Pokemon GO Mega Manectric Raid Guide
The Pokemon GO Fee Up occasion is well underway, meaning along with a particular Field Research and other bonuses, there’s a fresh collection of occasion Raid Bosses for coaches to challenge. Among the most exciting additions to this Fight Simulator record throughout the event, the window is the opportunity to throw down from Mega Manectric and stock up on a few funds for the potent Mega Evolution.
The Manectric Mega Raid can be obtained today and crosses through March 22. That means gamers still possess nearly a complete week to develop a potent counter roster, team up with a few buddies, and head outside to challenge the effective Electric-type foe. Considering the strength of this specific Pokemon GO boss, many coaches might want to have a while to reevaluate their countertops roster first.
Manectric is a pure Electric-type, meaning that players must concentrate on benefiting from its own weakness to Ground-types. Fortunately, Ground-type counters are often utilized against other popular Raid Bosses. Therefore many coaches should already have lots of these choices in their own storage and powered with the ideal move sets…
Best Mega Manectric Counters
Garchomp – Mud Shot/Earthquake
Groudon – Mud Shot/Earthquake
Excadrill – Mud Slap/Drill Run
Rhyperior – Mud Slap/Earthquake
Landorus (Incarnate) – Mud Shot/Earth Power
Krookodile – Mud Slap/Earthquake
Golurk – Mud Slap/Earth Power
Mamoswine – Mud Slap/Bulldoze
Gengar (Mega) – Shadow Claw/Shadow Ball
Trainers should always keep in mind that the list presented represents the best counters and move sets based on the current metagame. It’s not the end of the world if any trainers can’t pull together a roster of that quality, though. The main thing to keep in mind is that the selected roster should focus on using the best Ground-type Pokemon available to take advantage of the Electric-types’s weaknesses.
If trainers need help pulling together a respectable roster, it’s likely worth using some Candy or TMs to power up the best Ground-types in their storage and gets them equipped with the best move sets. Ground-type counters are relevant very frequently in the PvE metagame, so the investment will likely be put to good use repeatedly in the future as trainers continue completing other Legendary and Mega Battle Raids.
Over the next week or so, players should continue to learn a lot more about what other events are on the way throughout the Season of Legends. Be sure to check back shortly for more Pokemon GO strategy guides, news, and updates. Until then, good luck out there, trainers!