The Eternamax version of Eternatus is the strongest Pokemon in the history of the series. It has 1,125 combined base stats, almost double the 600 base stats enjoyed by mythical and pseudo-legendary Pokemon such as Mew and Tyranitar.
The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Eternatus (Eternamax) are:
- Calyrex (Shadow Rider),
- Hoopa (Unbound),
- Kyurem (Black),
- Darmanitan (Galarian Zen).
Even in Eternamax, Arceus has all plates and can switch between Steel and Fairy types to nullify the attacks so Arceus will easily sweep Eternatus even Eternamax. Games: Yes. Because in the games Arceus cannot change type mid battle. So, If it is in Eternamax, there might be a tough battle.
Arceus is, without a doubt, the most powerful Legendary Pokémon. This Normal type Mythical Pokémon is the creator of the universe and thus the closest that the Pokémon world has to a god. When it hatched from its egg, Arceus brought with it time, space, and antimatter in the form of the Creation Trio.
Able to travel through dimensions at will and basically being the embodiment of anti-matter, this Pokémon is without a doubt the second most powerful Legendary Pokémon of all time. There is only one other Pokémon that could be considered more powerful than Giratina, and that's the one who created it.
1) Regieleki. The legendary Regi Pokémon introduced in Sword and Shield's The Crown Tundra DLC is the fastest Pokémon in the entire series with a base speed stat of 200.
1 Arceus - 720
It's perhaps unsurprising that the creator of the Pokemon world also happens to be the most powerful mythical Pokemon based on stats. With 120 across the board, Arceus is a great opening option, though relies a lot on Extreme Speed and Swords Dance to make up for its somewhat lackluster attack power.
Hoopa is a pshychic/ghost type. So, it is weak against ghost or dark types. there are three pokemons (as far as I know) which are both ghost and dark types—Sableye, Mega Sableye and Spiritomb. Hoopa has a low defense stat so it could be easily defeated.
In terms of attack power and Special Defense, Hoopa U has Arceus beat, like a number of other Pokemon. In terms of total base stats, Arceus narrowly beats Hoopa U, by 40 points. In terms of power over space, Hoopa has Arceus beat.
Dialga is a steel dragon type pokemon which can be used defensively and offensively. It has an equal HP equal to Giratina and Palkia. Wherever the battle happens between Dialga and and Palkia. Dialga wins as it it's also able to make a crack in Palkia's crystal.
Lugia is more of a defensive juggernaut. Ho-Oh has more of an attacking prowess when comparing the two. In terms of popularity, both are pretty even, with high profile appearances across games, the anime series, and the movies. In terms of battling, however, Lugia may be the better option.
Ultra Necrozma has a higher stat total than Arceus, but Ultra Necrozma needs two other Pokémon and the light of an entire region to use this form. Taking all of that into account, it would appear that Arceus may be slightly more powerful than Necrozma, though the two Pokémon are clearly a close match for each other.
In terms of the actual game mechanics, Mega Rayquaza is mathematically superior to Arceus, having a base stat total of 780 as opposed to Arceus' 720 BST.
Pokemon Legends: Arceus will not feature Mega Evolutions, as the game does not have the usual Battle System and trainer battles, and mostly focuses on capturing and researching wild Pokemon.
That's because the titular character of Pokemon Legends: Arceus, aka the Pokemon God themself, is far from a benevolent, kind being that cares about their creation. Instead, Arceus is a massive evil jerkward that doesn't care about the world a bit, and provokes the most tragic story a Pokemon game has ever told.
Is Hoopa a Legendary? Hoopa is categorized as a Mythical Pokemon. As a Mythical Pokemon, Hoopa is similar to a Legendary Pokemon, although it is still presented as rarer than Legendary Pokemon since Mythical Pokemon are known for being so rare that people doubt their existence.
3 Ninjask. One of the more surprising entries on this list for some might be Ninjask. Amazingly, this cicada is the second-fastest Pokemon in existence.
On the other end of the spectrum, the world's slowest Pokémon are Shuckles, Munchlax and Pyukumuku, each with a speed stat of 5. Despite having the word 'slow' in its name, Slowpoke is a more speedy pocket monster with a speed stat of 15.