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Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea

Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea is a Water Type Dragon Pokémon, which makes it weak against Grass, Electric type moves. You can find and catch Horsea in Insular Sea with a 15% chance to appear during Normal Weather weather. The Max IV Stats of Horsea are 30 HP, 40 Attack, 70 SP Attack, 70 Defense, 25 SP Defense, and 60 Speed.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea
Regular
Shiny
Horsea Galar Pokedex ID: ?

List of Horsea Max IV Stats in Pokemon SW SH.

StatAmountBar Graph
Total295
HP30
Attack40
Defense70
Special Attack70
Special Defense25
Speed60

Based on this pokemon's stats we consider the best nature for Horsea to have is Rash, this will increase it's Sp. Atk and decrease it's Sp. Def stats.

Horsea Abilities

Ability Type Effect
Swift SwimNormal
SniperNormal
DampHidden

Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea Evolutions

How do i get Horsea's evolution in Pokemon Sword and Shield?

Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea evolves into Seadra when you reach Level 32. Seadra then evolves into its final evolution Kingdra with a trade holding Dragon Scale.

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Level 32
Seadra
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trade holding Dragon Scale
Kingdra
Pokemon CP Atk Def Sp Atk Sp Def Hp Spd
Horsea
295407070253060
Seadra
440659595455585
Kingdra
540959595957585

Horsea Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Where do i find and how to get Horsea?

A popular spawn location you can find Horsea is in the Insular Sea area with a 15% chance to spawn during Normal weather.

Overworld Spawns (Visible in-game)

Pokemon Location Weather Spawn Lvl
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
11%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
Insular Sea
15%40 - 45
Insular Sea
5%40 - 45
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Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea Raids

Where do i find Horsea Raids?

You can find Horsea raids in the following locations: Loop Lagoon, Workout Sea, Honeycalm Sea.

You can Click/Tap the links below to view where to find Horsea Raid Spawn Locations in Pokemon Sw and Sh.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Horsea Weakness

Horsea is a Water Type pokemon. This will cause it to take More Damage from Grass, Electric Type Moves and will take Less Damage from Steel, Fire, Water, Ice type moves.

Damage Types
4.0x
Damage
2.0x
Damage
Grass
Electric
0.5x
Damage
Steel
Fire
Water
Ice
0.25x
Damage
Immune to Damage

What pokemon is Horsea Weak Against?

Pokemon Type 1 Type 2 CP

What pokemon is Horsea Strong Against?

Pokemon Type 1 Type 2 CP
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Pokemon SW and SH Horsea Moves List

What moves can Horsea learn from TMs, TRs, and Leveling?

Horsea can learn the water type move Rain Dance at level 55. This Status move Makes it rain for 5 turns. Bolded Pow numbers are adjusted for this pokemon's Water type +50% STAB damage.

Horsea Level Up Moves

Lvl Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
1Water GunSpecial6010025
1LeerStatus10030Lowers opponent's Defense.
5SmokescreenStatus10020Lowers opponent's Accuracy.
10TwisterSpecial4010020May cause flinching. Hits Pokémon using Fly/Bounce with double power.
15Focus EnergyStatus30Increases critical hit ratio.
20Dragon BreathSpecial6010020May paralyze opponent.
25Bubble BeamSpecial97.510020May lower opponent's Speed.
30AgilityStatus30Sharply raises user's Speed.
35Laser FocusStatus30User's next attack is guaranteed to result in a critical hit.
40Dragon PulseSpecial8510010
45Hydro PumpSpecial165805
50Dragon DanceStatus20Raises user's Attack and Speed.
55Rain DanceStatus5Makes it rain for 5 turns.

TM Moves Horsea can learn

TM Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
TM21RestStatus10User sleeps for 2 turns, but user is fully healed.
TM24SnoreSpecial5010015Can only be used if asleep. May cause flinching.
TM25ProtectStatus10Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.
TM27Icy WindSpecial559515Lowers opponent's Speed.
TM31AttractStatus10015If opponent is the opposite gender, it's less likely to attack.
TM33Rain DanceStatus5Makes it rain for 5 turns.
TM35HailStatus10Non-Ice types are damaged for 5 turns.
TM36WhirlpoolSpecial52.58515Traps opponent, damaging them for 4-5 turns.
TM39FacadePhysical7010020Power doubles if user is burned, poisoned, or paralyzed.
TM40SwiftSpecial6020Ignores Accuracy and Evasiveness.
TM45DivePhysical12010010Dives underwater on first turn, attacks on second turn.
TM52BouncePhysical85855Springs up on first turn, attacks on second. May paralyze opponent.
TM55BrineSpecial97.510010Power doubles if opponent's HP is less than 50%.
TM76RoundSpecial6010015Power increases if teammates use it in the same turn.

Horsea TR Moves

TR Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
TR03Hydro PumpSpecial165805
TR04SurfSpecial13510015Hits all adjacent Pokémon.
TR05Ice BeamSpecial9010010May freeze opponent.
TR06BlizzardSpecial110705May freeze opponent.
TR12AgilityStatus30Sharply raises user's Speed.
TR13Focus EnergyStatus30Increases critical hit ratio.
TR16WaterfallPhysical12010015May cause flinching.
TR20SubstituteStatus10Uses HP to creates a decoy that takes hits.
TR24OutragePhysical12010010User attacks for 2-3 turns but then becomes confused.
TR26EndureStatus10Always left with at least 1 HP, but may fail if used consecutively.
TR27Sleep TalkStatus10User performs one of its own moves while sleeping.
TR45Muddy WaterSpecial1358510May lower opponent's Accuracy.
TR51Dragon DanceStatus20Raises user's Attack and Speed.
TR62Dragon PulseSpecial8510010
TR70Flash CannonSpecial8010010May lower opponent's Special Defense.
TR84ScaldSpecial12010015May burn opponent.
TR98LiquidationPhysical127.510010The user slams into the target using a full-force blast of water. This may also lower the target's Defense stat.

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