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Water Type Pokémon

Water Type Pokémon are one of the eighteen different Types in Pokémon Go. Water Pokémon are strong against Fire, Ground and Rock Types, but are weak against Electric and Grass.
There are 32 Different Water Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are 18 Pure Single Water Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are 14 Dual Water Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
Water Offensive Type EffectivenessPokémon Types
Super Effective Against:
XNot Very Effective Against:
Water Defensive Type Effectiveness
Not Very Effective Against Water Pokémon:
XSuper Effective Against Water Pokémon:
Water Type Pokémon
#PicNameType 1Type 2
#007
SquirtleWater
#008
WartortleWater
#009
BlastoiseWater
#054
PsyduckWater
#055
GolduckWater
#060
PoliwagWater
#061
PoliwhirlWater
#062
PoliwrathWaterFighting
#072
TentacoolWaterPoison
#073
TentacruelWaterPoison
#079
SlowpokeWaterPsychic
#080
SlowbroWaterPsychic
#086
SeelWater
#087
DewgongWaterIce
#090
ShellderWater
#091
CloysterWaterIce
#098
KrabbyWater
#099
KinglerWater
#116
HorseaWater
#117
SeadraWater
#118
GoldeenWater
#119
SeakingWater
#120
StaryuWater
#121
StarmieWaterPsychic
#129
MagikarpWater
#130
GyaradosWaterFlying
#131
LaprasWaterIce
#134
VaporeonWater
#138
OmanyteRockWater
#139
OmastarRockWater
#140
KabutoRockWater
#141
KabutopsRockWater

3 comments :

Malcolm Pelletier said...

Niantic Labs has stated on multiple occasions that water types appear more frequently near bodies of water. I personally have encountered them near the bay in Cape Cod as well as near streams and ponds in suburban NY. Notably, presumably saltwater pokemon like Shellder and Seel have appeared in the latter, freshwater location, and Poliwag and Poliwhirl (which I would assume to be freshwater) appeared in both locations as well, though there may have been a body of fresh water nearby in cape cod.

Anonymous said...

I am wondering, do they follow the stats of the RBY Pokémon games? Because looking at Vaporeon and Lapras, they do seem to follow the HP stat, thus the 2 said Pokémon having a huge HP pool. So considering they do, does the defense stat play a part in the damage computation? And like in the RBY Pokémon games, is the special-defense stat non-existent?

Ine said...

Buenos Aires is filled with the following water pokémon: Poliwag, Staryu, Goldeen, Horsea, Krabby. Psyducks, Magikarps and Squirtles are also frequent. Tentacool and Slowpoke are less common, but available. Kabuto and Omanyte are rare, but I found both in the middle of the city, too. In Buenos Aires you don't need to be near a water body to find any of the aforementioned pokemon (or sometimes, with some luck, their evolutions). Now, for a lapras, seal, or shellder, you should approach a water body.

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