Over the years, countless massive Pokemon have been introduced to the franchise and they’ve always fascinated trainers. Here are the biggest Pokemon ever in different games and series.
In a competitive universe like Pokemon, size is an obvious advantage. Although the type plays a huge role in combat, it wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that a Dragonite will always be more intimidating than a Pikachu.
The Pokemon world has a wide range of dragon Pokemon that are known for their resistance and enormous size. Today, we take a look at some of the biggest Pokemon ever that are a part of prominent anime series or games.
- Biggest Pokemon in the entire franchise
- Biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Go
- Biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus
Biggest Pokemon in the entire franchise
Eternatus is the biggest Pokemon ever. It measures over 65 feet and 7 inches from nose to tail and comfortably holds the title of the tallest and biggest Pokemon ever. Surprisingly, Eternatus has another form called Eternamax which turns it into a 328 feet monster.
To put things into perspective, here are the top ten biggest Pokemon ever:
- Eternatus – 65 feet > Eternamax – 325 feet.
- Wailord – 47 feet
- Alolan Exeggutor – 35 feet
- Mega Rayquaza – 35 feet
- Mega Steelix – 34 feet
- Primal Kyogre – 32 feet
- Celesteela – 30 feet
- Onix – 28 feet
- Wishiwashi – 26 feet
- Giratina – 22 feet
Biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Go
Wailord is the largest Pokemon in Pokemon Go. It easily beats Rayquaza, Onix, and Steelix in terms of size. Having said that, Alolan Exeggutor appears to be much taller in real-life snapshots, gyms, and battles.
This means that statistically Wailord is the biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Go but due to its tremendous neck and height, Alolan Exeggutor is the tallest.
Biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus
Alpha Steelix is the biggest Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. In the latest game in the franchise, the size of Pokemon is evident in the open world. Alpha Steelix measures 29 feet and 7 inches in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
It is certainly amusing to know that a 4-inch Flabébé (smallest Pokemon ever) and a 65 feet Eternatus exist in the same universe. The Pokemon franchise is ever-expanding and we’ll make sure to update this article if something bigger than Eternatus is introduced.
Image Credits: Niantic / The Pokemon Company
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