Gigalith Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

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Gigalith

Gigalith is a Rock-type Pokémon. The Gigalith Evolution presents a humongous blue Pokémon with bright red crystals projecting out from various places of its body, they glow orange whenever Gigalith summons its powers in its amazing Moveset to attack its opponents. This Pokémon has a physique that shares a resemblance with rocks and boulders and long, grey rocks attach their limbs to its body. It has two sharp crystals projecting from the side of its face and the ones projecting from the side of its mouth resemble tusks. After this bulky body and quite a good strength, Gigalith too holds weakness against some of the Pokemon.

Gigalith has immense strength of blowing away a mountain. This Pokémon can fire a ball of solar energy from its mouth as its crystals absorb solar energy. However, it becomes less powerful during rainfall and at night as it is unable to consume solar energy. This Pokémon is also known as the ‘Compressed Pokémon’. It is introduced in Generation 5.

About Gigalith

National No.: 526
Japanese Name: Gigaiath
Height and weight: 1.7 m or 5’07” and 260 kg or 573.2 lbs
Ability: 
Sturdy
Sand Stream
Sand Force (hidden ability)

Local No.:
032 (Black/ White)
070 (Black 2/ White 2)
122 (X/Y – Coastal Kalos)
100 (Sun/ Moon – Alola dex)
122 (Ultra Sun/ Ultra Moon – Alola dex)
170 (Sword/ Shield)
156 (The Isle of Armor)

Catch Rate: 45 (5.9% with Poke Ball)
Base Friendship: 70
Base Experience: 232
Growth Rate: Medium Slow
Egg Group: Mineral
Gender: 50% male, 50% female
Egg Cycles: 3,855-3,599 steps

Changes In Gigalith At Different Generations

It has a base Special Defense of 70 in Generation 5.
It has a base experience yield of 227 in Generation 5.
It does not have the Sand Stream ability, in Generations 5-6.

Gigalith Pokedex Stats

HP:  85
Attack:  135
Defence:  130
Special Attack:  60
Special Defence:  80
Speed:  25
Total: 515

Moves Learned By Gigalith

The strongest moves of a Gigalith are SmackDown and Solar Beam.

Moves Learned By Levelling Up

Ground-type moves

Level

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

01 Sand Attack Status 100
12 Mud-Slap Special 20 100

Normal-type moves

Level

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

01 Harden Status
01 Tackle Physical 40 100
24 Headbutt Physical 70 100
54 Explosion Physical 250 100

Rock-type moves

Level

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

01 Power Gem Special 80 100
01 Stealth Rock Status
16 SmackDown Physical 50 100
30 Rock Slide Physical 75 90
36 Rock Blast Physical 25 90
42 Sandstorm Status
48 Stone Edge Physical 100 80

Steel-type moves

Level

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

20 Iron Defense Status

Moves Learned By TM

Grass-type moves

TM

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

TM 11 Solar Beam Special 120 100

Ground-type moves

TM

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

TM 49 Sand Tomb Physical 35 85
TM 81 Bulldoze Physical 60 100
TM 98 Stomping Tantrum Physical 75 100

Normal-type moves

TM

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

TM 08 Hyper Beam Special 150 90
TM 09 Giga Impact Physical 150 90
TM 20 Self-Destruct Physical 200 100
TM 24 Snore Special 50 100
TM 25 Protect Status
TM 31 Attract Status 100
TM 39 Facade Physical 70 100
TM 46 Weather Ball Special 50 100
TM 76 Round Special 60 100

Psychic-type moves

TM

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

TM 21 Rest Status

Rock-type moves

TM

Move

Category

Power

Accuracy

TM 22 Rock Slide Physical 75 90
TM 32 Sandstorm Status
TM 48 Rock Tomb Physical 60 95
TM 54 Rock Blast Physical 25 90

How To Find Gigalith?

Black/ White Evolve Roggenrola/ Boldore
Black 2/ White 2 Route 7
X/ Y/ Omega Ruby/ Alpha Sapphire Evolve Roggenrola/ Boldore
Sun/ Moon/ Ultra Sun/ Ultra Moon Evolve Roggenrola/ Boldore
Let’s Go Pikachu/ Let’s Go Eevee Trade or migrate from other game
Sword/ Shield Evolve Roggenrola/ Boldore

How To Evolve?

Roggenrola’s family consists of 3 Pokémon.

 

Gigalith is evolved from Boldore through trade which in turn is evolved from Roggenrola at level 25.

Gigalith does not undergo further evolution. It is the final evolution of Roggenrola.

How Much Useful Is My Gigalith?

Gigalith is a Rock-type Pokémon. It can resist Normal-type, Flying-type, Poison-type, and Fire-type Pokémon. However, it is vulnerable to fighting-type, ground-type, steel-type, water-type, and grass-type Pokémon. It has a great Attack and defence and a pretty good hit point. The best Moveset of Gigalith during Gym battles are SmackDown and Solar Beam.

Due to its great Attack stat, it makes for a decent suicide lead. Explosion and Stealth Rock a few of the main attacks of Gigalith. This Pokémon can take on Steel-type Pokémon, by using its Superpower move, however, on doing so its Attack stat decreases, and its Toxic move can be a surprise element of attack to physical walls, as Gigalith can deal damage more because of its immense strength. This Pokémon should stay away from Wartortle as it can easily take Gigalith’s attacks and is capable of beating Gigalith by exploiting its weakness. Its Stealth Rock move is capable of holding off Bulky Ground-type Pokémon, even though they are capable of beating Gigalith.

So, does the Moveset, weakness, and other information seem worthy of Gigalith Evolution? Then right away head to Gigalith Evolution.

And if the case is otherwise then you may like to see some other Pokemon Evolution rather than the one for Gigalith and can see for whatever Moveset, weakness, and other specification suits better. Visit Herald Journalism for that!

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