Pokémon GO, Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet: How to beat and capture the legendary trio in raids? Our guide

News tip Pokémon GO, Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet: How to beat and capture the legendary trio in raids? Our guide

Legends of the Lake, Guardians of the Lakes, the 4th generation Mythical Pokémon trio (a subcategory of Legendary Pokémon) have many names. The 3 creatures, creators of Knowledge, Truth and Courage arrive in chromatic version (Shiny) on Pokémon GO until October 1st at 10am! If you are looking for their stats, their best counters, an analysis of their attacks and more , you’ve come to the right place, let’s go for the Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet capture guide!

Summary

  • The statistics of Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO: Everything you need to know
  • Which Pokémon to use to defeat and capture Créhelf, Crefollet and Crefadet in raid? List of the best counters
  • What are the best weather conditions to capture Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO?
  • List of attacks by Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO and their influence for your raid fight
  • How many trainers does it take to beat Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet Shiny on Pokémon GO?

The statistics of Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO: Everything you need to know

  • Number of CPs of Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet 100 IV: Once captured (at level 20) and with perfect IVs, Créhelf reached 1442 PC, Créfadet rises to 1834 PC and Créfollet a 1747 PC. Thanks to the weather condition boost Windy, you can meet them at level 25 and their CP increases until they reach 1803 PC for Créhelf, 2293 PC for Créfadet and 2184 PC  » ‘for Créfollet.
  • Pokémon GO PVP and Raid Performance : In terms of its pure stats, know that Créhelf (the yellow) is mainly focused on defense, Créfadet (the blue) is rather offensive and Créfollet (the pink) is fairly balanced. These are all three Pokémon not seen in PVP and completely absent from raiding fights. On the other hand, they are extremely rare and valuable creatures to have in your collection, especially if you are lucky enough to stumble upon a Shiny. The chromatic form being particularly classy (Pokémon turn golden), you can be sure that it will be very sought after.

Please note that not all 3 Pokémon are available

The Legends of the Lakes are Pokémon called « region lock ». This guide will talk about Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet without distinction but if you live in Africa or in Europe like the majority of our readers, please note that you only have access to Créfollet. Quebecers and other people across the Atlantic will have access to Créfadet. Finally, the trainers currently in Asia or Oceania will see Créhelf appear. Remember that it is always possible to go through Discord servers to meet players from all over the world and make exchanges!

  • Weaknesses : The three small Legendary Pokémon are pure Psy type. They will therefore have substantially the same counters, all types Tenere, Insect and Specter. You know the Bug type isn’t very powerful, you can pretty much ignore it.

Which Pokémon to use to defeat and capture Créhelf, Crefollet and Crefadet in raid? List of the best counters

Note that this list was made using a fairly complex combat simulator, so it is very reliable. Pokémon are listed in order of best to worst against. Don’t panic, just because a Pokémon is at the bottom of our list doesn’t mean it’s bad, far from it.

Pokémon GO, Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet: How to beat and capture the legendary trio in raids?  Our guide
  • Mega-Ectoplasm (Shadow Claws / Shadow Ball)
  • Mega Demolossus (Barking / Cheating)
  • Darkrai (Bark / Shadow Ball)
  • Lugulabre (Punishment / Shadow Ball)
  • Giratina Original form(Shadow Claw / Shadow Ball)
  • Dimoret (Barking / Cheating)
  • Hydralgon (Bite / Vibrobscure)
  • Tyranocif (Bite / Chew)

These Pokémon are undeniably the best, but there are other very decent counters like Yveltal, Mewtwo, or Hydra-Triox. Finally, note that we haven’t talked about the Dark Pokémon that are a bit too expensive to upgrade but if you have a good Dimoret or Dark Tyranitar, of course, don’t hesitate.

What are the best weather conditions to capture Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO?

Pokémon GO, Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet: How to beat and capture the legendary trio in raids?  Our guide

By the end of September, you have a good chance of running into the condition Windy. As we have already said, it will complicate the fight but allow you to capture level 25 Pokémon. It’s up to you!

the fog is the best weather condition for you since it boosts all of your Dark and Specter counters.

There remains the rain, the sun and the snow which respectively increase the power of Fatal-Foudre (Créhelf), Deflagration (Créfadet) and Blizzard (Créfollet).

List of attacks by Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet on Pokémon GO and their influence for your raid fight

Here are all the attacks that the three members of the Lake Trio have access to:

Quick attacks Charged attacks
  • Meteors
  • Prescience
  • Fatal-Lightning (Créhelf) / Blizzard (Créfollet) / Blast (Créfadet)
Pokémon GO, Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet: How to beat and capture the legendary trio in raids?  Our guide

The only Pokémon you will have to adapt to is Crefadet. As well as being the best attacker of the three, he has access to Blast which destroys Dimoret, but greatly strengthens Demolossus.

How many trainers does it take to beat Créhelf, Créfollet and Créfadet Shiny on Pokémon GO?

The easiest of the 3 Legends to defeat is undeniably Créfadet. It hurts, but it has so little defense that a duo of players with excellent blocks will surely overcome it. In doubt, come all the same to 3 or 4.

Crefollet and its beautiful balance will require good weather or a friendship boost to be defeated as a duo. Even at a high level, attack him with 4 or 5 trainers.

The defensive Créhelf remains, completely impossible to beat together, even with Fog and a nice Mega Ectoplasm. Take on him at 5 or 6 if you’re high level and at least 9 if you don’t have great counters.

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