Throh (Pokémon) -Pokémon encyclopedia
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Guts or Inner Focus
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Throh (Japanese: ナゲキ Nageki) is a Fighting-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V.
It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, but it is considered to be a counterpart of Sawk.
2 In the anime
2.1 Major appearances
2.2 Minor appearances
2.3 Pokédex entries
3 In the manga
3.1 In the Pokémon RéBURST manga
3.2 In the Pokémon Adventures manga
3.3 In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
4 In the TCG
5 Game data
5.1 Pokédex entries
5.2 Game locations
5.2.1 In side games
5.3 Held items
5.4.1 Base stats
5.5 Type effectiveness
5.6.1 By leveling up
5.6.2 By TM/HM
5.6.3 By breeding
5.6.4 By tutoring
5.7 Side game data
6.1.1 Name origin
7 In other languages
8 External links
Throh is a bipedal, humanoid Pokémon with a bulky, red body and rocky skin. Its head is round and low on its shoulders with a T-shaped black feature that forms its nose and brow. Its hands and feet each have three digits, with its fingers being rounded. It wears a white judogi with a black, v-neck collar that extends down to its black belt. The gi has an integrate diamond pattern on its sleeves and a black, square patch on the bend of its knees.
Throh travel in packs consisting of five members. It weaves its black belt from vines and ties the belt to increase its power. It is driven to throw larger opponents and will always try to do so. This Pokémon is an all male species with no female counterpart.
In the anime
Throh in the anime
Throh made his main series debut in The Clubsplosion Begins!, under the ownership of Montgomery. He was used during the Clubsplosion, where he defeated Delbert’s Mienshao, Iris’s Excadrill, and Ash’s Scraggy before losing to Stephan’s Sawk in Commanding the Clubsplosion Crown!.
Throh debuted in White—Victini and Zekrom, where he faced off against Ash’s Pikachu in the opening sequence.
A Throh appeared in a flashback or a fantasy in The Forest Champion!.
Throh, the Judo Pokémon. Throh is driven by an irresistible urge to throw larger opponents. A wild Throh uses vines to make a belt, which increases its power when tightened.
This concludes the entries from the Best Wishes series.
In the manga
Throh in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon RéBURST manga
A Throh appears as a Burst form of Danke.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
A Trainer’s Throh appeared in a flashback in A Nickname for Tepig.
A Trainer’s Throh appeared in Defeating Stoutland.
A Throh appeared in Special Delivery as one of the Pokémon competing in Nimbasa’s Pokémon Musical.
Marshal has a Throh that fought against Black’s Pokémon in Unraveling Mysteries.
A Team Plasma Grunt’s Throh was seen in Flying Ship.
In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
A Throh appeared in PMXY03.
In the TCG
Main article: Throh (TCG)
This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation V.
When it tightens its belt, it becomes stronger. Wild Throh use vines to weave their own belts.
When they encounter foes bigger than themselves, they try to throw them. They always travel in packs of five.
When it encounters a foe bigger than itself, it wants to throw it. It changes belts as it gets stronger.
This Pokémon has no Pokédex entries in Generation VII.
Routes 10, 15, and 18, Pinwheel Forest (outside) (rustling grass)
Routes 10, 15, and 18, Pinwheel Forest (outside) (tall grass)
Routes 15, 18, and 23, Pinwheel Forest (outside) (rustling grass)Victory Road (tall grass)
Routes 15, 18, and 23, Pinwheel Forest (outside), Victory Road (tall grass)
Friend Safari (Fighting)
Route 11, Friend Safari (Fighting)
Route 112 (hidden Pokémon*)
In side games
Canyon: Volcanic Slope
Secret Warehouse: Fighters on Ice
Safari Jungle: Stage 3Mo
Silbern Museum: Stage 98Nacht Carnival: Stage 519
Plasma Tundra: Endless Cave (All Areas)
Black Belt (5%)
Expert Belt (1%)
At Lv. 50
At Lv. 100
180 – 227
350 – 444
94 – 167
184 – 328
81 – 150
157 – 295
31 – 90
58 – 174
45 – 106
85 – 207
Other Pokémon with this total
Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.
Under normal battle conditions in Generation VII, this Pokémon is:
By leveling up
V – VI
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Throh
Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Throh
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations
This Pokémon learns no moves by breeding.
Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Throh in Generation VII
Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be bred from a Pokémon who learned the move in an earlier generation.
Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can only be bred onto Throh in that game.
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Egg moves from other generations
A black or Pokedex 25 PokemonPets white abbreviation in a colored box indicates that Throh can be tutored the move in that game
A colored abbreviation in a white box indicates that Throh cannot be tutored the move in that game
Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Move Tutor moves from other generations
Side game data
Pokémon Rumble Blast
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
PokéPark Pad entry:
He is training with Sawk to master his moves. He is stubborn, but he owns up to his mistakes when he realizes them. He is very straightforward.
Pokémon Battle Trozei
Briefly stops wild Pokémon from taking action.
Attack Power: 60 – 120
Power of 5
Increases damage when you make a match of five.
Skill Swapper: Barrier Bash+
For other sprites and images, please see Throh images on the Bulbagarden Archives.
Throh and Sawk draw parallels to the Generation I Pokémon Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan, in that they are male-only Fighting-type Pokémon that appear to be related to each other.
In both the anime and PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, Throh is slightly taller than Sawk despite being four inches (10 centimetres) shorter than it according to the Pokédex.
Throh and its counterpart were designed by Ken Sugimori.
Throh is based on a judo expert or judoka, and an oni.
According to interviews with Ken Sugimori in Nintendo Dream, in development, Sawk and Throh both had horns, making them look more like oni. However, they were replaced with eyebrows so as not to clash with Tornadus and Thundurus, who both were originally designed to be red and blue, like Throh and Sawk.
Throh is a corruption of throw.
Nageki is a combination of 投げる nageru (to throw) and 撃 geki (strike). It may also involve 鬼 ki (demon).
In other languages
From 投げ nageru and 撃 geki. May also involve 鬼 ki.
From judoka and the onomatopoeia crack
Same as English name
From Jiu Jitsu and Testosteron
From 던짐 deonjim and suffix -이 i
From 投射 tóushè and the Japanese 鬼 ki (oni).
Transcription of English name
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Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Nageki