Zekrom uses the Teravolt Ability. Teravolt is just like the Ability Mold Breaker, only with a fancier name. Teravolt cancels out effects of any ability that would stop or limit the effects and moves itselves used by the Pokémon with this Ability.
Zekrom doesn't evolve and doesn't have a pre-evolved form.
Zekrom takes on the appearance of a large, dark dragon. Its tail occasionally glows in a bluish hue similar to that of a lightning bolt.
Zekrom is a genderless Pokémon species.
Zekrom is exclusive to Pokémon White, being essential to catch to continue with the story-line. It appears at N's Castle. N also has one in Pokémon Black, but is unable to be caught. Zekrom appears at Dragonspiral Tower in Black 2.
Zekrom appears at Wish Park in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond after befriending Landorus and obtaining an item from Reuniclus, an item that can only be obtained after Reuniclus uses the power of Tornadus, Thundurus and the aforementioned Landorus to power an electronic device. The item, a stone, activates a portal in Wish Park's Throne Room. To befriend Zekrom you'll have to face it in battle.
Zekrom appears within the Dragon Nation in Pokémon Conquest. In addition to needing the Devil Stone, Nobunaga, Ranmaru and Mitsuhide need to be at Rank 2.
Trading Card Game
Four Zekrom Cards are listed in the Black/White Promo set, one of which is a Zekrom EX Card. Zekrom is listed as a Rare Card in the Black&White and Next Destinies sets, and as an Ultra Rare Card in the Black&White and Next Destinies (2 EX) sets.
Zekrom appears in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14. In the Black version Zekrom is aligned with Damon; in the White version Zekrom makes its allegiance with Ash.
Zekrom's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Zekrom currently resides in the Uber tier of competitive battling. With a great STAB combination and high base power moves in Bolt Strike, Draco Meteor, and Outrage, Zekrom is not to be underestimated as an offensive threat. It is capable of luring in Ground-types and nuking them with massive damage. Zekrom's best set is its Hone Claws set that gives it reasonably strong power and allows for it to break through specific Pokémon with an Attack boost. The Hone Claws set can choose to run Substitute to improve its matchup against stall, especially against defensive pests like Ferrothorn that cannot break Zekrom's Substitutes easily. Since it is immune to paralysis, Zekrom is a good user of Choice Scarf and can act as a decent revenge killer and pivot thanks to Volt Switch. A Life Orb set gives Zekrom decent wallbreaking capabilities by giving it a mixed attacker route that can surprise defensive walls expecting a physical attack. A Choice Band set gives Zekrom immediate power off the bat and allows for it to heavily damage the opposition. Unfortunately, Zekrom does suffer from the massive presence of Primal Groudon, a Pokémon fully capable of shutting down Zekrom and forcing it out. Zekrom's STAB attacks are not very easily spammable, as Fairy and Ground types are immune to one of Zekrom's STABs and can take advantage, especially if Zekrom has a Choice item. 90 base Speed is very average in the tier, as Zekrom is outsped by a large portion of the metagame, including Latios, Xerneas, and Mewtwo.
Zekrom cannot breed.
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- Zekrom was first revealed on May 28, 2010. It first appeared on the website at the same time as Reshiram. Reshiram, Pikachu, and Zekrom were apart of a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in 2010.
- Zekrom is the boxart Pokémon of Pokémon White.
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