468 Togekiss

Performance

Status

  • Ranking Score:
    83.6
  • Main moves:
    Charm, Ancient Power, Flamethrower
  • Type
    FAIRY
    FLYING
  • Level:
    15.5-18
  • Rank:
    Lvl 17 0/14/11CP 1499
  • Buddy Distance:
    3km
  • Charged Move Cost:
    50,000 Stardust
  • Attack:
    124.8
  • Defense:
    125.3
  • Stamina:
    114
  • Overall:
    1783

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Traits

Moves

Properties

Registeel has the following traits and playstyles:
  • + Fast Move Pressure
    Deals heavy Fast Move damage. It can pressure switches and work around shields.
  • + Defensive
    Resists attacks from a wide variety of types.
  • - Slow
    Takes a long time to reach Charged Moves.
  • - Low Shield Pressure
    May struggle to draw shields because of its weaker or slower attacks.
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 Charm 2 6.4 3 Heavy Damage
2 Fast Air Slash 3 3.6 3 General
3 Fast Hidden Power (Flying) 2.67 3.6 3 Low Quality
4 Fast Hidden Power (Ground) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
5 Fast Hidden Power (Ice) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
6 Fast Hidden Power (Fire) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
7 Fast Hidden Power (Rock) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
8 Fast Hidden Power (Fighting) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
9 Fast Hidden Power (Water) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
10 Fast Hidden Power (Dark) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
11 Fast Hidden Power (Electric) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
12 Fast Hidden Power (Ghost) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
13 Fast Hidden Power (Grass) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
14 Fast Hidden Power (Psychic) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
15 Fast Hidden Power (Dragon) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
16 Fast Hidden Power (Steel) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
17 Fast Hidden Power (Bug) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
18 Fast Hidden Power (Poison) 2.67 3 3 Low Quality
19 Charged Aerial Ace 45 66 1.47 8 - 7 - 8 General
20 Charged Ancient Power 10% chance +1 Atk +1 Def self 45 60 1.33 8 - 7 - 8 Boost
21 Charged Flamethrower 55 90 1.64 10 - 9 - 9 High Energy Coverage
22 Charged Dazzling Gleam 70 132 1.89 12 - 12 - 11 Nuke
Weaknesses
electric
x1.6
ice
x1.6
poison
x1.6
rock
x1.6
steel
x1.6
Resistances
ground
x0.39
fighting
x0.39
dragon
x0.39
bug
x0.39
grass
x0.625
dark
x0.625

Character Introduction

Summary

Togekiss is a Fairy & Flying Pokémon which evolves from Togetic. It is vulnerable to Poison, Rock, Steel, Electric and Ice moves. Togekiss's strongest moveset is Charm & Dazzling Gleam and it has a Max CP of 3,332.

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PVP Mode Explanatory Notes

PvP Moveset Explanation
Charm + Aerial Ace or Ancient Power and Flamethrower

Charm enables Togekiss to deal huge STAB Fairy-type damage without relying on its charge move, though it energy gains are terrible. Air Slash also gets STAB, but is more of a niche since there's many other Flying-type Pokemon.

Ancient Power and Aerial Ace both cost the same 45 energy, the former offering good coverage and the latter benefiting from STAB.  Flamethrower could be used to cover against Ice and Steel-types, and is necessary to avoid being completely walled by the latter.  Dazzling Gleam can be used to land a surprise huge hit against unsuspecting Kyogre or Giratina-O, although Charm's damage is often enough on its own.

PvP Rating Explanation
Great League: 3 / 5

The addition of Charm thanks to the July 2019 move rebalance enables Togekiss to become an anti-meta specialist, as its greater ATK stat limits its bulk, and a Fairy/Flying typing can be vulnerable to common threats. The extremely poor energy generation from Charm also prevents Togekiss from applying any sort of significant shield pressure, which may somewhat discourage its use. As an anti-meta pick, popular Pokemon that are weak to Fairy-type attacks like Medicham, Sableye, Altaria, and Umbreon become easy prey for Togekiss. Unfortunately the prevalence of Steel-types in the meta does hold Togekiss back quite a bit, which makes Pokemon like Medicham a good choice to compliment Togekiss. Overall still a considerable choice, though other Fairy-types like Wigglytuff might fulfill the role a bit better depending on the format. 

Ultra League: 4 / 5

The prevalence of Giratina in this league makes Togekiss stand out as an excellent counter to them, and also some of the Dark and Fighting-types that are also present in the meta. Just like in Great League, Togekiss still has to be cautious of common Steel-type Pokemon in this league, in addition to less favorable matchups against Lapras and Snorlax. The lack of bulk and slow energy gains however, prevents Togekiss from winning more matches against neutral opponents like Cresselia. 

Master League: 4.5 / 5

Master League is often dominated by Dragon-types, and is the perfect place for Togekiss to feast. Although it does not possess the greatest stats, Togekiss's sheer type advantage carries it through many Dark- and Dragon-type matchups. Not even the part Steel-type Dialga is safe from Togekiss, as Togekiss can win the match up by committing to both shields. The extra Ground-type resistance provided by its Flying-type is also helpful for taking on Groudon.

Without the sheer advantage from its typing, Togekiss's below average stats becomes a noticeable weakness. Pokemon with great neutral damage, such as Mewtwo and Kyogre, can easily overwhelm it. Steel-type Pokemon are extremely difficult to get around due to how long it takes for Togekiss to reach Flamethrower. In order to use Togekiss effectively, it must be paired with strong Steel-type killers, or a way to bait Steel-types out and destroy them before Togekiss enters the battlefield. Togekiss also requires shields to be saved for it, as it is otherwise vulnerable to hard hitting coverage attacks from the likes of Dialga or Zekrom.

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