Here with several researchers from Team Pride Seattle to share with you our continued work on implementing and testing new phases of bubblestrat combinations as the world of POGO continues evolving.
After working with GamePress and bringing the concept of modified bubble defenders (confusion defenders) way back in October 2016 through research by Team Pride members Jamesn01 and RollingCode, we have continued to refine and test our data with both Gen1 and Gen2 Pokémon.
Tested thoroughly yesterday (02/18/2017) and initially discovered by Team Pride Seattle members Jamesn01 and Lohshi /u/407145 , this variation of bubblestrat extends previous data on the viability of Pokémon using extremely slow attacks as defenders (relatively large CD numbers) and attackers that have 1 or more of the following capabilities: -Low CD numbers on their fast move. -High DPS on their fast move. -STAB bonus of their fast move -High Attack to (Defense + Defense) Ratio -Type advantage against defenders
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Pokémon Go Raid Battles are a new feature added to the game as part of a larger Gym Rework. Available now for select players, Raids see players work together to take down powerful Pokémon named Raid Bosses - with exclusive rewards up for grabs - as well as the chance to finally catch those elusive Legendary Pokémon in the coming weeks.
Though Raid Battles aren't live for everyone just yet, we understand how they work and the best ways to tackle them.
What is the Raid level requirement in Pokémon Go?
Raid Battles are currently available in select Gyms for Trainers over level 5, with plans to expand the pool to more trainers in the coming days: FollowPokémon GO ✔@PokemonGoApp
Raid Battles are now available for all Trainers Level 5 and above at a wide range of Gyms around the world! http://pokemongolive.com/en/post/raidsrollout …8:16 PM - 30 Jun 2017