And to think, there used to be so few steel-type pokemon... Anyways whenever I think about steel types, Aron and his evolution family just come to mind. Personally, they just seem to be my personal definition of steel-type, however my vote goes to Metagross because of it's relation to Steven Stone. Plus, getting a level 5 Beldum in the 3rd generation games was pretty cool, made me feel like I was starting the game all over again, sort of...
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I would have to say Scizor.
Mawile, it's really cute and has an interesting conceptual basis for it's design. While far from the greatest Pokemon in battle, the little guy does insanely well for something with such a low stat total.
Moved this to World because it is more appropriate there.
If I could only choose one Steel-type, I would definitely choose Ferrothorn because I always wanted a Grass/Steel-type before Generation 5's Pokemon were revealed. Thankfully, its design and battling prowess are very good.
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Empoleon, just because.
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Excadrill, for sure. I always seemed to have difficulty training Steel types before having one on my Black team, who was a TOTAL boss and always reliable in getting shit done for me <3
Guys thanks for all the votes! I like Mawile too.
I love Ice and Ghost pokemon! :P Feels cold and scary....
Mawile is the best Steel-type. Mawile is also the best Pokemon.
Scizor, mostly because of Bullet Punch and its power, along with Swords Dance.