So you’re curious about how to beat Arlo in Pokémon GO. Well, you may want to start by reading this guide for all of the greatest tactics and countermeasures to utilize while battling this Team Go Rocket Leader. Knowing the Pokémon GO Arlo countermeasures is essential for defeating him, since his Pokémon have a high CP and going in unprepared may be disastrous. As the Season of Trouble begins, the Rocket Leaders seem to have taken a step back (though they are still there), but we anticipate them to emerge once again as the mischief grows.

If you’re unfamiliar with Team Rocket’s nefarious commanders, you’ll need to beat Rocket Grunts and acquire six Mysterious Components. Combine these to form a Rocket Radar, which will direct you to one of the Rocket Leaders. There’s a one-in-three probability that you’ll come across Arlo and his Venonat.

You’ll be able to locate the Rocket Leaders – Cliff, Sierra, Arlo, or Giovanni – after you have those.

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However, beating each of these Rocket Leaders is much more difficult, particularly if you are unfamiliar with their Pokémon lineup. Even yet, a leader’s lineup is chosen at random from a limited pool of potential Pokémon.

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When you’re unfamiliar with the counters, it may be tough to defeat each of the Rocket Leaders. As a result, knowing the appropriate countermeasures and tactics for each possible encounter is critical.

This is very essential if you wish to get the 12km Strange Eggs or finish the Inter-Egg-Sting Development Quest.

Continue reading for strategies and counter-strategies for defeating Team Rocket commander Arlo.

 

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Arlo’s Pokémon Collection

Arlo’s first Pokémon is Shadow Venonat. Shadow Manectric or Shadow Crobat may be Arlo’s second Pokémon. Shadow Scizor, Shadow Magnezone, or Shadow Vileplume may be his third Pokémon.

Pokemon #1Pokemon #2Pokemon #3
048 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloVenonat310 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloManectric212 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloScizor
169 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloCrobat462 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloMagnezone
217 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo ArloUrsaring045 Arlo Counters – How to defeat Pokémon GO Rocket Leader Arlo Arlo

Arlo Pokemon Go counters phase 1

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Arlo will always start with Venonat.

Venonat counters

Venonat is a Bug/Poison-type Pokemon, which means it’s weak against Fire, Flying, Psychic, and Rock.

Venonat Counters
Blaziken

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Blast Burn (Charge Move)

Darmanitan

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

 Ho-Oh

Incinerate (Fast Move)

Brave Bird (Charge Move)

Honchkrow

Peck (Fast Move)

Sky Attack (Charge Move)

Reshiram

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Rampardos

Smack Down (Fast Move)

Rock Slide (Charge Move)

Arlo Pokemon Go counters phase 2

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Arlo’s Phase 2 Pokemon will either be Crobat, Manectric, or Ursaring.

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Crobat counters

Crobat is a Poison/Flying-type Pokemon, which means it’s weak against Electric, Ice, Psychic, and Rock.

Crobat Counters
Aggron

Smack Down (Fast Move)

Heavy Slam (Charge Move)

Electivire

Thunder Shock (Fast Move)

Wild Charge (Charge Move)

Magnezone

Spark (Fast Move)

Wild Charge (Charge Move)

Rampardos

Smack Down (Fast Move)

Rock Slide (Charge Move)

Regirock

Lock On (Fast Move)

Stone Edge (Charge Move)

Tyranitar

Smack Down (Fast Move)

Crunch (Charge Move)

Manectric counters

Manectric is a pure Electric-type Pokemon, so its only major weakness is Ground.

Manectric Counters
 Excadrill

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

Garchomp

Mud Shot (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

Golem

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

 Groudon

Mud Shot (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

Rhyperior

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Rock Wrecker (Charge Move)

Tyranitar

Smack Down (Fast Move)

Crunch (Charge Move)

Ursaring counters

Ursaring is a pure Normal-type Pokemon, which means that it’s weak to GhostRockSteel, and Fighting ‘mon.

Ursaring Counters
Blaziken

Counter (Fast Move)

Focus Blast (Charge Move)

Breloom

Counter (Fast Move)

Dynamic Punch (Charge Move)

Conkeldurr

Counter (Fast Move)

Dynamic Punch (Charge Move)

Hariyama

Counter (Fast Move)

Dynamic Punch (Charge Move)

Lucario

Counter (Fast Move)

Aura Sphere (Charge Move)

Regigigas

Hidden Power (Fast Move)

Giga Impact (Charge Move)

Arlo Pokemon Go counters phase 3

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Arlo’s Phase 3 Pokemon will either be Magnezone, Scizor, or Vileplume.

Magnezone counters

Magnezone is an Electric/Steel-type Pokemon, so it’s weak against Ground, Fighting, and Fire.

Magnezone Counters
Donphan

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

 Excadrill

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

Garchomp

Mud Shot (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

 Groudon

Mud Shot (Fast Move)

Earthquake (Charge Move)

Landorus

Mud Shot (Fast Move)

Earth Power (Charge Move)

Rhyperior

Mud-Slap (Fast Move)

Rock Wrecker (Charge Move)

Scizor counters

Scizor is a Bug/Steel-type Pokemon, which means its only weakness is Fire.

Scizor Counters
Blaziken

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Blast Burn (Charge Move)

Charizard

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Blast Burn (Charge Move)

Darmanitan

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Entei

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Heatran

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Fire Blast (Charge Move)

Reshiram

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Vileplume counters

Vileplume is a Grass/Poison-type Pokemon, so it’s weak against Fire, Flying, Ice, and Psychic.

Vileplume Counters
Charizard

Wing Attack (Fast Move)

Blast Burn (Charge Move)

Darmanitan

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Entei

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

Heatran

Fire Spin (Fast Move)

Flamethrower (Charge Move)

 Ho-Oh

Incinerate (Fast Move)

Brave Bird (Charge Move)

Reshiram

Fire Fang (Fast Move)

Overheat (Charge Move)

WHAT ARE THE REWARDS FOR SUCCESSING OVER ARLO?


When you beat Arlo or any other Team Go Rocket Leader, you will be rewarded handsomely. You will always get 1,000 Stardust and a random pair of the following items:

  • A 12km egg
  • One Revive
  • One Max Revive
  • One Max Potion
  • One Unova Stone
  • One Sinnoh Stone

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