Graveler

Graveler is a Rock/Ground type Pokémon introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the Rock Pokémon.

Pokédex data

National № 075
Type Rock Ground
Species Rock Pokémon
Height 1.0 m (3′03″)
Weight 105.0 kg (231.5 lbs)
Abilities 1. Rock Head
2. Sturdy
Sand Veil (hidden ability)
Local № 075 (Red/Blue/Yellow)
035 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
058 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)
075 (FireRed/LeafGreen)
032 (Diamond/Pearl)
032 (Platinum)
035 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)
010 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)
059 (Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire)
230 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
299 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
075 (Let's Go Pikachu/Let's Go Eevee)
032 (Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl)

Training

EV yield 2 Defense
Catch rate 120 (15.7% with PokéBall, full HP)
Base Friendship 50 (normal)
Base Exp. 137
Growth Rate Medium Slow

Breeding

Egg Groups Mineral
Gender 50% male, 50% female
Egg cycles 15 (3,599–3,855 steps)

Base stats

HP 55
220 314
Attack 95
175 317
Defense 115
211 361
Sp. Atk 45
85 207
Sp. Def 45
85 207
Speed 35
67 185
Total 390 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 Graveler.

Pokédex data

National № 075
Type Rock Electric
Species Rock Pokémon
Height 1.0 m (3′03″)
Weight 110.0 kg (242.5 lbs)
Abilities 1. Magnet Pull
2. Sturdy
Galvanize (hidden ability)
Local № 075 (Red/Blue/Yellow)
035 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
058 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)
075 (FireRed/LeafGreen)
032 (Diamond/Pearl)
032 (Platinum)
035 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)
010 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)
059 (Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire)
230 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
299 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
075 (Let's Go Pikachu/Let's Go Eevee)
032 (Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl)

Training

EV yield 2 Defense
Catch rate 120 (15.7% with PokéBall, full HP)
Base Friendship 50 (normal)
Base Exp. 137
Growth Rate Medium Slow

Breeding

Egg Groups Mineral
Gender 50% male, 50% female
Egg cycles 15 (3,599–3,855 steps)

Base stats

HP 55
220 314
Attack 95
175 317
Defense 115
211 361
Sp. Atk 45
85 207
Sp. Def 45
85 207
Speed 35
67 185
Total 390 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 Graveler.

Evolution chart

(Level 25) (Trade)
#076
Golem
Rock · Ground
#074
Geodude
Alolan Geodude
Rock · Electric
(Level 25)
#075
Graveler
Alolan Graveler
Rock · Electric
(Trade)
#076
Golem
Alolan Golem
Rock · Electric

Graveler changes

Pokédex entries

Graveler

Red
Blue
Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Yellow Often seen rolling down mountain trails. Obstacles are just things to roll straight over, not avoid.
Gold With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn’t mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
Silver A slow walker, it rolls to move. It pays no attention to any object that happens to be in its path.
Crystal It travels by rolling on mountain paths. If it gains too much speed, it stops by running into huge rocks.
Ruby GRAVELER grows by feeding on rocks. Apparently, it prefers to eat rocks that are covered in moss. This POKéMON eats its way through a ton of rocks on a daily basis.
Sapphire Rocks are GRAVELER’s favorite food. This POKéMON will climb a mountain from the base to the summit, crunchingly feasting on rocks all the while. Upon reaching the peak, it rolls back down to the bottom.
FireRed Be careful while hiking on mountain trails. GRAVELER may come rolling down the path without slowing.
LeafGreen Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Emerald They descend from mountains by tumbling down steep slopes. They are so brutal, they smash aside obstructing trees and massive boulders with thunderous tackles.
Diamond GRAVELER make their homes on sheer cliff faces by gouging out numerous horizontal holes.
Pearl It tumbles down slopes, heedless of any body parts chipping off. It eats a ton of rocks daily.
Platinum It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
HeartGold With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn’t mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
SoulSilver A slow walker, it rolls to move. It pays no attention to any object that happens to be in its path.
Black
White
Black 2
White 2
It rolls on mountain paths to move. Once it builds momentum, no Pokémon can stop it without difficulty.
X With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn’t mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
Y Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Omega Ruby Graveler grows by feeding on rocks. Apparently, it prefers to eat rocks that are covered in moss. This Pokémon eats its way through a ton of rocks on a daily basis.
Alpha Sapphire Rocks are Graveler’s favorite food. This Pokémon will climb a mountain from the base to the summit, crunchingly feasting on rocks all the while. Upon reaching the peak, it rolls back down to the bottom.
Sun Mossy rocks are its favorite food. It can devour a ton a day while crunching loudly.
Moon This slow-footed Pokémon moves by curling up and rolling instead of walking. With enough momentum, its speed can exceed 60 mph.
Ultra Sun It climbs up cliffs as it heads toward the peak of a mountain. As soon as it reaches the summit, it rolls back down the way it came.
Ultra Moon It travels by rolling down cliffs. If it falls into a river, it will explode with its last gasp.
Let's Go Pikachu
Let's Go Eevee
Often seen rolling down mountain trails. Obstacles are just things to roll straight over, not avoid.
Brilliant Diamond Graveler make their homes on sheer cliff faces that have numerous holes in them.
Shining Pearl It tumbles down slopes, heedless of any body parts chipping off. It eats a ton of rocks daily.

Alolan Graveler

Sun Its preferred food is dravite. After it has eaten this mineral, crystals form inside the Pokémon, rising to the surface of part of its body.
Moon They eat rocks and often get into a scrap over them. The shock of Graveler smashing together causes a flash of light and a booming noise.
Ultra Sun When two Graveler fight each other, it fills the surroundings with flashes of light and sound. People call it the “fireworks of the earth.”
Ultra Moon Graveler’s entire body is tinged with electricity due to the stones it likes to eat. It’s very quick-tempered.
Let's Go Pikachu
Let's Go Eevee
When it comes rolling down a mountain path, anything in its way gets zapped by electricity and sent flying.

Moves learned by Graveler

Moves learnt by level up

Graveler learns the following moves in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl at the levels specified.

Lv.
Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
1Defense CurlNormalStatus
1Rock PolishRockStatus
1TackleNormalPhysical 40 100
4SandstormRockStatus
6Rock PolishRockStatus
10RolloutRockPhysical 30 90
12HardenNormalStatus
16Rock ThrowRockPhysical 50 90
18Smack DownRockPhysical 50 100
22BulldozeGroundPhysical 60 100
24Self-DestructNormalPhysical 200 100
30Stealth RockRockStatus
34Rock BlastRockPhysical 25 90
40EarthquakeGroundPhysical 100 100
44ExplosionNormalPhysical 250 100
50Double-EdgeNormalPhysical 120 100
54Stone EdgeRockPhysical 100 80

Egg moves

Graveler learns the following moves via breeding in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl. Details and compatible parents can be found on the Graveler egg moves page.

Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
AutotomizeSteelStatus
BlockNormalStatus
CurseGhostStatus
FlailNormalPhysical 100
Hammer ArmFightingPhysical 100 90
Mega PunchNormalPhysical 80 85
Wide GuardRockStatus

Moves learnt by TM

Graveler is compatible with these Technical Machines in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl:

Moves learnt by TR

Graveler cannot be taught any TR moves in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.

Moves learnt by level up

Graveler learns the following moves in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee at the levels specified.

Lv.
Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
1BideNormalPhysical
1Defense CurlNormalStatus
1Sand AttackGroundStatus 100
1TackleNormalPhysical 40 100
3Sand AttackGroundStatus 100
6BideNormalPhysical
9Rock ThrowRockPhysical 50 90
12Stealth RockRockStatus
15Take DownNormalPhysical 90 85
19Self-DestructNormalPhysical 200 100
23Rock SlideRockPhysical 75 90
31EarthquakeGroundPhysical 100 100
39Double-EdgeNormalPhysical 120 100
47ExplosionNormalPhysical 250 100
Lv.
Move
Type
Cat.
Power
Acc.
1BideNormalPhysical
1Defense CurlNormalStatus
1TackleNormalPhysical 40 100
1Thunder ShockElectricSpecial 40 100
3Thunder ShockElectricSpecial 40 100
6BideNormalPhysical
9Rock ThrowRockPhysical 50 90
12Stealth RockRockStatus
15Take DownNormalPhysical 90 85
19Self-DestructNormalPhysical 200 100
23Rock SlideRockPhysical 75 90
31Thunder PunchElectricPhysical 75 100
39Double-EdgeNormalPhysical 120 100
47ExplosionNormalPhysical 250 100

Moves learnt by TM

Graveler is compatible with these Technical Machines in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee:

Graveler sprites

Type Generation 1 Generation 2 Generation 3 Generation 4 Generation 5 Generation 6 Generation 7 Generation 8
Normal Graveler  sprite from Red & Blue Graveler  sprite from Silver Graveler  sprite from Ruby & Sapphire Graveler  sprite from Diamond & Pearl Graveler  sprite from Black & White Graveler  sprite from X & Y Graveler  sprite from Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon
Shiny Graveler Shiny sprite from Silver Graveler Shiny sprite from Ruby & Sapphire Graveler Shiny sprite from Diamond & Pearl Graveler Shiny sprite from Black & White Graveler Shiny sprite from X & Y Graveler Shiny sprite from Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

Other languages

English, Spanish, Italian Graveler
Japanese ゴローン (Golone)
German Georok
French Gravalanch

Name origin

gravel
small rocks/pebbles