Mega Steelix is one of the best dual-type Pokemon. It is Steel/Ground-type pokémon. This pokémon is introduced in Generation two. Also, Mega Steelix is referred to as ‘Iron Snake Pokémon’. The iron-bodied Pokemon, Mega Steelix is really a strong evolution, and its Moveset, Stats, and other features speak well for that purpose, and being a dual-type it has quite an advantage against the number of pokemon types it has a weakness against.
Steelix is a giant, serpentine Pokémon with a silvery-gray body formed of rock-like sections, which can and have chips and scrapes through fights and tunneling.
Steelix and Mega Steelix look similar but with some extra partitions in Mega Steelix. As Mega Steelix, the body increases two times and attains more features. The lower jaw enhances with more heavily armored with a round, curved structure, and the eyes shifts to blue color. Furthermore,a third pair of ridges are seen on its lower jaw, along with two sharp, flat structures possessing of three conjoined projections on every side. The gray, rock-like spikes and its tail point have altered into prism-like crystalline spikes; the sections from which the spikes project are much bigger as well. In-between the head and individual spiked sections are tiny units, now furnished by a black spot with a blue hexagon on all sides. The metallic-looking scrapes, which rotate around its neck are adjusted to their positions according to Steelix movements when fighting. Generally, it is found in mountains and caves.
About Mega Steelix
- National №: 208
- Japanese Name: Haganeil
- Type: STEEL / GROUND
- Height: 10.5 m (34′05″)
- Weight: 740.0 kg (1631.4 lbs)
- Sand Force
- Local №:
- 063 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
- 035 (Diamond/Pearl)
- 035 (Platinum)
- 063 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)
- 072 (Black 2/White 2)
- 054 (X/Y — Coastal Kalos)
- 179 (Sword/Shield)
- Catch rate: 25 (3.3% with PokéBall, full HP)
- Base Friendship: 70 (normal)
- Base Exp.: 214
- Growth Rate: Medium Fast
- Egg Groups: Mineral
- Gender: 50% male, 50% female
- Egg cycles: 25 (6,169–6,425 steps)
Pokémon Changes In Different Generations:
- In Generations 2-4, Steelix has a base experience yield of 196.
Mega Steelix Pokedex Stats
- HP: 75
- Attack: 125
- Defense: 230
- Speed: 30
- Special Attack: 55
- Special Defense: 95
- Total: 610
Moves Learned By Mega Steelix
Moves Learned By Levelling Up
Moves Learned By TM
How To Find Mega Steelix?
- Gold, Silver, Crystal: Evolve Onix
- Ruby, Sapphire: Trade/migrate from another game
- FireRed, LeafGreen: Evolve Onix
- Emerald: Trade/migrate from another game
- Diamond, Pearl: Iron Island, Snowpoint Temple, Victory Road
- Platinum: Iron Island, Victory Road
- HeartGold, SoulSilver: Cliff Cave, Mt. Silver, Olivine City
- Black, White: Evolve Onix
- Black 2, White 2: Twist Mountain, Clay Tunnel, Underground Ruins
- X, Y: Cyllage City
- Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire: Evolve Onix
- Sun, Moon: Trade/migrate from another game
- Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Let’s Go Pikachu, Let’s Go Eevee: Evolve Onix
- Sword, Shield: Evolve Onix
How To Evolve?
- There are currently a total of two Pokemon species in Steelix’s family of its own kind of evolution(besides the mega evolution).
- Onix is the primary and unevolved form in its family of evolution.
- Steelix is evolved from Onix when traded holding a metal coat.
- Mega Steelix is evolved by Mega Evolution from Steelix using Steelixite.
How Much Useful Is My Mega Steelix?
The cells of the body that this pokémon is made off are crystallized by the energy produced from Mega Evolution, are stronger, and can be able to bear any temperature. Even though it moves very slow, its strong body is impermeable to damage and thrashes the foes with fast movements and reflexes. It can dig up to six-tenths of a mile underground which is way more than Onix. Also, this pokémon has the capability to dig even towards the Earth’s core.
Dragon Tail and Earthquake are the best combo moveset of Mega Steelix when attacking Pokémon in Gyms while it has a weakness against Fighting, Fire, Ground, Water-type Pokémon because Steelix deals a total of 160 percent of damage from these types of attacks.
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