Swampert has the ability Torrent. With this ability, the power of Swampert's Water-Type attacks increases by 50% once its HP falls below one-third of its maximum. Swampert from the Dream World can have a second ability, called Damp. With this ability, no Pokémon will be able to use Selfdestruct and Explosion while the Pokémon with the Damp Ability is on the field because Damp nullifies these moves.
Mudkip evolve into Marshtomp starting at Level 16, and can evolve into Swampert starting at Level 36. Starting in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a Swampert that is holding a Swampertite can Mega Evolve into Mega Swampert by using a Mega Stone.
Swampert takes the appearance of a blue mudfish with four legs. Its cheeks and a spot on each arm are orange, and the fins on its head and tail are grey in color.
Swampert doesn't have any distinguishable characteristics to help differentiate between male and female.
Swampert can only be obtained by evolving a Marshtomp.
Swampert appears at Endless Level 56, Forever Level 6 and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
In the original Mystery Dungeon game, Swampert can be found at Western Cave 79F-88F. In Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky, Swampert appears at End Lake B1-B24. Swampert is exclusive to Stormy Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing at Storm Island 21F-29F and Legendary Wetland on floors 27-32, 34-35, 37-39, 43-45 & 49.
Swampert appears at Lila Forest in Pokémon Ranger. Swampert did not appear in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, but returned in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs in the Oblivia Ruins' 3F Pathway in the Present, and the Dark Temple Mission "A Fork in the Dark Road." Obtaining it requires defeating it, obtaining its Slate and clearing the missing within the time limit.
Swampert can be found at Soothing Shore Lake 2-3 in Pokémon Rumble Blast after completing the game.
Trading Card Game
Swampert appears in eight different sets and Pokémon Organized Play Series 1 as a Rare Card. Swampert is listed as a Rare Card in the EX Ruby and Sapphire (2), EX Team Magma VS Team Aqua, EX Emerald, EX Crystal Guardians (2), Great Encounters and Supreme Victors sets.
A Swampert attacked Ash & Company near an abandoned ship in the episode Abandoned Ship!, only for said Swampert to have been the leader of a group of Pokémon that got left behind when their passengers abandoned ship. The Swampert was reunited with its trainer.
Ash managed to defeat the Swampert used by Frontier Brain Tucker in the episode Tactics Theatrics. Most recently, a wild Swampert tried to prevent Ash from rescuing a Wailmer that had gotten lost in the episode Leading A Stray.
Another trainer utilized a Swampert in the Battle Tower in the film Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.
Swampert's Manga information is unknown as of writing.
Swampert finds itself in the Underused (UU) tier of competitive battling. With good 100/90/90 bulk and a solid defensive typing, Swampert is an ideal defensive Pokémon for many teams. It can stop certain Fire-types like Darmanitan and Entei while providing support with Stealth Rock and Roar. However, Swampert does suffer from having a massive weakness to Grass-type attacks and not having any form of reliable recovery. It also faces indirect competition from Mega Swampert, which is itself a great Pokémon to use for more offensive roles like its Rain Dance sweeper set or offensive Stealth Rock tank set.
Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire
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