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Ludlow's Quagsire
ランドウのヌオー Landau's Nuoh
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Ludlow's Quagsire
Debuts in The Future I Choose!
Caught at Unknown
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Ludlow
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This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Quagsire Unknown Daman Mills

Ludlow's Quagsire (Japanese: ランドウのヌオー Landau's Nuoh) is Ludlow's first known Pokémon.

History

 
Quagsire and Ludlow

Quagsire debuted in The Future I Choose! when Ludlow summoned it to use Rain Dance in order to dampen the dry soil so that Liko, Roy, and Mollie could cultivate the Berries they had planted.

In HZ032, Quagsire was called out to use Surf in order to simultaneously keep pace with the fleeing Lapras Pirates and prevent the Brave Olivine from being hit by their attacks.

In HZ044, Ludlow sent Quagsire out to propel their boat forward quicker by using Hydro Pump.

Personality and characteristics

Contrary to what it might seem, Quagsire is quite a strong Pokémon, being able to summon massive waves with its Surf attack and control them quite effectively, as shown in HZ032, allowing it to keep the Brave Olivine safe from Lapras's pirates's attacks. Its also quite close to Ludlow, occasionally sitting beside him as the latter goes fishing, looking quite relaxed with the peaceful enviroment.

Quagsire is shown to be kind to other Pokémon, as seen in HZ043 when it gave Dot's Tinkatink some of its Pecha Berries to eat.

Moves used

 
Using Rain Dance
Move First Used In
Rain Dance The Future I Choose!
Surf HZ032
Hydro Pump HZ044
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Gallery

Artwork

   
Artwork from eyecatch played in Pokémon Horizons: The Series Artwork from "Happy New Year 2024"

Related articles

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

References



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