Top 10 Fastest Pokémon

Pokémon (Japanese: ポケモン Hepburn: Pokemon, Japanese pronunciation: ['pokemoɴ]; English: /ˈpoʊkeɪˌmɒn/ POH-kay-MON or /ˈpoʊkᵻˌmɒn/ POH-ki-MON)] is a media franchise managed by The Pokémon Company, a Japanese consortium between Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures.The franchise copyright is shared by all three companies, but Nintendo is the sole owner of the trademark. The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995

1

Deoxys

Deoxys (デオキシス Deokishisu, /diːˈɒksᵻs/) is a fictional species of Pokémon from Nintendo's and Game Freak's Pokémon media franchise. The result of an extraterrestrial virus's exposure to a laser beam, Deoxys frequently appears around auroras. It is recognized as a Mythical Pokémon of the third generation. It exists in four forms: Attack, Defense, Speed, and Normal, which differ by base stat values, effort value yield, and appearance. Originally, there was no Speed Form; this was added after the movie.

2

Meloetta

Meloetta (Japanese: メロエッタ Meloetta) is a dual-type Normal/Psychic Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation V. While it is not known to evolve into or from any Pokémon, it has a second Forme activated by using the move Relic Song in battle. Its original Forme, Aria Forme, will then become the Normal/Fighting-type Pirouette Forme. Meloetta was leaked on a poster of M15 on February 26, 2012, and it was officially revealed by Oha Suta on March 1, 2012.

3

Crobat

Crobat (Japanese: クロバット Crobat) is a dual-type Poison/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It evolves from Golbat when leveled up with high friendship. It is the final form of Zubat.

4

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.

5

Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl (Japanese: プテラ Ptera) is a dual-type Rock/Flying Fossil Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It is resurrected from an Old Amber, and while is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, it can Mega Evolve into Mega Aerodactyl using the Aerodactylite.

6

Jolteon

Expose Eevee to a Thunder Stone and you’ll get your Jolteon in no time. This electric Pokemon possesses Volt absorb and quick feet abilities, making him a hard target to spot and take down. Jolteon’s yellow fur amplifies electric charges which are generated by the cells. Not quite a regular puppy that we love, eh?

7

Electrode

Electrode (Japanese: マルマイン Marumine) is an Electric-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Voltorb starting at level 30. Electrode is a round Pokémon resembling a reverse-colored Poké Ball with a mouth and eyes. Its top half is white, while its lower half is red. For this reason, many Trainers try to pick it up, mistaking it for an item. The Pocket Monsters Carddass Trading Cards depict Electrode as hollow. Many know it by the nickname "Bomb Ball." Electrode tends to live in power plants where fresh electricity is being generated, which it consumes. As a result, it often causes blackouts. The more electric energy Electrode consumes, the faster it moves. Electrode explodes in response to even the smallest stimulation, simply to entertain itself, or because it has taken in too much electricity. When full of stored electricity, it has been known to drift with the wind.

8

Accelgor

Accelgor (Japanese: アギルダー Agilder) is a Bug-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Shelmet when traded for a Karrablast, which evolves into Escavalier simultaneously. Neither evolves if at least one holds an Everstone during the trade.

9

Ninjask

Ninjask (Japanese: テッカニン Tekkanin) is a dual-type Bug/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Nincada starting at level 20. Its evolution can trigger the creation of a second Pokémon, Shedinja, when the player has an extra Poké Ball and an extra slot in their party.

10

Shaymin

Shaymin (Japanese: シェイミ Shaymin) is a Grass-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. While it is not known to evolve into or from another Pokémon, it has a second Forme activated by using a Gracidea flower in the daytime. Its original Forme, Land Forme, will then become the Grass/Flying-type Sky Forme. Shaymin's Sky Forme will revert into its Land Forme during the night, while frozen solid, or if it is deposited in the PC. Shaymin was officially revealed in February 2008, when it was listed as a star of Giratina and the Sky Warrior. In early June of the same year, its Sky Forme was revealed.