Is Lugia good at Pokemon GO?

Lugia, the ruler of the legendary Generation I bird trio Pokémon, in Pokémon GO can be a formidable opponent, especially in raids, but how much is it worth using in battle?

This Pokémon, which appears at number 249 in the Pokédex, is from the Generation II games released in 1999 and set in Jhoto. Lugia is a Legendary Boxing Psychic and Flying-type Pokémon for Pokémon Silver.

Lugia was one of four of the first Legendary Pokémon to be released in Pokémon GO, coming to the app in 2017 with the Legendary trio of birds, Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. But how does it compare to many other potential Pokémon trainers to use in their battles?

Whether a Pokemon is good is entirely subjective. So here is the most important information about Lugia in relation to the fight in Pokémon GO, so that you can make your own decision.

Lugia can have a maximum CP of up to 4186, with Attack and Defense being 193 and 310, respectively. Finally, for Stamina, players can expect their Lugia to be rated at 235.

For Lugia’s moveset, these are the moves it has access to:

Many of these moves have excellent potential in combat, notably Dragon Tail and Aeroblast, giving it a DPS of 12.68.

Lugia’s typing, as previously mentioned, is of the psychic and flying type. These types give it a boost in windy weather conditions, making it effective against a variety of Pokémon types including but not limited to: Grass, Fighting, and Poison types.

However, this typing leaves it open to super effective damage from Ghost and Electric-type Pokémon, to name a few.

Essentially, it’s up to players if they want to use this Pokemon, but when it comes to Legendary Pokemon, it performs pretty well according to some of the factors above. Is Lugia good at Pokemon GO?

Greg Norman

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