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Historically, it has been far easier to obtain than the other Dragons on this tier list. After the November stat recalculation, Breloom is sometimes the superior option!
It can flex as a Fire or Water attacker, which is its boon over Dragonite. It will be useful in future Tier 5 raids, though.
Remember when Rhydon was on the attacker tier list? Rhydon remembered, so it evolved and returned with a vengeance. Thankfully it learned Smack Down, without which it would be much less usable.
But this DPS lead is rather insignificant, and Raikou is way more durable. It also has a viable 2 bar charge move with Flamethrower, which is better for gym attacking.
It has Dragon and Dark movesets that are usable but subpar. Ground but hurts vs. Thunder Shock closes that gap by a lot, but Zapdos is still not as bulky.
Alakazam is still a viable attacker with a high DPS, but its niche has shrunk given competition from Espeon. For the people that have it, EX Mewtwo is strictly better.
He can run Psychic and Grass sets that are viable in solo raids, but there are better options. Tier 4 Pokemon have usable niches, but at this point there are better options.
They are often second best or backup options. As time goes by, it faces more and more competition on both fronts. Alolan Exeggutor does better in those matchups.
When faced with a tough raid boss weak to Fire, Flareon faithfully follows its trainer to battle - no legendary raids, no research breakthroughs, and no Community Day shenanigans required.
Disregarding how difficult it is to obtain, Luxray is a great Electric attacker. Honchkrow has 2 types but for now is a 1-trick bird.
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Gym Defenders Tier List. You can learn more about the shrinking benefits of levelling Pokemon up in our Stardust Strategy. Gym strategy is currently limited in densely populated areas by the desire for a defender not to be found in the last position on a gym and at risk of being knocked off.
This is driving defenders to ignore types and simply place the highest CP Pokemon on a gym in order to push a team mate to the bottom spot and keep themselves safe.
Without any sort of forced gym diversity rule, e. Dragonite continues its rein as the dominant attacker in Pokemon Go.
With a high IV, high level Dragonite, the Pokemon defending rarely matters. His optimal movesets did change with the release of Gen 2.
Alakazam is still a similar level of no brainer to Dragonite, just no quite as strong. Again, his best moveset changed coming into Gen 2.
It hits incredibly hard. Keep in mind though that once Niantic releases Mewtwo in a Ingress style Anomaly event or quest chain, he will be directly be replaced by Mewtwo, being better in every way.
After the very large buff to Fighting moves with the roll out of Generation 2, many fighting Pokemon leapt up greatly on the best attacker list.
Combined with the release of Blissey, who like Snorlax, will require a very strong Fighting Pokemon to bring down. Heracross is currently our top pick recommendation for this spot, but he is doubly weak to flying and Machamp is a solid runner-up.
Fighting Pokemon in their best moveset and IV form will help greatly against top tier Normal defenders often found on gyms. Cloyster is still the counter for Dragonites everywhere and with the nerfing of Lapras, its position is further cemented.
Note that the moves above are his highest DPS moves in general, but for Dragonite countering, you want it having a double Ice set.
Tyranitar can be thought of as the Dragonite of Gen 2, even compared to unreleased Legendary Pokemon, it has some of the highest attack, defence and stamina stats in the game.
Well worth stardust, but a lower priority if you have been lucky with a good Dragonite. Flareon is another new addition to the list with the release of Gen 2, its stats stayed the same but its optimal moveset jumped greatly in DPS output.
It now hits harder than old tier 2 big hitters like Gengar and Rhydon. Great value Pokemon and well worth some stardust.
Rhydon was another winner out of the November rebalance. He has a lot more weaknesses than the top tier Pokemon and makes an awful defender, being decimated by any Starmie or Vaporean, but he has some of the highest DPS moves in the game paired with extremely high attack stat.
Rhydon will make short work of any fire Pokemon. We wanted to highlight a few Pokemon often mentioned in outdated tier lists that we specifically do not recommend as amongst the top attackers.
We recommend de-emphasising HP when looking for good attacking Pokemon.