A chart showing all Pokémon that can hatch from Normal (Pink) Raid Eggs. These Pokémon are all Level 1 Raid and Level 2 Raid Bosses and should be soloable for 30+ level Trainers.
Note: many trainer call these eggs Pink Eggs, but their official name is Normal Raid Egg.
|Raid Level||Raid Boss||Combat Power||Soloable|
|As Boss||Raid Catch (max)|
Pink Raid Egg Strategy Guide
Although Raid Bosses inside Pink Raid Eggs are mostly soloable for Trainers Level 20+, it’s still important to know their weaknesses and strengths before attacking them. This is especially important for Raiders that prefer to play solo.
Here are some tips for solo play and, in general, countering Tier 1 and 2 Raid Bosses easily:
- Use Jolteon electric against Magikarp and Croconaw
- Use Espeon psychic against Weezing and Muk
- Use Arcanine fire against Bayleef
- Use Vaporeon water against Quilava and Magmar
- Use Pinsir/Scyther bug against Exeggutor (2x weak to Bug attacks)
Normal (Pink) Raid Egg FAQ
Can I solo a Normal Pink Raid Egg?
Yes, you can. Be careful, dodge a lot, refer to the counter list above and good luck Raider! Remember, raiding should be a cooperative experience, so try to get your friends out there for future raids.
Should I use my Raid Pass for Normal Egg Raid or save it for Rare Egg Raids?
In general, if you know that you will have to solo raid, don’t save it for Rare Eggs. Rare Eggs give Level 3 and Level 4 Bosses which require a minimum of 3+ Trainers to defeat them. If you are sitting on a Raid Pass and you were planning to end your daily session, go ahead and use it on a Normal Raid.
What IVs do Normal Raid Egg bosses have?
Normal Raid Bosses have high IVs, similar to how egg IVs behave. It’s unlikely to get a boss with IVs worse than 10/10/10. This is still in active research, but Trainers have consistently reported capturing high IV Pokémon Bosses.