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Ho-Oh

⬅ #249 Lugia#251 Celebi ➡
Pokedex Entry #250: Ho-Oh is a Fire/Flying Type Pokemon. It has no Evolution.
Ho-Oh's feathers glow in seven colors depending on the angle at which they are struck by light. These feathers are said to bring happiness to the bearers. This Pokémon is said to live at the foot of a rainbow.
Pokédex:#250
Type(s):
Species:Rainbow Pokémon
Height:12′6″ (3.81m)
Weight:438.7 lbs (199.0 kg)
Ho-Oh Base StatsHo-Oh Stat Rankings
Stamina:212Stamina:# 11
Attack:263Attack:# 3
Defense:301Defense:# 5
Max CP:4650CP:# 2
Overall:# 1
Ho-Oh Moves
Ho-Oh Fast Moves:Ho-Oh Charge Moves:
ExtrasensorySteel WingBrave BirdFire BlastSolar Beam
Type:
Type:
Power:1211Power:90140180
Cooldown:1.1 sec0.8 secCooldown:2 sec4.2 sec4.9 sec
Energy:12.06.0Energy:-100.0-100.0-100.0
DPS:10.913.8DPS:45.033.336.7
w/ STAB:10.913.8w/ STAB:56.341.736.7
Ideal Moveset for Ho-Oh:
Move:Steel WingBrave Bird
Category:Fast Charge
DPS:13.845.0
DPS (w/ STAB):13.856.3
Rank (w/ STAB):#23#1
Overall Rank:#248#18
*Ho-Oh Legacy Moves
Legacy Fast Moves:Legacy Charge Moves:
Type:Type:
Power:Power:
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w/ STAB:w/ STAB:
*Ho-Oh acquired before update may have a Legacy Move listed above. However, Legacy moves are no longer obtainable.
Ho-Oh Locations
TBD
Fire Offensive Type Effectiveness
Fire Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XFire Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Fire Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Fire Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Fire Pokemon:
Flying Offensive Type Effectiveness
Flying Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XFlying Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Flying Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Flying Pokemon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Flying Pokemon:
Ho-Oh Evolution
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⬅ #249 Lugia#251 Celebi ➡
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5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Stat-wise, yes, it's #1, and holy hell, that CP score is crazy high, second only to Mewtwo and max being almost 1k more than the #3 CP, Tyranitar. However, the fact that it can only ever have 1 of its moves (at a time) enjoy STAB, it kinda takes the wind out from its wings, whereas Tyranitar at #2 overall spot can have both its fast and charge moves utilize STAB.

Tanner said...

Am I missing something here? In 4.2 seconds of gameplay, fireblast will do 140(1.25)=175 damage with STAB.. In 2 seconds of gameplay bravebird will do 90(1.25)=112.5 damage with STAB.. I understand how damage per second is better but, it's not like you can just keep using charge moves back to back.. you have to resort to fast moves.. So in 4.2 seconds of gameplay you would either use one fireblast with 175 damage or, in 4.4 seconds use one bravebird and three steel wings for 112.5+11(3)=145.5 damage.. Fireblast clearly wins. However, the three fast attacks will charge another bravebird faster and some calculus will show which move is better with x amount of time. I just think this method is too simple

Cam Hendrix said...

Ho-Oh is finally here. I wish I could say I was the first to capture a 100% IV specimen, but it turns out many people are sharing their 100% Ho-Ohs on Twitter, so I highly doubt I’m the first... but it’s still awesome! Steel Wing and Brave Bird FTW!

Anonymous said...

I agree that fire blast is better, unless the fight lasts long enough for enough brave birds to be activated. Else, fire blast will be my most recommended charged move.

Steve said...

After having done literally hundreds of raids, Niantic FINALLY offered me a perfect IV Legendary to catch, in my case it was Ho-oh. And I caught it, feeling so blessed right now.

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