Gible is a dual type Dragon and Ground Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves into Gabite starting at level 24, which evolves into Garchomp starting at level 48. Take a look below for 21 fun and fascinating facts about Gible.
1. Gible is a small, bipedal dragon like Pokemon that is primarily blue.
2. It has a big mouth filled with sharp teeth, no neck, and arms that start at the outer edges of its jaws.
3. A red underbelly stretches from its abdomen to the bottom of its jaw.
4. Gible has two horns that resemble jet or plane engines, each with a light blue stripe in the middle.
5. It has a single light blue stripe wrapping around its back.
6. On top of its head is a dorsal fin, which has a notch on it for the male.
7. Its dorsal fin is strong enough to carry a person.
8. Gible appears to be a good digger, making deep holes for homes in caverns.
9. It enjoys play-fighting with other members of its species.
10. It has tremendously strong jaws that it uses to bite enemies. However, when biting, it often hurts itself because of clumsiness.
11. The Gible evolutionary line made its anime debuts in reverse order of evolution. Garchomp appeared first in Top-Down Training, Gabite appeared second in Another One Gabites the Dust!, and Gible appeared last in A Rivalry to Gible On!.
12. Appearance-wise, Gible seems like a cross between a European dragon and a shark.
13. Gible and its evolved forms may also be a reference to the book After Man. One species mentioned is a type of land shark that lives in desert regions.
14. Gible may be a combination of gobble or ground and nibble.
15. A Gible debuted in A Meteoric Rise to Excellence!. He tried to learn Draco Meteor with the help of Ash and his friends, but kept failing to use it, succeeding only once. He began to follow the group at the end of the episode. He appeared again in Gotta Get a Gible!, where Ash caught him.
16. Iris caught a Gible in BWS02, after she realized why he had been biting several properties in Blackthorn City.
17. Gible made its main series debut in A Rivalry to Gible On!, where Ash and Khoury both attempted to catch him. However, in the end, Khoury was successful in catching Gible.
19. Gible debuted in The Rise of Darkrai, where it was briefly seen battling a Bronzor. It appeared again as one of the victims of Darkrai’s Dark Void.
20. Professor Sycamore’s Garchomp was shown in a flashback as a Gible, given to him by Alain, during Garchomp’s Mega Bond!.
21. A Trainer’s Gible appeared in I Choose Paradise!, where it was among the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Paradise Resort.