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The 11 weirdest Pokemon in Existence. Cool!

Updated on August 5, 2016
Yamask
Yamask | Source

11. Yamask

Yamask is a weird Ghost-type Pokemon. He looks like a shadow with large red eyes and a tail holding a mask. The mask is actually his own face from the time he was a human. That's right! Yamask used to be a human and apparently became a shadow pokemon holding it's own face!! How weird is that? And creepy... Imagine floating around carrying your own face for eternity...

Mr. Mime
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10. Mr. Mime

Another scary guy. This Psychic/Fairy-type Pokemon kinda looks like a human. A human clown. A lot of people are afraid of clowns, and I think a lot of people wouldn't like a Mr. Mime in their house. It looks a bit cartoony now, but just imagine how it would look in real life...

Jynx
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9. Jynx

This Pokemon is also human-like. Woman-like to be exact. She looks like a corpulent purple woman with big lips and big... I don't know what the creators were thinking here, but she sure doesn't look like a Pokemon. Imagine if Jynx was real, how weird it would look. And how people would abuse and misuse her..

Probopass
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8. Probopass

Imagine a big rock with a big red nose and a moustache... That's Probopass, a rock/steel-type Pokemon. Again we can ask the question "What were they thinking?". But we'll probably never find out what they were thinking. Maybe the creators looked at their boss and saw his big and manly moustache, and they thought "Let's create a Pokemon with that awesome characteristic!" Now we didn't even talk about the three mini-noses it carries around on its sides and back... And the fact that 50% of Probopasses are female...


Drifloon
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7. Drifloon

Yup that's a balloon. Drifloon is Ghost/Flying-type Pokemon that is nothing more than a floating balloon. If we give it some time, every object around us will be a Pokemon. We'll have a bed Pokemon, and a chair Pokemon, a toilet Pokemon and so on. It was difficult coming up with objects that didn't get "Pokemonized" yet.

A rather scary fact about Drifloon is that it seems to kidnap children. When children mistake it for a balloon the child is taken away never to be found again.

Garbodor
Garbodor | Source

6. Garbodor

Garbodor is a Poison-type Pokemon that's literally made from garbage and trash. The Pokedex calls it a "Trash heap Pokemon". If you thought Muk was bad, then this is it's even weirder brother.

Garbodor prefers to live in garbage dumps (who would've guessed), and it can inhale garbage so it becomes part of it's body.

Chandelure
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5. Chandelure

Chandelure is a Ghost/Fire-type Pokemon. And again it is just an everyday object turned into a Pokemon. A flying chandelier that spews fire.

I'm starting to wonder if these Pokemon might actually be very different. Maybe they just take a shape that is recognizable for humans. What do you think? Leave a comment in the comment section with your opinion about this!

Rotom
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4. Rotom

Rotom is an Electric/Ghost-type Pokemon. This one is a bit weirder then the everyday object Pokemons. Cause Rotom isn't the everyday object, but he possesses it. He can Posses a microwave oven, a washing machine, a refrigerator, an electric fan and a lawnmower. And replaced his second type respectively by fire, water, ice, flying and grass.

In the upcoming game "Pokemon sun and moon" it can also possess a Pokedex and become a "Rotom Pokedex".

Klink
Klink | Source

3. Klink

Klink starts of our top 3 of weirdest Pokemon. The name alone is weird. Klink. That's not even a name, that's a sound... It's a steel type and looks like two spinning gears with weird faces.

It gets better though. It evolves into Klang, and Klang evolves into Klinklang. And they are all just spinning gears. They must've had a lot of inspiration.

Vanillish
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2. Vanillish

If you were planning to eat that pot of Ben & Jerry's tonight. STOP RIGHT THERE! You might kill a Pokemon in the Process. If you take a scoop and you suddenly see blood pouring out you know there's something seriously wrong. Cause this Ice-type Pokemon looks like Ice cream. Well he doesn't exactly look like a pot of Ben & Jerry's but cold nonetheless...

Klefki
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1. Klefki

And finally the weirdest Pokemon. One ring to rule them all! (Oops that's from another franchise)

Klefki is literally just a keyring with keys. It's a Steel/Fairy-type Pokemon and it collects keys to hang on it's ring. I can't imagine how strong it must be. What's it gonna do? Jingle his keys? Imagine this guy fighting a Charizard and jingling its keys. What will happen? If you know the answer, fill me in via the comments!

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      salandit fan girl 

      22 months ago

      another creepy thing about yamask is if you put on the mask you will be cursed or something like that ( even tho he is so cute ) . This one is my opinion but why is rotom on this list?

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      Hardeep 

      2 years ago

      JINKX!!!!!!!

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