How to Beat Cliff August 2022 Pokemon GO

Team Rocket has always been one of the most dangerous and constant threats in most Pokemon media. Pokemon GO is no different in this regard, with Team Rocket GO members being some of the toughest opponents you can face. This is because fights against them consist of three rounds, during which they can bring out several different Pokemon, which can also change from month to month. This is likewise the case with Cliff, and to defeat him, you will need to both know which Pokemon he will be using, as well as how best to counter them. We are going to explain how to beat Cliff in Pokemon GO this August 2022, right here.

How to Beat Cliff July 2022 Pokemon GO

How to Beat Cliff in Pokemon GO August 2022

Like Sierra, Arlo, and Giovanni, the fight against Cliff is made up of three rounds. In the first round, he will always bring out Bulbasaur. For the second round, he will either use Crobat, Venusaur, or Omastar. And in the third round, Cliff is going to battle with Swampert, Torterra, or Tyranitar. In the next section, we are going to show you how best to counter all of them.

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Pokemon GO Cliff Counters August 2022

Bulbasaur is a Grass / Poison dual-type Pokemon, so it is weak against Flying, Fire, Psychic, and Ice moves:

  • Mewtwo. Confusion / Psystrike.
  • Espeon. Confusion / Psychic.
  • Moltres. Fire Spin / Sky Attack.
  • Darmanitan. Incinerate / Overheat.
  • Blaziken. Fire Spin / Blast Burn.

In round two, you will face off against either Crobat, Venusaur, or Omastar. Let’s see Crobat first. It is a Poison / Flying dual-type, so Rock, Electric, Psychic, and Ice moves are the most effective against it:

  • Mewtwo. Confusion / Psystrike.
  • Glaceon. Ice Shard / Ice Blast.
  • Zapdos. Thunder Shock / Thunder Bolt.
  • Raikou. Thunder Shock / Wild Charge.
  • Exeggutor. Extrasensory / Psychic.

Next, Venusaur. The evolutionary form of Bulbasaur, it shares the same weaknesses to Flying, Fire, Psychic, and Ice moves:

  • Mewtwo. Confusion / Psystrike.
  • Espeon. Confusion / Psychic.
  • Moltres. Fire Spin / Sky Attack.
  • Darmanitan. Incinerate / Overheat.
  • Blaziken. Fire Spin / Blast Burn.

And – Omastar. A Rock / Water dual-type, it’s susceptible to Electric, Fighting, Ground, and Grass moves:

  • Tangrowth. Vine Whip / Power Whip.
  • Roserade. Razor Leaf / Leaf Storm.
  • Venusaur. Vine Whip / Frenzy Plant.
  • Zarude. Vine Whip / Power Whip.
  • Lucario. Counter / Aura Sphere.

In the third and final round, you will need to fight either Swampert, Torterra, or Tyranitar. We’ll begin with Swampert. A Water / Ground dual-type, it is only weak to Grass moves:

  • Tangrowth. Vine Whip / Power Whip.
  • Roserade. Razor Leaf / Leaf Storm.
  • Venusaur. Vine Whip / Frenzy Plant.
  • Zarude. Vine Whip / Power Whip.
  • Leafeon. Razor Leaf / Leaf Blade.

Next – Torterra. This Grass / Ground-type is weak to Flying, Bug, Fire, and particularly to Ice moves:

  • Jynx. Frost Breath / Ice Punch.
  • Lapras. Frost Breath / Ice Beam.
  • Glaceon. Frost Breath / Icy Wind.
  • Mewtwo. Confusion / Ice Beam.

And, finally, Tyranitar. As a Rock / Dark dual-type, it has quite a few weaknesses – Bug, Fairy, Fighting, Grass, Ground, Steel, and Water:

  • Breloom. Counter / Dynamic Punch.
  • Conkeldurr. Counter / Dynamic Punch.
  • Machamp. Counter / Dynamic Punch.
  • Blaziken. Counter / Focus Blast.
  • Sirfetch’d. Counter / Close Combat.
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