Best moveset for Goodra
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Goodra is a bipedal draconic Pokémon covered with slime. Its body is mostly light purple, with a darker purple underside. It features brilliant green eyes, two green spots on each cheek, a small, rounded snout, and a relatively lengthy neck. Two pairs of antenna-like horns protrude from the top of its head. The front horns are little nubs, while the back horns are larger, thicker, and curve down the animal’s neck. The bigger horn tips are gently curved. It has two fingers on each of its limbs and a huge, thick tail with a curled tip. There are three green dots on either side of its tail. A light green slime drips from its chin and limbs most of the time. It is noted for having a strong love for water, being able to survive inside water without issue, and diving and surfing all around the region.
Because of its kind, welcoming demeanor, Goodra is sometimes mocked for its weakness. Goodra is well-known for her friendliness. When it gets near to you, it will embrace you and cover you with slime. It will exude sticky tears if left alone. Goodra often misunderstands directions and seems puzzled or befuddled. Despite this, many Trainers think this behavior to be cute. It will, however, hit its tormentors with its retractable horns and formidable tail. The horns are 100 times more powerful than a heavyweight boxer’s strike. It is also capable of delivering powerful blows. Attacks fall off because of its slimy covering combined with a layer of fat.
Hisuian Goodra’s eyes are drooping and gray, and his horns are longer and thinner than Kalosian Goodra’s. It has a massive, spiral-shaped metallic shell on its back that it can tuck its body within to defend itself, leaving just its head visible outside the shell. It has complete control over the hardness of its shell. It has one gray patch on each side of its face and two on each side of its shell, compared to Kalosian Goodra’s two. A metallic gray slime pours from its chin and arms. Hisuian Goodra has a clinging personality and despises being alone; if its closest pals abandon it, it will become enraged and violent.
Hisuian Goodra and its pre-evolved incarnations are the only Pokémon known to be able to learn the move Shelter.
Goodra is part of a three-member family.