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Starmie (Pokémon)

Starmie (Japanese: スターミーStarmie) is a dual-type Water/PsychicPokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Staryu when exposed to a Water Stone.

Biology

Starmie is a Pokémon that resembles two violet starfish with five appendages each. The front starfish has a golden formation in the center. In the center of the golden casing is its red jewel core, which can glow in seven colors and has developed to resemble a cut precious stone. The second starfish is semi-attached to the back of the first and can spin 360 degrees. This rotational action is how Starmie swims through the ocean. It can also launch itself out of the water and fly through the air for short periods, as seen in Pokémon Snap.

From its core, Starmie can emit electrical waves that are powerful enough to reach the furthest parts of the universe. The multi-color glowing of its core is also believed to be a method of communication with other members of its species. As seen in the anime, the core will go dark if Starmie is knocked unconscious and will sometimes flicker if Starmie is low on health. Because of its body shape and habit of sending transmissions skyward, some people believe this Pokémon to be extraterrestrial. It is rarely seen in the wild since it requires a rare Evolution stone to evolve, but it can be found in the deepest parts of the ocean. It feeds by absorbing tiny plankton into its body while swimming, and it is preyed on by Lumineon.

In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

Misty's Starmie

In The Water Flowers of Cerulean City, Misty uses a Starmie in battle fairly often, but she prefers to use her Staryu more. In The Misty Mermaid, she left it at the Cerulean Gym for her sisters.

Other

In Bye Bye Psyduck, Marina used a Starmie to battle the Golduck Misty believed was her Psyduck. It was defeated when the force of Golduck's Hyper Beam shattered its Light Screen.

In Misty Meets Her Match, Rudy used a Starmie in his battle against Ash. It went up against Squirtle and was defeated with a combination of its newly-learned Hydro Pump and its signature finisher, Skull Bash. Starmie reappeared in a flashback in Hello, Pummelo!.

In Going for the Gold!, a wild Starmie attacked Team Rocket's submarine with Thunderbolt.

Minor appearances

In Battle Aboard the St. Anne, a Starmie was defeated by a Gentleman's Raticate.

In The Battling Eevee Brothers, a Starmie attended the evolution party in Stone Town.

In Pikachu's Vacation, a Starmie was at the Pokémon Theme Park.

A Starmie appeared in Celebi: The Voice of the Forest.

In Showdown at the Po-ké Corral, multiple Starmie were living at Professor Oak's Laboratory.

In The Lost Lapras, a Trainer brought a Starmie to the Pokémon Center.

In Pikachu Re-Volts, a Starmie fell under the control of Cassidy and Butch via their Drowzee at Mandarin Island North.

In The Power of One, multiple Starmie sensed the disturbance caused by Lawrence III.

In The Rivalry Revival, multiple Starmie were living at Professor Oak's Laboratory.

In Flower Power, a Starmie was a part of Florando's annual Pokémon Exhibition.

In Tricks of the Trade, a Starmie was at the Pokémon Swap Meet in Palmpona.

In Hook, Line, and Stinker, a Trainer's Starmie competed in the SeakingCatching Competition.

In Beauty and the Breeder, a Pokémon Breeder's Starmie participated in a Pokémon breeding competition.

In Ariados, Amigos, four Trainers' Starmie attended the Pokémon Jujitsu Academy.

A Starmie appeared in the opening intro of Celebi: The Voice of the Forest, which was reused for Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias.

In The Joy of Water Pokémon, a Starmie was living in Lake Lucid.

In Around the Whirlpool, a Starmie was stolen from the Pokémon Center of Blue Point Isle.

In The Legend of Thunder!, a Starmie was swimming in a lake, while another was swimming in the Pokémon Center's pool.

In Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias, a Trainer's Starmie competed in the Tour de Alto Mare.

In a flashback in From Cradle to Save, Jessie used a Starmie.

A Starmie appeared in the opening sequence of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.

In Dawn of a Royal Day!, a Coordinator's Starmie competed in the ArrowrootContest.

Multiple Starmie appeared in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!.

A Starmie appeared in I Choose You!.

A wild Starmie appeared in Alola, Kanto!.

Two Starmie appeared in Legend? Go! Friends? Go!.

In The Cuteness Quotient!, a Trainer's Starmie competed in the Friendship Festival.

A Starmie appeared in a fantasy in Time After Time!.

A Trainer's Starmie appeared in To Train, or Not to Train!.

In On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future!, a Trainer's Starmie competed in the Marine Athletic Race.

Pokémon Origins

Misty's Starmie

In File 2: Cubone, Red battled Misty's Starmie and won off-screen.

Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Misty's Starmie

In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, Misty's Starmie, Cheren's Stoutland and Korrina's Lucario battled Cynthia's Garchomp, Steven's Metagross, and Lance's Dragonite. At the behest of its Trainer, Starmie used Light Screen to defend the incapacitated Stoutland and Lucario from Dragonite's Hyper Beam. Afterwards, it defended itself from Metagross's Flash Cannon with Thunderbolt.

GOTCHA!

Misty's Starmie

A Starmie briefly appeared in GOTCHA!, under the ownership of Misty.

In the manga

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Misty's Starmie

Like in the anime, Misty owns a Starmie in The Electric Tale of Pikachu. It had a minor appearance in Pikachu's Excellent Adventure, where it was used to rehydrate Ash after he started crying over being separated from Pikachu.

Rudy's Starmie also appears in the manga. Like in the anime, Starmie battled Ash's Squirtle, and gave the Tiny Turtle Pokémon trouble with its Thunderbolt attack.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Two Starmie appeared in JNM01.

Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Main article: Misty's Starmie

Misty's Starmie only appeared as a silhouette in JBA5 along with its Trainer and the other Kanto Gym Leaders.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Misty's Starmie

Misty's Starmie first made a cameo in Gyarados Splashes In! in its Poké Ball. It, however, debuted later in Suddenly Starmie, where it defeated Red in the Cerulean Gym. It allowed her to read and pass on a Pokémon's thoughts using an ancient language that can be easily decoded.

A Starmie appeared as a silhouette when Green talks about Mew in The Jynx Jinx.

Two Starmie appeared in Some Things Are Better Left Unown, with one under the ownership of Sird and the other under the ownership of Archie.

Emerald used a Starmie caught by Crystal for his Battle Pike challenge in Moving Past Milotic.

Four Starmie belonging to Guile Hideout appeared in Standing in the Way with Starmie.

A Starmie appeared in Unleashing the Incredible Z-Move.

A Starmie appeared in A Photoshoot and the Abandoned Thrifty Megamart, where it was seen inside Aether Paradise.

Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys

A Trainer's Starmie appeared in Let's Fight For The Future!!.

Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All

A Starmie appeared in GDZ23.

Pokémon Zensho

Main article: Misty's Starmie

Misty sent out her Starmie for Satoshi's second Gym battle challenge in PZ03. However, it could not battle him as Satoshi had trouble dealing with water, and the battle was officially called off.

In the TCG

Main article: Starmie (TCG)

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros.

When released from a Poké Ball, Starmie floats to the closest opponent and barrages them with Swift. Each hit does 3% damage, and touching Starmie itself does 12% damage. It has been replaced by its pre-evolved form Staryu in all future releases, in which it performs the same function.

Game data

NPC appearances

  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity: Starmie runs the Sunken Treasure mini-game in Pokémon Paradise. In this mini-game, the player collects black, blue and red treasure chests by tilting their Nintendo 3DS. Chinchou and rocks appear as obstacles in this mini-game, and touching them deducts one treasure chest, starting with black chests. Unlike Treasure Boxes obtained from dungeons, they are opened upon obtaining. Starmie's mini-game can be played once every in-game day.

Pokédex entries

Generation IKanto
#121
RedIts central core glows with the seven colors of the rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem.
Blue
Yellow The center section is named the core. People think it is communicating when it glows in 7 colors.
Stadium When away from human eyes, its core is said to glow mysteriously in seven colors. This Pokémon may have come from outer space.
Generation IIJohto
#168
Gold The center section of its body is called the core. It glows in a different color each time it is seen.
Silver Regardless of the environment it lives in, its body grows to form a symmetrical geometric shape.
Crystal It is said that it uses the seven colored core of its body to send electric waves into outer space.
Stadium 2 The center section of its body is called the core. It glows in a different color each time it is seen.
Generation IIIHoenn
#144
Kanto
#121
Ruby Starmie's center section - the core - glows brightly in seven colors. Because of its luminous nature, this Pokémon has been given the nickname "the gem of the sea."
Sapphire Starmie swims through water by spinning its star-shaped body as if it were a propeller on a ship. The core at the center of this Pokémon's body glows in seven colors.
Emerald People in ancient times imagined that Starmie were transformed from the reflections of stars that twinkled on gentle waves at night.
FireRed This Pokémon has a geometric body. Because of its body, the locals suspect that it is an alien creature.
LeafGreen Its central core glows with the seven colors of the rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem.
Generation IVSinnoh
#—
Johto
#170
DiamondAt the center of its body is a red core, which sends mysterious radio signals into the night sky.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold The center section of its body is called the core. It glows in a different color each time it is seen.
SoulSilver Regardless of the environment it lives in, its body grows to form a symmetrical geometric shape.
Generation VUnova
B2W2: #239
BlackAt the center of its body is a red core, which sends mysterious radio signals into the night sky.
White
Black 2Its core shines in many colors and sends radio signals into space to communicate with something.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
Coastal #035
Hoenn
#149
X Its central core glows with the seven colors of the rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem.
Y At the center of its body is a red core, which sends mysterious radio signals into the night sky.
Omega Ruby Starmie's center section-the core-glows brightly in seven colors. Because of its luminous nature, this Pokémon has been given the nickname "the gem of the sea."
Alpha Sapphire Starmie swims through water by spinning its star-shaped body as if it were a propeller on a ship. The core at the center of this Pokémon's body glows in seven colors.
Generation VIIAlola
SM: #185
Alola
USUM: #224
Kanto
#121
Sun Its shining core is thought to receive and transmit enigmatic signals. It has been known to cause headaches in those who approach it.
Moon Its unusual body shape, reminiscent of abstract art, led local people to spread rumors that this Pokémon may be an invader from outer space.
Ultra Sun Its sparkling core is called “the gem of the sea.” This core can be made into high-priced accessories that are traded in secret.
Ultra Moon It rotates its geometrically shaped body to swim through the water. It always seems to be sending out mysterious radio waves.
Let's Go PikachuThe center section is named the core. People think it is communicating when it glows in seven colors.
Let's Go Eevee
Generation VIIIGalar
Isle of Armor #099
Sword This Pokémon has an organ known as its core. The organ glows in seven colors when Starmie is unleashing its potent psychic powers.
Shield Starmie swims by spinning its body at high speed. As this Pokémon cruises through the ocean, it absorbs tiny plankton.

Game locations

Generation II
This Pokémon is unavailable in Generation II side games.

Held items

Stats

Base stats

Pokéathlon stats

Type effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions in Generation VIII, this Pokémon is:
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Starmie (Pokémon GO)

#121 (Kanto)

Table of contents

Best moveset for Starmie

The best moves for Starmie are Water Gun and Psychic when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.

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Pokémon type

Bug deals 160% damage.
Ghost deals 160% damage.
Grass deals 160% damage.
Electric deals 160% damage.
Dark deals 160% damage.
Fighting deals 63% damage.
Steel deals 63% damage.
Fire deals 63% damage.
Water deals 63% damage.
Psychic deals 63% damage.
Ice deals 63% damage.

Evolution

There are currently a total of 2 Pokémon in the Staryu family. Starmie evolves from Staryu which costs 50 Candy.

Starmie Raid Guide

Starmie has previously been Raid Boss in Tier 3 Raids.

Caught CP (boosted)

12 - 32

Standard game images

There is a very low chance that you can get a shiny Starmie, which has the following appearance:

Summary

Starmie is a Water & Psychic Pokémon which evolves from Staryu. It is vulnerable to Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric and Dark moves. Starmie's strongest moveset is Water Gun & Psychic and it has a Max CP of 2,584.

About

"Starmie's center section—the core—glows brightly in seven colors. Because of its luminous nature, this Pokémon has been given the nickname “the gem of the sea.”"

Base stats

Attack210
Defense184
Stamina155

Max CP

Max CP with weather boost

Max HP

Size

Height 1.1 m
Weight 80 kg

Other

Base capture rate20%
Base flee rate6%
Buddy walk distance3 km

Best moveset for Starmie

The best moves for Starmie are Water Gun and Psychic when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.

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All moves

What counters Starmie?

Starmie is a Water/Psychic type Pokémon, which makes it weak against Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric and Dark moves.

The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Starmie are:

  • Zacian (Crowned Sword),
  • Chandelure,
  • Thundurus (Therian),
  • Gengar,
  • Gengar (Costume 2020).

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These moves are calculated using type advantages / disadvantages, and including STAB. Click here for more info »

Most vulnerable to Starmie

PokémonEffective damage

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Pokémon Go: How to get shiny Staryu and evolve it into Starmie

Pokémon Go is currently in the midst of its Enigma Week 2020 following the end of its August community day with shiny Magikarp. There’s only a few days left for Enigma Week, and this means you only have a short amount of time available to take advantage of the increased spawn rate for Staryu. If you wish to take full advantage, here you’ll discover how to get a shiny Staryu and evolve it into Starmie.

Aside from getting a polished and green-version of the water-type Pokémon, there’s also a shiny Baltoy available to get during Enigma Week. Not only that, but there’s also the potential for you to get a shiny Deoxys as well as a shiny Unown.

Yes, there’s plenty of available shinies during Enigma Week, but below you’ll discover how to get a shiny Staryu and evolve it into Starmie in Pokémon Go.

How to catch shiny Staryu in Pokémon Go

You can catch a shiny Staryu in Pokémon Go during Enigma Week.

Pokémon Go’s Enigma Week lasts until August 14th at 21:00 BST, and this is your opportunity to get a shiny Staryu by encountering it in the wild.

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Although it will rarely be a glistening green version of the water-type creature, there is increased spawn rates for the star while Enigma Week continues.

Staryu can also be encountered as a tier 1 raid boss during Enigma Week, so this is another possible avenue for confronting the water-type.

Pokémon Go: How to evolve Staryu into Starmie

You need 50 of its candy to evolve Staryu into Starmie in Pokémon Go.

It’s how you complete the evolution of Staryu into Starmie, and some Pokémon Go fans are not happy with the shiny version of the former thanks to it being green.

But, while some people are disappointed about it being green, it’s still a neat coup for fans to get.

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