Pokemon GO Regidrago Weakness 2023

Knowing what the Pokemon GO Regidrago weakness is going to be useful pretty soon, since there will be a Regidrago Raid Hour on July 26th, 2023. Regidrago is nothing to sneeze at, so coming in prepared is highly recommended. By that, I mean that you need to bring in Pokemon that can exploit the boss’s weaknesses. In this guide, we are going to talk about what Regidrago is weak and strong against and give you a list of Pokemon to have in the battle.

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pokemon go regidrago weakness 2023
Pokemon GO Regidrago Weakness 2023

Regidrago Weakness Pokemon GO 2023

Regidrago actually has more than one weakness in Pokemon GO in 2023; more precisely, it has three. If you are planning to get into a fight with the dragon-type member of the Regi- family, bring Pokemon that can do Ice-, Dragon- or Fairy-type damage. These do 160% damage to Regidrago. On the other hand, you should stay away from Fire, Grass, Electric and Water attacks, because those do only 63% damage. There are plenty of Ice and Dragon Pokemon you can use in the fight, and while Fairy-types that are any good fighting are pretty rare, there are one or two. All put together, you actually have quite a variety of Pokemon to choose from. With all of that said, here’s a list of the best Regidrago counters to bring to this fight.

  • Primal Groudon with Dragon Tail and Precipice Blades
  • Rayquaza (ideally Mega) with Dragon Tail and Outrage / Breaking Swipe
  • Gardevoir (Mega or Shadow) with Charm and Dazzling Gleam
  • Rayquaza with Dragon Tail and Outrage / Breaking Swipe
  • Dialga with Dragon Breath and Draco Meteor
  • Mega Salamence (or any version) with Dragon Tail and Outrage / Draco Meteor
  • Garchomp with Dragon Tail and Outrage
  • Zekrom with Dragon Breath and Outrage
  • Reshiram with Dragon Breath and Draco Meteor
  • Palkia with Dragon Tail and Draco Meteor
  • Kyurem (any version) with Dragon Breath and Blizzard
  • Haxorus with Dragon Tail and Breaking Swipe
  • Latias (Mega or Shadow) with Dragon Breath and Outrage
  • Latios (Mega or Shadow) with Dragon Breath and Dragon Claw
  • Mamoswine (Shadow or regular) with Powder Snow and Avalanche
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