Magneton #082

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
Spark Electric 6
Thunder Shock Electric 8
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Zap Cannon Electric 140 2
Flash Cannon Steel 100 1
Magnet Bomb Steel 70 2
  • Evolves From: Magnemite

Biology Info

Magneton is a robot-like Pokémon that evolved when three Magnemite were bonded together by a strong magnetic force, yet a single Magnemite may develop when no other Magnemite are nearby. Each Magnemite is unique, having a gray spherical body, a single eye, and a gray and red-and-blue tipped horseshoe magnet on each side. The body of the uppermost Magnemite seems to contain three Phillips head screws, whilst the others appear to have just two. Magneton’s three Magnemite may be joined in a variety of ways. Magneton is often represented with one Magnemite on top and two Magnemites connected by screws on the bottom, making a triangle. In rare circumstances, as shown in 3D games like Pokémon Snap, the Magnemite are not linked at all, stay in a triangle structure at rest, and may freely move within each other’s area to make new designs. All three Magnemite in this case have three screws. Within a radius of 3,300 feet, the magnetic forces that hold the three Magnemite together are strong enough to dry out all moisture and increase the temperature by 3.6°F (2°C) (1,000 meters). It may also cause problems with technological gadgets. It studies the surrounding surroundings using strong radio waves.

Because it is made up of three Magnemite, it is about three times as strong electrically, but not three times as clever. Magneton, although being a mechanical creature, need food. Magneton’s diet is electrical currents, as shown in the anime. It is often found in rugged terrain, frequently near power stations. Magneton appears more often as sunspots flare up, owing to changes in the sun’s magnetic field. When rain clouds develop, they congregate in high regions that are vulnerable to lightning strikes. It has the ability to shape its energy into platforms and obstacles, as demonstrated in Pokémon Adventures. Despite its modern, artificial appearance, carvings of Magneton have been discovered at the Ruins of Alph, and one was shown in a flashback to the Great War of Kalos, indicating it has been around for at least 3,000 years.

 Best moveset for Magneton

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Magneton’s greatest techniques are Spark and Zap Cannon. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense

 Spark 10.3 dps
 Zap Cannon 45.4 dps

Defense

 Charge Beam 8.7 dps
 Magnet Bomb 30 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Spark 6 12.9 10.3
 Charge Beam 8 13.6 8.7
 Thunder Shock 5 13.3 10
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Flash Cannon 100 -37 44.4
 Magnet Bomb 70 -11.8 30
 Zap Cannon 140 -27 45.4
 Discharge 65 -13.2 31.2
 Frustration Shadow 10 -16.5 5
 Return Purified 35 -47.1 50

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

Pokemon Magneton is a first-generation Pokemon that ranks 82 in the Pokedex… He lives in the Kanto area and is of the electric and steel types. Magneton evolves into Pokémon Magnezone after eating 100 sweets and using the Magnetic Lure Module.

Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Magneton

Max BS 2810
Атака 223
Protection 169
Resistance 137

How to find and catch Pokemon Magneton?

Pokémon Magneton can be found in universities, museums, libraries, and large shopping malls. Magneton is most commonly found in places associated with electricity, such as industrial areas and railway stations.

Magneton does not appear on the map very often. A real chance – evolve Pokemon Magnemite or catch it at an event.

Evolution family

Magneton is part of a three-member family.

Regular

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Magnemite
#081 Magnemite

25 Magnemite_candy
Magneton Magneton #082
#082 Magneton
100 Magnetic_Lure_Module
Magnemite_candy
Magnezone
#462 Magnezone

 

Shiny

 

34.

Magnemite shiny Magneton #082
#081 Magnemite

25 Magnemite_candy
Magneton shiny Magneton #082
#082 Magneton
100 Magnetic_Lure_Module
Magnemite_candy
Magnezone shiny Magneton #082
#462 Magnezone

 

Availability

  • Magneton was released along with the game launch on July 6th, 2016.Shiny_Pokemon_icon
  • Shiny form of Magneton was released at the start of Let’s Go Celebration on November 16th, 2018.Icon_Shadow_Pokemon
  • Shadow form of Magneton was released at the start of on Team GO Rocket Leaders Disruption on November 7th, 2019.
Method Maximum CP Details
RT-Icon_Encounter
Wild
2,130
2,308

(weather boosted)
In wild since 2016 Jul 6
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Raid Battles
1,420
1,775

(weather boosted)
Tier 3 CP 19,370Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance
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Research tasks
1,065 Field Research:
Power up Pokémon 7 times: 2018 May
Special Research/Timed Research:
Charge Up – Completing 2nd part
Team_GO_Rocket_Icon
Team GO Rocket
560
923

(weather boosted)
Rescuing from Grunts:
2021 Nov 9 – 2022 Jan 24