Best Pokemon for Walking Wake Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Knowing what the best Pokemon for the Walking Wake Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are will be vital if you’re going to emerge victorious. After all, these Raids are the highest-level battles you can take part in, so you have to go in prepared. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to analyze what Walking Wake can do and how to best counter it.

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Best Pokemon for Walking Wake Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Best Pokemon For Walking Wake Tera Raid

Before we get into the best Pokemon to use in the Walking Wake Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, we have to figure out what we’re facing. Walking Wake is actually a Paradox version of Suicune. It is a level 75 dual Water / Dragon type, with a Water Tera Type. Being a Paradox, it relies mostly on Fire moves. It knows Sunny Day, Flamethrower, Hydro Steam, Dragon Pulse, and Noble Roar, and opens every battle with Sunny Day to power up its flame attack. Therefore, Grass-type Pokemon are absolutely out of the question. That leaves you with only Electric as the alternative. Well, that’s not entirely true. Allow me to explain.

Without a doubt, the best Pokemon for the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Walking Wake Tera Raid is Iron Hands. It packs an enormous punch and can take punishment with relative ease, if built correctly. We’ve written a separate guide on how to do that, so read up if you need it. Basically, as long as you have Belly Drum, Thunder Punch and/or Drain Punch, you’ll be fine. A high-level Pikachu might also prove worthy. Now, the second approach is to counter Sunny Day by having a Pokemon armed with Rain Dance. That’s where Azumarill can come in handy, since it’s a beast in any Raid. Granted, it won’t be as effective against another Water Pokemon, but it should be enough.

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