30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses

X Best Water-/Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses

In this article, we are going to bring you a list of the best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon. This is a very specific combination we have chosen since Ground-type Pokémon are generally weak to Water-type moves. On the other hand, Water-type Pokémon are weak to Electric-type moves, but the Ground-type gives them immunity over these attacks, as we can see in dual-type combinations. This is why this is a very useful type combination (unless you’re facing a Grass-type Pokémon). Let us check them out, as we rank them based on their usefulness in two categories.

Best Water-type Pokémon

15. Seismitoad

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#537
GenerationV
TypesWater, Ground
AbilitiesSwift Swim: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain.
Poison Touch: May poison a target when the Pokémon makes contact.
Water Absorb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
WeaknessesGrass

It is based on a toad. It is quite similar to marine toads (Bufonidae) but its body is covered with large, round “lumps” through which it secretes poison, like the toads of the genus Bombina bombina (fire-bellied toads). In addition, like these toads, it communicates by croaking through body vibrations and has a stocky appearance. The shiny form of this Pokémon has the color of said toads.

It is the evolved form of Palpitoad and its evolutionary family represents the metamorphosis of the anurans. When his bulges vibrate his attacks bend and he can even split a stone. The nerves of the bundles release a poisonous liquid that paralyzes. This Pokémon loves to live in muddy waters, swamps, drains, and some lakes, though its short legs and fatness prevent it from being a good swimmer. It feeds on insects and some fish.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Drain PunchFightingPhysical75100%10
1Gastro AcidPoisonStatus100%10
1Echoed VoiceNormalSpecial40100%15
1GrowlNormalStatus100%40
1AcidPoisonSpecial40100%30
1SupersonicNormalStatus55%20
Evo.Drain PunchFightingPhysical75100%10
12Mud ShotGroundSpecial5595%15
16RoundNormalSpecial60100%15
20Bubble BeamWaterSpecial65100%20
24FlailNormalPhysical100%15
30UproarNormalSpecial90100%10
39Aqua RingWaterStatus—%20
46Hyper VoiceNormalSpecial90100%10
54Muddy WaterWaterSpecial9085%10
62Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
70Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5

14. Drednaw

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#834
GenerationVIII
TypesWater, Ground
AbilitiesStrong Jaw: The Pokémon’s strong jaw boosts the power of its biting moves.
Shell Armor: A hard shell protects the Pokémon from critical hits.
Swift Swim: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric, Fighting, Ground

Drednaw is based on an alligator turtle. Its muscular, scaly body is bluish in color, with a pale lower jaw and chest. The brown shell on its back is rocky, and it also has sharp rocks on its horn-like head, arms, and tail. Its jaw has saw-toothed edges, so strong that they are capable of cutting through iron and rock. Despite its heavy shell, it has great muscle strength that allows it to move quickly.

It is a very aggressive Pokémon that tests the skills and values of the trainers who catch it. Only the most experienced trainers can tame him. There are those who, realizing that they cannot handle it, return it to its wild state.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Rock TombRockPhysical6095%15
1Razor ShellWaterPhysical7595%10
1CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
1Rock PolishRockStatus—%20
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
1ProtectNormalStatus—%10
Evo.Rock TombRockPhysical6095%15
21HeadbuttNormalPhysical70100%15
30CounterFightingPhysical100%20
39Jaw LockDarkPhysical80100%10
48LiquidationWaterPhysical85100%10
57Body SlamNormalPhysical85100%15
66Head SmashRockPhysical15080%5

13. Poliwrath

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#062
GenerationI
TypesWater, Fighting
AbilitiesWater Absorb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
Damp: Prevents the use of explosive moves, such as Self-Destruct, by dampening its surroundings.
Swift Swim: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric, Flying, Psychic, Fairy

When Poliwhirl evolves into Poliwrath, his countenance completely changes, gaining the fighting subtype, which makes him much more intimidating. It is a Pokémon that is characterized by its high physical performance, being able to swim seas back and forth without exhausting itself. He is the perfect fighter, as a martial arts practitioner must train hard to hone his skills.

In addition to possessing extremely developed muscles for striking, he also possesses steel-hard skin that allows him to withstand a large number of attacks. Despite his corpulent appearance, he is an excellent swimmer, being able to move in the most violent storms.

This Pokémon lives mainly in rivers or waterfalls, exercising in large rapids to strengthen its muscles. Some say that the Poliwrath swim against the current and thus grow stronger. They are also seen less frequently on beaches, but it is not very common.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1SubmissionFightingPhysical8080%20
1Circle ThrowFightingPhysical6090%10
1Mind ReaderNormalStatus—%5
1Dynamic PunchFightingPhysical10050%5
1Bubble BeamWaterSpecial65100%20
1Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
1Body SlamNormalPhysical85100%15
1Earth PowerGroundSpecial90100%10
1Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
1Belly DrumNormalStatus—%10
1Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1HypnosisPsychicStatus60%20
1PoundNormalPhysical40100%35
1Mud ShotGroundSpecial5595%15
Evo.SubmissionFightingPhysical8080%20

12. Inteleon

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#818
GenerationVIII
TypesWater
AbilitiesTorrent: Powers up Water-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low.
Sniper: Powers up moves if they become critical hits when attacking.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric

Inteleon is based on both a spy and a reptile from the chameleon family. Its type and characteristic speed seem to indicate that it is also influenced by basilisks, as these reptiles have the ability to run on water. Inteleon possesses a great intellect and analyzes everything deeply and calmly. He is also known for his chivalrous behavior. In combat, he analyzes the weaknesses and actions of his opponents to develop strategies to defeat them. He also shows absolute loyalty to the trainers he deems worthy.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Snipe ShotWaterSpecial80100%15
1AcrobaticsFlyingPhysical55100%15
1PoundNormalPhysical40100%35
1GrowlNormalStatus100%40
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1BindNormalPhysical1585%20
Evo.Snipe ShotWaterSpecial80100%15
12Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
19Tearful LookNormalStatus—%20
24Sucker PunchDarkPhysical70100%5
30U-turnBugPhysical70100%20
38LiquidationWaterPhysical85100%10
46SoakWaterStatus100%20
54Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
62Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5

11. Tapu Fini

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#788
GenerationVII
TypesWater, Fairy
AbilitiesMisty Surge: Turns the ground into Misty Terrain when the Pokémon enters a battle.
Telepathy: Anticipates an ally’s attack and dodges it.
WeaknessesGrass, Poison, Electric

Tapu Fini is based on one of the four main Hawaiian deities, the god of the oceans and death, Kanaloa. He is known as the guardian spirit of Poni, one of the islands in the Alola region. This Pokémon can create a special water that purifies the body and mind. In exchange, Tapu Fini requires those who wish to obtain this clear water to prove themselves capable of resisting its mist. Many have tried it, including some with malicious intentions, which could explain the disinterest and aversion it shows towards humans.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Disarming VoiceFairySpecial40—%15
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
5WithdrawWaterStatus—%40
10MistIceStatus—%30
10HazeIceStatus—%30
15Aqua RingWaterStatus—%20
20Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
25BrineWaterSpecial65100%10
30DefogFlyingStatus—%15
35Heal PulsePsychicStatus—%10
40SurfWaterSpecial90100%15
45Muddy WaterWaterSpecial9085%10
50Mean LookNormalStatus—%5
55Nature’s MadnessFairySpecial90%10
60MoonblastFairySpecial95100%15
65Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
70SoakWaterStatus100%20
75Misty TerrainFairyStatus—%10

10. Azumarill

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#184
GenerationII
TypesWater, Fairy
AbilitiesThick Fat: The Pokémon is protected by a layer of thick fat, which halves the damage taken from Fire- and Ice-type moves.
Huge Power: Doubles the Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Sap Sipper: Boosts the Attack stat if hit by a Grass-type move instead of taking damage.
WeaknessesGrass, Poison, Electric

Azumarill is a freshwater Pokémon, since it lives in rivers and lakes, although it can live in the sea, but it never goes out into the open sea. He usually lives almost always with Azurill and Marill. It is a herbivore that finds aquatic plants using the vibrations it detects with its ears. It is so sensitive that it can detect them even though it is in strong currents, it is also said that with these they can perfectly hear everything underwater. In case of being attacked, it quickly camouflages itself in the water.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1RolloutRockPhysical3090%20
1Defense CurlNormalStatus—%40
1SplashBDSPNormalStatus—%40
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1Tail WhipNormalStatus100%30
1Helping HandNormalStatus—%20
6Bubble BeamWaterSpecial65100%20
9CharmFairyStatus100%20
12SlamNormalPhysical8075%20
15BounceFlyingPhysical8585%5
21Aqua TailWaterPhysical9090%10
25Play RoughFairyPhysical9090%10
30Aqua RingWaterStatus—%20
35Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
40Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
45Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
50SuperpowerFightingPhysical120100%5

9. Gyarados

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#130
GenerationI
TypesWater, Flying / Water, Dark (Mega Gyarados)
AbilitiesIntimidate: The Pokémon intimidates opposing Pokémon upon entering battle, lowering their Attack stat.
Moxie: The Pokémon shows moxie, and that boosts the Attack stat after knocking out any Pokémon.
Mold Breaker: Moves can be used on the target regardless of its Abilities.
WeaknessesRock, Electric / Fighting, Bug, Grass, Electric, Fairy (Mega Gyarados)

Gyarados closely resembles a sea dragon, like the Chinese dragon. Gyarados, like its pre-evolution Magikarp, is inspired by an ancient Chinese legend known as “Li Yu Tiao Long Men”, five characters literally meaning “Carp jumps over the Dragon Gate”. The story goes that there was a weak and pathetic carp who wanted to prove his worth, so, being very persevering and after much suffering and hardship, he swam against the current and climbed a waterfall (the Dragon Gate). The gods saw this and, moved by her strength of will, decided to reward her by turning her into a splendid dragon.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
1FlailNormalPhysical100%15
1SplashNormalStatus—%40
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1LeerNormalStatus100%30
1TwisterDragonSpecial40100%20
Evo.BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
4WhirlpoolWaterSpecial3585%15
8Ice FangIcePhysical6595%15
12BrineWaterSpecial65100%10
16Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
21WaterfallWaterPhysical80100%15
24CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
28Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
32Aqua TailWaterPhysical9090%10
36Dragon DanceDragonStatus—%20
40Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
44HurricaneFlyingSpecial11070%10
48ThrashNormalPhysical120100%10
52Hyper BeamNormalSpecial15090%5

8. Swampert

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#260
GenerationIII
TypesWater, Ground
AbilitiesWater Absorb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
Damp: Prevents the use of explosive moves, such as Self-Destruct, by dampening its surroundings.
Swift Swim: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain.
WeaknessesGrass

Swampert is characterized by being one of the strongest evolutions of a starter Pokémon, due to its huge arms, it is capable of lifting a bus with ease. His strength also helps him attack, as his powerful limbs allow him to cling to the ground when using Muddy Water or Earthquake. It can also predict storms with its fins. If one is about to explode, it will start piling up stones to protect itself from storms. It can collect moisture from the water and create a powerful Hydro Cannon.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Mud ShotGroundSpecial5595%15
1Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
1EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
1SurfWaterSpecial90100%15
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1GrowlNormalStatus100%40
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1Rock SmashFightingPhysical40100%15
9Rock ThrowRockPhysical5090%15
12ProtectNormalStatus—%10
15SupersonicNormalStatus55%20
20Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
25Rock SlideRockPhysical7590%10
30Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
35AmnesiaPsychicStatus—%20
42Muddy WaterWaterSpecial9085%10
49ScreechNormalStatus85%40
56EndeavorNormalPhysical100%5
63Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5

7. Dracovish

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#882
GenerationVIII
TypesWater, Dragon
AbilitiesWater Absorb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
Strong Jaw: The Pokémon’s strong jaw boosts the power of its biting moves.
Sand Rush: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in a sandstorm.
WeaknessesDragon, Fairy

Its strange design is based on the first interpretations that paleontologists gave to fossils found in the same site, or with a lack of bones in the site, which were wrong and physically incorrect. Dracovish’s upper body is based on Dunkleosteus, while the lower body is possibly based on a Stegosaurus. Dracovish has extremely strong legs and a great motor capacity that would have allowed him to exceed 60 km/h on dry land, if it weren’t for the fact that he is unable to breathe out of water.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
7ProtectNormalStatus—%10
14Brutal SwingDarkPhysical60100%20
21Ancient PowerRockSpecial60100%5
28BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
35Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
42StompNormalPhysical65100%20
49Super FangNormalPhysical90%10
56CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
63Fishious RendWaterPhysical85100%10
70Dragon PulseDragonSpecial85100%10
77Dragon RushDragonPhysical10075%10

6. Blastoise

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#009
GenerationI
TypesWater
AbilitiesTorrent: Powers up Water-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low.
Rain Dish: The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain.
Mega Launcher: Powers up aura and pulse moves.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric

Blastoise is based on a turtle with two cannons. They can fire water bullets with enough accuracy to hit cans from 50 meters away. Despite this, they are unable to target targets that are too close. Its strength and power are greater than that of a fire hose, which is why many fire teams have Blastoise as members, because with the enormous amounts of water that can shoot any fire can be easily extinguished. If the power of its cannons were not enough to avoid any danger, it can still hide in its shell to hide or crush its opponent with its huge weight.

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Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Flash CannonSteelSpecial80100%10
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Tail WhipNormalStatus100%30
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1WithdrawWaterStatus—%40
Evo.Flash CannonSteelSpecial80100%10
9Rapid SpinNormalPhysical50100%40
12BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
15Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
20ProtectNormalStatus—%10
25Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
30Aqua TailWaterPhysical9090%10
35Shell SmashNormalStatus—%15
42Iron DefenseSteelStatus—%15
49Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
56Skull BashNormalPhysical130100%10

5. Toxapex

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#748
GenerationVII
TypesPoison, Water
AbilitiesMerciless: The Pokémon’s attacks become critical hits if the target is poisoned.
Limber: Its limber body protects the Pokémon from paralysis.
Regenerator: Restores a little HP when withdrawn from battle.
Weaknesses

Toxapex is based on a starfish, specifically a crown of thorns, famous for feeding on corals and being a threat to coral reefs. Toxapex crawls across the ocean floor on its twelve legs. These extremities join together to form a dome that protects the interior. This is a haven of peace, since it is not affected by the tides. It leaves a trail of Corsola pieces in its wake. Those attacked by Toxapex poison will suffer intense pain for three days and three nights, even after recovery, it usually leaves scars.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Baneful BunkerPoisonStatus—%10
1Poison StingPoisonPhysical15100%35
1PeckFlyingPhysical35100%35
1Wide GuardRockStatus—%10
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
Evo.Baneful BunkerPoisonStatus—%10
15VenoshockPoisonSpecial65100%10
20RecoverNormalStatus—%10
25Pin MissileBugPhysical2595%20
30Toxic SpikesPoisonStatus—%20
35LiquidationWaterPhysical85100%10
42Venom DrenchPoisonStatus100%20
49Poison JabPoisonPhysical80100%20
56ToxicPoisonStatus90%10

4. Suicune

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#245
GenerationII
TypesWater
AbilitiesPressure: By putting pressure on the opposing Pokémon, it raises their PP usage.
Inner Focus: The Pokémon’s intensely focused, and that protects the Pokémon from flinching.
Water Abrosb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric

Suicune may be based on a black panther, or perhaps an ounce, better known as a snow leopard, although its slim body and speed suggest that it may be based on a cheetah. Or maybe an arctic wolf. This Pokémon can breathe underwater and purify it when it touches it. He usually goes in the direction of the north winds, and has a great sense of honor and responsibility, although he is a bit of a loner. It also has the peculiarity of controlling the wind around it, which is why its tails always wave forward regardless of whether it is running at incredible speeds.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Sheer ColdIceSpecial30%5
1Extreme SpeedNormalPhysical80100%5
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1LeerNormalStatus100%30
1GustFlyingSpecial40100%35
1MistIceStatus—%30
6Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
12BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
18Calm MindPsychicStatus—%20
24RoarNormalStatus—%20
30Ice FangIcePhysical6595%15
36TailwindFlyingStatus—%15
42CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
48ExtrasensoryPsychicSpecial80100%20
54SurfWaterSpecial90100%15
60Mirror CoatPsychicSpecial100%20
66Rain DanceWaterStatus—%5
72Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
78BlizzardIceSpecial11070%5

3. Greninja

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#658
GenerationVI
TypesWater, Dark
AbilitiesTorrent: Powers up Water-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low.
Protean: Changes the Pokémon’s type to the type of the move it’s about to use.
Battle Bond: Defeating an opposing Pokémon strengthens the Pokémon’s bond with its Trainer, and it becomes Ash-Greninja. Water Shuriken gets more powerful.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric, Fighting, Bug, Fairy

Greninja is based on the traits of a ninja and a frog. Greninja is a very fast Pokémon, so it can appear and disappear unexpectedly. In combat, he makes the opponent dizzy with his superb agility and then attacks the enemy by compressing the water to create shuriken that, when rotated, can cut materials as hard as metal. His tongue is very long, he uses it around his neck like a scarf, covering his mouth and nose, thus resembling a ninja that covers his face.

As of the seventh generation, a special Greninja can use the affective metamorphosis with which it transforms into Ash-Greninja thanks to the fact that Ash and this Pokémon are very close. The effective metamorphosis causes Greninja to accumulate great power and change form. It is believed that there was only one other case in the past, hundreds of years ago.

Ash Greninja’s strength is far superior to that of a normal Greninja, which allows him to move at great speed, surprising his opponents. He uses the large water shuriken on his back against his opponents. When this happens, Greninja changes into his Ash forme. At the end of the fight, Ash-Greninja returns to its original form.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Water ShurikenWaterSpecial15100%20
1Night SlashDarkPhysical70100%15
1HazeIceStatus—%30
1Role PlayPsychicStatus—%10
1Mat BlockFightingStatus—%10
1PoundNormalPhysical40100%35
1GrowlNormalStatus100%40
1BubbleWaterSpecial40100%30
1Quick AttackNormalPhysical40100%30
Evo.Water ShurikenWaterSpecial15100%20
5BubbleWaterSpecial40100%30
8Quick AttackNormalPhysical40100%30
10LickGhostPhysical30100%30
14Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
19SmokescreenNormalStatus100%20
23Shadow SneakGhostPhysical40100%30
28SpikesGroundStatus—%20
33Feint AttackDarkPhysical60—%20
42SubstituteNormalStatus—%10
49ExtrasensoryPsychicSpecial80100%20
56Double TeamNormalStatus—%15
68Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
70HazeIceStatus—%30
77Night SlashDarkPhysical70100%15

2. Palkia

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#484
GenerationIV
TypesWater, Dragon
AbilitiesPressure: By putting pressure on the opposing Pokémon, it raises their PP usage.
Telepathy: Anticipates an ally’s attack and dodges it.
WeaknessesDragon, Fairy

Palkia is a water type, due to the fact that pearls are found in the ocean. It is a great dragon Pokémon created by Arceus that has the power to control space at its mercy and can teleport through it. His signature attack is Void Slash, which allows him to tear through space. Palkia is the eternal rival of Dialga and Giratina. They have control over space, time, and antimatter respectively.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
1Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
8Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
16Ancient PowerRockSpecial60100%5
24SlashNormalPhysical70100%20
32Aqua RingWaterStatus—%20
40Dragon ClawDragonPhysical80100%15
48Aura SphereFightingSpecial80—%20
56Power GemRockSpecial80100%20
64Aqua TailWaterPhysical9090%10
72Earth PowerGroundSpecial90100%10
80Spacial RendDragonSpecial10095%5
88Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5

1. Kyogre

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#382
GenerationIII
TypesWater
AbilitiesDrizzle: The Pokémon makes it rain when it enters a battle.
Primordial Sea: The Pokémon changes the weather to nullify Fire-type attacks.
WeaknessesGrass, Electric

Kyogre is shaped like a cetacean of colossal proportions. Biologically it is based on both a Glaucus atlanticus and an orca, since it even has white spots on the head area. Mythology-wise, it seems to be based on the Leviathan, a mythical sea creature. He is part of the creative trio with whom he shares a physiological trait: the marks on his body.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
1Ancient PowerRockSpecial60100%5
1Body SlamNormalPhysical85100%15
1Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
9Aqua TailWaterPhysical9090%10
18Calm MindPsychicStatus—%20
27Muddy WaterWaterSpecial9085%10
36Ice BeamIceSpecial90100%10
45Sheer ColdIceSpecial30%5
54Aqua RingWaterStatus—%20
63Origin PulseWaterSpecial11085%10
72Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5
81Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
90Water SpoutWaterSpecial150100%5

Best Ground-type Pokémon

15. Swampert

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#260
GenerationIII
TypesWater, Ground
AbilitiesWater Absorb: Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage.
Damp: Prevents the use of explosive moves, such as Self-Destruct, by dampening its surroundings.
Swift Swim: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain.
WeaknessesGrass

Swampert is characterized by being one of the strongest evolutions of a starter Pokémon, due to its huge arms, it is capable of lifting a bus with ease. His strength also helps him attack, as his powerful limbs allow him to cling to the ground when using Muddy Water or Earthquake. It can also predict storms with its fins. If one is about to explode, it will start piling up stones to protect itself from storms. It can collect moisture from the water and create a powerful Hydro Cannon.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Mud ShotGroundSpecial5595%15
1Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
1EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
1SurfWaterSpecial90100%15
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1GrowlNormalStatus100%40
1Water GunWaterSpecial40100%25
1Rock SmashFightingPhysical40100%15
9Rock ThrowRockPhysical5090%15
12ProtectNormalStatus—%10
15SupersonicNormalStatus55%20
20Water PulseWaterSpecial60100%20
25Rock SlideRockPhysical7590%10
30Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
35AmnesiaPsychicStatus—%20
42Muddy WaterWaterSpecial9085%10
49ScreechNormalStatus85%40
56EndeavorNormalPhysical100%5
63Hydro PumpWaterSpecial11080%5

14. Torterra

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#389
GenerationIV
TypesGrass, Ground
AbilitiesOvergrow Powers up Grass-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low.
Shell Armor: A hard shell protects the Pokémon from critical hits.
WeaknessesFlying, Bug, Fire, Ice

Torterra are usually seen in very thick forests. The bush that Grotle used to have on his back has turned into a leafy tree in which some flying Pokémon make their nests. This makes Torterra a Pokémon with a serene nature, and a very attentive one, since some Pokémon spend their entire lives on its back, and Torterra always watches over them.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
1Wood HammerGrassPhysical120100%15
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1WithdrawWaterStatus—%40
1AbsorbGrassSpecial20100%25
1Razor LeafGrassPhysical5595%25
Evo.EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
5WithdrawWaterStatus—%40
6LeafageGrassPhysical40100%40
10GrowthNormalStatus—%20
13Razor LeafGrassPhysical5595%25
17CurseGhostStatus—%10
22BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
27Mega DrainGrassSpecial40100%15
33Leech SeedGrassStatus90%10
39SynthesisGrassStatus—%5
45CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
51Giga DrainGrassSpecial75100%10
57Leaf StormGrassSpecial13090%5

13. Golem

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#076
GenerationI
TypesRock, Ground (Kanto) / Rock, Electric (Alola)
AbilitiesSturdy: It cannot be knocked out with one hit. One-hit KO moves cannot knock it out, either.
Rock Head: Protects the Pokémon from recoil damage. (Kanto)
Magnet Pull: Prevents Steel-type Pokémon from escaping using its magnetic force. (Alola)
Sand Veil: Boosts the Pokémon’s evasiveness in a sandstorm. (Kanto)
Galvanize: Normal-type moves become Electric-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little. (Alola)
WeaknessesFighting, Ground, Steel, Water, Grass, Ice (Kanto) / Fighting, Ground, Water, Grass (Alola)

Unlike his pre-evolution, Golem does not have four arms. He lives on the slopes of the mountains. When there are earthquakes, he rolls down the mountains. To avoid crushing houses, grooves have been dug to guide them as they descend. He can put his head, arms and legs inside his body forming a sphere. In this sense, it is a great feat that he has that flexibility, although it is the only one he has. This is how they roll, and it also serves as a defense mechanism for physical attacks.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Heavy SlamSteelPhysical100%10
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Defense CurlNormalStatus—%40
1Rock PolishRockStatus—%20
4SandstormRockStatus—%10
6Rock PolishRockStatus—%20
10RolloutRockPhysical3090%20
12HardenNormalStatus—%30
16Rock ThrowRockPhysical5090%15
18Smack DownRockPhysical50100%15
22BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
24Self-DestructNormalPhysical200100%5
30Stealth RockRockStatus—%20
34Rock BlastRockPhysical2590%10
40EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
44ExplosionNormalPhysical250100%5
50Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
54Stone EdgeRockPhysical10080%5
60Heavy SlamSteelPhysical100%10

12. Rhyperior

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#464
GenerationIV
TypesGround, Rock
AbilitiesLightning Rod: The Pokémon draws in all Electric-type moves. Instead of being hit by Electric-type moves, it boosts its Sp. Atk.
Solid Rock: Reduces the power of supereffective attacks taken.
Reckless: Powers up moves that have recoil damage.
WeaknessesFighting, Ground, Steel, Water, Grass, Ice

This Pokémon is very rare to see, so not much is known about it. It lives in steep and inaccessible areas, it is usually territorial and very violent if it feels threatened. His skin is tough and strong, so common attacks have no effect on him. Also thanks to its solid rock ability, it reduces the damage of attacks that affect these large species of Pokémon. The females are much more violent than the males and frequent active volcanoes to have their young. Since the males are calmer, they are better because they can better control themselves for combat.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Tail WhipNormalStatus100%30
1Smack DownRockPhysical50100%15
1BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
15Horn AttackNormalPhysical65100%25
20Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
25StompNormalPhysical65100%20
30Rock BlastRockPhysical2590%10
35Drill RunGroundPhysical8095%10
40Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
47EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
54Stone EdgeRockPhysical10080%5
61MegahornBugPhysical12085%10
68Horn DrillNormalPhysical30%5
75Rock WreckerRockPhysical15090%5

11. Flygon

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#330
GenerationIII
TypesGround, Dragon
AbilitiesLevitate: By floating in the air, the Pokémon receives full immunity to all Ground-type moves.
WeaknessesIce, Dragon, Fairy

Flygon is a cross between a dragon and an adult antlion, an insect with a strong resemblance to dragonflies. The Flygon’s natural habitat is the desert, through which it flies. Flygon’s wings can create a cloud of dust, and every time they flap, they surround themselves with a sandstorm. This provides Flygon with useful cover against unwanted visitors who get lost within the cloud of sand, while he maintains perfect vision thanks to the transparent red covers over his eyes.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Dragon ClawDragonPhysical80100%15
1OutrageBDSPDragonPhysical120100%10
1Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
1Dragon DanceDragonStatus—%20
1FeintNormalPhysical30100%10
1Laser FocusNormalStatus—%30
1BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
1DigGroundPhysical80100%10
1CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
1SuperpowerFightingPhysical120100%5
1FissureGroundPhysical30%5
1Sand AttackGroundStatus100%15
1AstonishGhostPhysical30100%15
1SupersonicNormalStatus55%20
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
Evo.Dragon ClawDragonPhysical80100%15
12Mud-SlapGroundSpecial20100%10
16Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
20Dragon TailDragonPhysical6090%10
24ScreechNormalStatus85%40
28Bug BuzzBugSpecial90100%10
32SandstormRockStatus—%10
38Earth PowerGroundSpecial90100%10
44EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
52UproarNormalSpecial90100%10
60Dragon RushDragonPhysical10075%10
68BoomburstNormalSpecial140100%10

10. Garchomp

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#445
GenerationIV
TypesDragon, Ground
AbilitiesSand Veil: Boosts the Pokémon’s evasiveness in a sandstorm.
Rough Skin: This Pokémon inflicts damage with its rough skin to the attacker on contact.
Sand Force: Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm.
WeaknessesIce, Dragon, Fairy

Garchomp lives in mountains of volcanic origin to keep warm. This Pokémon is capable of flying faster than sound, reaching even a jet plane. In fact, when it unfolds its body and wings, it looks a lot like one of these planes. Garchomp soars through the air at supersonic speeds in search of prey and does not hesitate to engage in aerial combat with a Salamence to keep them.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
1Dual ChopDragonPhysical4090%15
1Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Sand AttackGroundStatus100%15
1Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
Evo.CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
18BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
27BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
34SlashNormalPhysical70100%20
42Dragon ClawDragonPhysical80100%15
52DigGroundPhysical80100%10
62SandstormRockStatus—%10
72Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
82Dragon RushDragonPhysical10075%10

9. Golurk

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#623
GenerationV
TypesGround, Ghost
AbilitiesIron Fist: Powers up punching moves.
Klutz: The Pokémon can’t use any held items.
No Guard: The Pokémon employs no-guard tactics to ensure incoming and outgoing attacks always land.
WeaknessesGhost, Water, Ice, Grass, Dark

Golurk is based on both a golem and a robot or automaton. Specifically, it is based on the mythological Golem of Prague, a being created with materials such as mud and clay that was brought to life with alchemy and whose task was to obey anyone who put a piece of paper in its mouth with instructions. A seal was placed on his chest to prevent his life energy from escaping. He may also have some inspiration from Talos, the metal giant who guarded the island of Crete in Greek mythology.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1High HorsepowerGroundPhysical9595%10
1Focus PunchFightingPhysical150100%20
1Mud-SlapGroundSpecial20100%10
1AstonishGhostPhysical30100%15
1Defense CurlNormalStatus—%40
1PoundNormalPhysical40100%35
12Shadow PunchGhostPhysical60—%20
16CurseGhostStatus—%10
20Night ShadeGhostSpecial100%15
24Stomping TantrumGroundPhysical75100%10
28Iron DefenseSteelStatus—%15
32Mega PunchNormalPhysical8085%20
36Shadow BallGhostSpecial80100%15
40Heavy SlamSteelPhysical100%10
46Phantom ForceGhostPhysical90100%10
52Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
58EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
64Dynamic PunchFightingPhysical10050%5

8. Excadrill

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#530
GenerationV
TypesGround, Steel
AbilitiesSand Rush: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in a sandstorm.
Sand Force: Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm.
Mold Breaker: Moves can be used on the target regardless of its Abilities.
WeaknessesFighting, Ground, Fire, Water

It has the appearance of a large mole. On its head it has a huge horn or crest tilted slightly forward that it uses to join it with its claws and become its drill form, with which it digs tunnels. He also has huge claws that are very dangerous for any enemy. Drilbur’s blue stripes turn red as it evolves. By enduring high pressure underground, his claws and part of his body become harder and thus change, and it is said that he becomes pure steel, just like Onix’s body when he evolves into Steelix.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Horn DrillNormalPhysical30%5
1Mud-SlapGroundSpecial20100%10
1Rapid SpinNormalPhysical50100%40
1ScratchNormalPhysical40100%35
1Hone ClawsDarkStatus—%15
Evo.Horn DrillNormalPhysical30%5
12Fury SwipesNormalPhysical1880%15
16Metal ClawSteelPhysical5095%35
20SandstormRockStatus—%10
24Crush ClawNormalPhysical7595%10
28Rock SlideRockPhysical7590%10
34DigGroundPhysical80100%10
40Swords DanceNormalStatus—%20
46Drill RunGroundPhysical8095%10
52EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
58FissureGroundPhysical30%5

7. Steelix

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#208
GenerationII
TypesSteel, Ground
AbilitiesRock Head: Protects the Pokémon from recoil damage.
Sturdy: It cannot be knocked out with one hit. One-hit KO moves cannot knock it out, either.
Sheer Force: Removes additional effects to increase the power of moves when attacking.
Sand Force: Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm.
WeaknessesFighting, Ground, Fire, Water

Steelix is a giant snake with a segmented body made up of large masses of roughly spherical steel-alloyed rock, with a hardness greater than that of diamond. It lives in an underground habitat and can be found in caves; It is perfectly adapted to these niches thanks to its excavation capacity and its underground vision. It has an innate tendency to dig towards the center of the earth, reaching, according to geological tests, a depth of 1 km. Its particular method of excavation consists of ingesting the minerals within its reach to move frontally.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
1Thunder FangElectricPhysical6595%15
1Ice FangIcePhysical6595%15
1Fire FangFirePhysical6595%15
1Rock PolishRockStatus—%20
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1HardenNormalStatus—%30
1BindNormalPhysical1585%20
1Rock ThrowRockPhysical5090%15
4Smack DownRockPhysical50100%15
8AutotomizeSteelStatus—%15
12Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
16CurseGhostStatus—%10
20Rock SlideRockPhysical7590%10
24ScreechNormalStatus85%40
28Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
32Stealth RockRockStatus—%20
36SlamNormalPhysical8075%20
40SandstormRockStatus—%10
44DigGroundPhysical80100%10
48Iron TailSteelPhysical10075%15
52Stone EdgeRockPhysical10080%5
56Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
60Magnet RiseElectricStatus—%10

6. Krookodile

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#553
GenerationV
TypesGround, Dark
AbilitiesIntimidate: The Pokémon intimidates opposing Pokémon upon entering battle, lowering their Attack stat.
Moxie: The Pokémon shows moxie, and that boosts the Attack stat after knocking out any Pokémon.
Anger Point: The Pokémon is angered when it takes a critical hit, and that maxes its Attack stat.
WeaknessesFighting, Bug, Water, Ice, Grass, Fairy

Krookodile is based on a gharial. He has a kind of mask on his eyes, similar to a mask that gives him a sinister appearance. Krookodile is quite a violent Pokémon and is known as the Terror of the Sands. It attacks everything that moves in front of it with its deadly jaws, which are capable of destroying the body of a car. As soon as he sinks his teeth into his prey, it can no longer escape and Krookodile begins to twist her body to pieces.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Power TripDarkPhysical20100%10
1LeerNormalStatus100%30
1Sand AttackGroundStatus100%15
1Hone ClawsDarkStatus—%15
9Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
12Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
15BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
18TormentDarkStatus100%15
21DigGroundPhysical80100%10
24SwaggerNormalStatus85%15
27CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
32SandstormRockStatus—%10
35Foul PlayDarkPhysical95100%15
44EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
51ThrashNormalPhysical120100%10
58OutrageDragonPhysical120100%10

5. Mamoswine

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#473
GenerationIV
TypesIce, Ground
AbilitiesOblivious: The Pokémon is oblivious, and that keeps it from being infatuated or falling for taunts.
Snow Cloak: Boosts evasiveness in a hailstorm.
Thick Fat: The Pokémon is protected by a layer of thick fat, which halves the damage taken from Fire- and Ice-type moves.
WeaknessesFighting, Steel, Water, Fire, Grass

Mamoswine is based on a woolly mammoth. In this sense, it stands out that instead of a trunk, it has a sensitive nose, probably due to the pig origins of its pre-evolutions. He lived in the wild ice age, and was considered by the men of the time to be a mammoth, resembling a prehistoric drawing of one. Currently all Mamoswine are bred by trainers. Its huge fangs make it a very good Pokémon in battle, but with a fairly slow speed due to its weight, its teeth, its hair and its robustness, although it has a great attack. His ice attacks are just as effective as his ground attacks. Unlike mammoths, Mamoswine appears not to be strictly herbivorous. He feels rivalry towards the Froslass.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Double HitNormalPhysical3590%10
1Ice FangIcePhysical6595%15
1Ancient PowerRockSpecial60100%5
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Mud-SlapGroundSpecial20100%10
1Powder SnowIceSpecial40100%25
1FlailNormalPhysical100%15
Evo.Double HitNormalPhysical3590%10
15Ice ShardIcePhysical40100%30
20MistIceStatus—%30
25EndureNormalStatus—%10
30Icy WindIceSpecial5595%15
37AmnesiaPsychicStatus—%20
44Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
51EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
58BlizzardIceSpecial11070%5
65ThrashNormalPhysical120100%10

4. Hippowdon

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#450
GenerationIV
TypesGround
AbilitiesSand Stream: The Pokémon summons a sandstorm when it enters a battle.
Sand Force: Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm.
WeaknessesWater, Grass, Ice

Hippowdon is a large Pokémon based on a hippopotamus. Its legs are short, its teeth are large and depending on its sex it has a different color, brown or gray. His eyes are red, and sand comes out of his body from the craters on his body, with which he hides. It has a black shell. Since Hippowdon is a desert Pokémon, it can only be found in the desert, between sandstorms. In addition, you can dive into the sand and move through it with great ease.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Ice FangIcePhysical6595%15
1Fire FangFirePhysical6595%15
1Thunder FangElectricPhysical6595%15
1TackleNormalPhysical40100%35
1Sand AttackGroundStatus100%15
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
1YawnNormalStatus—%10
12Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
16DigGroundPhysical80100%10
20CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
24SandstormRockStatus—%10
28Take DownNormalPhysical9085%20
32RoarNormalStatus—%20
38RestPsychicStatus—%10
44EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
50Double-EdgeNormalPhysical120100%15
56FissureGroundPhysical30%5
62Slack OffNormalStatus—%10

3. Landorus

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#645
GenerationV
TypesGround, Flying
AbilitiesSand Force: Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm.
Intimidate: The Pokémon intimidates opposing Pokémon upon entering battle, lowering their Attack stat.
Sheer Force: Removes additional effects to increase the power of moves when attacking.
WeaknessesWater, Ice

Landorus is based on both Inari, the Japanese deity of fertility and agriculture, and a genie. His totem form is based on one of the four sacred beasts in Chinese mythology: the White Tiger (represents the west). The lands that Landorus visits produce great crops, for which he is considered the lord of agriculture. He uses energy that he obtains from the wind and lightning to enrich the soil with nutrients and generate bountiful harvests. This energy is released through his tail. He is the only one capable of stopping Thundurus and Tornadus when they fight, so he could be considered as the mediator of the two.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Sand TombGroundPhysical3585%15
1Rock ThrowRockPhysical5090%15
5LeerNormalStatus100%30
10BlockNormalStatus—%5
15BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
20Rock TombRockPhysical6095%15
25Swords DanceNormalStatus—%20
30ImprisonPsychicStatus—%10
35Rock SlideRockPhysical7590%10
40Earth PowerGroundSpecial90100%10
45ExtrasensoryPsychicSpecial80100%20
50Stone EdgeRockPhysical10080%5
55Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
60SandstormRockStatus—%10
65EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
70OutrageDragonPhysical120100%10
75FissureGroundPhysical30%5

2. Zygarde (Complete)

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#718
GenerationVI
TypesDragon, Ground
AbilitiesPower Construct: Other Cells gather to aid when its HP becomes half or less. Then the Pokémon changes its form to Complete Forme.
WeaknessesIce, Dragon, Fairy

The final form that Zygarde takes when all the cells of the Kalos and Alola regions are gathered. When a threat looms over ecosystems that Zygarde at 50% is unable to address, two of its cores will take up positions on its wings and tail along with all cells in this combat-optimized form to accomplish its mission. It is said that the power of it is greater than even that of the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal. His ability doesn’t change between 10% and 50% forms, retaining grouping as he can’t reach this state otherwise.

Moves

 Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Thousand ArrowsGroundPhysical90100%10
1Thousand WavesGroundPhysical90100%10
1Core EnforcerDragonSpecial100100%10
1BindNormalPhysical1585%20
1BulldozeGroundPhysical60100%20
1Dragon BreathDragonSpecial60100%20
1BiteDarkPhysical60100%25
8HazeIceStatus—%30
16DigGroundPhysical80100%10
24SafeguardNormalStatus—%25
32CrunchDarkPhysical80100%15
40Dragon PulseDragonSpecial85100%10
48Land’s WrathGroundPhysical90100%10
56GlareNormalStatus100%30
64SandstormRockStatus—%10
72CoilPoisonStatus—%20
80EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
88OutrageDragonPhysical120100%10

1. Groudon

30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
30 Best Water- and Ground-type Pokémon: Including Moves, Abilities & Weaknesses
Number#383
GenerationIII
TypesGround / Ground, Fire (Primal)
AbilitiesDrought: Turns the sunlight harsh when the Pokémon enters a battle.
Desolate Land: The Pokémon changes the weather to nullify Water-type attacks.
WeaknessesWater, Grass, Ice, Ground

It is said to have such power that it could destroy an entire island in one blow, or even drag the tectonic plates little by little, causing all the volcanism and seismicity in the world. His special ability, drought, makes the sun’s rays so intense that they evaporate water and nourish the earth. That is why it is said that he was the savior of those who suffered from terrible floods. He can create rivers of lava, volcanoes, cause earthquakes or eruptions of all kinds and intensity with a single punch or fit of rage. Even in his primeval regression, he can create continents just by traversing across an ocean.

Moves

Level  Move  Type  Cat.  Pwr.  Acc.  PP
1Mud ShotGroundSpecial5595%15
1Ancient PowerRockSpecial60100%5
1Lava PlumeFireSpecial80100%15
1Scary FaceNormalStatus100%10
9Earth PowerGroundSpecial90100%10
18Bulk UpFightingStatus—%20
27EarthquakeGroundPhysical100100%10
36Hammer ArmFightingPhysical10090%10
45FissureGroundPhysical30%5
54RestPsychicStatus—%10
63Precipice BladesGroundPhysical12085%10
72Fire BlastFireSpecial11085%5
81Solar BeamGrassSpecial120100%10
90EruptionFireSpecial150100%5

  • Arthur S. Poe has been fascinated by fiction ever since he saw Digimon and read Harry Potter as a child. Since then, he has seen several thousand movies and anime, read several hundred books and comics, and played several hundred games of all genres.