The Best Pokémon Of White And Black 2


Pokémon Black and White introduced gamers to some fifth generation of Pokémon, bringing the whole number of pocket creatures to just under a billion. With numerous Pokémon accessible, just what is a trainer supposed to know which ones would be the best? Simple: I am going to tell you which ones would be the ideal. So grab a pencil and some paper — you’re likely to want to take notes.

I am obviously a Pokémon expert, as evident by my magnificent analysis of some of the new Pokémon in the original Black and White. However, since I have yet to play Version 2, I requested my fellow editor Kyle to provide me his selections of the best Generation V Pokémon, so that I might provide my professional assessment of them for your edification. But it didn’t take me long to realize that his picks are horrible, so after analyzing his pitiful lineup, I’m also providing what are the real best Gen V Pokémon. Allow the learning begin!


Kyle explained Tepig was his starter Pokémon, so I am guessing he believes Pignite is amazing due to his own silly, sentimental attachment. There are two problems with this. To begin with, Oshawott is obviously the best beginning Pokémon from B&W (although Tepig remains better than that snooty jerkbag Snivy). Second, why would he pick Pignite and not Emboar? He probably wasn’t great enough to evolve his own Pignite into its final form. Regardless, Pignite remains fairly great.

I already made fun of Watchog in my preceding analysis — especially, I questioned how great of a watch Watchog could be when he got captured by a trainer in the first about it from Our Articles Especially Kyle! Watchog does look unbelievably pissed off, though, so he could probably bully weenie Pokémon like Deerling.

I’m seriously starting to wonder Kyle’s Pokémon-choosing skills. Herdier isn’t a Pokémon. He’s a Scottish Terrier. Guess what happens in the event you try and make a couple of Scottish Terriers fight each other? I am calling the ASPCA, Kyle!
Official Pokémon Rating: N/A
Official Dog Rating: two


Tirtouga ends up being easier than most of Kyle’s options, but I must question: Why do we need another turtle Pokémon once we’ve already obtained Squirtle? I get that Tirtouga is a Water/Rock hybrid Pokémon, but it still looks like he is horning in on Squirtle’s game, and Squirtle is up O.G. — I wouldn’t mess with him.
Official Pokémon Rating: 6 (Squirtle’s Official Pokémon Rating: 10)


Kyle obviously did not read my past Pokémon analysis, because Musharna is yet another disturbing choice that I already took to action. Here is what I mentioned before:

“My God, that Pokémon remains a fetus! What kind of sicko is going to generate a fetus struggle?”

Clearly we now have the response: Kyle is that type of sicko.
Official Pokémon Rating: 0

Coming Up Next: More poor collections by Kyle…


What’s with Kyle’s obsession with Pokémon that haven’t had a chance to fully shape yet? Solosis remains tacky, for crying out loud. I believe that it’s clear what is happening here: Kyle isn’t very great at Pokémon, so that he picks the weakest monsters he can find in order to get an excuse when he loses. In that way, Solosis is a wonderful choice.

Yamask? Much like Yakiddingme? This Pokémon’s whole character is built across its mask, which it only holds with its own tail. What do Yamasks even do with their own masks? As stated by the Pokédex,”Sometimes they examine it and cry.” That doesn’t seem helpful at all! Yamasks are much worse than their evolved type, Cofagrigus, which all of us know is just a sarcophagus with massive legs and arms.

I’ve zero trouble with this pick.
Official Pokémon Rating: 10


Apparently, Deino thinks he is a member of The Beatles. I never thought I would sort this sentence, yet this dragon should have a haircut. However, a mop-top dragon remains technically a dragon, which he’s got that going for him. Additionally, Deino is a Dark/Dragon hybridvehicle, which is far better than a Rainbow/Dragon hybridvehicle, or Candycorn/Dragon hybrid, or whatever other stupid Pokémon kinds there are. However, Deino can ultimately evolve to Hydreigon, in which stage his front legs become two more heads. That is way cooler than Deino, Kyle.
Official Pokémon Rating: Less Cool Than Hydreigon


Hey, what do you understand? Kyle finally chose a trendy Pokémon! Granted, a blindfolded monkey could have chosen better Pokémon than my fellow editor did, but this selection (almost) makes up for this. Beartic is classified as a Freezing Pokémon, who’s actually made out of ice, and his degree one ability is named Superpower. That’s right, Beartic begins with Superpower.

More than anything else, I am just impressed that Kyle did not select Beartic’s unevolved kind, Cubchoo (that the snot-dripping teddy on the best ).
Official Pokémon Rating: 9

Now that we’ve endured through Kyle’s horrendous selections, let us look at what are actually the ideal Pokémon of Black and White Version 2, as chosen by a professional…

The Actual Greatest Pokémon:


I was not kidding when I said Oshawott was the clear choice for a beginning Pokémon, also Samurott is the main reason . He has a badass hot shell on his mind, the mustache and beard of a wizened master, and as his title implies, he’s part samurai. Oshawott’s goofy seashell (which still kind of looks like a wang for me) even evolves to awesome Shell Armor, and judging from Samurott’s pecs, that Pokémon is now ripped. Need further proof? Samurott’s species is listed as Formidable Pokémon.
Official Pokémon Rating: 10


Simisage is a Thorn Monkey species of Pokémon, and judging by his picture, he clearly knows how to stone. He has got an Elvis-like coif, a barbed tail he attacks his rivals with, and big, humorous monkey ears. He also has an ability called gluttony — just like Kevin Spacey in Seven. Simisage is so cool he’s giving himself that the thumbs-up, which is well deserved.
Official Pokémon Rating: 10 And A Thumbs-Up


I’m pretty certain Gurdurr is the most powerful Pokémon in all Pokéworld. It’s classified as a Muscular Pokémon, it’s a Fighting-type Pokémon, along with its abilities are Guts, Sheer Force, and Iron Fist. Also, it’s holding a steal beam over its head! Look at all of its bulging muscles Gurdurr is so strong it is sort of gross. If you need more proof, the Pokédex describes Gurdurr as follows:

“This Pokémon is really muscle and firmly built that even a bunch of wrestlers could not make it budge an inch.”

Let’s watch your Musharna stand up to that, Kyle.

I didn’t even understand Pokémon wear clothes, but Throh is wearing a gi, and he is a black belt . Like Gurdurr, Throh is also a straight-up Fighting-type Pokémon, and also his species is still Judo Pokémon. Throhs are so powerful they don’t even evolve — that’s correct, not even evolution can enhance them.
Official Pokémon Rating: Better compared Evolution


As I said, I have absolutely no problem with this pick. Minccino is cute!
Official Pokémon Rating: 10

Coming Up : Five Amazing Pokémon…


Here’s another heavy hitter that Kyle totally passed up. Darmanitan is classified as a Blazing Pokémon, which explains why its eyebrows are on fire. Like a fire ape isn’t chilling enough, here is Darmanitan’s Pokédex description:

“Its internal fire burns at 2,500º F, even which makes enough power it may destroy a dump truck with a single punch.”

2,500º F is still the melting point of metal. Steel. Not the Terminator can defy molten steel! Now that is a Pokémon!
Official Pokémon Rating: Stronger Than Arnold Schwarzenegger


If you ever ran into a Galvantula, you could just dismiss it like a semi-creepy bug. It might be the last mistake you ever make; as soon as you turned round, it would take electrical webs out of its fangs to jolt you into submission. Then it might eat you. Don’t think me that Nintendo would approve such a menacing Pokémon? To the Pokédex entrance:

“They employ a electrically charged internet to snare their prey. While it is immobilized by shock, then they leisurely consume it”

Notice, Galvantula does not just consume its own foes — it leisurely absorbs them, as though it is no big thing. Even a Xenomorph would shudder and run away from one of these things.
Official Pokémon Rating: 10


Let us be fair: Golurk is essentially The Iron Giant, from that one movie whose title I can’t recall. It may not be that original, but that does not make Golurk any less badass. Golurk is categorized as an Automaton Pokémon — even for people who don’t understand,”Automaton” is Latin for”Giant robot that destroys everything in its path.” Its Pokédex entrance makes it seem cooler:

“It flies across the sky at Mach speeds. Taking away the seal on its torso makes its inner energy head out of hands ”

So basically Golurk is a giant bomb which travels faster than the speed of the sound. What of Kyle’s Pokémon Would like to go up against this?
Official Pokémon Rating: Supersonic Robot Bomb


This robot bug might not seem as scary as some of the other Pokémon on this list, but he’s got quite the backstory. Genesect is a Paleozoic Pokémon which was initially residing 300 million years ago, as it was”worried since the most powerful of hunters,” in accordance with the Pokédex. Then it had been resurrected by Team Plasma, making it even stronger by adding a cannon to the back. Quick side note: should you ever opt to utilize science to resurrect an ancient being dreaded because of its unparalleled searching skills, don’t give it a cannon.

Predictably, Genesect broke from the laboratory and hasn’t been seen . To make matters worse, its cannon could be outfitted with four distinct drives, endowing it with the forces of four elemental types of ordinary Pokémon.

Nobody knows the story behind Genesect’s title; fans believe it either means”genesis bug” or”genetic bug.” I have my own theory: In Japanese, this frightful monster is really known as Genosect — I’m guessing the actual significance of its title is”genocide bug.”

There is not much to say, besides that Thundurus ain’t screwing around. Thundurus is a renowned Pokémon, and is categorized as a Bolt Strike Pokémon. All of his skills sound great: Uproar, Astonish, Thundershock, Nasty Plot. . .Okay, I don’t understand about that last one, but the others are rather cool.