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Gyarados (Japanese: ギャラドス Gyarados) is a dual-type Water/Flying Pokémon

introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Magikarp starting at level 20. It can Mega Evolve into Mega
Gyarados using the Gyaradosite.
Gyarados is a serpentine Chinese dragon-like Pokémon. It is mostly blue, with a
yellow underbelly and yellow spots along its body. It has a three-pointed, dark blue
crest on its head and four white, dorsal fins. Its mouth is very large and gaping,
bearing four canine teeth. It has one barbel on each side of its face. The barbels are
white on a female and the same color as the main body on a male. Gyarados's tailfin is
similar in structure to the crest on its head, except with a thin, white fin spread
between the points.

Mega Gyarados is bulkier than its previous form. The fins on its face, its barbels, and
its crest are now considerably longer. A large spike extends downward underneath its
chin, and it now has a black underside. The yellow spots along its body are replaced
by raised red scales that run down its side with a single red stripe below them. Two
large white fins appear on its back, similar to those on its face. Most of the other fins
along its back disappear, except for the one near the tail. Instead, it now has four
white, pointed fins near is tail: two on its back and two on its underside.

Both Gyarados and its Mega form have demonstrated in the anime that it can leap
huge distances both from the water and from the ground, usually several times its own
body length. Its fangs can crush stones and its scales are harder than steel. Gyarados is
infamously known for its fierce temper and wanton destructive tendencies, and is
attracted to violence. In addition, Gyarados is also notoriously difficult to tame even
after it is captured by the Trainer, usually requiring an exceptional amount of work in
taming it until it can obey its Trainer. Gyarados usually lives in large bodies of water,
such as lakes and ponds or even seas and oceans.
Minor appearances

Gyarados debuted in a cameo appearance in Pokémon - I Choose You!. It was seen


swimming by in a river that Ash had jumped into to avoid being chased by a flock of
Spearow.

A Gyarados appeared in the banned episode EP035.

A Gyarados appeared in Lights, Camera, Quack-tion, as part of the cast for the movie
"Pokémon in Love".

A Gyarados appeared in Poké Ball Peril.

Nurse Joy befriended a giant Magikarp that later evolved into Gyarados in The Joy of
Pokémon. Despite Magikarp being giant, it was regular-sized as a Gyarados.
Multiple Gyarados appeared in The Power of One and Pokémon Heroes: Latios &
Latias.

The Magikarp that Dr. Quackenpoker had been observing evolved into Gyarados in
The Wacky Watcher!.

A Gyarados appeared in a fantasy in The Rivalry Revival.

A Gyarados appeared in A Better Pill to Swallow as part of Brock's fantasy.

A Gyarados made a brief appearance in Houndoom's Special Delivery, where it


splashed away Houndoom and Misty's Togepi.

A Gyarados appeared in Celebi: The Voice of the Forest. It briefly reappeared in a


montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

A Gyarados appeared in Dueling Heroes.

Lance owns a normal Gyarados, but not much is known about this one, as its only
appearance was in Marina's fantasy in The Legend of Thunder!.

A Gyarados was one of the Pokémon living in Lake Slowpoke in Enlighten Up!.

A Gyarados appeared in Gary's explanation in Johto Photo Finish.

A Gyarados appeared in A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!, under the
ownership of Lola.

Four Gyarados appeared in The Search for the Legend, where they were driven away
by Silver's Salamence.

A Gyarados made a brief cameo appearance as a thief in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon:


Explorers of Time & Darkness and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky -
Beyond Time & Darkness.

A Gyarados appeared in Talking a Good Game!, where Salon Maiden Anabel helped
it with its problem.

A Gyarados appeared in All Dressed Up With Somewhere To Go!, in which it


participated in the Pokémon Dress-Up Contest.

A Gyarados was used by one of the students of Pokémon Summer Academy in the
second leg of the Pokémon Triathlon in One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue
Team!.

A Gyarados blasted Team Rocket away in Strategy Begins at Home!.


A Gyarados made a cameo appearance in the opening sequence of Zoroark: Master of
Illusions.

A Gyarados appeared in Best Wishes Until We Meet Again!.

A Gyarados appeared in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!.

A Gyarados and its Mega Evolved form appeared during the opening sequence of
Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel.

A Gyarados appeared in Pulling Out the Pokémon Base Pepper!, where it was seen
playing Pokémon Base.

A Mega Gyarados appeared during a fantasy in Big Sky, Small Fry!.

A wild Gyarados appeared in I Choose You!, where it was seen in a river Ash and
Pikachu had fallen into.

A wild Gyarados appeared in Alola, Kanto!, where it scared Misty, Lillie, and
Mallow.

Three Gyarados appeared in a fantasy in When Regions Collide!.

In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga

Shū has a Gyarados in the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga.

In the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga

Black owns a Gyarados in The Golden Boys manga.

In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga

Rald has a Gyarados as seen in Battle Between Student and Master!.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

Crasher Wake has a Gyarados which was used against Hareta in a Gym battle in
Dialga's Secret Keys.

In Team Galactic's Conspiracy, Revealed!!, Cyrus sent out his Gyarados after his
Weavile suffered heavy damage from Piplup's surprise attack. He used its Giga
Impact to destroy the rope bridge where the battle was taking place, sending Hareta
and Piplup falling into the river below.

A Trainer's Gyarados appeared in a flashback in Hearts and Spirits Collide.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Lance owns a Gyarados as seen in Space Havoc!!.

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