Beldum Pokemon | Catch Rate and Abilities

Beldum Pokemon

In the game, Pokemon Beldum is steel or a Psychic inspired pokemon, which will be introduced to you in Generation 3. It is famously known for its popular name, “Iron Ball Pokemon,” in the game. First, the weight of this Pokemon will be 95.2 kg or 209.0 lbs.

Secondly, the height of this awesome Pokemon will be 0.6 m or 2’00’. The National No of this Pokemon is 374. The gender of this Pokemon has not been declared, so it is a genderless Pokemon. Th Pokemon consists of the Mineral Egg Groups, and it has egg cycles of 40, which is between 10,024 to 10,280 steps in the game.

The HP of this Pokemon is 40
The attack of this Pokemon is 55
The Defense of this Pokemon is 80
The Special Attack of this Pokemon is 35
The Special Defense of this Pokemon is 60
The Speed of this Pokemon is 30

Thus, the total base stats of this amazing pokemon in the game counts to 300.

What Are The Abilities Of Beldum?

The unique ability of Beldum is a transparent body. Along with that, it contains a hidden power known as Light Metal in the game.

What Are The Evolutions Of Beldum?

Beldum is one of the second types of steel and psychic Pokemon introduced to you in Generation III of the game. The Beldum will evolve into Metang and get started to initialize in level twenty. Then later the evolution will start beginning at level 45.

What Is The Catch Rate Of Beldum?

Beldum Pokemon Catch Rate

The catch rate of Beldum is three stars that mean 1.6 percentage. Below is a list of some of the best pokeballs used by you to catch Beldum. The balls are calculated based on Beldum’s catch rate. Also, there are different possible ball modifiers along with the health levels and status condition modifiers. When possible conditions are required for a specific Pokeball, the modifier is taken into the following account, but we suggest you read the following notes below about each Pokeball and ensure that the bonus applies everywhere.

Also, it is recommended you make a note for every Pokemon whose HP is low. Following are the probabilities of catching Beldum in standard low HP –

Catch Probability – 18%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Level Ball Captures if pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than Beldum.

Catch Probability – 13%

Low HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Level Ball Captures if pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than Beldum.

Catch Probability – 09%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze –

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is one or lower in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times and more significant than this pokémon’s level in the game.
  • The Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in the battle of the game

Low HP Normal Status – 

  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.

Catch Probability – 08%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is six or lower in the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon has encountered while fishing or Surfing in water in the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used inside the cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.

Catch Probability – 07%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is ten or lower in the game.

Catch Probability – 06%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 14 or lower in the game.
  • The Lure Ball If this pokémon has been encountered while fishing in the game.
  • The Repeat Ball If this pokémon is listed in your Pokédex as having been caught or owned before in the game.

Low HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is six or lower in the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing or Surfing in water in the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used in a cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.
  • The Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in battle in the game.

Full HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.

Catch Probability – 04%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 23 or lower in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is higher than but less than double this pokémon’s status in the game.
  • The Ultra-Ball Low HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 17 or lower.

Low HP Normal Status – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is six or lower in the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing or Surfing in water in the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used in a cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times greater than this pokémon’s level.
  • The Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in battle in the game. 

Full HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.

Catch Probability – 03%

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Level Ball Captures if pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than Beldum.

Low HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 27 or lower in the game.
  • The Sports Ball (only available during the bug-catching contest) in the game. 

Low HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 23 or lower in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is higher than but less than double this pokémon’s status in the game.

Low HP Normal Status – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 14 or lower.
  • The Lure Ball If the pokémon was encountered while fishing.
  • The Repeat Ball If this pokémon is listed in your Pokédex as having been caught or owned before in the game.  

Full HP Sleep, Freeze –

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is two or lower in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.
  • Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in a battle of the game.

Full HP Normal Status – 

  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is four or more times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.

Catch Probability – 02%

Low HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 29 or lower in the game.
  • The Sports Ball It is only available during the bug-catching contest in the game.  

Low HP Normal Status – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 23 or lower in the game. The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is higher than but less than double this pokémon’s status in the game.

Full HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 15 or lower in the game.
  • The Lure Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing in the game.
  • The Repeat Ball If this pokémon is listed in your Pokédex as having been caught or owned before the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing or Surfing in the water of the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used in a cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.  

Full HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is six or lower in the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing or Surfing in the water of the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used in a cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.
  • The Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in a battle of the game.

Catch Probability – 01%

Low HP Normal Status – 

  • The Sports Ball It is only available during the bug-catching contest in the game.

Full HP Sleep, Freeze – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 27 or lower.
  • The Sports Ball It is only available during the bug-catching contest in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is higher than but more petite than double this pokémon’s status in the game.

Full HP Poison, Burn, Paralysis – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 23 or lower in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is higher than but more petite than double this pokémon’s status in the game.
  • The Lure Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing in the game.
  • The Repeat Ball If this pokémon is listed in your Pokédex as having been caught or owned before in the game.  

Full HP Normal Status – 

  • The Nest Ball If Beldum’s level is 15 or lower in the game.
  • The Lure Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing in the game.
  • The Repeat Ball If this pokémon is listed in your Pokédex as having been caught or owned before in the game.
  • The Dive Ball If this pokémon was encountered while fishing or Surfing in the water of the game.
  • The Dusk Ball If the Dusk Ball is used in a cave or if the battle began between 8:00 PM and 3:59 AM in the game.
  • The Level Ball If your active pokémon’s level is more than double but less than four times greater than this pokémon’s level in the game.
  • The Timer Ball If 30 or more turns have passed in battle in the game.  

Why Does Beldum Have A Low Catch Rate?

Beldum Pokemon Encounter

Beldum has the sole ability to kill. Unfortunately, the catch rate of Beldum is so low due to freaking game freak wanted us to tear our hair at so we will have the almighty metagross.

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