Gorebyss is part of a three-member family.
- Gorebyss was released at the start of the Clamperl Limited Research on February 23rd, 2019.
- Shiny form of Gorebyss was released on the same day.
- Gorebyss can be acquired by evolution only.
Gorebyss is a pink snake with a long, narrow mouth. This sharp mouth stabs victims and drains their bodily fluids. It has been seen feeding on seaweed that grows between stones. Its pink skin brightens in the spring and after feeding. The color of its body vary with water temperature, with Gorebyss in Alola having blindingly bright colour. A long, purple-tipped fin protrudes from the top of its head, while a narrow, pointed fin protrudes from under its skull. It has two purple shells on its breast, giving it the appearance of a mermaid. The tail features two white stripes near the base and a purple, round fin at the apex.
The body of this Pokémon is strong enough to endure extreme pressure levels in the deep water, where it dwells. This adaptability also helps it to endure heavy blows.
Best moveset for Gorebyss
When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Gorebyss’ strongest moves are Water Gun and Psychic. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Pokémon Gorebyss is a Generation 3 Pokemon that ranks 368 in the Pokedex. It is an aquatic creature that resides in the Hoenn area. This is the last stage of Pokemon Clamperl’s evolution.
How to find and catch Pokémon Gorebyss?
Pokemon Gorebyss may be found near any body of water, including the shores of ponds, rivers, and oceans, as well as near swamps. In cities, spawns in fountains, pools, and water parks.
Pokemon Gorebyss occurs rather seldom on the map. It is easiest to get by evolving Clamperl Pokemon. Sometimes encountered during raids and field investigations.