pokémon

Given away

Main article: List of game-based Pokémon distributions in Generation VIII → Mobile Version Kanto Starters

Grand Oak gives the player their choice of the following starter Pokémon when they start the mobile version of Pokémon HOME.

001Bulbasaur.png
Type:
Grass Unknown
Ability:
Chlorophyll
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Bulbasaur Lv.5
Tackle
Normal Physical
Growl
Normal Status
Vine Whip
Grass Physical
  --  
   
004Charmander.png
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Solar Power
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Charmander Lv.5
Scratch
Normal Physical
Growl
Normal Status
Ember
Fire Special
  --  
   
007Squirtle.png
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Rain Dish
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Squirtle Lv.5
Tackle
Normal Physical
Tail Whip
Normal Status
Water Gun
Water Special
  --  
   

Quotes

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"Excellent! Access successful! Now, can you see me? ...Ah, it seems this is working! My name is Grand Oak. I'm a renowned Pokémon researcher! It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance. I'm the one who developed Pokémon HOME, which—as I'm sure you're aware—you're accessing right now. What a grand day to remember! oh, but look at me getting carried away. I haven't even given you a chance to introduce yourself! Please, tell me your name."
"Ah... So your name is <player>! You see, my dream is to create an absolutely grand Pokédex by registering all the Pokémon that exist in the world! But if I'm being honest, I don't think I'm able to do it alone... And that's where you come in! Please, you must help me! You can fill the Pokédex by bringing Pokémon here to Pokémon HOME. Of course, I will do everything in my power to assist you as well! Pokémon HOME has some grand features that will help with gathering Pokémon! First and foremost, there's the trading functions! These let you trade Pokémon with users from all over the world! Additionally, you'll also be able to receive Pokémon as Mystery Gifts! Hah, I can see you're in awe of the grand features I've developed! ...What's that? You don't have a Pokédex? Well, in that case, I think I can give you one as a special gift! Choose the Pokémon you want!"
  • Choosing starter
"Are you happy with the <Pokédex category> Pokémon <Pokémon>?"
"Brilliant! If you want to know more about the features of Pokémon HOME just ask Poké Boy. Poké Boy is waiting for you in your room, along with your Pokémon! Now then, I wish you the best of luck!"

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ダイオーキド Dai Okido From 大 dai (big) and オーキド博士 Dr. Ōkido (Professor Oak)
English Grand Oak From grand and Professor Oak
German Giga-Eich From giga- and Professor Eich (Professor Oak)
Spanish Gran Oak From gran (grand) and Professor Eich (Professor Oak)
French Big Chen From big and Professeur Chen (Professor Oak)
Italian Maxi Oak From maxi (large) and Professor Oak
Korean 오대호 O Daeho From 대 (大) dae (big) and 오용호 O Yongho (Professor Oak)
Chinese (Mandarin) 巨木博士 Jùmù Bóshì From 巨大 jùdà / geuihdaaih (gigantic) and 大木博士 Dàmù Bóshì / Daaihmuhk Boksih (Professor Oak)
Chinese (Cantonese) 巨木博士 Geuihmuhk Boksih


Pokémon Storage System developers
BillLanetteBrigetteCelioBebeHayleyAmanitaCassiusMolayneGrand Oak

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