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#138 Omanyte

official Omanyte artwork by Ken Sugimori

Quick facts

Name Omanyte
Type RockWater
Species Spiral Pokémon
Height 0.4 m (1' 4")
Weight 7.5 kg (16.5 lbs)
Catch rate 45

Omanyte's description

Omanyte is a Rock- / Water-type Pokémon introduced in Gen 1 and has the National Dex number #138. The Pokédex classifies it as the Spiral Pokémon.

Omanyte's name in

Chinese (T / S) French German Japanese Korean
암나이트 (Amnaiteu) Amonita Amonitas オムナイト (Omnite) 菊石獸 / 菊石兽 (Júshíshòu)

Omanyte's resistances & weaknesses

NormalFireElectricGrassIceFightingPoisonGroundFyling
x ½​x ¼x 2x 4x ½x 2x ½x 2x ½

Omanyte's rearing

Training

Experience Growth Medium Fast
Base Happiness 70
EV yield 1 Defense

Breeding

Gender ratio 87.5%12.5%
Egg Group(s) Water 1, Water 3
Egg Cycles 30 (approx. 7680 steps)

Omanyte's abilities

1st Ability 2nd Ability Hidden Ability
Shell Armor Swift Swim Weak Armor

Omanyte's base stats

Stats Lv. 50 Lv. 100
Min Max Min Max
HP 35
95 180 142 274
Attack 40
40 76 101 196
Defense 100
94 184 167 328
Sp. Atk 90
85 166 156 306
Sp. Def 55
54 103 117 229
Speed 35
36 67 95 185
Total 355

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.

Omanyte's evolutions

Level 40

Omanyte's Pokédex entries

Gen Game Description
1Red, BlueAlthough long extinct, in rare cases, it can be genetically resurrected from fossils.
1YellowAn ancient Pokémon that was recovered from a fossil. It swims by cleverly twisting its 10 tentacles about.
1StadiumA prehistoric and long-extinct Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil. Swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about.
2GoldRevived from an ancient fossil, this Pokémon uses air stored in its shell to sink and rise in water.
2SilverThis Pokémon from ancient times is said to have navigated the sea by adeptly twisting its 10 tentacles.
2CrystalIn prehistoric times, it swam on the sea floor, eating plankton. Its fossils are sometimes found.
2Stadium 2Revived from an ancient fossil, this Pokémon uses air stored in its shell to sink and rise in water.
3Ruby, SapphireOmanyte is one of the ancient and long-since-extinct Pokémon that have been regenerated from fossils by people. If attacked by an enemy, it withdraws itself inside its hard shell.
3EmeraldOne of the ancient and long-since-extinct Pokémon that have been regenerated from fossils by humans. If attacked, it withdraws into its hard shell.
3FireRedA prehistoric Pokémon that lived in the primordial sea, it swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about.
3LeafGreenAlthough long extinct, in rare cases, it can be genetically resurrected from fossils.
4Diamond, Pearl, PlatinumA Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil using modern science. It swam in ancient seas.
4HeartGoldRevived from an ancient fossil, this Pokémon uses air stored in its shell to sink and rise in water.
4SoulSilverThis Pokémon from ancient times is said to have navigated the sea by adeptly twisting its 10 tentacles.
5Black, White, Black 2, White 2A Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil using modern science. It swam in ancient seas.
6XA prehistoric Pokémon that lived in the primordial sea, it swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about.
6YRevived from an ancient fossil, this Pokémon uses air stored in its shell to sink and rise in water.
6Omega Ruby, Alpha SapphireOmanyte is one of the ancient and long-since-extinct Pokémon that have been regenerated from fossils by people. If attacked by an enemy, it withdraws itself inside its hard shell.
7Ultra SunOmanyte lived in the seas of antiquity. Its fossils have been found bearing bite marks from Archeops, so apparently Archeops preyed on it.
7Ultra MoonIt was restored from an ancient fossil. Those Helix Fossils are excavated from areas that were once oceans long, long ago.
7Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!An ancient Pokémon that was recovered from a fossil. It swam by cleverly twisting its 10 tentacles about.