Accelgor (Unova Pokédex. It is a Bug Type, and it is known as the Shell Out Pokémon.) is the 123rd Pokémon in the
After evolving from Shelmet, two of its abilities change. It still uses Hydration, which will heal its status ailments while it is raining. Shelmet that have Shell Armor receive the Sticky Hold Ability after evolving, which prevent its hold item from being stolen or lost. Accelgor also use a different Dream World Ability; instead of Overcoat it uses Unburden, which doubles its Speed once it has used its Hold Item.
Shelmet evolve into Accelgor after being traded for a Karrablast.
Accelgor is in the Bug Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately, 3,840 Steps to hatch. It takes Accelgor One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Accelgor takes on the appearance of a bug-like ninja with a pink head and a blue body.
Accelgor doesn't have any differences to differentiate between male or female.
Accelgor can only be obtained by evolving Shelmet in Black, White, Black 2 and White 2. However, if either Shelmet or Karrablast is holding an Everstone when it is traded, then neither Pokémon evolves.
Accelgor appears at World Axle Lake B2 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Accelgor appears at the Tech Area's Train Depot in Poké Park 2: Wonders Beyond. To befriend it, you have to beat it in a Tag Race.
Trading Card Game
Accelgor is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Dark Explorers set and as a Rare Card in the Noble Victories set.
A trainer named Charles uses an Accelgor during the episodes The Mighty Accelguard to the Rescue! and Stopping the Rage of Legends: Part 1. After evolving from Bianca's Shelmet, Professor Juniper would use that Accelgor in a Double Battle, teaming with Bianca and her Escavalier to take on Ash and Cilan.
Accelgor has yet to appear in any of the films as of writing.
Accelgor's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Accelgor is a part of the Rarelyused (RU) tier of competitive battling. With access to Spikes and a very high base 145 Speed, Accelgor can function as a great entry hazards lead, providing plenty of utility for a team to work with. Its movepool offers it a way to prevent entry hazard removal with Final Gambit and Encore to discourage set up sweepers from using it as set up bait. Accelgor can also run an offensive set due to its decent base 100 Special Attack to go along with its high Speed stat and solid coverage options in Focus Blast, Giga Drain, and Sludge Bomb, which allows for it to act as a late-game cleaner when pitted against weakened teams. It can even outspeed certain Choice Scarf users like Medicham with a Timid nature. However, Accelgor faces competition as a Spikes lead from Pokémon like Mega Glalie, Qwilfish, and Omastar. It is also very frail, meaning that its longevity on the field is short and can be prone to being taken out by priority attacks and fast Choice Scarf users.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
Shelmet Exclusive Moves