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Silus' Grotle
Turtwig - Grotle

Silus Grottle

Gender Male
Caught at Hora Route 5
Type grass
Ability Overgrow
Pokémon Information
Current Location With Professor Changi
Evolution Spent 1 episodes as Turtwig
First Evolution In The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
Original Trainer Silus
First Appearance
Story Debut The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!

Silus's Grotle (マシューのハヤシガメ, Mashū no Hayashigame) is the tenth Pokémon Silus caught in the Hora region.

History Edit

Grotle was caught as a Turtwig sometime between Parents in Moonkshood! and The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town! on Hora Route 5, replacing Roselia as Silus' Grass-type Pokémon.

In The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!, Silus uses it to battle against the Gym Leader, Cable. After successfully defeating Cable's Jolteon, it was nearly beaten by Galvantula. However, after receiving a boost of confidence, it evolved into Grotle and defeated Galvantula as well.

Personality Edit

Grotle has proven to be a hardheaded Pokémon, as shown when it refused to rest, despite being thoroughly exhausted, in order to finish its battle with Galvantula in The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!.

Biology Edit

As Turtwig Edit

Turtwig's appearance is characteristic of a turtle or tortoise, and it is primarily light green in coloration. Its prominent, yellow-colored jawbone may denote a relationship to the snapping turtle. Its green and yellow body is covered by a shell. A small seedling grows on a brown-colored patch on its head, similar to the plant bulb on Bulbasaur's back and the leaf on Chikorita's head, the plant part revealing its Grass-type nature. The brown shell on its back has a thick black stripe and rim, and is apparently made of earth. The shell should feel moist on a healthy Turtwig. Turtwig’s eyes are yellow, as are its feet, and Turtwig’s tail is small.

Turtwig is a Pokémon that tends to be non-violent. As a show of affection, some Turtwig have been known to chomp their trainer's head. The leaf on its head will wilt if it becomes thirsty. As a result, it lives in areas that are close to lakes.

Turtwig is also sometimes either shy and lazy, or outgoing and protective.

As a plant-based Pokémon, Turtwig usually nourishes itself through photosynthesis. It can eat berries like other Pokémon. It also drinks water, which hardens its soil-based shell. On a very healthy Turtwig, the shell should feel moist.

As Grotle Edit

The shell possessed by Turtwig has grown to protect Grotle's entire head, back, and short tail, and, along with its change of coloration to yellow, now appears sectioned. Turtwig's sprout has migrated to Grotle's back and grown into full bushes, which may occasionally be seen carrying brown, acorn-like nuts. There are three long, brown ridges on the top of Grotle's shell. Grotle's lower jaw is yellow in coloration and has triangular extensions on the cheeks. Grotle's feet are also colored yellow, each with three claws.

Abilities Edit

As Turtwig Edit

Turtwig can utilize the sun in order to use moves like Synthesis and Solarbeam. Its rock hard shell provides great defense but reduces its speed. Turtwig receives a huge power boost to its Grass-type moves when it is weary from battle. Turtwig are also capable of many other Grass-type moves such as Razor Leaf and Giga Drain.

As Grotle Edit

In The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!, Grotle proved to be both resilient and bursting with energy, able to defeat Cable's Galvantula, despite being worn out, from its battles as a Turtwig, against Jolteon. It later went on to defeat Magnezone as well, making it Silus' first Pokémon to single-handedly defeat a Gym Leader.

Moves Edit

Grotle Overgrow
Powering up Solarbeam.
Move First Used In
Leaf Storm  The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
Solarbeam  The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
Leech Seed  Unknown
Tackle The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
Withdraw The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
Energy Ball  The Loose Cable of Monkshood Town!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case.

Appearances Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Grotle is the first Pokémon Silus captures off-screen.
  • Of Silus' Pokémon, Grotle evolved the quickest, having evolved in its debut chapter.
    • It was the last of the three Starter Pokémon Silus obtained in Hora to evolve into its second stage.

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