The Strongest Non-Legendary Pokemon

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10. Gyarados  

Gyarados, known as the Atrocious Pokémon, is the evolved form of Magikarp. In the beta version of Pokémon Red and Green, Gyarados had the name of Skullkraken. Gyarados is a large dragon Pokémon most similar in appearance to those seen in Chinese mythology. Its serpentine body is largely blue, but its underbelly is yellow. It has four white fins down its back. Its mouth is very large and gaping, but bears some resemblance to that of its pre-evolution Magikarp. Like Magikarp, it has barbels on its face. Its pectoral and dorsal fins also resemble Magikarp’s. Gyarados is only rarely shown with its mouth closed.  

Gyarados is known for its fierce temper and wanton destructive tendencies. Once it has worked itself into a frenzy, it will not calm until everything around it is destroyed, and can even go on for a whole month. This violent nature is attributed to the dramatic structural changes its brain undergoes during evolution. During times of human conflict Gyarados are said to appear, burning entire cities down to the ground. Gyarados usually live in large bodies of water, such as lakes and ponds or even seas and oceans. -Wikipedia.org

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9. Agron  

Aron has a body of steel. Aron feeds on iron ore it digs from mountains, and uses the nutrients to sustain its steel body. It usually lives in colonies very deep below the mountain, usually about a mile down. If iron ore becomes unavailable, the colony moves to another place to search for solid iron objects to eat, including steel bridges and railroad tracks. Because of this, Aron colonies are largely considered a pest to society.

Manufacturers, however, can consider Aron a blessing. When Aron evolves, it sheds its old iron casing. This iron is very tough, and is used by humans to make iron products. Arons also possess superior strength, despite their exceedingly small stature. With one all-out charge, this Pokémon can level a dump truck. -Wikipedia.org

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8. Salamence

Salamence is very happy at its successful acquisition of wings, yearning for them since being a Bagon, and expresses its feelings by soaring all over the sky, blowing fire from its mouth. Salamence is just as easily expressive when enraged: when angry, it loses all thought and destroys everything around it with its fire breath and shredding claws.

Salamence is a very strong Pokémon because of its incredible attack and special attack, and therefore highly desirable to trainers. However, Bagon and Shelgon, its two pre-evolved forms are difficult to train and level up. Salamence is a sub legendary pokemon and is very powerful. Salamence is mainly blue with red appendages and a white underbelly. -Wikipedia.org

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7. Blaziken

Blaziken, known as the Blaze Pokémon, evolves from Combusken at level 36, and is the final form of Torchic. Blaziken appears as if it’s wearing a sleeveless jacket on its torso. It has a crest on its head with two points, which resembles a letter “V”. It also has long hair behind its head and a small face almost completely covered in feathers. Its strong, muscular legs help it jump up a skyscraper with one kick and with ease.

It can make flames spout from its wrists and ankles, cloaking its feet or fists. It may also launch a fiery kick at the opponent. A female has shorter “hair” than a male. The V-shape on a female’s “mask” is also smaller. Every several years, its old feathers burn off, and new, supple feathers grow back in their place. Its signature move up to Generation III is Blaze Kick. -Wikipedia.org

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6. Garchomp

Garchomp, known as the Mach Pokémon, are dark blue, with a red underbelly that covers from the middle of its abdomen, to its jaws, and then to the undersides of its arms. Underneath the red is a gold diamond shape as well a gold cross on its snout. Garchomp have appendages that resemble jets, planes and hammerhead sharks; its four fins, one on each arm, one dorsal fin and another on its tail that resembles a shark tailfin; horns that resemble jet/plane engines rest on its head, resembling a hammerhead.

It has spikes on its hind limbs and arms as well as sharper claws than its previous evolution. Its eyes have black scleras and gold colored irises. When it folds up its body and extends its wings, it looks like a jet plane, and flies at speeds equal to one. Its body is covered in fine scales that reduce drag. It never allows its prey to escape. Its amazing Attack and Speed make it a tough opponent -Wikipedia.org

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5. Flygon

Flygon, the Mystic Pokémon, has its natural habitat in the desert, across which it flies. Flygon’s wings kick up a cloud of dust and sand each time they flap, so that whenever Flygon moves, it is surrounded by a constant sandstorm. This provides Flygon with a useful cover from enemies and other unwanted visitors who lose themselves in the dust cloud, while Flygon itself maintains perfect vision thanks to red covers that shield its eyes from the storm.

But it is at a disadvantage in the jungle because the trees are so close together they cover almost the entire floor of the jungle from a bird’s-eye view. It whips up sandstorms with powerful flaps of its wings. It is known as “The Desert Spirit.” When inside a Flygon-created sandstorm, the only thing one is aware of is the melodious sound of Flygon’s wings, which can resemble the notes of a song. Because of this, and the Pokédex related cry, it is thought that perhaps Flygon has the ability to buzz its wings at a rapid pace to create a melody. -Wikipedia.org

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4. Typhlosion

Typhlosion, known as the Volcano Pokémon, is the final form of the Cyndaquil evolutionary line. Unlike Cyndaquil, Typhlosion bears no relation to the echidna, instead resembling something of a wolverine or badger.  The number of special vents it possesses has dropped to the row on its upper back; however, it can put forth a tremendous amount of heat. Typhlosion carries the same coloration of its lower forms. Its yellow fur is brighter than it is on Quilava, yet still duller than Cyndaquil. Its fur is incredibly coarse, dry, and somewhat shaggy, but still fire-proof.

This fur, when rubbed together by Typhlosion, can be used to create huge explosions. Far more aggressive than either Cyndaquil or Quilava, Typhlosion are exceedingly hard to find out in the plains. They are a common cause of grass fires as the heat they expel is hot enough to cause the air around them to shimmer. It viciously assaults its opponents, reducing them to ashes with its incredibly hot flames. Though not color-blind, Typhlosion have slightly poorer eyesight than Quilava due to smaller pupils. They make up for it with a keen sense of smell and remarkable hearing. It creates heat shimmers with intense fire to hide itself. -Wikipedia.org

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3. Dragonite

Dragonite, known as Kairyu in Japan, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokémon franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, Dragonite first appeared in the video games Pokémon Red and Blue and subsequent sequels. They have later appeared in various merchandise, spinoff titles and animated and printed adaptations of the franchise. Dragonite is voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi in Japanese and English. -Wikipedia.org

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2. Charizard

Charizard, known in Japan as Lizardon, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokémon franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, Charizard first appeared in the video games Pokémon Red and Blue and subsequent sequels. They have later appeared in various merchandise, spinoff titles and animated and printed adaptations of the franchise. Charizard is voiced by Shin-ichiro Miki in Japanese and English. Known as a Flame Pokémon, Charizard are violent yet honorable creatures that fly proudly around the sky and constantly seek powerful opponents to quarrel with. It is an incredibly strong Pokemon, capable of knowing many powerful attacks such as Fire Blast and Dragon Claw. -Wikipedia.org

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1. Tyranitar

Tyranitar, Bangiras in original Japanese language versions, is the final evolution of Larvitar. Tyranitar is a large, green, reptilian Pokémon, that appears to have spikes near the end of its tail with the tip of the tail itself being segmented. Tyranitar’s feet and hands each have three claws on them. Tyranitar has a blue rhombus on its chest and has two rows of green spikes running down its back.

There are black, triangular holes on Tyranitar’s knees, chest and back. Tyranitar are extremely strong, and their thick, rocky hides give them a good resistance. Because of this, they are always roaming mountains to seek opponents. If enraged, Tyranitar sets off outstanding earthquakes that can completely change the entire landscape. Tyranitar has the base stat total of a pseudo-legendary, making it one of the current five pseudo-legendaries. Tyranitar is doubly weak to fighting type attacks and resists psychic completely. -Wikipedia.org

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