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I'm new to pokemon, and this site, but I want to know what pokemon has the best stats overall.

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Once again, refreshing the unanswered rocks!
And the would be arceus who has 120 in every stat leading up for a overall of 720!!

Arceus is the overall highest stat wise pokemon

Arceus actually has the second highest base total stat. Mega Rayquaza (if mega's count) has the highest base total stats.
Mega Rayquaza is the overall highest stat wise pokemon. If mega's don't count, then Arceus is the overall highest stat wise pokemon
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If youre looking for non-legendaries itd be slaking with 670 or if you want pseudo legendaries there are dragonite, salemence, hydriegon, metagross, tyranitar, and garchomp

A pseudo legendary is a 2 type pokemon with a base stat of 600

Click in the top left hand corner where it says pokemon third one down that says pokemon with stats click that and then on the bar that says name, type, and then lists all the stats click on total and it will give you a list of total base stats from greatest to least and if you click total again it will show least to greatest

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It's a tie between the mega Mewtwos and mega Rayquaza. They all have a BST of 780.

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With the release of Pokemon Ultra sun & moon Ultra Necrozma has the highest base stat total to date at 754

Base Stats:
HP: 97
Attack: 167
Defense: 97
Sp. Atk: 167
Sp. Def: 97
Speed: 129
Total: 754

Necropost much?

This question is pretty old. The answer has changed, tho.
I feel like this answer should he flagged. Am I wrong?
The mega Mewtwos have had better stats since 2013. Where did you get this from?
If an answer is trying to add new information and is answering the question properly, it doesn’t need to be flagged for necroposting. Bumping stuff is only an issue if it’s not adding anything or if it’s repeating what has already been mentioned.
With that said, this answer should be probably be voted down, as it is incorrect and shows a lack of research.