Remoraid #223

Remoraid is a pale blue aquatic Pokémon with saucer-like eyes and four pointed fangs. It has two black stripes on its back that look like the barrel of a handgun. It possesses a single pelvic fin shaped like the trigger of a revolver, two tiny pectoral fins, and a dorsal fin near its mouth shaped like the front sight of a pistol. It also features two caudal fins, the bottom of which resembles the butt of a cannon and the top of which resembles the hammer. Except for the dorsal fin, all of its fins are white.

The ability of Remoraid to spray water jets out of its mouth with extraordinary precision and distance is widely known. It does it by using its abdominal muscles, which it often employs to shoot down prey from the air, such as Burmy. Even if the target is running or flying, the water strike may reach it from over 300 feet (100 meters). As a result, Remoraid is known as the “sniper of the seas.” It can also squirt water to drive itself backward when threatened.

Remoraid like to move in huge groups of its own type or by adhering to Mantine’s fins. It adheres itself using its dorsal fin, which functions as a suction pad. When linked to a Mantine, it consumes anything the Mantine leaves behind while also fighting alongside it. A school of Remoraid is often observed cooperating and traveling with a Mantyke, assisting it in its maturation into a Mantine. Remoraid is a marine Pokémon that travels downstream from rivers, particularly when evolution is close.

Evolution family

Remoraid is part of a two-member family.

Regular

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Octillery
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Shiny

 

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#224 Octillery

Availability

  • Remoraid was released along with the main release of Johto-region Pokémon on February 16th, 2017.
  • Shiny_Pokemon_icon Shiny form of Remoraid was released at the start of Pokémon GO Tour: Johto on February 26th, 2022.
Method Maximum CP Details
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Wild
782
847

(weather boosted)
In wild since 2017 Feb 16Increased spawns in:
Pokémon GO Tour: Johto: 2022 Feb 26
Pokémon HOME Event: 2020 Nov 17 – 23
Water Festival 2019: Aug 23 – 30
Water Festival 2018: Jun 7 – 21
Earth Day 2018: Apr 22 – 30
Water Festival 2017: Mar 22 – 29
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Eggs
521 Increased chance/Previously in:
5-km – Water Festival 2019: Aug 23 – 30
5-km – 2017 Feb 16 – 2018 Spring
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Research tasks
391 Field Research:
Battle in a raid: Hisuian Discoveries
Take a snapshot of a wild Water-type Pokémon: 2022 May

Best moveset for Remoraid

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Remoraid’s greatest attacks are Water Gun and Water Pulse. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Water Gun 12 dps
  Water Pulse 26.3 dps

Defense 

  Mud Shot 8.3 dps
  Water Pulse 26.3 dps

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Mud Shot 5 11.7 8.3
 Water Gun 5 10 12
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Water Pulse 70 -15.6 26.3
 Aurora Beam 80 -14.1 22.5
 Rock Blast 50 -15.7 23.8

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

Pokemon Remoraid – Pokemon of the second generation, ranked 223 in the Pokedex… It is an aquatic creature that dwells in the Jhoto area. Consume 50 candies The Remoraid Pokémon evolves into Octillery.

 

How to find and catch the Remoraid Pokémon?

The Remoraid Pokémon may be found near any body of water, including the shores of ponds, rivers, and oceans, as well as near marshes. In the city, look for him in fountains, pools, and water parks.

Pokemon Remoraid occurs rather seldom on the map. It may sometimes be developed from an egg or spotted during an event.

 

One of the numerous creatures that may be collected in Pokemon Go is the Pokemon Remoraid. Here are the criteria for developing Remoraid. Remoraid is a second generation Johto Pokémon introduced in the 2017 Update.

#223 Remoraid Info

Type Candy Needed to Evolve
Water 50 Remoraid Candy

Evolution

  • Evolves into: Octillery
  • Evolves from: None
  • Hatches from: Egg (5KM)

Combat Moves

To use combat moves, touch the screen while in battle, 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
Water Gun Water 10
Mud Shot Ground 9
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Aurora Beam Ice 80 2
Water Pulse Water 70 2
Rock Blast Rock 50 2