While all of the Fire-type Pokemon can compete in the Element Cup, a few of them have more strengths than others. While Bulbasaur is a good choice if you are after speed and bulk, Vulpix has a great CP and should be considered the best Fire-type Pokemon to use. A Vulpix with Ember as its Fast Move and Weather Balls as its Charged Move will be a formidable opponent. Other great Fire-types include Venusaur and Bulbasaur. Both are great for a team and have some key wins against Cottonee, Seel, and Chinchou.
If you want to play a Water-type Pokemon, a Ducklett is a good choice. This dual-type Pokemon has excellent stats against every type in the Element Cup. It is also extremely strong against Grass and Fire. It also has no direct counters for the other types, making it a very powerful Pokemon to have in your team. When using Ducklett, use the Water Gun to gain a water-type advantage and use a Water-type move to counter a Fire-type opponent’s attack.
The Element Cup will start on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 10 PM CEST and will run for eight days. The Element Cup is a great way to get more competitive in Pokemon Go, but only if you know what Pokemon to play. As the Element Cup requires Pokemon of the Fire, Grass, and Water types, you need a variety of different Pokemon in your team. It also helps to have Pokemon that can use Charged attacks. There are some Pokemon that will have a special advantage over other Pokemon in the Element Cup, such as Bulbasaur, and the Poison-type Pokemon like Pikachu and Lapras.
The Element Cup is one of the new Cups in Pokemon GO. The other Cup is the Fire Cup. There are new Pokemon each week, but the best Pokemon to use in this Cup are the weakest ones. So, you should focus on these Pokemon and try to get as many points as possible in each match.
If you are having trouble choosing the right Pokémon for your team, don’t be afraid to try a new one. Dewpider is a new Pokémon that can handle most Grasses and Fires. It can even beat some Fire-type Pokémon, such as Tentacool and Ducklett. However, you should keep in mind that it is level 20 hatching, which means it will be too large to use in the Element Cup.
If you can’t find a Water-type Pokemon, you can also try a Fire-type Pokemon called Salandit. While rare, it can be an excellent choice for an Element Cup team. Pair it with a Seel or Fomantis as Closer and you’ll be sure to have an awesome team. In the end, the key is to find the right Pokemon that can counter all the weaknesses of your opponent.
As for a Fire-type Pokemon, it’s important to remember that Piplup is an excellent choice for PvP against Fire-type Pokemon. Its high attack and stamina stats make it a top PvP choice, and its best attacks are Flamethrower and Ember.