Pokémon are fascinating creatures who by no means live a utopian world. Every Pokémon has the potential to live side-by-side with a trainer, but in many cases, bizarre Pokémon blur the lines between normality and abnormality. Garbodor is an example of a Pokémon made up of trash. Only the most crazed trainer could love a Garbodor. With a name made up of the words "garbage" and odor," this is one Pokémon you might want to stay clear of.
The following Pokémon are bizarre by nature. Despite their peculiarities, trainers will vehemently stick by them. These are the 10 most bizarre Pokémon in the Pokédex.
Garbodor is a repulsive bizarre Pokémon. Made up of bits of trash, it is capable of spewing poisonous liquid and gas from its hands. It is commonly found living in garbage dumps, making it a peculiar Pokémon.
This Pokémon is comparable to Muk, a Pokémon that consumes toxic waste. Differently, than Muk, Garbodor eats garbage and turns it into poison gases and liquids. Muk is Garbodor's enemy and is said to be stronger than its rival. After the introduction of Grimer and Muk, to the Alolan region, Garbodor sightings have become rarer.
Klefki's Pokédex entry states, "These key collectors threaten any attackers by fiercely jingling their keys at them." Other than keeping a door locked, it's hard to imagine Klefki being useful as a Pokémon. Klefki is a Steel-type and Fairy-type Pokémon that is truly bizarre for being out of place.
Like you may have expected, Klefki is not the most powerful Pokémon, but still knows high-damage moves like Foul Play and Play Rough. It's unknown why it collects keys, but we do know it prefers to wear master keys.
Crustle is strangely bizarre Pokémon with a multi-layered stone with visible strata. How this Pokémon is not crushed by its stone is confounding. Comparable to a crab, Crustle uses a giant rock for its shell instead of a seashell.
It's rare, but you can find Crustle without its shell. It could be pound-for-pound one of the strongest Pokémon in existence. With its shell, Crustle weighs approximately 440.9 lbs (200.0 kg) and is about 3 feet tall (1.0 m).
Think of it as like a super pig. It resembles a piglet in appearance, but that is the only thing a Munna and a piglet have in common. Without growing tired, Munna can float in the air continuously.
It's a bizarre Pokémon with a deceiving appearance. Munna is a Psychic-type Pokémon that eats the dreams of Pokémon and people. It also has the power to remove nightmares, so it has fantastic control over another being's sleep. Munna is said to be related to the Pokémon Drowzee and Hypno.
According to its Pokédex entry, "It absorbs a spirit, which it then burns. By waving the flames on its arms, it puts its foes into a hypnotic trance." It's a creepy and bizarre Pokémon.
A chandelier is meant to hang and produce light. Why this Pokémon doesn't hang and produces light in broad daylight seems counterintuitive. It doesn't burn people, but rather, their souls. This Pokémon would be useful in dark places, but for absorbing spirits and being a nonsensical chandelier, it is bizarre.
Volcanion is a bizarre combination of Fire-type and Water-type; two polar opposite element types. The cannons on its back can spew until it doesn't have water remaining. Volcanion eventually expels all of its water, which is sometimes done in the form of steam.
The steam that Volcanion expels has the power to move mountains. Chances are if you see a Volcanion, it will be one or several centuries old. Volcanion is well-recognized for its Steam Eruption attack.
4 Hoopa Unbound
Although Hoopa is not known to evolve into any other Pokémon, it has alternate forms, the most bizarre of which is the Hoopa Unbound form. Despite having several limbs, most of them aren't appendages. This is because Hoopa Unbound's six arms float in the air. The weirdness of Hoopa Unbound can be explained by the fact it is a Psychic-type and Ghost-type Pokémon.
Ghost and Psychic Pokémon possess supernatural powers that are odd at times. Still, the dramatic shift from its base form into this alternate form is sort of bizarre.
According to the Pokédex entry of Vanillish, "Vanillish, the Icy Snow Pokémon and the evolved form of Vanillite. Vanillish migrated southward long ago during an ice age, and now lives on snow-covered mountains." For a Pokémon modeled after an ice cream cone, it does a heck of a job of looking like a jack-o'-lantern.
Vanillish is, as you might have guessed, and Ice-type Pokémon. Vanillish is a second-stage Pokémon that is part of a three-stage evolutionary chain. It's former evolution, Vanillite, is an ice cream cup, whereas Vanillish is an ice cream cone. Vanillish can internally cool water to freezing temperature and can be in hot environments because of its internal cooling system.
It is perhaps the creepiest Pokémon in existence. This Pokémon wears a cloth resembling a Pikachu, making it seem taboo. Why the creators of Pokémon decided to smear the image of their mascot is unbeknownst to all.
Not only is Mimikyu bizarre in appearance, but its background is as well. It's possible that this dual-type Ghost and Fairy Pokémon uses its sheet as protection from sunlight. Upon seeing a Mimikyu without its cloth, the viewer will become ill and dies soon after during a painful death. It gets revenge on anyone who tries to uncover its identity.
It's a daunting combination of Dragon-type and Dark-type. Guzzlord is recognized as a bizarre Pokémon because of its appearance and mannerisms. As an Ultra-Beast Pokémon, it swallows mountains and buildings without a trace of waste to be found. It's possible that Guzzlord doesn't have droppings, which is a bizarre fact in its own right.
This is one Pokémon you want to stay clear of. According to Guzzlord's Pokédex entry, "Although it's alien to this world and a danger here, it's apparently a common organism in the world where it normally lives."