Clamperl, Huntail and Gorebyss

Pokémon GO Clamperl, Pokémon GO Huntail and Pokémon GO Gorebyss

Pokémon GO Clamperl can evolve into a Huntail (Max CP 2140) or a Gorebyss (Max CP 2281) in Pokémon GO. The evolution process in the core games included trading a Clamperl holding a Deep Sea Tooth (for Huntail), or a Deep Sea Scale (for Gorebyss), but the exact mechanism in GO is unknown as of the time of this writing.

Both Huntail and Gorebyss are good additions to the Pokémon GO meta, falling right in the middle of the middle tier of water Pokémon with it’s strong Attack and glass-cannon like Stamina. Huntail and Gorebyss have the Swift Swim ability which doubles speed during rain.

Pokémon GO Clamperl is known as the “Bivalve Pokémon”, Pokémon GO Huntail as the “Deep Sea Pokémon” and Pokémon GO Gorebyss as the “South Sea Pokémon”.  All of them are pure Water type Pokémon.

Clamperl, Huntail and Gorebyss stats in Pokemon GO
ID Sprite Pokémon ATK DEF HP MAX CP
366 Clamperl
water
133 149 70 1091
367 Huntail
water
197 194 110 2140
368 Gorebyss
water
211 194 110 2281

Huntail and Gorebyss in Pokémon GO

We must admit, we are very excited for both Huntail and Gorebyss! With their strong Attack stat, they are an interesting twist on the traditionally bulky water Pokémon. Gorebyss benefits slightly more from the current Combat Power formula, as it has 14 more ATK, which in turn translates to 141 more in terms of Max CP. Aside from the interesting stat distribution, we expect to see unusual moves for both of these sea serpents.

In addition, there’s the potential of seeing two new evolution items, given that Niantic decides to implement their evolution as it was in the core games:

Deep Sea Scale Deep Sea Tooth

We love evolution items and would love to see both of these implemented.

Pokémon GO Gorebyss and Huntail Moves and best movesets

Here are some moves that are expected to be a part of Huntail and Gorebyss move pool. Evidently, movesets with Hydro Pump will likely be the best movesets:

  • Aqua Tail water
  • Bite dark
  • Brine water
  • Hydro Pump water
  • Hyper Beam normal
  • Ice Beam ice
  • Scald water
  • Water Pulse water

Here are some moves that might be added to Huntail’s and Gorebyss’ move pool if implemented:

  • Aqua Ring water
  • Dive water
  • Muddy Water water
  • Supersonic normal
  • Waterfall water
  • Whirlpool water

Shiny Clamperl, Shiny Huntail and Shiny Gorebyss in Pokemon GO

A normal Clamperl has a dark blue colored shell with silver rim on its inner edges. It has a light blue body with 6 spherical extensions, and a pink, pearl-like head in the center. A normal Huntail has a light-blue colored body, it has orange fins on its back, on top of its head and on its lower jaw. Its body and face are dotted with white spots that are bordered by orange rings. A normal Gorebyss has a pink body. Its tail and the top of its head are purple-tipped. It also has 2 purple shells on its body.

A shiny Clamperl has a bright royal purple colored, and has yellow, pearl-like head in the center. A shiny Huntail has a light green colored body, it has yellow fins on its back, on top of its head and on its lower jaw. Its body and face are dotted with white spots that are bordered by yellow rings. A shiny Gorebyss has a bright yellow colored body. Its tail and the top of its head are purple-tipped. It also has 2 purple shells on its body like its normal counterpart.

Shiny Clamperl, Huntail and Gorebyss
Clamperl Huntail Gorebyss
Normal
Shiny

Where to find Clamperl, Huntail and Gorebyss in Pokémon GO?

Clamperl is known to make its home on the seafloor, while Huntail and Gorebyss live deep under the sea. Trainers, get your diving suits and your mini-subs ready, it’s time to dive!

Jokes aside, these Pokémon can be encountered in the Water Biome. The ocean, beaches and other large bodies of water will be a common place to encounter them.

In the anime

Clamperl, Huntail, and Gorebyss made their major appearance on the 369th episode of the Pokémon series (Advanced Generation: Episode 95) titled, “The Evolutionary War”.