Fixation Pokémon Pokémon
Shadow Tag (Dream World)
|25% ♂/75% ♀|
|Pokédex color||Egg groups|
|12.8 lbs||???||0.4 m||???|
|Generation IV||Generation V|
Gothita (Japanese: ゴチム Gochimu) is a -type Pokémon that first appeared in the Generation V games Pokemon Black and White. It is classified "Fixation Pokémon" and is base stage of Gothitelle. It evolves into Gothorita starting at level 32.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
It has the appearance of a baby with big purple head and blue eyes. It has three white like ribbons, its eyes are blue, and it is somewhat wearing a little dress. It looks similar to a Ralts.
Evolution[edit | edit source]
Game Info[edit | edit source]
Locations[edit | edit source]
|Black/White||Route 5, 16 (Black Only)|
Pokédex Entries[edit | edit source]
|Generations I - IV|
|Gothita did not appear during the Generation I - IV games.|
|Their ribbonlike feelers increase their psychic power. They are always staring at something.|
|They intently observe both trainers and Pokémon. Apparently, they are looking at something that only Gothita can see.|
Learnset[edit | edit source]
|Level||Move||Power||Accuracy||PP||Type||Damage Type||Contest Type||Appeal||Jam|
|Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.|
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Sprites[edit | edit source]
|I||Red||Blue||Yellow||Red (JP)||Green (JP)||Back|
|Gothita did not appear in Generation I|
|Gothita did not appear in Generation II|
|Gothita did not appear in Generation III|
|Gothita did not appear in Generation IV|
|V||Black||White||Black 2||White 2||Back|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The "Goth" part of its name seems to refer to Gothic subculture, with the "ita" being a reference to Lolita. Hence the reference to the popular fashion in Japanese Harajuku culture, 'Gothic Lolita.' "Ita" is also a phrase used in Lolita circles to describe a person who is "doing it wrong". This trends follows similarly in the 'Goth' family.
- Lolita is also a term for provocative young girls. The origin of this term was probably used shortly after the publication of Vladamir Nabakov's novel "Lolita".