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Hapu's Mudsdale
ハプウのバンバドロ Hāpuʻu's Banbadoro
Poké Ball
Hapu Mudsdale.png
Hapu's Mudsdale
Debuts in That's Some Spicy Island Research!
Caught at Unknown
Gender Male*
Ability Stamina*
Current location With Hapu
750
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Mudsdale N/A Unknown

Hapu's Mudsdale (Japanese: ハラ ハリテヤマ Hāpuʻu's Banbadoro) is a Pokémon owned by Island Kahuna Hapu in the anime, manga, and games.

Contents

In the anime

In the main series

Stamina activated

Mudsdale debuted in That's Some Spicy Island Research!. Hapu uses Mudsdale to help in her daikon field by carrying the grown daikon in bags. When Hapu confronted Tupp, Zipp, and Rapp from Team Skull over stealing some of the daikon, she sent out Mudsdale against their Salandit, Garbodor, and Zubat, easily causing them damage. The match was interrupted when Plumeria appeared, which caused the Team Skull Grunts to retreat.

In Showdown on Poni Island!, Mudsdale waited for its Trainer outside the Ruins of Hope. As they left, Mudsdale stepped on a Corsola branch and went berserk. Seeing Mudsdale in pain, Ash had Pikachu use Iron Tail on its hoof, which dislodged the branch. When Hapu became annoyed with Ash, she had Mudsdale kick Ash, Pikachu, and Rotom, which sent them flying to where Gladion and Lillie were. They continued to chase after Ash but were stopped by Lillie.

In A Grand Debut!, Mudsdale was used in Hapu's grand trial battle against Ash, going up against his Pikachu. Despite having a type advantage, Mudsdale was defeated when it was splashed with water, allowing Pikachu to knock it out with Gigavolt Havoc.

In Z-Move Showdown!, Mudsdale was used to battle a Guzzlord to prevent it from the destroying the Manalo Stadium. With a combination of Z-Moves, Mudsdale, among the other Kahuna's Pokémon, managed to send the Guzzlord back into its Ultra Wormhole.

Personality and characteristics

Mudsdale is a strong Pokémon, as seen when it managed to withstand three attacks at once before launching a move that easily knocked out all three of its opponents. Mudsdale also tends to go berserk and ignore its Trainer's instructions, like in Showdown on Poni Island!, when it got a Corsola branch lodged in its hoof. However, whenever it is in a normal and relaxed attitude, it follows its Trainer's instructions without question, such as when it kicked Ash, Pikachu, and Rotom at her behest, sending them flying.

Moves used

Hapu Mudsdale High Horsepower.png
Using High Horsepower
Move First Used In
High Horsepower That's Some Spicy Island Research!
Double Kick A Grand Debut!
Bulldoze A Grand Debut!
Stomp A Grand Debut!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Z-Moves used
Picture Z-Move First Used in Base Move
Hapu Mudsdale Tectonic Rage.png Tectonic Rage A Grand Debut! High Horsepower or Bulldoze
Description: Mudsdale's Trainer strikes a series of synchronized poses to build Z-Power. Mudsdale then pounds at the ground to open a hole, leaving the opponent to fall into it. Mudsdale then surrounds itself with orange aura and drills into the ground to charge at the opponent with full force.

In the GOTCHA! music video

Hapu's Mudsdale briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the games

Hapu's Mudsdale appears in the following games.

In the core series

Pokémon Sun and Moon Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Grand trial battle Title Defense battle Grand trial battle Title Defense battle
750Mudsdale.png
Type:
Ground Unknown
Ability:
Stamina
Held item:
Bag Groundium Z Sprite.png Groundium Z
Mudsdale Lv.48
Heavy Slam
Steel Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
Counter
Fighting Physical
750Mudsdale.png
Type:
Ground Unknown
Ability:
Stamina
Held item:
Bag Groundium Z Sprite.png Groundium Z
Mudsdale Lv.63
Heavy Slam
Steel Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Payback
Dark Physical
Rock Slide
Rock Physical
750Mudsdale.png
Type:
Ground Unknown
Ability:
Stamina
Held item:
Bag Groundium Z Sprite.png Groundium Z
Mudsdale Lv.54
Heavy Slam
Steel Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
Payback
Dark Physical
750Mudsdale.png
Type:
Ground Unknown
Ability:
Stamina
Held item:
Bag Groundium Z Sprite.png Groundium Z
Mudsdale Lv.69
Heavy Slam
Steel Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Payback
Dark Physical
Rock Slide
Rock Physical

In spin-off games

In Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Hapu (Masters) → Mudsdale

Hapu's Mudsdale appears alongside Hapu as a sync pair.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Mudsdale in Pokémon Adventures

Hapu's Mudsdale was first used in Thieving and Boss Crabominable to rescue Sun from a group of wild Crabrawler at the Seafolk Village before defeating the Crabrawler's leader, a Crabominable.

In PASM34, when the Trial Captains were attacked by a group of Ultra Beasts, Hapu used Mudsdale to battle them, defeating a Blacephalon.

Moves used

Hapu Mudsdale Mega Kick Adventures.png
Using Mega Kick
Move First Used In
Counter The Truth and Island Kahuna Hapu
Mud-Slap The Truth and Island Kahuna Hapu
Mega Kick The Truth and Island Kahuna Hapu
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Z-Moves used
Picture Z-Move First Used in Base Move
Hapu Mudsdale Tectonic Rage Adventures.png Tectonic Rage PASM34 Mud-Slap
Description: Mudsdale's Trainer strikes a series of poses to build Z-Power. It then creates a fissure underneath the opponent, from which powerful energy bursts out and hurts the opponent.

Related articles

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