Cloyster is a first-generation Pokemon that ranks 91 in the Pokedex. It is a Water and Ice type Pokémon that resides in the Kanto area. This is the last stage of the Pokemon Shellder Evolution.
Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Cloyster
Pokémon type and weaknesses
|Electric – Electro||Ice – Ice|
|Fighting – Battle||Water – Water|
|Grass – Grass|
|Rock – Stone|
How to find and catch Pokémon Cloyster?
Pokémon Cloyster can be found near any body of water, including ponds, rivers, seas, and swamps. You can catch near fountains, pools, and water parks in the city of Cloister.
Cloyster appears only infrequently on the map. It is possible to obtain it by evolving a Pokemon Shelder or catching it at an event.
Cloyster is a black bivalve mollusc. It is protected by a light-gray shell that is encompassed by a second jagged, blue-violet shell coating. It has one barb-like spike extending from above its head, and its outer shell is covered with conical horns. Its shell is tougher than a diamond, and its spikes are even harder; the size and sharpness of these spikes are affected by strong tidal currents. It features two white eyes and a mouth on its pearl-like face. Its interior anatomy, other from its face and skull, has never been seen. It is difficult to open its shell from the outside once it has closed itself in. This formidable protection enables it to resist anything from a bomb explosion to a missile attack.
Cloysters usually only open their shells to attack an opponent. With its shell securely closed, it is completely capable of retaliating against any adversary. It fires its spikes at the enemy in quick succession, repelling them. Clamp was Generation I's trademark move. It swims using the same projectile technique that it employs to shoot its spikes. It eats saltwater and then ejects it backwards, propelled by siphon-jet propulsion. Cloyster, the consequence of Shellder developing via an Evolution stone, is seldom encountered in the wild, however it may be found on the sea bottom, tucked amid rocks and coral; yet, it will aggressively chase Slowpoke tails on land. Gastrodon is related to Cloyster and its pre-evolved cousin, Shellder. Cloyster's natural predator is Kingler.
Best moveset for Cloyster
When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Cloyster's greatest moves are Frost Breath and Avalanche. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.
|Frost Breath||13.3 dps|
|Blizzard Elite TM||130||-32.3||50.3|
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
One of the numerous captureable Pokemon in Pokemon GO is the Cloyster.
Shellder's family may be discovered in the game as a shiny.
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- Evolves From: Shellder
Cloyster is part of a two-member family.
- Cloyster was released along with the game launch on July 6th, 2016.
- Shiny form of Cloyster was released at the start of Water Festival 2018 on June 7th, 2018.
- Shadow form of Cloyster was released at the start of The Seasons Change: Part 2 on October 12th, 2020.