Suicune, the aurora Pokémon, is one of the legendary Pokémon you can battle in Pokémon Go raids.
Suicune, like all legendary Pokémon, appears in five-star raids and, to defeat it, you may need to team up with other players. Thanks to the power of Remote Raid Passes, however, you can do this from the comfort of your own home.
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Suicune counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go
Below you can find Suicune's weaknesses, along with some counter ideas, in Pokémon Go:
- Suicune type - Water-type
- Suicune is weak against - Electric and grass-types
- Suicune counters - Zapdos, Raikou, Electivire, Roserade, Tangrowth and Alolan Exeggutor
- Other Suicune notes - Start your battle against Suicune with your strongest electric-type Pokémon, before moving onto your grass-types if needed.
Suicune CP in Pokémon Go
Suicune will have the following CPs when you battle it in Pokémon Go and, hopefully, vet the chance to catch it:
- Raid Boss CP - 37,761 CP
- Maximum CP when catching Suicune - 1704 CP
- Maximum weather (Rain) boosted CP - 2130 CP
Suicune moveset in Pokémon Go
Suicune, like every Pokémon, can use a variety of Charged and Fast moves in Pokémon Go, including:
- Extrasensory (Psychic)
- Ice Fang (Ice)
- Snarl (Dark)
- Bubble Beam (Water)
- Hydro Pump (Water)
- Ice Beam (Water)
- Water Pulse (Water)
The Season of Heritage continues in 2022, along with the XP Challenge and a refreshed Go Battle League. Ongoing are Arlo, Cliff, Sierra counters and Giovanni counters. The major updates in the previous year include a level cap increase, the introduction of XL Candy, boosts to some XP sources and the addition of Platinum Medals.
Everything else we know about Suicune in Pokémon Go
This legendary trio was created by Ho-Oh, the trio's master, after a series of disastrous events occurred in the Burnt Tower of Ecruteak City in the Johto region. The tower was, first, struck by lightning, which started a fire. This fire was ultimately put out by the rain and wind.
The legendary beasts are believed to embody these three events, but what Ho-Oh actually created them from is unknown. A popular fan theory, however, is that they are reincarnations or revived forms of the original three Eeveelutions - Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon.
Suicune was also the mascot Pokémon for Pokémon Crystal and had its own storyline within the game, which was reworked slightly in Pokémon Soulsilver and Heartgold.
Good luck catching Suicune in Pokémon Go!