Best Rock Pokemon

The Top Ten
1 Tyranitar Tyranitar, known in Japan as Bangiras, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Mega Tyranitar, if you think about it, is actually stronger than Arceus. Its insane stats of 700 and its base form's incredible 600 can both be improved by 1.5 in special defense, meaning Tyranitar technically has the highest base stat total.

650 (with Sand Stream)
750 (with Sand Stream)

By far the most powerful of the rock types, including Rock Arceus. Nice try, Arceus, but this Godzilla is too powerful for you and your Zygarde Complete! Best wise, at least.

Awesome Pokémon that I have been raising so far. It can be a mixed attacker if the player wants. However, I'm just going to stick with regular offense.

Great defense being a rock type, making it one of the dream Pokémon that the player wants.

2 Aggron Aggron, known in Japan as Bossgodora, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

A respectable rival of the fearsome beast known as Tyranitar. Mega Aggron is the steel king. Heavy Slam with heavy-weight Aggron, while attaching Metal Coat, leaves opponents flattened.

It's the best. Before its Mega Evolution, it was stronger than many types, but Mega Evolution made him a pure steel type Pokémon. That was worse. It's a beast from Hoenn.

3 Rhyperior Rhyperior, known in Japan as Dosidon, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

I love Rhyperior. He is a really good rock type except against water and grass types, and he also looks sick!

A rock wrecker (like his move) that destroys. Rhyperior can be a great ground type and a great rock type.

The thing is, his attack stats are so high but can easily be OHKO'd with opponents' water moves like Hydro Pump or Surf. But, so far, so good.

4 Aerodactyl Aerodactyl, known in Japan as Ptera, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

I have an Aerodactyl with:
- Fire Blast
- Stone Edge
- Earthquake/Steel Wing/Dragon Claw
- Giga Impact

I would welcome ice, steel, and electric types with open arms. My moves can take care of anything.

A flying, lightning-fast rock. Who would've thought? Well, Aerodactyl is a fierce Pokémon, being able to keep up with the one and only Mega Alakazam, which is impressive.

5 Tyrantrum Tyrantrum, known in Japan as Gachigoras, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

It's the T-Rex fossil Pokémon. It's the king of its time, and it's part dragon type, so it can learn powerful moves like Draco Meteor. It learns great moves, and its pre-evolution Tyrunt is adorable.

Man, this guy should be number one. Great moveset like Ice Fang and Horn Drill. It is the coolest Pokémon ever!

6 Lycanroc Lycanroc (Japanese: ルガルガン Lugarugan) is a Rock-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Rockruff starting at level 25. The form it takes upon evolving depends on the game it was evolved in and the time it was evolved.

Lycanroc (Dusk Form) is ridiculously strong and has a unique design. In my opinion, it has one of the best abilities, Tough Claws. It increases the power of all physical attacks it uses by 30%. Come on!

First of all, Lycanroc is the best at double battles with Leafeon or a grass Pokémon. Lycanroc is quite fast, so you can use Lycanium Z quickly. Accelrock is quite a good move for Lycanroc. It's like Quick Attack.

Have you seen its new dusk form? It should be way higher because it looks awesome and has really strong attacks.

7 Aurorus Aurorus, known in Japan as Amaruruga, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Wow! I never saw something so cool!

8 Gigalith Gigalith is a rock type Pokémon that was introduced in the games Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version. It can have one of three abilities, sand stream, sturdy, or its hidden ability, sand force. If you trade a Boldore, then it will evolve into a Gigalith. Gigalith has a high attack and... read more

Have you seen this monster? Gigalith has the power to blow up an entire mountain. See those spikes on Tyranitar? Those are little mountains. Gigalith can blow Tyranitar into smithereens that are smaller than a quark. If you don't know what a quark is, you don't even deserve to be in the presence of my boy Gigalith!

In comparison, take a look at the god that is Gigalith. See those red crystals covering its body? They're red because they're drenched in the blood of Gigalith's enemies! Even better, if you think a piddly little water-type can take down Gigalith, it can use these crystals to absorb the entire sun and fire the biggest SolarBeam you've ever seen in your puny life! Vote Gigalith now before you regret it.

9 Golem

A very good choice for just about anything except Special Attack, which is pretty convenient because what special attack will Golem use? The only downside is its trade evolution, which I have experienced not obtaining.

A very powerful rock-type Pokémon. In fact, so strong that it was able to take down Nintendo King!

10 Rampardos

This guy would be an elite master force if he had better speed. Thankfully, Rock Polish exists. With Sheer Force and Life Orb, boom, you've got a Pokémon that can really bring a bang. Great with Baton Pass Ninjask or Baton Pass Blaziken with Speed Boost.

A tank and sweeper combined, Rampardos can take as much damage as it can dish out. Get a Rampardos Head Smash, and he'll single-handedly take out a whole party, even if he misses a couple of times.

His Mold Breaker ability lets him hit a ghost with normal moves or a Skarmory/Charizard with Earthquake.

The Contenders
11 Archeops

Although its ability lowers its attack, its total stats are too great to be ignored.

With its great stats, it will defeat the competition easily. With a total of 567, that is almost as good as Regirock. It has good speed, special attack, and attack.

Archeops, aside from Defeatist, is plain amazing. That attack stat.

12 Terrakion Terrakion, known in Japan as the same name, is a Legendary Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.
13 Regirock

The only legendary rock type that is defensive. Use Assault Vest and stall like the wind. Toxic and Iron Defense are good defensive strategies, but Stone Edge and Earthquake are attack options.

This golem is a beast and one of my favorite legends. It will always be.

14 Onix Onix, known in Japan as Iwark, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Onix should be legendary. He has great moves.

15 Probopass Probopass, known in Japan as Dainose, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

He is a strong Pokémon! Why is he so far down?

The most underrated design ever.

16 Kabutops Kabutops, known in Japan as the same name, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Kabutops has blades for arms! How is that not cool!

17 Diancie Diancie, number 719 and the Jewel Pokémon is a mythical Pokémon in the game series Pokémon. It features in its own movie in the Pokémon anime series called "Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction". This Pokémon can also Mega Evolve.
18 Aron Aron, known in Japan as Cokodora, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.
19 Shuckle Shuckle, known in Japan as Tsubotsubo, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Ultimate troll team right here. Shuckle can take anyone on.

20 Armaldo
21 Rockruff Rockruff is a quadrupedal, canine Pokémon. It is primarily light brown with a darker brown muzzle, paws, and ear tips. It has large blue eyes, button ears, a short muzzle with a triangular pink nose, and a short tuft of fur on each cheek... read more
22 Nihilego Nihilego is a dual-type Rock/Poison Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. It is one of the Ultra Beasts and is known by code name UB-01 Symbiont.
23 Larvitar

Evolves into Tyranitar, the most epic Pokémon ever!

24 Lairon

Evolution between Aron and Aggron. Both are decently cool.

Just looks plain cool and has OP attack and defense.

25 Omastar
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