Seismitoad (Unova Pokédex. It is a Water/Ground type, and it is known as the Vibration Pokémon.) is the 43rd Pokémon in the
Seismitoad's two abilities are Swift Swim, which doubles its speed when rainy, however this won't take effect on the same turn the weather becomes rainy; and-en lieu of Hydration-Poison Touch, which-similar to Poison Point has a chance of Poisoning the opponent should it use an attack that causes Physical contact with this Pokémon. A third Ability is available to Seismitoad from the Dream World, the Water Absorb Ability, which restores up to 1/4 of it's maximum Hit Points when hit with a Water-type move.
Seismitoad is in the Water 1 Egg Group. and its Egg takes approximately 5,120 steps to hatch. It takes Seismitoad 1,059,860 experience points to reach Level 100.
Seismitoad takes the appearance of a large blue toad with wart-like bumps on its head and appendages. The wart-like bumps on its knees are smaller than those that are on the rest of its body.
Seismitoad doesn't have any distinguishable characteristics to help differentiate between male and female.
Seismitoad appears at Shimmering Lake 2-4 and World Axle Lake B2 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Seismitoad appears at the Verdant Courts in the Arbor Area in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond. It can be befriended by defeating it in a battle, after which you'll be able to call it into battle.
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Seismitoad is listed as a Rare Card in the Noble Victories sets.
A trainer named Thane uses a Seismitoad in the episode Battling the Bully!, and a trainer named Edmond uses a Seismitoad during the Donamite Tournament.
Seismitoad appears in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14.
A Male Swimmer uses a Seismitoad during the Unova Pokémon League in Chapter 52 of the Black/White Manga.
Seismitoad is a part of the Rarelyused (RU) tier of competitive battling. With decent overall bulk and a great defensive typing, Seismitoad makes for a good Stealth Rock setter capable of handling Pokémon like Rhyperior and Aerodactyl. A great ability in Water Absorb grants it an immunity to Water-type attacks, while a good STAB combination and Sludge Wave to heavily damage Grass-types like Tangrowth can make Seismitoad a formidable offensive threat. Seismitoad's best set is an offensive Stealth Rock set that combines decent special attacking prowess with the ability to check specific threats. It can also run a physically defensive set that uses its well-rounded bulk to check strong physical attackers like Emboar with better effectiveness. A Substitute + Toxic wears down at certain bulky defensive Pokémon like Alomomola and Tangrowth that can otherwise be troublesome for Seismitoad. However, Seismitoad is not without flaws, as its x4 weakness to Grass attacks can be troublesome especially considering the ubiquity of Pokémon like Venusaur and Virizion.
Seismitoad is a viable option in the Underused (UU) tier of competitive battling. Due to a great defensive typing and Water Absorb, Seismitoad is capable of differentiating itself from Swampert as a defensive Water-type. Good overall defensive stats and a solid support movepool consisting of Stealth Rock and Knock Off make it a good choice for a team. However, Seismitoad's defensive and offensive stats are inferior to Swampert's, so unless one is taking advantage of Seismitoad's coveted Water immunity, Swampert is usually the better choice on teams.
Seismitoad is also usable in the Overused (OU) tier of competitive battling. With a solid typing and ability in Water Absorb, Seismitoad can check numerous threats in the tier such as Mega Manectric, Rotom-W, and Mega Metagross without Grass Knot. Seismitoad can even run a rain sweeper set with Swift Swim and benefits from being one of two viable Swift Swim sweepers that cannot be crippled by Thunder Wave while having good overall coverage to hit common rain threats like Ferrothorn with Focus Blast. Despite these nice traits, Seismitoad is hampered by a Grass weakness that can be easily exploited by prevalent Grass-types like Mega Venusaur, Ferrothorn, and Amoonguss. Seismitoad also lacks reliable recovery and faces competition from Gastrodon as a bulky water, although Seismitoad can boast having good support moves in Stealth Rock and Knock Off.
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