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411Bastiodon

Summary

Bastiodon is a ceratopsian Fossil Pokémon that debuted in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. Although it is normally docile and feeds on leaves and berries, it will not hesitate to fight its foes to the death when defending its young, repelling attacks with its shield-shaped head.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 7-A

Name: Bastiodon, the Shield Pokemon

Origin: Pokémon

Gender: Mostly male. Sometimes female

Age: Varies, but have lived 100 Million years ago.

Classification: Fossil Pokemon, Steel/Rock Type Pokemon, Shield Pokemon

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Metal Manipulation, Sound Manipulation, Rock Manipulation, Rage Inducement, Forcefield Creation, Attack Reflection, Statistics Amplification, Immunity to Sound Manipulation, Can halt an enemy's escape and nullify their ability to teleport to safety

Attack Potency: At least Mountain level+ (Can hurt other members of its species)

Speed: Transonic

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: At least Mountain Class+

Durability: At least Mountain level+ (Can take hits from Rampardos with ease)

Stamina: High. Rock type Pokemon are extremely durable even for Pokemon standards. Even more thanks to its steel typing.

Range: Standard Melee Range. Higher with Ancient Power.

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Pokemon are naturally good at combat. Animal-like in other areas.

Weaknesses: Bastiodon is extremely vulnerable to Fighting and Ground-type attacks and also takes additional damage from Water-type attacks. Bastiodon is also noted to be less durable when attacked from behind in its Pokedex entries.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

Abilities

  • Sturdy: Bastiodon's innately tough body and incredible willpower allows it to withstand a single blow no matter how powerful, allowing it to remain in battle, albeit with grievous injuries.
  • Soundproof: Bastiodon is immune to sound-based attacks and their effects, withstanding them as if they never occurred at all.

Moves

  • Ancient Power: Bastiodon calls upon its prehistoric power to manipulate large boulders and toss them at its enemy. This attack may also infuse Bastiodon with additional power, increasing its strength, durability, or speed.
  • Block: Bastiodon blocks the foes way, preventing them from retreating or teleporting.
  • Endure: Bastiodon braces itself for the next attack, keeping it from being incapacitated despite any injuries it may sustain.
  • Heavy Slam: Bastiodon pushes its entire weight on the target, dealing damage proportional to the difference in weight between it and the target.
  • Iron Defense: Bastiodon hardens its already tough body even further, greatly increasing its defense against physical attacks.
  • Iron Head: Bastiodon shrouds itself in metallic energy before ramming into the target to deal damage and potentially interrupt their next attack.
  • Metal Burst: Bastiodon absorbs the damage from the last attack it withstood and compresses it into an energy ball that it then fires at the target with even greater force. Alternatively, it can preemptively fire the energy ball to absorb enemy attacks and return along the aggressor's attack trajectory.
  • Metal Sound: Bastiodon lets out a horrible screech that grinds away at the opponent's defense against ranged attacks.
  • Protect: Bastiodon erects a forcefield that nullifies virtually any attack, but its success rate drops in half with each successive use.
  • Swagger: Bastiodon beckons the target to attack it, driving them into a berserk frenzy that increases their physical strength, but robs them of rational thought and proper motor control. As a result, the target can hurt themselves instead of launching a successful attack.
  • Taunt: Bastiodon taunts the target into attacking it, preventing them from thinking clearly and using attacks other than those that directly inflict damage.

Others

Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

Inconclusive Matches:

Start a Discussion Discussions about Bastiodon

  • Dobermon vs Bastiodon

    3 messages
    • Dog via hax... >Sees OP Luckily Sturdy doesn't save you from soul destruction.
    • Also, High 7-A vs 7-A Cal. And Doggy here has healing to help him. Plus Taunt will only last so long.