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30 Best Water-Type Pokemon Of All Time

30 Best Water-Type Pokemon
Best Water-Type Pokemon

What are the 30 best Water-type Pokemon that players should have at their party? Undoubtedly, Pokemon is the most successful game franchise of Game Freak and Nintendo. Because of the game’s popularity, it also got anime adaptations. The game has over eight generations, and the latest game in the series is the Pokemon Sword and Shield. However, new games like Pokemon Legend Arceus and the remake of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl are also set to release soon. Further, the franchise also has two popular mobile games: Pokemon GO and Pokemon Unite.

The game is popular for the unique creatures, which are called Pocket Monsters or Pokemon for short. The games revolve around a young trainer who sets out on a journey to become the greatest trainer. In this journey, the players come across many pokemons and trainers. Further, they catch different pokemons and train them to become the champion. The latest game has about 898 Pokemon, which are divided into different types. Among these types, one of the most popular typing is the Water-type pokemons. Since the release of the first game, Water-type Pokemon has had a huge fandom. So let’s look into the 30 best Water-type Pokemon.

30. Tentacruel

The Jellyfish Pokemon is one of the original 150 Pokemon which were introduced in the first generation games: Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green. According to the PokeDex, this Jellyfish Pokemon is a dangerous pokemon that uses its poison to catch prey. As the description suggests, it is dangerous but also a really strong Water-Type Pokemon. Further, it has a dual typing of Water and Poison, which gives it an edge again many other types. Tentcruel doesn’t impress with most of its stats, but it has some phenomenal special defense along with a good speed. Also, it has a total base stat of  515. To get this Pokemon is really easy, either you can find a Tentacruel in the wild or catch a Tentacool and then train it to evolve at Level 30.

Tentacruel

Tentacruel

  • HP: 80
  • Attack: 70
  • Defense: 65
  • Sp. Atk: 80
  • Sp. Def: 120
  • Speed: 100
  • Strong Against: Fire, Water, Ice, Fighting, Poison, Bug, Steel, Fairy
  • Weak Against: Psychic, Electric, Ground

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29. Starmie

Starmie is one of the most popular Water-type Pokemon in the series. Because it is also one of the first 150 Pokemon which were introduced, but also it was Misty’s Pokemon in the first anime series. Starmie doesn’t look that strong, but this Mysterious Pokemon is one of the best Water-type Pokemon. Further, it is also a dual-type Pokemon with Water/Psychic-type, enabling Starmie to use not only strong Water-type but also strong Psychic-type moves. Starmie impresses with its high special attack and speed. It has a base stat over 520. To have a Starmie at the party, a trainer can catch a Staryu then evolve it with a water stone.

Starmie

Starmie

  • HP: 73
  • Attack: 76
  • Defense: 75
  • Sp. Atk: 75
  • Sp. Def: 100
  • Speed: 100
  • Strong Against: Fighting, Steel, Fire, Water, Psychic, Ice
  • Weak Against: Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric, Dark

28. Wash Rotom

Rotom is an Electric/Ghost-type Pokemon, but it can also be a powerful Water-type Pokemon with a base stat of 520. As Rotom is a plasma Pokemon, it can possess home appliances. Therefore, this Pokemon’s typing changes depending on which appliance it possesses. It changes into an Electric/Water-type when it possesses a washing machine. Wash Rotom doesn’t have a high HP, but the defense, special defense, and special attacks make up for the weakness. This unique Pokemon was first introduced in the Generation Five games, Black and White.

Wash Rotom

Wash Rotom

  • HP: 50
  • Attack: 65
  • Defense: 107
  • Sp. Atk: 105
  • Sp. Def: 107
  • Speed: 86
  • Strong Against: Ground, Flying, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass

27. Cloyster

Cloyster is Bivalve Pokemon that was introduced in the generation one games, Pokemon Red and Blue. This Pokemon might not impress much because most of its stats are very mediocre. However, it has a very hard shell which provides Cloyster an impeccable defense that covers its weaknesses. This Water/Ice-type Pokemon is one of the best Pokemon in the game with such defensive prowess. To get a Cloyster, players can catch a Shelider in the wild and evolve it with a water stone.

Cloyster

Cloyster

  • HP: 50
  • Attack: 95
  • Defense: 180
  • Sp. Atk: 85
  • Sp. Def: 45
  • Speed: 70
  • Strong Against: Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric

26. Vaporeon

Vaporeon is one of the early Water-types in the Pokemon universe. This Water-type Pokemon was introduced in the first generation games. Further, it is part of the Eevee evolution line. Also, it is the part of the first three evolutions of Eevee that were introduced in the series. A trainer can get a Vaporeon when the trainer gives a Water Stone to an Eevee. This Bubble Jet Pokemon has a huge fandom because of its beautiful appearance. However, this beautiful Water-type has a phenomenal HP along with great special attack and special defense. A Vaporeon might not look that strong, but it is one of the best Water-types with a 525 base stat.

Vaporeon

Vaporeon

  • HP: 130
  • Attack: 65
  • Defense: 60
  • Sp. Atk: 110
  • Sp. Def: 95
  • Speed: 65
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

25. Samurott

The Water-type has always been the typing for one of the starter Pokemon besides Grass and Fire-type in every generation Pokemon game. Samurott is the final evolution of the fifth generation Water-type starter, Oshawott. It is a Formidable Pokemon that can intimidate the foe with just its cry. However, Samurott has a total base stat of 528. Further, Samurott has a high HP, attack, and special attack. To get a Samurott, a trainer needs to first evolve their Oshawott into Dewott at Level 17 and which later evolves into a Samurott at Level 36.

Samurott, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Samurott

  • HP: 95
  • Attack: 100
  • Defense: 85
  • Sp. Atk: 108
  • Sp. Def: 70
  • Speed: 70
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

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24. Walrein

Walrein is an Ice Break Pokemon with Ice/Water-typing, which was introduced in the third generation games: Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. It is a very strong Water-type Pokemon with some phenomenal stats except for the mediocre attack and speed. It has a total base stat of over 530. According to the PokeDex, Walrein can crush the ice with its huge tusks. To have this Pokemon on the team, a trainer can catch a wild Spheal and evolve it to Sealeo at Level 32, which later evolves into Walrein at Level 44.

Walrein

Walrein

  • HP: 110
  • Attack: 80
  • Defense: 90
  • Sp. Atk: 95
  • Sp. Def: 90
  • Speed: 65
  • Strong Against: Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric

23. Golisopod

Golisopod is a Bug/water-type Pokemon introduced in the latest generation games: Pokemon Sword and Shield. It is one of the best Water-type Pokemon introduced in the show, with a total base stat of around 530. This Hard Scale Pokemon has phenomenal defensive stats along with some great physical attacking stats. However, the Hard Scales, which provides the Pokemon its impressive defense, is also the reason behind the slow speed. Trainers can evolve a Wimpod to Golispod at Level 30 to have this strong Bug/Water-type Pokemon in the squad.

Golisopod, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Golisopod

  • HP: 75
  • Attack: 125
  • Defense: 140
  • Sp. Atk: 60
  • Sp. Def: 90
  • Speed: 40
  • Strong Against: Fighting, Ground, Steel, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Flying, Rock, Electric

22. Primarina

Primarina is also called a Soloist Pokemon and is popular for its singing and dancing. This Soloist Pokemon is the only known Water/Fairy Pokemon after Marill and its evolution, Azumarill, and Tapu Fini. Because of its unique typing, it has an advantage over seven types, including Dragon and Dark-types. This Pokemon has a base stat of around 530 and has a great special attack and special defense stats. To get a Primarina, a player needs to choose Popplio as the starter in Pokemon Soon or Moon, which evolves into Brionne at Level 17. Later, the Brionne evolves into Primarina at Level 34.

Primarina, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Primarina

  • HP: 80
  • Attack: 74
  • Defense: 74
  • Sp. Atk: 126
  • Sp. Def: 116
  • Speed: 60
  • Strong Against: Dragon, Fighting, Bug, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Poison, Grass, Electric

21. Inteleon

Inteleon is the latest eighth-generation Water-type starter introduced in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Like other Water-type starters, Inteleon also has good stats and has over 530 base stat. This Water-type Pokemon has some mind-blowing special attack and speed, which gives it an edge in the battle. Also, Inteleon is known as a Secret Agent Pokemon because of its capability to turn invincible and snipe at foes’ weak points. To get an Inteleon, the player needs to choose Sobble as the starter in Sword and Shield, then evolve it to Drizzile at Level 16, which eventually at Level 35 will evolve into Inteleon.

Inteleon

Inteleon

  • HP: 70
  • Attack: 85
  • Defense: 65
  • Sp. Atk: 125
  • Sp. Def: 65
  • Speed: 120
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

20. Empoleon

This Emperor Pokemon is the final evolution of the Sinnoh Water-type starter Piplup. Empoleon is also one of the favorite starter Water-type Pokemons. It might not have that many impressive stats, but the special attack and special defense are something to look for. As it also has a 530 total base stat. However, the stats are not what makes this a phenomenal Pokemon, but its typing does. Empoleon is the only known Water/Steel-type Pokemon in existence. Because of this unique typing, it has the edge over eleven different types. Therefore, to get this strong Water-type Pokemon, choose Piplup and then evolve it into Prinplup and Empoleon at Level 16 and 36, respectively.

Empoleon

Empoleon

  • HP: 84
  • Attack: 86
  • Defense: 88
  • Sp. Atk: 111
  • Sp. Def: 101
  • Speed: 60
  • Strong Against: Poison, Normal, Flying, Rock, Bug, Steel, Water, Psychic, Ice, Dragon, Fairy
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Ground, Electric

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19. Feraligatr

Feraligatr is the final evolved form of the Water-type Johto starter, Totodile. It is a Big Jaw Pokemon that has massive and strong jaws capable of tearing up its victim. Feraligatr has a total base stat of 530, which is the second-best among the Johto starters. This Water-type has high attack and defense stats, which fills for its other weakness. Feraligatr evolves from Croconaw at Level 30, which has evolved from Totodile at Level 18.

Feraligatr, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Feraligatr

  • HP: 85
  • Attack: 105
  • Defense: 100
  • Sp. Atk: 79
  • Sp. Def: 83
  • Speed: 78
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

18. Lapras

Lapras is one of the most popular Water-type Pokemon and also one of the original 150 Pokemons introduced in the first generation game: Pokemon Red and Blue. Also, it has a phenomenal HP and a total base stat of 535. Also, according to PokeDex, it is highly intelligent and also capable of understanding human speech. It also states that at some point, it was near extinction because of overhunting. Lapras doesn’t have any evolution, and trainers can just catch this strong Water/Ice-type in the wild.

Lapras

Lapras

  • HP: 130
  • Attack: 85
  • Defense: 80
  • Sp. Atk: 85
  • Sp. Def: 95
  • Speed: 60
  • Strong Against: Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric

17. Kingdra

Kingdra is the first Water/Dragon-type Pokemon introduced in the series and the only Pokemon besides the legendary Palkia to have this dual-typing. Further, Kingdra is the fourth Dragon-type to be introduced in the series. This Dragon Pokemon has some phenomenal stats and a total stat of 540. To get a Kingdra, players can get a Horsea and evolve it into Seadra at Level 32, which later evolves into Kingdra upon trade holding a Dragon Scale. Further, the final evolution of Horsea was not there in the first generation and got introduced in the second generation.

Kingdra

Kingdra

  • HP: 75
  • Attack: 95
  • Defense: 95
  • Sp. Atk: 95
  • Sp. Def: 95
  • Speed: 85
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water
  • Weak Against: Dragon, Fairy

16. Milotic

Undoubtedly, Milotic is known as the most beautiful Pokemon in the series. But a Milotic evolves from one of the ugliest looking Pokemon, Feebas. However, this Tender Pokemon is not all about looks. Because it is also one of the best Water-type Pokemon in the series. Milotic has a pretty high HP and special attack. However, its special defense is what to look for. Further, a Milotic has a total base stat over 540. A trainer can obtain this Tender Pokemon via evolving a Feebas by trade holding a Prism Scale or level it up with max Beauty.

Milotic

Milotic

  • HP: 95
  • Attack: 60
  • Defense: 79
  • Sp. Atk: 100
  • Sp. Def: 125
  • Speed: 81
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

15. Urshifu Rapid Strike Style

This Fighting/Water-type is the latest addition to the Legendary category of Pokemon in generation eighth games, Pokemon Sword and Shield. Further, it is the only known Legendary Pokemon besides Cosmog and Type: Null to have an evolution line. Because of this unique Fighting/Water-type, Urshifu is the third Pokemon to introduce with this dual-typing. It has some magnificent stats to impress and a total base stat of 550. Urshifu evolves from Kubfu. However, there is a special requirement to become a water type. If Kubfu evolves into Urshifu at Tower of Water, then it evolves into the Rapid Strike Style, which is Fighting/Water-type. Else if a Kubfu evolves at Tower of Darkness, it evolves into Single Strike Style Urshifu, which is a Fighting/Dark-type.

Urshifu Rapid Strike Style

Urshifu Rapid Strike Style

  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 130
  • Defense: 100
  • Sp. Atk: 63
  • Sp. Def: 60
  • Speed: 97
  • Strong Against: Rock, Bug, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Flying, Grass, Electric, Psychic, Fairy

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14. Mega Sharpedo

Sharpedo is a Brutal Pokemon introduced in Generation Three. It, along with its previous form, Carvanha, was the first Water/Dark-type introduced in the series. Sharpedo is already a magnificent Pokemon with great attacking and speed stats. However, it got a new evolution in the generation three-game remakes: Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Sharpedo after mega evolving into a Mega Sharpedo with the help of a Sharpedonite. After the mega evolution, the stats are just better than before, with a new total base stat around 560. A Sharpedo evolves from a Carvanah at Level 30.

Mega Sharpedo, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Mega Sharpedo

  • HP: 70
  • Attack: 140
  • Defense: 70
  • Sp. Atk: 110
  • Sp. Def: 65
  • Speed: 105
  • Strong Against: Psychic, Ghost, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Bug, Grass, Electric, Fairy

13. Tapu Fini

Tapu Fini is a Water/Fairy-type Legendary Pokemon introduced in the seventh generation games. It is part of the Alolan Guardian deities and protects Poni Island. Being a Legendary Pokemon, Tapu Finni has some magnificent stats. But this Water/Fairy-type doesn’t like to get itself in harm. Thus, it has great defensive stats along with high special attacks to have an edge and fight long-range battles. Tapu Fini has a base stat of 560, making it one of the best Water-type Pokemon in the game.

Tapu Fini

Tapu Fini

  • HP: 70
  • Attack: 75
  • Defense: 115
  • Sp. Atk: 95
  • Sp. Def: 130
  • Speed: 85
  • Strong Against: Dragon, Fighting, Bug, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Poison, Grass, Electric

12. Keldeo

It is a Mythical Pokemon introduced in the sixth generation games, Pokemon Black and White. Keldeo is part of Swords of Justice along with Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizionon. Keldeo is a Fighting/Water-type Pokémon, and it is the third Pokémon with this unique dual typing after Poliwrath and Urshifu. Call you in a strong body type Pokémon with really impressive stats, and it has a total base stats of around 580. Also, Keldeo has two forms, Ordinary and Resolute. However, the two forms only change their appearance. It doesn’t affect the stats or typing.

Keldeo

Keldeo

  • HP: 91
  • Attack: 72
  • Defense: 90
  • Sp. Atk: 129
  • Sp. Def: 90
  • Speed: 108
  • Strong Against: Rock, Bug, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Flying, Grass, Electric, Psychic, fairy

11. Suicune

Suicune is a Water-type Legendary Pokemon, which is also part of the Legendary Beast trio introduced in the second-generation Pokemon games: Gold and Silver. According to PokeDex, three Pokemon died when the Brass Tower in Johto caught fire after lightning struck. Later, the Legendary Fire-type Pokemon, Ho-Oh resurrected the three Pokemons, and Suicune was born, who represents the rain that quenched the burning Brass Tower. Suicune is one of the best Water-type Pokemon with well-balanced and high stats. It has a total base stat of 580. Also, Suicune was the mascot of Pokémon Crystal.

Suicune

Suicune

  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 75
  • Defense: 115
  • Sp. Atk: 90
  • Sp. Def: 115
  • Speed: 85
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

10. Mega Slowbro

Slowbro is a Hermit Crab Pokemon that is one of the original 150 Pokemon introduced in the first generation games. It is a Water/Psychic-type Pokemon that evolves from Slowpoke. Also, Slowpoke has another evolution, Slowking that happens when a Slowpoke evolves while trade holding a King’s Rock. But both Slowbro and Slowking have similar stats, but Slowbro got boosted stats after receiving a new evolution in Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby. A Slobrow evolves into Mega Slowbro holding a Slowbronite. Mega Slowbro has a boosted total stat around 590, and the impeccable defense and special defense is something to look for. Therefore, Mega Slowbro is one of the best Water-type Pokemon.

Mega Slowbro, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Mega Slowbro

  • HP: 95
  • Attack: 75
  • Defense: 180
  • Sp. Atk: 130
  • Sp. Def: 80
  • Speed: 30
  • Strong Against: Fighting, Steel, Fire, Water, Psychic, Ice,
  • Weak Against: Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric, Dark

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9. Manaphy

Manaphy is a Mythical Water-type Pokemon introduced in the Generation Four games, Pokemon Diamon and Pearl. It is famous for its cute appearance, but the looks deceive a trainer from its actual strength. Manaphy is part of sea-guardians with Phione. Therefore, Manaphy has some magnificent and is one of the strongest Water-type Pokemon in the series. Manaphy has a total stat of 600, and also, it is one of the Pokemons with such high and balanced stats.

Manaphy

Manaphy

  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 100
  • Defense: 100
  • Sp. Atk: 100
  • Sp. Def: 100
  • Speed: 100
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

8. Volcanion

Volcanion is a unique Pokemon with the rarest dual-typing of Fire/Water-type. Also, Volcanion is a Mythical Pokemon that first appeared in Generation VI games, Pokemon X and Y. Because of its secondary typing, it became the first Fire-type to have immunity against Water-type. Also, because of having the Fire attribute, it’s not weak against Grass-type. Volcanion might have mediocre HP and Speed stats. But it has phenomenal defense and special attack along with quite a high attack and special defense stats to cover for its weakness. Further, Volcanion has a 600 base stat.

Volcanion

Volcanion

  • HP: 73
  • Attack: 76
  • Defense: 75
  • Sp. Atk: 75
  • Sp. Def: 100
  • Speed: 100
  • Strong Against: Water, Bug, Steel, Fire, Ice, Fairy
  • Weak Against: Electric, Rock, Ground

7. Wishiwashi School Form

Wishiwasi is one of the weirdest Pokemon in the series because it’s the weakest Pokemon in the series. However, it can also become one of the best Water-type Pokemon in the series. This Pokemon doesn’t have any evolution, but because of its Schooling Ability, Wishiwashi can form a school with other Wishiwashi to become a strong Pokemon. The School Form has stats far superior to the individual form. The base stat of Wishiwashi School Form is 620 whereas, Individual Form only has a 175 total bases stat. But even in School Form, Wishiwashi’s very low HP and speed from the individual form remains unchanged.

Wishiwashi School Form

Wishiwashi School Form

  • HP: 45
  • Attack: 140
  • Defense: 130
  • Sp. Atk: 140
  • Sp. Def: 135
  • Speed: 30
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

6. Mega Blastoise

Undoubtedly, Blastoise is a fan favorite and one of the most popular Pokemon. It is one of the original 150 Pokemon that was introduced in the first generation games. Further, Blastoise is also the mascot of Pokemon Blue. Blastoise is already a spectacular Pokemon with 530 base stats. However, it got even stronger after receiving mega evolutions in the sixth generation. The mega evolution of Blastoise has a boosted base stat of 630. To get a Mega Blastoise, a trainer needs to get a Squirtle which evolves into Wartortle and Blastoise at Level 16 and Level 36, respectively. Later, Blastoise mega evolves into Mega Blastoise with a Blastoisinite.

Mega Blastoise, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Mega Blastoise

  • HP: 79
  • Attack: 103
  • Defense: 120
  • Sp. Atk: 135
  • Sp. Def: 115
  • Speed: 78
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

5. Mega Swampert

Swampert is one of the most beloved Water-type starters. It is the final evolution of the third-generation Water-type starter, Mudkip. Swampert is already a very strong Water-type Pokemon with 535 base stat, which is the highest among the Hoenn-region starters. It was the second Water/Ground-type that was introduced in the series. However, this incredible Pokemon got stronger after receiving a mega evolution in the Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Mega Swampert has a much higher stat, around 630 base stat. It has phenomenal high stats except for the mediocre speed. To get a Mega Swampert, a trainer needs to choose Mudkip and then evolve it into Marshtomp at Level 16, which later evolves into Swampert at Level 36. Later, Swampert can mega evolve with a Swampertite.

Mega Swampert

Mega Swampert

  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 150
  • Defense: 110
  • Sp. Atk: 95
  • Sp. Def: 110
  • Speed: 70
  • Strong Against: Electric, Poison, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Weak Against: Grass

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4. Ash-Greninja

Greninja is one of the most beloved Water-type Pokemon that was introduced in the sixth generation games, Pokemon X and Y. This Ninja Pokemon is the final evolution of the Kalos-region starter, Froakie. Greninja is Water/Dark-type with a total base stat of over 530. However, this Water-type got a new form, Ash-Greninja, introduced in Pokemon Sun and Moon. Greninja is the only Kalos-starter to get a special form. Further, Ash-Greninja has phenomenal offensive stats along with very fast speed. This form is equivalent to Mega Evolution, and further has a base stat of 640.

Ash-Greninja, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Ash-Greninja

  • HP: 72
  • Attack: 145
  • Defense: 67
  • Sp. Atk: 153
  • Sp. Def: 71
  • Speed: 132
  • Strong Against: Psychic, Ghost, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Bug, Grass, Electric, Fairy

3. Mega Gyrados

Undoubtedly, Gyrados is one of the most popular Pokemon in the Pocket Monster Universe. It is already a magnificently strong Pokemon with a total base stat of around 540. However, Gyrados evolves from one of the weakest Pokemon, Magikarp. During the sixth generation of games, Pokemon X and Y, it gets a mega evolution which gets it boosted stats along with a change in typing. Gyrados is a Water/Flying-type, but after mega evolution, it becomes Mega Gyrados which is Water/Dark-type. Also, this mega evolved Gyrados has a boosted total stat of 640.

Mega Gyrados

Mega Gyrados

  • HP: 95
  • Attack: 155
  • Defense: 109
  • Sp. Atk: 70
  • Sp. Def: 130
  • Speed: 81
  • Strong Against: Psychic, Ghost, Steel, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark
  • Weak Against: Fighting, Bug, Grass, Electric, Fairy

2. Palkia

Palkia is a Water/Dragon-type Legendary Pokemon introduced in the fourth generation games. Also, it is the game mascot of Sinnoh-region games, Pokemon Pearl and Shining Pearl. Palika is part of Sinnoh’s creation trio besides Dialga and Giratina. Further, it represents space among the trio. Palkia has magnificent stats, which make it one of the greatest Water-type Pokemon with 680 stats. It is also the only Water/Dragon-type besides Kingdra.

Palkia

Palkia

  • HP: 90
  • Attack: 120
  • Defense: 100
  • Sp. Atk: 150
  • Sp. Def: 120
  • Speed: 100
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water
  • Weak Against: Dragon, Fairy

1. Primal Kyogre

Kyogre was introduced in the third generation game, Pokemon Sapphire, where it was also the mascot Pokemon. Kyogre is a Legendary Pokemon with a total stat of 670, making it a strong Pokemon. However, it received a new form in the Pokemon Alpha Sapphire as it got Primal Reversion which is similar to Mega Evolution. After undergoing Primal Reversion, Kyogre becomes Primal Kyogre which has a magnificent 770 base stat, making it the best Water-type Pokemon available in the entire series.

Primal Kyogre, Best Water-Type Pokemon

Primal Kyogre

  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 150
  • Defense: 90
  • Sp. Atk: 180
  • Sp. Def: 160
  • Speed: 90
  • Strong Against: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • Weak Against: Grass, Electric

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I'm Ripan Majumdar. I'm from Kolkata and I'm pursuing my bachelors from West Bengal State University. Writing has always been my hobby. I write articles on entertainment, top stories, anime, k-pop, sports and many more.

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