Hisuian Braviary Raid Guide for Pokemon GO: Weaknesses and Counters - Prima Games

Hisuian Braviary Raid Guide for Pokemon GO: Weaknesses and Counters

Bring that bird down to earth with some spooks and zaps

by Daphne Fama

Hisuian Bravaiary will be taking flight in 3-Star Raids in Pokemon GO, giving high-level trainers a chance to solo this crowned aquila. But doing so will take a little preparation. Here’s your Hisuian Braviary raid guide for Pokemon GO, with all weaknesses and counters.

Hisuian Braviary Raid Guide for Pokemon GO: Weaknesses and Counters

This beautiful Psychic/Flying-Type Pokemon hasn’t been part of a raid in quite some time, so if you’re missing its Pokedex entry, get ready to gear up and take it down. And yes! Hisuian Braviary can be Shiny in Pokemon GO! It has a fantastic black coloring with a blue face plumage.

Now, let’s break down how to approach this Pokemon:

Braviary is a Tier 3 Raid Boss, with a Raid CP of 16,865, making it approachable for high-level solo trainers and trainers with a buddy in tow. It has ample weaknesses which are easy to exploit with a wide range of Pokemon. These weaknesses are:

All Hisuain Braviary Weaknesses in Pokemon GO

  • Rock (x 1.6)
  • Ghost (x 1.6)
  • Electric (x 1.6)
  • Ice (x 1.6)
  • Dark (x 1.6)

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While it’s not necessary to have the toughest, most super-effective Pokemon to clip this bird’s wings, there are a handful of Pokemon that will absolutely trounce Hisuian Braviary. They are:

The Best Counters for Hisuian Braviary in Pokemon GO

  • Mega Gengar with Lick and Shadow Ball
  • Mega Banette with Shadow Claw and Shadow Ball
  • Raikou with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
  • Magnezone with Spark and Wild Charge
  • Electivire with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
  • Mamoswine with Powder Snow and Avalanche
  • Zapdos with Thunder Shock and Thunderbolt
  • Zekrom with Charge Beam and Fusion Bolt

The higher the Pokemon is in the list, the better their chance of bringing down Braviary. In general, if you have the Shadow version of any of the listed Pokemon above, they’re preferred over their non-Shadowy brethren.

Good luck, Trainer!

Daphne Fama

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