Mega Gyarados Raid Tips

Mega Gyarados is a powerful Dark and Water type Mega Raid boss in Pokémon GO. To defeat it efficiently, trainers will need to assemble a team of optimal raid counters that include Electric, Grass, Fighting, Bug, and Fairy types. With a broad range of different counters available, trainers can strategize their teams to take down this fan-favorite Mega Pokémon.

When facing Mega Gyarados, trainers can catch it within the following CP ranges:
– 1855 CP – 1937 CP (no weather boost)
– 2319 CP – 2422 CP (boosted by Windy or Rainy weather)

For the raid battle, it is recommended to have 3-5 high-level trainers, with more needed if optimal teams are not available. The guide provides a list of the best counters to use against Mega Gyarados, featuring Pokémon like Sceptile (Mega), Heracross (Mega), Gardevoir (Mega), Kartana, and Terrakion, among others.

To obtain Mega Gyarados, trainers will need 200 Mega Energy for the initial evolution and 40 Mega Energy for future evolutions. Mega Energy can be obtained through Mega Gyarados Raids, and trainers can earn additional Mega Energy by walking Gyarados as their buddy Pokémon.

In terms of stats, Mega Gyarados boasts a max CP of 5332 at level 50, making it one of the highest CP Pokémon in the game. It has an impressive attack stat of 292, a defense stat of 247, and an HP stat of 216. When it comes to moveset analysis, Bite and Hydro Pump offer optimal DPS for Mega Gyarados.

Overall, Mega Gyarados may not be considered a top-tier Mega Pokémon in terms of competitive gameplay, but its impressive design and fan following make it a sought-after addition to any team. With its high CP and versatile move options, Mega Gyarados can be a valuable asset in raid battles against certain types and provide a strong Water type attacker option.

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