Mantine ReportMantine (the Kite Pokémon) is a relatively rare Water/Flying-type Pokémon found within oceans across the world. Prized among Water-type experts for their unusually high Special Defense stat and abnormal range of moves, Mantine are unique creatures that live simple and relatively uneventful lives in the sea without ever coming into the light of the news. Don't think that makes them easy to defeat in battle, though; they might not look incredibly bright, but after spending most of their lives among Remoraid, these odd critters have learned quite a few nasty tricks to keep the opposition off their backs!
Mantine swim elegantly but languidly through the open ocean, eating anything that just happens to float into their mouths; since their antennae can be used to detect subtle changes in the movement of water around them, Mantine usually have little difficulty finding a free meal. Although Mantine can swim exceptionally fast through the water, this is primarily because their rough
Milotic ReportMilotic (the Tender Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Water-type Pokémon found among clear lakes within the Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova and Alola regions. Thought to be the most beautiful Pokémon in the world by humans across the globe, Milotic are calm and majestic in creatures that can calm even the most hostile emotions in people and Pokémon. They may not have the raw power seen in Pokémon like Gyarados, but if Milotic can do anything, it's take a beating and lull the opposition into not wanting to do anything but relax!
Milotic are famous across the planet for their incredible beauty and elegant appearance, resulting in them being unofficially labeled as the world's most beautiful Pokémon. These creatures have been depicted in a variety of art mediums (paintings, sculptures, etc.) throughout most of history, obviously demonstrating that their aesthetic value is not something new to the world; in particular, many artists have painstakingly tried to copy the be
Feebas ReportFeebas (the Fish Pokémon) is a rare Water-type Pokémon found among bodies of freshwater and saltwater throughout the Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova and Alola regions. Ridiculed for their shabby appearance and weak combat skills, Feebas are rarely noticed by trainers and are virtually useless in battle in the eyes of most people. Don't be so quick to knock these odd fish, though; what they lack in strength, they easily make up for in sheer vitality and potential unlike any other in the world!
Feebas tend to cluster within small schools at the bottom of ponds and other bodies of water, especially ones that are choked with weeds. Generally slow, dimwitted, and incredibly weak, Feebas are often seen as only slightly more useful than Magikarp (due to their ability to learn TMs, HMs, and Egg moves), which has made them beyond unpopular despite how easy they are to catch (though not so easy to find). This lack of true power, however, comes with the capacity to exist in just about any kind of
Totodile ReportTotodile (the Big Jaw Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Water-type Pokémon found among bodies of freshwater within the Johto region as well as the Alola region on rare occasions. Though cute in appearance and seemingly weak at first glance, Totodile are powerful reptiles that can easily rip apart opponents of nearly any size with their sharp teeth and tremendous jaw strength. These little critters might be playful, but anyone wishing to train one had better be careful to keep them on a tight leash; they might not wish to hurt anyone, but it can certainly be said that these creatures simply don't know their own strength!
As with its evolutions, Totodile are crocodilians that share many commonalities with both crocodiles and alligators, particularly in regards to their skull structures (which is similar to those of alligators) and the arrangement of their teeth (which is similar to those of crocodiles). From a young age, Totodile are designed to hunt on their own and are surpri
Huntail ReportHuntail (the Deep Sea Pokémon) is a relatively rare Water-type Pokémon found within the deepest depths of the cold northern oceans. Vicious and dangerous to be in the dark with, Huntail are destructive fish that hunt prey of all sizes and effectively dominate the food chain at the bottom of the sea. They might not be among the most powerful Water-type out there, but it cannot be argued that there are no other Pokémon strong enough to easily beat these odd fish on their home turf!
Clamperl are unique in terms of the form they will take upon evolving in that it is both easy and difficult to actually calculate. Both Huntail and Gorebyss share many similarities with one another, such as their anatomy, choice of habitat and predatory lifestyles, but are also differentiated in battle by their stats, some of the moves they learn and their hunting tactics. While there is still little evidence around to explain why they actually exist as two separate species, a recent breakthroug
Feraligatr ReportFeraligatr (the Big Jaw Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Water-type Pokémon found among bodies of freshwater within the Johto region as well as the Alola region on rare occasions. Massive by reptilian standards and absolutely lethal when one is not wearing extremely thick armor, Feraligatr are monstrous creatures whose intimidating appearance only belittles what they are actually capable of. They certainly might not be able to deliver special attacks as efficiently as most fully-evolved Water-type starters, but if one of these brutes does get a hold of the opposition, it is unlikely that the battle will end without at least a little bloodshed!
Although Totodile take a considerably lengthy amount of time to evolve into Croconaw, Croconaw do not take long at all to evolve and in fact reach their adult form earlier than any other starter Pokémon known. This tremendously fast evolution is not a small one by any means either, as Croconaw more than double in size and nearly t
Croconaw ReportCroconaw (the Big Jaw Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Water-type Pokémon found among bodies of freshwater within the Johto region as well as the Alola region on rare occasions. Though they might be relatively inept at using special attacks, Croconaw are powerful creatures that can easily rip apart anything that gets in their way, even if it means putting their own lives at risk. These beasts might not have a whole lot of strength outside of their bite, but when you can practically crush bone and weak armor without even flinching, variety isn't necessarily an issue!
As with most crocodilians, Totodile take a while to grow and evolve later than almost any other starter Pokémon (tied with Turtwig); in doing so, however, their physical strength increases substantially and they become far more fearsome. Although Croconaw are still relatively short, their bodies are more effectively-designed than those of Totodile for delivering powerful bites and dealing considerable tearin
Mantyke ReportMantyke (the Kite Pokémon) is an uncommon Water/Flying-type Pokémon found within oceans across the world. Extremely cute and fun to play with, Mantyke are interesting creatures that can make great partners for young trainers if they are lucky enough to catch them. Of course, the road from there on could be difficult if you want to train them for battle purposes, as unless you can find a Remoraid for them to play with, you may never be able to obtain a Mantine!
Under normal circumstances, Mantine are born already in their adult form and thus have access to their full array of powers; when exposed to certain chemical odors, however, they mutate inside of their eggs and are instead born while still in a larval stage, known as Mantyke. As such, Mantyke are physically weaker and smaller than Mantine but are otherwise very similar in terms of behavior and lifestyle. Mantyke spend most of their lives floating gracefully through the water, eating any food that happens to float into t
Clamperl ReportClamperl (the Bivalve Pokémon) is a common Water-type Pokémon found amongst the seafloor in all parts of the world. Though they may be rather inept at combat, Clamperl are wondrous creatures that clearly demonstrate just how bizarre evolution can really be in some cases. These odd critters might not be worth much on the battlefield, but if you're looking to score some treasure while on a diving trip, make sure to keep your eyes open for them; if you can find a shell that's uninhabited, there's a good chance that you'll also find something round and valuable inside!
Clamperl are exceptionally odd, and that's putting it lightly. Clamperl themselves are relatively featureless and merely consist of a spongy, tentacle-armed mass of flesh and organs within their shells; what many assume to be the actual animal is actually a beautiful pink pearl that acts as a natural beacon for psychic energy. Because they lack the organs needed to communicate with others, Clamperl send weak pulses