The Most Powerfull Pokemon Of Every Type - End
In Parts 1 and 2 of the "The Most Powerful Pokémon Of Every Type" series, Japan-Figure has brought you information about the 12 types of Pokemon and the top 10 most powerful Pokemon of these systems. In the last part Japan-Figure will introduce you to the remaining 6 types of Pokemon: Dragon, Electric, Ground, Ice, Rock, Steel.
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TYPES OF POKÉMON - END
1. Dragon Pokemon
Features of Dragon Pokémon
There are more than 46 dragon-type Pokemon accounting for 5.61% of the total number of Pokemon including both standard and hybrid dragon-type Pokemon. Dragon-type Pokemon come in a variety of forms but are mostly related to reptiles. Dragon-type Pokémon are often considered an ancestral type because many Legendary Dragon-type Pokémon are revered as gods. Other Dragon-type Pokémon are often difficult to catch and train. They also evolved late and are relatively rare. An interesting fact is that the stats of many Dragon-type Pokémon surpass the stats of other types of Pokémon.
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A dragon-type Pokémon that hates its own kind, or a Fairy-type Pokémon. Fairy-type Pokémon can counter Dragon-type because in certain myths, magic can attack oriental dragons. Although European dragons are generally immune to magic, Pokémon are from Japan so they are also governed by Eastern beliefs.
They also dislike Ice-type Pokémon because dragons are cold-blooded reptiles and reptiles, causing them to become sluggish and exhausted when faced with low-temperature attacks. Steel-type Pokémon can counter Dragon-type because in legend, knights used that steel armor to defend themselves in the face of a dragon.
Dragon-type Pokémon are resistant to Grass, Fire, Water, and Electric types because in the legends dragons were immune to the elements of nature. This also goes for the starting Pokémon in Gen I, with each representing their respective type: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle & Pikachu.
Featured Dragon Pokémon
For Dragon-type Pokemon, there are up to 13 Legendary Pokemon. In which the duo Latias and Latios are the two weakest Pokemon brothers among the strongest in the Pokemon world. The prominent name in the legendary Dragon-type Pokemon cast must be mentioned Giratina - the legendary dragon-type Pokemon is considered the strongest. According to legend, Giratina was born to Arceus at the same time as Dialga and Palkia. But then the dragon Giratina was banished to the chaotic world by its violent nature. When in another world, Giratina is always watching and ready to fight to protect the peace of the real world.
In addition, other names to be mentioned in the legendary dragon-type Pokemon are: Mega Rayquaza, Dialga, Palkia, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Zygarde (Complete Form), Ultra Necrozma, Eternatus, Regidrago
2. Ice Pokemon
Features of Ice Pokémon
There are more than 40 dragon-type Pokemon, accounting for 4.74% of the total number of Pokemon including standard and hybrid ice-type Pokemon. Ice-type Pokémon are famous for being able to endure very low temperatures, as well as being adapted to freezing cold weather. They control the ice attacks at will. Their habitats are diverse, from mountain tops, icy caves or even polar regions. Many ice moves have the ability to freeze the target, preventing the opponent from attacking until the ice melts.
Ice-type Pokémon counters Dragon-type because dragons are cold-blooded reptiles that can't stand low temperatures. The Flying-Type is also engraved by Ice-type Pokémon because most birds migrate during the cold season. They are also strong against Grasses because like reptiles, plants cannot tolerate low temperatures. Ice-type Pokémon counters Earth-type because ice erodes the soil.
Ice-type Pokémon are afraid of Fire because fire melts ice, and are engraved by Battle-type because they cannot withstand the attacks of these Pokémon. They are also weak against Stone and Steel-type Pokémon because both of these materials are harder than ice and can both break it. Ice-type Pokémon are also afraid of Water-type because ice melts when it touches liquid.
Featured Ice Pokémon
Among the ice-type Pokemon, the strongest and top of the list is the legendary Pokemon Glastrier - Pokemon in the form of a horse. Glastrier was first discovered in the land of The Crown Tundra. Despite having a single ice type and known as a steed, Glastrier can completely fight independently with very high base stats.
In addition, for prominent ice-type Pokemon, there are many, and especially they may or may not be legendary Pokemon. Outstanding names such as: Froslass, Glaceon, Walrein, Weavile, Articuno, Kyurem,...
3. Electric Pokemon
Features of Electric Pokémon
Referring to the electrical system, surely no one does not know about a normal Pokemon but the cause for all the beginnings of your Pokemon world - Pikachu. As of now, there are more than 60 electric-type Pokemon. Electric-type Pokemon have combined with most other-types. This type of Pokemon usually has the ability to discharge electricity, using electricity as part of their body. Electric-type Pokemon are sometimes spawned by human impact on the environment causing static electricity. Some Electric Legendary Pokemon are spawned as symbols of thunder.
Electric-type Pokemon are strong against flying-type Pokemon and water-type Pokemon. Half of the power will be reduced for Grass-type Pokemon, Dragon-type Pokemon and Pokemon of the same type. Especially for ground-type Pokemon, electric attacks have almost no effect.
Electric-type Pokemon take double damage with earth-type skills and take half damage with flight-type skills, iron-type skills, and electric-type skills.
Featured Electric Pokémon
From the very first episodes, the name Zapdos appeared very early as a symbol for thunder. Along with Raikou and Thundurus appeared very early in the areas of electrostatic clouds. Sometimes controlling storm clouds according to the weather. Zekrom - Electric and dragon-type Pokemon are also loved by many people. The only magical Pokemon is Zeraora - Supersonic Lightning Pokemon.
4. Ground Pokemon
Features of Ground Pokémon
Ground-type Pokemon are characterized by a somewhat dull and slow appearance and not-so-cool skills such as creating thunder, spitting fire, and tornadoes. However, this Pokemon-type has great power when participating in matches. Up to the present time, there are more than 70 species of ground-type Pokemon. They are combined with almost all other types. The common feature of this system is that they all live underground, in the mud, underground. Some Pokemon have earth bodies.
Ground-type Pokemon have the ability to deal double damage to poison, rock, steel, fire, and electric-type Pokemon. Halve damage with bug and grass type. Earth-type skills will be completely nullified with flying-type skills.
The ground system takes double damage from water, grass, and ice-type skills. In addition, halves the damage taken from poison, rock. They are completely immune to electric-type attacks.
Featured Ground Pokémon
The number of legendary pokemon of the earth system is very small, but the quality is very high. At the top of the nameplate is Groudon - symbolizing the continent, creating earthquakes, droughts and volcanic eruptions. Zygarde - Pokemon that controls and protects the ecosystem. Landorus - Legendary Pokemon that protects the fertility of the land.
5. Rock Pokemon
Features of Rock Pokémon
One of the less popular Pokemon types probably has to be Rock. These mostly-type Pokemon are almost unattractive in appearance. As of now, there are 76 rock-type Pokemon including both evolved and hybrid rock-type Pokemon. The appearance of rock-type Pokemon is mostly related to rock. Their appearance often looks solid.
Rock-type Pokemon have the ability to deal double damage to bug, fire, flying, and ice-type Pokemon. Rock-type attacks will be halved for fighting, ground, and steel-type Pokemon.
Rock-type Pokemon will halve the damage taken by fire, flying, normal, and poison-type attacks. However, it takes double damage with attacks from fighting, grass, ground, steel, water-type skills.
Featured Rock Pokémon
Diancie is known as a pokemon that causes memories for many fans. The appearance of this pokemon has a cute pink color. In particular, Diancie belongs to the category of gem pokemon, so it is somewhat brilliant and shimmering. Diancie is not only a rock-type pokemon but also a fairy-type pokemon. According to the ancients, Diancie was born Melecie. Stone-type Pokemon Diancie can create diamonds to make perfect shells. Diancie has the ability to absorb light and make them more brilliant. For astronauts, Diancie is the god who protects them from disease and disaster. In terms of ability, Diancie's attack and defense stats are almost evenly distributed. Diancie's speed is also quite sharp, making her ability to avoid attacks and counterattacks effective. Besides, a few outstanding names can be mentioned such as: Iwanko, Rugarugan, Meteno, Utsuroido, Tundetunde,...
6. Steel Pokemon
Characteristics of the Steel Pokémon
Pokemon that represent the tough, solid, must be mentioned is the group of steel-type Pokemon. This Pokemon up to now has more than 70 species including variations according to their habitat, dual system and their linguistic forms. Steel-type Pokemon usually have a tough appearance. Some Pokemon have the appearance of a sturdy metal item.
Steel-type Pokemon have the ability to deal double damage with Fairy, Ice, and Rock-type Pokemon. Rock-type attacks will be halved for Electric, Fire, Steel, and Water-type Pokemon.
Steel-type Pokemon are immune to posion-type attacks. They only take halved damage from Bug, Dragon, Fairy, Flying, Grass, Ice, Nomal, Psychic, Rock, Steel attacks. However, they take double damage with other attacks. attacks from Fighting, Fire, and Ground-type skills.
Featured Steel Pokémon
At the top of the list is Aegislash. His extremely high defense and special base defense will keep him alive much longer than he should, and his type is unique, so there isn't too much to master. move hurt him. Its blade form, on the other hand, is powerful enough to destroy any Pokémon that comes to it. Aegislash can cover a lot of ground so there is a good reason for Smogon to release it to the top level. The only downside to Aegislash is that it doesn't heal properly.
Some other steel-type Pokemon with outstanding strength can be mentioned such as: Heatran, Empoleon, Jirachi, Excadrill, Magearna, ...
Thus ends the series on the types of Pokemon and the strongest or most popular Pokemon of each type. How many faces do you know above, please share with Japan-Figure.
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