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Farfetch'd (Galarian) is a regional Fighting Pokémon. It is vulnerable to Flying, Psychic and Fairy moves. Farfetch'd's strongest moveset is Fury Cutter & Brave Bird and it has a Max CP of 1,674. Farfetch'd (Galarian) evolves into Sirfetch'd. This Pokémon is only found in Asia.
"Farfetch'd is always seen with a stalk from a plant of some sort. Apparently, there are good stalks and bad stalks. This Pokémon has been known to fight with others over stalks."
Fury Cutter doesn't get STAB, but its fast energy generation helps make use of its charge moves much sooner. Rock Smash is a pretty bad move even with STAB, and has pitiful energy gains.
Leaf Blade the best charge move available, ties for the least amount of energy needed among the charge moves of Galarian Farfetch'd, and has a very high 2.0 DPE rating (Damage Per Energy). Brave Bird offers a good coverage option, though it's not the most impressive move in the game. Brick Break generally speaking is a very bad move due to its pathetic damage output, but the addition of STAB helps to make it less awful, and at the very least it can be spammed frequently.
Galarian Farfetch'd features a different typing compared to its Kantonian cousin, but fragile bulk and a somewhat lackluster moveset leaves more to be desired. The options of Brave Bird and Brick Break are quite mediocre as coverage choices and Galarian Farfetch'd can't make it to the top of the meta without better moves. At the very least, this bird stands out for its very fast access to Leaf Blade without sharing the typing strengths and weaknesses of Grass Pokemon.
With a max CP of 1674, this bird won't be seeing any real action outside of Great League.
Galarian Farfetch'd may look tough, but with those pathetic stats and a juicy leek, it may as well be the best tasting dinner for Pokemon in this league.
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