Terribark is a loyal friend once the furry Pokémon trusts you! And because Terribark is obviously inspired by a real-world terrier, as a hunting Pokémon it will always be after your Wollys and keeping them together.
The raid stars are favorable for you and bring you a little closer to the dog – all you have to do is get him! The raid against Terribark isn’t that difficult either, and you’ll soon be able to evolve it into Bitebark! We have all the important tips for defeating the mutt further down in our Terribark counter guide in Pokémon Go.
Terribark as a raid boss
Terribark is of the Normal monotype. This means that the Pokémon only has one weakness, and that’s attackers with Fighting-type attacks. So pay attention to the weather in the Pokémon Go app, which is displayed in the upper right corner of the overworld map, so that you can get even more power out of your Pokémon.
Terribark is not a particularly strong opponent and only has 11,399 CP ready for you to defeat. Many solo players will laugh now, but if you’re just getting started with Pokémon Go, this raid could still cause you problems. But you will definitely find a few other trainers who are similar and then you will also master this raid. Below you will find a list of the best counterattacks against Terribark in the Pokémon Go Guide!
- Crypto Machamp with counter and balancing punch
- Crypto Hariyama with counter and balancing punch
- Lucario with counter and aura sphere
- Mostagrif with counter and balancing punch
- clamp with foot kick and focus kick
- mahomey with counter and balancing punch
- Crypto Mewtwo with confusion and psychoshock
- cap mushroom with counter and balancing punch
- mega slacker with foot kick and focus kick
- Crypto Simsala with counter and focus push
- Maskito with counter and power colossus
- terracotta with catapult and sancto blade
- Crypto Galagladi with kick and melee
- Hariyama with counter and balancing punch
- Leek Zealot with counter and melee
Pokemon Go: Catch Terribark
Once you’ve defeated Terribark, it’s time to get down to business – Pokéball! At level 20, the fifth generation Pokémon has 904 CP at 100% IV. If the Pokémon is boosted to level 25 under a partly cloudy sky, it will have 1130 CP with perfect 100% IV values. We wish you a successful hunt!