List of Torterra facts:-
Torterra is a dual-type Grass/Ground Pokémon.
Its shiny form is primarily orange instead of green.
Its shell is now a light beige color instead of dark brown.
Torterra’s leaves and grass on its back are now light blue.
It has a grayish-blue coloration on its feet and legs.
Torterra’s eyes are now red instead of yellow.
It evolves from Grotle at level 32.
Torterra has the ability to manipulate the land around it to its advantage in battle.
Its signature move is Wood Hammer, which inflicts damage to the user as well.
Torterra’s base stats are 95 HP, 109 Attack, 105 Defense, 75 Special Attack, 85 Special Defense, and 56 Speed.
In the anime, Ash’s Grotle evolved into Torterra.
Torterra is part of the Sinnoh Region’s starter Pokémon trio.
Its Japanese name is Dodaitose.
Torterra can learn various moves such as Earthquake, Rock Slide, and Stone Edge.
In the Pokémon games, Torterra can be found in the wild in various locations such as the Great Marsh and Route 210.
Torterra is the only Grass/Ground type Pokémon.
Torterra’s weight is 310.0 lbs (139.5 kg).
Its height is 7’03” (2.2 m).
Torterra has a gender ratio of 87.5% male and 12.5% female.
Its name is a combination of “tortoise” and “terra,” which means land.
Torterra has a Mega Evolution called Mega Torterra, which was introduced in Pokémon Insurgence.
In the Pokémon TCG, Torterra has appeared in numerous sets such as Platinum and Diamond & Pearl.
Torterra has been featured in various merchandise such as plush toys and figurines.
It is often portrayed as a wise and powerful Pokémon.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, Diamond’s Turtwig evolved into Torterra.
Torterra was designed by Ken Sugimori.
Its Hidden Ability is Shell Armor, which prevents critical hits.
Torterra is weak to Ice, Fire, Flying, Bug, and Poison-type moves.
It is resistant to Electric, Ground, Rock, and Water-type moves.
Torterra’s Pokédex number is #389.
In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl games, the player’s rival, Barry, also chooses a Turtwig as his starter Pokémon, which evolves into a Torterra.
Torterra’s design is based on the concept of the “world turtle,” which is a mythological creature that carries the world on its back.
Its Grass-type moves are boosted in power by the ability Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type moves when Torterra’s HP is low.
Torterra’s Ground-type moves are boosted in power by the ability Shell Armor, which prevents critical hits.
Torterra’s shell is very tough and can withstand powerful attacks.
Its moveset is often tailored to take advantage of its high Attack and Defense stats.
Torterra’s leafy mane can sense changes in the weather and adjust the temperature around it.
It is known for its incredible strength, able to lift heavy objects with ease.
In the Pokémon anime, Ash’s Torterra has a habit of falling asleep during battles.
Torterra was introduced in the fourth generation of Pokémon games.
It is often considered one of the strongest Grass-type Pokémon.
Torterra’s shell is covered in small plants and moss, which help it blend into its natural environment.
Its cry is a low, rumbling sound that sounds like a combination of a growl and a roar.
Torterra’s shiny form is often sought after by collectors and trainers.
In the Pokémon games, Torterra can learn the move Frenzy Plant, which is a powerful Grass-type move that requires a turn to recharge after use.
Torterra’s Grass-type moves can be enhanced by the move Grassy Terrain, which creates a field of grass around it that boosts Grass-type moves and heals Pokémon standing on it.
Its Ground-type moves can be enhanced by the move Sandstorm, which creates a sandstorm that damages all non-Rock, Ground, or Steel-type Pokémon.
Torterra’s signature Ability is called “Grassy Surge,” which creates a field of grass when it enters the battle, boosting the power of Grass-type moves and healing grounded Pokémon.
It is vulnerable to Flying-type moves, which can hit it despite its Ground-type immunity.
Torterra has a distinctive “tree stump” design on its back, which serves as a home for small Pokémon and birds.
Its weight makes it a popular choice for the move “Heavy Slam,” which inflicts damage based on the user’s weight compared to the target’s weight.
Torterra’s Grass-type moves can be further boosted by the move “Sunny Day,” which creates a sunny weather condition that boosts Fire-type moves and weakens Water-type moves.
In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series of games, Torterra serves as a mentor to the player’s character.
Torterra’s shell is so tough that it can even deflect powerful energy attacks.
Its long claws can be used to dig through the ground, creating tunnels and pathways.
Torterra’s size and strength make it an ideal mount for trainers and explorers.
It is known for its longevity, with some individuals living for over a hundred years.
Torterra’s Grass-type moves can be further enhanced by the move “Energy Ball,” which creates a ball of energy that deals damage and has a chance to lower the target’s Special Defense.
In the Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia game, the player character can ride on a Torterra to navigate through forests and clear obstacles.
Its high Defense and Special Defense stats make it an ideal Pokémon to use in battles against special attackers and physical attackers alike.