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POKÉMON Scarlet & Violet has launched its next seven-star raid with Hisuian Typhlosion.

This Typhlosion has a range of powerful Spirit and Fire-type attacks, the latter of which is boosted by a fearsome Fire-Tera type.

With these tips you can snag your own Hisuian Typhlosion.


With these tips you can snag your own Hisuian Typhlosion.Photo credit: The Pokémon Company

If you’re not prepared it can do a lot of damage, but luckily it can also take a lot of damage in return.

For those picking up Hisuian Typhlosion in Pokémon this month, here’s everything you need to know about the raid.

When does the Hisuian Typhlosion raid start?

The Hisuian Typhlosion seven-star raid, like most Scarlet & Violet raids, will take place over two weekends.

Since the two weekends are only a week apart, the raids won’t last long. Here are the two weekends Hisuian Typhlosion will be available:

  • Friday, November 3, 2023, to Sunday, November 5, 2023.
  • Friday, November 10, 2023, to Sunday, November 12, 2023.

7 Star Tera Raid Hisuian Typhlosion Stats, Moves and Abilities

Here is the set for Hisuian Typhlosion.

The most powerful Typhlosion – level 100

  • Nature – Modest
  • Capability – Frisk
  • Article – Nobody
  • Tera type – Fire
  • Move sentence – Infernal Parade, Flamethrower, Sunny Day, Irrlicht, Focus Blast

Hisuian Typhlosion’s ability doesn’t matter here as it has the hidden ability Frisk.

However, Fire-tera Typhlosion can deal tremendous damage with its powerful Fire-type special attacks.

Moves like Flamethrower and Infernal Parade can do serious damage, especially when combined with Sunny Day.

It has Focus Blast as cover for Normal and Rock-type Pokémon, which also weigh heavily, and physical attackers are difficult to use due to Will-O-Wisp.

7-star Tera raid Hisuian Typhlosion best counter

We recommend the following:

Gyarados – Level 100

  • Nature – Cautious
  • Capability – Moxie
  • Article – Shell bell
  • Tera type – Water
  • Move sentence – Taunt, Thunder Wave, Rain Dance, Waterfall

Gyarados seems like a riskier choice as it is a physical attacker that can be affected by burns.

However, with Heal Cheer you should be able to do this, and since there are only Wisps on turn 2, you can taunt turn 1 and take it out.

Due to its excellent typing, it can repel any attack from Typhlosion.

Gyarados has access to Moxie, meaning that if you’re fighting the raid alone, you can take out NPC partners to boost your attack.

It also has access to a whole host of support attacks that will really help you out and help Typhlosion miss attacks and give him more survivability.

Since Thunder Wave has a chance to paralyze and Waterfall has a chance to flinch, it will likely never be taken down.

If you want to learn more about Pokémon, check out our Pokémon Scarlet & Violet hub page.

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Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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