The Most Powerfull Pokemon Of Every Type - Part 2
In part 1 of the "The Most Powerful Pokémon Of Every Type" series, Japan-Figure has brought to you information about 7 Pokémon Types and outstanding Legendary Pokémon and Mythical Pokémon of each type. In this section, Japan-Figure continues to send you information about the remaining 11 Pokémon Types and outstanding Pokémon of these types.
>> Read more: The Most Powerfull Pokémon Of Every Type - Part 1
Legendary Pokémon is also known as Densetsu no Pokémon, Pokémon Illusions, and Phantom Pokémon. Is one of the extremely rare Pokémon and only 1 individual exists?
Each Legendary Pokémon will usually be associated with some apocalyptic, creation or destruction legends. Legendary Pokémon also often clash against each other, because they represent a certain element of nature, so the battles between them may be regarded as both the development and evolution of nature and also as the maintenance of the world.
Shadow Pokémon is also known by other names such as Maboroshi no Pokémon, and Mirage Pokémon. It can be said that, among the "Legendary" species, Mythical Pokémon is the most special species.
It is so rare that many trainers can't find them even after spending their lives searching for them. Many questions about their existence are raised, but the answer isn't satisfactory to all. Even, there was a time, the appearance of Mirage Pokémon was only considered a bogus legend or just a fictional story of a certain trainer.
ULTRA BEASTS POKÉMON
Ultra Beasts - Super beasts also have other names such as Utorabisuto or Extradimensional Pokémon. They are the latest Legendary Pokémon (appearing in Gen VII) and originated from outer space - Ultra Space.
The Legendary Pokémon Ultra Beasts are especially mysterious and unpredictable, their information and abilities surpassing human understanding of Pokémon.
Ultra Beasts are most commonly found in the Ultra Wormholes area of the Alola region (gen VII). The special thing about this species is that they all possess the Ability Beast Boost. This is a special ability that helps the Ultra Beasts become stronger with time.
It is known that at the moment there are only 2 types of balls that can catch and hold these Pokémon, namely Beast Ball and Master Ball.
TYPES OF POKÉMON - PART 2
1. Bug Pokémon
Features of Bug Pokémon
Hearing the name of the type, you will probably immediately think of a weak and easily defeated Pokémon. Indeed, in Gen I, the Bug Pokémon that are usually very weak are not getting much love when the skills are very weak and the Pokémon are not strong either. Currently, there are more than 80 Bug-type Pokémon. The Pokémon of this system are mainly common insects such as bees, butterflies, centipedes, spiders, cicadas, crickets, and even mosquitoes and cockroaches.
On the offensive side, Bug-type moves deal double damage to Grass, Psychic, and Dark-type Pokémon. However, the skills of this Bug-type are very limited and halve the power for Fighting, Flying, Poision, Ghost, Steel, Fire, and Fairy. Being countered by 7 other types, Bug Pokémon, even though they have changed through many Gens, are still classified as having weak attack power.
Bug-type Pokémon can withstand half damage from Fighting, Ground, and Grass-type Pokémon. However, it also takes double damage from Flying, Rock, and Fire-type skills.
Featured Pokémon Bugs
Up to now, only 1 Bug-type Mythical Pokémon has appeared. Genesect is a Pokémon with a combination of Bug and Steel types. This Pokémon went extinct and was resurrected from fossils. After respawning, a cannon is attached to his back.
2. Fire Pokémon
Features of Fire Pokémon
One of the three starter Pokémon that trainers can choose from is always Fire-type. However, this type of Pokémon cannot be underestimated because it can treat many strong Pokémon. As of now, there are more than 75 distinct species of Fire-type Pokémon. Fire Pokémon usually have a very high body temperature. The appearance was not outstanding when it was home to familiar animals but could breathe fire. Some species are fire-related items. Some other fire-type Pokémon live in volcanic areas.
In terms of attack, Fire is considered one of the Pokémon systems with the most powerful attack ability when it deals double damage to 4 types. These 4 types are Bug, Steel, Grass, and Ice respectively. However, it also has a limitation when it is halved in strength when confronting Rock, Fire, Water, Dragon-type Pokémon.
As well to have the ability to attack, the Fire Pokémon also offers excellent defence because it is resistant to 6 other types. Bug, Steel, Fire, Grass, Ice, and Fairy-type skills, when used on fire-type, will have their damage halved. However, Fire-type will also take double damage against Ground, Rock, and Water-type.
Featured Fire Pokémon
Legendary Fire-type Pokémon appeared for the first time in Gen I - Moltres and Ho-oh (Pokémon revived 3 Johto beasts). Entei is also a Fire-type Legendary Pokémon and one of the three divine beasts revived by Ho-oh. Heatran is a Legendary Pokémon but still, a lot of people don't know this. Groundon with a prehistoric form belonging to the two earth and fire systems. There are 2 Mythical Fire-type Pokémon, Victiny and Volcanion.
3. Water Pokémon
Features of Water Pokémon
Water-type Pokémon is one of the three starter Pokémon for most trainers. Currently, there are a total of over 145 Water Pokémon, this is the system with the most Pokémon. Not all water-type Pokémon will be Water-type and conversely not all Water-type will live underwater. However, most Water Pokémon live underwater.
The Water Pokémon do not have any special attack points. Water-type will deal double damage to Ground, Rock, and Fire-type Pokémon. Damage will be halved with Water, Grass, and Dragon-type Pokémon.
Water-type Pokémon shine in defence when they can resist up to 4 types: Steel, Fire, Water, and Ice. These Pokémon types will take double damage from Grass and Electric Pokémon.
Featured Water Pokémon
The Legendary Pokémon of the Water-type made its first appearance in Gen II - Suicune, it went around and purified water. Kyogre, Palkia, Tapu fini, Urshifu (rapid strike) are the next Legendary Pokémon to appear. Up to now, there are 4 Mythical Water-type Pokémon that have appeared: Manaphy, Phione, Keldeo, and Volcanion.
4. Grass Pokémon
Features of Grass Pokémon
This is one of the types where the new trainer will be selected along with Fire and Water. The Grass Pokémon is considered weaker than other types, but the Grass-type has many scary Pokémon. Up to now, there are more than 110 Pokémons, holding 3rd place in terms of number. Grass-type Pokémon are usually a mix of animals and plants.
In terms of attack, Grass-type Pokémon are very underrated when halving damage against up to 7 other types. Among them include Flying, Poison, Bug, Steel, Fire, Grass, Dragon and double damage with 3 types Ground, Rock and Water.
In terms of defence, the Grass system is rated at a low level despite being resistant to 4 systems including Ground, Water, Grass, and Electric. However, it takes double damage from Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, and Ice types. It can be said that in general, Grass-type Pokémon are quite weak in terms of combat.
Featured Grass Pokémon
The Legendary Pokémon and Mythical Pokémon of the Grass-type are also very few. Legendary is Virizion, Tapu Bulu, Calyrex. Mythical Pokémon has more numbers (4 Pokémons) and the name that must be mentioned is Celebi - Time-traveling Pokémon. Next is Shaymin with two shapes, land and sky. Finally, there's Zarude, a vicious monkey Pokémon.
5. Flying Pokémon
Features of Flying Pokémon
Up until Gen IX, there were 106 Flying-type Pokémon. Before Gen V, the Flying-type Pokémon were all dual-type and the Flying-type was the subtype. The flying-type Pokémon are mostly winged animals such as birds, bats, lizards, etc. Others are Pokémon with similar characteristics to things that can fly like clouds, propellers,...
In terms of attack, the Flying system is not too special. This system deals double damage to Fighting, Bug, and Grass types and half damage to Rock, Steel, and Electric types.
In terms of defence, Flying-type Pokémon will take double damage from Rock, Electric, and Ice-type skills. Also does not take damage from the Ground system (this part you can probably guess why). And the damage taken is halved for Fighting, Bug and Grass types. On the other hand, because they are Flying-type, these Pokémon are usually immune to most types of traps. This is the only advantage of this system.
Featured Flying Pokémon
The system of Legendary Pokémon of the Flying system is also very "monumental". The set of three magical birds of the Kanto region is three prominent and very early fish: Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres. This trio was created by another Flying-type Legendary Pokémon: Lugia, the Pokémon that symbolizes storms. Opposing Lugia is Ho-oh, a rainbow Pokémon. In Gen III appeared Pokémon Rayquaza with the task of protecting the planet's atmosphere. Rayquaza also has a Mega form. In the Unova region, there are three other Flying-type Pokémon that represent the power of nature: Tornadus, Thunderus, and Landorus. This set of 3 regions of Unova also has the form of a beast. The last name in the Legendary group of Flying-type Pokémon is Yveltal, a Pokémon symbolizing destruction and death. As for the Flying-type Mythical Pokémon, it's only Shaymin Sky Forme, the grateful Pokémon.
Ending part 2 of the series "The Most Powerful Pokémon Of Every Type" with the addition of 5 Pokémon types. Among the above Legendary Pokémon and Mythical Pokémon, is there a Pokémon that you like? Not stopping there, let's wait with Japan-Figure for the final part.
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