Top 10 Scariest Pokemon

Pokemon is short for Pocket Monster, and monsters are exactly what some Pokemon are. Pokemon might seem like it's designated for children, but some of them aren't really age appropriate for the younger players. These Pokemon have either that certain creepy look or that biography that sends chills through your spine. A few of these already creepy Pokemon even receive thoughts and aspects from gamers, which makes them even more terrifying.

So which Pokemon are the scariest? In this article, we'll take a look at our top ten scariest Pokemon. And don't worry, we'll keep the images not too scary (but feel free to look up more on your own). These ranks are based mainly upon the Pokemon's design and their Pokedex entries, along with some personal opinion. You might not agree with these rankings, but that's okay; no two will feel the same way about everything (especially where Pokemon is concerned). If you don't agree, tell us about it. If you do agree, tell us about it. Feel free to express your mind in the comments section below, with however you feel.

Before we begin, I always like to take a look at the Pokemon who didn't make the cut. So here we go:

1) Spoink - Spoink is more of a sad case than a scary one. It has to keep hopping in order to survive. Pretty sad.

2) Cubone - Cubone is another of those sad cases. Yeah it wears its dead mother's skull, and that's a little scary, but it's even more sad.

3) Litwick - Litwick is a Pokemon that will trick people who are lost, and lead them to their doom. Yeah... No joke...

4) Stantler - Stantler can use the orbs in its horns to cause people to see illusions. It's said that they only do this when they feel threatened, but I can't help but think it also uses this to their advantage.

5) Parasect - Parasect is scary to some, and I can see why, but it just seems even more sad. As a Paras, it controls its mushrooms. However, Parasect loses all control to them. That's right... It's an intelligent mushroom that is now controlling a lifeless Paras.

Well, that's enough about the Pokemon who didn't make the cut. Let's get started with the real monsters that will haunt your dreams...

#10 - Mr.Mime

At first look, Mr.Mime appears like a cute, harmless Pokemon - rosey cheeks and all. Without knowing this Pokemon's Pokedex Entries and how others view it, you might just be fooled. How bad can Miss Ketchum's friendly helper be, right? Well... The more you know...

The more you look into Mr.Mime, however, the more creepy it becomes. First off, it's a mime. Mimes, to some people, are freaky. I personally don't feel the same way, but I can see why: they kind of look like clowns because of their makeup, but to a lesser extent; they don't speak, which can be creepy to some; and their job is to create illusions, which is a little weird.

Mr.Mime might be able to talk, unlike real life mimes, but it sounds like the robot from the original Power Ranger Series, which doesn't help its cause. Mr.Mime also moves in a freaky contortionist way in-game. And, if that isn't bad enough, it has a serious short temper and abusive way. In its earliest known Pokedex Entry (Pokemon Red and Blue) it states, "If interrupted while it is miming, it will slap around the offender with its broad hands." If you interrupt this thing, it will literally slap you around. Not so harmless now, right? I can even imagine this thing using its barriers to trap and suffocate its pray, at will.

Last, and certainly not least, the images of Mr.Mime that some Pokemon Fans have come up with are down right scary. Most believe Mr.Mime looks like a creepy old man trying to pass as a Pokemon, which is definitely noticeable. If that's truly the case, than Mr.Mime is downright terrifying. I mean seriously... It goes sneaking around in tall grasses, stopping youthful trainers in their track. They also trick humans into letting them in their houses. F-R-E-A-K-Y! Others have made Mr.Mime into a Joker-Like creeper. Either way, Mr.Mime is definitely not what is seems to be.