Aron is a dual type Steel and Rock Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Lairon starting at level 32, which evolves into Aggron starting at level 42. Take a look below for 25 awesome and interesting facts about Aron.
1. Aron is a quadruped Pokemon with four stubby legs and a large round head.
2. Its body is black with plates of gray armor covering its head, back, and legs.
3. Throughout its body are small openings in the armor.
4. There are six openings on its head, with the largest two being openings for its pale blue eyes, and one opening on either side of the spike on its back.
5. A single, blunt spike protrudes from its back.
6. Aron feeds on iron ore that it digs from mountains.
7. It uses this ore to make its body.
8. Sometimes hunger will drive it to descend from the mountains to eat bridges and rails, which makes it a pest.
9. It makes a new suit of armor after evolving, while its old discarded armor is salvaged for making iron products.
10. With one all-out charge, it can demolish even a heavy dump truck.
11. It lives on mountains.
12. Aron may be based on the Bulgasari, a monster that eats iron in Korean legend. As its Pokémon category suggests, its appearance may be inspired by plate armours.
13. Aron may be a combination of armor and iron.
14. Multiple Aron debuted in A Hole Lotta Trouble. Ash, May, Max, Brock, and Team Rocket got themselves lost in a cave full of the Iron Armor Pokémon. Steven, who also owned one, helped them pass through the cave. Steven’s Aron briefly reappeared in Mega Evolution Special II.
15. An Aron appeared in Gone Corphishin’ in a fantasy.
16. A Trainer’s Aron appeared in Delcatty Got Your Tongue.
17. An Aron appeared in A Double Dilemma as a resident of North Petalburg.
18. An Aron appeared in A Fan with a Plan.
19. An Aron appeared in PK13.
20. An Aron appeared in Off The Unbeaten Path!, where it was seen in a field with an Azurill, Igglybuff, Smoochum, and Chikorita.
21. Multiple Aron appeared in Giratina and the Sky Warrior alongside Lairon and Aggron. It helped Ash and his friends to stop a broken glacier. They appeared again during the ending credits, where they were seen eating the ruins of the Megarig.
22. Multiple Aron appeared in Steeling Peace of Mind! and Saving the World from Ruins!, where they were some of the Steel-type Pokémon on Iron Island that had gone crazy due to Team Galactic’s actions.
23. Multiple Aron appeared in Genesect and the Legend Awakened as residents of Pokémon Hills.
24. An Aron appeared in BWS01.
25. An Aron briefly appeared in Mega Evolution Special II.