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Pokemon with this type
Sugimori artwork of sandshrew
Burrows deep underground in arid locations far from water. It only emerges to hunt for food.
Sugimori artwork of sandslash
Curls up into a spiny ball when threatened. It can roll while curled up to attack or escape.
Sugimori artwork of nidoqueen
Its hard scales provide strong protection. It uses its hefty bulk to execute powerful moves.
Sugimori artwork of nidoking
It uses its powerful tail in battle to smash, constrict, then break the prey's bones.
Sugimori artwork of diglett
Lives about one yard underground where it feeds on plant roots. It sometimes appears above ground.
Sugimori artwork of dugtrio
A team of DIGLETT triplets. It triggers huge earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.
Sugimori artwork of geodude
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Sugimori artwork of graveler
Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Sugimori artwork of golem
Its boulder-like body is extremely hard. It can easily withstand dynamite blasts without damage.
Sugimori artwork of onix
As it grows, the stone portions of its body harden to become similar to a diamond, but colored black.
Sugimori artwork of cubone
Because it never removes its skull helmet, no one has ever seen this POKéMON's real face.
Sugimori artwork of marowak
The bone it holds is its key weapon. It throws the bone skillfully like a boomerang to KO targets.
Sugimori artwork of rhyhorn
Its massive bones are 1000 times harder than human bones. It can easily knock a trailer flying.
Sugimori artwork of rhydon
Protected by an armor-like hide, it is capable of living in molten lava of 3,600 degrees.
Sugimori artwork of wooper
This POKéMON lives in cold water. It will leave the water to search for food when it gets cold outside.
Sugimori artwork of quagsire
This carefree POKéMON has an easy-going nature. While swimming, it always bumps into boat hulls.
Sugimori artwork of gligar
It flies straight at its target's face then clamps down on the star­ tled victim to inject poison.
Sugimori artwork of steelix
Its body has been compressed deep under the ground. As a result, it is even harder than a diamond.
Sugimori artwork of swinub
It rubs its snout on the ground to find and dig up food. It sometimes discovers hot springs.
Sugimori artwork of piloswine
Because the long hair all over its body obscures its sight, it just keeps charging repeatedly.
Sugimori artwork of phanpy
It swings its long snout around play­ fully, but because it is so strong, that can be dan­ gerous.
Sugimori artwork of donphan
It has sharp, hard tusks and a rugged hide. Its TACKLE is strong enough to knock down a house.
Sugimori artwork of larvitar
It feeds on soil. After it has eaten a large mountain, it will fall asleep so it can grow.
Sugimori artwork of pupitar
Its shell is as hard as sheet rock, and it is also very strong. Its THRASHING can topple a mountain.
Sugimori artwork of marshtomp
The surface of MARSHTOMP’s body is enveloped by a thin, sticky film that enables it to live on land. This POKéMON plays in mud on beaches when the ocean tide is low.
Sugimori artwork of swampert
SWAMPERT is very strong. It has enough power to easily drag a boulder weighing more than a ton. This POKéMON also has powerful vision that lets it see even in murky water.
Sugimori artwork of nincada
NINCADA lives underground for many years in complete darkness. This POKéMON absorbs nutrients from the roots of trees. It stays motionless as it waits for evolution.
Sugimori artwork of numel
NUMEL is extremely dull witted - it doesn’t notice being hit. However, it can’t stand hunger for even a second. This POKéMON’s body is a seething cauldron of boiling magma.
Sugimori artwork of camerupt
CAMERUPT has a volcano inside its body. Magma of 18,000 degrees F courses through its body. Occasionally, the humps on this POKéMON’s back erupt, spewing the superheated magma.
Sugimori artwork of trapinch
TRAPINCH’s nest is a sloped, bowl-like pit dug in sand. This POKéMON patiently waits for prey to tumble down the pit. Its giant jaws have enough strength to crush even boulders.
Sugimori artwork of vibrava
To make prey faint, VIBRAVA generates ultrasonic waves by vigorously making its two wings vibrate. This POKéMON’s ultrasonic waves are so powerful, they can bring on headaches in people.
Sugimori artwork of flygon
FLYGON is nicknamed “the elemental spirit of the desert.” Because its flapping wings whip up a cloud of sand, this POKéMON is always enveloped in a sandstorm while flying.
Sugimori artwork of barboach
BARBOACH’s sensitive whiskers serve as a superb radar system. This POKéMON hides in mud, leaving only its two whiskers exposed while it waits for prey to come along.
Sugimori artwork of whiscash
WHISCASH is extremely territorial. Just one of these POKéMON will claim a large pond as its exclusive territory. If a foe approaches it, it thrashes about and triggers a massive earthquake.
Sugimori artwork of baltoy
BALTOY moves while spinning around on its one foot. Primitive wall paintings depicting this POKéMON living among people were discovered in some ancient ruins.
Sugimori artwork of claydol
CLAYDOL are said to be dolls of mud made by primitive humans and brought to life by exposure to a mysterious ray. This POKéMON moves about while levitating.
Sugimori artwork of groudon
GROUDON has long been described in mythology as the POKéMON that raised lands and expanded continents. This POKéMON took to sleep after a cataclysmic battle with KYOGRE.
Sugimori artwork of torterra
Small Pokémon occasionally gather on its unmoving back to begin building their nests.
Sugimori artwork of gastrodon
It has a pliable body without any bones. If any part of its body is torn off, it grows right back.
Sugimori artwork of gible
It nests in small, horizontal holes in cave walls. It pounces to catch prey that stray too close.
Sugimori artwork of gabite
There is a long-held belief that medicine made from its scales will heal even incurable illnesses.
Sugimori artwork of garchomp
When it folds up its body and extends its wings, it looks like a jet plane. It flies at sonic speed.
Sugimori artwork of hippopotas
It lives in arid places. Instead of perspiration, it expels grainy sand from its body.
Sugimori artwork of hippowdon
It blasts internally stored sand from ports on its body to create a towering twister for attack.
Sugimori artwork of rhyperior
It puts rocks in holes in its palms and uses its muscles to shoot them. GEODUDE are shot at rare times.
Sugimori artwork of gliscor
It observes prey while hanging inverted from branches. When the chance presents itself, it swoops!
Sugimori artwork of mamoswine
Its impressive tusks are made of ice. The population thinned when it turned warm after the ice age.
Sugimori artwork of drilbur
Il peut creuser à plus de 50 km/h et faire la course avec une voiture roulant sur le terrain qu’il creuse.
Sugimori artwork of excadrill
Ses vrilles en acier peuvent transpercer des poutres en fer. Il est très employé dans la construction de tunnels.
Sugimori artwork of palpitoad
Quand il fait vibrer la bosse sur sa tête, il provoque des ondulations dans l’eau, mais aussi des tremblements de terre.
Sugimori artwork of seismitoad
Il fait gicler un liquide paralysant des pustules sur sa tête, et attaque ses ennemis à coups de vibrations.
Sugimori artwork of sandile
Il vit dans le sable des déserts. Le sable chauffé par le soleil empêche son corps de refroidir.
Sugimori artwork of krokorok
Ils vivent en petits groupes. La membrane qui couvre leurs yeux les protège du soleil.
Sugimori artwork of krookodile
Il ne laisse jamais échapper ses proies. Ses mâchoires surpuissantes peuvent broyer une voiture.
Sugimori artwork of stunfisk
Sa peau est si dure qu’il peut se faire piétiner par un sumo sans rien sentir. Il sourit en émettant de l’électricité.
Sugimori artwork of golett
Il se meut grâce à l’énergie stockée dans son corps. Personne ne sait d’où vient cette énergie mystérieuse.
Sugimori artwork of golurk
Il vole à la vitesse du son. Si le sceau sur sa poitrine est retiré, il perd tout contrôle de lui-même.
Sugimori artwork of landorus-incarnate
Il fait fructifier les cultures partout où il passe, c’est pourquoi on l’appelle “le dieu des moissons”.