Pokemon Go Sierra : How to Beat & Best counters
Players can now encounter Team Go Rocket Leaders – Cliff, Arlo & Sierra as they are currently live in the game. The entry of Team Go Rocket leaders & Giovanni has been appreciated by Pokemon Go fans & players.
Pokemon Go players can encounter Team Go Rocket Leaders by collecting six mysterious components that can be obtained by defeating Team Go Rocket Grunts. The collection of six mysterious components will craft a Rocket Radar.
Rocket Radar or Detector will help players to sniff out Team Go Rocket leaders and send players to a new map. Once players will defeat Team Go Rocket leader, Rocket Radar or detector will be consumed.
Players will also receive Unova stone or Sinnoh stone for defeating Team Go Rocket Leader. But each Go Rocket leader has some specific set of Pokemon and players are required to use a different strategy against each of them. Mentioned below are the best counters for Team Go Rocket Leader Sierra.
Pokemon 1 (Sneasel)
Machamp, Rampardos, Tyranitar, Metagross, Dialga, Moltres, Blaziken
Pokemon 2 ( Hypno, Sableye, Lapras)
Giratina (Origin Forme), Darkrai, Tyranitar, Mewtwo (w/ Shadow Ball), Metagross
Machamp, Magnezone, Raikou, Metagross
Gardevoir, Togekiss, Granbull
Pokemon 3 (Alakazam, Houndoom, Gardevoir)
Giratina (Origin Form), Darkrai, Tyranitar, Mewtwo (w/ Shadow Ball), Metagross
Machamp, Rampardos, Tyranitar, Groudon, Kyogre
Metagross, Dialga, Giratina (Origin Form), Mewtwo (w/ Shadow Ball), Roserade (w/ Poison-type attacks)
For a quick refresher, Team Go Rocket made entry to the game in the month of July 2019, and fans appreciated their addition. Team Go Rocket Grunts invaded Pokestops with Shadow Pokemon. Players were required to defeat these Grunts, and save Shadow Pokemon. To save Shadow Pokemon, they need to be purified with a process called Purification.
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