Magikarp #129


200px Magikarp Jump Pattern 30 Magikarp #129

The Magikarp variation called as “Blue Raindrops”

Magikarp is a water Pokémon with enormous, reddish-orange scales. It has pink lips and huge, vacuous eyes. It has white pectoral and tail fins. A stiff, three-peaked yellow fin, like a crown, protrudes from its back; a similar fin protrudes from its underbelly. It has lengthy barbels as well. Female barbels are white, whereas male barbels are pale-yellow. A long-living Magikarp may use its enormous splashing strength to jump high enough to ascend mountains. It also possesses a robust immune system that allows it to live in the most contaminated of environments. However, Trainers often neglect it because to its supposed weakness: even in the midst of battle, it will do nothing except flop about. Scientists are interested in this species since its predecessors are thought to be far stronger than present Magikarp.

Magikarp may be found in a variety of bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and ponds. However, because of its poor swimming skills, it normally lives downstream of the flow of water. Splash was Generation I’s hallmark move. It is often spotted utilizing Splash to jump out of the water, making it an easy prey for predators like Pidgeotto and Pidgeet. Frillish has also been seen preying on Magikarp.

There are at least 31 different pattern types of Magikarp in Hoppy Town, with scales in gray, black, white, purple, pink, violet, apricot, and brown. These patterns may be grouped into categories based on how the Magikarp appears while it is little; a distinct pattern emerges as it becomes larger. The types of patterns that can be caught are determined by the kind of Old Rod; the better the rod, the more groups of patterns that can be fished. People in Hoppy Town train their Magikarp to jump the highest in order to compete for rewards in a series of Leagues.


Best moveset for Magikarp

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Magikarp’s greatest moves are Splash and Struggle. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.


  Splash dps
  Struggle 15.9 dps


  Splash dps
  Struggle 15.9 dps


 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Splash 0 11.6 0
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Struggle 35 0 15.9
 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.

Pokemon Magikarp – A first-generation pokemon that ranks 129 in the Pokedex. It is an aquatic creature that dwells in the Kanto area. Pokemon Magikarp transforms into Pokemon Gyarados after consuming 400 sweets.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokémon Magikarp

Max BS 310
Атака 29
Protection 85
Resistance 85

How to find and catch Pokémon Magikarp?

Pokémon Magikarp may be found near any body of water, including the shores of ponds, rivers, and oceans, as well as near marshes. In the city, look for him in fountains, pools, and water parks.

Pokemon Magikarp exists often in nature and is not difficult to capture.

Pokemon Magikarp is one of several catchable Pokemon in Pokemon GO.
Magikarp have a slight possibility of becoming shiny beginning with the Water Festival Event in March 2017. If you develop a shiny Magikarp into a Gyarados, it will retain its luster.

#129 Magikarp Info

Type Candy Needed to Evolve
       Water                     400 Magikarp Candy

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
Splash Water 0
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Struggle Normal 35 2
  • Hatches From: Used to hatch from 2km egg, doesn’t hatch anymore.
  • Evolves Into: Gyarados

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