Toarest was a pure Grass-type Pokemon.
Along with Blabbit and Salabub, it was one of the three Starter Pokemon in Pokemon: Dragons Awoken.
Hidden Ability=Poison Touch
Gender Ratio=87.5% Male, 12.5% Female
Hatch Time=5355 Steps
Toarest is a green frog like Pokemon with red cheeks that stand on its hind legs. Speaking of which, these hind legs are completely black. Their eyes are red which gives off a 'Don't touch me' vibe. The reason it is green is to blend in with the enviroment so that it isn't easily captured.
Gender Differences Edit
Toarest has none.
Special Abilities Edit
Toarest is able to jab opponents with powerful punches or slaps. If they were in dire danger, they have the power to poison its opponent with one of these jabs.
Wild Toarest are playful most of the time but never back down to a fight. If any Pokemon goes in their territory, along with other Toarest or one of its evolutions, that Pokemon will be attacked.
GAME DATA Edit
Pokedex Entry Edit
Toarest can be seen playing in the marshes or jungles at nighttime. They are able to swim and dive but prefer life on land.
Game Locations Edit
Was starter Pokemon, now not in the game.
Held Items Edit
More to come!
No record exists of the evolutions.
- The image above is the first ever image of Toarest. It might be updated!
On July 30th 2016, it was announced that Toarest would be removed from the game. This was due to the creator not settling on a final design. He said:
"Toarest would of eventually became a Grass/Ground type that resembled a Carnosaurus known as Carnungle. I replaced it with a Grass/Poison type that was based on the Beelzebufo. In the end, I decided to scrap it entirely."
Toarest is most likely based on a Toad that lives in Swamps or Marshes.
Name Origin Edit
Toarest comes from the words Toad and Forest
IN OTHER LANGUAGES Edit
French: Herille (Herbe (Grass) + Grenouille (Frog))
Spanish: Frogano (Frog + Pantano (Swamp))
German: Fronampf (Frosch (Frog) + Nacht (Night) + Sumpf (Swamp))
Italian: Rospamp (Rospo (Toad) + Swamp)
Korean: Gulisup (Gaeguli (Frog) + Sup (Forest))
Japanese: Jangaeru (Jangura (Jungle) + Hikigaeru (Toad))