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Poliwrath

⬅ #061 Poliwhirl#063 Abra ➡
Pokedex Entry #062: Poliwrath is a Water/Fighting Type Pokemon. It evolves from Poliwhirl.
Poliwrath's highly developed, brawny muscles never grow fatigued, however much it exercises. It is so tirelessly strong, this Pokémon can swim back and forth across the ocean without effort.
Pokédex:#062
Type(s):
Species:Tadpole Pokémon
Height:4′3″ (1.30m)
Weight:119 lbs (54.0 kg)
Poliwrath Base StatsPoliwrath Stat Rankings
Stamina:180Stamina:# 34
Attack:182Attack:# 77
Defense:187Defense:# 65
Max CP:2441CP:# 54
Overall:# 43
Poliwrath Moves
Poliwrath Fast Moves:Poliwrath Charge Moves:
BubbleRock SmashDynamic PunchHydro PumpIce Punch
Type:
Type:
Power:1215Power:9013050
Cooldown:1.2 sec1.3 secCooldown:2.7 sec3.3 sec1.9 sec
Energy:14.010.0Energy:-50.0-100.0-33.0
DPS:10.011.5DPS:33.339.426.3
w/ STAB:12.514.4w/ STAB:41.749.226.3
Ideal Moveset for Poliwrath:
Move:Rock SmashHydro Pump
Category:Fast Charge
DPS:11.539.4
DPS (w/ STAB):14.449.2
Rank (w/ STAB):#17#14
Overall Rank:#242#53
*Poliwrath Legacy Moves
Legacy Fast Moves:Legacy Charge Moves:
Mud ShotSubmission
Type:
Type:
Power:5Power:60
Cooldown:0.6 secCooldown:2.2 sec
Energy:7.0Energy:-50.0
DPS:8.3DPS:27.3
w/ STAB:8.3w/ STAB:27.3
*Poliwrath acquired before update may have a Legacy Move listed above. However, Legacy moves are no longer obtainable.
Poliwrath Locations
TBD
Water Offensive Type Effectiveness
Water Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XWater Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Water Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Water Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Water Pokemon:
Fighting Offensive Type Effectiveness
Fighting Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XFighting Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Fighting Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Fighting Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Fighting Pokemon:
Poliwrath Evolution
Poliwrath Evolves FromPoliwrathEvolves Into
Candy Required for Evolution-
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⬅ #061 Poliwhirl#063 Abra ➡
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28 comments :

Robert Watson said...

Showed up had bubble/hydro pump

Anonymous said...

Mine found in the wild had mud slap for standard and ice punch for charged move.

Anonymous said...

The wild one that I caught knows mud shot and hydro pump.

Anonymous said...

HOW MANY CHARGES AND DAMAGE CAN U DO WITH ICE PUNCH?

Anonymous said...

Mine evolved from a Poliwhirl with Bubble (15) and Ice Punch (45).

Blogger said...

mud shot and ice punch from evolving poliwag into 98iv 1427cp poliwrath

Anonymous said...

So does power mean nothing and everything is based off of dps?

vicky sharma said...

2.3 sec cooldown for bubble is worst

Anonymous said...

95.6% IV with ideal moves is OP OP OP defender.

Dan said...

There is no such thing as a 'OP OP OP Defender'
- Not with the current set up.

Gyms are designed to favour the attacker, not the defender. They are also designed for a quick turn around.

So yes, having a 'ideal / recommended' move set will cause some damage, BUT if the attacker is proficient at dodging, this guy won't be around for long; irrespective of IV's or STAB moves.

My Magneton (for example) smashes through these with relative ease with some well timed dodge, as the attack rate of bubble is so poor, that my 0.7 sec Spark does a sizable amount of STAB electric attacks and take minimal damage in return.

Result: Goodnight Poliwrath.

Anonymous said...

Saved a lot of candies to get Bubble and Ice Punch, must frustrating shit ever. Also got a lot of bad move sets for IVs with more than 90%... Guess they like to f*ck up for those who know about it..

Anonymous said...

This thing actually counters Lapras pretty well with a STAB fighting charge move and resistance to ice.

Anonymous said...

MIne is Mud Shot + Submission. Is that really a poor match?

Anonymous said...

Got one with Mud Shot/ Ice Punch... saved 125 candys for this shit

Anonymous said...

This past weekend caught a wild Poliwrath with CP 1649 and Bubble/Hydro Pump. IVs are lousy, 20%, but as an attacker with double STAB, it's been pretty decent at helping take down some gyms in my area.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Mud Shot+Hydro Pmp is better because Mud shot is quicker, thus for defending it is more difficult to be dodged. I have a Poliwrath 93,3% with these two moves. I am thinking of boosting it up.What do you say?

Unknown said...

So, if my 15/14/14 Poliwrath has submission as the charge move (even though it has bubble) should I not bother powering it up?

On a similar note, would a 15/14/13 Vaporeon with perfect moveset be stritcly better?

Medic_Foxx said...

Caught one in the wild with bubble/hydro pump, the "I'm blown away by it's stats" quote and the "it amazes me, it can accomplish anything" quote too. It's at ~1,050 cp right now but I'm out of candies for it. Still, I'm happy.

Anonymous said...

Started with a perfect IV polywag and just got a polywrath with bubble/hydro pump :D

Anonymous said...

poliwrath is pretty much viable with bubble and any of the charge moves. bubble is incredible especially for gym defense.
it's a treat to see that poliwrath is the only notable pkmn to have bubble among a bunch of NFEs, and bubble is basically best described as a quick move that thinks it's a special move. even pkmn that resist bubble will feel a sting from it.

bubble/hydro pump for raw power. just have something else in store for dragonite and the grass and water types that wall it.
bubble/ice punch lets it reverse-counter all of the game's grass and flying types.
bubble/submission lets it hit more things neutral and have a niche at whittling at lapras, though it'll be walled by the grass/poison types, exeggutor, dragonite...

though mud shot/hydro pump shouldn't be scoffed at either. only 5 noteworthy things in the kanto dex wall that set.

Anonymous said...

Fought one today with Bubble and Ice Punch against my Vileplume... My VIleplume CP is a lot higher than the Polywrath and the Polywrath took out my little baby with Ice Punch T.T. If you get Ice Punch instead of Hydro Pump, don't get discouraged. Ice Punch cover Polywrath's weakness.

Steve said...

Evolved one from a Poliwag that I hatched from a 5 km egg. Got Bubble/Hydro Pump for the moveset and he has exceptional stats and IV's as well. Feeling so blessed right now.

Unknown said...

Caught one in the wild, 84% IV, it has mud shot & submission. Should I bother powering it up? It's 1233 CP.

Av. Sombrio said...

I've got 5 Poliwraths with submission and ice punch that i know very well the combinations

Poliwhirl Size XS or XL with Mudbomb = Hydropump
Poliwhirl with Scald = Hydropump
Poliwhirl with Mudbomb = Submission
Poliwhirl with Bubblebeam = Submission
Poliwhirl Size XS or XL with BubbleBeam = Ice Beam
Poliwhirl Size XS or XL with Scald = Ice Beam

Av. Sombrio said...

To get Hydropump, try normal poliwhirl with Scald or XS/XL Size Poliwhirl with Mud Bomb.

Anonymous said...

The prior moveset have no bearing on the future moveset of the evolution. It's all RNG. I just evolved an XS poliwhirl with mudbomb and it got ice punch where you are claiming it would get hydropump.

David Janssen said...

Mudshot and submission. I'm so salty

Steve said...

After I had evolved mine listed above, with 89% IVs, I found out that Niantic had nerfed him in terms of defense stats. I understand that he's still good as a gym defender but at the same time it sort of feels like Niantic dropped trou and took a dump on my parade.

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