Golem is introduced in Generation 1 and is a dual-type Rock/Ground Pokémon that evolves from Graveler. The Alolan variant is a Rock/Electric-type and evolves from a Alolan Graveler. Golem looks like a giant tortoise that is capable of walking on two legs. Green colored rocks make up Golem's shell and this creature actually grows bigger every year through a skin shedding process. Its head sticks out from the shell's center and on the sides are two short arms. From the lower portion, there are two stubby legs which assist Golem in walking. Its eyes are red and there are two sharp teeth on its lower jaw.
Since they are of the same type, Golem’s abilities are similar to Geodude and Graveler. These abilities include Rock Head or Sturdy and Sand Veil as its hidden ability.
Rock Throw and Mud-Slap are considered as the best Golem moveset while Stone Edge, Earth Quake, and Rock Blast are among Golem’s best sets and Ditto’s best tactics.
Golem moves in Pokemon Quest
|Move name||Type||Attack||Cooldown, sec||Stone Slots||Description|
|Flail||Normal||130||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user flails about, damaging enemies it hits.|
|Harden||Normal||0||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user stiffens its body, lowering the damage it takes for a while.|
|Rollout||Rock||130||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user spins around, damaging surrounding enemies it smashes into.|
|Self-Destruct||Normal||494||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||The user approaches enemies and causes an explosion, damaging all surrounding enemies. The tradeoff is that the user takes enough damage to knock itself out.|
|Dig||Ground||243||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||The user digs a tunnel to travel beneath the feet of enemies in front of itself, then pops out from beneath them to damage them.|
|Stealth Rock||Rock||120||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user creates pillars of stone from the ground, damaging enemies hit by them.|
|Explosion||Normal||The user causes a tremendous explosion, dealing huge damage to surrounding enemies. The trade off is that the user takes enough damage to knock itself out.|
|Rock Polish||Rock||0||The user polishes its body to reduce drag, raising its movement speed for a while.|
|Earthquake||Ground||390||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user causes an earthquake that damages surrounding enemies.|
How to get Golem in Pokemon Quest
Create the perfect Golem recipe known as Stone Soup which includes a whole lot of hard things and a few minerals. With ingredients such as 2 Apricorn and 3 Fossil, this recipe is the best solution when you are looking for ways on how to get Golem.
How to evolve Golem in Pokemon Quest
Golem's evolution levels end at this stage. Its evolution starts with Geodude transforming into Graveler at level 25 and then into Golem through a trade. The Alolan Golem experiences the same evolution process.