Eliminating Entei: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia Entei isn't as good as Moltres when it comes to dishing out damage but it makes up for it by being just a little more sturdy than the fire bird. It also lacks a double weakness to Rock unlike Moltres but has to deal with a Ground weakness, unlike Moltres. Entei has 235 … Continue reading Eliminating Entei: A Raid Guide

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Assaulting Articuno: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia Articuno was the first of the legendary bird trio to be released, the first legendary Ice type. Sadly it wasn't even the best Ice type in Generation 1 due to its stats focusing on being a defensive tank. Jynx actually was the best Ice type from Kanto, but thanks to a lacklustre showing … Continue reading Assaulting Articuno: A Raid Guide

Melting Moltres: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia The premier Fire type, Moltres soared into first among the Fire types since Generation 1 and has not looked back since. It leads in DPS and overall output thanks to a superb moveset. While its typing comes with an unfortunate double weakness to Rock, it does at least avoid the Ground weakness most … Continue reading Melting Moltres: A Raid Guide

Lugging Lugia: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia Lugia is more of a defensive tank but manages to at least get a proper moveset for it to use, avoiding the fate of its Johto counterpart Ho-oh. Psychic/Flying is a decent enough typing without double weaknesses to worry about although its still weak to the everpresent Tyranitar. Within both of its types, … Continue reading Lugging Lugia: A Raid Guide

Grounding Groudon: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia Groudon, what a Pokemon. Projected to be the best Ground type attacker since its release, Groudon is a must have in your team. Don't hesitate to get premium passes for it, it'll improve your team. Even with the likes of Garchomp and Rhyperior, Groudon still reigns as the king of the hill. Note … Continue reading Grounding Groudon: A Raid Guide