Golurk is a Ground & Ghost Pokémon which evolves from Golett. It is vulnerable to Ghost, Water, Grass, Ice and Dark moves. Golurk's strongest moveset is Mud-Slap & Poltergeist and it has a Max CP of 2,854.
"When the seal on its chest is removed, it rages indiscriminately, turning the whole town around it into a mountain of rubble."
PVP Mode Explanatory Notes
PvP Moveset Explanation
Mud Slap is more favorable for its significantly higher damage output. Astonish is all around a terrible fast move.
Shadow Punch is a poor move too, but benefits from the low Energy cost and STAB. Earth Power also has STAB which makes it the most powerful move for Golurk, but Dynamic Punch might be more valuable for its wide coverage.
PvP Rating Explanation
Golurk looks like a cool ancient guardian, but unfortunately that's about all it's good for in PvP. A high Attack stat limits its overall bulk in Great League, while a unique Ground/Ghost typing isn't very synergistic and makes Golurk vulnerable against common typings. While its charge moves are quite strong and have good coverage, Golurk fails to make good use of them with unimpressive energy generation and average damage output at best from its fast moves. Access to Ground-type moves do give it favorable matchups against various popular Steel-types, but its Ghost-type coverage is rather lackluster against most Psychic-types other than Medicham.
Golurk's Ground- and Ghost-type coverage makes it a decent option against the popular Steel-Ghost core of this meta, but that's about all Golurk can do. Its fragility doesn't help it either.
With a max CP of 2854 Golurk doesn't have great stats to compete well in Master League, and there are better Ground-types available here.
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