Alomomola Weakness Pokemon GO — Raid Guide and Best Counters February 2021

Alomomola Weakness Pokemon GO — Raid Guide and Best Counters February 2021

Here's how to take down Alomomola in Pokemon GO Raids.

February 14 sees a change in raid bosses within Pokemon GO. This coincides with the new Valentine’s Day event which is starting to roll out around the world. Some of the new Pokemon currently involved in raids include Gardevoir, Gallade and Alomomola. While many of these Pokemon have been featured in raids multiple times before, new Mega Evolutions and moves are being released regularly, and therefore the meta often changes. With that in mind, let’s see if Alomomola has any Weakness in Pokemon GO and the best counters to take it down.

Alomomola Weakness Pokemon GO

Alomomola is a pure Water-type Pokemon, leaving it with a couple of weaknesses to exploit. Its typing means that both Electric and Grass-type moves are super effective against it. This ensures there is a range of good counters to Alomomola in Pokemon GO, but what are they?

Best Counters For Alomomola

There are a few top counters to Alomomola in the game, let’s take a look at them.

Mega Venusaur is the undisputed champion of the Almomola raid scene. Although it’s weak against Almomola’s Ice-type moves, it’s strong against many other attacks it may use. Mega Abomasnow is another very effective Mega counter.

The first set of Non-Mega Pokemon to consider is your Electric-types. Zekrom is the best performer in this area, closely followed by one of my favourites, Magnezone. Raikou and Zapdos are also both great counters providing you’ve raided them enough to over the years. Electivire and Luxray are two solid yet slightly more budget counters.

Alongside the Electric-types, there are a number of solid Grass-type Pokemon. Both Tangrowth and Leafeon are good picks here. Roserade can also provide a great solution to Gardevoir.

Mega Venusaur – Razor Leaf/Frenzy Plant
Mega Abomasnow – Razor Leaf/Energy Ball
Magnezone – Spark/Wild Charge
Raikou – Volt Switch/Wild Charge
Zapdos – Thunder Shock/Thunderbolt
Electivire – Thunder Shock/ Wild Charge
Luxray – Spark/Wild Charge
Tangrowth – Vine Whip/Solar Beam
Leafeon – Razor Leaf/Leaf Blade
Roserade – Razor Leaf/Grass Knot

Other Current Raid Guides

If you’re looking for help with Latios, Latias, Gardevoir and Mega Gyarados raids, we also have handy guides for those right here: Latios Weakness and Raid Guide, Latias Weakness and Raid Guide, Gardevoir Weakness and Raid Guide, Mega Gyarados Weakness and Raid Guide.