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Here are my Top Twenty Pokemon including Unova Pokemon, Abilities and Moves. Get stuck in and send me some feedback :-) you know you want to.

Here are my Top Twenty Pokemon including Unova Pokemon, Abilities and Moves. Get stuck in and send me some feedback :-) you know you want to.

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  • mewtwo is the only top 1 of strongest pokemon
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  • @adavison1226 I agree Ubers are just overpowered, but in the realm of competitive battling they are easily beaten by better trained OU Pokemon
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  • This list could use less Ubers and more OUs such as Breloom and you didn't take into account EV's and IV's
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  • WTF is meganium doing on this list??? its literally useless and is the worst starter available of any regionXP haha and u should make one without legendaries, bc legendaries are kinda pointless, instant win of any game if u catch one, let alone all of em
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  • @gauravshobinath Weirdly enough, at the time, Charizard didn't cross my mind :L I'm doing another one soon anyway.
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    • Top Twenty Pokémon to have on your Main Team Sets
      By ShadowofLeafeon
    • REMINDER
      Okay, guys and girls, I should let you know that this includes Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed, LeafGreen, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, White and Black. This does include a few legendary Pokémon. When it comes to Pokémon, I’m a goddess.
    • #20: Mantine, PDN: 226
      First Region: Jhoto
      Type: Water/Flying
      Abilities: Swift Swim, Water Absorb
      Highest Stat: Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Attack
      Weak Against: Electric, Rock
      Recommended Moves: Hydro Pump (Water)
      Bounce (Flying)
      Psybeam (Psychic)
      Signal Beam (Bug)
      Note: Evolves from Mantyke
    • #19: Torkoal, PDN: 324
      First Region: Hoenn
      Type: Fire
      Abilities: White Smoke
      Highest Stat: Defence
      Lowest Stat: Speed
      Weak Against: Water, Ground, Rock
      Recommended Moves: Lava Plume (Fire)
      Iron Defence (Steel)
      Solar Beam (Grass, TM Taught)
      Earth Power (Ground, Move Tutor DPPt)
      Note: Torkoal does not evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
    • #18: Raichu, PDN: 026
      First Region: Kanto
      Type: Electric
      Abilities: Static
      Highest Stat: Speed
      Lowest Stat: Defence
      Weak Against: Ground
      Recommended Moves: Thunder Bolt (Electric)
      Iron Tail (Steel, TM Taught)
      Grass Knot (Grass, TM Taught)
      Endure (Normal, TM Taught)
      Note: Raichu evolves from Pikachu when touched by a Thunder Stone and Pikachu evolves from Pichu when levelled up with maximum happiness.
    • #17: Froslass, PDN: 278
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Ice/Ghost
      Abilities: Snow Cloak
      Highest Stat: Speed
      Lowest Stat: Tied between Special Attack and Special Defence
      Weak Against: Fire, Rock, Dark, Steel
      Recommended Moves: Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Wake-up Slap (Fighting)
      Ice Beam (Ice, TM Taught)
      Thunderbolt (Electric, TM Taught)
      Note: Froslass can only be female. It evolves when a female Snorunt touches a Dawn Stone. It’s counterpart (for looking masculine where Froslass is feminine) is Glalie.
    • #16: Spiritomb, PDN: 442
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Ghost/Dark
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Tied Special Attack and Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Speed
      Weak Against: None
      Recommended Moves: Dark Pulse (Dark)
      Ominous Wind (Ghost)
      Water Pulse (Water, TM Taught)
      Shockwave (Electric, TM Taught)
      Note: Spiritomb’s low Speed stat comes from its lack of limbs. It has no weaknesses due to the type combination it shares with Sableye. It is said to have been created when 108 spirits were trapped in an Odd Keystone.
    • #15: Rotom, PDN: 479 (Mow Forme)
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Ghost/Electric
      Abilities: Levitate
      Highest Stat: Tied Special Attack and Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Attack
      Weak Against: Ghost, Dark
      Recommended Moves: Leaf Storm (Grass)
      Discharge (Electric)
      Will-O-Wisp (Fire, TM Taught)
      Mud Slap (Ground, Move Tutor DPPt)
      Note: Rotom has six formes; Normal, Fan (Flying), Frost (Ice), Heat (Fire), Mow (Grass) and Wash (Water). It does not evolve from or into any other Pokémon. In DPPt, the Secret Key event code is needed to change Rotom’s forms in Eterna City.
    • #14: Meganium, PDN: 154
      First Region: Jhoto
      Type: Grass
      Abilities: Overgrow
      Highest Stat: Tied Special Attack and Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Attack
      Weak Against: Fire, Ice, Poison, Flying, Bug
      Recommended Moves: Solar Beam (Grass)
      Body Slam (Normal)
      Earthquake (Ground, TM Taught)
      Rock Smash (Fighting, TM Taught)
      Note: Meganium evolves from Bayleef, which evolved from Chikorita. It is the Grass-type starter for Jhoto Trainers given to the player in Gold, Silver, HeartGold and SoulSilver.
    • #13: Blaziken, PDN: 257
      First Region: Hoenn
      Type: Fire/Fight
      Abilities: Blaze
      Highest Stat: Attack
      Lowest Stat: Tied Special Attack and Special Defence
      Weak Against: Water, Ground, Flying, Psychic
      Recommended Moves: Sky Uppercut (Fighting)
      Brave Bird (Flying, yes it does learn it by levelling up)
      Blaze Kick (Fire)
      Stone Edge (Rock, TM Taught)
      Note: Blaziken evolves from Combusken, which evolves from Torchic, the Hoenn Fire-type starter Pokémon. The white=cream feathers that look like Blaziken’s hair are shorter on females than on males.
    • #12: Samurott, PDN: 503
      First Region: Unova
      Type: Water
      Abilities: Torrent
      Highest Stat: Special Attack
      Lowest Stat: Defence
      Weak Against: Electric, Grass
      Recommended Moves: X-Scissor (Bug, TM Taught)
      Hydro Pump (Water)
      Air Slash (Flying, Egg Move)
      Assurance (Dark, TM Taught)
      Note: Samurott evolves from Dewott, which evolves from Oshawott, the Unova Water-type starter. Samurott has been shown in posters as being able to stand on its hind legs and perform its Razor Shell attack as if wielding a sword.
    • #11: Slaking, PDN: 289
      First Region: Hoenn
      Type: Normal
      Abilities: Traunt
      Highest Stat: Attack
      Lowest Stat: Special Defence
      Weak Against: Fighting
      Recommended Moves: Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Hammer Arm (Fighting)
      Faint Attack (Dark)
      Aerial Ace (Flying, TM Taught)
      Note: Slaking evolves from Vigoroth, which evolves from Slakoth. Slaking may look like it is lounging, but it is really saving energy for its next strike.
    • #10: Metagross, PDN: 376
      First Region: Hoenn
      Type: Steel/Psychic
      Abilities: Clear Body
      Highest Stat: Attack
      Lowest Stat: Special Defence
      Weak Against: Fire, Ground
      Recommended Moves: Zen Headbutt (Psychic)
      Meteor Mash (Steel)
      Ice Punch (Ice, HGSS Pt Move Tutor)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Note: Metagross is the evolved form of Metang, which evolves from Beldum. Metagross is said to have the intellect of a super computer, due to it having four brains after Beldum fused with Beldum to evolve the same way Metang bonded with another Metang.
    • #9: Gyarados, PDN: 130
      First Region: Kanto
      Type: Water/Flying
      Abilities: Intimidate
      Highest Stat: Attack
      Lowest Stat: Special Attack
      Weak Against: Electric, Rock
      Recommended Moves: Hyper Beam (Normal)
      Bulldoze (Ground, TM Taught)
      Dragon Pulse (Dragon, TM Taught)
      Iron Head (Steel, HGSS Pt Move Tutor)
      Note: Although useless before it evolves from Magikarp, Gyarados and its signature move Hyper Beam are a force to be reckoned with. It is called the Kanto Version of Hoenn’s Milotic. It’s mouth is never closed.
    • #8: Garchomp, PDN: 445
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Dragon/Ground
      Abilities: Sand Veil
      Highest Stat: Attack
      Lowest Stat: Special Attack
      Weak Against: Dragon, Ice
      Recommended Moves: Draco Meteor (Dragon, Move Tutor)
      Crunch (Dark)
      Earthquake (Ground, TM Taught)
      Brick Break (Fighting, TM Taught)
      Note: Garchomp evolves from Gabite, which evolves from Gible. The males of this species have a slit in the fin on their backs where the females do not. It eats cute Electric types for breakfast. It can fly but can’t learn the actual HM move Fly.
    • #9: Celebi, PDN: 251
      First Region: Jhoto
      Type: Grass/Psychic
      Abilities: Natural Cure
      Highest Stat: All
      Lowest Stat: All
      Weak Against: Fire, Ice, Ghost, Dark, Bug, Poison, Flying
      Recommended Moves: Leaf Storm (Grass)
      Psychic (Psychic, TM Taught)
      Aerial Ace (Flying, TM Taught)
      Charge Beam (Electric, TM Taught)
      Note: Celebi can travel through time. Just for that, it’s my personal number one by a friend argued it down to nine because of its many weaknesses. Other than that, you can use the recommended moves to combat most of those weaknesses.
    • #8: Mew, PDN: 151
      First Region: Kanto
      Type: Psychic
      Abilities: Synchronise
      Highest Stat: All
      Lowest Stat: All
      Weak Against: Bug, Ghost, Dark
      Recommended Moves: Aura Sphere (Fighting)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Acrobatics (Flying, TM Taught)
      Gunk Shot (Poison, HGSS Pt Move Tutor)
      Note: Mew can learn any TM, HM and Move Tutor moves in each game. It can transform into other Pokémon at will. Yes, Mewtwo is better and is up the list and yes, the pictured Mew is shiny – they’re normally baby pink.
    • #7: Lugia, PDN: 249
      First Region: Jhoto
      Type: Psychic/Flying
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Tied Attack and Special Attack
      Weak Against: Electric, Ice, Rock, Dark, Ghost
      Recommended Moves: Aero Blast (Flying)
      Earthquake (Ground, TM Taught)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Hydro Pump (Water)
      Note: It is said that when Lugia flaps its wings, there will be storms for forty days and forty nights. A shiny Lugia is pink where a normal one it blue. It is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the 5th Gen move Sky Drop. Some of the pictures of Lugia on Google were just perverted.
    • #6: Palkia, PDN: 484
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Water/Dragon
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Special Attack
      Lowest Stat: Tied Defence and Speed
      Weak Against: Dragon
      Recommended Moves: Spacial Rend (Dragon)
      Aura Sphere (Fighting)
      Hydro Pump (Water)
      Earth Power (Ground)
      Note: Palkia is a being of Space. It is said that space becomes more stable with Palkia’s every breath. Don’t mess with pink Dragons – they will cross space and kill your family if you beat it.
    • #7: Giratina, PDN: 287 (Origin Forme)
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Dragon/Ghost
      Abilities: Levitate
      Highest Stat: Tied Special Attack and Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Speed
      Weak Against: Ice, Dragon, Ghost, Dark
      Recommended Moves: Aura Sphere (Fighting)
      Shadow Force (Ghost)
      Draco Meteor (Dragon, Move Tutor)
      Iron Head (Steel, HGSS Pt Move Tutor)
      Note: Giratina can only be in its Origin Forme when it is holding a Grisious Orb. Although bad for Speed, Special Attack more than makes up for it and the stat isn’t completely decimated by Draco Meteor.
    • #6: Latios, PDN: 381
      First Region: Hoenn
      Type: Dragon/Psychic
      Abilities: Levitate
      Highest Stat: Special Attack
      Lowest Stat: Defence
      Weak Against: Ice, Dragon, Bug, Dark, Ghost
      Recommended Moves: Luster Purge (Psychic)
      Dragon Pulse (Dragon)
      Thunderbolt (Electric, TM Taught)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Note: Latios is a male-exclusive Pokémon. Latias is its female counterpart. The Latios and Latias in Pokémon Heroes (5th Movie) were brother and sister, most likely from a Latios father and a Latias mother.
    • #5: Ho-Oh, PDN: 250
      First Region: Jhoto
      Type: Fire/Flying
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Tied Speed and Defence
      Weak Against: Water, Electric, Rock
      Recommended Moves: Sacred Fire (Fire)
      Thunder (Electric, TM Taught)
      Bulldoze (Ground, TM Taught)
      Extrasensory (Psychic)
      Note: Ho-Oh is the Pokémon Ash saw in the first episode of the anime series flying over the rainbow. Its feathers are in seven colours, due to its classification as the Rainbow Pokémon. It created Suicune, Raikou and Entei when its tower burned down.
    • #4: Cresselia, PDN: 488
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Psychic
      Abilities: Levitate
      Highest Stat: Special Defence
      Lowest Stat: Attack
      Weak Against: Bug, Dark, Ghost
      Recommended Moves: Psychic (Psychic)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Ice Beam (Ice, TM Taught)
      Signal Beam (Bug, TM Taught)
      Note: Cresselia can only be female. It’s counterpart is Darkrai, which is genderless. Heatran can be suggested as the male counterpart, despite having nothing to do with dreams but being a male-only Pokémon. Cresselia stops Darkrai’s bad dreams with it’s Lunar Wing.
    • #3: Dialga, PDN: 483
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Steel/Dragon
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Special Attack
      Lowest Stat: Speed
      Weak Against: Fighting, Ground
      Recommended Moves: Iron Tail (Steel)
      Roar of Time (Dragon)
      Aura Sphere (Fighting)
      Aerial Ace (Flying, TM Taught)
      Note: Please do not fight Dialga. If you do somehow beat it, it will go back in time and kill you as an infant. Dialga’s Roar of Time has the power to turn Pokémon into babies. Time flows when Dialga’s heart beats.
    • #2: Mewtwo, PDN: 150
      First Region: Kanto
      Type: Psychic
      Abilities: Pressure
      Highest Stat: Special Attack
      Lowest Stat: Tied Defence and Special Defence
      Weak Against: Bug, Dark, Ghost
      Recommended Moves: Psy Strike (Psychic)
      Shadow Ball (Ghost, TM Taught)
      Aerial Ace (Flying, TM Taught)
      Aura Sphere (Fighting)
      Note: Mewtwo is said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon. It was created on New Island by Team Rocket from stem cells of Mew. It is the main character in the first movie and had his own special episode in which we see him and the clones on a utopian plateau.
    • Well, the best is obviously Psyduck, people! Now check out the next slide 
    • (Fooled you)#1: Arceus, PDN: 493
      First Region: Sinnoh
      Type: Normal (Changes with held Plate)
      Abilities: Multitype
      Highest Stat: All
      Lowest Stat: All
      Weak Against: Depends on the Plate
      Recommended Moves: Judgement (Normal)
      Ice Beam (Ice, TM Taught)
      Thunder (Electric, TM Taught)
      Draco Meteor (Dragon, Move Tutor)
      Note: Arceus is literally God for Pokémon. It has the highest EVER base stat total of 720, it can be any type it wants and it’s awesome.
    • Thank you!
      I bet I got you with the Psyduck comment, right? I would never have Psyduck on a list of awesome Pokémon. It would be on my Epic Fail list – just because it’s hilarious!
      --LeafeonofShadows