Our Pokemon Legendaries & Mythical Tier List includes all Pokemon from Gen 9 and is ordered from top to bottom of the most popular Pokemon. Your votes determine the order of the tier list in the next update, results update automatically at the start of each month!
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Tier 1Highest Popularity
Tier 2Extremely Popular
Tier 3Middle Ground
Tier 4Least Popular
Want to know more about Pokemon & how our tier list is organised? Read some of our useful guides & information below as well as discover what Pokemon are!
Our Pokémon Tier Lists are ordered on your monthly votes. Each month you will get a set amount of votes (varies depending on the size of the tier list). The tier list updates automatically at the end of each month at UTC 12am. The clock above will adjust to your timezone.
Rank messages will tell you how much a Pokémon/Candidate has moved up or down since the previous month. If 2 Pokémon/Candidates have the same amount of votes, then whichever was higher the previous month will be ranked higher. Your votes will reset each month automatically. If you'd like to see how many votes a particular Pokémon/Candidate received, click the orange vote icon and you'll be able to see individual votes in the popup.
Clicking any of the icons will automatically filter all tier lists to only display the selected. For example if you click the icon, then the tier list will only display Grass Pokémon in order of highest votes. Feel free to use the search bar to quickly search for your favourite Pokémon's position!
Pokémon are creatures that live alongside humans. They have many types, personalities and live in various locations such as grassy plains, caves or the ocean. Trainers who "catch" Pokémon are called Pokémon Trainers, who seek to battle eachother in order to become the best.
The Pokémon video game series is developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo. To date Pokémon games span many Nintendo platforms initially releasing on the Nintendo Gameboy on February 27, 1996 under the name Pocket Monsters Red and Green. To learn more about Pokémon, visit the Official Pokemon Site!
There are 18 Pokemon Types in total. Steel and Dark Types were introduced in Pokémon Silver and Gold (Gen 2) and Fairy Types were introduced in Pokemon X & Y (Gen 6):
Our Pokémon tier lists include Pokémon type filters. You can either click a type icon next to the Pokémon and it will show every Pokémon of that type or use the dropdown next to the searchbar to search for a specific type. You can search by region and name in the same way.
The official website for the Pokémon Franchise. Covers everything Pokémon related such as Pokedex information, Pokémon video games, trading cards, TV/anime information, Pokemon Go and more. For all the latest news on Pokémon.
Serebii is a complete encyclopedia website on everything Pokémon related which has been around since 1999. Serebii specialises in the up to date information on Pokedex Pokémon from every Generation as well as the Pokémon Anime/Cartoons, Attackdex, Pokémon News & more.
Bulbapedia is a full wiki website which anyone can contribute to, covering everything Pokémon related from Pokémon, Pokedex, Anime/TV to Characters & TCG. Bulbapedia is a leading encyclopedia website on Pokémon.
The Pokémon Database catalogs various Pokémon information in clear and easy to digest formats, covering anthing from Pokedex entries to Pokémon sprites. It also covers deeper mechanics such as Pokémon breeding, Movesets and more.
The home of competitive online battling. Pokémon Showdown allows you to choose any Pokémon and form your own team, choose your own stats, items and battle other players online for free.
Smogon University specialises in the art of teaching everything about competitive battling. There are forums and dedicated archives for every Pokémon, how they can be used competitively and the best Pokémon teams to make!