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Tyrantrum (Duel 582)

ガチゴラス Gachigoras
Evolution stage 2
Figure name Tyrantrum
Move Points 2
Rock Dragon
Rarity EX
Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur
Version 7.0.10
ID 582
Time Booster League Champion
Special Time Boosters None
Locked Booster Yes
Material Exchange 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Tyrantrum.

Tyrantrum (Japanese: ガチゴラス Gachigoras) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available and added to Time Boosters in version 7.0.10.



Apex Predator じゃくにくきょうしょく
Restored Pokémon (if evolved). If its battle opponent is not evolved, and this Pokémon is not affected by a special condition, this Pokémon cannot be knocked out in battle. If this Pokémon is knocked out, it is excluded from the duel. When this Pokémon is excluded from the duel, it returns to its previous Evolution, if possible.

Data Disk

Duel Z-Move.png Continental Crush ワールズエンドフォール 96 pt.
The battle opponent and opposing Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent gain Wait 9.
Duel Z-Move.png Devastating Drake アルティメットドラゴンバーン 96 pt.
A Pokémon on the field spins. If it spins a Miss or a White Attack of 120 damage or more, it is knocked out.
Roar ほえる 24 pt.
The battle opponent is knocked 1 step back (the opponent chooses the point) and gains Wait.
Head Smash* もろはのずつき※ 40 pt.
*This Pokémon spins. If it spins a Miss (including a Miss due to being paralyzed or burned), it is knocked out.
Thrash* あばれる※ 24 pt.
* This Pokémon becomes confused.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Every evolution this figure has undergone adds +10 damage and +1 ★.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Release information

This figure was available for purchase in the Tyrantrum Set from May 13 to June 12, 2019.



Roar, Head Smash, and Thrash are all moves in the Pokémon games that Tyrantrum can learn. Continental Crush and Devastating Drake are Z-Moves in the games that Tyrantrum can use by equipping Rockium Z and Dragonium Z, respectively.

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