Slowest Pokémon

20 Horribly Slowest Pokémon of All Time

We have talked about Smart Pokemon and Cutest Pokemon in the past but what about the slowest Pokemon. Well Today we are going to take a look at the Slowest Pokemon of the Pokemon Universe.

We all know each stat is very important to build a strong Pokemon team but sometimes low stats Pokemon can be useful also and in this case today we are going to take took at the snails of the group the slowest Pokemon of the franchise.

These Slowest Pokemon proves that despite being slow and falling behind in stats from there team mates they still able to hold their own in a great battle.

Lets begin the list the slowest Pokemon from the Pokemon Universe without wasting any more time.

20. Gossifleur

Gossifleur slowest pokemon

Gossifleur is a small, plantlike Slowest Pokemon with a large, yellow flower on its head.

This flower covers most of its cream-colored head, which has a green stripe down its forehead and two yellow eyes with black scleroses.

It has red, hair-like growths surrounding the back of its head and a green stem-like body.

19. Cleffa


Cleffa is a small, pink Slowest Pokemon that is vaguely star-shaped in appearance. Its ears are completely brown.

It has two small black eyes, a small mouth, and it appears to have a small, permanent blush on its cheeks.

It possesses stubby arms and legs, which have no defined digits and come to a point. It has a curl on its forehead and a curled up tail.

18. Slowpoke


Slowpoke is a pink Pokémon that resembles a cross between a salamander and a hippopotamus. It has vacant eyes that never seem focused, curled ears, and a rounded, tan muzzle.

It has four legs, each of which ends in a single white claw. Its long, tapering tail has a white tip. This tail drips a sweet, sappy substance that is attractive to many species of fish.

Slowpoke uses the tail as a fishing lure. The tail often breaks off, but it will grow back. In Alola, its tail is often dried and used in home-cooked stews.

17. Igglybuff


Igglybuff is a small, bipedal balloon-like Slowest Pokemon that is completely pink. Its body can change to deep pink when the temperature increases.

It has a rounded tuft of hair on top of its head, a small swirl-like pattern on its forehead, and red eyes. Igglybuff has small, stubby limbs.

This small Pokémon is extremely elastic and can bounce like a ball, although it may not be able to stop if it does this.

16. Pinchurin


Pincurchin is a marine, sea urchin-like Slowest Pokemon 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.

15. Wooper


Wooper is a mostly blue, amphibious Slowest Pokemon that resembles an upright, armless axolotl. Wooper’s head is large compared to its body, and it has small, round, black eyes.

It has purple, branching gills on either side of its head; the males have more branches in its gills than the females.

Wooper stands on two small, round feet, and it has a large, thick tail. On its belly are dark blue curved markings.

14. Pineco


Pineco is a blue-green, pine cone-like Pokémon with red eyes and no visible limbs. It has a single spike on top of its head, which is supposedly its stem.

It makes its shell thicker by gluing tree bark to its body. The glue is made of fluid that Pineco spits out, which hardens when it is exposed to air.

Unbothered by the added weight of its shell, it patiently hangs from a tree branch in tropical and temperate forests, waiting to prey on flying insects.

13. Silcoon


Silcoon is a cocoon-like Pokémon that uses silk to attach itself to tree branches. It is almost completely covered in white silk with only two small holes.

A pair of red eyes can be seen through the holes, but they are partially hidden by a rough fringe of silk. The silk forms a hard cocoon that it can use to repel enemy attacks.

Dew and rainwater collect on the silk, which provides Silcoon with nourishment.

12. Cascoon


Cascoon is a round, cocoon-like Pokémon. It is covered in purple silk, except for two holes where its red eyes are visible.

The soft silk hardens into a tough cocoon that is able to endure attacks, and Cascoon will not move even when it is attacked.

However, it never forgets the pain it endures and seeks revenge upon evolution. It lives in forests, where it hides underneath large leaves and inside the gaps of tree branches.

11. Roggenrola


Roggenrola is a roughly spherical Pokémon discovered a century ago in an earthquake fissure. Its body is blue and covered in large, smooth facets.

It has a hexagonal, yellow artifice in the center of its body, leading to a hexagonal opening that functions as an ear. Roggenrola has a brown, rocky oblong atop its head, and similar brown rocks that serve as feet.

Its body houses an energy core; due to compression underground, both this core and Roggenrola’s body are as hard as steel.

10. Foongus


Foongus is a white, mushroom-like Pokémon with a cap that looks quite similar to a Poké Ball. It has stubby, digit-less arms, a large pink mouth, and pinprick-like dark eyes.

It uses the Poké Ball-like pattern on its head to lure people and Pokémon in grassy areas, then releases a cloud of poisonous spores to defend itself.

The spores can also be used as a stomach medicine if thoroughly dried.

9. Morelull


Morelull is a small, white Pokémon similar to a mushroom. It is one of the shortest Grass-type Pokémon. It has large, black eyes with pale green half-circle markings on the outer sides.

Small bumps ring the top of its head, similar to hair. Its head is much larger than its thin, stem-like body. At the base, the stem splits into three green roots that act as feet.

Three large mushrooms sprout from the center of its head. Each mushroom has a thin white stem and a darker ring of color around the base of the cap.

8. Sandygast


Sandygast is a Pokémon formed from sand. It is mostly a mound of whitish sand dotted with gray pebbles.

A tunnel through its center acts as a mouth, and a small depression above that has two pebbles for eyes.

A red shovel with a white handle is stuck blade first into the top of its head. On either side of its main body is a smaller mound reminiscent of a stubby arm.

7. Stakataka


Stakataka is an Ultra Beast composed of many dark gray, stone lifeforms stacked together to form a four-sided tower with a spindly leg on each corner.

The stones that form the legs and the top corners are slightly darker. When at rest, its legs fit into the corners of the structure.

The lighter gray stones have glowing blue lines on their sides, which are visible along the edges and underside of Stakataka.

6. Trapinch


Trapinch is an orange, insectoid Pokémon. It has a round body with a white underside and four stumpy legs. It also has a proportionally large head, small black eyes with twinkle-shaped pupils, and a zigzagging mouth.

Trapinch’s large jaws are powerful enough to crush boulders. It lives in arid deserts, and it can go a week without water.

Instead of actively hunting prey, it digs into the sand to build its bowl- or cone-shaped nests, where it waits for prey to stumble inside and become trapped.

5. Bonsly


Bonsly is a round, brown Pokémon with the top of its head resembling a club. A rim goes around the middle of its body.

There are three yellow spots on its face, two of which surround its eyes, which are small black dots. It has short legs and toeless feet. Bonsly also has a hole on its rear similar to the draining hole of a flowerpot.

Bonsly is a good mimic, making it often mistaken for a real bonsai tree, though it can easily stand out in a dry environment that lacks greenery.

4. Ferroseed


Ferroseed is a cave-dwelling Pokémon resembling a durian. It has many green thorns around its body that are used for protection.

It has a metallic body with band-like stripes, along with small yellow eyes with black pupils.

It can stick its spikes into cave walls to absorb the minerals from the rocks. If threatened, it can shoot a barrage of spikes so it can escape by rolling away.

3. Pyukumuku


Pyukumuku is a marine Pokémon with an ovoid, black body. Its face has two beady, pink eyes and a white mouth shaped roughly like a star or Daimonji.

This Pokémon is capable of spitting its organs out through its mouth. The white organs can take different shapes, such as a fist.

Two lines of three pink spikes run down each side of its back. The middle spike of each line is about twice as long as the others are. A fluffy white puff forms its tail.

2. Shuckle


Shuckle is a Pokémon that resembles a small turtle. Its body is yellow and appears soft. Until they are in use, Shuckle’s limbs appear limp.

It is encased in a very hard red shell that has many holes in it. The holes in its shell are rimmed with white.

Rather than actively hunting and foraging for food like most other Pokémon, it collects Berries and stores them in its shell.

1. Munchlax


Munchlax is a teal Pokémon with a cream spot on its chest. Its round head is teal in the top half and cream on the bottom half. It has big, round eyes and large pointy ears.

It has five-fingered hands and cream feet with three clawed toes. The fur close to the bottom of a Munchlax seems to resemble a dress. Munchlax has two pointy teeth that stick out of its mouth even if closed.

It is a hyperactive Pokémon. It does not mind walking and running from place to place as it looks for food, but it is usually very slow-moving.