Wimpod is a dual-type Bug/Water Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves into Golisopod starting at level 30. Take a look below for 25 fun and amazing facts about Wimpod.
1. Wimpod is a small, arthropod Pokemon.
2. Its main body is purple and is covered by silver plating across its back.
3. There are four plates total.
4. The first plate covers half of its head, but leaves room for its eyes.
5. The upper lids for its eyes appear to be covered with additional plating.
6. The three plates on its back overlap, and each has a single black triangle in the middle.
7. It has a long spike on each side of its head that curves backward, large yellow eyes with two short extensions over them like eyelashes, and two flat antennae that extend over its back.
8. There are four short legs on its underside, and it has a long, prickly tail.
9. This Pokémon is cowardly by nature and wary of both noise and sudden movements.
10. However, its curiosity will cause it to approach people or Pokémon that are standing still.
11. It will spit a poisonous liquid when threatened.
12. The stench of this fluid warns others that danger is nearby.
13. Wimpod will eat and store anything, including garbage from the sea.
14. This habit makes them highly valued as cleaners.
16. Wimpod is the only Pokémon with a base stat total of 230.
17. Wimpod appears to be a combination of a trilobite and an isopod (possibly the genus Ligia). It also shares behavioral similarities with silverfish, an insect commonly known to quickly flee from anything that startles it. It being said to leave a sparkling clean path as it dashes may be inspired by certain robotic vacuum cleaners.
18. Wimpod may be a combination of wimp and the taxonomic term pod (foot), such as in “isopod”.
19. Multiple Wimpod debuted in Partner Promises! at Treasure Island, where they attempted to steal Poké Beans from Ash’s backpack. One of them was trapped in a crevice, however, so Ash and Pikachu rescued it with the help of an Alolan Exeggutor. They reappeared in a flashback in Alola, Alola!.
20. A wild Wimpod appeared in A Glaring Rivalry!, where it was scuttling along the beach.
21. A wild Wimpod appeared in Fighting Back the Tears!, where it was scuttling along the beach.
22. A Wimpod appeared in the Where Are You Going, Eevee? segment at the end of Don’t Ignore the Small Stufful!, where it was chased by a wild Eevee until it entered a small cave, effectively escaping.
23. A Wimpod appeared in the Where Are You Going, Eevee? segment at the end of No Stone Unturned!, where it was scuttling along the beach.
24. A Wimpod appeared in the Where Are You Going, Eevee? segment at the end of Bright Lights, Big Changes!, where it was scuttling along the beach.
25. Wimpod debuted in a fantasy in The Party Crasher and Guzma the Destroyer after Sun noted Guzma’s Golisopod’s claws were covered in filth from its days as a scavenger when it was a Wimpod.