Samurott #503

Samurott is a quadrupedal blue Pokémon that looks like a cross between an otter and a pinniped. It features two pairs of pointed teeth, one in each jaw (upper and lower). Long, white whiskers protrude from its snout and head, and it has a crimson nose and eyes. A big, circular beige helmet-like shell with spikes and a spear-like, pointed projection on the rear of its skull. Its underside is covered with a drab bluish-gray seashell-like carapace, and its limbs are coated in beige, sectioned bracer-like coverings that seem to be composed of seashells. The bracers of the forelimbs hold swords known as seamitars. The bracers’ lowest two portions serve as scabbards for the two swords, while the top section and spike form the seamitar and its handle. Samurott have three black fingers on each leg and a fin-like, spread tail with a beige innermost part. This tail is shaped like a battle fan.

Samurott can fight by standing on its hind legs and using one of its blades as a sword. It can draw and sheathe the seamitars linked to its front legs in the time it takes an adversary to blink; one swing may kill an opponent. It may intimidate opponents with a stare or a roar.

The term “vulnerability” refers to the fact that a person is born with a vulnerability. The shell on its head contains two more spikes on its sides and a wavy protrusion in front. Its whiskers are likewise wavy, with the bottom section being much longer than Unovan Samurott’s. The shells that cover its head and legs have sharper edges and are black with red highlights, much as its seamitars, which have a wavy blade. When compared to Unovan Samurott, it has one less layer of shell covering its rear legs. The deepest portion of its tail is longer and black, with crimson claws.

Hisuian Samurott is considered to be cruel and heartless, yet skilled with its shell swords. Hisuian Samurott, unlike its Unovan cousin, would do everything to win a battle and loves to utilize techniques such as surprise attacks and cheap shots. It stays still and quiet until it encounters an opponent. Then, in the flash of an eye, Hisuian Samurott takes out its two seamitars and thrusts towards its attackers. Hisuian Samurott’s assaults are akin to the never-ending crashing of waves, and they may confuse and overwhelm opponents. Hisuian Samurott’s wounds are reported to take several years to heal completely.

Hisuian Samurott is the only Pokémon known to be able to learn the move Ceaseless Edge.

Evolution family

Samurott is part of a three-member family.

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Oshawott_shiny  Oshawott
#501 Oshawott

25 Oshawott_candy
Dewott_shiny Dewott
#502 Dewott
100 Oshawott_candy
Samurott_shinySamurott#503 Samurott

Availability

Method Maximum CP Details
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Research tasks
1,211 Special Research/Timed Research:
From Scalchops to Seamitars – Completing 4th part

 

Best moveset for Samurott

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Samurott’s greatest techniques are Fury Cutter and Hydro Cannon. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Fury Cutter 7.5 dps
  Hydro Cannon Elite TM 56.8 dps

Defense 

  Waterfall 16 dps
  Hydro Cannon Elite TM 56.8 dps