The 10 best Duck Pokémon of all time, ranked

Featured 10 Best Duck Pokémon All Time Ranked
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Pokémon is an interesting series because of the wide range of different types of creatures that exist in it. One type that’s always been popular is the Water-type, and within it are some fan-favorite Pokémon that happen to be ducks. If you’re wondering what the best duck pokemon are in the series, here is a ranking of the top ten:

10. Ludicolo

Duck Pokémon Ludicolo
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Ludicolo is a Water/Grass-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It is the latest development from Lotad. Ludicolo has a green body with yellow spots. It has a red leaf on its head and a white collar with red and blue stripes. It has two blue eyes, a long beak, and four webbed feet.

Ludicolo’s greatest strength is his typing. Grass/Water is an amazing defensive typing that gives Ludicolo a ton of resilience. It’s only weak against Flying, Bug, and Fire-type attacks. Ludicolo also has access to the powerful STAB move Giga Drain, which allows him to regenerate a ton of health.

9. Magbi

Duck Pokémon Magby
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Magby is a Fire-type, so it’s strong against Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel-types. It is distinguished by its bright red body and single black horn. Magby is also known for being quite stubborn, but when it comes to ducks, that just means they’re determined. This Pokémon can be found near volcanoes.

8. Quaxly

Duck Pokémon Quaxly
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Quaxly is a Water-type Duck-type Pokémon that looks like a blue mallard. It can perform both water and flight moves, making it very versatile in combat. Quaxly also has very high base stats, making it very powerful.

7. Duckling

Duck Pokemon Duck Breast
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Ducklett is a water and flying Pokémon. It looks like a little blue duck with white spots. It has two wing-like appendages on its back and a tuft of feathers on its head. Ducklett is known to be very calm and gentle. However, it can become aggressive if provoked. Ducklett is found in freshwater areas such as ponds and lakes. It feeds on insects that it catches in its beak.

6. Porygon Z

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Porygon-Z is a Normal/Psychic-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It is the final form of Porygon and is also known as the “Virtual Pokemon”. Porygon-Z has a red body with blue stripes down the sides. It has a long neck and a single red eye that appears to be digital in nature. Its beak is short and blunt and it has two small wings on its back.

5. Sirfetch’d

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This Pokémon is a fighting-only type and was introduced in Generation VIII. Sirfetch’d is the last evolution of Farfetch’d and is a very strong Pokémon. It has the Steadfast ability, which increases its speed when hit by an attack.

4. Farfetch’d

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The Farfetch’d is a normal/flying dual-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It is known as the Wild Duck Pokémon. Farfetch’d is a brown bird Pokémon with a white belly. It has a small, black beak and two long feathers on its head.

Despite its humble appearance, Farfetch’d is a surprisingly dangerous Pokémon. It’s incredibly fast and agile, making it difficult to hit. Farfetch’d also has a very powerful beak, which it uses to great effect in combat.

3. Magma

Duck Pokémon Magmar
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Magmar is a Fire-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It is known as the Flame Pokémon. Magmar is a two-legged, humanoid Pokémon with an orange body with black stripes. It has two small wings on its back and has a long tail that ends in a point that curves upwards. Its hands and feet each have three claws and it has two pointed teeth in its upper jaw. Magmar’s most notable feature is the fire that constantly burns at the tips of its two horns. This Pokémon’s fiery strikes sear opponents.

2. Golduck

Duck Pokemon Gold Goose
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Golduck is a Psychic/Water type known for being intelligent and calm. It has a high Special Attack stat, making it good on both offense and defense. Golduck can learn moves like hypnosis and confusion that can help him control his opponents.

1. Duck

Duck Pokémon Psyduck
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Since its debut in Generation I, Psyduck has been a fan-favorite Pokémon. It’s one of the three original water-type starters alongside Squirtle and Bulbasaur, and it’s hard to deny that this little yellow duck is quite adorable. It is the archetype of the mighty Golduck and the only Pokémon that can learn the move to sync.

– This article was updated on January 24, 2023


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