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#051 Dugtrio

official Dugtrio artwork by Ken Sugimori

Quick facts

Name Dugtrio
Type Ground
Species Mole Pokémon
Height 0.7 m (2' 4")
Weight 33.3 kg (73.4 lbs)
Catch rate 50

Dugtrio's description

Dugtrio is a Ground-type Pokémon introduced in Gen 1 and has the National Dex number #051. The Pokédex classifies it as the Mole Pokémon.

Dugtrio's name in

Chinese (T / S) French German Japanese Korean
닥트리오 (Dakteurio) Triopikeur Digdri ダグトリオ (Dugtrio) 三地鼠 / 三地鼠 (Sāndìshǔ)

Dugtrio's resistances & weaknesses

WaterElectricGrassIcePoisonRock
2.00.02.02.00.50.5

Dugtrio's rearing

Training

Experience Growth Medium Fast
Base Happiness 50
EV yield 2 Speed

Breeding

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

Dugtrio's abilities

1st Ability 2nd Ability Hidden Ability
Arena Trap Sand Veil Sand Force

Dugtrio's base stats

Stats Lv. 50 Lv. 100
Min Max Min Max
HP 35
95 180 142 274
Attack 100
94 184 167 328
Defense 50
49 94 112 218
Sp. Atk 50
49 94 112 218
Sp. Def 70
67 130 134 262
Speed 120
112 220 189 372
Total 425

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.

Dugtrio's evolutions

Dugtrio's Pokédex entries

Gen Game Description
1Red, BlueA team of Diglett triplets. It triggers huge earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.
1YellowA team of triplets that can burrow over 60 MPH. Due to this, some people think it's an earthquake.
1StadiumDiglett triplets that always travel together. Known to burrow more than 60 miles underground and trigger quakes.
2GoldIts three heads bob separately up and down to loosen the soil nearby, making it easier for it to burrow.
2SilverExtremely powerful, they can dig through even the hardest ground to a depth of over 60 miles.
2CrystalThese Diglett triplets dig over 60 miles below sea level. No one knows what it's like underground.
2Stadium 2Its three heads bob separately up and down to loosen the soil nearby, making it easier for it to burrow.
3Ruby, SapphireDugtrio are actually triplets that emerged from one body. As a result, each triplet thinks exactly like the other two triplets. They work cooperatively to burrow endlessly.
3EmeraldBecause the triplets originally split from one body, they think exactly alike. They work cooperatively to burrow endlessly through the ground.
3FireRedIn battle, it digs through the ground and strikes the unsuspecting foe from an unexpected direction.
3LeafGreenA team of Diglett triplets. It triggers huge earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.
4Diamond, Pearl, PlatinumIts three heads move alternately, driving it through tough soil to depths of over 60 miles.
4HeartGoldIts three heads bob separately up and down to loosen the soil nearby, making it easier for it to burrow.
4SoulSilverExtremely powerful, they can dig through even the hardest ground to a depth of over 60 miles.
5Black, White, Black 2, White 2Its three heads move alternately, driving it through tough soil to depths of over 60 miles.
6XIn battle, it digs through the ground and strikes the unsuspecting foe from an unexpected direction.
6YExtremely powerful, they can dig through even the hardest ground to a depth of over 60 miles.
6Omega Ruby, Alpha SapphireDugtrio are actually triplets that emerged from one body. As a result, each triplet thinks exactly like the other two triplets. They work cooperatively to burrow endlessly.
7SunThis set of triplets moves cooperatively. It's the power of teamwork that enables this Pokémon to dig to a depth of 60 miles.
7MoonDespite the closeness between this Pokémon and farmers and other people, no one has ever seen the parts of it concealed underground.
7Ultra SunWhile the three of them normally get along splendidly, on rare occasions a huge fight will break out over which head gets to eat first.
7Ultra MoonDugtrio's heads are sleek and smooth and incredibly hard. It can dig through any soil with its headbutts.
7Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!A team of triplets that can burrow to a depth of 60 miles. It's reported that this triggers an earthquake.
8SwordA team of Diglett triplets. It triggers huge earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.
8ShieldThese Diglett triplets dig over 60 miles below sea level. No one knows what it's like underground.

Dugtrio's variants

Alolan Dugtrio

official Alolan Dugtrio artwork by Ken Sugimori

Quick facts

Name Alolan Dugtrio
Type GroundSteel
Species Mole Pokémon
Height 0.7 m (2' 4")
Weight 66.6 kg (146.8 lbs)
Catch rate50

Alolan Dugtrio's description

Alolan Dugtrio is a Ground- / Steel-type Pokémon introduced in Gen 7. The Pokédex classifies it as the Mole Pokémon.

Alolan Dugtrio's resistances & weaknesses

NormalFireWaterElectricFightingGroundFylingPsychicBugRockDragonSteelFairy
x ½x 2x 2x 0x 2x 2x ½x ½x ½​x ¼x ½x ½x ½

Alolan Dugtrio's rearing

Training
Experience Growth Medium Fast
Base Happiness 70
EV yield 2 Attack
Breeding
Gender ratio 50%50%
Egg Group(s) Field
Egg Cycles 20 (approx. 5120 steps)

Alolan Dugtrio's abilities

1st Ability 2nd Ability Hidden Ability
Sand Veil Tangling Hair Sand Force

Alolan Dugtrio's base stats

Stats Lv. 50 Lv. 100
Min Max Min Max
HP 35
95 180 142 274
Attack 100
94 184 167 328
Defense 60
58 112 123 240
Sp. Atk 50
49 94 112 218
Sp. Def 70
67 130 134 262
Speed 110
103 202 178 350
Total 425

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.

Alolan Dugtrio's Pokédex entries

Game Pokédex entry
SunIts shining gold hair provides it with protection. It’s reputed that keeping any of its fallen hairs will bring bad luck.
MoonThese Pokémon are cherished in the Alola region, where they are thought to be feminine deities of the land incarnate.
Ultra SunIts metallic whiskers are heavy, so it’s not very fast, but it has the power to dig through bedrock.
Ultra MoonIts shining gold whiskers are advanced sensors that can detect vibrations from sounds several miles away.
Let's Go, Pikachu!They’re referred to as triplets, but they’re not identical—the metallic elements in their bodies differ slightly. The proof shows in their whiskers!
Let's Go, Eevee!They’re referred to as triplets, but they’re not identical—the metallic elements in their bodies differ slightly. The proof shows in their whiskers!
SwordTheir beautiful, metallic whiskers create a sort of protective helmet on their heads, and they also function as highly precise sensors.
ShieldThe three of them get along very well. Through their formidable teamwork, they defeat powerful opponents.