Pokemon of the Day: Mega Charizard Y

By Michael On 11 Dec, 2013 At 10:41 PM | Categorized As Pokemon of the Day | With 2 Comments

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It comes at no surprise that Charizard has been given two mega evolutions. Cemented in fame by being an original starter and in the anime as Satoshi’s strongest Pokemon. Mega Charizard Y is quite unique and a great upgrade from its normal form. Charizard Y has an impressive base 159 Special Attack and best of all is the highly valuable ability “Drought”. While it’s typing – Fire/Flying – criples Mega Charizard Y since stealth rock is a necessary move for most teams – it can be fairly difficult to play him. Nevertheless, Mega Charizard Y is still a potent Pokemon under a trainer that can take full advantage of its many perks.

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Mega Charizard Y Movesets

All out attacker Mega Charizard Y @ Charizardite Y

EVS: 252 Special Attack, 252 Speed, 4 HP

Ability: Drought, Nature: Timid

  • Fire Blast/ Flamethrower
  • Solar Beam
  • Focus Blast
  • Dragon Pulse

Personally, this is how I will play Mega Charizard Y. Just go all out attack – simple and uncomplicated. Mega Charizard Y is a great lead as it can give you push the momentum in your favor because of “Drought” and its threatening special attack. Fire Blast is a great stab that hits hard, but you must be wary that the accuracy leaves more to desire. Solar Beam in conjunction with Drought is a power weapon against water types that might want to switch into Mega Charizard Y. Focus Blast hits Blissey, Snorlaz and rock types for super effective and Dragon Pulse is to deal with Dragonite, Goodra, Salemence and other Dragons that otherwise wall this set.

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