Along with Fire types and Water types, the Grass type Pokémon are one of the basic elemental types in the Pokémon Universe; however, they are considered the weakest among the three types. Hence, they are usually attached to other Energy and Support cards like that of Poison to enhance their strength.
However, the Water-type can have some of the best moves in the card game, provided you are aware of which card to pick and which one to keep at bay. Follow this guide to get the hang of one of the strongest water-type Pokémon in your collection!
From the Dark Explorers set, Accelgor has an HP of 90. This is a Stage 1 Pokemon. The attack’ Deck and Cover’ are what brought it to our top 5 list. With this attack, you can paralyze and poison your opponent’s Pokémon, all the while sending damage of 50.
Throughout the history of TCG, Accelgor has seen battles with different Pokémon attached to it, such as Mew, Trevenant, and Dusknoir.
Muk, which evolves from Grimer, is a 70 HP Stage 1 Pokémon. It’s Pokémon Power is ‘Toxic Gas.’ It prevents all Pokémon Powers other than Toxic Gases from damaging it unconditionally. It even has an attack of ‘Sludge’ that deals 30 damage to your opponent’s defending Pokémon.
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3. Verizon EX
Verizon EX card is a basic Pokémon with an HP of 170. It has the ability of ‘Verdant Wind,’ which allows any Pokémon of Grass Energy attached with Verizon EX to remain unaffected by any special conditions like poisoning, paralyzing, or falling asleep, making your deck much powerful than before. It has an attack, ‘Emeral Slash,’ that deals 50 damage to the opponent.
2. Golisopod GX
With a massive HP of 210, Golisopod GX is a Stage 1 Grass-type Pokémon. It has an attack known as ‘First Impression,’ which normally deals 30 damage, but if it became active in your turn after being benched, it deals 90 more damage. There is ‘Armor Press’ with 100 damage and ‘Crossing Cut GX’ with 150 damage.
1. Decidueye GX
At number 1, we have Decidueye GX with a towering HP of 240, which came out with the Sun and Moonset. This card is an insanely powerful card with the ability’ Feather Arrow,’ which means you can put two damage counters on any one of your opponent’s Pokémon before your attack. With ‘Razor Leaf’ leading damage of 90, you can use this card in your deck to achieve victory in no time!
All in all, grass attack moves are super effective against Water, Ground, and Rock Pokémon. With defense moves being best from attacks sent by Water, Electric, Grass, and Ground Pokémon, if you know when to make use of them, you can make your way to winning a tournament.
All you have to do is play smart!