Top 25 Strongest Pokémon (Part 1)

The following feature article was written and submitted by bingeo365.com, a site that focuses on content for movies, TV shows and anime:

25) Legendary Birds (Zapdos, Articuno, Moltres)

Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres form a trio known as the Legendary Birds. They are a group of Legendary Pokémon that can be found in Kanto. As the first Legendary trio, they set the bar for future trios. In the second Pokémon film, Pokémon 2000: The Power of One, it is revealed that if the three start fighting, Lugia, the trio master, would rise to stop them.

Zapdos:

Zapdos is the trio’s Electric/Flying-type member. When Zapdos flaps its gleaming wings, electricity is released, which could produce thunderstorms. When it flies, it emits tremendous crackling and snapping sounds. Zapdos is claimed to only appear during thunderstorms and to live among thunderclouds. Zap Cannon is its Strongest Move.

Articuno:

Articuno is the trio’s Ice/Flying-type member. When Articuno flaps its wings, the moisture in the air around it is chilled, causing snow to fall. Articuno prefers to live in cold, remote places like mountain peaks. Ice Beam is its Strongest Move.

Moltres:

Moltres is the trio’s Fire/Flying-type member. Moltres creates a spectacular flash of flames by shedding embers with each flap of its wings.This Pokémon can repair itself by delving into the magma of an active volcano. Fire Spin is its Strongest Move.

24) Legendary Beasts (Raikou, Entei, Suicune)

Raikou, Suicune, and Entei are the three Pokémon that make up the Three Legendary Beasts. When the Brass Tower burned down, all three are reported to have died since it became impossible to escape. Along with the tower, they perished. They are supposed to have been resurrected by Ho-Oh as it flew over the burned tower and used its resurrection power to bring them back to life in Johto folklore.

Raikou:

Raikou is the trio’s Electric-type member. It is thought to symbolise the lightning bolt that started the fire that destroyed the Brass Tower. Thunder is its Strongest Move.

Entei:

Entei is the trio’s Fire-type member. It’s thought to be a representation of the fire that destroyed the Brass Tower. Eruption is its Strongest Move.

Suicune:

Suicune is the trio’s Water-type member. It is thought to represent the rains that put out the fires in the Brass Tower. Blizzard is its Strongest Move.

23) Salamence

Salamence is a Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon of the Dragon/Flying type that debuted in Generation III. Salamence is a dragon-like Pokémon with large red wings and crimson eyebrows that is blue and red. It features enormous blue ears on its head and front, as well as a pair of red wings that sprouted after a cell mutation. Bagon is the first stage of Salamence’s evolution, followed by Shelgon and then Salamence. Using its Mega Stone, the Salamencite, it can Mega Evolve into Mega Salamence during combat. Dragon Tail and Draco Meteor are its Strongest Moves.

22) Dragonite

Dragonite is a Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon of the Dragon/Flying type that debuted in Generation I. Dragonite are very different from their pre-evolved sea serpent-like forms. Dratini and Dragonair were both blue, with no limbs or wings (excluding the wing-like ears of Dragonair). Dragonite are bipedal dragons with two turquoise wings on their backs that are big and orange. Except for the lack of a flame on the end of their tails, Dragonite looks a lot like a Charizard, as they both have the same orange colouring and blue undersides to their wings. Dragon Tail and Hyper Beam are its Strongest Moves.

21) Charizard

Charizard is a Pokémon of the Fire/Flying type that debuted in Generation I. Charizard is a big, dragon-like Pokémon that looks nothing like it did before it evolved. The huge wings that have sprouted on Charizard’s back, which allow Charizard the ability to fly, are the most noticeable distinction between Charizard and its pre-evolved versions. It can Mega Evolve into either Mega Charizard X, using the Charizardite X, or Mega Charizard Y, using the Charizardite Y. It has a Gigantamax form. Charizard’s Mega Evolution form, created using Charizardite X, is distinct from Charizard in that it has a black body and blue flames emanating from its mouth and tail.Mega Charizard Y has a massive horn on top of its head and larger wings while utilising Charizardite Y. Gigantamax Charizard grows larger and more physically fit. The lower half of its body shines white, and the lower tummy has many goldendiamonds. Diamond spots can also be found on the front legs. Claws on the hands and feet grow longer and sharper. The wings are turned into genuine flame wings that stretch all the way to the shoulder blades, as well as two flames on the horns. The flame on the tail reaches out and is surrounded by three crimson clouds. When the Gigantamax Charizard roars, its flames become larger. Charizard’s wings may be hotter than magma, which it uses to scorch its opponents.

20) Metagross

Metagross is a Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon of the Steel/Psychic types that debuted in Generation III. Metagross has the appearance of a robotic spider. It features two red eyes and a huge X in the centre of its face, with a light blue disc-shaped body. Three small claws are attached to each of its four legs. Metagross is the result of the fusion of two Metang. It has four brains that are joined as one by a complicated neural network, allowing it to solve exceedingly difficult equations faster than a supercomputer. Mega Metagross is the result of linking together one Metagross, one Metang, and two Beldum. Its appearance endures significant modifications as it Mega Evolves. It now floats in mid-air, and its four legs have been transformed into arms. Its bottom jaw is adorned with a spike. It has extended arm claws and a gold-colored X on its face. Four smaller legs are also pushed backward. Metagross becomes progressively more vicious as Mega Evolving progresses, employing a variety of strategies to guarantee victory. Mega Metagross will annihilate its opponent in a massive explosion if it is unable to win.

19) Regigigas

Regigigas is a Legendary Pokemon of the Normal Types that debuted in Generation IV. Regigigas is the Legendary Titans’ Trio Master, overseeing Regirock, Registeel, and Regice. When all three members are present, Regigigas emerges. The Colossal Pokemon is the name given to it. This Pokémon is said to have towed continents with ropes, according to folklore. Regigigas is a massive Pokemon with a towering stature. It has a white body with foliage-like green feet. It’s frequently described as golem-like. It has seven circular eyes, which are thought to transmit its current emotional condition by the way they are arranged. When irritated, its eyes will turn crimson. Its body is covered in six gem-like stones.Regirock, Regice, and Registeel are represented by these stones. It has long white arms and three-fingered hands. It bears black stripes on its body in various areas. From a peculiar ice mountain, rocks, and magma, it is thought to have created Pokémon that look like it. Regigigas is a talented artisan. It’s made golems from inanimate materials and elemental energy. It also brought these golems to life. These are the Legendary Titans, and it is in charge of them. It can withstand high temperatures, both cold and hot. Regigigas will go on the rampage and blast energy beams if it is awoken from its rest.

18) Darkrai

Darkrai is a Dark-type Mythical Pokémon. Cresselia is Darkrai’s counterpart and rival, and together they form the Lunar Duo. It made its first film appearance in The Rise of Darkrai, the tenth Pokemon film. Darkrai, Cresselia’s counterpart, is the personification of nightmares and will be drawn to them or inflict them on others. Darkrai is a gloomy, ghost-like Pokemon that feeds on dreams. It has a wispy shape with a smoke-like look around its shoulders and black trails billowing away from it, as well as a white headgear. It has ribbon-like arms that culminate in a disordered pattern, and its robe has a similar look.It has a single bright blue eye and a scarlet collar around its neck. With the exception of the white head and red collar, the majority of its body is black. It appears to be able to fly and is frequently seen floating around. While its appearance may persuade you to believe it is wicked, the Pokedex says it is harmless. These nightmares are more for self-defense and self-preservation. Although it is mildly self-serving, it is proven to have some empathy in its film when it saves the heroes from Dialga and Palkia’s onslaught. It is, however, a loner who prefers to remain to itself. Darkrai can instantly send numerous targets into the dreamscape with its hallmark move Dark Void.He then feeds on their nightmares with his power Bad Dreams…

17) Hoopa

Hoopa is a psychic and ghost-type Mythical Pokemon that first appeared in Pokemon X and Y.It has two forms: Hoopa Confined (the main form) and Hoopa Unbound (a psychic and dark-type form). Hoopa is similar to a Legendary Pokemon as a Mythical Pokemon, yet it is still considered rarer than Legendary Pokemon. Hoopa Confined is a tiny Pokémon with yellow rings on its arms and stomach. It has green eye and a pink and violet painted body. It can manipulate and warp space with its rings, sending people and Pokemon alike across the planet and even dimensions! By using the Prison Bottle, a Key Item introduced in Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Hoopa Confined transforms into its alternate, likewise Mythical form, Hoopa Unbound. Hoopa Unbound has a ring in its breast, triangular red eyes, a long tail with a spike at the end, six arms,and a long tail with a spike at the end. It has spiky hair and large horns that are firmly wrapped in rings. Hoopa Confined, like other Mythical and Legendary Pokemon with signature moves, is the only known Pokemon capable of learning Hyperspace Hole. Hoopa Unbound transforms into a dark-type Pokémon with the signature move Hyperspace Fury.In this form, Hoopa Unbound’s attack,special attack, and speed attributes are all increased.

16) Deoxys

Deoxys is a Generation III Mythical Pokémon of the Psychic type. Deoxys appears to be formed of metal, despite the fact that it is intended to be biological. It has no feet or hands and its body is a sleek red and blue humanoid shape. Its arms are close to tentacles, which change shape depending on the form, though they are shaped in a double helix, akin to DNA, in their usual form. This weird extraterrestrial Pokemon was one of the first to be able to shift into other forms, greatly improving some characteristics like Speed, Defense, or Attack while diminishing others. Normal Form: Deoxys has tapered legs with a segmented, vertical blue stripe on the upper portion in its Normal Form. The majority of its skin is reddish-orange, with vertical lines on the abdomen. The arms can take on a variety of shapes, the most common of which is a pair of tentacles coiled in a double helix. It can also create more humanoid arms with a five-fingered hand with a red top and blue underbelly. This Form has a short tail and a blunt protrusion with a single blue stripe on either side of its head.

Attack Form:

Its legs remain tapered while in Attack Form. Its blue stripes, on the other hand, are no longer segmented and span the length of the leg, and there is now a huge spike on the knee. Its original coiled, blunted tentacles have been replaced with two pairs of whip-like tentacles with sharp points, one reddish-orange and the other blue. The protrusions on its head have now become triangular, with one more growing from the top of its head. Its reddish-orange skin has mostly faded, revealing a striated black breast and abdomen. Finally, its tail has lengthened and become more pointed.

Defence Form: The Defense of Deoxys With a bluish-green patch on each knee, the form features helfty, wide legs that are rather flat at the end. Its two sets of crimson and blue tentacles are still present, but they are now flat and broad. The head has melded with the body and all protrusions have vanished, resulting in a helmet-like appearance. The reddish-orange skin has now covered the entire body, and the inner black section of the skin is no longer visible. Each shoulder now has a single blue stripe, and the tail has vanished.

Speed Form:

This Pokémon’s Speed Form has a sleek black body with tiny striation. Only its head, hip joints, and the area around its crystal are covered in the reddish-orange skin. Only one red and one blue tentacle remains on either side of its body. The protrusions on its head are now pointing upward, and the back of its skull has developed into a long spike. This longer protrusion has a long, thick blue stripe running down the centre. More blue stripes form on the hip joint and the legs of the creature.

15) Mega Latias and Mega Latios (Lati Twins)

Latias and her brother Latios, legendary Pokemon From the Hoenn region, are among the franchise’s most beloved legends.

Latias:

Latias is extremely sensitive to other people’s feelings. This Pokémon ruffles its feathers all over its body and shrieks to terrify the foe if it detects any hostility. Latias is a highly intelligent creature who can comprehend human speech. It’s covered in a down that looks like glass. To change its appearance, the Pokémon wraps its down around its body and refracts light.

Latios:

Latios has the capacity to project an image of what he has seen or imagined in his mind onto others. This Pokémon is intelligent and can communicate with humans. Only a compassionate Trainer will gain access to Latios’ heart. By folding its forelegs to reduce air resistance, this Pokémon can fly faster than a jet plane.

Mega Forms:

In their regular forms, the Eon Duo of Hoenn are fearsome Pokémon, but their Mega forms boost their power even further. These two dragon/psychic species are also extremely intelligent, allowing them to comprehend human speech and interact telepathically. They already had some distinctive attacks, such as Latios’ Luster Purge and Latias’ Mist Ball, but now they have the powerful stats to go with them.


The above feature article was written and submitted by bingeo365.com, a site that focuses on content for movies, TV shows and anime.

2 thoughts on “Top 25 Strongest Pokémon (Part 1)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.