Jason's Krabby

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Jason's Krabby
Gender Male
Caught at Hora Route 6
Type Water
Ability Hyper Cutter
Pokémon Information
Current Location With Jason Reid
Original Trainer Jason Reid
First Appearance
Story Debut Route 6 of the Hora Region! Get out of the Sandstorm!

Jason's Krabby (唖畑のクラブ Ahatakes' Crab) is one of the Pokémon obtained by Jason Reid during his travels in the Hora Region. He obtained it's egg in Trouble at the Day Care!, and when it hatched, it became Jason's first Water-type Pokémon.


Jason originally got Krabby as an Egg back in Trouble at the Day Care!, when he saved it's Egg from Team Rocket. The old couple who run the Pokémon Nursery gave him the Egg as thanks. The Egg hatched one episode later in Route 6 of the Hora Region! Get out of the Sandstorm!, and became a main Pokémon on Jason's Team, as well as his first Water-type.



Krabby'a appearance, as it's name implies, is that of a crab. It is red on top and mostly tan on the bottom. Its signature feature are the two long pincers it has.

Abilities and Traits[edit]

Krabby is an omnivore and a scavenger; it rarely hunts for itself. It can also act as a filter feeder by harmonizing bacteria in the sand, but this is rare. It is territorial, and in beaches where there is little food, fights between Krabby are common. Krabby also uses camouflage; it can form mucus sacs about itself if threatened, making it seem larger or making it harder to spot against sea sand. It is usually very small, but it makes up by its aggressiveness.

Krabby can have the ability Hyper Cutter or the ability Shell Armor. Hyper Cutter prevents Krabby's attack from decreasing. Shell Armor causes all attacks of the opponent to not be critical hits towards Krabby. If one of its arms break off, it can grow a new one back. They are usually found under the sand in beaches.

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