135 Jolteon



  • Ranking Score:
  • Main moves:
    Volt Switch, Discharge, Last Resort*
  • Type
  • Level:
  • Rank:
    Lvl 19.5 0/12/15CP 1500
  • Buddy Distance:
  • Charged Move Cost:
    75,000 Stardust
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  • Defense:
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Type Generation 1 Generation 2 Generation 3 Generation 4 Generation 5 Generation 6 Generation 7 Generation 8 Generation 9
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More Detail Properties Introduction

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Registeel has the following traits and playstyles:
  • + Spammy
    Reaches Charged Moves quickly.
  • + Fast Move Pressure
    Deals heavy Fast Move damage. It can pressure switches and work around shields.
  • + Shield Pressure
    Pressures opponents to shield its strong or rapid attacks.
  • - Glass Cannon
    Hits hard but struggles to take hits. Depends on shields.
  • - Clumsy
    Uses long animations, is stuck while attacking and may not reliably fire Charged Moves.
Move stats include same type and Shadow attack bonuses.
Recommended Move:
*Event or Elite TM exclusive *Unobtainable via TM
No. Move Types Move Accuracy Power Damage Average Fast MoveCount Remark
1 Fast Volt Switch 4 3.6 4 Multipurpose
2 Fast Thunder Shock 4.5 1.8 2 Fast Charge
3 Charged Discharge 45 78 1.73 3 - 3 - 3 General
4 Charged Last Resort* 55 90 1.64 4 - 3 - 4 High Energy
5 Charged Thunderbolt 55 108 1.96 4 - 3 - 4 High Energy
6 Charged Thunder 60 120 2 4 - 4 - 4 High Energy
7 Charged Zap Cannon* 66% chance -1 Atk opponent 80 180 2.25 5 - 5 - 5 Debuff Nuke

Character Introduction


Jolteon is an Electric Pokémon which evolves from Eevee. It is vulnerable to Ground moves. Jolteon's strongest moveset is Thunder Shock & Thunderbolt and it has a Max CP of 2,888.


"Jolteon's cells generate a low level of electricity. This power is amplified by the static electricity of its fur, enabling the Pokémon to drop thunderbolts. The bristling fur is made of electrically charged needles."

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PVP Mode Explanatory Notes

PvP Moveset Explanation
Thunder Shock + Discharge and Last Resort*

While Thunder Shock doesn't have as much raw damage output as Volt Switch, the significantly higher energy gains easily make up for this. 

Of all the options Jolteon has for its charge moves, Discharge stands out as the cheapest option in terms of energy, which also makes it the best option to bait shields. Thunder costs only 5 more energy than Thunderbolt, but deals more Damage Per Energy (DPE) which makes it the more valuable pick. Last Resort could be an option to deal neutral damage should Electric-type damage be resisted, but the lack of power and STAB causes Jolteon to lose way more matchups against most of the meta. Zap Cannon demands way too much energy to be consistently viable. 

PvP Rating Explanation
Great League: 1.5 / 5

Jolteon is an offensive powerhouse in PvP, with an emphasis on frequent and powerful STAB charge moves thanks to the best energy generation in the game. A shield bait with Discharge and a direct hit from Thunder is often enough to severely wound if not KO most opponents who don't resist Electric-type attacks. Unfortunately Jolteon's offensive power ultimately is held back by its unsurprisingly low durability, which makes tankier competitors like Melmetal and Lanturn more appealing to use. Overall an interesting pick that can definitely catch opponents off guard if they're unprepared. 

Ultra League: 2.5 / 5

Ultra League is notable for the significantly greater presence of Dragon-types which resist Electric-type damage, and thus Jolteon has somewhat of a harder time trying to find its role in this league. Wins against Umbreon, Poliwrath, and Lapras are definitely appreciated, but losses against most of the meta makes it difficult to choose Jolteon as Giratina's bodyguard. 

Master League: 0 / 5

With a max CP of 2888, Jolteon lacks the stats to compete against the numerous legendaries in Master League. 

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