Regigigas, the colossal legendary Pokémon from the Sinnoh region, has awoken in Pokémon Go.
Regigigas was the first Pokémon to debut as part of a paid in-game event, acting as the final reward for A Colossal Discovery
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Regigigas counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go
Here's a list counters for Regigigas to help you add it to your Pokédex:
- Regigigas type: Normal
- Regigigas is weak against: Fighting-type Pokémon
- Regigigas counters: Mewtwo (Shadow), Machamp, Breloom, Hariyama, Lucario, Toxicroak and Conkeldurr
- Other Regigigas notes: Since Regigigas is a normal-type Pokémon, you should start the battle with your strongest fighting-type Pokémon. Psychic-types, like Mewtwo, can be used as backup if needed.
Regigigas CP in Pokémon Go
Regigigas should have the following CP ranges:
- Raid Boss CP - 55,480
- Normal CP range for catching Regigigas - 2,389 to 2,483
- Weather Boosted CP range (Partly Cloudy) - 2,987 to 3,104
Regigigas Moveset in Pokémon Go
Regigigas can use a variety of fast and charged moves in Pokémon Go, including:
Possible Fast Moves:
- Hidden Power (Normal)
- Zen Headbutt (Psychic)
Possible Charged Moves:
- Focus Blast (Fighting)
- Giga Impact (Normal)
- Thunder (Electric)
The Season of Mischief is here! Current events include the Season 9 of Go Battle League, the addition of Raid Achievements and the Misunderstood Mischief research quest. Shiny Ditto can also now be found in the wild and this tricky Pokémon is now appearing as new creatures! Meanwhile, the last major update saw a level cap increase - including the addition of XL Candy, boosts to some XP sources and the addition of Platinum Medals. Inkay and Malamar are now in Pokémon Go!
Everything we know about Regigigas
Eventually the people of Sinnoh became afraid of the power Regigigas wielded and sealed it within the basement of Snowpoint Temple.
This origin story is very similar to the tale of the Golem of Prague. Golems are creatures from Hebrew mythology and its believed that the citizens of Prague became so afraid of the golem that they locked it in an attic. Regigigas certainly does resemble a golem.
The creation of Regigigas could have also taken inspiration from the titans of Greek mythology. These beings were imprisoned in the underworld when they became too dangerous.