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Gastly (Japanese: ゴースGhos) is a dual-type Ghost/PoisonPokémon introduced in Generation I.
It evolves into Haunter starting at level 25, which evolves into Gengar when traded.
Gastly has no true form, due to 95% of its body being poisonous gas. However, it consistently appears as a black, spherical Pokémon surrounded by a purple haze. It has a wide, pink mouth with two visible fangs. Though its eyes seem to extend past its round body, visible eyelids surround them. The toxic gas surrounding the main body can induce fainting and suffocation, and is capable of enshrouding an Indian elephant within two seconds. Because it is mostly gas, Gastly will dwindle away when exposed to strong winds.
The anime suggests that Gastly has a playful personality, often frightening and playing pranks on people for fun. However, it has shown a willingness to preserve or pass on the memories of departed humans. It has further been shown changing form and creating illusions, and it is capable of phasing through solid objects and forming tangible hands out of its gasses. The anime has shown Gastly living in old, dilapidated buildings, but it can also be found in caves.
In the anime
Gastly debuted in The Ghost of Maiden's Peak. This Gastly had the ability to talk and shape-shift. He kept posing himself as the spirit of the woman which legend said turned to stone after 2,000 years of waiting for her love to return to her. As the ghost of the maiden, Gastly kept on toying with the minds of young men.
The first time a regular Gastly appeared was in The Tower of Terror. Ash and his friends went to Lavender Town in search of a Ghost-type Pokémon to aid Ash in defeating Sabrina. It reappeared in a flashback in the following episode.
An Officer Jenny owned a Gastly in Pikachu Re-volts. it appeared to be the only Pokémon not affected by the psychic wave caused by Butch and Cassidy's Drowzee.
A Gastly appeared in A Shipful Of Shivers, where it was guarding the Orange league trophy of its deceased Trainer along with a Haunter.
Morty used a Gastly to battle Ash in From Ghost to Ghost. Gastly was used to battle Noctowl, which used Foresight before being switched for Pikachu. Gastly was able defeated Pikachu before being defeated by Cyndaquil. In the same episode, multiple Gastly hypnotized Team Rocket.
A pair of Gastly were among a group of Ghost Pokémon living in an abandoned mine in Fear Factor Phony. The Ghost Pokémon couldn't stand the partying Psychic Pokémon that lived in the nearby town, so they created a Haunter-like illusion to scare everyone away.
A Gastly appeared in PK15.
Lon owns a Gastly that appeared in Scary Hospitality!. It is used by Lon, alongside his Haunter and Gengar, to scare visitors of the "Scary House".
A Gastly appeared in For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!.
A Gastly made a brief cameo appearance in Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
A Gastly appeared in Ghoul Daze!.
A Gastly appeared alongside a Haunter and Gengar in Loading the Dex!, during a fantasy that Meowth had after an encounter with a Mimikyu. They pretended to be a Lopunny, Glaceon, and Gardevoir.
A Gastly appeared in I Choose You!.
A Gastly appeared in a photo taken by Rotom in Alola, Kanto!.
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Gastly first appears in That Awful Arbok! under the ownership of Koga, possessing the corpses of dead Pokémon in Pokémon Tower. Red's Bulbasaur manages to defeat it by sucking up the surrounding air with its bulb, along with Gastly's gaseous form, and expelling it in a SolarBeam. In the process, the two also freed Red's rival Blue, who was under its ghostly possession.
Gastly also forms as part of the Ghost-type army Agatha sends out to attack the Gym Leaders in As Gastly as Before. She also has a Gastly as a member of her main team.
The Masked Man also used a Gastly which it first appeared inYou Ain't Nothin' but a Houndour, in his team to capture Celebi, due to its type advantage. It was purposed to possess intruders that entered the Ilex Forest. Later, during the fight at the Indigo Stadium, it impaired Suicune using its Curse technique, locking it and Misty inside Suicune's crystal wall. It was later defeated by Eusine's Haunter.
Morty also has a Gastly which was used along with Misdreavus to battle Suicune in Misdreavus Misgivings.
In The Last Battle XIII a Gastly was one of the Pokémon sent to help the fight in Ilex Forest.
A Gastly was also seen briefly in A Vicious Cycle of Possibilities, under the ownership of a Biker whose gang attempted to ransack Three Island.
Many Gastly also appear in the Robust Rotom when Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum spend the night in the Old Chateau.
A Gastly appeared in Double Trouble with Dialga and Palkia V.
In Softening Up Kakuna, a Gastly was used by a Trainer that was challenging the Battle Factory.
In Out-Odding Oddish, a Gastly appeared in the Pokéathlon.
A Gastly appeared in the Sun & Moon chapter inside the Thrifty Megamart.
In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
In Get Rid of The Ghost Pokémon!!, while Red, Clefairy and Pikachu were in Blue's mansion, they stumble across a Gastly that Clefairy ends up battling. However, since Blue didn't officially control it, it is unknown if it belongs to him.
A Gastly appeared in Which One is the Real Clefairy!? while Red had a confrontation with Giovanni and his twin brother. This Gastly was out of its gas form.
A Gastly took part in a baseball match in Fierce Competition at the Pokémon Baseball Tournament!.
A Gastly was with Green when he was having a soccer competition with Red.
Giovanni was revealed to have a Gastly when it was battling a Squirtle of his.
In the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga
Black owns a Haunter which evolved from a Gastly.
In the TCG
- Main article: Gastly (TCG)
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U
Gastly appears in the 3DS version as an enemy in Smash Run mode, as well as a trophy. It is immune to melee attacks.
NA: This Ghost/Poison-type Pokémon is made up of several toxic gases—touching it would be really unpleasant. Instead, try to take it out with projectiles. It's not the fastest enemy in Smash Run, but occasionally it may try to chase down a fighter, so be careful around this gaseous foe.
PAL: In Smash Run, these Ghost- and Poison-type Pokémon tend to move slowly, and then, without warning, chase after you at high speed. You'll get hurt if they so much as come into contact with you, so be on your guard. As ghosts, they're immune to direct attacks. The only way to defeat them is to hit them with projectiles or items.
- Pokémon Pinball: Three Gastly appear in a bonus stage accessible from the Red Table. Once the player knocks them out, they must then proceed to defeat the subsequent pair of Haunter and the Gengar that appears.
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