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17 Best Fairy Type Pokémon From All Generations (2022)

Fairy type Pokémon have a unique ability that make them a pretty strong Pokémon type, and that ability is its immunity against the Dragon-types!

Dragon-type Pokémon are considered as one of the strongest types in the entire Pokémon universe, but even their attacks have less effect if they ever go up against fairy-types. Moreover, the fairy Pokémon are also resistant to dark-types and psychic-types, two more of the powerful types, among other types.

If their defensive capabilities are what makes them stand out, their offensive capabilities are what makes them the prime choice of every Pokémon trainer. And they are also extremely adorable, which is more than enough reason to pick them over any other Pokémon!

Most of these fairy type Pokémon have really cool designs, they look cute and adorable and they have a magical appeal to them; and considering they are resistant and immune against some pretty strong Pokémon, they are beloved by most.

In this article, we are going to have a look at some of the best fairy Pokémon introduced throughout multiple generations, so let’s not waste any more time and begin!

Best Fairy Type Pokémon in 2022

17. Gardevoir

Gardevoir is a dual Psychic/Fairy type Pokémon that was introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Kirlia at level 30 and is the final form of Ralts. It can also Mega-Evolve using Gardevoirite.

Gardevoir has a combination of white as green colors and at first glance, it looks like it is wearing a long gown. It also has red eyes and curly hair on its head and face. When it transforms into Mega Gardevoir, it becomes completely white, with the exception of its hair that remains green. This Pokémon has powerful psychic abilities and can even alter dimensions and create black holes from thin air. It is not subject to the laws of gravity and will fight to the death to protect its trainer.

  • Type: Psychic/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Ghost, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Psychic

16. Mr. Mime

mr. mime

Mr Mime is a dual-type Psychic/Fairy Pokémon that was first introduced in Generation I. It can evolve from Mime Jr as soon as it gets leveled up in Mimic.

This Pokémon looks like a clown with its round face and red circles on its cheek. It has blue hair that extends from its pale pink skull. This rare Pokémon is born with special pantomime skill and gets better with age. It can make air solid just by causing its fingertips to vibrate. Also, it can make objects out of hand gestures and create ice with its feet. Mr. Mime does not handle criticism or lack of admiration well, as he violently slaps anyone that refuses to applaud its skill.

  • Type: Psychic/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Ghost, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Psychic

15. Alcremie

Alcremie is a Fairy-type Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VIII. It can evolve from Milcery when its trainer strikes a pose while it’s handling a sweet. This Pokémon, which also has a Gigantamax form, can transform into nine different forms depending on specific variables.

Alcremie is made of whipped cream. On its head, there are two sweets and its overall body feature looks adorable. The flavor and color of this Pokémon depend greatly on the time of the day, and other conditions, while in its Milcery form.

This Pokémon uses its cream to fight its enemies. It throws the cream at them and it either blinds them or makes them lose the desire to fight. When hit, its cream can become impenetrable.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weaknesses: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

14. Mimikyu

Mimikyu is a dual-type Fairy/Ghost Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VII and while it does not evolve, it is known to change the way it looks when attacked.

Nobody truly knows the real form of this Pokémon since it constantly hides under a Pikachu-themed rag. Seeing his true face is rumored to bring illness and even death to anyone who sees it. To appear friendly, it wears this disguise. However, it still looks nightmarish with its crooked mouth and hollow eyes. This ghost-type Pokémon carries a small stick and prefers to avoid attacks and conserve its disguise.

  • Type: Ghost/Fairy
  • Weakness: Ghost, Steel
  • Immunity: Normal, Fighting, Dragon
  • Resistance: Bug

13. Togekiss

Togekiss is a dual-type Fairy/Flying Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV and it evolves from Togetic when exposed to a Shiny Stone. It is the final form of Togepi.

Togekiss is a cute, snow-white avian Pokémon. It has midi parts with feet that are so close, they look conjoined. All over its body, there are red and blue markings. It also has a short tail and spikes over its head. These flying-type Pokémon are very calm and non-violent and it is impossible to find them in hostile or war-like situations. They portray goodness and bring blessings to all they encounter.

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

12. Grimmsnarl

Grimmsnarl is a dual-type Fairy/Dark Pokémon that was first seen in Generation VIII. It evolves from Morgrem at level 42 and is the final form of Impidimp.

Grimmsnarl is a hairy, green humanoid Pokémon. It has a dark-blue body and is bald on its abdomen and feet. It’s also got a blue tongue, six teeth, and a glistening red iris. Although the dark-type Pokémon has a dense musculature, it’s small. This is because its thick fur creates an illusion of mass. His fur/hair is its source of strength and it can be used to wrap its enemies. Grimmsnarl are the only Pokémon capable of a move known as False Surrender.

  • Type: Fairy/Dark
  • Weakness: Poison, Fairy, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon, Psychic
  • Resistance: Ghost, Dark

11. Florges

florges

Florges is a Fairy type Pokémon that was first introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Floette when it comes in contact with a Shiny Stone. It is the final form of Flabébé.

Florges is sprinkled green and white across its upper and lower body. Also, it has a pointed, upturned nose and dark, plant-like eyes. This female-only Pokémon has the form of the mermaid in its lower body and can live for a very long time. Florges devote themselves to the preservation of plant life in gardens. They also live among flowers and wield magical powers over the green.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

10. Clefable

Clefable is one of the best Fairy type Pokémon that was first introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Clefairy when it comes in contact with a Moon Stone. It is the final form of Cleffa.

Clefable is mostly pink and is shaped like a star. Its petit frame includes dark-brown and black tips and facial wrinkles. It also has a fur of locks and a curled pig-like tail. This Pokémon is barely visible and particularly shy. Also, it has keen ears that can sense a pin drop from miles away. It lives a life of solitude in the mountains.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

9. Mawile

Mawile is a dual-type Fairy/Steel Pokémon that was first seen in Generation III. While it’s not known to evolve, it can Mega Evolve using the Mawilite.

Mawile is a bipedal Pokémon who cubits are made up of three fingers and it’s also got two toes. It has red eyes and an unusual physical arrangement. Unlike most Pokémon, Mawile’s mouth is behind its head and its legs are coated protectively. It attacks with its fiery teeth which can chomp through steel with ease. Although this steel-type Pokémon is small and unable to taste food, it’s a vicious rival in battle.

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

8. Hatterene

Hatterene is a dual Psychic/Fairy type Pokémon and it made its debut in Generation VIII. It evolves from Hattrem at level 42 and is the final form of Hatenna. It also has a Gigantamax form.

Hatterene is a human-like Pokémon and it is menacing and has a witch-like countenance. It also wears extremely long hair that is similar to a pointed hat. On its narrow body, it has pink markings, a translucent dress, and black and white for its eyes. To get around, this Pokémon has to float and can sometimes teleport between locations. Because it is Psychic, it can tell if other creatures are hostile or not. If they are, it attacks with lightning glares.

  • Type: Psychic/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Ghost, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Psychic

7. Primarina

primarina

Primarina is a dual Water/Fairy type Pokémon which was first seen in Generation VI. It evolves from Brionne at level 34 and is the final form of Popplio.

This Pokémon looks like a mermaid and a sea lion and just like the sea lion, it has a snout and long, fish-like tail. Primarina also has glistening blue eyes and snow-white lashes. Its colors are white, blue, and pink. Also, its long blue hair is often wrapped in a ponytail, except when it executes certain special battle moves. Its main sources of weaponry are its charming voice and powerful water balloons.

  • Type: Water/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Grass, Electric
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark

6. Magearna

magearna

Magearna is a dual Steel/Fairy-type Pokémon which was first seen in Generation VI. Although it does not evolve, it has a second form which is known as Original Color Magearna.

This bipedal Pokémon is partitioned into three spheres. On its head, you’ll find gear with seven teeth. Other than its metallic frame, it looks like a rabbit because of its ears. This mythical Pokémon appears to adorn a ball gown that rests on its body, and it has pointed legs and hands. It can master the Fleur Cannon move, a feat no other Pokémon can replicate. It can also heal injuries and sense the emotions of other Pokémon.

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

5. Diancie

diancie

The Diancie is a dual-type Fairy/Rock Pokémon. It was first introduced in Generation VI and is capable of Mega-Evolving using Diancite.

Diancie is a semi-humanoid Pokémon whose rocky physical features are burnished to look like a diamond. It is conical in its lower body and covered a snow-white fur on its upper body. Its eyes are glistening purple and red. Also visible, is a small golden object that’s lodged into the back of its head. As Mega Diancie, it transforms into royal garb with a ball gown. This rock-type Pokémon can create diamonds on the fly by compressing the carbon in the air.

  • Type: Rock/Fairy
  • Weakness: Ground, Steel, Water, Grass
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Flying, Bug, Fire, Dark

4. Sylveon

Sylveon is Fairy type Pokémon which was first introduced in Generation VI. It can evolve from Eevee if it knows a fairy-type move and has two levels of Affection or high friendship.

Sylveon is a four-legged Pokémon who is a mix of beautiful and blue hues which color its feet, ears, and tails. It also has long ears and two tufts of fur on its head. It has large eyes and a really small nose. Although the Pokémon is endowed with a soothing aura, it can create incisive distractions with the aid of its feelers by weakening its rivals’ will to fight.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

3. Tapu Fini

tapu fini

Tapu Fini is a dual-type Fairy/Water Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VI and it is not known to evolve to or from any Pokémon.

Tapu Fini is a fish-like Pokémon that has a black body, blue eyes, and white eyelids. It’s also marked by beautiful shapes that adorn its chest and forehead. It has fin-like markings next to its eyes and purple rings across its arms. Its role is to guard the Poni Island and it does so with its mermaid-like body. In attack, this water-type Pokémon can emit a vapor that causes its enemies to perish.

  • Type: Water/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Grass, Electric
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Fire, Water, Ice, Dark

2. Xerneas

Xerneas is a Fairy-type Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VI and it is not known to evolve. It is a member of the Aura Trio along with Yveltal and Zygarde.

This deer-like Pokémon is four-legged and is a mix of blue and black coloration and has a V-shaped pattern on its chest. It also has a bushy tail and hoofs too. Unlike many, this Pokémon has peculiar antlers and X-shaped pupils too. Although its color changes from mode to mode, it is black most of the time. Its two modes are active and neutral. Xerneas also morphs features as it switches between its different forms and it also has the power to transmit eternal life.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

1. Zacian

Zacian is a Fairy type Pokémon that was first seen in Generation VIII. It does not evolve but with a Rusty Sword, it activates a second form known as Crowned Sword.

Zacian is a legendary Pokémon that has shades of pink with beautiful braids that run down its body. Also, it has wing-like armor on its body. Originally known as Hero of Many Battles, Zacian has yellow eyes and a pink tail with pink braids and It also has visible scars from its many battles. When this Pokémon sleeps, it transforms into a still projection. In attack, it can destroy its enemies in a single strike.

  • Type: Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Steel
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Bug, Dark

Conclusion

These were some of the best fairy Pokémon that were introduced throughout multiple generations. Some are cute, some are cool and almost all of them have unique abilities and power sets that make them triumph over their opponents. I hope that you agree with all the Pokémon I picked for this list, and if you don’t, use the comments section below to let me know about it!

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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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