6. Primal Kyogre
Like Blastoise, Kyogre was already very powerful before acquiring a new, Legendary boxy form for Pokémon Sapphire. However, with the advent of Primal Reversion, it became almost unstoppable. Its only real drawback is Defense, which is still not bad. Primal Kyogre’s attack stats are unreasonably strong, and with Primal Sea’s ability, heavy rain falls on the battlefield, prompting its Water attacks even more. No enemy wants to find themselves on the path of Primal Kyogre, because this Legendary can destroy teams with ease.
7. Mega Blastoise
In essence, Blastoise is one of the better final evolutions of water-type Pokémon. As such, it would rank as one of the Strongest Pure Waters in the franchise. With Mega Evolution, however, this Pokémon surpasses the majority of Water types. Mega Blastoise keeps its defenses high and even gives them a slight boost, even though its HP and Speed are unchanged. It really shines with the huge increase in Special Attack. Its Mega Launcher ability increases the power of Aura and Pulse moves, making Water Pulse not only more alive, but deadly.
With an interesting stat spread, Suicune can face some difficulties. Its stats are structured to make it more like a tank, focusing more on defense and HP. While these stats are definitely higher, they’re not high enough to deal excessive damage the way other tanks can. By legendary standards, they weren’t all that impressive. It also doesn’t have easy access to many Special Movements, which is what makes it special. Even so, Suicune is still a Legend, so it can take down many non-Legendary enemies without major trouble.
For Legendary Pokémon, Manaphy isn’t that great. Its stats are all quite high, but they are exactly the same. This makes it impossible for you to excel in any department. With a limited number of powerful moves, Manaphy is behind many other members in its classification. However, as a Myth, it is stronger than most other Pure Waters.
With a high base stat total and access to multiple moves, Milotic is one of the strongest Pokémon from the Hoenn region. While its Attack stat is disappointing, it throws its attack power at its Special Attack. While this stat isn’t groundbreaking, it can be devastating when combined with the large numbers and defensive stats of a Pokémon. The opponent usually takes many turns to take down Milotic, and it can attack many times before fainting. During the evolution of the extremely weak Feebas, Milotic shows that not everything is as it appears at once.
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