Gible

Gible is a Dragon/Ground type Pokémon introduced in Generation 4. It is known as the Land Shark Pokémon.

Pokédex data

National № 443
Type Dragon Ground
Species Land Shark Pokémon
Height 2′04″ (0.7 m)
Weight 45.2 lbs (20.5 kg)
Abilities 1. Sand Veil
Rough Skin (hidden ability)
Local № 109 (Diamond/Pearl)
109 (Platinum)
006 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)
238 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
307 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)

Training

EV yield 1 Attack
Catch rate 45 (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP)
Base Friendship 70 (normal)
Base Exp. 60
Growth Rate Slow

Breeding

Egg Groups Dragon, Monster
Gender 50% male, 50% female
Egg cycles 40 (10,024–10,280 steps)

Base stats

HP 58
226 320
Attack 70
130 262
Defense 45
85 207
Sp. Atk 40
76 196
Sp. Def 45
85 207
Speed 42
80 201
Total 300 Min Max

The ranges shown on the right are for a level 100 Pokémon. Maximum values are based on a beneficial nature, 252 EVs, 31 IVs; minimum values are based on a hindering nature, 0 EVs, 0 IVs.

Type defenses

The effectiveness of each type on Gible.

Evolution chart

(Level 24) (Level 48)

Gible changes

Pokédex entries

Diamond It nests in small, horizontal holes in cave walls. It pounces to catch prey that stray too close.
Pearl It once lived in the tropics. To avoid the cold, it lives in caves warmed by geothermal heat.
Platinum It attacks using its huge mouth. While its attacks are powerful, it hurts itself out of clumsiness, too.
HeartGold
SoulSilver
It nests in horizontal holes warmed by geothermal heat. Foes who get too close can expect to be pounced on and bitten.
Black
White
Black 2
White 2
It attacks using its huge mouth. While its attacks are powerful, it hurts itself out of clumsiness, too.
X
Omega Ruby
It nests in horizontal holes warmed by geothermal heat. Foes who get too close can expect to be pounced on and bitten.
Y
Alpha Sapphire
It nests in small, horizontal holes in cave walls. It pounces to catch prey that stray too close.
Sun It lives in caves warmed by geothermal heat. Even so, when the weather gets cold, it will huddle close with others of its kind.
Moon It skulks in caves, and when prey or an enemy passes by, it leaps out and chomps them. The force of its attack sometimes chips its teeth.
Ultra Sun It reacts to anything that moves—flies right at it and bites it. Sometimes it injures itself, but it doesn’t care too much.
Ultra Moon Its original home is an area much hotter than Alola. If you’re planning to live with one, your heating bill will soar.

Moves learned by Gible

Moves learnt by level up

Gible learns the following moves in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon at the levels specified.

Lv.
Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
1TackleNormal 40 100
3Sand AttackGround 100
7Dragon RageDragon 100
13SandstormRock
15Take DownNormal 90 85
19Sand TombGround 35 85
25SlashNormal 70 100
27Dragon ClawDragon 80 100
31DigGround 80 100
37Dragon RushDragon 100 75

Egg moves

Gible learns the following moves via breeding in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon. Details and compatible parents can be found on the Gible egg moves page.

Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
Body SlamNormal 85 100
Double-EdgeNormal 120 100
Dragon BreathDragon 60 100
Iron HeadSteel 80 100
Iron TailSteel 100 75
Metal ClawSteel 50 95
Mud ShotGround 55 95
OutrageDragon 120 100
Rock ClimbNormal 90 85
Sand TombGround 35 85
Scary FaceNormal 100
ThrashNormal 120 100
TwisterDragon 40 100

Move Tutor moves

Gible can be taught these attacks in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon from move tutors (details):

Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
Draco MeteorDragon 130 90
Dragon PulseDragon 85 100
Earth PowerGround 90 100
Iron HeadSteel 80 100
Iron TailSteel 100 75
OutrageDragon 120 100
SnoreNormal 50 100
Stealth RockRock

Moves learnt by TM

Gible is compatible with these Technical Machines in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon:

TM
Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
2Dragon ClawDragon 80 100
5RoarNormal
6ToxicPoison 90
10Hidden PowerNormal 60 100
11Sunny DayFire
17ProtectNormal
18Rain DanceWater
21FrustrationNormal 100
26EarthquakeGround 100 100
27ReturnNormal 100
32Double TeamNormal
35FlamethrowerFire 90 100
37SandstormRock
38Fire BlastFire 110 85
39Rock TombRock 60 95
40Aerial AceFlying 60
42FacadeNormal 70 100
44RestPsychic
45AttractNormal 100
48RoundNormal 60 100
65Shadow ClawGhost 70 100
71Stone EdgeRock 100 80
78BulldozeGround 60 100
80Rock SlideRock 75 90
87SwaggerNormal 85
88Sleep TalkNormal
90SubstituteNormal
100ConfideNormal

Transfer-only moves

Gible can only learn these moves in previous generations. It must be taught the moves in the appropriate game and then transferred to Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon.

Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
Method
CaptivateNormal 100 Generation 4 — TM
EndureNormal Generation 4 — TM
Natural GiftNormal 100 Generation 4 — TM
Fury CutterBug 40 95 Generation 4 — Move tutor
HeadbuttNormal 70 100 Generation 4 — Move tutor
Mud-SlapGround 20 100 Generation 4 — Move tutor
SwiftNormal 60 Generation 4 — Move tutor
Hone ClawsDark Generation 6 — TM
IncinerateFire 60 100 Generation 6 — TM
Rock SmashFighting 40 100 Generation 6 — TM
Secret PowerNormal 70 100 Generation 6 — TM
CutNormal 50 95 Generation 6 — HM
StrengthNormal 80 100 Generation 6 — HM

Moves learnt by level up

Gible does not learn any level up moves in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee.

Moves learnt by TM

Gible does not learn any HMs in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee.

Gible sprites

Type Generation 4 Generation 5 Generation 6 Generation 7
Normal Gible  sprite from Diamond & Pearl Gible  sprite from Black & White Gible  sprite from X & Y Gible  sprite from Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon
Shiny Gible Shiny sprite from Diamond & Pearl Gible Shiny sprite from Black & White Gible Shiny sprite from X & Y Gible Shiny sprite from Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

Where to find Gible

Diamond
Pearl
Platinum
Wayward Cave
HeartGold
SoulSilver
Trade/migrate from another game
Black
White
Black 2
White 2
Trade/migrate from another game
X
Y
Route 13
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire
Route 111
Sun
Moon
Ultra Sun
Ultra Moon
Breed Gabite/Garchomp
Let's Go Pikachu
Let's Go Eevee
Location data not yet available

Other languages

English Gible
Japanese フカマル (Fukamaru)
German Kaumalat
French Griknot

Name origin

gargoyle
grotesque carved ornament
nibble
make small bites