Best Entei Raid Counters for Johto Event 2022
The Pokemon Go Johto tour event will take place this weekend on February 26th from 9 am to 9 pm local time. During the event, both trainers who purchase an event ticket and those who are playing on Saturday will have the opportunity to catch Pokemon first found in the Johto region. During the event, trainers will have a higher chance to encounter shiny versions of the Johto Pokemon. Johto tour event ticket holders will have an increased chance beyond the normal amount based on the side they choose (Gold/Silver). During the event, trainers will receive additional raid passes. While the event is ongoing, Ho-OH, Lugia, Raikou, Suicune, and Entei raids will spawn.
- Entei is a fire-type Pokemon.
- It is weak to ground, rock, and water-type moves.
- Entei’s Raid CP is 41758
- Entei’s Base HP is 251
- Its Attack is 235 and Defense is 171
- The Base catch CP is between 1900 to 1984
- The Boosted Catch CP is between 2375 to 2480
- It is Weather Boosted by sunny weather
- Its fast moves can be Fire Spin & Fire Fang
- Its Charged moves can be Overheat, Iron Head Flamethrower, & Fire Blast
Entei’ Raid Counters
Going into the Entei Raid, trainers will need Pokemon with a high defensive or HP stat or fast water attacks. Overall, the Entei raid is an average difficulty Legendary Pokemon raid to take down in Pokemon Go with a well-rounded team. The raid can be easily completed by a team of 2 to 4 trainers; a team of 2 to 6 trainers will make it easier but makes for a better completionist bonus. Using Mega Pokemon such as Mega Blastoise or Mega Gyarados will make trainer’s lives easier. Ultimately, you will want to use Rock, Ground, and Water-type Pokemon. Be careful, because the raid can be difficult if using grass, steel, or ice-type Pokemon.
Here are the best counters to overcoming the Entei raid. Some of these recommendations can be substituted out for Pokemon with type advantage or a better move set.
- Mega Blastoise – Water Gun & Hydro Cannon
- Rampardos – Smack Down & Rock Slide
- Kyogre – Waterfall & Hydro Pump
- Rhyperior – Mud-Slap & Rock Wrecker
- Garchomp – Mud Shot & Earthquake
- Kingler – Bubble & Crabhammer
- Mega Aerodactyl – Rock Throw & Rock Slide
- Mega Gyarados – Waterfall & Hydro Pump
- Mega Slowbro – Water Gun & Water Pulse
- Terrakion – Smack Down & Rock Slide
- Swampert – Water Gun & Hydro Cannon
- Landorus – Mud Shot & Earthquake
- Groudon – Mud Shot & Earthquake
- Clawitzer – Water Gun & Crabhammer
- Samurott – Waterfall & Hydro Cannon
- Feraligatr – Water Gun & Hydro Cannon
- Empoleon – Waterfall & Hydro Cannon
- Palkia – Dragon Tail & Hydro Pump
- Tyranitar – Smack Down & Stone Edge
With these choices, taking down the Entei raid should be a walk in the park. A team of two high-level trainers should be able to take down the raid with ease. Trainers will have the chance to encounter a Shiny Entei if they are lucky.