35 Best Water Type Pokemon Ever All Gens

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22. Starmie

Starmie is a water type Pokémon that resembles two violet starfish with five appendages each. The front starfish has a golden formation in the center.

In the center of the golden casing is its red jewel core, which can glow in seven colors and has developed to resemble a cut precious stone.

Starmie

The second starfish is semi-attached to the back of the first and can spin 360 degrees. This rotational action is how Starmie swims through the ocean.

21. Wishiwashi

Wishiwashi is a fish-like water type Pokémon. Even though an individual Wishiwashi is small and weak, the people of Alola still fear it and call it the “demon of the sea”.

This is because of Wishiwashi’s powerful School Form, formed when a Wishiwashi is in danger and calls on its friends by shining its eyes seen as an SOS signal almost 25 miles (40 kilometers) away.

Wishiwashi

Wishawashi has numerous natural predators, including Dewgong, Wailmer, Wailord, Wingull, and Pelipper.

20. Wailord

Wailord is a huge water type Pokémon based on the blue whale. It has small beady eyes, a huge mouth, and a throat that is lined with grooves.

It has a blue back with and four white spots, and a tan, grooved underbelly. It has two pairs of fins along its sides and a horizontal tail at the back.

Wailord

When it is jumping out of the water, it makes a giant splash due to its large size.

19. Manaphy

Manaphy is a small, blue, aquatic water type Pokémon with stubby feet and club-like arms that are longer than its body. It has a red gem on its chest and a yellow dot below the gem.

Its onion-shaped head has a pair of long blue antennae, which have small spheres on the ends. Its irises are dark blue with yellow sclerae, and there are two yellow dots of “eyelash” markings extending from the eyes.

Manaphy

Eighty percent of Manaphy’s body is made of water. It is highly susceptible to its environment and swims long distances to return to its birthplace.

18. Omastar

Omastar is a water type Pokémon similar to an ammonite. Its sky blue body has several tentacles; the tentacles toward the front are shorter and thicker than those in the back.

There is a pale yellow, helix spiraled shell on its back. Several sharp spikes line the shell’s midsection from the front to about halfway down its back.

Omastar

The shell’s rim has two circular indents where Omastar’s eyes are visible. Its eyes have yellow sclerae and vertically-slit pupils. It has an oval mouth with a four-sectioned, fang-like beak.

17. Tentacruel

Tentacruel is a large, jellyfish-like water type Pokémon. It has a clear, light blue body that has two large, red orbs on either side and smaller orb in the center.

Its eyes are visible in its round lower body, which is black. Extending from its lower body are two blue, beak-like appendages and numerous grayish tentacles.

Tentacruel

Its red orbs glow whenever it is excited or agitated, communicating with its own kind, and it may alert others to danger by stridently flashing them. They are also capable of refracting sunlight, storing energy, and firing ultrasonic waves.

16. Kingdra

Kingdra is a large, seahorse-like water type Pokémon with a tightly curled tail. It is covered in blue scales except for its yellow, compact belly scales.

There are thin spines with a single branch atop its head and thin, white fins under its cheeks. Its thin snout is powerful, allowing squirts of water jets with devastating power to be fired.

Kingdra

Two-pronged fins extend slightly past its cheeks. On its back is a white fin supported by thin, blue spines similar to the ones on its head.

15. Primarina

Primarina is a marine water type Pokémon that resembles a cross between a sea lion and a mermaid. Most of its body is white, but it has a long, fish-like tail.

It has a long snout with a round, pink nose, bright blue eyes with long white eyelashes, and long light blue hair trailing off the back of its head.

Primarina

A tiara-like structure rests on its forehead, consisting of a line of pearls with a pink sea star at one corner and a thin, transparent blue fin extending back over its hair. Its hair is contained to a ponytail by two strings of pearls.

14. Milotic

Milotic is an aquatic, serpentine water type Pokémon with a primarily cream-colored body. It has red eyes with long, pinkish antennae above them. Additionally, there are long, hair-like fins above its eyes, which begin thin and thicken towards the tips.

These eyebrows extend to almost half of Milotic’s body length and will be longer on the female than the male. On top of its relatively small head is a straight spike. Running down either side of its neck are three black dots, similar to gills.

Milotic

Its lower body is a patterning of blue and pink, diamond-shaped scales outlined with black. The tail consists of four large, blue fins with pink ovals in their centers.

13. Golisopod

Golisopod is a large, arthropod water type Pokémon with a hunched, humanoid posture. It has a pale purple body covered with silver armor plating.

It has relatively small head with bright purple antennae that converge with its mandibles to form a mask around its eyes. The eyes themselves are black and angular with light gray pupils.

Golisopod

Behind its head and curving down its back are several armor plates, each with a long protrusion curving up from each side.

12. Empoleon

Empoleon is a large, navy blue, penguin-like water type Pokémon. It has a wide, yellow beak that extends upward into three pointed horns that form a trident-shaped crest bracketing blue eyes.

Large horns are a symbol of leadership and strength for Empoleon. There is a blue marking resembling a crown over its eyes and a white, lacy marking running down its chest.

Empoleon

A blue, fin-like projection forms a collar around its throat and runs down the length of its chest and belly. On its back are two raised, gold bumps and a second blue fin that forms its tail.

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