Best moveset for Garbodor
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Garbodor is part of a two-member family.
- Garbodor was released along with the release of Trade Evolution on January 10th, 2020.
- Shiny form of Garbodor was released at the start of Sustainability Week 2021 on April 20th, 2021.
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Garbodor is a Pokémon that resembles a mound of rubbish pouring from a giant, broken garbage bag. It has a brown, spherical, bumpy body with blue and pink bumps. Its head resembles the torn open knotted end of a trash bag, and it trails down like a cape. It has two appendages that appear like rubbish clumps emanating from its head. It has enormous, round eyes with tiny pupils, and when it opens its mouth, you can see its large, triangular teeth. Garbodor features two garbage-filled arms, one linked together with pipe and fingers made of piping material, and the other with rebar. It has three fingers on its left hand and one on its right. It also has dumpy, flat feet.
Garbodor’s fingers may discharge deadly gas and dirt, but only from its right hand. The poisonous fluids from its right arm is so potent that it may quickly kill a weak adversary. If that filth becomes clogged, its arm might expand, producing significant pain and agony. It can also kill enemies by belting them with its left arm and releasing a foul-smelling noxious gas from its lips. Garbodor loves to dwell in filthy environments such as rubbish dumps, where it consumes waste to grow bigger. Garbodor may manufacture toxins in its body by eating waste, the form of which varies on the sort of garbage ingested. Garbodor were formerly abundant in Alola, but their numbers plummeted following the introduction of Alolan Grimer and Muk, which hunt on Garbodor. This is thought to have strengthened the remnant Garbodor population compared to other locations.
Toxic vapors thicken and solidify into the shapes of abandoned toys like Gigantamax Garbodor, including a toy vehicle, blocks, a toy aircraft, a toy cruise ship, a Substitute doll, a Poké Doll, a Master Ball, a fish skeleton resembling Magikarp, and a toy railway. Its feet seem to vanish under its body, which is covered in dark blue, pink, and light green patterns. Three crimson clouds swirl around its head, and its eyes shine pink. Although its fingers no longer have obvious openings, they may still discharge poisonous gas. This deadly gas, which is also emitted by Gigantamax Garbodor’s mouth, has the ability to infiltrate deep into the bones of its victims.
The only Pokémon known to use the G-Max Move is Gigantamax Garbodor.
Mr. G-Max Malodor.