Slowpoke is a Water/Psychic dual type Pokemon. Slowpoke can be found in the wild at Shore's End. Availability . This page will list every Pokemon in the game currently. The first Pokémon, Bulbasaur, is number 001 and the last, Mew, is number 151. Slowpoke is aWaterPsychic-Type Pokémonintroduced inGeneration I. Slowpoke is known as the "Dopey Pokémon" 1 Evolution 1.1 Normal Evolution 1.2 Mega Evolution 2 Moves 2.1 Moves when Caught 2.2 Moves that can be taught by Move-Relearner 2.3 Moves taught by TMs 3 Type Effectiveness 4 Recolor Gallery Slowpoke's Evolution Slowbro, can Mega-evolve into Mega Slowbro. Its appearance seems to resemble that of a giant salamander or hippopotamus, perhaps even an otter. He also has a fair amount of collectors. It has a Galarian form that is Psychic-type. It was originally discovered in Kanto, but is a common sight on the coastal areas of most regions. Non-item appearances. With the eyes of Slowpoke you can very well see that he is pretty much never focused. Slowpoke is a Water, Psychic-type Pokémon from the Kanto region. #016 Type Abilities Hidden Ability Mega Ability Gender ratio Catch rate Breeding Hatch time Height Weight Base experience yield Leveling rate EV yield Body style Footprint Pokédex color Base friendship Cry Slowpoke is a dual-type Water/Psychic Pokémon. The first generation (Generation I) of the Pokémon franchise features the original 151 fictional species of creatures introduced to the core video game series in the 1996 Game Boy games Pokémon Red and Blue.. Evolves into Slowking when traded while holding a kings rock. It has 4 legs, each with one claw. Slowpoke is a dual-type Pokémon of the Water and Psychic types. It is one of Slowpoke's final forms, the other being Slowbro. 1 Description 2 Base Stats 3 Move Set 4 Locations 5 Methods 6 Evolution Slowpoke is a pink creature that resembles a cross between a salamander and a hippopotamus. It evolves into Clowdpoke if your party also has a(n) Ffcloud. It evolves either into Slowbro when fed 50 candies or into Slowking when fed 50 candies and given a King's Rock. It is one of Galarian Slowpoke's final forms, the other being Galarian Slowbro. Slowpoke is currently available in six variants on Pokémon Vortex; Normal, Shiny, Dark, Mystic, Metallic and Shadow. In Galar, Slowking has a Poison/Psychic-type regional form, introduced in Pokémon Sword and Shield's 1.3.0 patch. Slowpoke is currently available within Pokémon Vortex through the following methods: PokéBay; Trade; Capture in the wild; Other Variants . It evolves into Slowking during the day, while holding a(n) King's Rock. It evolves into Slowking at night, if holding a(n) King's Rock. In the full Version, all 721 pokemon will be released into the game. It evolves into Slowbro starting at level 37. Evolves into Slowbro at 37 level. In Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, a man near the Pokémon Center on Route 32 offers to sell the player a Slowpoke Tail for 1,000,000; however, it cannot be purchased, as this is more money than the player can carry in these games. It evolves from Galarian Slowpoke when exposed to a Galarica Wreath. Slowpoke (ヤドン) has a large amount of merchandise which is helped by his status as a temporary mascot of the Kagawa region in Japan. It evolves into Slowloss while exposed to a(n) Dusk Stone. Later, the player discovers Team Rocket harvesting Slowpoke Tails from Slowpoke in the Slowpoke Well in Azalea Town. The following list details the 151 Pokémon of Generation I in order of their National Pokédex number. Slowpoke is the pokemon whish has two types (Water and Psychic) from the 1 generation.You can find it in such biomes as a River, a Beach and others.