Best Poison-Type Pokémon in ORAS (And RSE)

This is a complete list of poison-type Pokémon, providing you with a variety of options when considering your team. Be warned, however, that Poison-type Pokémon are not extremely common and you will most likely not have great difficulty in finding them.


Seviper is a Poison-type Pokémon known as the Fang Snake Pokémon. Seviper was introduced in the third generation, its body has venomous fangs, and it’s very territorial. Some players like this Pokémon because of its unique appearance. Its Pokédex number is #188, and its height and weight are 2.7 m (8’10”) and 52.5 kg (115.7 lbs). The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 


Tentacruel is a water type and poison type Pokémon. It’s a jellyfish Pokémon that was introduced in Generation 1.It is 1.6 meters tall and weighs 55 kilograms. Tentacruel has the abilities of a clear body or liquid armor and the catch rate is 60. The base friendship is 50, and its experience yield is 180. Its growth rate is slow. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).


Vileplume is a plant-based Pokémon with Poison-type properties. Its height is 1.2 meters, and it weighs 41 pounds. Vileplume is also known as the Flower Pokémon. Its ability is Chlorophyll and its Electric-type potential is 3. You can find Vileplume in the wild with Poké Balls, at the rate of 45%. Its friendship rating starts at 50. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).


Roserade is a Grass-Poison-type Pokémon, it is known as the Bouquet Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 4. Roserade is 0.9m tall and it  weighs 14.5kg, about average for a Pokémon. Roserade’s abilities are Natural Cure, and Poison Point, and it yields 3 Special Attack when caught in PokéBalls with full health. It has a medium growth rate and its base friendship is 50. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 

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