Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid Strategy and Rewards

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Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid Strategy and Rewards

Fire Tera Hisuian Typholsion appears in the 7-Star Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid from Friday, November 3rd to Sunday, November 5th.

For players who don't have Legends: Arceus, this is their chance to to obtain a powerful Fire/Ghost Type attacker that works extremely well in competitive Sun Teams.

Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid

Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid

Ability: Frisk (Hidden)
IVs: 31 IVs in Every Stat
Nature: Modest

  • Lava Plume
  • Infernal Parade
  • Sunny Day
  • Will-O-Wisp
  • Calm Mind
  • Confuse Ray
  • Solar Beam

Hisuian Typhlosion is a strong Pokémon and is going to prove it to trainers in battle before they're able to catch it. I will enable itself with Sunny Day allowing its fire moves to become more powerful, and its Solar Beams more frequent. It goes head to head against its counters by lowering their Attack by burning with Will-O-Wisp and confusing them with Confuse Ray.

Best Metwo Tera Raid Counters

323 0220
Camerupt @ Choice Band  
Ability: Anger Point  
Tera Type: Ground  
EVs: 180 HP / 228 Atk / 100 SpD  
Adamant Nature  
- Earthquake  

430 0232
Honchkrow @ Scope Lens  
Ability: Super Luck  
Tera Type: Dark  
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SpD  
Calm Nature  
- Night Slash  

55 0276
Golduck @ Zoom Lens  
Ability: Cloud Nine  
Tera Type: Water  
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SpD  
Sassy Nature  
IVs: 0 Atk  
- Screech  

308 0157
Medicham @ Lum Berry  
Ability: Pure Power  
Tera Type: Fighting  
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SpD  
Calm Nature  
- Skill Swap

The strategy with this team is simple and orderly. Honchkrow will first use Night Slash on Camerupt to activate its Anger Point. Following this, Golduck will use Screech on the Hisuian Typhlosion to lower its Defense. Medicham will then use Skill Swap with Camerupt to give it the Huge Power ability. Now Camerupt is ready to attack and can use Earthquake to get a guaranteed One Hit KO without any teammates fainting as long as they have the correct EV build.


Besides Mewtwo itself, trainers are also guaranteed certain items and have the chance of getting others.

Base Item Drops

Exp. Candy LExp. Candy L *6

Exp. Candy XLExp. Candy XL *4

CalciumCalcium *3

CarbosCarbos *3

Fire Tera ShardFire Tera Shard *20

Fire Tera ShardFire Tera Shard *10 (Host)

TM107TM107 *1 (Once)

Ability PatchAbility Patch *1 (Once)

Random Item Drops

Exp. Candy LExp. Candy L *3 (15%)

Exp. Candy LExp. Candy L *5 (23%)

Rare CandyRare Candy *2 (10%)

CalciumCalcium *3 (5%)

CarbosCarbos *3 (5%)

Star PieceStar Piece *2 (10%)

Comet ShardComet Shard *1 (2%)

NuggetNugget *2 (5%)

Modest MintModest Mint *1 (3%)

PP UpPP Up *1 (5%)

Bottle CapBottle Cap *1 (4%)

Fire Tera ShardFire Tera Shard *10 (5%)

Ability CapsuleAbility Capsule *1 (2%)

Ability PatchAbility Patch *1 (1%)

Exp. Candy XLExp. Candy XL *2 (5%)

There are plenty of great rewards up for grabs, and trainers can get almost as many as they'd like if they battle in the Tera Raid enough times.

Hisuian Typhlosion Tera Raid Strategy and Rewards
Joseph Shay
Joseph is Production Director and Writer with experience in the esports field. He has coached Overwatch teams in North American and Pacific Contenders, and has been an avid esports fan for years now. Outside of esports and media, he is a Creative Writing major based out of Virginia, USA.