|#538|| Guts/Inner Focus|
|4'3" (1.3m)||122.4 lbs (55.5kg)|
|Male: 100%||Female: 0%|
|Evolves From||Evolves Into|
|Egg Group||Catch Rate|
|NU/RU/UU/OU||2 HP Points|
Throh (Unova Pokédex. He is a Fighting Type, and is known as the Judo Pokémon.) is the 44th Pokémon in the
Throh's two abilities are Guts, which increases the Attack stat 1.5 times when the Pokémon is afflicted with with a Burn Paralyzed, Sleep, Poison, or Freeze, ignoring Burn's effect of lowering the Attack stat; and Inner Focus, which prevents the Pokémon from flinching except when attempting to use Focus Punch. A third ability, exclusive to Throh from the Dream World is called Mold Breaker, which nullifies the effect of the foe's abilities on this Pokémon in battle.
Throh cannot evolve, nor does Throh have a pre-evolved form
Throh is in the Human-Like Egg Group, and his Egg will take approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Throh One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Throh takes the appearance of a red judo warrior. The judo outfit bares semblence to Ryu from the Street Fighter series.
Throh are exclusively male. Because of this, the only way to breed a Throh egg is for it to breed with a Ditto.
Throh appear at Routes 10, 15, 18, and Pinwheel Forest in Black and White. Despite the rarity percentages, Throh is more likely to appear in Pokémon White than in Pokémon Black. This also holds true in the Generation V Sequels Black 2 and White 2, as Throh are more common in White 2 than Black 2 with the exception of Victory Road's Cliffside. In addition to Victory Road, Throh also appears at Routes 15, 18 and 23, and outside Pinwheel Forest.
Throh appears at the Volcanic Slope Canyon 3-2 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Throh can be found at the Crag Area's Colosseum in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, but it won't appear until you've befriended Boldore. To befriend it you'll have to defeat both Throh and Sawk at the same time, after which Throh can be called into battle.
Trading Card Game
Throh is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Emerging Powers set, and as a Rare Card in the Black&White set.
A trainer uses a Throh during the Donamite Tournament.
Throh appears in the Black version of Pokémon Movie 14.
Throh's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Throh is capable of being used in four different tiers depending on how it is trained in terms of Effort Values and the moves that it uses. Regardless the tier that it appears in, which ranges from Never-Utilized to Over-Utilized, it has a good mix of defensive bulk with high HP and Attack, and has its own niche: the Bulk Up/Circle Throw combination.
Throh cannot learn any moves by way of Breeding.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)