Pokémon Go: Mega Gyarados – the 15 best counters in the guide

Pokémon Go: Mega Gyarados - the 15 best counters in the guide

Update from October 7, 2022: To the Celebration of Mega Gyarados Raid Day on Saturday, October 8, 2022 between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. we whipped up our counter-guide! Mega Gyarados will appear more frequently in Raid Battles during the event, and you’ll get up to five additional Raid Passes for free by spinning Arena Photo Discs – but only if you’ve “spent” the previous Free Pass, of course. During the event, the chance of a Shiny Gyarados is increased! Below are the current 15 best counters for Mega Gyarados!

  • Katagami with razor blade and leaf blade
  • terracotta with double kick and sancto blade
  • Crypto Raikou with thunderbolt and electric shock
  • Crypto Machamp with counter and balancing punch
  • Mega Voltenso with thunder tooth and electric shock
  • Voltrian with thunderbolt and charge burst
  • Mega Simsala with counter and magic glow
  • Crypto Magnezone with sparks and electric shock
  • Crypto Zapdos with Thunder Shock and Thunderbolt
  • Mega Venusaur with Vine Chop and Flora Statue
  • Zekrom with charging beam and power surge
  • Crypto Hariyama with counter and balancing punch
  • Zarude with tendril and leaf scourge
  • Lucario with counter and aura sphere
  • Crypto Electrovoltek with thunderbolt and electric shock

A new Mega Pokémon is coming to Pokémon Go Raids, and they’re Mega Gyarados. From February 9, 2021 from 10:00 a.m., the giant water snake will move into the raids and can be fought at least until February 20, 2021. To unlock Mega Gyarados as a development for your account, you must defeat the Pokémon multiple times in the raid. Once to get access to Mega Evolution at all and then a few more times to get enough Mega Energy for Evolution – we remind you: The first Mega Evolution of a mon is quite expensive, all subsequent ones are cheaper . So that you can unlock the Mega Evolution for Gyarados, we have an up-to-date counter guide for you. Use your pocket monsters to show who is the master of the house and of the Mega-Evo! Incidentally, in our counter list, we have dispensed with Crypto Pokémon that are expensive to level.

Pokémon Go: Mega Gyarados as a raid boss

Mega Gyarados changes types in comparison. While Gyarados is a Water and Flying type Pokémon, Mega Gyarados is a Water and Dark type Pokémon. This means that you should also resort to plant counters compared to fighting Gyarados. They are strong against water and Mega Gyarados does not use flying attacks that could be dangerous for fighters like Bisaflor and Co. You’re also extremely well advised to use Fighting and Electric-type Pokémon in battle to beat down Mega Gyarados’ 60,860 HP.

As with other Mega Pokémon, you should dare to fight with four to five other players. Because of the types of the raid boss, you want to attack with Electro-Mon primarily when it’s raining – but note that Mega Gyarados’ possible water-type attacks will then also be strengthened. In fog, on the other hand, the raid boss hits harder with his dark attacks. When the sun is shining, choose your plant counters; if it’s cloudy, use the combat mon. Below is a list of the strongest counters to Mega Gyarados.

  • Mega Venusaur with Vine Chop and Flora Statue
  • Zekrom with charging beam and power surge
  • Lucario with counter and aura sphere
  • Mostagrif with counter and balancing punch
  • cap mushroom with counter and balancing punch
  • mahomey with a karate punch and a balancing punch
  • Raikou with thunderbolt and electric shock
  • Mega Ampharos with voltage change and lightning cannon
  • magnet zone with sparks and electric shock
  • electric with thunderbolt and electric shock
  • Gewaldro with Rageblade and Flora statue
  • Roserade with razor blade and shrub
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