10 Biggest Pokemon of All Time

The biggest pokemon is over 60 feet long! Read below to see which ones make it to the top ten.

Pokemon has been a part of our lives for a full generation, and many adults that grew up watching it now see their own kids following along with the storyline they used to love. Over the years there have been almost 900 Pokemon added to the list, up from a meager 151 in the original series. Naturally, this brings about the question of which ones are the biggest.

10 Biggest Pokemon of All Time

As of January 2021, the latest game released in the Pokemon franchise is Pokemon: Sword & Shield. With this release, we were met with 81 new Pokemon, and some of them ended up changing this leaderboard of a list. Listed below (from smallest to largest), you'll find the top 10 biggest Pokemon, their size, and first appearance in both the game and show!

Number Ten: Wishiwashi School Form

Image of Wishiwashi in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 26'11" / 8.2m
  • Weight: 173.3 lbs. / 78.6 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Sun & Moon Episode #87 - Filling the Light with Darkness!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Sun & Moon

Related: Pokemon Sword and Shield Type Chart - Pro Game Guides

Number Nine: Onix

Image of Onix in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 28'10" / 8.8m
  • Weight: 463.0 lbs. / 210.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Orginal Episode #05 - Showdown in Pewter City!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow

Number Eight: Steelix

Image of Steelix in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 30'02" / 9.2m
  • Weight: 881.8 lbs. / 400.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Original Episode #224 - Nerves of Steelix!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Number Seven: Celesteela

Image of Celesteela in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 30'02" / 9.2m
  • Weight: 948.0 lbs. / 430.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Sun & Moon Episode #69 - Rise and Shine, Starship!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Sun & Moon

Number Six: Primal Kyogre

Image of Primal Kyogre in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 32'02" / 9.8m
  • Weight: 507.1 lbs. / 230.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Ruby & Sapphire Episode #97 - Gaining Groudon
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald

Number Five: Mega Steelix

Image of Steelix in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 34'05" / 10.5m
  • Weight: 1,631.4 lbs. / 740.0 kg
  • First Animea Appearance: Sun & Moon #43 - When Regions Collide!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Sun & Moon

Number Four: Mega Rayquaza

Image of a Mega Rayquaza in the Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 35'05" / 10.8m
  • Weight: 864.2 lbs. / 392.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Pokemon: Destiny Deoxys
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald

Number Three: Alolan Exeggutor

Image of Alanor Exeggutor in the Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 35'09" / 10.9m
  • Weight: 916.2 lbs. / 415.6 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Sun & Moon Episode #20 - Partner Promises!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Sun & Moon

Related: Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendaries List - All Known Legendaries! - Pro Game Guides

Number Two: Wailord

Image of Wailord in Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 47'07" / 14.5m
  • Weight: 877.4 lbs. / 398.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Ruby & Sapphire Episode #34 - Having a Wailord of a Time
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald

Number One: Eternatus

Eternatus from the Pokemon Anime.
Image via: Bulbapedia
  • Height: 65'07" / 20.0m
  • Weight: 2094.4 lbs. / 950.0 kg
  • First Anime Appearance: Journeys Episode #12 - Flash of the Titans!
  • First Game Appearance: Pokemon Sword & Shield

That is one massive Pokemon! Still, that's not even close to how huge the Pokemon franchise has become in our culture. Do you think the next generation will drop new monsters to add to the list?

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  1. you are wrong about wishywashy because that one in the anime was the totem pokemon