Category Big Voice Pokémon
Original Region Hoenn
Hoenn Dex Nr. #046
Generation Generation III
Type(s) Normal
Evolves From Whismur
Evolves Into Exploud

Loudred (Japanese: ドゴーム Dogohmb) is a Normal-type Pokémon.

It evolves from Whismur starting at level 20 and evolves into Exploud starting at level 40.


Loudred are medium-sized blue creatures that are somewhat "boxy" in shape. They have a huge mouth with yellow lips and peg like teeth on each corner. As the mouth is often open, their large tongue and throat are visible. In the rare times its mouth is seen closed, its top teeth may or may not show. Loudred has a stubby nose above its prominent mouth. They also have two circular ears on the ends of short stalks, the ear insides ringed with black and purple and the backs of the ears ringed with black. Loudred has arms with three fingers and short legs, with two peg-like toes and a yellow circle on the foot’s underside. Loudred’s back has a yellow pattern that resembles sound waves. Loudred like tall grass, but they usually prefer caves.

Unlike Whismur, Loudred tend to be very loud and very active. They also tend to be very irritable and are quick to anger at times. In battle, it tends to punish its foes by screaming at them. Much like the rest of the family, it is capable of ear-splitting noise. It uses its round ears as loudspeakers, and builds power by stomping the ground. After it's finished shouting, it becomes temporarily deaf.





  • All of Loudred's base stats increase by 20 from its pre-evolution, and 20 more when it evolves again.
  • In Pokémon Shimmer and Music, Loudred and its evolution family are retyped as Sound types due to the new sound type.


Loudred is based on a boombox, a portable music system that can play music at a relatively high volume.

Name Origin

Loudred may be a combination of loud and dread.

Dogohmb is derived from 怒号 dogō (angry roar; bellow), and possibly bomb.

National Pokédex
← #293: Whismur
#294: Loudred
#295: Exploud →
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