Seismitoad is a dual type Water and Ground Pokemon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Palpitoad starting at level 36. It is the final form of Tympole. Take a look below for 25 interesting and amazing facts about Seismitoad.
1. Seismitoad is a bulky, blue, bipedal toad like Pokemon.
2. Its underside and the speaker-like bumps found on various parts of its body are cyan with black edges around the belly.
3. Its hands and feet have three bulbous digits.
4. Additionally, Seismitoad have red eyes, cyan adornments on its legs, and a long tongue.
5. The various lumps on its body have varying capabilities.
6. The ones on its head can shoot a paralyzing liquid, while the ones on its hands can be vibrated to increase its punching power.
7. It can also vibrate the lumps as a source of torment for its opponents.
8. The limp can also be used to create earthquake-like tremors.
9. Seismitoad is related to Croagunk.
10. Seismitoad is popular among the elderly due to the lumps’ vibration being used as a massage.
11. Seismitoad and its pre-evolved form share their category with Vibrava. They are all known as the Vibration Pokémon.
12. Seismitoad is the only Pokémon with a base stat total of 509.
13. It is also the only non-Poison-type Pokémon who can legitimately have the Ability Poison Touch.
14. Seismitoad appears to be a combination of a toad and a loudspeaker.
15. The spherical “speakers” on its body might be inspired by the “warts” and paratoid glands found on most toads. Alternatively, inspiration may come from the common Surinam toad, an aquatic amphibian whose backs are covered in pockets that hold its eggs. It may also be based on a goliath frog because of its massive size.
16. Its Pokédex entry mentions the fact that it creates vibrations underwater, which is also similar to the common Surinam. The two bumps on its head may be based on the bells of a traditional alarm clock.
17. Seismitoad’s punching ability can be explained in the same way as a person being able break glass with their voice.
18. Seismitoad’s hands will vibrate with the resonant frequency of the object about to be hit, causing extra damage when hit.
19. This can cause devastating effects on objects; for buildings, it can cause them to sway or collapse entirely, also known as a resonance disaster; for living creatures, it could cause internal organ damage to the extent of possibly rupturing them.
20. Seismitoad may be a combination of seismic and toad.
21. Seismitoad made its main series debut in Battling the Bully!. It was a Pokémon owned by Sean’s father, who loaned it to his son and Glenn to use in a battle with Mick. However, it and the Scolipede that Sean’s father also loaned to the pair lost to Ash’s Pikachu and the Sunglasses Krokorok while under Mick’s control.
22. A Seismitoad appeared in The Clubsplosion Begins!, under the ownership of Edmund. It battled Stephan’s Sawk during the Clubsplosion tournament and nearly gained the upper hand because of its Swift Swim Ability. However, it ultimately lost after Sawk’s Low Sweep injured its leg, slowing it down.
23. A Seismitoad appeared in The One That Didn’t Get Away!, under the ownership of Hunter D. It tried to prevent Lana from curing a Kyogre of its poison, but was soon defeated.
24. Seismitoad debuted in the opening sequence of White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram.
25. A Seismitoad appeared in Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice during the Swords of Justice legend.