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#118 Goldeen

official Goldeen artwork by Ken Sugimori

Quick facts

Name Goldeen
Type Water
Species Goldfish Pokémon
Height 0.6 m (2' 0")
Weight 15 kg (33.1 lbs)
Catch rate 225

Goldeen's description

Goldeen is a Water-type Pokémon introduced in Gen 1 and has the National Dex number #118. The Pokédex classifies it as the Goldfish Pokémon.

Goldeen's name in

Chinese (T / S) French German Japanese Korean
콘치 (Konchi) Poissirène Goldini トサキント (Tosakinto) 角金魚 / 角金鱼 (Jiǎojīnyú)

Goldeen's resistances & weaknesses

FireWaterElectricGrassIceSteel
0.50.52.02.00.50.5

Goldeen's rearing

Training

Experience Growth Medium Fast
Base Happiness 50
EV yield 1 Attack

Breeding

Gender ratio 50%50%
Egg Group(s) Water 2
Egg Cycles 20 (approx. 5120 steps)

Goldeen's abilities

1st Ability 2nd Ability Hidden Ability
Swift Swim Water Veil Lightning Rod

Goldeen's base stats

Stats Lv. 50 Lv. 100
Min Max Min Max
HP 45
105 200 152 294
Attack 67
64 125 130 256
Defense 60
58 112 123 240
Sp. Atk 35
36 67 95 185
Sp. Def 50
49 94 112 218
Speed 63
61 117 126 247
Total 320

Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, 0 IVs, and (if applicable) a hindering nature. Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, 31 IVs, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.

Goldeen's evolutions

Level 33

Goldeen's Pokédex entries

Gen Game Description
1Red, BlueIts tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of the Water Queen.
1YellowWhen it is time for them to lay eggs, they can be seen swimming up rivers and falls in large groups.
1StadiumIts beautiful tail fin billows and flutters like an elegant dress. Swims at a speed of five knots.
2GoldIts dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
2SilverA strong swimmer, it is capable of swimming nonstop up fast streams at a steady speed of five knots.
2CrystalDuring spawning season, they swim gracefully in the water, searching for their perfect mate.
2Stadium 2Its dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
3RubyGoldeen is a very beautiful Pokémon with fins that billow elegantly in water. However, don't let your guard down around this Pokémon - it could ram you powerfully with its horn.
3SapphireGoldeen loves swimming wild and free in rivers and ponds. If one of these Pokémon is placed in an aquarium, it will shatter even the thickest glass with one ram of its horn and make its escape.
3EmeraldIn the springtime, schools of Goldeen can be seen swimming up falls and rivers. It metes out staggering damage with its single horn.
3FireRedIts dorsal and pectoral fins are strongly developed like muscles. It can swim at a speed of five knots.
3LeafGreenIts tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of "The Water Queen".
4DiamondIt swims elegantly by flittering its tail fin as if it were a dress. It has the look of a queen.
4PearlIt swims at a steady 5 knots. If it senses danger, it will strike back with its sharp horn.
4PlatinumThough it appears very elegant when swimming with fins unfurled, it can jab powerfully with its horn.
4HeartGoldIts dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
4SoulSilverA strong swimmer, it is capable of swimming nonstop up fast streams at a steady speed of five knots per hour.
5Black, White, Black 2, White 2Though it appears very elegant when swimming with fins unfurled, it can jab powerfully with its horn.
6XIt swims at a steady 5 knots. If it senses danger, it will strike back with its sharp horn.
6YIts dorsal, pectoral and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
6Omega RubyGoldeen is a very beautiful Pokémon with fins that billow elegantly in water. However, don't let your guard down around this Pokémon—it could ram you powerfully with its horn.
6Alpha SapphireGoldeen loves swimming wild and free in rivers and ponds. If one of these Pokémon is placed in an aquarium, it will shatter even the thickest glass with one ram of its horn and make its escape.
7SunWhen the weather grows warm, they form groups and swim upriver. This sight serves as a poetic reminder that spring has arrived.
7MoonSpellbound by the length of its horn and the beauty of its fins, many strange Trainers raise Goldeen and nothing but Goldeen.
7Ultra SunAlthough known for their splendid tail fins, Goldeen apparently compete among themselves to see whose horn is thickest and sharpest.
7Ultra MoonThe way it swims along fluttering its dress-like fins has earned it the name “princess of the water.”
7Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!When it is time for them to lay eggs, they can be seen swimming up rivers and falls in large groups.
8SwordIts dorsal, pectoral, and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the Water Dancer.
8ShieldIts dorsal and pectoral fins are strongly developed like muscles. It can swim at a speed of five knots.