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19 Best Electric Type Pokémon Of All Time (2022)

Electric type Pokémon enjoy insane popularity, thanks to a certain yellow-colored mouse, but there are other reasons too beside that. These Pokémon are extremely powerful, they are designed really well and they do quite well in most battles. So, it’s worth spending some time finding out which of them are the best and most popular!

What makes these Pokémon so powerful and worth having? For starters, they are really flashy and their attacks work on almost all the other Pokémon types.

Apart from electric, ground, grass or dragon-types – who all have immunity to electric attacks – electric-types are a safe bet in a battle. Plus, most of them are really quick and if you are a fan of flashy attacks, then having an electric-type Pokémon in your kitty is a no-brainer.

In this article, we are going to have a look at some of the best electric Pokémon of all time. And yes, there’s Pikachu in this list too because I just couldn’t avoid adding it to the list. But there are several amazing Pokémon here that you might want to know about! So, let’s get started.

Best Electric Type Pokémon of 2022

19. Vikavolt

vikavolt

Vikavolt is a dual-type Bug/Electric Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Charjabug when leveled up in a special magnetic field or when exposed to a Thunder Stone and is the final form of Grubbin.

Vikavolt is a quadrupedal, bug-like Pokémon with two large extended mandibles that are sharp as a blade. Also, on its back, there are white wings that curve around its torso in a semicircle and two long spikes. It can fly at great heights and avoid obstacles due to its ability. Furthermore, it has the ability to generate electricity which it deploys through its mouth during battle.

  • Type: Bug/Electric
  • Weakness: Rock, Fire
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Fighting, Steel, Grass, Electric

18. Magnezone

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Magnezone is a dual-type Electric/Steel Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV and it evolves from Magneton and is the final form of Magnemite.

Magnezone is a saucer-like steel-type Pokémon that has magnets for hands and three eyes. Its main eye is red and located in front of its face. Atop its head, an antenna-like tail is visible. It relies on its tail to execute successful attacks. Also, its magnets serve as a power core and an anti-gravity mechanism. Because of Magnezone’s unique feature set, it can easily carry humans while floating in the air. It is also incredibly territorial and vicious with intruders.

  • Type: Electric/Steel
  • Weakness: Fighting, Ground, Fire
  • Immunity: Poison
  • Resistance: Normal, Flying, Rock, Bug, Steel, Grass, Electric, Psychic, Ice, Dragon, Fairy

17. Dracozolt

Dracozolt is a dual Dragon/Electric type Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It is one of the Fossil Pokémon and it is not known to evolve.

Dracozolt is a draconian Pokémon that has a disproportionate body frame – with a smaller upper body and a much larger lower body. Its reptilian ancestry gives it a menacing look with a long tongue, small hands, and six-spiked tail. Dracozolt can generate electricity with its tail when threatened or in a battle with rivals.

  • Type: Electric/Dragon
  • Weakness: Ground, Ice, Dragon, Fairy
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Fire, Water, Grass, Electric

16. Galvantula

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Galvantula is a dual-type Electric/Bug Pokémon that was introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Joltik at level 36.

Galvantula is a quadrupedal, hairy Pokémon with upshots of spiky hair on its back, two large eyes, and four dots on its forehead. It can generate electricity by rubbing furry body parts against one another. When hunting, this bug-type Pokémon will electrocute and immobilize its prey before feasting on the remains. Surprisingly, it is non-violent and is not provoked to battle without just cause.

  • Type: Bug/Electric
  • Weakness: Rock, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Fighting, Steel, Grass, Electric

15. Manectric

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Manectric is one of the coolest looking Electric type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation III and it evolves from Electrike at level 26. It can also Mega Evolve using Manectite!

Manectric is a blue, quadrupedal Pokémon. On its back, it has upshots of yellow hair that look like spikes. Also, its tail is bent upwards with some yellow fur on its waist. It has three claws on each of its feet. In attack, Manectric generates electricity using its mane and feeds off lightning and thunderbolts. Without caution, this Pokémon can be very destructive. This is because it generates a tremendous voltage of electrical energy naturally.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

14. Electivire

Electivire is one of the strongest Electric-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Electabuzz when traded while holding an Electirizer and is the final form of Elekid.

Electivire is covered in yellow fur and black stripes. It has red eyes, big hands, and big feet. It has two short antennas and two long tails that have red coverings at the tip. In attack, Electivire generates electricity from its tail and unlike most of its kind, It can also deliver electrically charged punches. When Electivire feels ecstasy, it can generate lightning by beating its chest. To increase electrical output, it is capable of ingesting as much electricity as possible.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

13. Jolteon

Jolteon was first introduced in Generation I and it is one of the many evolutions of Eevee. It evolves from Eevee when exposed to a Thunder Stone.

Jolteon is a yellow-colored electric type Pokémon that appears to be a genetic hybrid of rabbit and dog. It has spiky white hair around its neck and spiky, yellow fur on its waist. It has dark, menacing eyes and a small nose. When it moves, its spiky fur generates electricity which gives off a certain sound. Jolteon’s lung has electric power and can deliver up to 10,000 volts of lightning bolts.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

12. Toxtricity

Toxtricity is a dual-type Electric/Poison Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Toxel at level 30. It achieves one of the two forms, Amped Form and Low Key Form, depending on its Nature. It also has a Gigantamax form!

Toxtricity is a purple and yellow lizard-like Pokémon. It is bipedal, with long arms, and its chest is covered in yellow. It has yellow spikes of hair from its face to the back of its neck. On its head, this poison-type has four horns and has three fingers on its hand. Toxtricity is vicious and will attack without provocation. When it generates electricity, it creates a bass-like sound.

  • Type: Electric/Poison
  • Weakness: Ground, Psychic
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Fighting, Poison, Bug, Steel, Grass, Electric, Fairy

11. Ampharos

Ampharos is a one of the popular electric-type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation II and it evolves from Flaaffy at level 30 and is the final form of Mareep. It can also Mega Evolve using Ampharosite!

Ampharos is a yellowish, bipedal Pokémon. For hands, this Pokémon has flippers. Also, it has dark eyes and a red orb on its forehead and tail. It has two ears that are shaped like cones, with a white underbelly and a single nail on its feet. With the orb on its tail, it can provide light to people all the way from space. The light can also be used to send signals from the ocean.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

10. Luxray

luxray

Luxray was first introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Luxio at level 30 and is the final form of Shinx.

Luxray is a lion-like Pokémon that has a dark long tail that has a star shape at the end of it. Also, it has a combination of red and yellow eyes. Behind its feet, it has blue skin as well as night and X-ray vision. To see through objects, Luxray consumes a lot of energy and so, it often requires a lot of rest to recuperate.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

9. Zapdos

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Zapdos is a powerful dual-type Flying/Electric Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I. It does not evolve and is part of the Legendary Birds of Kanto!

Zapdos is a combination of yellow passion and black determination. It’s a fierce-looking avian with powerful, sharp talons and yellow eyes. It has a very long beak and spiky wings and feathers. Zapdos is often visible during a thunderstorm and gains a lot of power when struck by lightning. It can create jolts of lightning when it flaps its wings during flight.

  • Type: Electric/Flying
  • Weakness: Rock, Ice
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Fighting, Flying, Bug, Steel, Grass

8. Thundurus

Thundurus is a dual-type Flying/Electric type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation V and does not evolve. It forms the Forces of Nature along with Tornadus and Landorus!

Thundurus is a muscular, genie-like flying-type Pokémon that often appears to be floating on a cloud and has a very long tail, with large, spiked balls. On its head, a purple horn is visible. Also, it has a white fierce-looking mustache and glistening yellow eyes. It is destructive and eviscerates entire villages with its storms. Thundurus is hated by many because of its tendency to cause harm.

  • Type: Electric/Flying
  • Weakness: Rock, Ice
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Fighting, Flying, Bug,, Steel, Grass

7. Tapu Koko

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Tapu Koko is a dual-type Electric/Fairy Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VII and it does not evolve to any other Pokémon.

Tapu Koko is a chicken-like Pokémon that has a rooster head with a large crown and huge hands that look like shells. Its lower body is made up of four spines that look like feathers. Tapu Koko is colorful with patches of orange, green, and yellow. To save electrical power, it will often recede into its shell. This fairy-type Pokémon is extremely territorial and will go above and beyond to protect itself and the island where it lives.

  • Type: Electric/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Ground
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Flying, Bug, Electric, Dark

6. Raikou

raikou

Raikou is one of the most powerful Electric type Pokémon. It was introduced back in Generation II and it is not known to have any evolution.

Raikou is a mammalian Pokémon that has tiger-like scars, two long fangs, and a mane that extends to its back. It has a zig-zag, star-tipped tail, and a star-shaped mustache. It is incredibly powerful and can control and fly with the aid of storm clouds. Raikou is paternal and will come to the aid of other electric Pokémon if they are in trouble.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

5. Xurkitree

xurkitree

Xurkitree is one of the Ultra Beasts that was introduced in Generation VII and it is not known to evolve. It is known by its codename UB-03 Lighting!

Xurkitree is extremely tall and made out of electrical cables. It has no face and in place of its head, there is a visible electrical spark. It has cable-like fingers and a tail in the same mold. It has white bands on its shoulder, ankles, and knees. Infact, Xurkitree is a walking electrical conductor. When it runs low, it can recharge itself with latent electrical energy in the soil. Also, It can generate up to one million volts of electricity. Unsurprisingly, it gets nourishment from electricity as well.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electrical

4. Zeraora

zeraora

Zeraora is an Electric-type Pokémon which was introduced in Generation VII. It is a mythical Pokémon and it does not evolve into any other forms.

Zeraora is a yellow-colored Pokémon with large, strong arms and a very long tail. It also has huge legs with three claws. At the side of its face, there are two lightning bolt signs and blue hair on its forehead. To generate electricity, Zeraora relies on external sources and has no natural ability in this area. However, it can complete incredible leaps with its ability to create magnetic fields. Other than its terrific speed, it relies on its charged claws to tear enemies apart during battle.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: Electric
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel

3. Regieleki

Regieleki is one of the most powerful legendary Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VIII. It has a cool design but it does not evolve.

Regieleki is a bulb-like Pokémon that has glowing electric hands and feet. It has dots on its star-shaped head. In attack, it opens its electric arm and its body turns yellow. To stay alive, Regieleki needs to absorb a lot of electrons. Because of this, it possesses a tremendous amount of energy and causes untold damage if provoked. To prevent this outcome, it was insulated by ancient people.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

2. Zekrom

zekrom

Zekrom is a dual-type Electric/Dragon Pokémon that was introduced in Generation V. It is powerful since it is a legendary Pokémon, and so it does not have any other forms it can evolve into!

Zekrom is an armored, militant and black-colored Pokémon with a lighter shade of color coming from its red eyes. It has large feet and arms and on its shoulders, it has two extensions that look like armored wings. On its back, it has a huge tail-like feature that almost resembles a cannon. Often, Zekrom has a lot of energy stored away and gives off lightning bolts as a result. In addition, this dragon-type Pokémon also has a powerful tail that produces electricity and defies gravity.

  • Type: Dragon/Electric
  • Weakness: Ground, Ice, Dragon, Fairy
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Fire, Water, Grass, Electric

1. Pikachu

Pikachu is without a doubt one of the most popular Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Pichu and can evolve into into Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone.

Pikachu is a happy, yellow bipedal electric type Pokémon whose ears have black markings at the tip, red dots on both its cheeks and brown eyes. Its tail is shaped like a lightning bolt, and it has tiny hands and feet. Pikachu uses electricity to send messages to others of its kind. When it sleeps, it recharges itself and generates more energy for its next event. It uses its tail to dispense electricity and can even send shocks of energy to other Pokémon of its kind.

  • Type: Electric
  • Weakness: Ground
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Steel, Electric

Conclusion

These were some of the best Pokémon of the electric type that you are definitely going to love. I hope that you found your favorite Pokémon on this list, but if that wasn’t the case, then make sure to use the comments section to mention your favorite electric Pokémon or to leave your feedback!

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Arbaz Khan

My name's Arbaz Khan, and I am the guy behind SlushTimes.com! Since I spent most of my time watching anime and reading manga, I thought of creating a website where I can talk about things I like. So here we are!

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