Kleavor arrives in Pokémon GO to give us the chance to take him on in a challenging three-star Raid.
With the recent controversy surrounding Raids and the praise for a new mechanic, the community has shown that they are always interested in all sorts of new things. Kleavor is one of them, as he will be available for a limited time as a raid boss.
However, you will need to know in depth Kleavor in Pokémon GO if you don’t want to be surprised during the confrontation.
Meet Kleavor in Pokémon GO
Kleavor has arrived in Pokémon GO as Hisui’s evolution of Scyther, though only through Raids.
Kleavor It is a Bug and Rock-type Pokémon, weak to Water, Rock, Steel, and Fighting-type attacks. On the other hand, it is resistant to Fire, Ice, Flying and Bug types.
As for his stats, he can be quite a pain in the ass with a attack of 253a Defense of 174 y HP of 172. Let’s not forget that he will have a significant increase of up to 22,106 CP during the Raid, so don’t underestimate him.
The fast movements you can learn Klevor and Pokémon GO are the following:
- Air Slash (Flying)
- Quick Attack (Normal)
And these are all his charged moves:
- Avalanche (Rock)
- Sharp Rock (Rock)
- Scissor X (Bug)
Taking the above into account, we hope that a well-prepared player can single-handedly defeat this Raid boss. Or you can go in groups of three for a sure win.
Best counters to defeat Kleavor in Pokémon GO
Now that you know thoroughly Kleavor in Pokémon GO, it’s time to choose between your best counters. Try to focus on Pokemon that take advantage of Kleavor’s weaknesses and at the same time get the STAB multiplier.
Remember that your chances of winning will increase if you use powered-up versions of these Pokémon. This includes Mega, XL size and Dark versions whenever possible. With them you will do more damage, although they are more expensive and difficult to acquire. You can find a guide on the Pokémon GO Mega Evolutions in this link.
These are the best Pokémon and movements that will make you counter a Kleavor in his Pokemon GO Inclusion:
- Kyogre: Waterfall and Surfing
- Dialga: Metal Claw and Iron Head
- Terrakion: Anti-aircraft and Avalanche
- Swampert: Water gun and Hydrocannon
- Blastoise: Water Gun and Hydrocannon
- Rampardos: Anti-Aircraft and Avalanche
- Rhyperior: Anti-Aircraft and Rockbreaker
- Genesect (HidroROM): Metal claw and Techno shock (Water)
- Kingler: Bubble and Hammer
- Empoleon: Metal Claw and Hydrocannon
- Sharpedo: Bite and Hydro Pump
- Melmetal: Thundershock and Double Ironfist
- Feraligatr: Water Gun and Hydrocannon
If you have a chance to run Primal Kyogre, Mega Swampert, or Mega Blastoise, you won’t have a problem with the Raid.
Can you catch Kleavor Shiny?
After the challenging fight against Kleavor in Pokémon GO, you will have a chance to capture it. And it will not only be available in its normal version, but also in its Shiny variant, although only if you are lucky enough to find it.
Unlike scarlet and purple, Pokémon GO it does not have a mechanic to improve your Shiny odds. Therefore, you will need to face and defeat this boss multiple times until you find his variante Shiny. The good news is that the chance is 1/20 on level 5+ Raids, instead of 1/500 on regular encounters.
you can capture Kleavor in the Raid with a CP between 1717 and 1798 (or between 2147 and 2247 under Partly Cloudy or Rainy weather improvement).