Deoxys Normal Forme: A Raid Guide

Source:Bulbapedia Deoxys Normal Forme is a lot like its Attack Forme, high offence and low defences. It has the second highest Attack in the game with 345. 115 defence and 137 stamina make it a glass cannon. Is Normal Forme usable? Yes but you can definitely do better when it comes to Psychic types. Its … Continue reading Deoxys Normal Forme: A Raid Guide

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Rampardos: The New King of Rock

Source:Bulbapedia Move over Tyranitar, you're no longer the best Rock type in the game. Standing proudly at the top even without a Rock fast move, it only got better with its own Community Day exclusive fast move Smack Down. Now it could hit those Pokemon weak to it with a pure Rock moveset. It was … Continue reading Rampardos: The New King of Rock

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

Understanding Uxie : A Raid Guide

Source:Bulbapedia Uxie is the opposite of Azelf, focusing on defence when Azelf was the attack guy and Mesprit was the middle ground. However this makes it much closer to Cresselia than even Mesprit and I believe it's going to be the least popular of the Lake Guardians. Focusing on defence as a legendary isn't viable … Continue reading Understanding Uxie : A Raid Guide

Mesmering Mesprit: A Raid Guide

Source: Bulbapedia Note: This guide was written before the release of Azelf, the guide will be updated if deemed necessary. Mesprit isn't going to be a heavy hitter like Azelf , its probably closer to Cresselia in terms of viabiltiy. Its one you would catch and store in your bag until you trade it for … Continue reading Mesmering Mesprit: A Raid Guide