Top 10 most difficult Pokémon to catch, Updated list June 2023
More than interesting news officially related to the Pokémon world. Do you know the most difficult Pokémon to catch?
It’s been a great deal of time since the first Pokémon designs were. In the different seasons of the anime and the titles we have been able to observe many different Pokémon, but some of them are more difficult to catch than others, so it would be interesting to know which Pokémon would be more difficult to catch.
This fact does not mean that a Pokémon is more useful in combat because it is more difficult to obtain, but it is certainly curious. It should be noted that legendary Pokémon are present at the top, such as Mewtwo or Articuno de Galar.
The 10 most difficult Pokémon to catch in the Pokémon titles
10. Mewtwo in Pokémon Red and Blue:
It is an artificial Pokémon. The 122 KG Pokémon is a bipedal, humanoid Pokémon with some feline features. It is primarily grey with a long, purple tail. On top of its head are two short, blunt horns, and it has purple eyes. A tube extends from the back of its skull to the top of its spine, bypassing its neck. It has a defined chest and shoulders, which resemble a breastplate. The three digits on each hand and foot have spherical tips. Its tail is thick at the base but thins before ending in a small bulb.
9. Suicune in Pokémon Crystal:
It is a slim, quadrupedal, blue, mammalian Pokémon with white, diamond-shaped markings. Its face and underside are white as well. The 187 KG Pokémon has a thick, purple mane that resembles the aurora borealis and two white, streamer-like tails that wave forward. The water type Pokémon has a long, white snout. It has a large, hexagonal, cerulean blue crest on its forehead with two prongs on either side of the base. It has red eyes, a small tuft of fur under its chin, and small paws with white paw pads.
8. Tapu Bulu in Pokémon Sun and Moon:
It is a vaguely bull-like Legendary Pokémon. The 47 KG Pokémon has a bulky, black body with thick arms and no legs. The Generation VII has blue eyes with an orange line across each iris. Under each eye is a red line divided into three segments with a smaller, white line below that. There is a short white line above each eye. In the middle of its face is what appears to be a golden nose similar to a bull’s snout.
7. Gholdengo in Pokémon Scarlet and Purple:
It is a bipedal humanoid Pokémon whose body is composed of 1,000 Gimmighoul Coins stacked together, giving it a golden, cylindrical appearance. The 30 KG Pokémon’s face has oval eyes and a mouth displaying a crooked smile. Its body has skinny arms with large hands and short, stumpy legs with no toes. The Generation IX has three fingers on each hand and four tufts of dreadlock-like “hair”, all made out of coins. Ghost Pokémon wears the strap from a Gimmighoul’s chest as a belt, using it to fasten the chest to its side. The belt buckle has a stylized number of 1,000 on it. Gholdengo is capable of creating a golden surfboard out of coins as a means of movement.
6. Regigigas after having previously captured Regice, Regirock and Registeel:
It is a large, white, golem-like Pokémon. It has large yellow bands on its shoulders and wrists and a yellow sloping section on its chest that appears to be its head. This section contains seven black circular “eyes” arranged in a specific pattern. The pattern is Regigigas’s way of showing its anger; its eyes glow red when it is provoked. The giant 420 KG Pokémon has six spots that are apart from its eyes, which appear to be gemstones. These gemstones seem to represent the original three Legendary Titans, with red gems representing Regirock, blue gems indicating Regice, and silver gems representing Registeel. It has long arms, with three fairly human-like white fingers, and short legs. Its body is covered in black stripes, and it has large bushes of moss growing on its back and feet.
5. Enamorus in Pokémon Legends – Arceus:
In Incarnate Forme, Enamorus is a pink, slim humanoid Pokémon, which resembles a genie. The generation VIII is a female-only species with no male counterpart. On its forehead are four sharp magenta horns. It has white hair tied back, with thick strands shaped like a heart on top of its head, white lips, and two pointed pink ears on either side of its head with a small strand of hair falling in front of them from the temples. The 48 KG Pokémon’s eyes are yellow with beady white irises and no visible pupils. The front of Enamorus’s body is covered in magenta spots, most of them shaped like diamonds, pebbles, and magatamas.
4. Articuno from Galar in The Snows of the Crown from Pokémon Sword and Shield:
It is a large avian Pokémon with predominantly sky blue plumage and wings said to be made of ice. On its forehead is a crest that consists of three, darker blue rhombus-shaped feathers. The 50.9 KG Pokémon has circular red eyes, a short grey beak, and long, thin grey legs. Each foot has three forward-facing toes and one that faces backwards. On its chest is a mass of pale blue, downy feathers. Its long, streamer-like tail is longer than its body and the same shade of blue as its crest.
3. Manaphy in Generation 4, needing a copy of Pokémon Ranger, and in Pokémon Legends:
Arceus: It is a small, blue, aquatic Pokémon with stubby feet and club-like arms that are longer than its body. The water type Pokémon has a red gem on its chest and a yellow dot below the gem. Its onion-shaped head has a pair of long blue antennae, which have small spheres on the ends. Its irises are dark blue with yellow sclerae, and there are two yellow dots of “eyelash” markings extending from the eyes.
2. Deoxys in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire:
The DNA Pokémon debuted in Destiny Deoxys. Two fell to the world in a meteorite; one had a green crystalline organ, and the other had the standard purple one. When the Deoxys with the green crystal (which spent most of its time as a crystal in the movie) was taken to LaRousse City, the purple crystal Deoxys followed behind and began to search for it. As Pokémon Emerald had not been released when the movie was produced, only its Defense, Normal, and Attack Formes appeared.
1. Arceus in Pokémon Legends:
Arceus, since we will have to have completed the PokéDex in its entirety. It is a white equine Pokémon resembling a qilin or centaur with a grey, vertically-striated underside. The striated pattern has similar recurrences on the underside of its mane, tail, and face. The 320 KG Pokémon’s four pointed feet are tipped with gold hooves. Its long mane juts away from its head, and its face is gray, with green eyes and red pupils, and a green circular pattern below its eyes. Arceus also has a streak of gold colouration on its head and ears that point upward. Its neck is fairly long, with two pairs of extrusions to the sides, and a flap-like feature on the neck’s underside that is colored white like much of the body.
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