Learn how to find Horsea in Pokemon Go. Below you will find the Pokedex for Horsea, including a full moveset rundown, how to best use it in battle, evolution details, and Pokemon Go locations.
“Horsea eats small insects and moss off of rocks. If the ocean current turns fast, this Pokemon anchors itself by wrapping its tail around rocks or coral to prevent being washed away.”
- As a Water, Horsea is strong against fire, ground and rock Pokemon.
- As a Water type, Horsea is weak against electric and grass Pokemon.
Move 1: Water Gun, Bubble
- Water Gun is a Water-type move. It has a attack power of 10 and an energy increase of 7. It has a cool down period of 0.5 seconds.
- Bubble is a Water-type move. It has a attack power of 15 and an energy increase of 15. It has a cool down period of 2.3 seconds.
Move 2: Bubble Beam, Dragon Pulse, Flash Cannon
- Bubble Beam is a Water-type move. It has a attack power of 25 and an energy increase of 0.05. It has a cool down period of 2.9 seconds.
- Dragon Pulse is a Dragon-type move. It has a attack power of 50 and an energy increase of 0.05. It has a cool down period of 3.6 seconds.
- Flash Cannon is a Steel-type move. It has a attack power of 55 and an energy increase of 0.05. It has a cool down period of 3.9 seconds.
At this stage, Horsea evolves into Seadra. You will need 50 Horsea Candy to evolve them.
Candies for Evolution: 50 Horsea Candy
How To Find Horsea in Pokemon Go
Finding a pokemon in Pokemon Go is often determined by where you are, their type, time and sometimes even the weather.
- Since we’re dealing with a Water pokemon, look to find Horsea in areas near water. This could be oceans, lakes, rivers, and even fountains. Weather also factors into Pokemon Go. Therefore, if it’s raining outside, you may have better luck finding this pokemon.
Can Horsea hatch from an egg?
Horsea will hatch from a 5km egg.