Horsea #116

Combat Moves

When in battle, touch the screen to attack with combat moves, and the Pokemon will release their attacks as quickly as they can. Attacks that are repeated will fill the bars on their specific meter. When any or all of the bars are full, press and hold the screen for a few seconds to unleash a special move.
Possible Attack Moves
Name Type Damage
Water Gun Water 5
Bubble Water 12
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Bubble Beam Ground 45 2
Dragon Pulse Dragon 90 2
Flash Cannon Steel 100 1
  • Hatches From: 5km egg
  • Evolves Into: Seadra

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Pokemon Horsey – Pokemon 1 Generation, 116 in the Pokedex… He is a water type Pokémon that dwells in the Kanto area. Pokemon Horsea transforms into a seadra after eating 25 sweets.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Horsey

Max BS 1194
Атака 129
Protection 103
Resistance 102

How to find and catch Pokémon Horsey?

Pokémon Horsea may be found near any body of water, including ponds, rivers, oceans, and marshes. You may catch around fountains, pools, and water parks in Horsey.

Pokemon Horsea appears often on the map and will be easy to locate.

 Best moveset for Horsea

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Horsea’s greatest techniques are Bubble and Return. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Bubble 12 dps
  Return Purified 50 dps

Defense 

  Bubble 12 dps
  Dragon Pulse 25 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Water Gun 5 10 12
 Bubble 12 11.7 12
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Flash Cannon 100 -37 37
 Bubble Beam 45 -17.4 28.4
 Dragon Pulse 90 -13.9 25
 Frustration Shadow 10 -16.5 5
 Return Purified 35 -47.1 50

 

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Biology

Horsea is a light blue, piscine Pokémon that looks like a seahorse. It features three spike-like fins on each side of its head, crimson eyes, and a long, tubular mouth. It has a cream-colored ridged belly and a single dorsal fin. It is an expert swimmer that utilizes its dorsal fin to swim in any direction while facing forward. When trapped in a strong river, it has a tightly coiled tail that it may utilize as both a balance and an anchor. It utilizes its tail to play with other members of its species in safer areas.

Horsea eats insects and moss collected from rocks. When Horsea detects danger, it sprays its assailant with water or viscous black ink from its mouth. It can fire more accurately against insects flying above the water’s surface. Horsea nests on coral reefs and islands all over the world in waters with calm currents. Every year, many eggs are deposited, and the young are nurtured by the male Horsea rather than the female. Horsea swims in a whirlpool-like manner, generating whirlpools in the process. It is common for them to compete to see who can generate the largest whirlpool.