Pokemon GO: Best Team for Ultra League (Interlude Season)

Find out the best team to bring to the Ultra League in Pokemon GO!

by Shaun Cichacki

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If you’ve been playing Pokemon GO for a while, or since its initial launch in 2016, you’ve more than likely got your hands on a few powerful Pokemon. You’ll be ready to take on just about anyone and anything, so why not test your battle power and Pokemon to the Ultra League, to show off who you’ve got, and what you can handle.

However, you may have caught a few powerful Pokemon, but you might not know the best Pokemon to bring into the fight alongside you. So, let’s take a look into the most powerful Pokemon that you’ll want to make sure you have on your team, and what to look out for when you start up your journey into the Ultra League battle series!

Pokemon GO – Best Team for Ultra League (Interlude Season)

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If you’re looking to bring your favorite Pokemon into the Ultra League battle cup, you’ll need to make sure that it has this one specification:

  • Pokemon must be at or below 2,500 CP

As long as you make sure that this is the case, you’ll be ready to bring your team together, and try to take anything in your way down. However, there are some Pokemon that are going to work out better in your favor, so make sure you have some of these Pokemon on your team:

  • Trevenant – Ghost/Grass
    • Fast Move – Shadow Claw
    • Charged Move – Shadow Ball
  • Jellicent – Water/Ghost
    • Fast Move – Hex
    • Charged Move – Shadow Ball
  • Pidgeot – Normal/Flying
    • Fast Move – Wing Attack
    • Charged Move – Brave Bird
  • Abomasnow – Grass/Ice
    • Fast Move –  Razor Leaf
    • Charged Move – Weather Ball
  • Registeel – Steel
    • Fast Move – Lock-On
    • Charged Move – Hyper Beam
  • Scrafty – Dark/Fighting
    • Fast Move – Snarl
    • Charged Move – Foul Play
  • Galarian Stunfisk – Ground/Steel
    • Fast Move – Metal Claw
    • Charged Move – Earthquake
  • Articuno – Ice/Flying
    • Fast Move – Frost Breath
    • Charged Move – Ice Beam
  • Drifblim – Ghost/Flying
    • Fast Move – Hex
    • Charged Move – Shadow Ball
  • Cresselia – Psychic
    • Fast Move – Confusion
    • Charged Move – Future Sight
  • Swampert – Water/Ground
    • Fast Move – Mud Shot
    • Charged Move – Hydro Cannon
  • Escavalier – Bug/Steel
    • Fast Move – Bug Bite
    • Charged Move – Megahorn
  • Politoed – Water
    • Fast Move – Bubble
    • Charged Move – Weather Ball
  • Zangoose – Normal
    • Fast Move – Fury Cutter
    • Charged Move – Close Combat
  • Mandibuzz – Dark/Flying
    • Fast Move – Snarl
    • Charged Move – Foul Play
  • Talonflame – Fire/Flying
    • Fast Move – Peck
    • Charged Move – Brave Bird
  • Venusaur – Grass/Poison
    • Fast Move – Vine Whip
    • Charged Move – Frenzy Plant
  • Steelix – Steel/Ground
    • Fast Move – Iron Tail
    • Charged Move – Heavy Slam

And there we have it, a great list of the best types of Pokemon to bring to your team for the Pokemon GO Ultra League! If you’re needing more items, make sure that you’re visiting PokeStops to get your hands on as many revives, potions, and more that you may need. If you’re finding it hard to get your hands on some good items, checking into an auto catcher could be a great option for you, as you’ll be able to spin PokeStops and catch Pokemon, all without looking at your device.

Pokemon GO is available now on mobile devices.

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