Mega Kangaskhan Weakness, Counters & Best Moveset Pokemon GO

The Pokemon GO Mega Kangaskhan weakness, counters and best moveset are valuable knowledge in general, but it’ll be especially important come May 1st, 2022. That’s when you’ll be able to enjoy the Mega Kangaskhan Raid Day event, which will take place from 11 AM to 2 PM local time. So, without further ado, let’s dive straight in.

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Mega Kangaskhan Weakness, Counters & Best Moveset Pokemon GO

Pokemon GO Mega Kangaskhan Weakness

Before we can dive into the best counters and moveset of Mega Kangaskhan in Pokemon GO, we first have to explain what its weakness is. Being a Normal-type Pokemon, it has only one, and that’s Fighting-type attacks. It only takes extra damage from those. On the other hand, it’s more resistant to Ghost attacks, so all of those are gonna have to sit the Raid Day festivities out. Other than that, you can use other types of Pokemon if you want to, but Fighting-types are definitely the way to go if you want to be as efficiently as possible. Which brings us to our next section…

Mega Kangaskhan Counters and Best Moveset in Pokemon GO

Now that we know the weakness of Pokemon GO Mega Kangaskhan, we can dive into the best counters and moveset. As we’ve said, any Fighting-type should do pretty well in these Raid Battles. In the list below, we’ll give you a few suggestions; feel free to share your own ideas in the comments below.

  • Mega Lopunny with Low Kick and Focus Blast
  • Lucario with Counter and Aura Sphere
  • Conkeldurr with Counter and Dynamic Punch
  • Machamp (Shadow or Regular) with Counter and Dynamic Punch
  • Breloom with Counter and Dynamic Punch
  • Hariyama (Shadow or Regular) with Counter and Dynamic Punch
  • Mega Gengar with Sucker Punch and Focus Blast

As for the best moveset, Mega Kangaskhan is fairly versatile. So, go with whatever works for you. It can have two Quick Moves, Low Kick (Fighting) and Mud-Slap (Ground). As for Charged attacks, the options Mega Kangaskhan offers include Outrage (Dragon), Power-Up Punch (Fighting), Crunch (Dark), Earthquake (Ground), Stomp (Normal, Legacy) and Brick Break (Fighting, Legacy).

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