Pokemon Sword and Shield Gloom is a Grass and Poison Type Weed Pokémon, which makes it weak against , Fire, Ice, Psychic type moves. You can find and catch Gloom in Dappled Grove with a 60% chance to appear during Normal Weather weather. The Max IV Stats of Gloom are 60 HP, 65 Attack, 85 SP Attack, 70 Defense, 75 SP Defense, and 40 Speed.
List of Gloom Max IV Stats in Pokemon SW SH.
Based on this pokemon's stats we consider the best nature for Gloom to have is Quiet, this will increase it's Sp. Atk and decrease it's Speed stats.
Sword Pokedex Entry
Its pistils exude an incredibly foul odor. The horrid stench can cause fainting at a distance of 1.25 miles.
Shield Pokedex Entry
What appears to be drool is actually sweet honey. It is very sticky and clings stubbornly if touched.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Gloom Evolutions
How do i get Gloom's evolution in Pokemon Sword and Shield?
Pokemon Sword and Shield Oddish evolves into Gloom when you reach Level 21. Gloom then evolves into its final evolution Vileplume with a Leaf Stone. This pokemon also has 1 alternative evolutions.
Gloom Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Where do i find and how to get Gloom?
Gloom does not spawn in the wild. Instead you can catch Oddish and evolve it into Gloom. A popular spawn location you can find Oddish is in the Dappled Grove area with a 60% chance to spawn during Normal weather.
Overworld Spawns (Visible in-game)
Non Overworld Spawns (NOT Visible - Randomly found in tall grass)
Pokemon Sword and Shield Gloom Raids
Where do i find Gloom Raids?
You can find Gloom raids in the following locations: Dappled Grove, Giant's Cap, Hammerlocke Hills, Motostoke Riverbank.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Gloom Weakness
Gloom is a Grass and Poison Type pokemon. This will cause it to take More Damage from , Fire, Ice, Psychic Type Moves and will take Less Damage from Water, Electric, Fighting, Fairy, Grass type moves.
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What pokemon is Gloom Weak Against?
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What pokemon is Gloom Strong Against?
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Pokemon SW and SH Gloom Moves List
What moves can Gloom learn from TMs, TRs, and Leveling?
Gloom can learn the grass type move Petal Dance at level 50. This Special move User attacks for 2-3 turns but then becomes confused. Bolded Pow numbers are adjusted for this pokemon's Grass and Poison type +50% STAB damage.
Gloom Level Up Moves
|01||Absorb||Special||30||100||25||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|01||Growth||Status||—||—||40||Raises user's Attack and Special Attack.|
|01||Acid||Special||60||100||30||May lower opponent's Special Defense.|
|01||Sweet Scent||Status||—||—||20||Lowers opponent's Evasiveness.|
|12||Mega Drain||Special||60||100||15||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|14||Poison Powder||Status||—||75||35||Poisons opponent.|
|16||Stun Spore||Status||—||75||30||Paralyzes opponent.|
|18||Sleep Powder||Status||—||75||15||Puts opponent to sleep.|
|20||Giga Drain||Special||112.5||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|26||Toxic||Status||—||90||10||Badly poisons opponent.|
|32||Moonblast||Special||95||100||15||May lower opponent's Special Attack.|
|38||Grassy Terrain||Status||—||—||10||Restores a little HP of all Pokémon for 5 turns.|
|44||Moonlight||Status||—||—||5||User recovers HP. Amount varies with the weather.|
|50||Petal Dance||Special||180||100||10||User attacks for 2-3 turns but then becomes confused.|
TM Moves Gloom can learn
|TM11||Solar Beam||Special||180||100||10||Charges on first turn, attacks on second.|
|TM21||Rest||Status||—||—||10||User sleeps for 2 turns, but user is fully healed.|
|TM24||Snore||Special||50||100||15||Can only be used if asleep. May cause flinching.|
|TM25||Protect||Status||—||—||10||Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TM28||Giga Drain||Special||112.5||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM29||Charm||Status||—||100||20||Sharply lowers opponent's Attack.|
|TM31||Attract||Status||—||100||15||If opponent is the opposite gender, it's less likely to attack.|
|TM34||Sunny Day||Status||—||—||5||Makes it sunny for 5 turns.|
|TM39||Facade||Physical||70||100||20||Power doubles if user is burned, poisoned, or paralyzed.|
|TM50||Bullet Seed||Physical||37.5||100||30||Hits 2-5 times in one turn.|
|TM59||Fling||Physical||—||100||10||Power depends on held item.|
|TM63||Drain Punch||Physical||75||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM74||Venoshock||Special||97.5||100||10||Inflicts double damage if the target is poisoned.|
|TM76||Round||Special||60||100||15||Power increases if teammates use it in the same turn.|
|TM88||Grassy Terrain||Status||—||—||10||Restores a little HP of all Pokémon for 5 turns.|
Gloom TR Moves
|TR00||Swords Dance||Status||—||—||20||Sharply raises user's Attack.|
|TR20||Substitute||Status||—||—||10||Uses HP to creates a decoy that takes hits.|
|TR22||Sludge Bomb||Special||135||100||10||May poison opponent.|
|TR26||Endure||Status||—||—||10||Always left with at least 1 HP, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TR27||Sleep Talk||Status||—||—||10||User performs one of its own moves while sleeping.|
|TR65||Energy Ball||Special||135||100||10||May lower opponent's Special Defense.|
|TR77||Grass Knot||Special||—||100||20||The heavier the opponent, the stronger the attack.|
|TR92||Dazzling Gleam||Special||80||100||10||Hits all adjacent opponents.|