Delphox Tera Raid Best Counters Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In our Delphox Tera Raid Best Counters Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide, we are going to tell you which Pokemon to use in the seven-star battle. We will also explain how you should build them for optimal results. As is the case with all other seven-star Raids, the fight against Delphox is going to be no joke. Still, if you have the right counter, it shouldn’t be that big of a problem. Let’s begin.

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Delphox Tera Raid Best Counters Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Best Counters for Delphox Tera Raid Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

One of the best counters to use in the seven-star Delphox Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is Ceruledge. Ideally, you want its Tera Type to be Steel (Fire will also do) and its Nature to be Adamant. Its HP and ATK should be at 252 (through Hyper Training), and naturally, the Pokemon should be at level 100. You’ll want the Ceruledge’s Ability to be Flash Fire and you ought to give it the Shell Bell to hold. As for the moveset, the ideal one would be Bitter Blade, Iron Head, Tera Blast, and Swords Dance. Bitter Blade will be your main move, while using Flash Fire and Ceruledge’s natural immunity keep you largely safe from attacks.

Another good counter for the seven-star Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Delphox Tera Raid is Armarouge. The build is fairly similar to Ceruledge, except you want its Nature to be Modest and to have its Special ATK maxed out. The moveset should include Acid Spray, Flash Cannon, Mystical Fire, and Calm Mind. One more option is Houndoom with the Poison or Fire Tera Type and the moveset of Nasty Plot, Sludge Bomb, Taunt and Mud Slap. Other than that, build it like Armarouge. Those are the three counters we’d go with, but of course, they are not the only possibilities. If you have any other ideas or preferences, let us know in the comments. I wish you the best of luck!

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