How to Get Goldeen in Pokemon Quest

Welcome to my ‘How to Get’ series, where I will go comprehensively go through how you can get all 151 Pokemons in Pokemon Quest, starting with one of my favorite Gen 1 Pokemon – Goldeen! Check out to how to get Goldeen below.

Golden – The goldfish pokemon. Its tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of the Water Queen.

how to get goldeen pokemon quest

Basic Info:
Type: Water
Style: Melee
Base HP: 70
Base ATK: 130

How to get Goldeen in Pokemon Quest
As with most Pokemon in Pokemon Quest, you can get Goldeen by cooking meals to lure it. There are three dishes that you can cook to lure Goldeen, namely:

Red Stew à la Cube – used to obtain ‘reddish’ Pokemons
– Dish required: Normal
– Ingredients: x5 Tiny Mushrooms
– Chance of appearing: 14.29%

Mouth-Watering Dip à la Cube – used to obtain Water-type Pokemon
– Dish required: Normal
– Ingredients: 3x Bluk Berry, 2x Tiny Mushrooms
– Chance of appearing: 16.67%

Mulligan Stew à la Cube – has a random but large amount of Pokemon
– Dish required: Normal
– Ingredients: Any normal ingredients, as long as they do not match another recipe, i.e. 1x Tiny Mushroom, 1x Bluk Berry, 1x Apricorn, 2x Fossil
– Chance of appearing: 4.17%

Out of the 3, you can see that the best bet of scoring a Goldeen with be through cooking up Mouth-Watering Dip à la Cube, followed by Red Stew à la Cube. Mulligan Stew à la Cube yields a much lower chance of acquiring Goldeen, thus I do not recommend relying on this dish.

Whichever you decide to go for, you’d need to take into account of the ingredients you have in hand, and also which other Pokemon you want from the pool in which each dish can bring. To read more about which dish containing which Pokemon in Pokemon Quest, you can check out via Serebii for more information.

In conclusion: How to get Goldeen in Pokemon Quest? Not that hard surprisingly, but it will take some patience, as is anything in life. I guess the next guide will be on how to obtain its evolution, Seaking. : )

Stay tuned! Please share and comment if you have any requests on how to improve these guides!

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