Best Pokemon

Toys, comic books, video and card trading games, even animated shows and full-length movies. With an undeniable quality proven by years and merchandise sold, this Japanese brand continues to flourish and attract more and more people. Which aspects of the Pokemon franchise are you familiar with? A stunning pocket monster industry outmatches the popularity of Mario and many other worldwide brands, becoming one of the most successful franchises to ever exist. While five years ago Pokemon culture was somewhat fading in the past, viral Pokemon GO augmented reality mobile game was a reason enough for many people to satisfy the nostalgia or to discover those tiny little (sometimes not so much) pocket monsters for the first time. Ever pretended to be a trainer with the strongest pokemon? We here at RankTopTen sure did!

Years of popularity resulted in a huge fanbase, where everybody has a favorite and even some grannies know who says “Pika-Pika”. Mew, Mewtwo, Zekrom, Pikachu, which one is your strongest pokemon ever? Whether it be a legendary psychic with huge attack rating or a fire machine that defends better than anyone else, tell us which one you prefer the most! Legendary veterans and underdog newcomers can earn the most powerful pokemon award. All that it takes is to vote and invite your friends to do the same! RankTopTen have constructed a strongest pokemon list, allowing you to prove your pokemon’s superiority and find out about how other fantasy creatures rate among other fans of the franchise. The chart represents pocket monsters of all kinds and powers. It’s up to you to decide who’s going to win in the epic clash of generations.

A stunning pocket monster industry outmatches the popularity of Mario and many other worldwide brands, becoming one of the most successful franchises to ever exist. While five years ago Pokemon culture was somewhat fading in the past, viral Pokemon GO augmented reality mobile game was a reason enough for many people to satisfy the nostalgia or to discover those tiny little (sometimes not so much) pocket monsters for the first time.

Ever pretended to be a trainer with the strongest pokemon? We here at RateTop10 sure did! Years of popularity resulted in a huge fanbase, where everybody has a favorite and even some grannies know who says “Pika-Pika”. Mew, Mewtwo, Zekrom, Pikachu, which one is your strongest pokemon ever? Whether it be a legendary psychic with huge attack rating or a fire machine that defends better than anyone else, tell us which one you prefer the most! Legendary veterans and underdog newcomers can earn the most powerful pokemon award. All that it takes is to vote and invite your friends to do the same! RateTop10 have constructed a strongest pokemon list, allowing you to prove your pokemon’s superiority and find out about how other fantasy creatures rate among other fans of the franchise. The chart represents pocket monsters of all kinds and powers. It’s up to you to decide who’s going to win in the epic clash of generations.

1

Mewtwo

Mewtwo (Japanese: ミュウツー Hepburn: Myutsū) (/ˈmjuːtuː/ or /mjuːˈtuː/) is a fictional creature from Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon media franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, it first appeared in the video games Pokémon Red and Blue and their sequels, and later appeared in various merchandise, spinoff titles, as well as animation adaptations of the franchise. Masachika Ichimura voiced the franchise's original Mewtwo character in Japanese, and the creature's younger self is voiced by Fujiko Takimoto in the Sound Picture Box: Mewtwo's Origin CD drama and Showtaro Morikubo in the anime adaptation. In English, Jay Goede voiced Mewtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back and the Pokémon Live! musical. For the former production, he was credited under the pseudonym "Philip Bartlett".[2] Dan Green provided the voice in Mewtwo Returns.[3][4] Actress Reiko Takashima voices a separate Mewtwo character in the prequel special Mewtwo: Prologue to Awakening and the film ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens; this second Mewtwo is voiced by actress Miriam Pultro in the English dub.

2

Rayquaza

Rayquaza (Japanese: レックウザ Rayquaza) is a dual-type Dragon/Flying Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, it can Mega Evolve into Mega Rayquaza, but only if it knows the move Dragon Ascent and is not holding a Z-Crystal. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the Rayquaza featured in the Delta Episode must be caught (which requires it to eat the Meteorite) before the player can Mega Evolve any Rayquaza. Rayquaza is the game mascot of Pokémon Emerald, appearing on the boxart of the game. It serves to end the conflict between Kyogre and Groudon when Team Magma's leader Maxie and Team Aqua's leader Archie awakened them. Along with Kyogre and Groudon, Rayquaza is a part of the weather trio, serving as its trio master. In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it plays an important role during the Delta Episode and is required to be caught there.

3

Mew

Mew (Japanese: ミュウ Mew) is a Psychic-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Mew is notable for its unique ability to learn every Technical Machine, Hidden Machine, and Move Tutor move (except those exclusive to a particular Pokémon or group of Pokémon, such as Draco Meteor and Secret Sword). Mew is the last Pokémon in the Kanto Pokédex. It is a member of the Mew duo along with Mewtwo.

4

Dialga

Dialga (Japanese: ディアルガ Dialga) is a dual-type Steel/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Dialga is the game mascot of Pokémon Diamond, appearing on the boxart. Along with Palkia and Giratina, it is a member of the creation trio of Sinnoh, representing time.

5

Zekrom

Zekrom (Japanese: ゼクロム Zekrom) is a dual-type Dragon/Electric Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Zekrom is the game mascot of Pokémon White, appearing on the boxart. Along with Reshiram and Kyurem, it is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova Region. Kyurem will become Black Kyurem upon using the DNA Splicers to fuse with Zekrom.

6

Arceus

Arceus (Japanese: アルセウス Arceus) is a Normal-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, it will change type when it is holding a Plate or type-specific Z-Crystal. Like Darkrai and Shaymin before it, Arceus was not officially recognized by Nintendo until February 14, 2009, the year of its debut movie. It was officially revealed to international audiences on August 3, 2009. Arceus is known as "The Original One", as it is said that it created Sinnoh and Ransei, and possibly the entire Pokémon universe, along with the lake guardians and creation trio. It is the trio master of both the lake guardians and the creation trio.

7

Kyurem

Kyurem (Japanese: キュレム Kyurem) is a dual-type Dragon/Ice Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. While it is not known to evolve into or from any Pokémon, it has two other Formes, which are activated by using the DNA Splicers on it and either Reshiram or Zekrom, resulting in a process called Absofusion that removes Reshiram or Zekrom from the party until the fusion is undone. It will then become White Kyurem (with Reshiram) or Black Kyurem (with Zekrom). However, it is impossible to own a White Kyurem and a Black Kyurem at the same time legitimately, as the game rejects the second fusion of Kyurem with Reshiram/Zekrom, and Kyurem cannot be traded or placed in Pokemon Bank while fused. Along with Reshiram and Zekrom, Kyurem is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova region. As both Black Kyurem and White Kyurem, it is the game mascot of Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, respectively.

8

Giratina

Giratina (Japanese: ギラティナ Giratina) is a dual-type Ghost/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. While it is not known to evolve to or from any other Pokémon, it has a second forme activated by giving Giratina a Griseous Orb to hold, or while it is in its home, the Distortion World. Its original forme, Altered Forme, will then become Origin Forme. Giratina's Origin Forme was officially revealed in early February 2008. In Origin Forme, Giratina is the game mascot of Pokémon Platinum. Along with Dialga and Palkia, it is a member of the creation trio of Sinnoh, representing antimatter.

9

Charizard

Charizard (Japanese: リザードン Lizardon) is a dual-type Fire/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Charmeleon starting at level 36. It is the final form of Charmander. It can Mega Evolve into two forms: Mega Charizard X using Charizardite X and Mega Charizard Y using Charizardite Y.

10

Darkrai

Darkrai is a black, shadow-like Pokémon. It has a small head with a white fog-like ghostly plume billowing from its head covering one of its bright blue eyes, with the portion on its face resembling hair. It also has a red spiky growth around its neck. It has skinny arms and long black tatters hanging from its shoulders. It also has black, claw-like hands. It has the slight appearance of an hourglass figure and appears to be wearing an old, ripped cloak. It normally does not have any sort of legs, but it is able to extend stilt-like appendages in their place. In self-defense, Darkrai can retract its head and white "plume" into the pit atop its torso fringed by the aforementioned red growth.

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Palkia

12

Lugia

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Mega Mewtwo X

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Mega Mewtwo Y

15

Deoxys

16

Ho-Oh

17

Kyogre

18

Magikarp

19

Groudon

20

Reshiram

21

Garchomp

22

Regigigas

23

Scizor

24

Lucario

25

Blastoise

26

Pikachu

27

Mega Rayquaza

28

Yveltal

29

Xerneas

30

Tyranitar

31

Ditto

32

Dragonite

33

Turtonator

34

Furret

35

Typhlosion