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35 Best Electric Type Pokemon of All Time

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We have over thousands of Pokemon in the Pokemon universe and its very hard to pick any one favorite except for Pikachu which is the most fan favorite Pokemon of all time.

But Today we are going to look at more electric type Pokemon that you need to have on your team. These electric Pokemon have the coolest moves with east weaknesses to other types.

35 Best Electric Type Pokemon of All Time

Now, let’s begin the list without wasting any more time the best electric type Pokemon of all time.

35. Blitzle

Blitzle is a black, zebra-like Pokémon with thick, double-pointed white stripes on its neck, chest, back, and hind legs.

It has a rounded muzzle with a large, dark nose and oval, blue eyes with yellow sclerae.

On top of its head are short, triangular ears with blue insides. Below the knees, its legs are white with black hooves. Its tail is stubby, white, and has two points. Running up its neck is a spiky, white mane, which culminates at the front in a long extension that resembles a lightning bolt.


This mane captures and stores electricity, which flashes whenever this Pokémon discharges energy.

It communicates with other members of its species by controlling the rhythm and frequency of these flashes.

34. Pincurchin

Pincurchin is a marine, sea urchin-like Pokémon with a black body. Its face has two yellow eyes with black, triangle-shaped pupils on each of them; and two yellow, circular mouthparts.

A line of sharp spines runs down its back, along with two other lines of two spines each on the side of its body.


Each spine has a grayish tip which glows yellow when electric current runs through it.

33. Dracozolt

Dracozolt is a hybrid fossil Pokémon. It has a small yellow upper body with two long wings shaped like lightning bolts on its arms.

It has a long neck that connects to a raptor-like head with closed eyes and a red spot on each cheek.

The upper half is connected to the middle of the lower body, with an orange and yellow circle surrounding the neck. The lower body is colored pink and green.


The legs are green with pink toes and stripes and the tail is green with pink stripes and spikes.

32. Arctozolt

Arctozolt is a hybrid fossil Pokémon. It has a light-blue body with a snow-like patch on the top. Its body has blue fins with white patches on the ends and some spots.

It has a mosasaur-like tail with a fin on top. It has two yellow hands. Arctozolt has a raptor-like head with closed eyes and a blue spot on each cheek.


It produces mucus from its nose.

31. Regieleki

Regieleki is an electric golem-like Pokémon made mostly of electric energy generated by a single organ.

It has a round yellow body with three spikes on top of its head. It has a pink pattern on its face that resembles the letter “X”.

It has five blue, metal-like insulated rings with two serving as shoulders connect to electric-like arms, while the other three serve as a combined bottom for the triangle body shape with lightning-shaped legs.


The electric arms can open when it is attacking. Its body can glow bright yellow when attacking.

30. Pichu

Pichu is a small, ground-dwelling rodent Pokémon with pale yellow fur. Its ear-tips, collar, and tail are black and angular.

Pichu’s pink cheek pouches can store small amounts of electricity, and its tiny nose looks like a dot. Pichu is classified as a quadruped, but it can walk easily on its hind legs.

Pichu is a social Pokémon known for its playful and mischievous demeanor. It is usually found in groups and often touch tails with other Pichu as a show of courage, creating a shower of sparks that can make them cry.


It is inept at storing electricity and may discharge if amused, startled, or subjected to shock.

29. Morpeko

Morpeko is a short, chubby rodent Pokémon who can change forms via its Hunger Switch Ability, which alters its appearance.

The features shared between the two forms are short, stubby arms and feet, a pair of pink circular cheek pouches, a very tiny nose, two almond-shaped ears with a single fur tuft under each.


And a primary body color separating two areas of fur which cover the arms, ears, cheeks, and eyes, and zigzag inward towards its face, stopping at the waist line.

28. Pachirisu

Pachirisu is a small, white squirrel-like Pokémon with a faint blueish tint and a light blue stripe starting from its forehead and goes all the way down to the tip of the tail.

A female Pachirisu’s blue stripe is shorter than a male’s. A large white tooth grows out of its mouth. It has deep gray eyes and a yellow circle on each cheek.

Its tail is almost twice as big as its body, with three spikes at the top of the curl, which it can use to shoot charges.


Though its arms and legs are very short, it can run incredibly fast, enabling it to tire pursuing Pokémon out quickly.

It has a great amount of electricity flowing within its body. If it builds up enough charge, it may shock other Pokémon.

27. Oricorio Pom-Pom Style

Three Pom-Pom Style Oricorio appeared in Pulling Out the Pokémon Base Pepper!, where they acted as cheerleaders in the Pokémon Base game that Ash and his classmates took part in.

A Baile Style Oricorio appeared in Tough Guy Trials!, under the ownership of the Officer Jenny of Ula’ula Island.

Oricorio Pom-Pom Style

A Pa’u Style Oricorio appeared in A Fiery Training Camp Trick!. It was first seen in a flashback being scared off by a Crawdaunt before reappearing in the present day after Sophocles’s Vikavolt battled the same Crawdaunt.

26. Emolga

Emolga is a white, rodent-like Pokémon resembling a flying squirrel. It has black eyes, a tiny nose, and yellow cheek patches.

It can create electricity on the electric sacs located on its cheeks and store electricity inside its membranes.

Its ears, positioned at the top of its head, are rounded in shape and black in coloration, with yellow and white sections of coloration in the inside of its ears.


It sports a vaguely hood-like patterning of black around its head, with a spiky extension of the pattern above its face. It has yellow winglike flaps connected to its three-fingered arms.

Its feet are white and fairly small and its black tail is in a jagged shape.

25. Yamper

Yamper is a quadrupedal, canine Pokémon. It has a brown body with yellow fluff around its neck, resembling a collar, and yellow highlights around its eyes.

It has a yellow bolt-shaped tail and a heart-shaped pattern on its rear. Its four feet are white.


Yamper’s ears have a light green and yellow color on the inside. It also has a small yellow nose.

24. Zebstrika

Zebstrika is a zebra-like Pokémon. Its coat is black with white, jagged stripes all over its body.

There is one pointed stripe extending from its nose, two elaborate stripes on its neck and chest, one zigzag stripe each on its jaws, back, and hindquarters, one triangular stripe on each of its thighs, and two stripes banding each of its legs.


Its ears are triangular with blue insides, while its eyes are blue with yellow sclerae and white eyelashes. Its nose is black, and its hooves are gray

23. Alolan Golem

Golem is a bipedal tortoise-like Pokémon with a spherical body covered by a shell of plated, green rocks. Its body is so hard that even dynamite cannot scratch it.

Its head protrudes from the center of the shell. The head has a flat snout with two pointed teeth in the lower jaw and red eyes.

It has short arms that have three claws and two legs with feet that have four claws in front and one in back.

Alolan Golem

The head and limbs are light brown in color. Golem grows bigger by shedding its skin once a year. The discarded shell immediately hardens when exposed to air, crumbling away and returning to the soil.

However, it stops shedding with age and moss grows over its shell. As shown in the Pocket Monsters Carddass Trading Cards, Golem’s shell is hollow.

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