How to beat Cliff in Pokemon GO in November 2021, including new Pokemon | MCU Times

How to beat Cliff in Pokemon GO in November 2021, including new Pokemon

Team GO Rocket’s fearsome leader Cliff is back to wreak havoc in November 2021, and he has a strong pack of Pokemon with him.

Him and his Team GO Rocket comrades will show up throughout November and even more often during the Festival of Lights event. It’s just that this event also means that Cliff has changed his line of Pokemon.

To help you, here’s our guide on how to take Cliff down, including the best counters for each of his various Pokemon.

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Which Pokemon does Cliff use?

IN Pokemon GO, Cliff can have a combination of seven different Pokémon that always start with Seedot.

The full seven Pokemon and their orders are below:

Cliff has a total of seven different Pokemon he can bring into combat. They are as follows:

Slot One

Slot to

Slot three

  • Arcanine
  • Charizard
  • Tyranitar

HOW TO BEAT CLIF IN NOVEMBER 2021 – BEST COUNTERS

Here are counters and weaknesses for each and every one of Cliff’s best Pokemons, including his Sharpedo, Torterra, and Tyranitar. The counters are all listed in order of efficiency with their best moveset:

Slot One: Grimer – (Weaknesses = Earth and mental)

  • Mewtwo – Confusion / Psystrike
  • Mega Gengar – Hex / sludge bomb
  • Hoopa – Confusion / mental
  • Landorus – Extra-sensory / earthquake
  • Latios – Zen headache / mental
  • Metagross – Zen headache / mental
  • Excadrill – Mud / Earthquake
  • Garchomp – Dredging / Earthquake

Slot 2: Crobat – (Weaknesses = electric, ice, mental and rock)

  • Mega Manectric – Charge Beam / Wild Charge
  • Mega Ampharos – Volt Switch / Zap Cannon
  • Mewtwo – Confusion / Psystrike
  • Mega Gengar – Hex / sludge bomb
  • Zekrom – Charge Beam / Wild Charge
  • Rampardos – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Therian Thundurus – Volt contact / thunder cold
  • Rhyperior – Smack Down / Rock Wrecker
  • Hoopa – Confusion / mental
  • Metagross – Zen headache / mental
  • Raikou – Volt switch / wild charge

Slot 2: Machamp – (Weakness = fairy, flying and mental)

  • Mega Pidgeot – Gust / Brave Bird
  • Mewtwo – Confusion / mental
  • Mega Gengar – Candy / sludge bomb
  • Hoopa – Confusion / mental
  • Latios – Zen headache / mental
  • Moltres – Wing Attack / Sky Attack
  • Ho-Oh – Extra-sensory / brave bird
  • Alakazam – Confusion / mental
  • Lugia – Extrasensory / Aeroblast
  • Espeon – Confusion / mental
  • Rayquaza – Air Slash / Hurricane

Slot 2: Venusaur – (Weaknesses = Fire / Fly / Ice and mental)

  • Mega Charizard X / Y – Fire Spin / Blast Burn
  • Mega Pidgeot – Gust / Brave Bird
  • Mega Houndoom – Fire trap / flamethrower
  • Reshiram – Fire trap / overheating
  • Mewtwo – Confusion / mental
  • Magmortar – Fire Spin / Fire Blast
  • Moltres – Fire Spin / Sky Attack
  • Tornadus – Air Slash / Hurricane
  • Ho-Oh Burn / brave bird
  • Heatran – Fire Spin / Fire Blast
  • Rayquaza – Air Slash / Hurricane

Slot three: Arcanine – (Weaknesses = Soil, rock and water)

  • Mega Blastoise – Water pistol / Hydro cannon
  • Mega Gyarados – Waterfall / Hydropump
  • Rhyperior – Mud / Rock Wrecker
  • Kyogre – Waterfall / Hyrdo pump
  • Rampardos – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Garchomp – Dredging / Earthquake
  • Landorus – Dredging / Earthquake
  • Terracion – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Swampert – Shotgun / Hydrocanon

Slot three: Charizard – (Weaknesses = electrical, rock x4 and water)

  • Rampardos – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Rhyperior – Smack Down / Rock Wrecker
  • Terracion – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Mega Blastoise – Water pistol / Hydro cannon
  • Mega Manectric – Charge Beam / Wild Charge
  • Mega Gyarados – Waterfall / Hydropump
  • Tyranitar – Smack Down / Stone Edge
  • Gigalith – Smack Down / Rock Slide
  • Aerodactyl – Stone throwing / Stone shooting

Slot three: Tyranitar – (Weaknesses = Bug, Fairy, Fighting x4, Grass, Soil, Steel, Water)

  • Mega Lopunny – Low Kick / Focus Blast
  • Lucario Counter / Aura Ball
  • Conkeldurr – Counter / Dynamic Punch
  • Mega Blastoise – Water pistol / Hydro cannon
  • Machamp – Counter / Dynamic Punch
  • Hariyama – Counter / Dynamic Punch
  • Sirfetch’d Counter-combat / melee
  • Breloom – Counter / Dynamic Punch
  • Blaziken – Counter / Focus Blast

Which Pokemon should you bring?

If we were to tackle Cliff after his relocation in November 2021, the following are Pokemons we would take with us.

  • Mewtwo
  • Mega Pidgeot
  • Rampardos

This trio covers a number of weaknesses across most of Cliff’s various Pokemon. This is the best technique you should use.

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