Heatran Pokemon Go is a powerful Fire and Steel type Pokémon with having the max CP of 4244. Its stats in game are 251 ATK, 213 DEF ,and 209 STA . Heats’ best move set include: 14 DPS from fire spin or flamethrower; 8-9 mains damages on top moves like solar beam/dragon breath which will do about 2 -3 hits each hit). Heatrain can also be boosted by sunny weathers giving him increased power levels when Sunny has an effect for 1 hour 45 minutes before going back down again.
- Max CP: 4244
- Attack: 251
- Defense: 213
- Stamina: 209
- Generation: Generation 4
- Category: Legendary
- Base Flee Rate: 4%
- Buddy Distance: 20 km
- Pokédex Height: 1.7 m
- Pokédex Weight: 430.0 kg
- Can be put in a gym?: No
- Can be transfered?: Yes
- Stardust cost for Second Charge move: 100000
- Candy cost for Second Charge move: 100
Best Heatran Moveset
- Fire Spin Fire
- Bug Bite Bug
- Fire Blast Fire
- Stone Edge Rock
- Iron Head Steel
Heatran’s move pool is a unique and interesting mix of moves that benefit from STAB and some seemingly just there for flavor purposes. Fire Spin, the fire based super-effective attack; deals an excellent 14 base power with little drawbacks (native clause).
Bug Bite Bug proves to be quite the hiccup for Heatran, as its charge moves are much less powerful than they were before. Fire Blast is still a high damage output move that benefits from STAB and deals neutral damage against Ground types; however Stone Edge arguably poses more of an issue because it only does half the amount when attacking these type foes while dealing far lower amounts overall (with exception being Rock-Type Pokemon).
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Iron Head is a powerful move that deals neutral damage to your Ground type Pokémon. This charge attack can be difficult to fight against, as it does not have any notable traits or properties aside from being used by Heatran who has been mandatory throughout the entire game so far!
Heatran is a powerful Fighting- and Steel type, meaning it will take on Water attacks with ease but can withstand Ground types. It also resists several other common attack combinations:
|#||Pokemon||Fast Move||Charge Move||Time to win||Deaths|
|Mud Shot||Earth Power||454.10s||18.63|
|Mud Shot||Earth Power||457.23s||18.75|
|Water Gun||Hydro Cannon||591.66s||14.75|
|Mud Shot||Earth Power||580.16s||20.50|
|Mud Shot||Earth Power||621.15s||18.25|
Gastrodon (West Sea)
Gastrodon (East Sea)
|Thunder Fang||Earth Power||645.56s||19.88|
|Fury Cutter||Earth Power||641.98s||27.50|
|Low Kick||Focus Blast||680.53s||24.63|
|Bug Bite||Drill Run||611.54s||40.43|
|Water Gun||Hydro Cannon||742.23s||21.38|
Pokemon like Groudon and Rhyperior are great choices for Heatran counters as they have access to the move Mud Shot / Slap Ground. Pokemon such as Swampert can also be used in this match up with its typing advantage over ground types; however, we’re awaiting any new evolutions coming along that might tip these battles (such as Mamoswine or Garchomp).
Ground types are the best choice in any weather, but if you don’t have a good selection of Ground type Pokemon that can counter Water and Fighting Pokémon then we recommend using water over fighting. Ground Pokemon take reduced damage from moves designed for their weaknesses so it’ll be easier to cover all four elements with just one team!