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Gravvy
ゴロすけ Golosuke
Poké Ball
Gravvy.png
Yellow's Golem
Debuts in Onix Is On!
Caught in As Gastly as Before
Caught at Celadon City
Evolves in The Might of... Metapod?!
Gender Male
Ability Sturdy
Nature Quirky
Current location With Yellow
075
076
This Pokémon spent 84 rounds as Graveler.

Gravvy (Japanese: ゴロすけ Golosuke), known as Golosk in Chuang Yi's translation of the FireRed & LeafGreen chapter, is a Golem that Yellow owns in Pokémon Adventures. Gravvy was given to Yellow as a gift from Brock, making him her third Pokémon overall. As of A Well-Journeyed Jumpluff, he is level 39 and his Characteristic is "a little quick tempered".

History

Red, Green & Blue chapter

 
As a Graveler, under Brock's ownership

Gravvy first appeared in Onix Is On!, as a Graveler under Brock's ownership. He was shown watching the Pewter Gym matches with his Trainer.

Yellow chapter

With Brock

In As Gastly As Before, Graveler was used to save a Super Nerd named Miles from a frightening black fog that was later revealed to be a Gastly. Brock later gave him to Yellow so she could better protect herself.

With Yellow

In The Coming of Slowpoke (Eventually), Gravvy was used to help face against the Team Rocket Elite Trio. He later saved Yellow and Kitty from falling into the Vermilion Harbor. After that, Gravvy held the two large pieces left after Ratty had split the S.S. Anne apart with his fangs. One of the ship pieces was left hovering over the Elite Trio and Yellow used that to threaten the trio into surrendering.

In Eradicate Raticate!, Gravvy and the rest of his teammates are sent out to battle Lance and his Dragonite. Gravvy tries to use Take Down in conjunction with Omny's Water Gun and Kitty's String Shot, but Dragonite proves too strong for them all, simply knocking them away with its tail.

In The Might of... Metapod?!, during the final battle against Lance, all of Yellow's Pokémon evolved due to Yellow losing the Pokédex, with Gravvy evolving into a Golem. He was later used to battle against Lance's Dragonair, blocking its Slam with a Defense Curl.

Personality and characteristics

Like most outsider Pokémon given to Trainers without badges, Gravvy refused to listen to Yellow, even attacking her. However, they managed to develop a loving relationship over time, and Gravvy now follows Yellow's orders readily. Yellow mainly uses him when she needs lots of power.

Moves used

 
Using Struggle as a Graveler
Move First Used In
Mega Punch As Gastly as Before
Rock Throw The Primeape Directive
Take Down Eradicate Raticate!
Defense Curl The Legend
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Graveler appears as one of Brock's Pokémon in the Round 1 battle against him Pokémon Stadium and in the Johto-based games. In the Round 2 mode of Stadium and in the Fighting Dojo rematches in HeartGold and SoulSilver, it is revealed to have evolved into a Golem.

Golem also appears during the Pokémon World Tournament, in the Round 1 battle against Brock of Pokémon Stadium 2, and in rematches in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

In the core series

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
Gym battle Fighting Dojo rematch
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Held item:
None
Gravler Lv.44
Defense Curl
Normal
Rock Slide
Rock
Rollout
Rock
Earthquake
Ground
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Ability:
Sturdy
Held item:
None
Graveler Lv.51
Defense Curl
Normal Status
Rollout
Rock Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Rock Slide
Rock Physical
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Ability:
Sturdy
Held item:
None
Golem Lv.55
Sandstorm
Rock Status
Rock Slide
Rock Physical
Rock Polish
Rock Status
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Pokémon Black 2 and White 2
Pokémon World Tournament
Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!
and Let's Go, Eevee!
Kanto Leaders Tournament Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Ability:
Rock Head or Sturdy
Held item:
  Dark Gem
Golem/ Lv.50
Stone Edge
Rock Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Sucker Punch
Dark Physical
Iron Defense
Steel Status
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Ability:
Rock Head or Sturdy
Held item:
  Lum Berry
Golem/ Lv.50
Stone Edge
Rock Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Rock Polish
Rock Status
Sucker Punch
Dark Physical
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Ability:
No Ability
Held item:
  None  
Golem Lv.57
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Rock Slide
Rock Physical
Fire Punch
Fire Physical
Thunder Punch
Electric Physical

In the Pokémon Stadium series

Pokémon Stadium Pokémon Stadium 2
Round 1 Round 2 Round 1
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Graveler Lv.50-100
Rock Slide
Rock
Dig
Ground
Selfdestruct
Normal
Seismic Toss
Fighting
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Golem Lv.50-100
Rock Slide
Rock
Dig
Ground
Explosion
Normal
Seismic Toss
Fighting
 
Types:
Rock Ground
Held item:
Scope Lens
Golem Lv.50-100
Rock Throw
Rock
Magnitude
Ground
Defense Curl
Normal
Rollout
Rock

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ゴロすけ Golosuke From ゴローン Golone (Graveler)
English Gravvy*
Golosk*
From Graveler
Similar to Japanese name
French Gravounet* From Gravalanch (Graveler)
German Geon From Georok (Graveler)
Spanish, Italian Gravvy Same as its English VIZ Media name
Chinese (Mandarin) 小隆隆 Xiǎolónglóng From 隆隆石 Lónglóngshí (Graveler)
Brazilian Portuguese Gravelito From Graveler
Vietnamese Gorosuke Transliteration of his Japanese name


Related articles

  • For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Graveler and Golem.