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(フタチマル Futachimaru)
Discipline Pokémon Pokémon
Ability Gender
Shell Armor (Dream World)
12.5% ♀/87.5% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Blue Unknown
Weight Height
24.5 kg ??? 1.2 m ???
Body style Footprint
BodyUnknown.png F502.png
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
75 75 60
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
83 60 60

[[Category:Blue Pokémon]]

Dewott (Japanese: フタチマル Futachimaru) is the Water-type Starter Pokémon of the Unova region, evolved from Oshawott.


A Dewott in a battle in the anime

Dewott is an otter-like Pokémon that is light blue with a navy blue "apron" around its thighs that carries two scalchops. It has four white whiskers and a platypus-like tail and small black ears. It also bears a similarity to Marshtomp in regards to color, whiskers, and the scalchops on its legs.

In the anime

A Dewott was seen in episode 4 of Pokémon Best Wishes when it was battling another trainer's Servine and ironically won, despite Servine having a Type Advantage. It then battled Ash's Pikachu, but the battle was interrupted.

Cilan's rival Burgundy owns a Dewott, as seen in Episode 19. However, it lost to Cilan's Dwebble in battle.


Dewott evolves from Oshawott at level 17. It evolves into Samurott at level 36.

Game Info

Game Locations

Version(s) Location
Black/White Evolve Oshawott
Black 2/White 2 Evolve Oshawott

Pokédex Entries

Generations I - IV
Dewott did not appear during the Generation I - IV games.
Strict training is how it learns its flowing double-scalchop technique.
Scalchop techniques differ from one Dewott to another. It never neglects maintaining its scalchops.
Black 2
As a result of stricct training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.
White 2
As a result of stricct training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire


Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Damage Type Contest Type Appeal Jam
1 Tackle 50 100% 35 Normal Physical

1 Tail Whip 100% 30 Normal Status

1 Water Gun 40 100% 25 Water Special

1 Water Sport - -% 15 Water Status

5 Tail Whip 100% 30 Normal Status

7 Water Gun 40 100% 25 Water Special

11 Water Sport - -% 15 Water Status

13 Focus Energy - -% 30 Normal Status

17 Razor Shell 75 95% 10 Water Physical

20 Fury Cutter 20 95% 20 Bug Physical

25 Water Pulse 60 100% 20 Water Special

28 Revenge 60 100% 10 Fighting Physical

33 Aqua Jet 40 100% 20 Water Physical

36 Encore - 100% 5 Normal Status

41 Aqua Tail 90 90% 10 Water Physical

44 Retaliate 70 100% 5 Normal Physical

49 Swords Dance - -% 30 Normal Status

52 Hydro Pump 120 80% 5 Water Special

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


I Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
Dewott did not appear in Generation I
II Gold Silver Crystal Back
Dewott did not appear in Generation II
III Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
Dewott did not appear in Generation III
IV Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
Dewott did not appear in Generation IV
V Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Dewott BW.gif Dewott BW Back.gif
Shiny Dewott BW.gif Shiny Dewott BW Back.gif


  • Dewott was first seen on a Beta artwork of the Pocket Monsters Best Wishes anime series along with Servine, Woobat, and Axew. On September 1, 2010, an image containing all of the evolutions of the starter Pokémon was shown on a Japanese forum. It was officially revealed on the October issue of Coro Coro on September 11, 2010.
  • Dewott's name comes from "dew" and "otter." It is also possible that its name is a pun on the British idiom "Do what?" to express confusion.
  • The tuft of fur on Dewott's head may become the shell atop Samurott's head when it evolves.
  • Dewott's Japanese name, Futachimaru, could possibly originate from "fu" as in Kung Fu (since it carries the design of a Kung Fu warrior with a shield around its waist and tuft of fur atop its head), chi from chibi (since that's a Japanese style of drawing and Dewott's eyes resemble chibi style) and "maru" to have its name similar to Mijumaru, or Oshawott, its pre-evolution.