⬅ #128 Tauros#130 Gyarados ➡
Pokedex Entry #129: Magikarp is a Water Type Pokemon. It evolves into Gyarados.
Magikarp is a pathetic excuse for a Pokémon that is only capable of flopping and splashing. This behavior prompted scientists to undertake research into it.
Species:Fish Pokémon
Height:2′11″ (0.89m)
Weight:22 lbs (10.0 kg)
Magikarp Base StatsMagikarp Stat Rankings
Stamina:40Stamina:# 248
Attack:29Attack:# 250
Defense:102Defense:# 194
Max CP:220CP:# 251
Overall:# 248
Magikarp Moves
Magikarp Fast Moves:Magikarp Charge Moves:
Cooldown:1.73 secCooldown:2.2 sec
w/ STAB:0.0w/ STAB:15.9
Ideal Moveset for Magikarp:
Category:Fast Charge
DPS (w/ STAB):0.015.9
Rank (w/ STAB):#115#225
Overall Rank:#349#231
*Magikarp Legacy Moves
Legacy Fast Moves:Legacy Charge Moves:
w/ STAB:w/ STAB:
*Magikarp acquired before update may have a Legacy Move listed above. However, Legacy moves are no longer obtainable.
Magikarp Locations
2.0 km Egg
Water Offensive Type Effectiveness
Water Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XWater Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Water Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Water Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Water Pokemon:
Magikarp Evolution
Magikarp Evolves FromMagikarpEvolves Into
-Candy Required for Evolution
⬅ #128 Tauros#130 Gyarados ➡
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Pickle said...

If magicarp locations are still TBD at this point, I don't think we're doing a very good job

Unknown said...

Fast: Splash
Charge: Struggle

Found it by a public pool in a fancy community with lots of ponds. lol

Anonymous said...

I live near the beach and have several

Unknown said...

There are a ton of them in Waikiki, got 450 in 2 days

Anonymous said...

I work by the river and find them all the time...and Tentacools and Psyducks.

Merennulli said...

I'm finding them along creeks and rivers, as well as randomly in the middle of town (the map seems to put imaginary "ponds" in odd spots, including my driveway and major downtown buildings). Strangely enough, they show up more along tributaries than major rivers. The main creek that winds through town has several spawn points that are very active (5-10 spawns an hour within one small park, plus a dratini every few hours), while the river access itself gets 2 spawns an hour on a good day, and absolutely nothing at all spawns on the nature trail along the river without incense (which isn't location specific).

Side note: I'm getting damage using splash in battle, so it's not 0 DPS. It took 6 Magikarp (yes, I was bored and made a team of "strong" Magikarp in the 133-139cp range), but I did 20HP damage with the team.

Chevychic said...

Why does it take so many candies to evolve

Unknown said...

Because Gyarados is BOSS!!!

Unknown said...

oml that pokedex entry.
"Magikarp is a pathetic excuse for a Pokémon that is only capable of flopping and splashing."

Anonymous said...

Splash -> Rank (w/ STAB): #81. Sounds legit.

Anonymous said...

Why does it say in the moves list that it can learn spark?

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