Goldeen

Goldeen is a Water type Pokémon introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the Goldfish Pokémon.

Pokédex entries

Red
Blue
Its tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of the Water Queen.
Yellow When it is time for them to lay eggs, they can be seen swimming up rivers and falls in large groups.
Gold Its dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
Silver A strong swimmer, it is capable of swimming nonstop up fast streams at a steady speed of five knots.
Crystal During spawning season, they swim gracefully in the water, searching for their perfect mate.
Ruby GOLDEEN is a very beautiful POKéMON with fins that billow elegantly in water. However, don’t let your guard down around this POKéMON - it could ram you powerfully with its horn.
Sapphire GOLDEEN loves swimming wild and free in rivers and ponds. If one of these POKéMON is placed in an aquarium, it will shatter even the thickest glass with one ram of its horn and make its escape.
FireRed Its dorsal and pectoral fins are strongly developed like muscles. It can swim at a speed of five knots.
LeafGreen Its tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of “The Water Queen.”
Emerald In the springtime, schools of GOLDEEN can be seen swimming up falls and rivers. It metes out staggering damage with its single horn.
Diamond It swims elegantly by flittering its tail fin as if it were a dress. It has the look of a queen.
Pearl It swims at a steady 5 knots. If it senses danger, it will strike back with its sharp horn.
Platinum Though it appears very elegant when swimming with fins unfurled, it can jab powerfully with its horn.
HeartGold Its dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
SoulSilver A strong swimmer, it is capable of swimming nonstop up fast streams at a steady speed of five knots per hour.
Black
White
Black 2
White 2
Though it appears very elegant when swimming with fins unfurled, it can jab powerfully with its horn.
X It swims at a steady 5 knots. If it senses danger, it will strike back with its sharp horn.
Y Its dorsal, pectoral, and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.

Evolution chart

Goldeen
#118
Goldeen
Water

(Level 33)
Seaking
#119
Seaking
Water

Name origin

goldfish
a species of fish
queen
royalty

Moves learned by Goldeen

Goldeen sprites

Normal
Black/White
Normal
Black/White
Shiny
Black/White
Shiny
Black/White
Normal
HG/SS
Normal
HG/SS
Shiny
HG/SS
Shiny
HG/SS
Goldeen normal sprite
Female
Goldeen normal sprite
Male
Goldeen shiny sprite
Female
Goldeen shiny sprite
Male
Goldeen normal sprite
Female
Goldeen normal sprite
Male
Goldeen shiny sprite
Female
Goldeen shiny sprite
Male

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Answers to Goldeen questions