Geodude • Generation VIII Pokédex

Geodude
Pokédex Page for Geodude

This is the Marriland Pokédex page for Geodude, showing its information and moves in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl. Geodude is not available in Pokémon Sword or Shield and cannot be used in or sent to those versions.

Geodude

Geodude
Sprite of Geodude in Pokémon HOME

Geodude's Type

ROCK
GROUND

Geodude's Pokédex #s

National #
74
Sinnoh #
31

Geodude's Base Stats

HP:
40
Attack:
80
Defense:
100
Sp. Atk:
30
Sp. Def:
30
Speed:
20
Total:
300

Misc. Info

Height:
1'4" (0.4m)
Weight:
44.1 lbs. (20 kg)
Gender Ratio:
Egg Groups:
Mineral
EXP At Lv. 100:
1,059,680
EV Yield:
1 Defense
Base EXP:
60
Catch Rate:
255
Base Happiness:
70

Geodude's Abilities

Here are what abilities Geodude can possibly have, along with their effects.
Rock Head
Prevents all recoil damage Geodude takes from moves that cause recoil damage.
Sturdy
If Geodude has full HP and would be knocked out by a single hit, it survives with 1 HP. Also protects against OHKO moves.
Sand Veil
Raises Geodude's base evasion by 25% in a sandstorm. Prevents sandstorm damage to Geodude.

Weaknesses & Resistances

Below is a list of what Geodude's weakness and resistance is to various types.
WATER
GRASS
ICE
FIGHTING
GROUND
STEEL
½
NORMAL
FIRE
FLYING
ROCK
¼
POISON
immune
ELECTRIC

Geodude's Evolution Line

Below you'll find a list of all Pokémon Geodude evolves from or into, along with its evolution method.
Geodude
Geodude
starting form
Graveler
Graveler
at level 25
Golem
Golem
upon trading

Geodude's Alternate Forms

Geodude's Moves in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl

Below is a list of all of the moves that Geodude can learn, along with what level it learns the move, the TM number, and what egg moves it can learn, if any. Hover over a move (desktop/laptop) or click the ? button next to the move (mobile/tablet) to find out more about the move.

Level Up Moves

Here are all of the moves Geodude learns via level up. Anything marked "Evo." means it learns it upon evolving. If the level is 1, it can be relearned at a Pokémon Center.
Lv. Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
1
Tackle
Damages the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
40 100% 35 One Target
1
Defense Curl
Raises Geodude's Defense by one stage. Rollout and Ice Ball do double damage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 40 User
4
Sandstorm
Changes the weather to a sandstorm for 5 turns.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 10 Entire Field
6
Rock Polish
Raises Geodude's Speed by two stages.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
10
Rollout
Lose control for up to 5 turns, with each hit doing 2× as much. Doubles damage if Defense Curl was used beforehand.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
30 90% 20 One Target
12
Harden
Raises Geodude's Defense by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 30 User
16
Rock Throw
Damages the target.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
50 90% 15 One Target
18
Smack Down
The target can be hit by Ground-type moves after being hit by Smack Down.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
50 100% 15 One Target
22
Bulldoze
100% chance of lowering all nearby Pokémon's Speed by one stage.
GROUND
PHYSICAL
60 100% 20 All But Self
24
Self-Destruct
Geodude is knocked out after using Self-Destruct.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
200 100% 5 All But Self
28
Stealth Rock
Sets floating rocks on the enemy's field. Does 1/8 max HP to enemies that switch in. Weakness/resistance to Rock affects this damage.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 20 Enemy Field
30
Rock Blast
Hits the target two to five times in a row.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
25 90% 10 One Target
34
Earthquake
Does double damage against targets using Dig.
GROUND
PHYSICAL
100 100% 10 All But Self
36
Explosion
Geodude is knocked out after using Explosion.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
250 100% 5 All But Self
40
Double-Edge
Geodude takes 33% of Double-Edge's damage as recoil damage.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
120 100% 15 One Target
42
Stone Edge
Has a higher critical hit rate. (+1 stage.)
ROCK
PHYSICAL
100 80% 5 One Target

TM Moves

Here are all of the moves that Geodude can learn via TM (Technical Machine). These moves can be taught once per use of the TM.
TM Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
TM01
Focus Punch
Low priority. Charges for the turn. If hit, lose focus and do nothing for the turn.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
150 100% 20 One Target
TM11
Sunny Day
Changes the weather to sunny for 5 turns.
FIRE
STATUS
-- -- 5 Entire Field
TM17
Protect
Protects Geodude from attacks for a turn. Low chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM26
Earthquake
Does double damage against targets using Dig.
GROUND
PHYSICAL
100 100% 10 All But Self
TM28
Dig
Can't be hit on the first turn, attacks on the second turn.
GROUND
PHYSICAL
80 100% 10 One Target
TM31
Brick Break
Breaks the opponent's Light Screen or Reflect.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
75 100% 15 One Target
TM32
Double Team
Raises Geodude's Evasion by one stage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 15 User
TM35
Flamethrower
Has a 10% chance to burn the target.
FIRE
SPECIAL
90 100% 15 One Target
TM37
Sandstorm
Changes the weather to a sandstorm for 5 turns.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 10 Entire Field
TM38
Fire Blast
Has a 10% chance to burn the target.
FIRE
SPECIAL
110 85% 5 One Target
TM39
Rock Tomb
100% chance of lowering the target's Speed by one stage.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
60 95% 15 One Target
TM42
Facade
Does double damage if Geodude is poisoned, burned, or paralyzed.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
70 100% 20 One Target
TM44
Rest
Geodude restores its HP to full and falls asleep for two turns.
PSYCHIC
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM45
Attract
Infatuates Pokémon of the opposite gender.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 100% 15 One Target
TM56
Fling
Throws Geodude's held item. Type and power depend on the item.
DARK
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 10 One Target
TM58
Endure
Will survive any hit with at least 1 HP left this turn. 50% chance of working on consecutive turns.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM64
Explosion
Geodude is knocked out after using Explosion.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
250 100% 5 All But Self
TM69
Rock Polish
Raises Geodude's Speed by two stages.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 20 User
TM71
Stone Edge
Has a higher critical hit rate. (+1 stage.)
ROCK
PHYSICAL
100 80% 5 One Target
TM74
Gyro Ball
Does more damage based on how much lower Geodude's Speed is compared to the target's.
STEEL
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 5 One Target
TM76
Stealth Rock
Sets floating rocks on the enemy's field. Does 1/8 max HP to enemies that switch in. Weakness/resistance to Rock affects this damage.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 20 Enemy Field
TM80
Rock Slide
Has a 30% chance of causing all nearby enemies to flinch.
ROCK
PHYSICAL
75 90% 10 Nearby Enemies
TM82
Sleep Talk
Can only be used while asleep. Uses one of Geodude's moves at random.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM83
Bulldoze
100% chance of lowering all nearby Pokémon's Speed by one stage.
GROUND
PHYSICAL
60 100% 20 All But Self
TM87
Swagger
Raises the target's Attack by two stages and confuses it.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- 85% 15 One Target
TM90
Substitute
Costs 25% of Geodude's max HP. Sets up a Substitute to block effects and damage.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 10 User
TM96
Strength
Damages the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
80 100% 15 One Target
TM98
Rock Smash
50% chance of lowering the target's Defense by one stage.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
40 100% 15 One Target
TM100
Rock Climb
Has a 20% chance of confusing the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
90 85% 20 One Target

Egg Moves

Here are all of the moves that Geodude can learn as Egg Moves. In the case of evolved Pokémon, it shows what Egg Moves it can learn in its lowest evolutionary stage. Click the word EGG to find compatible breeding Pokémon to get that Egg Move onto Geodude.
Move Type Category Power Acc.% PP Target Info
EGG
Mega Punch
Damages the target.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
80 85% 20 One Target
EGG
Block
Prevents the target from fleeing or switching out.
NORMAL
STATUS
-- -- 5 One Target
EGG
Hammer Arm
Lowers Geodude's Speed by one stage.
FIGHTING
PHYSICAL
100 90% 10 One Target
EGG
Flail
Does more damage when Geodude's HP is low.
NORMAL
PHYSICAL
varies 100% 15 One Target
EGG
Curse
Raises Geodude's Attack and Defense by one stage, but lowers its Speed by one stage.
GHOST
STATUS
-- -- 10 Counter
EGG
Autotomize
Raises Geodude's Speed by two stages and reduces its weight by half.
STEEL
STATUS
-- -- 15 User
EGG
Wide Guard
Protects your team from moves that hit multiple targets for the turn.
ROCK
STATUS
-- -- 10 User's Field

Geodude's Detailed Stats

Below you'll find a more detailed table containing Geodude's calculated stats, which are the stats that you actually see displayed in game. These are affected by a variety of things, such as level, Effort Values (EVs), Individual Values (IVs), and Geodude's Nature.

By default, the stats you see in the table below show four different possibilities, all assuming Geodude is level 100: its stats with 0 EVs, 252+ (max) EVs, 0 IVs, and 31 (max) IVs. Nature is not shown by default, so its maximum is 10% higher than shown here, and minium 10% lower.
Stats at
level 100
0 EVs 252+ EVs Base Stat
Min Max Min Max
HP
190 221 253 284 40
Attack
165 196 228 259 80
Defense
205 236 268 299 100
Sp. Atk
65 96 128 159 30
Sp. Def
65 96 128 159 30
Speed
45 76 108 139 20
Total
300

Where to Find Geodude in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl

Location information on where to find Geodude in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl will be coming to the Marriland Pokédex in a future update! Thank you for your patience!

Pokédex Entries for Geodude

Generation 7 Pokédex Entries

Sun
Its round body makes it easy to pick up, but it is hard and heavy. It's dangerous to play with them as if they were snowballs.
Moon
There are plenty of them to be found along any road. A scholar with too much free time once counted a hundred of them along a single route.
Ultra Sun
Geodude that have lived a long life have had all their edges smoothed out until they're totally round. They also have a calm, quiet disposition.
Ultra Moon
It uses both hands to climb precipitous cliffs. People who see it in action have been known to take up bouldering.

Generation 6 Pokédex Entries

X
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Y
It is impossible to distinguish from rocks. It slams against others in contests of hardness.
Omega Ruby
The longer a Geodude lives, the more its edges are chipped and worn away, making it more rounded in appearance. However, this Pokémon's heart will remain hard, craggy, and rough always.
Alpha Sapphire
When Geodude sleeps deeply, it buries itself halfway into the ground. It will not awaken even if hikers step on it unwittingly. In the morning, this Pokémon rolls downhill in search of food.

Generation 5 Pokédex Entries

Black White Black 2 White 2
At rest, it looks just like a rock. Carelessly stepping on it will make it swing its fists angrily.

Generation 4 Pokédex Entries

Diamond
Many live on mountain trails and remain half buried while keeping an eye on climbers.
Pearl
It is impossible to distinguish from rocks. It slams against others in contests of hardness.
Platinum
At rest, it looks just like a rock. Carelessly stepping on it will make it swing its fists angrily.
HeartGold
Most people may not notice, but a closer look should reveal that there are many GEODUDE around.
SoulSilver
It uses its arms to steadily climb steep mountain paths. It swings its fists around if angered.

Generation 3 Pokédex Entries

Ruby
The longer a GEODUDE lives, the more its edges are chipped and worn away, making it more rounded in appearance. However, this POKéMON's heart will remain hard, craggy, and rough always.
Sapphire
When GEODUDE sleeps deeply, it buries itself halfway into the ground. It will not awaken even if hikers step on it unwittingly. In the morning, this POKéMON rolls downhill in search of food.
Emerald
It climbs mountain paths using only the power of its arms. Because they look just like boulders lining paths, hikers may step on them without noticing.
FireRed
Its round form makes it easy to pick up. Some people have used them to hurl at each other in a snowball fight.
LeafGreen
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.

Generation 2 Pokédex Entries

Gold
Most people may not notice, but a closer look should reveal that there are many GEODUDE around.
Silver
It uses its arms to steadily climb steep mountain paths. It swings its fists around if angered.
Crystal
Proud of their sturdy bodies, they bash against each other in a contest to prove whose is harder.

Generation 1 Pokédex Entries

Red Blue
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Yellow
Commonly found near mountain trails, etc. If you step on one by accident, it gets angry.
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