Pokemon GO - Spritzee and Aromatisse PVP Analysis - Best Moveset, Max CP

It’s been a while since Niantic dropped such an abundance of new Pokemon on us in Pokemon GO in a single event.

The brand new Luminous Legends X event sees the Spritzee line, Swirlix line, potentially the Pancham line and Xerneas all added to the game.

As always, when there are new Pokemon added, the PVP players out there are desperate for info.

Here are all the details you’ll need to know about Spritzee and Aromatisse, including max CP, best moveset and whether or not they can shake up the meta.

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Spritzee and Aromatisse Max CP and Other Details

Like most new Pokemon in this event, both Spritzee and Aromatisse are pure Fairy-type Pokemon.

This leaves them with the same weaknesses and resistances as their two counterpart Pokemon, Swirlix and Slurpuff.

Spritzee and Aromatisse are weak to both Poison and Steel-type moves, however, resist Dragon, Dark, Fighting and Bug-type moves nicely.

As far as their max CP goes, you can check that out below:


  • Level 40 max CP – 1252
  • Level 50 max CP – 1415


  • Level 40 max CP – 2341
  • Level 50 max CP – 2647

Spritzee and Aromatisse Best Moveset

Should trainers look to use either of these Pokemon within the GO Battle League, here are the movesets that you will want to use:


  • Charm
  • Draining Kiss
  • Thunderbolt


  • Charm
  • Moonblast
  • Psychic

Can They Crack the PVP Meta?

Spritzee actually has the ability to make a small dent in the Great League PVP meta. PVPoke ranks Spritzee as the 123rd best Pokemon in the league. While not great, there may be a niche for it.

Obviously both the Ultra and Master Leagues are a no-go for Spritzee.

Aromatisse ranks slightly higher than Spritzee in the Great League, coming in at 93rd overall.

Its best position comes in the Ultra League, where PVPoke place it in a very respectable 63rd place.

Unfortunately, it’s destined to be outclassed in the Master League. Although Aromatisse can pick up wins here against Zekrom and Giratina, it is ousted by the vast majority of its competing Pokemon.

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Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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