How To Get Or Farm Goomy Goo In Pokemon SV

Pokemon Materials like Goomy Goo can be obtained from the Goomy evolutionary line. Please continue reading to discover how to cultivate Goomy Goo and the various TMs that can be created utilizing it. In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (Pokemon SV), this tutorial will show you how to find Goomy. Discover the top Goomy movesets, builds, natures, and basic stats!

 


How To Obtain & Farm Goomy Goo In Pokemon SV

Since it enables players to create Technical Machines (TMs) like Dragon Pulse, Hyper Beam, and Draco Meteor, Goomy Goo is a highly sought-after crafting resource that was first featured in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

You are strongly advised to refrain from trading your extra Goomy Goo for League Points because all three of these techniques are standard fare in the competitive arena, partly because of their grotesque base abilities.

When Goomy and Sliggoo are defeated or captured, they drop the necessary crafting material. Therefore, players should preferably have an excellent supply to create these powerful TMs. In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, you can get Goomy Goo in the following ways.

Defeat Members of the Goomy Family

Clearing out the Goomy groups and their evolutions in the places indicated below is the quickest way to obtain Goomy Goos. To expedite the procedure, it is advisable to eliminate them using the Let’s Go mechanic’s auto battles.

Locations for Pokemon that Drop Goomy Goo

In the marsh and lake biomes, goomy is a frequent overworld spawn that may be found at any time of day in the East Province (Area Three), the South Province (Areas One, Three, Four, and Five), the West Province (Area Three), and Glaseado Mountain.

Players can also capture or beat Sliggoo, Goomy’s evolved version, by going to Casseroya Lake on the northwest corner of the Paldea map. Sliggoo often spawns throughout the day and, like Goomy, has a low Defense stat that trainers may and ought to use to dispatch them swiftly and effectively.

  • East Province (Area Three)
  • Glaseado Mountain
  • South Province (Area Five)
  • South Province (Area Four)
  • South Province (Area One)
  • South Province (Area Six)
  • South Province (Area Three)
  • Tagtree Thicket
  • West Province (Area Three)

Where to Use Goomy Goo

It is used for creating TM’s.

TM Req. Materials
TM115 (Dragon Pulse)Swablu Fluff x3

Goomy Goo x5

Tatsugiri Scales x3

TM163 (Hyper Beam)Tauros Hair x3

Dratini Scales x8

Goomy Goo x5

TM169 (Draco Meteor)Goomy Goo x8

Applin Juice x3

Frigibax Scales x5

You can craft the needed TM at the TM Machines found in every Pokemon Center once you have located it (or unlocked it for crafting) and the necessary materials.

Goomy – Shiny, Base Stats & Abilities

Since it is a pure Dragon-type Pokémon, Goomy is vulnerable to Ice, Dragon, and Fairy-type attacks. However, players should ideally use the Let’s Go function to beat them quickly. This entirely skips the actual combat.

Even though Goomy can also emerge in 3-star Tera Raids, the quantity of RNG required makes it an unreliable technique for mining Goomy Goo.

Paldean Pokedex172
Gender♂ / ♀
Height/Weight0.3m/2.8Kg
Egg TypeDragon
Effort ValuesSDEF+1
Appears InCommon

Base Stats/Actual Values

HP
45
(354/ 427)
Attack
50
(337/ 427)
Defense
35
(388/ 427)
Special Attack
55
(251/ 427)
Special Defense
75
(130/ 427)
Speed
40
(339/ 427)
Total Stats
300
(343/ 427)

Abilities/Hidden Abilities

  • Sap Sipper
Boosts the Attack stat when hit by a Grass-type move
 
  • Hydration
Heals status conditions if it’s raining.
 
  • Gooey
Lower your opponent’s speed when hit with a direct attack.
 

Recommended Nature and Tera Type

NatureStats Compensation
Modest
(Build that best supports Special Move)
S.Atk ⬆/Atk ⬇

Recommended Tera Type

Power-Up TypeIf the original Type is the same as the Tera Type, the power of moves will be doubled!
Counter TypeTerastalize to the type you were weak against and caught your opponents off guard!

Goomy – All Moves

  • Tackle
  • Absorb
  • Water Gun
  • Dragon Breath
  • Protect
  • Flail
  • Water Pulse
  • Rain Dance
  • Dragon Pulse
  • Curse
  • Body Slam
  • Muddy Water
  • Body Slam
  • Take Down
  • Thunderbolt
  • Rest
  • Rock Slide
  • Substitute
  • Protect
  • Sludge Bomb
  • Outrage
  • Endure
  • Charm
  • Sleep Talk
  • Rain Dance
  • Sunny Day
  • Facade
  • Mud Shot
  • Water Pulse
  • Dragon Pulse
  • Draco Meteor
  • Chilling Water
  • Counter
  • Life Dew

That will be all in this guide for Pokemon SV. If you have any questions or suggestions to give to this post, do not forget to comment down below. For more such guides, follow our section on Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Guides


Last Updated on November 29, 2022

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