12. Hawlucha

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When he flies, I pretend he's dive-bombing me to my destination. (Dylan Sands)

You might think a "luchador bird" would be a pretty silly and worthless Pokemon, but Hawlucha dared to defy preconceptions by being truly cool-looking (and in a way that actually stands out amongst 718 entries, no less) and include one of the top signature moves in all of Pokemon: Flying Press, which is both a Fighting and Flying-type move. Between Bane, Strong Bad, and Hawlucha, luchadors are finally gaining some respect.



11. Zygarde

Toplist Results: The 15 Greatest Generation VI Pokemon

My top 5 ended up being (in ascending order) Aegislash, Xerneas, Tyrantrum, Zygarde and Espurr (Ruari Thomas Blake)

As of now, it is the final Pokemon in the National Pokedex and the lame dad of the Gen 6 legendaries - it's meant to counteract Xerneas and Yveltal's squabbling with its ability, Aura Break, which reverses the effects of Xerneas and Yveltal's abilities. Still, if you have to be a lame dad, might as well be a cool snake-dragon that lives in a cave.

 

 

10. Delphox

Toplist Results: The 15 Greatest Generation VI Pokemon

Delphox is so overhated! It's a freaking Pyromancer Mage Fox! And it's a Fire-Psychic Pokémon! BEST FIRE STARTER EVER! (Julian Fernandez Loyarte)

Delphox doesn't look quite as badass as its fellow starters - Greninja is sleeker, Chesnaught is more intimidating - but let me ask you this: do either of them carry a fire-wand at all times? The answer, of course, is "probably not" (maybe they're just hiding theirs?). But Delphox definitely has a fire-wand, along with an elegant monk's robe-type vibe. Chesnaught's got brawn, Greninja's got agility, but Delphox has the brains. Also: way, way, way too much hair coming out of its ears. Wax that or something, bro.