Suicune raid guide: counters, best movesets, and start times
Suicune returns yet again to Pokémon Go as a special reward for completing the last leg of global challenges. The Legendary water-type will be available in raids on Aug. 17 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. in your local time.
Suicune is far from the best water-type attacker, as it’s heavily outclassed by Kyogre, Swampert, Feraligatr, Gyarados, and even Palkia.
However, its return to raids means that lucky players will get a chance to nab one Shiny.
To take on Suicune, use electric- and grass-types like the following for the easy win:
Raikou with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
Electrivire with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
Magnezone with Spark and Wild Charge/Seed Bomb
Roserade with Razer Leaf and Grass Knot
Sceptile with Fury Cutter/Bullet Seed and Frenzy Plant
Venusaur with Vine Whip/Razor Leaf and Frenzy Plant
Luxray, Zapdos, Jolteon, and other electric- and grass-types will also serve you well.
Suicune’s best moveset is Hidden Power with Hydro Pump, but its Hidden Power has to be water-type. It’s a toss up which type of Hidden Power you’ll get, so you could use Extrasensory or Snarl instead. That all being said, Suicune is probably best off as a bench warmer.
A Troubling Situation • Special Research Guide
The brand new Team GO Rocket themed Special Research has arrived, and we’re here to let you know what’s to come! Luckily it’s a pretty straightforward, uncomplicated set of missions related to the new Team GO Rocket invasions and Shadow Pokémon. We’ve got an couple infographics here, the first by OrangeHeart2018, with information directly from the Pokémon Go Hub community, and the second from LeekDuck. Pick your poison...
Regional Pokémon Infographic
Barring the rare occasions when regional Pokémon are made available in other areas, or when they switch regions outright, this is the current basic list of regional Pokémon spawns:
Designed by OrangeHeart2018, via the Pokémon Go Hub here: https://pokemongohub.net/post/wiki/regional-pokemon-list/
Battle Training Update
When you want to Battle in Pokémon Go, but against the team leaders instead of other trainers, these are the current party builds you can expect to go up against:
Via this Link: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/cfblgf/a_quick_and_dirty_visual_guide_to_the_new_pve/
PoGo Box Analysis - May 2019
“It appears that in light of Extraordinary Raid Week, Niantic has given us a great selection of boxes, including an Ultra Box featuring a whopping 20 Raid Passes. These are easily some of the best boxes as of late, and in this Box Analysis, we will go in-depth with just how good these boxes are.
As usual, Lucky Eggs and Incense are priced at 63 coins each, to give us a better picture of how these boxes worth compared to buying these items in bulk. Star Pieces are 50 a piece to reflect their bulk price as well.
At first glance, we can see that these boxes have some better % savings compared to boxes of the past, and there is a substantial increase in the number of raid passes in each box, especially notable in the Ultra Box. With the Adventure Box satisfying needs for Egg Incubators, it is nice to have boxes with a lot of raid passes. Making these boxes even better is the plethora of raid events that will be happening this month.
There is not much to say in this box analysis about each box individually, only that these are great boxes to restock your raid pass supply. For free to play players wondering how many coins it takes to get their hands on a box, we suggest you check out the Coin Hoarder’s Guide. Like usual, we are not sure when these boxes are going away, but boxes typically last until the end or start of a new event.
The Adventure Box seems like it is here to stay, but it still gets its own place in the analysis! If you have not been following boxes closely and you are not sure what an Adventure Box is, it is aimed at players who want to ‘Adventure’ and focuses on egg hatching! Because of that, these boxes focus on an increased amount of incubators but feature no raid passes.
Overall from the Adventure Box Analysis, the % saved is amazing, and if you are itching for incubators, this box alone will let you hatch 51 eggs altogether, 12 in the normal and 39 in the supers. If you are not into raiding but enjoy hatching eggs, this box is the one for you.
That concludes this Box Analysis, and overall, these boxes are worth picking up at least one! What do you say, are you going to grab one?”
Via Kristy @ the Pokémon Go Hub: https://pokemongohub.net/post/review/box-analysis-raid-passes-galore/
I need the truth
Ok, I was just playing Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee and there’s one problem I have at the current moment, I want to evolve eevee into Glaceon, and I have a ice stone but it’s not compatible with him
I also have a fire stone too, but Eevee’s compatible with the Fire stone and not the ice stone
I don’t get that, why won’t it work 😭😔
Pokemon Quest - End Game Team & Recipes
Is that time again, and welcome back to my advice corner. Alright, hundle around me as I empart of things that I've learned from playing Pokemon Quest nonstop. In this post I'll cover some of the Pokemon that I think are essential for the end game with the most important recipes 🍳.
My top endgame Pokemon choices:
1) Dragonite (quelle surprise!!!) :
Anyone who plays the OG games will know that Dragonite is OP AF. On a side note that's why I called my Shiny Dragonair, "OP Dragon."
In order to get a Dragonite, you can use 2 recipes:
- Mulligan Stew — Super Low Odds — Any 2 or less Normal & 3 or more Precious
- Blue Soda — Super Low Odds — 4 or more Icy Rock
Dragonite's best move is Draco Meteor
2) Alakazam (another OP Pokemon from Gen 1):
- Brain Food — 100 percent — 3 Bluk Berry, 2 Apricorn
Alakazam's Best move is Psychic
- Mud Pie — Below 50 percent chance — 3 Tiny Mushroom, 2 Fossil
- Stone Soup — 50/50 chance — 3 Fossils, 2 Apricorn
Rhydon's moves are good over all.
4) Venusaur (Who saw this one coming😜?):
- Sludge Soup — 50/50 chance — 3 Balm Mushroom, 1 Tiny Mushroom, 1 Rainbow Matter
- Veggie Smoothie — way above 50 percent chance — 3 Big Root, 1 Apricorn, 1 Rainbow Matter
Venusaur's Best move are Vine Whip & Solar Beam
Pokemon Quest Recipes Guide
So Pokemon Quest just recently came out and I'ce gotten sucked into it. Finally there's a mobile Pokemon game that actually has stats, move sets, evolutions, training, power stones, and cooking (look I really like to eat :P). At moment, I'm not aure how many generations this game currently includes. It's a fun game to play in short bursts while you're waiting to do something. Now for the actual part of the post, which deals with cooking recipes. The way recipes work in this game is that you mix different ingridients that you get from exploring and you mix them. Depending on the raririty of the ingridients and the combinations, you'll attract new Pokemon to your team (some recipes attract more rare types of pokemon). On a side note, you don't capture Pokemon in this game like in the main series games.
Here's some info that I got from IGN's guide:
For a more detailed explanation, here's IGN's recipe guide:
pokemon go tips and tricks please?
Hey everyone. i just got back into pokemon go . I live in a little rural town with not alot of poke stops . There are a fee gyms near by though. Anyways im having a little trouble finding stronger pokemon. Right now my strongest is an aerodactyl with 895 cp and the gyms are way in the 2000 cp range. Any tips?