35 Best Water Type Pokemon Ever All Gens

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11. Samurott

Samurott is a quadruped, blue, sea lion-like water type Pokémon. It has two pairs of pointed teeth, one in the upper jaw and one in the lower.

Long, white whiskers extend from its snout and head, and it has a red nose and eyes.

On the back of its head is a large, rounded beige helmet-like shell with spikes and a spear-like, pointed protrusion in the front.

The forelimbs’ bracers are actually swords called seamitars.

10. Palkia

Palkia is a light-purple, theropod-like water type Pokémon with stripes and markings of a darker shade and gray underarms and waist.

It has round purple-striped plates on its shoulder area, where two pink pearls lie encrusted with a gray rim encircling them and fins in their back. Palkia’s arms have extended formations resembling gauntlets and a purple band around each wrist.


Palkia has a long neck, a pointed white crest on the top of its head that extends to its wings, two strong horn-like tusks on the sides of its jaw, and a powerful tail.

9. Lapras

Lapras is a large sea water type Pokémon that resembles a plesiosaur. It has a blue hide with darker blue spots and a cream-colored underside.

It has large brown eyes, a short horn on its forehead, and tightly curled ears. It has a long neck and four flippers. The foremost flippers are larger than the hind.


Lapras is a gentle, helpful Pokémon that enjoys ferrying people across bodies of water. In the past, its docility made it an easy target for hunters, and it was driven to near-extinction.

An intelligent Pokémon, it is able to understand human speech

8. Feraligatr

Feraligatr is a bulky, bipedal, crocodilian water type Pokémon with blue scales. It has large, powerful jaws lined with several sharp fangs. Three teeth are visible when its jaws are closed: two in its lower jaw and one in its upper.

Its eyes are red with black markings around them and ridges above them and its lower jaw is yellow. There are three red spines on its body, each with three points: one on top of its head, one between its shoulders, and one near the tip of its tail.


There are also several groups of large scales on its arms, knees, tail, and waist. Its back is slightly hunched with ridges behind the shoulders and hips.

7. Kyogre

Kyogre is a massive, whale-like water type Pokémon with two big pectoral fins, each with four white square-shaped nails. It has a deep blue body and a white chin area with two small spikes protruding under it.

Above each eye are two white, oval-shaped spots. It has red stripes around its chin, eyes, dorsal fins, and torso. These stripes glow when Kyogre is brimming with power.


The tail is tattered with four trailing parts, the inner ones being smaller than the outer. Its eyes are small, yellow, and shadowed with black.

6. Suicune

Suicune is a slim, quadruped, blue, mammalian water type Pokémon with white, diamond-shaped markings. Its face and underside are white as well.

Suicune has a thick, purple mane that resembles the aurora borealis and two white, streamer-like tails that wave forward. It has a long, white snout.


Suicune has the power to walk across water and purify dirty water with one touch. It travels across grasslands in search of water to purify.

5. Greninja

Greninja is a bipedal, frog-like water type Pokémon. It is mostly dark blue with a yellow chest, a white triangular marking over each eye, a light blue four-pointed star on each thigh, and yellow on the lower half of its face.

It has red eyes with white pupils and its mouth is hidden behind a large, pink tongue that wraps around its neck and extends outward behind its head.

Running down the middle of its head is a fin-like extension, and there is a similar fin on each side of its head. Light blue webbing connects its head fins.

4. Vaporeon

Vaporeon is a water type Pokémon that shares physical traits with both aquatic and land animals. Vaporeon’s body is light blue with a dark blue marking around its head and a spiky ridge down its spine. It has black eyes and a tiny black nose.

There a white fin encircling its neck and three fins with cream-colored webbing on its head. One of these fins is on each side of its head similar to ears and one is directly on top of its head similar in appearance to a dorsal fin.


Vaporeon is a quadruped with three small toes on each foot and dark blue paw pads on the hind feet.

3. Swampert

In Abandon Ship!, Tommy’s Marshtomp was revealed to have evolved into a Swampert while living in an abandoned ship ever since it was accidentally separated from Tommy.

Since then, it believed that Tommy had abandoned it. When Ash and his friends arrived on the abandoned ship and ran into Tommy, Swampert abducted them one by one and trapped them in the webbing of its Spinarak partner until only Ash, Brock, Tommy, and Pikachu were left.


After Swampert’s memory was rehabilitated, the two officially reunited.

2. Blastoise

Blastoise is a large, bipedal turtle-like Pokémon. Its body is blue and is mostly hidden by its tough, brown shell. This shell has a cream-colored underside and a white ridge encircling its arms and separating the upper and lower halves.

Two powerful water cannons reside at the top of its shell over its shoulders.


These cannons can be extended or withdrawn. Blastoise’s head has triangular ears that are black on the inside, small brown eyes, and a cream-colored lower jaw.

1. Gyarados

Gyarados is a serpentine Pokémon with a long body covered in slightly overlapping scales. It is mostly blue with a yellow underbelly and a row of yellow spots down each side.

Its mouth is very large and gaping, bearing four pointed teeth and yellow lips. It has one barbel and a small white fin on each side of its face.


The barbels are white on a female and tan on a male. It has small, red eyes, a three-pointed, dark blue crest on its head, and four white, spiky dorsal fins.

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