-3 Timberawl
GulacuffTimberawl (#496)Kindlemur
GulacuffTimberawl (#003)Kindlemur

Japanese NameKayusaki
StageStage 2
Evolves fromGulacuff (Lv 34)
Evolves toNone
TypesGrass Fighting
Weight387.9 lbs

Timberawl (Kayusaki) is one of the 9

fictional species of Pokémon creatures to appear in a gallery by MagesPages. The purpose of Timberawl in the games*, anime* and manga*, as with all other Pokémon, is to battle both wild Pokémon, untamed creatures encountered while the player passes through various environments, and tamed Pokémon owned by Pokémon trainers.

Timberawl evolves from Gulacuff at level 34 and is the final evolution of Eucuwala.

The name Timberawl is a portmanteau of Timber+Brawl

Biological Characteristics

Timberawl are tall, heavy Koala Pokemon. They are green in color with red on their abdominal area and red "shoulder pads" and "pants trimming". They have larger upper bodies and are slightly less bulky in the abdominal area. They appear to have a "belt" of thick fur that is reminiscent of a wrestling championship belt. They have large ears that are exceptionally sharp and can hear anything up to 3 miles away and leafy tails. Timberawl's most prominent feature are it's large knuckles that are able to increase the strength of any physical attack. The knuckles are also able to produce large, sharp leaves (hence how they are able to use Leaf Blade). They have closed eyes that give it the look that it is meditating or concentrating. With their eyes closed, Timberawl heighten their other senses to the peak of their abilities and use that to their advantage. Timberawl usually only open their eyes in extremely stressful situations. They also have four every sharp fangs that are located in the front of their mouths. The rest of their teeth are flattened for consumption of foliage. Despite their big, bulky bodies, Timberawl are extremely fast, agile and have a lot of stamina. Once they have eaten their weight in foliage, they will go off into the dense parts in forests to train. They train by lifting boulders, smashing trees, as well as sparring with other Timberawl and Gulacuff. At night, they return to their homes that they make in huge trees to watch over their young Eucuwala. They are very protective of their trainers and are very obedient. During battle, they use powerful Grass-Type attacks such as SolarBeam, Seed Bomb, Frenzy Plant and Leaf Blade and, due to being part Fighting-Type, they can also use attacks such as Focus Blast, DynamicPunch, Hammer Arm and Brick Break.


Timberawl are incredibly strong. They will challenge any pokemon, no matter how big. In order to train, they lift heavy boulders, smash trees and spar with other Timberawl as well as Gulacuff.

In the video games

Moonlight,Sunshine,Desert and Arctic


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