Milotic is a highly sought-after Pokemon that will soon make its way into Scarlet and Violet. So here’s everything you need to know about his weaknesses and resistances.
Milotic is a very powerful Pokemon that is usually associated with competitions in mainline games. Evolving Feebas into Milotic can be tedious in some games, but the result is a very strong ally with powerful stats. Milotic is sometimes considered Gyarados’ counterpart due to their many similarities.
While Pokemon Scarlet and Violet players will have to wait for the DLC to be released to get Milotic, trainers playing other games may need some help removing it.
If you’re looking for the best way to defeat Milotic in Pokémon games, here’s everything you need to know about his weaknesses and resistances.
What type is Milotic?
Milotic is a pure Water Pokémon. Its design makes it look like a dragon, which is why many trainers get confused when trying to land super effective attacks on it.
All miotic weaknesses
As a pure water Pokémon, Milotic is weak against Grass and Electric attacks. If you’re trying to defeat it in battle, you should stick to these categories.
It’s also worth noting that Milotic has a very high Sp. Defense stats since it first appeared in Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. So you should try to use physical attacks whenever possible to get maximum damage.
All Milotic Resistances
As a pure water Pokémon, Milotic Resist Steel, Fire, Water, and Ice-type attacks.
In mainline games, Milotic can have interesting abilities that can play a big role in battles. The Marvel Scale ability increases Milotic’s Defense by 50% when induced with a status such as Burn or Sleep. Competitiveness increases their Sp. Attack stat whenever a stat is lowered, which can be extremely dangerous.
As you can see, Milotic isn’t overly tricky aside from a handful of abilities in mainline games. Experienced trainers should have no problem defeating it in combat.
Now you can face and defeat Milotic in games like Pokemon Sword and Shield or Shining Pearl and Brilliant Diamond without much trouble.
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