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Toxicroak

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Poison
Fighting
Toxicroak
(ドクロッグ Dokurog)
454.png
Toxicroak.png
Toxic Mouth Pokémon Pokémon
Pokédex
National
454
Sinnoh
Unova
Kalos
Alola
Ability Gender
Anticipation
Dry Skin
Poison Touch (Dream World)
50% ♀/ 50% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Blue Unknown
Weight Height
97.9 lbs. ??? 4'03" ???
Body style Footprint
BodyUnknown.png F454.png
Cry
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
83 106 65
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
86 65 85
Total
490

[[Category:Blue Pokémon]]


Toxicroak (Japanese: ドクロッグ Dokurog) is a Poison/Fighting-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. Its two types make it twice as vulnerable to Psychic-type moves. Toxicroak appears as a boss in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia.

Appearance

Toxicroak has a blue body with one long black line crossing over its mouth, around its eyes, and connecting to the arms and legs. On its hands are three fingers and a red claw used for Poison Jab.

In Anime

Saturn's Toxicroak

Toxicroak belongs to Saturn, a Team Galactic Commander. Toxicroak has been seen making scary faces with Brock's Croagunk, making this part of the Anime a comical sight.


Evolution

Toxicroak is the evolved form of Croagunk as of level 37.

Game Info

Locations

Version(s) Location Rarity
Diamond/ Pearl Great Marsh Rare
Platinum Great Marsh Uncommon
HeartGold/SoulSilver Evolve Croagunk None
Black/White Evolve Croagunk None

Side Game Locations

Game(s) Location
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Spacial Rift (B7-B15), Deep Spacial Rift (B1-B9)
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Pueltown


Pokédex Entries

Generations I - III
Toxicroak did not appear during the Generation I - III games.
Diamond
Its knuckle claws secrete a toxin so vile that even a scratch could prove fatal.
Pearl
The toxin made in its poison sacs is pumped to the knuckle claws through tubes down its arms.
Platinum
It has a poison sac at its throat. When it croaks, the stored poison is churned for more potency.
HeartGold
Swaying and dodging the attacks of its foes, it weaves its flexible body in close, then lunges out with its poisonous claws.
SoulSilver
Swaying and dodging the attacks of its foes, it weaves its flexible body in close, then lunges out with its poisonous claws.
Black
It has a poison sac at its throat. When it croaks, the stored poison is churned for more potency.
White
It has a poison sac at its throat. When it croaks, the stored poison is churned for more potency.
Black 2
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White 2
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X
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Y
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Alpha Sapphire
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Sprites

I Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
Toxicroak did not appear in Generation I
II Gold Silver Crystal Back
Toxicroak did not appear in Generation II
III Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
Toxicroak did not appear in Generation III
IV Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
Toxicroak DP.png Toxicroak PtHGSS.png Toxicroak PtHGSS.png Toxicroak Back IV.png
Toxicroak Shiny DP.png Toxicroak Shiny PtHGSS.png Toxicroak Shiny PtHGSS.png Toxicroak Shiny Back IV.png
V Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
File:Toxicroak V.gif File:Toxicroak V Back.gif
File:Shiny Toxicroak V.gif File:Shiny Toxicroak V Back.gif
VI X Y OR AS Back
File:Toxicroak VI.gif File:Toxicroak VI Back.gif
File:Shiny Toxicroak VI.gif File:Shiny Toxicroak VI Back.gif

Origin

Toxicroak's design is based on a poison dart frog.

Etymology

Toxicroak's name comes from the words "Toxic" and "Croak".

Trivia

  • No other Pokémon share the same type combination as Toxicroak and its pre-evolution, Croagunk.
  • Due to its typing, it is the only Pokémon to have a double weakness to Psychic-type attacks.
  • Toxicroak has the highest base Attack stat of any Poison-type Pokémon, with a base Attack of 106, surpassing both Muk and Victreebel's 105.

References