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Pokémon Go Regieleki counters, weaknesses and moveset

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Regieleki is a member of the legendary Regi family from Gen 8 who debuted in Pokémon Go during April 2023.

While Regieleki debuted in Elite Raids, it is now available in five-star Raids in Pokémon Go. If you missed it the first time around, make sure you take this opportunity to add it to your Pokédex!

Below you’ll find Regieleki’s counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go to help you achieve this, along with Regieleki’s best moveset.

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Regieleki counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go

Here you’ll find Regieleki’s counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go:

  • Regieleki type - Electric-type
  • Regieleki is weak against - Ground
  • Regieleki mega counters - Primal Groudon (Mud Shot and Precipice Blades) and Mega Swampert (Mud Shot and Earthquake) Blades.
  • Regieleki counters - Groudon (Mud Shot and Precipice Blades), Garchomp (Mud Shot and Earthquake), Excadrill (Mud-Slap and Earthquake), Rhyperior (Mud-Slap and Earthquake) and Mamoswine (Mud-Slap and High Horsepower).
  • Other Regieleki notes - Ground is the way to go. Bring your strongest Primal Groudon that has Precipice Blades and put it out in front to boost your teammates’ Pokémon’s attack. Follow this up with an army of Groudon, if you have them, Garchomp if you don’t (if you did the Community Day you should hopefully have a few decent ones by now), or your strongest Ground types if all else fails!

Regieleki CP in Pokémon Go

Below you’ll find the CP ranges for Regieleki in Pokémon Go:

  • Raid Boss CP - 38,402 CP
  • Max CP for catching Regieleki - 1524 to 1602 CP
  • Max CP for weather boost (Rain) for catching Regieleki - 1905 to 2002 CP

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Regieleki moveset in Pokémon Go

While Regieleki boasts pretty impressive attack stats, its moves are shockingly poor.

Our recommended moveset for Regieleki in Pokémon Go is Thunder Shock (Fast Attack) and Thunder (Charged Attack), which is far from anything to write home about. That said, this Electric Pokémon has the potential to be great, should it get a move update, so keep an eye on which moves get released for it in future!

Here’s the complete moveset for Regieleki in Pokémon Go:

Possible Fast Moves:

  • Lock-On (Normal)
  • Thunder Shock (Electric)

Possible Charged Moves:

  • Hyper Beam (Normal)
  • Thunder (Electric)
  • Zap Cannon (Electric)

Everything else we know about Regieleki

Regieleki, along with Regidrago, first appeared in The Crown Tundra DLC for Pokémon Sword and Shield, which makes it part of Gen 8.

Regieleki is a member of the legendary titan family; sharing the braille-like eyes and the naming convention of having 'Regi' at the start of its name. It is both the smallest and lightest Pokémon in this legendary family.

Regieleki and Regidrago's debut was hinted at during the runup for the Season of Rising Heroes.

This Pokémon’s design appears to have taken inspiration from the concept of electricity itself. Regieleki’s arms resemble electric arcs - electrical breakdowns of gas which produce electrical discharge - with the bands connecting these arms to its body resembling electrical bonds. The shape of Regieleki’s body, meanwhile, is similar to that of a lightbulb, with its legs having a power-plug like appearance.

Interestingly, Regieleki has the highest base Speed stat out of any Pokémon in the mainline series of the game. Since the Speed stat doesn’t exist in Pokémon Go, however, it will lack this feature in that game.

Good luck catching Regieleki in Pokémon Go!

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