Conquer Mega Gardevoir Solo in Pokemon GO Mega Raids: A Trainer’s Guide

The first phase of September 2023’s Pokemon GO events has come and gone, but fear not, fellow trainers, because a new Mega Raid is here to keep the excitement alive! Mega Gardevoir, the graceful and powerful creature that captured our hearts back in February 2023, has returned to the mobile game, and it’s ready to put up a dazzling show in Mega Raids.

So, grab your Poke Balls and get ready, because from 10 am local time on September 16, 2023, to 10 am local time on October 6, 2023, Mega Gardevoir will be taking the stage once again. If you missed out on this spectacle the first time around, now’s your chance to join in on the fun!

While these raids are bound to attract a flurry of eager trainers, there’s a catch – regional differences in participation might leave some players without enough raid partners. If you find yourself in this predicament, you might be contemplating going solo. But before you embark on this courageous journey, here are a few things to consider.

Mega Gardevoir: A Challenging Pokemon GO Raid

First and foremost, tackling Mega Gardevoir alone won’t be a walk in the park. This Fairy- and Psychic-type Pocket Monster has its strengths and weaknesses. It’s weak against Ghost-, Poison-, and Steel-type attacks but boasts resistances against Dragon, Fighting, and Psychic-type moves. So, if you’re thinking of going solo, make sure your team packs a punch.

Mega Gardevoir comes armed with an impressive Attack stat of 326, making it quite the offensive powerhouse. Its Defense is nothing to scoff at either, sitting at a respectable 229. However, it’s not all doom and gloom for solo raiders because Mega Gardevoir’s Stamina stat is relatively low, with only 169 HP. So, even with its mighty 50,532 CP as a Mega Raid boss, it won’t take as many hits to bring it down.

When it comes to moves, Mega Gardevoir has some tricks up its sleeve. Its Fast Attack options include Confusion, Charge Beam, and Charm, while its Charged Attacks feature Psychic, Shadow Ball, and Dazzling Gleam.

Now, let’s talk strategy. The top counters to Mega Gardevoir are Shadow Metagross and Shadow Scizor. If you’re up against Psychic or Dazzling Gleam, Shadow Metagross is your go-to, as it resists both of these moves. However, if Mega Gardevoir throws Shadow Ball your way, Shadow Scizor is the better choice.

Mastering Mega Gardevoir: Best Strategies for Solo Play

For maximum success, assemble a team of five maxed-out (level 50) Shadow Metagross with Bullet Punch and Meteor Mash. To sweeten the deal, bring along a Mega Evolved Pokemon to boost your damage output and earn extra candy.

Mega Aggron, Mega Steelix with Iron Tail and Heavy Slam, or Mega Scizor with Bullet Punch and Iron Head are solid choices for Mega Evolution. Weather Boost can also be a game-changer, but finding snowy weather, which powers up Steel-type moves, might be a bit of a challenge.

Last but not least, ensure you’re well-stocked with 18-24 Max Revives to keep your team fighting fit. With these tips in hand, you’ll be well-prepared to take on Mega Gardevoir and claim victory in the world of Pokemon GO! Good luck, trainers!

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