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Gigalith (ギガイアス)
526Gigalith
The Compressed Pokémon

Pokédex

526

Type

Rock

Height

5'6.9" / 1.7m

Weight

573.2lbs / 260.0kg

Popularity

Unknown (Too Early To Tell)

Footprint

Unknown

Gigalith (ギガイアス) was introduced in the fifth generation of pokemon, Pokemon Black and White (ポケットモンスターブラック・ホワイト). It is the final evolved form of Roggenrola, and evolves directly from Boldore.

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TCGEdit

Gigalith (tcg)

StationaryEdit

Stamps, pens, paper, anything stationary-y.

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MiscellanyEdit

Lalala

TriviaEdit

-Gigalith's name comes from the word "Megalith" combined with the prefix Giga. A megalith is a Very large rock or boulder eg. stonehenge is made of megaliths. Giga in most cases means very big/powerful or one billion (1 000 000 000) times. Giga comes between Mega (milllion) and Tera (trillion) in the metric prefixes.

-Gigalith seems to be the Unova version of Golem because the two evolutionary lines share many similarities, they are both rock type, their first forms both evolve at LV 25 and their second forms both evolve through trading.

ResourcesEdit

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Known CollectorsEdit

  • foureyedalien
  • Koronw (Kor)

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