Bronzong (Japanese: ドータクン Dohtakun) is a dual-type Steel/Psychic Pokémon introduced in Generation IV.
Bronzong has the ID number 106 in Pokémon Duel.
It evolves from Bronzor.
|Base Wheel Size||Name||Move Type||Move Effect||Damage|
|20||Confuse Ray||Purple||The battle opponent becomes confused.||☆☆☆|
|16||Iron Defence||Blue||This Pokémon gains Wait.|
Ability description and explanation:
Bronzong does not have an ability.
- Bronzong isn't bad, but its far from good. You're probably running Bronzor because it has a move that knocks out 3MP Pokémon and it can protect friendly adjacent Pokémon from status effects, and now you're wondering if you want to evolve it into Bronzong. The answer is most likely; don't. The 20 damage disadvantage that Bronzor has could actually become useful, while Bronzong has no ability nor does it have any viable moves. Its damage is very weak compared to its movement and its only strength, Confuse Ray, is too small for it to save its life. Bronzor is sadly much more useful than its evolved form, Bronzong.
- It is ill-advised to use materials to buy this figure.
- You should focus on Confuse Ray when you level up this figure.
- X Attack can become very useful. Bronzong benefits from Steel Energy.
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