10 worst Pokemon of all time

There are tons of beautifully crafted Pokémon, but in this list, we’re looking at the worst.

The world of Pokemon is amazing. An electric rodent? Inspired. A turtle that can use water as an attack? Attractive. A fire salamander? Great. A dinosaur with a plant bulb lodged in its back? Um, okay, maybe it’s not all amazing.

There are at least 100 Pokemon that we think will be incredibly designed and definitely iconic in 2022, but there are plenty of stinky ones too. In this list, we’re only going through ten of the worst Pokemon ever made, and trust us, it can get pretty bad.

Paras

Is Paras the worst Pokemon of all time? It’s wrong to say something so harsh about a creature from the very first – and best – generation of Pokemon, but Paras unfortunately never had anything to like.

It’s an ugly creature, it has terrible stats and is incredibly common… It just sucks. Sorry Paras, you’re useless. This entry may have been influenced by the creature’s annoyance in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, but the point still stands.

bruxism

There’s something about Bruxish that reminds us of your drunk aunt at a family gathering, trying to give you a big peck on the cheek – and nothing you can do will help you escape. Bruxish’s lips, teeth, shape, and even vibe are all fake. They offend me spiritually. We wouldn’t even catch it for Pokédex completion.

woobat

Did anyone like Zubat? Most Gen 1 players certainly didn’t thanks to how often he approached you in a cave. So how did Game Freak decide to outdo this creature? Another bat with a name that sounds almost exactly the same. Unbelievable.

Worse still, Woobat doesn’t even have a cool evolution like Zubat. Crobat looks awesome, but Swoobat? Disgusting, even though he has a heart-shaped nose. Woobat and Swoobat are the worst Bat Pokemon yet.

throbbing toad

We’ve all had tough teenage years, but Palpitoad takes the cake. Palpitoad sits between Tympole and Seismitoad, but while both of those creatures are pretty cool, Palpitoad is… yuck. This creature has legs, but now arms, disgusting growths protruding from its head and a stupid smile that frankly makes us angry.

It looks like a deconstruction of Poliwag, only hideous. No thanks.

swallow

In all honesty, we can at least see what they were trying here. Swalot is a big pile of poison, like Muk, but cute, with catfish-like whiskers. The problem is, it’s not cute, and we can only begin to imagine what it smells like. However, only one notch below the living trash heap that is Garbodor in the Poison Pokémon rankings.

Pidove

This is a dove. We don’t know what else to say, honestly. This is a dove. Like, just a regular pigeon, really, the kind that tries to steal your fries and ice cream while you’re at the park.

In a way, it’s a step back from Pidgey, and we weren’t sure if that was really possible. Sure, you can tell Pidove isn’t an abomination, which is definitely a plus, but if you’re training mystical creatures – some of whom are worshiped as gods – then walking around with a pigeon is going to be a little underwhelming. .

Cryogonal

We can and will laugh at a simple pigeon or a pile of slime entering the Pokédex, but there’s something much worse about a giant snowflake – and we don’t mean that. in the online hyperbolic sense, it’s literally a big ice crystal.

That said, being called Cryogonal is perhaps a much worse insult if you’re feeling sensitive on social media. The snowflakes are, at least, beautiful. Cryogonal is…well, it does exist.

Vanilluxe

It’s an ice cream. Yeah, Cryogonal is competing for the title of worst type of ice. Luckily, it’s at least a deluxe ice cream, with that double ice cream swirl on top. The problem is that it’s very ridiculous.

He even has two silly smiley faces staring at the two scoops of delicious ice cream. It may sound tasty, but there’s something absolutely filthy lurking behind the eyes of this cone. Probably coffee flavor.

Klinklang

Once upon a time, we would have argued that the likes of Voltorb and Magnemite were ridiculous designs. Now we’re leaning towards the “iconic simplicity” angle. Klinklang isn’t simple or iconic, and that’s quite disappointing. Like Magnemite, it’s a bunch of gears with eyes, swirling together.

But these gears do nothing. It’s as useful as a GOOGOL:1 reducer – search online if you want to know exactly how useful it is, but for those feeling lazy: it’s not useful at all, only good to use for example. In this case, it’s an example of a useless Pokemon.

Saw

It’s basically a person. Hitmonchan is a bit strange, no, but Sawk? It’s a guy in a karate outfit. As far as I know, it could be a guy in a suit. And I’m supposed to have this thing on my team? No.

Written by Cian Maher and Dave Aubrey on behalf of GL HF.

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