A total rundown of Best Pokémon for Lucky Trades is at long last accessible on the Hub! The rundown covers all Gen 1 through Gen 5 Pokémon you ought to spend your Lucky exchange on. We will refresh the article with important Gen 6 increments when they become accessible.
This guide was an exceptionally mentioned one, and you know the drill: you ask, we convey. Assuming that you have a few fortunate exchanges forthcoming and you don’t have the foggiest idea what to focus on, relax, as in this article we’ll go over Pokémon worth exchanging. Heritage moves will be written in italics.
Three kinds of coaches ring a bell: battlers, thieves and authorities (or sparkly trackers). We’ll attempt to cover most focuses on regardless of anything else sort of coach you are, however in the event that we fail to remember something go ahead and us know! So we should get directly into it.
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Remember that main those Pokémon that have been authoritatively delivered in the Game are remembered for this examination! It will be refreshed when more Generation 6 Pokémon are delivered.
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We’ll begin with PvE (raids & gyms). Let’s take a look at the best gym/raid attackers in Pokémon GO (not necessarily in order of importance):
|Yes (Meteor Mash)||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (if it has Shadow Ball or Psystrike)||Yes|
|Yes (Sky Attack)||Yes|
|No||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (if it has Fire Punch)||Yes|
|No||No (Yes if shiny)|
|No||No (Yes if shiny)|
|No||No (Yes if shiny)|
Rampardos (Cranidos) is the best stone sort assailant in the game by a long shot. It has one of the most incredible assault details in the game (295) joined with the best stone sort moveset. It is the #1 counter to a lot of strike managers before and it will in all probability be the best counter against some unbelievable assault supervisors in people in the future. Rampardos is indeed an absolute necessity have aggressor.
Giratina-O is probably the best counter to a lot of amazing strike managers because of how much clairvoyant sort legendaries out there. It might not have the most noteworthy assault detail among all apparition type aggressors, yet its astonishing moveset and TDO compensate for itself and make it the best phantom sort assailant in the game generally speaking, excluding megas (examination). Glossy Giratina-O is an exceptionally cool looking sparkly and an extremely desired one also!
Rayquaza is the best mythical beast type assailant in the game at this point. Superb assailant and generalist (albeit those aren’t utilized as much these days). Shock Salamence isn’t excessively far in execution and there are other fascinating competitors, yet Rayquaza is as yet the ruler in the event that we do exclude shadow Pokémon and megas in the rundown.
Metagross needs Meteor Mash (an inheritance CD move) to be an applicable aggressor. MM Metagross is a magnificent assailant that hasn’t had a lot of purpose in attack fights yet, however it will without a doubt sparkle in the future as some unbelievable Pokémon are frail to steel types. It is additionally an incredible generalist.
Shadow Ball Mewtwo used to be the best apparition type aggressor, yet the progressions in type viability have been harsh to one of our #1 assailants (examination). No matter what those changes, SB Mewtwo is an extraordinary aggressor that can be utilized experiencing the same thing assuming it has a subsequent charge move.
Psystrike Mewtwo is most likely the best aggressor in the game (barring shadow Mewtwo and megas) and it is currently likewise thought to be the best generalist, outflanking exceptionally strong Pokémon like Rayquaza. If you have any desire to peruse a full investigation to look at Psystrike Mewtwo’s true capacity, we take care of you!
Sky Attack Moltres is an extraordinary assailant in Pokémon GO as it is ostensibly one of the most incredible fire type aggressors and the best flying sort assailant at this point (barring megas and shadows, that is). Fire Spin (or Wing Attack) + Sky Attack and Overheat Moltres is an awesome marauder/rec center sweeper.
The Garchomp family is probably the most uncommon one to find in Pokémon GO. Incubating a Gible is very troublesome and viewing as Gible/Gabite in the wild isn’t simple by the same token. Garchomp is an extremely strong mythical serpent type assailant (not exactly ideal however), yet where it truly sparkles is as a ground type aggressor due to its composing (3x protection from electric kind moves). It could get Earth Power or a superior winged serpent type move in a future CD, so remember that prior to developing!
Kyogre is ostensibly still the best water type aggressor in the game (barring megas and shadow Pokémon). While it is beated concerning DPS by Crabhammer Kingler, its mass and TDO cause it to outflank Kingler over the long haul. Regardless of whether or not it is as yet worth putting resources into a Kyogre when you have a non-incredible option is far from being obviously true. However, remember that it can in all probability gain proficiency with its unique move (Origin Pulse) from here on out!
Let’s get straight to the point: Earthquake is a disheartening move in PvE. Groudon is one of the most mind-blowing ground type assailants in the game, yet ground type moves are not that valuable in assaults and exercise centers these days. What’s more, when they are, ground type assailants are generally outflanked by different aggressors that likewise bargain very powerful harm yet have fundamentally better movesets. It will doubtlessly get familiar with its unique move (Precipice Blades) later on, so remember that.
However, fire Punch (L) Groudon is a staple in Master League. So assuming that you’re into PvP I’d recommend thinking about this fortunate exchange. In the event that you simply need it for PvE, you can exchange a standard (non-inheritance) one.
Chandelure (Litwick) is an astounding aggressor. Its exhibition as a phantom kind aggressor is practically identical to Giratina Origin Forme’s. It bargains more DPS however has lower mass. Beyond the Halloween Event, Litwick is a troublesome Pokémon to get. Assuming you get one and you want an apparition type aggressor, you ought to think about saving it for a fortunate exchange.
Emanation Sphere Lucario (Riolu) is one of the most outstanding battling type aggressors in the game and it will actually want to mega advance from now on, so it’s certainly an incredible Pokémon to fortunate exchange! Moreover, assuming you like to battle Rocket Grunts, you can open a second move, show it Power-Up Punch and begin destroying safeguards while helping your assault simultaneously.
Conkeldurr (Timburr) is likewise an awesome Pokémon to fortunate exchange, as it is an amazing battling type aggressor. In addition, you will save yourself 200 Timburr confections to advance a Timburr that has been exchanged, so certainly not a terrible decision!
Haxorus (Axew) is one more illustration of an extraordinary Pokémon to fortunate exchange. Axew is uncommon to the point that truth be told, a significant number of my local people didn’t have it enrolled in their Pokédex when I inquired as to whether they had an extra one to exchange. Haxorus is an extremely respectable mythical beast type assailant and a generally excellent Pokémon to use in Master League Premier, on the off chance that you’re keen on PvP.
Despite the fact that Hydreigon (Deino) isn’t the most ideal assault aggressor out there, it’s as yet an extremely cool looking pseudo-incredible Pokémon with exceptionally fair details. Besides, it’s likewise very uncommon to get beyond GBL experiences, so not a terrible decision by any means.
Dialga is an extremely intriguing pick. Its winged serpent type moveset isn’t awesome, however its composing is astounding. In PvP, Dialga is an exceptionally strong Pokémon to use in Master League. As to, its TDO is astonishing versus mythical beast type assault supervisors with winged serpent type moves, yet pixie types like Togekiss (that currently approach Charm) can likewise do the work. By and large, an absolute necessity have Pokémon to add to your crew.
Zekrom and Reshiram are awesome strike assailants. They are the best non-shadow (and non-uber) electric and fire type assailants, separately.
These Pokémon are amazing targets for lucky trades, but let’s take a look at some very interesting alternatives:
|Yes (Lick, Psychic)||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (Outrage)||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (Smack Down)||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (Rock Wrecker)||No (Yes if shiny)|
|Yes (Thunder Shock)||Yes|
Shadow Claw or Lick (L) Gengar has one of the highest ghost-type DPS in the game as of now.
Shock Salamence’s exhibition is phenomenal. It’s great to such an extent that it can rival Rayquaza (and you won’t require interesting confections to control it up).
Smack Down Tyranitar has been the best stone sort assailant for some time. Presently, it has been beated by Rampardos and Rhyperior with regards to DPS. Notwithstanding, SD Tyranitar is still extremely helpful as a stone sort aggressor, and it is truth be told one of the most amazing Pokémon for Team GO Rocket Battles, so remember that!
Raikou is one of the most incredible electric sort Pokémon. Zekrom beats it as an electric kind assailant and Electivire is an exceptionally good non-unbelievable contender (meaning you don’t have to spend uncommon confections to control it up), so ordinary Raikou isn’t so significant as it used to be. Shadow Raikou then again is an astonishing strike aggressor!
Palkia is an exceptionally strong mythical beast type aggressor (not 4x powerless to ice type moves), yet it doesn’t approach Outrage. Extraordinary winged serpent type aggressor, yet not exactly worth the venture because of how much incredible mythical beast type assailants out there (comparative execution to the non-unbelievable elective Outrage Salamence)
Drillbur and Excadrill are more straightforward to get, however that doesn’t make them futile by any stretch of the imagination. Truth be told, on account of Drill Run, Excadrill bargains a greater number of DPS than Groudon as a ground type assailant. Be that as it may, Groudon is a superior generally speaking assailant, as it has much better TDO. However, remember that Landorus-T might beat them both when it is delivered!
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Darmanitan (and Galarian Darmanitan) are extraordinary fire and ice type aggressors individually. In the event that you really want a decent fire or ice type aggressor, include them!
Rhyperior is an astounding stone sort assailant, beating Tyranitar yet beneath Rampardos. Twofold moving a Rhyperior is certainly not a poorly conceived notion by any means, all you’ll require is to utilize a Fast TM to go from Mud Slap (if you need to involve it as a ground type aggressor) to Smack Down (to involve it as a stone sort assailant). Its charge moves in PvE should be Rock Wrecker (L) and Earthquake.
Thunder Shock Zapdos is additionally an extraordinary electric sort assailant. Still outmatched by Raikou and Zekrom, yet most certainly an extraordinary aggressor to add to your setup.
Heatran is additionally a decent assault assailant. Not the most ideal fire type aggressor out there, yet its astounding composing makes it a decent Pokémon on account of its TDO.
Lastly, a few different options you could consider assuming that none of those persuade you or on the other hand on the off chance that you have a lot of them as of now:
- Swinub/Piloswine/Mamoswine (incredible ice type assailant, it obliterates mythical serpent/flying sort Pokémon however Swinub isn’t exactly an intriguing generate these days, we previously had a Swinub CD and Swinub likewise settles)
- Roselia/Roserade (best non-mega and non-shadow grass type aggressor, however Roselia is very normal in nature)
- Krabby/Kingler (best non-shadow and non-uber water-type DPS with Crabhammer, however it is a “typical” generate contingent upon where you live)
- Dragonite (generally excellent winged serpent type assailant however it is outflanked by different mythical beasts. However, not terrible as an exercise center protector (gave it has Outrage))
We have an article by BinetCauchy that you might find interesting regarding this topic, and you can find it here. However, I’ll try to sum it all up and split the content in different sections to cover all leagues:
You already know that in Master League (and Master Premier) there is no CP limit. Thus, you want to have 100% IV Pokémon. The following list recaps what’s good in that league, so that you have an idea of what to seek out:
|Fast Move||Charge Move||2nd Charge Move|
|No||Yes||Dragon Breath||Draco Meteor||Iron Head|
|No||No||Mud Shot||Outrage||Earthquake or Sand Tomb|
|Yes (Hydro Cannon)||No||Mud Shot||Hydro Cannon||Earthquake|
|No||Yes||Mud Shot||Earthquake||Solar Beam or Fire Blast|
|No||Yes||Thunder Shock||Rock Slide||Superpower|
|Yes (Earthquake)||Yes||Incinerate||Brave Bird||Earthquake|
|No||Yes||Dragon Breath||Crunch||Wild Charge|
|No||Yes||Mud Shot||Rock Slide||Earth Power|
|No||No||Dragon Breath||Dragon Claw||Hurricane or Outrage|
|No||No||Charm||Ancient Power||Flamethrower or Aerial Ace|
|Yes (Rock Wrecker)||No||Mud Slap||Rock Wrecker||Surf or Superpower|
|No||Yes||Waterfall||Surf||Blizzard or Thunder|
|Yes (Meteor Mash)||No||Bullet Punch||Meteor Mash||Earthquake|
|No||No||Spark||Wild Charge||Mirror Shot|
|No||No||Lick||Body Slam||Superpower, Outrage or Earthquake|
|No||Yes||Thunder Shock||Wild Charge||Shadow Ball|
|Yes (Smack Down)||No||Smack Down or Bite||Stone Edge||Crunch|
|Yes (Psystrike or Shadow Ball)||Yes||Psycho Cut||Psystrike||Focus Blast|
|Yes (Aeroblast)||Yes||Dragon Tail||Sky Attack||Aeroblast|
|Yes (Aqua Tail)||No||Dragon Breath||Crunch||Aqua Tail|
|No||Yes||Fire Spin||Iron Head||Stone Edge or Flamethrower|
|Yes (Ancient Power)||No||Powder Snow||Avalanche||Ancient Power or Bulldoze|
Some of them are legacy Pokémon and some of them are still obtainable. My advice would be to seek out those that are legacy because they cannot be obtained anymore unless you trade or a special event comes out in the future. Best of luck with the IV rerolls!
Dissimilar to in the Master League, here there is a CP limit. In this way, it wouldn’t check out to cover all that is great in that association however those Pokémon that maximum out near 2500CP.
Why? Indeed, in light of the fact that you need to decrease how much stardust expected to drive them up and getting them by means of fortunate exchanges is certainly smart. What’s more, on the off chance that they really do maximize above 2500CP, we’ll attempt to just recommend the ones who wouldn’t lose a lot of presentation from a non-ideal IV spread (for example – Those who maximize above 2500CP yet not a lot higher).
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With the new level cap coming up soon, the rundown will be brimming with Pokémon that you’ve found in Great League previously. However, look out, this isn’t Great League! Here are a few ideas for Ultra League and Ultra Premier:
|Fast Move||Charge Move||2nd Charge Move|
|Yes (Last Resort)||No||Snarl||Foul Play||Last Resort|
|No||No||Mud Shot||Rock Slide||Earthquake|
|No||No||Air Slash||Brave Bird||Sky Attack|
|No||No||Snarl||Foul Play||Shadow Ball|
|No||No||Dragon Breath||Sky Attack||Dragon Pulse|
|No||No||Counter||Power-Up Punch||Foul Play|
The main association, at any rate assuming we consider how much competitions and cups held at this point. The accompanying waitlist includes the most ideal fortunate exchanges to save stardust while as yet getting an extremely ideal IV spread (generally speaking you could actually get the most ideal one).
On account of the new level cap, you can now disregard Sableye, Medicham and Bastiodon (the old fortunate exchange suggestions for Great League as they maximized just under 1500 CP). The additional levels permit them to maximize over the 1500 CP cap and hence their ideal PVP IV spreads have changed. So here’s the new rundown:
|Fast Move||Charge Move||2nd Charge Move|
|Yes (Body Slam)||No||Lick||Body Slam||Power Whip|
|Purified (Return)||No||Counter||Return||Mirror Coat|
A few coaches need to finish the fortunate dex (every section as a fortunate Pokémon except for those that can’t be exchanged, for example, legendary Pokémon). Those coaches ought to principally zero in on acquiring territorial Pokémon through exchanges on account of the restricted accessibility they have. Besides, other intriguing Pokémon to search out are unbelievable Pokémon (on the grounds that you can’t mass exchange them). What’s more, when those are in the dex, the excess exchanges can simply be ordinary fortunate exchanges until the fortunate dex is filled.
Concerning trackers, things get somewhat more troublesome. Some gleaming Pokémon are truly simple to get (either on the grounds that they had a Community Day where their sparkly chances were supported or on the grounds that they have been highlighted in a few occasions and consequently how much them you could get is altogether higher), while some others are undeniably challenging to get (for example – glossy regionals, sparkly children, exceptional structures, for example, blossom crown Eevee or Pikachu, and numerous others whose gleaming or produce rate was extremely restricted).
As I would see it, the most troublesome ones ought to be the principle focus for this sort of mentors. However, be ready, since you’ll likely have to offer an extremely uncommon Pokémon as a trade off as well!
Lastly, heritage move authorities. Truth be told, out of the tremendous measure of heritage Pokémon reachable in the game, only a couple should be controlled up. For instance, Brine Omanyte is practically pointless in this game, while Meteor Mash Metagross is an exceptionally valuable assailant. As I would see it, meta-important Pokémon ought to be focused on to get them through fortunate exchanges. Why? Since the central matter of fortunate Pokémon is to save assets while driving up. In the event that you don’t plan to spend stardust on them, you should do an ordinary exchange to get them.
We heard your feedback and also included the list of Mega Evolutions in Pokémon GO:
|Mewtwo (Mega X)||Mewtwo (Mega Y)|
|Scizor (Mega)||Pinsir (Mega)|
|Alakazam (Mega)||Tyranitar (Mega)||Sceptile (Mega)|
|Blaziken (Mega)||Swampert (Mega)||Gardevoir (Mega)|
|Mawile (Mega)||Aggron (Mega)||Sableye (Mega)|
|Manectric (Mega)||Salamence (Mega)||Medicham (Mega)|
|Kyogre (Primal)||Groudon (Primal)||Rayquaza (Mega)|
|Latias (Mega)||Latios (Mega)||Camerupt (Mega)|
|Sharpedo (Mega)||Altaria (Mega)||Banette (Mega)|
|Absol (Mega)||Glalie (Mega)||Metagross (Mega)|
|Lopunny (Mega)||Garchomp (Mega)||Lucario (Mega)|
|Abomasnow (Mega)||Gallade (Mega)||Audino (Mega)|
|Slowbro (Mega)||Kangaskhan (Mega)|
|Heracross (Mega)||Gyarados (Mega)||Aerodactyl (Mega)|