21 Deadly Ghost Pokemon of All Time

Ghost Pokemon

Ghost Pokemon can be very tough to handle because these are the strongest you can get in the all franchise.

Ghost Pokemon are very interesting creatures they come from way back in the days of Generation I. There were only 3 Ghost Pokemon in the entire Pokemon Game and these were Ghastly, Haunter, and Gengar and all these were part of Poison.

But Later as the games came Ghost Pokemon became the primary type used for taking down the notoriously powerful Psychic type pokemons and even the anime series Ash have a Haunter for the express purpose of taking down Sabrina.

But in nowadays Ghost Pokémon are the most powerful monsters in the Pokemon World, and we’re counting down the 21 strongest Ghost Pokemon of All Time.

21. Shedinja

Shedinja Ghost Pokemon

Shedinja is a Ghost Pokémon based on a cicada’s shed exoskeleton. Most of its body is light brown, but the abdomen is gray. It has four protrusions on its underside instead of legs; the top pair is brown, while the lower is gray.

There are round protrusions on the side of its head with narrow slits for eyes. Two lines encircle its abdomen and a white halo floats above its head. On its back is a pair of tattered wings divided into three wingtips.

A hole between its wings reveals that its body is completely hollow and dark, as it possesses no internal organs.

20. Spiritomb

Spiritomb

Although lacking a physical body as Ghost Pokémon, Spiritomb projects its appearance out of a small rock called the Odd Keystone. The rock is trapezoidal in shape and has two small dots. There is a crack running down the middle, splitting in two near the bottom.

The crack in combination with the two dots appears to form a frowning face. Spiritomb’s projected appearance is an ethereal composition of swirling purple fog. Its face is set in the middle of the fog and contains green, crescent eyes that are connected to its jagged mouth.

Its pupils are composed of a spiral and it is sometimes only seen with one. Swirling around its face are green orbs with yellow centers.

19. Dusknoir

Dusknoir

Dusknoir is a primarily black Ghost Pokémon that somewhat resembles a cyclops. Its cylindrical head is light gray with a single eye that has a yellow iris and a red pupil. Its eyelid resembles a smiling mouth, with its red eye being a tongue.

There is a yellow band near the top of its head, and a short, yellow antenna with a disc-shaped tip extends from on top. Six flat projections extend from the base of its neck and surround its head, resembling an upturned collar.

Dusknoir has well-developed arms with two yellow bands near its wrists and large, gray hands. On the front of its torso are two almond-shaped marking, and on its back are two circular markings. Both sets of markings resemble eyes.

18. Golurk

Golurk

Golurk is a bipedal automaton Ghost Pokémon resembling a suit of armor. It said to have been invented by ancient people to serve as a laborer. It is mainly teal in color with yellow swirls on its shoulders and hands.

It has a small head compared to its body, and pale yellow eyes, one of which turns to its left at the bottom, unlike Golett’s eye, which turns right. There is a crack across the chest of the armor, which is patched diagonally with a brown seal resembling a belt.

It has a crystal-like formation on each shoulder, and there are large bangles on its wrists and ankles. It has a Roman armor-like “skirt” and flat feet beneath.

17. Dhelmise

Dhelmise

Dhelmise is a Ghost Pokémon made up of an anchor and ship’s wheel, held together by a mass of green seaweed. The anchor is a rusty brown mottled with blackish spots.

The seaweed, which is Dhelmise’s true body, partially envelops the thick, curved bottom of the anchor in a zigzag fashion, leaving empty spaces that look like sharp teeth. The seaweed continues upward to cover the anchor’s thin shank and the spindle of the wheel.

Five individual strands of seaweed trail off this small hub is a star-shape.

16. Sableye

Sableye

Sableye is a bipedal Ghost Pokémon with a dark purple body, armed with sharp teeth and claws, which it uses to dig through soil. It has pale blue, gemstone-like eyes, which allow it to see in low light and sparkle in the dark.

It also has a red gemstone on its chest, and its back has a blue and green gemstone as well as another red one. These gem-like eyes and adornments on its body are caused by its diet, which consists of rocks and raw gemstones.

It also targets Carbink as prey, though they are usually taken by Gabite before Sableye can reach them. It is feared by people, since it is said to steal a person’s soul if they look into its eyes. It is nocturnal and is rarely seen. It lives in caves.

15. Mimikyu

Mimikyu

Mimikyu is a small Ghost Pokémon whose body is almost entirely hidden under an old rag. Its small size makes it the shortest Ghost-type. Its beady black eyes are visible through holes in the body of its disguise, and the fringe of an amorphous foot or lower body is visible under the hem.

Occasionally, it will also extend a black appendage from under its rag. The veil itself resembles a Pikachu. The cloth is yellow with black-tipped ears. The Pikachu face appears to be drawn with crayons, consisting of black eyes, red cheeks, and a squiggly black mouth.

The head is hollow and can be used to store objects. Mimikyu also carries a small stick resembling a lightning bolt to create a tail for its costume. When its disguise is damaged, the costume’s head droops limply backward, revealing Mimikyu’s ruse.

14. Cofagrigus

Cofagrigus

Cofagrigus is a blue and yellow sarcophagus-like Ghost Pokémon with red, menacing eyes and four ebony hands that appear to be shadows. A simply designed face, which is the mask Yamask carries, is prominent on the “forehead” of the Pokémon.

Its real face is covered up by parts that slide open when it is active. White, sharp fangs create a taunting smile and flamboyant patterns veil the coffin. The coffin is said to be made of solid gold.

Ancient legends once told Cofagrigus could seal nearby humans in their bodies and turn them into mummies; grave robbers who mistake them for normal coffins get this fate.

13. Chandelure

Chandelure

Chandelure is a Ghost Pokémon that resembles a sentient chandelier. It has a striped, round head, and round, pupil-less yellow eyes.

There is a ring of small, black spikes on top of its head with a tall, purple flame in the middle. From a black spike below its head, black arms curl upward. These arms are tipped with purple fire.

Chandelure’s fires do not burn its victims physically, instead burning their spirit. After hypnotizing its opponent by waving these flames, it absorbs the victim’s spirit.

12. Galarian Corsola

Galarian Corsola

Corsola is a small, pink, roundish Ghost Pokémon with branch-like growths on its back, which are similar to coral. There is a smaller, blunt horn on its forehead, and it has black, oval eyes. It has a white underside, which speckles towards the sides. Its four legs and two arms are blunt and stubby.

Found in the warm shallow waters of southern seas, Corsola requires clean water to live. If its habitat is dirty, the growths on its back become discolored and degenerate.

However, when it is healthy, its growths regularly shed and grow back. It is able to regrow them over the course of a single night. It forms large social groups. Occasionally, these groups get so large that people may live atop them, as is the case in Pacifidlog Town.

11. Gengar

Gengar

Gengar is a dark purple, bipedal Ghost Pokémon with a roundish body. It has red eyes, a wide mouth that is usually curled into a sinister grin, and pointed ears.

On its back are numerous spikes and it has smaller spikes on top of its head similar to tufty fur. Its arms and legs are short with three digits on both its hands and feet. It also has a stubby tail.

Gengar has the ability to hide perfectly in the shadow of any object, granting it exceptional stealth. However, Gengar’s body acts as a heat sink. Its presence cools the temperature of the surrounding area by nearly 10°F (5°C), because it absorbs the warmth.

The anime has shown that Gengar can fly and possess people and other Pokémon. In the past, Night Shade was its signature move.

10. Dragapult

Dragapult

Dragapult’s as a Ghost Pokémon appearance is reminiscent of both ancient lepospondyls such as Diplocaulus and modern stealth bombers. It has a triangular, wing-shaped head; a relatively short body; and a long, laterally flattened tail similar to a newt’s.

The dorsal side of Dragapult’s flattened head and the anterior half of its body are a dark navy color, which fades to a teal on its posterior end and tail. The lateral, wing-like crests of its head are pink. The ventral portion of its head and body are a light yellow-tan color, and its belly is marked with three pink chevrons angled toward its head.

It has four hollow, triangular horns and narrow yellow eyes. Its limbs are relatively short and thin, and are clawed. The claws on its forelimbs are pink. Dragapult’s tail becomes transparent and ethereal toward its tip.

9. Aegislash

Aegislash

Aegislash is a Ghost Pokémon whose body resembles a golden sword. The edge of the steel blade is white and somewhat serrated near the tip. Where the blade meets the hilt is a single, purple eye with a white slit pupil surrounded by black space.

The handle forms a thick, striated spike. Two cloth-like arms emerge from the sides of the hilt. Each arm is primarily black and transitions to a pale purple with a slight swirl pattern at the tip. The sash-like arms split into four tassels at the tips.

It always carries an ornate shield in at least one of its arms. The shield is gold and has three brown rings surrounded by black in the middle. It also has a brown rim with three lines radiating toward the center.

8. Phantump

Phantump

Phantump is a Ghost Pokémon possessing a tree stump. Its black body is wispy with nubby arms. Covering its head is a small, brown tree stump with a wavy branch on each side.

Its red eyes are visible through two holes in the stump and its mouth appears on the stump itself. There are two small, green leaves near the tip of each branch. Brewing these leaves can create a curative liquid.

Phantump is created when a spirit possesses a tree stump; it is said that the spirit is that of a child who became lost in the forest and died. This Pokémon’s cries sound like the voice of a child or eerie screams.

7. Gastly

Gastly

Gastly has no true form, due to 95% of its body being poisonous gas. However, it consistently appears as a black, spherical Ghost Pokémon surrounded by a purple haze.

It has a wide, pink mouth with two visible fangs. Though its eyes seem to extend past its round body, visible eyelids surround them. It produces a faint, sweet smell.

The toxic gas surrounding the main body can induce fainting and suffocation, and it is capable of enshrouding an enemy of any size. Its gaseous form makes it one of the lightest Pokémon tying with Haunter, Flabébé, Cosmog, and Kartana.

6. Mega Banette

Mega Banette

Banette is a dark gray, doll-like Ghost Pokémon that is possessed by pure hatred. It has three short spikes on its head and a long zigzagging ribbon trailing off the back of its head.

A zipper acts as its mouth, and it has purplish-pink eyes with slit pupils. Its long, flat arms have three-fingered hands, while its legs are short and stubby. It has a yellow, brush-like tail.

As Mega Banette, this Pokémon gains several additional zippers: one running diagonally across its face, one on each hand and another on its body. The first zipper runs from its left eye to the tip of its central spike. The other three are all unzipped, revealing parts of Mega Banette’s cursed purple body.

Its three long purple fingers and body revealing two pointed, purple legs are visible. Its zigzagging ribbon becomes somewhat erect, and now has two zipper rings around it and a short zipper on the tip.

5. Duskull

Duskull

Duskull is a stylized personification of the Grim Reaper. Its body is a black robe with two bones on its back. It has a mask that resembles a skull and has a single eye that floats between the eye sockets.

Duskull is also able to become invisible to sneak up on its prey and go through walls. Duskull is primarily a nocturnal Pokémon and has been shown to live in thick forests.

It is said that this Ghost Pokémon will spirit away disobedient children, and it has been described to enjoy the crying of children.

4. Mismagius

Mismagius

Mismagius is a purple, Ghost Pokémon. It has a round head with elaborate tufts resembling a witch’s hat atop it. The tips of the tufts are paler than most of the body. It has a thin, red mouth that resembles the letter “W.”

Below its head, Mismagius has a long neck with a round lump midway down. Three, elliptical red spheres surround the upper portion of Mismagius’s body. There are extensions on the sides of its lower body with the foremost ones tattered compared to rear ones. This gives Mismagius the appearance of wearing some kind of cloak.

If it is powerful, Mismagius can use advanced incantations for various purposes, such as causing misery or happiness. People that hear its cries will usually receive headaches and hallucinations.

3. Giratina

Giratina

Giratina is a large gray draconic Ghost Pokémon with gold half rings circling the back of its neck. Its head has a gold crown-like object surrounding it with two large horns pointing sideways.

A thick black stripe runs vertically along its front with red horizontal stripes. In its Altered Forme, it has two large black ghostly wings with red tips that can resemble claws. These wings can change shape as if it’s a liquid or gas. Its six legs are thick and clawed.

In its Origin Forme, it takes on a serpentine look, with six black ghostly streamers on its back with red spikes at the tips. Its legs are reduced to spikes, and four additional golden spikes appear near the edge of its tail.

2. Haunter

Haunter

Haunter is a purple Ghost Pokémon with a gaseous body. It has a round head flanked by three large, spiked protrusions on either side. It has triangular eyes with small pupils and a mouth with a long, pink tongue. The gases composing its head curve into its mouth to form several pointed teeth.

Disembodied hands with three clawed fingers each float in front of its body. Its body tapers into a jagged tail. Its gaseous form makes it one of the lightest Pokémon tying with Gastly, Flabébé, Cosmog, and Kartana. It can also float through walls.

Haunter hides in very dark places, such as caves, and is afraid of light. If a human or a Pokémon comes near Haunter, it will stalk the victim while floating and beckon it to come closer. 

1. Trevenant

Trevenant

Trevenant is a Ghost Pokémon resembling a slender brown tree. Its shadowy black body is visible through gaps in the tree, and a single, red eye is visible through a hole near the top.

There is a wavy, horn-like branch on either side of its head, both dotted with small, green leaves, and a smaller branch on its forehead. On top of its head is a cluster of green leaves. It has two arms with gnarled branches similar to its horns on the elbows.

Around its wrists are cuffs of green leaves and it has three claw-like fingers on each hand. Instead of legs, it has six roots similar to a spider’s legs.

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