Magikarp

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Magikarp
Magikarp.png
Magikarp is a pathetic excuse for a Pokémon that is only capable of flopping and splashing. This behavior prompted scientists to undertake research into it.
Names
Name (de)
Karpador
Name (fr)
Magicarpe
Name (jp)
コイキング
Name (ko)
잉어킹
Statistics
Pokédex Number
129
Type
Water
Category
Fish Pokémon
Average Weight
10 kg
Average Height
0.89 m
Evolution
Evolve
400 candy
Egg Distance
2 km
Evolves Into
Gyarados

Magikarp is a

Water

-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

Evolution[edit | edit source]

Magikarp requires 400 Magikarp Candy to evolve to Gyarados.

Magikarp.png Evolves to Gyarados.png
Magikarp Gyarados

Attacks[edit | edit source]

Magikarp will have the basic attack and the special attack. The number for the special attacks shows how many special attacks the pokémon can store during a battle

Basic attacks[edit | edit source]

Type Attack Power DPS Cooldown Energy EPS
Icon Water.png Splash 0 0.00 1.23 s 10 8.13

Special attacks[edit | edit source]

Type Attack Power DPS Cooldown Critical Hit # of Charges
Icon Normal.png Struggle 15 8.85 1.695 s 0% 5

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Magikarp is currently the only pokémon that needs 400 candies to be evolved; you need to catch exactly 101 Magikarp to evolve one into Gyarados.
  • Magikarp is pretty common in areas with a lot of water, but can also be found on land sometimes.
  • Magikarps CP increases by about 10 times when it evolves, so even a weak Magikarp can become a really strong Gyarados.

External links[edit | edit source]