Golett is a dual-type Ground/Ghost Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves into Golurk starting at level 43. Take a look below for 20 interesting and awesome facts about Golett.
1. Golett is a bipedal Pokemon said to have been constructed from clay in the ancient past to protect a civilization of people and Pokemon.
2. Its body is primarily covered by two different shades of blue.
3. Its head features two bewitching, yellow eyes and a stub-like cyan-colored crest on top.
4. Two pairs of crisscrossing brown bands extend around its spherical body meeting at a blue square with a yellow swirl in the center.
5. Two large stone-like blocks act as its feet and two more such blocks adorn its “forearms”; each arm ends in a dark blue-colored, crude three-fingered hand.
6. Golett is believed to burn energy inside its core in order to move; this energy also emanates light through the holes near Golett’s arms and legs.
7. However, this energy has yet to be identified by researchers.
8. Allegedly “active for thousands of years”, Golett’s animating energy is speculated to run out soon.
9. According to Game Freak, Golett and its evolved form were both created by James Turner.
10. While Golett has a 5% chance of holding the Light Clay, it cannot learn Light Screen or Reflect.
11. Golett appears to be based on a golem.
12. Golett is a combination of golem and lett (suffix meaning small or young).
13. Golett debuted in Movie Time! Zorua in “The Legend of the Pokémon Knight”!, under the ownership of Luke.
14. It helped its Trainer film his movies by building props, as well as being a stagehand and carrying equipment.
15. Luke used his Golett in a battle against Iris in the semifinals of the Battle Club Tournament against Axew.
16. Golett reappeared in An Epic Defense Force!, where it once again helped with Luke’s movie, though it now starred in the movie instead of helping with carrying equipment. It was often seen outside of its Poké Ball.
17. A Golett appeared in Jostling for the Junior Cup!, under the ownership of Kenton. It was used in the first round of the Pokémon World Tournament Junior Cup, where it lost to Manning’s Heatmor.
18. In The Case of the Missing Pokémon, a Golett was among the several Pokémon kidnapped by Team Plasma.
19. It was found in a stronghold and later returned to returned to its Trainer.
20. A Golett appeared in a flashback in A Wretched Reunion.