Gliscor Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!


Gliscor or in Japanese it is called Glion is a dual-type Ground/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. Gliscor is known to have evolution from Gligar when levelled up at night while holding a Razor Fang. Gliscor Moveset, Stats, Strength, Usefulness have quite a gift for you but after its possession what you have to think is how to work out with its weakness.

Gliscor is a big Bat-like Pokémon ghost, often blue-purple. The legs on the bottom have two toes with a somewhat deeper triangular colouration, and its tail has two barbs that lend its tail the appearance to the fangs of a vampire. Her arms are red with thin striations, fully separated from her black wings, and finishing with wide pincers. Her ears are discernible internally, dark, chambered and her eyes are light. It has six clear fangs in its muzzle, and its abdomen is red and striated like its wings. Gliscor’s body resembles an open mouth, with the pointed protrusions coming from its upper torso resembling fangs, further illustrating its vampiric qualities. It appears to be partially covered in an insect-like exoskeleton.

As seen in Walking The Rising Winds! Gliscor, along with its unfurled Gligar form, can produce a kind of sound wave to track and travel over barriers, equivalent to echolocation. Its legs do not seem appropriate for walking, and when on the field, it can only do quick hops. Gliscor lies asleep upside down, just like other bat-like Pokémon, so it’s nocturnal. This is capable of soundless flight; however, it can not beat its wings to the same degree as the wings of other Pokémon do. Unlike Jumpluff and Wingull, Gliscor glides from position to location using currents and updrafts. If there is no movement, Gliscor uses its strong raptorial claws to ascend to the peak of tall trees and then glides from position to position. This behaviour strongly matches flying squirrels. It’s incredibly uncommon but it’s present in dense pine trees and swamps occasionally.

About Gliscor

  • National Pokedex No:  472
  • Japenese nameグライオン
  • Type: Ground/Flying
  • Height:  2m
  • Weight: 42.5 kg
  • Abilities:
    • Hyper Cutter
    • Poison Heal (hidden ability)
  • Local Number
    • 154 (Platinum)
    • 222 (Black 2/White 2)
    • 116 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)
  • Catch rate:  30 (8.8%)
  • Base friendship:  70
  • Base Exp:  192 in Gen. 4 and is 179 from Gen. 5 onwards.
  • Growth Rate: Medium-slow.
  • Egg group: Bug
  • Gender:  50% Male & 50%Female
  • Egg cycles:  5140-5396 steps

Gliscor Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More! Gliscor Pokedex Stats

  • HP:  75
  • Attack:  95
  • Defence: 125
  • Speed:  95
  • Special Attack:  45
  • Special Defense:  75
  • Total:  510

Moves Learned By Gliscor

Moves Learned By Leveling Up

BW B2W2 Move Type Cat. Power Accuracy
1 1 Thunder Fang Electric Physical 65 95%
1 1 Ice Fang Ice Physical 65 95%
1 1 Fire Fang Fire Physical 65 95%
1 1 Poison Jab Poison Physical 80 100%
1 1 Sand-Attack Ground Status 100%
1 1 Harden                Normal Status —%
1 1 Knock Off Dark Physical 20 100%
5 4 Sand-Attack Ground Status 100%
9 7 Harden Normal Status —%
12 10 Knock Off Dark Physical 20 100%
16 13 Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100%
20 16 Fury Cutter Bug Physical 20 95%
23 19 Faint Attack Dark Physical 60 —%
27 22 Acrobatics Flying Physical 55 100%
34 27 Night Slash Dark Physical 70 100%
42 30 U-turn                Bug Physical 70 100%
31 35 Screech Normal Status 85%
45 40 X-Scissor Bug Physical 80 100%
N/A 45 Sky Uppercut Fighting Physical 85 90%
38 50 Swords Dance Normal Status —%
49 55 Guillotine Normal Physical 30%

Moves Learned By TM

                                                            TM  Move Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.
TM01 Hone Claws Dark Status —%
TM06 Toxic Poison Status 90%
TM09 Venoshock Poison Special 65 100%
TM10 Hidden Power Normal Special 100%
 TM11 Sunny Day Fire Status —%
TM12 Taunt Dark Status 100%
TM15 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150 90%
TM17 Protect Normal Status —%
TM18 Rain Dance Water Status —%
TM21 Frustration Normal Physical 100%
TM26 Earthquake Ground Physical 100 100%
TM27 Return Normal Physical 100%
TM28 Dig Ground Physical 80 100%
TM31 Brick Break Fighting Physical 75 100%
TM32 Double Team Normal Status —%
TM36 Sludge Bomb Poison Special 90 100%
TM37 Sandstorm Rock Status —%
TM39 Rock Tomb Rock Physical 50 80%
TM40 Aerial Ace Flying Physical 60 —%
TM41 Torment Dark Status 100%
TM42 Facade                Normal Physical 70 100%
TM44 Rest  Psychic Status —%
TM45 Attract Normal Status 100%
TM46 Thief Dark Physical 40 100%
TM48 Round                Normal Special 60 100%
TM54 False Swipe Normal Physical 40 100%
TM56 Fling Dark Physical 100%
TM62 Acrobatics Flying Physical 55 100%
TM66 Payback Dark Physical 50 100%

How To Find Gliscor?

Gliscor Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

Evolve Gligar
SoulSilver Trade/migrate from another game
Route 11, 15
Black 2
White 2
Route 11, 15, 23
Evolve Gligar
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire
Trade/migrate from another game
Ultra Sun
Ultra Moon
Let’s Go Pikachu
Let’s Go Eevee
Trade/migrate from another game
Location data not yet available

How To Evolve?

Gligar sprite
#207 Gligar Ground · Flying


hold Razor Fang, Nighttime,

Gliscor sprite
#472 Gliscor Ground · Flying

Gliscor Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!

How Much Useful Is My Gliscor?

Good Liga: 2/5. Gliscor is a really fun Pokemon and a difficult one to use in PvP. A strong Protection rank gives Gliscor decent size, while it’s Flying / Ground typing allows it to have just two disadvantages (including a double Ice weakness). Wing Assault and Quake are the right Moveset for Gliscor as it fights Pokémon in Gyms. That mix of movements has the maximum overall DPS and is the perfect moveset for PVP fights too.

So, does the Moveset, weakness, and other information seem worthy of Gliscor Evolution? Then right away head to Gliscor Evolution.

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