Mudsdale

From the Azurilland Wiki, a database for the Pokémon series that anyone can contribute to
Jump to: navigation, search
Ground
Mudsdale
(バンバドロ Banbadoro)
750.png
750Mudsdale.png
Draft Horse Pokémon Pokémon
Pokédex
National
749
750
751
Alola
Ability Gender
Own Tempo
Stamina
Inner Focus(Hidden Ability)
50.0% ♂/50.0% ♀
Pokédex color Egg groups
Brown
Orange
Field
Weight Height
2028.3 lbs. 920.0 kg 8'02" 2.5 m.
Body style Footprint
Body08.png File:F750.png
Cry
150px
HP Attack Defense
100 125 100
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
55 85 35
Total
500

[[Category:Brown
Orange Pokémon]] Mudsdale (Japanese: バンバドロ Banbadoro) is a Ground-type Pokémon introduced in the Generation VII games, Pokémon Sun and Moon. It evolves from Mudbray at level 30.

Game info[edit | edit source]

Evolution[edit | edit source]

MudbrayLevel 30750.png

Locations[edit | edit source]

Version(s) Location
Sun/Moon Poni Plains

Pokédex Entries[edit | edit source]

Generations I - VI
Mudsdale did not appear during the Generation I - VI games.
Sun
It spits a mud that provides resistance to both wind and rain, so the walls of old houses were often coated with it.
Moon
Its heavy, mud-covered kicks are its best means of attack, and it can reduce large trucks to scrap without breaking a sweat.
Ultra Sun
{{{ultrasun}}}
Ultra Moon
{{{ultramoon}}}

Learnset[edit | edit source]

By leveling[edit | edit source]

Generation VII Leveling
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Damage Type
1 Bulldoze 60 100% 20 Ground Physical
34 Heavy Slam - 100% 20 Steel Physical
42 Counter - 100% 20 Fighting Physical
47 Earthquake 100 100% 10 Ground Physical
55 Mega Kick 120 75% 5 Normal Physical
60 Superpower 120 100% 5 Fighting Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


By TM[edit | edit source]

By breeding[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Design origins[edit | edit source]

Mudsdale is likely based off of a draught horse.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Mudsdale's name appears to be based off the words mud and Clydesdale (a type of draught horse).