The world of Pokémon is huge and diverse. Each region has its own creatures that are occasionally shared with other parts of the planet. And each Pokémon has its own nature, skills, and fighting moves. These are now a thousand and are also used in the anime, albeit with a few minor variations.
But of all these movements, which one is the strongest? Let's try creating one Top 5 strongest Pokémon moves.
In fifth place stands Ondaboato. A technique that, as the name suggests, is based on sound and therefore also on hearing. It is usable with very few Pokémon, and many of them have to do with sound. The technique is so powerful that it hits everyone in a certain area without distinguishing between friends and foes.
Fourth is the move of the legendary Rayquaza. The one who manages to calm wild and powerful beasts like Groudon and Kyogre has a unique flying technique: Rise of the dragon. An extraordinary amount of damage that shows the power of heaven.
Instead, on the third step of the podium, we find a water technique with special effects. Introduced in the fifth generation there Hydroblasted. Although like many others it is a "simple" water jet, it has some properties that set it apart from others: First, it can be obtained from any water Pokémon and other different species such as Emboar, and there is also a high percentage of burn possibilities Enemy causing further damage.
We return to the realm of legends with an exclusive parade from Xerneas. The sixth generation Pokémon takes second place GeocontrolA technique that is not objectionable but allows the user to expand their statistics significantly. Perfect for preparation in combination with a devastating attack.
To get the gold medal there is explosion, a normal guy who has been around since the first generation. It is one of the most devastating offensive techniques ever introduced in the brand and is obviously known for harming both the enemy and itself.
Now that Ash and Go begins the sword and shield bow in the Pokémon anime, we'll see new techniques in the anime too. And a lot of them could be mind-boggling, especially in the hands of future Legendary Pokémon from Pokémon: Explorations.