Pokemon GO Master Premier Classic Best Pokemon & Teams, Season 11

In our Pokemon GO Master Premier League Classic Best Pokemon & Teams, Season 11 guide, we’re going to do a bit of a deep dive into the upcoming May 2022 PvP team. First off, we’ll give you a list of some of the best combatants to use in the Master Premier League Classic. Afterwards, we’ll also put together a few teams that should work really well. Let’s begin.

pokemon go master premier classic best pokemon & teams season 11
Pokemon GO Master Premier Classic Best Pokemon & Teams, Season 11

Best Pokemon for Master Premier League Classic in Pokemon GO May 2022

Before we get into the best Pokemon for the Pokemon GO May 2022 Master Premier League Classic “cup,” let’s remind ourselves of which Pokemon you can use. For starters, there is no limit on CP, which is nice. However, you can’t use any Legendary or Mythical Pokemon, nor any creature powered up using Candy XL. That actually narrows the pool fairly significantly. In the list below, we’ll give you some ideas on which Pokemon to use in this PvP event. If you have better suggestions, let us know in the comments.

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  • Gyarados (Shadow or regular) with Dragon Breath, Aqua Tail, Crunch
  • Dragonite (Shadow or regular) with Dragon Breath, Dragon Claw, Hurricane
  • Metagross (Shadow or regular) with Bullet Punch, Meteor Mash, Earthquake
  • Snorlax (Shadow or regular) with Lick, Body Slam, Superpower
  • Exacdrill with Mud Shot, Drill Run, Rock Slide
  • Florges with Vine Whip, Disarming Voice, Moonblast
  • Garchomp with Mud Shot, Sand Tomb, Outrage
  • Avalugg with Ice Fang, Avalanche, Body Slam
  • Togekiss with Charm, Ancient Power, Flamethrower
  • Sylveon with Charm, Moonblast, Psyshock

Pokemon GO Master Premier League Classic Best Teams

So, those are the Pokemon we think are best for the Pokemon GO Master Premier League Classic event in May 2022, but what about the best teams? Well, you want to make a group that is going to be good at handling as many different types of attack as possible. In other words, you don’t want to make a team that has Pokemon that are all of one type, for example. So, once again, we’ll provide a few recommendations in the list below. Feel free to share your team preferences in the comments, too.

  • Exacdrill, Gyarados, Avalugg
  • Exacdrill, Gyarados, Sylveon
  • Togekiss, Metagross, Exacdrill
  • Gyarados, Snorlax, Metagross or Excadrill
  • Metagross or Excadrill, Gyarados or Dragonite, Garchomp
  • Dragonite, Snorlax, Metagross
  • Metagross, Snorlax, Garchomp
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