PokéPlace: I cH2Oose You!

Helena L., Staff Cartoonist, Senior Staff Writer

This week’s topic is water Pokémon.

When choosing your starter, a water Pokémon is available, the water starter countering fire. Basically, when referring to water types, they come off as more of the defensive type. In total (all the games), there are 143 water-type Pokémon. This is because there are many types of animals to base water Pokémon on.

Water Pokémon are one of the more common types that can be found. That’s very beneficial for your team! These Pokémon only have two weaknesses: electric and grass. Well, that kinda depends on what type they are. (Remember, Pokémon can have dual types!). 

But the types that they’re super effective against are: fire, rock, and ground. So, because of all the water Pokémon, they’re one of the most common Pokémon. Therefore, they can be found about anywhere where there’s water. Trust me, you’ll probably want one.

At the end of the day, water Pokémon are pretty important. They’ll help you with gyms you’ll need a water type for, or just, you know, a member for your team. Although I’m just saying, you don’t exactly NEED a water type, but it would be nice to have a water Pokémon on your team.


Source: https://www.pokemonpets.com/Vaporeon-Pokemon-Pokedex-134

One of the many water types, and one of my favorites, Vaporeon!

Source: https://www.pokemonpets.com/Vaporeon-Pokemon-Pokedex-134