Best Pokemon for 7 Star Pikachu Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet Violet

In our Best Pokemon for 7 Star Pikachu Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet Violet guide, we are going to give you some suggestions on which creatures to use in this battle. Pikachu is just an adorable electric mouse, but seven-star Raids are nothing to mess with. You have to be well-prepared if you want to emerge victorious. So, let’s dive in.

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Best Pokemon for 7 Star Pikachu Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet Violet

Best Pokemon Against 7 Star Tera Raid Pikachu in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The best Pokemon to use against Pikachu in the 7 Star Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet would be a Grass-type, ideally one that’s whose Tera type is also Grass. This is the only kind of attack that is going to be effective. Sure, its Tera type will be water, so your first instinct might be to use Electric attacks. That is not going to work, though, because Pikachu has Lightning Rod as a hidden ability. That means its pretty much entirely immune to electricity, which leaves us with Grass as the only viably option. Here are some suggestions.

  • Breloom with Swords Dance, Seed Bomb, Spore, Sunny Day
  • Arboliva with Giga Drain, Growth, Solar Beam, Sunny Day
  • Mow Rotom with Leaf Storm, Light Screen, Nasty Plot, Rest
  • Appletun with Amnesia, Apple Acid, Growth, Giga Drain (or Recover)
  • Meowscarada with Flower Trick, Grassy Terrain, Hone Claws, Worry Seed

So, those are some of the best Pokemon to use in the 7 Star Pikachu Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. If you have any other suggestions, feel free to let us know in the comments. Of course, you should customize each Pokemon to maximize its efficiency. For example, Arboliva should hold the Miracle Seed and ideally have the Modest Nature, and have Seed Sower as its ability. Appletun, on the other hand, can profit from holding a Sitrus Berry and also being of Modest Nature, as well as having Ripen as its ability.

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