Sharpedo is a water/sinister type Pokémon introduced in the third generation. You can see this pokemon in the printable sharpedo coloring pages below.
It is the evolved form of Carvanha, as of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, it can mega-evolve into Mega-Sharpedo.
Free Sharpedo Coloring Pages
Sharpedo has a sad past, as it was once overfished because of how delicious its dorsal fin was. Known as the Terror of the Seas, Sharpedo is feared by all.
If this Pokémon loses the creepy fangs, it gets them back in short order. All it takes is one Sharpedo to destroy a tanker. Propelled by its fins, it swims at 120 km/h (75 mph). It is the Terror of the seas.
On the other hand, Mega Sharpedo is an excellent late-game cleaner using its pre-Mega Evolve Ability, Speed Boost, and its post-Mega Evolve Ability, Strong Jaw, to sweep.
Its high Attack and Speed stats allow it to hit very hard and at high speed simultaneously, with Crunch dealing heavy damage to Pokémon like Scizor and Mamoswine.
Strong Jaw also boosts the Base Power of cover moves like Ice Fang and Psychic Fangs, allowing Mega Sharpedo to hit hard on those who could be its checks and counters, such as Mega Altaria, Heracross, and Hydreigon.
Mega Sharpedo has terrible bulk and defensive typing that gives it numerous weaknesses to common types such as Fighting, Grass, and Bug.
However, it resists a significant priority move such as Bullet Punch. Poor bulk means that if Mega Sharpedo doesn’t OHKO what it faces, it will most likely receive an OHKO in response.
In addition, it faces a lot of competition from other Mega evolutions such as Mega Aerodactyl and Mega Altaria, both of which have better defensive utility and wider movepools.
Finally, Mega Sharpedo suffers when dealing with bulky walls such as Mega Aggron and Swampert if they have not been significantly weakened beforehand, which can stop it from attempting to sweep in the late-game.
It also suffers from sweeping if it has no support from entry hazard setters.