Electrode #101

Best moveset for Electrode

When attacking Pokémon in Gyms, Electrode’s best moves are Volt Switch and Thunderbolt. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Volt Switch 10.5 dps
  Thunderbolt 38.4 dps

Defense 

  Volt Switch 10.5 dps
  Discharge 31.2 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Spark 6 12.9 10.3
 Volt Switch 14 13.1 10.5
 Tackle Elite TM 5 10 10
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Hyper Beam 150 -26.3 39.5
 Discharge 65 -13.2 31.2
 Thunderbolt 80 -20 38.4
 Foul Play 70 -25 35

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

One of the numerous captureable Pokemon in Pokemon GO is the Pokemon Electrode.

#101 Electrode Info

Type Candy Needed to Evolve
         Electric               –

Combat Moves

When in battle, touch the screen to attack with combat moves, and the Pokemon will release their attacks as quickly as they can. Attacks that are repeated will fill the bars on their specific meter. When any or all of the bars are full, press and hold the screen for a few seconds to unleash a special move.
Possible Attack Moves
Name Type Damage
Volt Switch Electric 20
Spark Electric 6
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Thunderbolt Electric 80 3
Discharge Electric 65 3
Hyper Beam Normal 150 2
  • Evolves From: Voltorb

Pokemon Electrode – A first-generation pokemon ranked 101 in the Pokedex… He is a Pokémon of the electric type that dwells in the Kanto area. Voltorb has reached the end of its development.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Electrode

Max BS 2373
Атака 173
Protection 173
Resistance 155

How to find and catch Pokémon Electrode?

Pokémon Electrode may be found at universities, museums, libraries, and huge retail malls. The Electrode is more often seen in settings where electricity is present, such as industrial regions and train stations.

Pokemon Electrode occurs rather seldom on the map. It is possible to get it through evolving Pokemon Voltorb or catching it at an event.

Biology

Electrode is a spherical Pokémon with a mouth and eyes that resembles an upside-down Poké Ball. It is white on top and crimson on the bottom. As a result, many Trainers attempt to pick it up, mistaking it for an item. Electrode is shown as hollow in the Pocket Monsters Carddass Trading Cards. Because of its unexpected and explosive characteristics, it has earned the moniker “Bomb Ball.”

Electrode often lives in power plants where new energy is created, which it consumes. As a consequence, blackouts are common. Electrode travels quicker as its electric energy consumption increases. Electrode erupts in reaction to even little stimulus, either to amuse itself or because it has used too much electricity. Electrode, unlike Voltorb, can control its explosive abilities at will. It has been observed to move with the wind when full of stored power.

Electrode in Hisui similarly resembles the upside-down Poké Balls of the time, with a wooden motif on its upper half. Its eyes are big black holes within a debossed design that seem furious. Its lower half is dark crimson, with a permanent frown and a hole at the bottom. Surprisingly, its surface texture resembles that of an Apricorn.

When furious, Hisuian Electrode may discharge an electric current equal to around 20 lightning bolts. Along with electricity, it can collect and store chlorophyll energy. It can also climb trees.

The Hisui people revere an unique Hisuian Electrode because it is one of the ten ancient Pokémon that got a blessing from Arceus. It is one of the Noble Pokémon that lives in Coronet Highlands and is guarded by Warden Melli.

Hisuian Electrode is the only Pokémon known to be able to learn the move Chloroblast.