The season of Alola in Pokemon GO is coming to an end in just a few weeks and with that comes the last of the Island Guardians with the introduction of Tapu Fini in Raids and this is our Raids guide on how best to beat them.
Tapu Fini joins Raid Battles in Pokemon GO on May 10th at 10:00 local time as a Tier 5 Raid Boss and will participate in Raids until May 25th at 10:00 local time.
The reason Tapu Fini is now in Raid Battles is that the focus of Alolan’s season will shift to Poni Island later this week when Event Water Festival 2022 begins on Thursday, although Tapu Fini is a few days early arrives.
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Tapu Fini Pokemon GO weakness
The Land Spirit Pokémon Tapu Fini is a Water/Fairy-type Pokémon that gives it a number of strengths and weaknesses in Pokémon GO that will be important when fighting them in raids.
The bad news here is that there are no double super effective typings against Tapu Fini as there are no shared weaknesses between the two types. As a result, Poison, Electric, and Grass only have three weaknesses.
Tapu Fini is also resistant to numerous species that you should avoid at all costs, including Dragon, Fighting, Fire, Bug, Water, Darkness, and Ice.
Best counters for Tapu Fini In Pokemon GO
As with the other Island Guardians, Tapu Fini fights shouldn’t be insanely difficult, but they’re not a cakewalk either. As a result, you could probably beat it with three trainers if you have maxed friendship level and the absolute best counters. However, it would be much better to have four to five trainers just to make things easier for you and not risk losing a raid pass in the process.
The following Pokemon in our raid guide are some of the best counters to use against Tapu Fini in battles to best defeat it.
- Mega Gengar – Leak/Mud Bomb
- Mega Beedrill – Poison Jab/Mud Bomb
- Shadow Electivir – Thunderbolt/Ferocious Charge
- Mega Manectric – Thunderfang/Ferocious Charge
- Shadow Raikou – Thunder Shock/Ferocious Charge
- Mega Venusaur – Vine Whip
- Shadow Magnezone – Spark/Wild Charge
- Shadow Zapdos – Thunder Clap/Thunder Clap
- Zekrom – Charge Beam/Ferocious Attack
- Shadow Venusaur – Vine Lash/Plant of Madness
The above featured a mix of Mega and Shadow Pokémon, with Mega or Shadow variations always being preferred over the base form. In some cases, the regular form is also very useful, such as with Gengar and Raikou.
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