Beldum is a dual type Steel and Psychic Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Metang starting at level 20, which evolves into Metagross starting at level 45. Take a look below for 22 fun and fascinating facts about Beldum.
1. Beldum is a robotic Pokemon that has a long body with a set of claws sticking out of its rear end.
2. It has one large, red eye in the center of its nearly spherical head, which is set into a ball-and-socket joint at its front end.
3. A short crest projects from its body and extends over its head.
4. Even though Beldum is a mechanical creature, it still has emotions, the need to eat, and a way of reproducing.
5. Beldum’s body lacks blood, and is instead made of cells that are all magnets.
6. It uses magnetism to move, communicate, and control its attacks.
7. Beldum sometimes gathers in swarms, communicating with each other telepathically and magnetically and moving in sync.
8. Beldum is scarce in the wild, but it does tend to inhabit areas with rugged terrain.
9. It anchors itself to a cliff using its hooks when it sleeps.
10. Beldum’s number in the Hoenn Pokédex in Generation III and the Fiore Browser are the same: 190.
11. Beldum, along with its evolved forms, are the only non-Legendary Pokémon to have a catch rate of 3, which is the lowest in existence.
12. Beldum’s evolutionary family evolves into their next-stage forms the earliest of all the pseudo-legendary Pokémon—Beldum into Metang at level 20, and Metang into Metagross at level 45.
13. Beldum is the only member of a pseudo-legendary Pokémon evolutionary line that only learns one move by level up.
14. Beldum seems to be a magnetic robot based on a dumbbell. It also resembles a limb of a Metang or Metagross, a reference to how it evolves.
15. Beldum and Dumbber are derived from dumbbell, a small weight used in weight training.
16. Beldum debuted in Less is Morrison, under the ownership of Morrison. It evolved into a Metang in Saved by the Beldum. It was always seen outside its Poké Ball.
17. A Beldum appeared in Zoroark: Master of Illusions alongside a Metang and Metagross, all under the ownership of a Pokémon Baccer World Cup participant.
18. Similar to his anime counterpart, Morrison owns a Beldum. It appeared in A Clash Of Wills!! Eternal Rivals?!, where it evolved into Metang.
19. Steven owns a large amount of Beldum that serve, along with a Metang and Metagross, as miners that help him unearth rare stones in various caves around Hoenn. They first appeared in Ring Ring Goes Beldum. These same Beldum were called upon to defeat the Mawile herd in Granite Cave when both Ruby and Steven were attacked by them. Four of Steven’s Beldum later formed the party that would unseal the legendary titans, which included Sapphire’s Lorry and Relly.
20. A Trainer’s Beldum appeared in Truth and the Mastermind Behind Team Skull.
21. A Beldum appeared in The Yellow Scroll: Hanbei vs Kanbei.
22. Steven owns a Beldum in Pokémon Omega Ruby Crimson Passion and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Indigo Wisdom.