Terrakion (Unova Pokédex. It is a Rock/Fighting Type, and it is known as the Cavern Pokémon.) is the 145th Pokemon in the
Terrakion doesn't evolve and doesn't have a pre-evolved form.
Terrakion takes on the appearance of a legendary bear with a pair of horns on its head.
Terrakion is genderless.
Terrakion appears within Victory Road in Black and White. In Black 2 and White 2, Terrakion can be found on Route 22; if it gets defeated on the initial encounter it will appear again in the same location after defeating the Elite Four.
Terrakion appears within any and all of the game's canyons in Pokémon Rumble Blast after completing the game.
Trading Card Game
Terrakion is listed in the Black/White Promo set, and is listed as a Rare Card in the Emerging Powers and Noble Victories sets. A second Terrakion card is listed as an Ultra Rare Card in the Noble Victories set.
Terrakion has not made an appearance in the Anime.
Terrakion is set to appear in the upcoming film Kyurem VS The Sacred Swordsmen.
Terrakion has not appeared in the manga.
Terrakion is in the Borderline (BL) tier of competitive battling, meaning that it is banned from the Underused (UU) tier but not used enough to be a part of the Overused (OU) tier. This does not mean that Terrakion is bad by any means, though, as it can act as a very powerful wallbreaker in OU. Thanks to its high-powered STABs that give it great neutral coverage and a strong base 129 Attack stat, Terrakion can be a powerhouse that is difficult to deal with. Justified gives Terrakion the opportunity to take advantage of Dark-type attackers like Bisharp, Tyranitar, and Weavile by gaining an Attack boost and checking them at the same time. Terrakion's Speed stat is solid, putting it ahead of Pokémon like Manaphy, Mega Charizard X, and Mega Gardevoir. Its best set is a Swords Dance set that can wallbreak after a boost and can either protect itself from a potential revenge killer with Substitute or boost its Speed with Rock Polish to go along with strong STAB attacks in Stone Edge and Close Combat. Terrakion can also run a Choice Scarf set that can act as a decent revenge killer and late-game cleaner or a Choice Band set that gives Terrakion immediate power to go heavy damage. Terrakion's flaws are that it is weak to numerous common attacking types, such as Ground, Fairy, Fighting, Water, and Steel attacks, and that the Choice Scarf set lacks the power to break through defensive Pokémon like Clefable, Hippowdon, and Landorus-T while other sets can be more easily revenge killed.
Terrakion cannot breed.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
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