Raids in Pokemon Go are the easiest way of getting your hands on rare and powerful Pokemon, including Legendries. Raids are small, temporary and frequently occurring events happening in Gyms. Just before a Raid is about to start, a large egg appears on the top of the Gym, and a timer starts. When the timer hits 0, the Raid Boss will hatch, and will be available for all the trainers to challenge. A maximum of 20 trainers can challenge a raid Boss at a time, each having a Battle Party containing 6 Pokemon. The Pokemon hatching from eggs depend upon the type of egg, as well as the ongoing events in Pokemon Go.

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Pokemon Go Raid Bosses In June 2021

Raid Bosses In Pokemon Go June 2021

Raids in Pokemon Go are of different levels, and are ranked according to their difficulty. These are: Tier 1 or 1-Star Raids, Tier 3 or 3-Star Raids, Tier 5 or 5-Star Raids and Mega Raids. The higher the level, the more players you need to beat the Raid Boss. Since the Raid bosses for each of them keep on changing regularly in Pokemon Go, we have compiled a list of all the current Raid Bosses for the month of April. This list will get updated frequently according to the ongoing events, so make sure that you check in regularly.

Tier 1 Raid Bosses In Pokemon Go June 2021

Tier 1 or the Normal raids include Raid Bosses that can be easily soloed by players with trainer level above 20. These are a good way of getting some of the rare starters, as well as to complete missions which need you to do a number of raids. The Raid Bosses in tier 1 raids hatch from Pink eggs, and can be taken down very easily, even if you do not have the appropriate counters. Tier 2 raids, which have been been removed from Pokemon Go by Niantic recently, also come in this category.

Highlighted Pokemon can be shiny.

Yanma

Yanma Pokemon go Cryogarden

CP Range: 785 – 840
Boosted CP: 981 – 1,050
Pokemon Type: Bug, Flying
Weakness: Fire, Flying, Ice, Electric

Lunatone

Lunatone Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,261 – 1,330
Boosted CP: 1,261 – 1,330
Pokémon Type: Rock, Psychic
Weakness: Dark, Ground, Bug, Ghost, Steel, Water, Grass

Solrock

Solrock Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,261 – 1,330
Boosted CP: 1,261 – 1,330
Pokémon Type: Rock, Psychic
Weakness: Dark, Ground, Bug, Ghost, Steel, Water, Grass

Snorunt

Snorunt Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 465 – 507
Boosted CP: 581 – 634
Pokemon Type: Ice
Weakness: Fire, Fighting, Rock, Steel

Snover

Snover Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 614 – 662
Boosted CP: 768 – 828
Pokemon Type: Ice, Grass
Weakness: Flying, Poison, Rock, Bug, Steel, Fighting

Petilil

Petilil Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 543 – 588
Boosted CP: 679 – 736
Pokemon Type: Grass
Weakness: Fire, Flying, Poison, Bug, Ice

Klink

Klink Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 502 – 546
Boosted CP: 628 – 683
Pokemon Type: Steel
Weakness: Fire, Ground, Fighting

Tier 3 Raid Bosses In Pokemon Go June 2021

Tier 3 or the Rare Raids are difficult to solo. However, a team of 2 – 4 players with high trainer levels, and appropriate counters can still take them down. The Tier 3 Raid Bosses hatch from yellow eggs, and contain mostly evolved or Pokemon in secondary evolution stage. Tier 4 raids, which have been removed from Pokemon Go by Niantic, also come in this category. Therefore, a team of 5+ trainers might also be needed for some Bosses, depending upon their CP.

Also Read: Pokemon Go Egg Chart April 2021

Highlighted Pokemon can be shiny.

Alolan Raichu

Alolan Raichu Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,238 – 1,306
Boosted CP: 1,548 – 1,633
Pokémon Type: Electric, Psychic
Weakness: Dark, Ground, Ghost, Bug

Alolan Marowak

Alolan Marowak Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 988 – 1,048
Boosted CP: 1,235 – 1,311
Pokémon Type: Fire, Ghost
Weakness: Dark, Ground, Rock, Ghost, Water

Lapras

Lapras Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,435 – 1,509
Boosted CP: 1,794 – 1,886
Pokémon Type: Water, Ice
Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Electric, Grass

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Piloswine

Piloswine Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,271 – 1,340
Boosted CP: 1,589 – 1,675
Pokémon Type: Ice, Ground
Weakness: Fire, Fighting, Grass, Water, Steel

Walrein

Walrein Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,483 – 1,557
Boosted CP: 1,854 – 1,947
Pokémon Type: Water, Ice
Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Electric, Grass

Floatzel

Floatzel Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1,323 – 1,396
Boosted CP: 1,655 – 1,745
Pokémon Type: Water
Weakness: Grass, Electric

Tier 5 Raid Bosses In Pokemon Go June 2021

Tier 5 or the Legendary raids are the most sought type of Raids in Pokemon Go. The reason being these raids typically contain Legendary or Mythical Raid Bosses. These Raid bosses are very powerful and hard to beat, even in a full lobby. Therefore, participating with Best Friends is highly recommended in order to get a 10% attack bonus, along with extra balls in the end. Even if the Tier 5 raids require you to spend a number of potions and revives on your battle party, the rewards in the end are totally worth it.

Highlighted Pokemon can be shiny.

Regigigas

Regigigas Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 2,389 – 2,483
Boosted CP:
2,987 – 3,104
Pokémon Type:
Normal
Weakness:
Fighting

Mega Raid Bosses In Pokemon Go June 2021

Mega evolutions are the latest and one of the most awaited introduction in Pokemon Go. With them came the most challenging of all raids- the Mega Raid. Mega Raids have Mega-evolved Raid bosses, and upon winning you get to catch their non Mega-evolved counterpart. You also get some equivalent mega energy, which can be used to Mega evolve your Pokemon for a limited time. The faster you take down the raid boss, the more Mega energy you get.

Highlighted Pokemon can be shiny.

Mega Gyarados

Mega Gyarados Pokemon Go Cryogarden

CP Range: 1112 – 1177
Boosted CP:
1,728 – 1,817
Type:
Water, Dark
Weakness:
Fairy, Bug, Electric, Grass and Fighting

Pokemon Go Raid Rewards

Completing the raid successfully will reward all the players with exclusive items, as well as XP. The rewards you receive depend on the time taken to defeat the Raid Boss, the damage you deal, and the raid level. Higher the raid level, greater are the rewards you receive. However, if you lose, you will still get some amount of Stardust. Blow are the list of items which you can receive from Raids:

Premier Balls:

Premier Balls are given to players after a successful Raid. These balls can only be used to capture the Raid Boss, and cannot be restocked. So, if you run out of Premier balls, the Raid Boss will flee. factors which contribute towards the number of balls you get are: Damage dealt, Team’s Performance, Gym control, Friend bonus and the Gym level.

Rare Candies:

Rare Candies are special candies, which when used on a Pokemon, turn into that Pokemon’s candies. The drop rate of rare candies is not fixed; however, the higher is the raid tier, the more candies you get.

TMs:

The TMs or Technical machines you receive from Raids are of two types: Charged and Fast. Charged TM is used to change the charged move of a Pokemon; while the Fast TM changed the fast move of a Pokemon.

Revives:

You can receive either normal Revives, Max Revives, or both. Revives are used to revive fainted Pokemon after battles. The drop rate of Revives is not fixed.

Potions:

All the four types of potions, namely Normal, Super, Hyper and Max can be received as rewards from raids. Potions are used to restore the HP of your Pokemon after battles. The type of potion you get depend on the type of raid you participated in.

Stardust:

Stardust is an consumable item which is received regardless of the fact whether you won or lost. The amount of Stardust you get depends upon the type of Raid Battle.