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Cloyster

⬅ #090 Shellder#092 Gastly ➡
Pokedex Entry #091: Cloyster is a Water/Ice Type Pokemon. It evolves from Shellder.
Cloyster is capable of swimming in the sea. It does so by swallowing water, then jetting it out toward the rear. This Pokémon shoots spikes from its shell using the same system.
Pokédex:#091
Type(s):
Species:Bivalve Pokémon
Height:4′11″ (1.50m)
Weight:292.1 lbs (132.5 kg)
Cloyster Base StatsCloyster Stat Rankings
Stamina:100Stamina:# 99
Attack186Attack:# 49
Defense323Defense:# 1
CP Gain:27.4CP:# 47
Max CP:2475Overall:# 52
Cloyster Moves
Cloyster Fast Moves:Cloyster Charge Moves:
Frost BreathIce ShardBlizzardHydro PumpIcy Wind
Type:
Type:
Power:915Power:1009025
Cooldown:0.81 sec1.4 secCooldown:3.9 sec3.8 sec3.8 sec
Energy:77Energy:-100-100-20
DPS:11.110.7DPS:25.623.76.6
w/ STAB:13.913.4w/ STAB:32.129.68.2
Ideal Moveset for Cloyster:
Move:Frost BreathBlizzard
Category:Fast Charge
DPS:11.125.6
Rank (DPS):#47#22
DPS (w/ STAB):13.932.1
Rank (w/ STAB):#15#3
Cloyster Locations
TBD
Water Offensive Type Effectiveness
Water Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XWater Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Water Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Water Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Water Pokemon:
Ice Offensive Type Effectiveness
Ice Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XIce Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Ice Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Ice Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Ice Pokemon:
Cloyster Evolution
Cloyster Evolves FromCloysterEvolves Into
Candy Required for Evolution-
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⬅ #090 Shellder#092 Gastly ➡
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12 comments :

Anonymous said...

almost caught one when i first got the game but it poofed. i weep

Anonymous said...

My cloister has a 90 damage hydro pump.... Is that normal?

P. T. said...

Energy for Ice Shard is now 12 FYI.

Anonymous said...

Icy shard :'(

Anonymous said...

All the moves are good tbh

squirrelywrath2 said...

Generally attacks that are weaker, but that can be used faster successively, are better when attacking a gym. However the reverse is true, where slower but stronger primary attacks are better at defending. Honestly, other than Icy Wind, any combination of the above moves are pretty useful. Dewgong should, on paper, be a pretty good gym defender.

squirrelywrath2 said...

oops, I meant Cloyster

Anonymous said...

I have a Cloyster 528cp that knows Ice Shard and Blizzard but its IV stats are crappy, below 50%, then I have another I just evolved that is 1188cp at 93% IV, but has Ice Shard and Icy Wind :( Is the one that knows Blizzard the better one because of the move? If someone can reply, thanks, Ill transfer whichever is worse, or both.

Anonymous said...

Generally you'd want to keep pokemon with ideal movesets but bad IVs over those with great IVs but bad movesets. In your case, however, the Cloyster with good moves has considerably lower CP than the one with bad moves. If you have the candy/dust to power up the lower one, do so. If not, hang on to both, and wait until you have enough candy to make an evolve/power up decision.

Marcos Vinicius said...

I've searched for months for a shellder and finally got one from an egg. Perfect IVs and all. I haven't found any other shellder since so I walked with it to get the 50 candies I needed. And in the end my Cloyster has ICY WIND! ='(

KeCe86 said...

My favorite counter-Dragonite pokemon =) Frost breath + Blizzard shred any dragonite

Scottahemi said...

Just evolved one of these. a decent level Ice Shard/Hydro Pump.

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