Source: Pokemon Go Live We got a big but unsurprising announcement that Latios would make a return as a Raid boss and there's a small chance of encountering a Shiny Latios! For one week, starting on 15th April 1pm PDT to 22nd April 1pm PDT, Latios will appear alongside Giratina in Level 5 Raids. If … Continue reading 09/04/2019 News Review: Shiny Latios and Lunch Time Raids!
Origin Forme Source: Bulbapedia Giratina comes in two formes: Origin Forme and Altered Forme.Like Deoxys, its formes have different stat values and different move sets altogether. Giratina retains its Dragon/Ghost typing regardless of forme. Giratina's Altered Forme is a defensive tank but lacks the Attack stat and moves to really be of any use. 187 … Continue reading Giratina(Origin Forme): A Raid Guide
Source: Bulbapedia Latias' brother, Latios is a more viable legendary in Pokemon Go than his sister at the moment. He was arguably the 4th best Dragon type in Generation 3, behind the likes of Rayquaza,Salamence and Dragonite but without that annoying double weakness to Ice. Generation 4 did see Latios tumble in the rankings, thanks … Continue reading Lashing Latios: A Raid Guide
Source: Bulbapedia Rayquaza is currently the best Dragon attacker in the game and it should retain it for at least one more generation, pending the future releases of guys like Zekrom and Reshiram. If Rayquaza is available, you should just aim to get as many as possible. Its that good. Rayquaza is a Dragon/Flying type … Continue reading Rushing Rayquaza: A Raid Guide
Source: Pokemon Go Latias is what you would call a good but there's definitely a better option available Pokemon. Its far from terrible but its overshadowed by one too many Pokemon. Dragonite and Rayquaza are better Dragons while the likes of Espeon and Lugia have it beat as a Psychic type. However Latias does have … Continue reading Lashing Latias: 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
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