Greedent #820

Evolution family

Greedent is part of a two-member family.

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#820 Greedent

Availability

  • Greedent was released at the start of Ultra Unlock Part 3: Sword and Shield on August 20th, 2021.
  • Greedent can be acquired by evolution only.

Best moveset for Greedent

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Greedent’s greatest moves are Tackle and Body Slam. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Tackle 12 dps
  Body Slam 31.6 dps

Defense 

  Bullet Seed 7.3 dps
  Crunch 21.9 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
  Bite 6 8 12
  Tackle 5 10 12
  Bullet Seed 8 12.7 7.3
Main move Damage EPS DPS
  Body Slam 50 -17.4 31.6
  Crunch 70 -10.3 21.9

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Biology

Greedent is a squirrel-like bipedal Pokémon with a tan and brown plump body, a buck tooth, a yellow nose, stumpy limbs, and a massive tail bigger than its body. It has a deeper brown region on its cheeks, as well as on its chest, underside of its tail, and the points of its ears. It has fluffy, unkempt fur. It also has yellow freckles on its large cheeks, as well as yellow within its ears. Its eyes are black ovals with white pupils, surrounded by a ring of light brown fur.

Greedent are highly greedy and gluttonous, as their name suggests. Greedy pack their tails with so many Berries that they frequently fall out, particularly when struck or faints. Dimwitted, greedy people are unlikely to realize the loss of food they have stored. Its razor-sharp teeth can bite through even the toughest Berry shells.

Greedent and its pre-evolved form, Skwovet, are the only Pokémon known to know the move Stuff Cheeks.