Is there a Ghost water type Pokémon? (What is ghost-water type Pokémon weak to?)

Since I started playing Pokémon games in Generation V, Jellicent has always been and is still the silliest 🤪 Pokémon I have ever encountered in Pokémon craze.

However, the Pokémon is unique with its unique ghost-water type combination, and I always found these combinations interesting because a weakness to Ghost and Dark always sucked 🙃 me up.

My friend had not encountered a Pokémon that was ghost-water type and wondered if it was effective in battles due to its weaknesses to Ghost, dark, electric, and grass.

So, let’s look deeper to find out if there is a ghost-water type Pokémon.

How many ghost-water-type Pokémon are there?


How many ghost-water-type Pokémon are there?
Ghost-water-type Pokémon. Image source: Pinterest

There are three dual types of Water-Ghost Pokémon known in the Pokémon franchise. They include Basculegion, Frillish, and Jellicent.

Basculegion is a Water-Ghost Pokémon that evolved from Basculin and was first introduced in Generation Eight in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Frillish is also a Water Ghost that was first introduced in Generation Five. Frillish evolves to Jellicent at level forty.

Jellicent is the third dual-type Water-Ghost Pokémon first introduced in Generation Five and transformed from Frillish to level 40.

However, Pokémon fans claim that Yacuma is a Water-Ghost Legendary Pokémon based on a moon jellyfish.

Others suggest that Blastoise is also a Water-Ghost from the Sea Sage Pokémon species.

What is a ghost-water type Pokémon weak to?


Ghost-type Pokémon are weak to Ghost 😱 and Dark-type attacks, while Water-type Pokémon are weak to Grass and Electric-type attacks.

Therefore, when you combine Water and Ghost to have a dual-type Ghost-water Pokémon, the Pokémon becomes vulnerable to Ghost, Dark, Grass, and Electric attacks.

The table below shows what each ghost-water type Pokémon is susceptible to.

Ghost-water type Pokémon

Weak to:

Resistant to:

Frillish


Frillish Pokemon GIF - Frillish Pokemon Jellyfish GIFs

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Ghost 2×

Grass 2×

Electric 2×

Dark 2×

Poison

Bug

Steel

Fire

Water

Ice

Jellicent

Jellicent Pokemon GIF - Jellicent Pokemon Jellicents GIFs

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Ghost 2×

Grass 2×

Electric 2×

Dark 2×

Poison

Bug

Steel

Fire

Water

Ice

Basculegion

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Ghost 2×

Grass 2×

Electric 2×

Dark 2×

Poison

Bug

Steel

Fire

Water

Ice

What is the best move set for a ghost-water type Pokémon?


best move set for a ghost-water type Pokémon?
Move set for a ghost-water type Pokémon. Image source: Pinterest

Each Ghost-water type Pokémon has its best moveset 😎. For instance, the best moveset for Jellicent are Hex and Shadow Ball during attacks in Gyms.

Hex and Shadow Ball are the best movesets for PVP battles, and the move combination contains the highest number of DPSs.

The best moveset for Frillish include Bubble and Ice Beam during attacks in Gyms.

Basculegion’s best moveset includes Shadow Ball, which it learns at level twenty-five; Wave Crash, which it learns at level thirty-four; Ice Fang; and Rest, which it knows from the Move Tutor 😀.

The table below shows the best moveset for ghost-water type Pokémon.

Pokémon

 

Best moveset

Accuracy

Jellicent

Offense

Hex

Bubble

Bubble

Hex

Shadow Ball

Shadow Ball

Surf

Surf

100%

99%

91%

90%

 

Defense

Hex

Bubble

Bubble

Shadow Ball

Shadow Ball

Ice Beam

100%

97%

80%

Frillish

Offense

 

Bubble

Bubble

Hex

Bubble

Ice Beam

Ominous Wind

Ice Beam

Night Shade

100%

98%

97%

95%

Defense

Bubble

Hex

Bubble

Hex

Ice Beam

Ice Beam

Ominous Wind

Ominous Wind

100%

94%

91%

91%

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