Pokémon GO Staraptor is a dual Normal and type Pokémon, which evolves from Staravia (which in turn evolves from Starly). The evolution from Staravia to Staraptor is expected to cost 50 candies like Pidgeotto’s evolution to Pidgeot (as the Starly line is practically the Gen 4 equivalent of the Pidgey line).
Staraptor has a max CP of 2675, with an ATK of 234, DEF of 145, and STA of 170. Although it probably won’t be incredible by any means, its stats are surprisingly good compared to those of its feathered counterparts from previous generations: Pidgeot, Swellow and Noctowl.
This chart will compare Staraptor’s stats to those of other prominent Normal types aren’t good for much in an attacking role. Note that only Pokémon able to learn moves are listed in the table; thus Salamence, Gyarados, and the Legendary Birds of Kanto are excluded.types, as
|Flying Type||Max CP||Attack||Defense||Stamina|
Overall, Staraptor isn’t anything special compared to othertypes. In the main series games, it shone thanks to its great Attack and Speed stats, as well as its access to the coveted move Close Combat. Unfortunately, in Pokémon GO, it simply won’t be a top-tier attacker.
First off, Rayquaza’s attack stat is miles higher than Staraptor’s, and it is the only Pokémon of the above list with a (confirmed/currently available) double Fighting does not benefit from STAB, and the battling scene in Pokémon GO is centered around having specialized attackers to counter specific types, so Staraptor will not see much use in that department either. No wonder Staraptor has an edgy hairdo and unimpressed expression — although it far outstrips other regional birds, it will see limited use in the Pokémon GO meta.moveset. As Speed is not directly implemented in Pokémon GO (it is instead factored into the Pokémon’s ATK stat), Staraptor can’t take advantage of that strength either. Close Combat
Despite this, its attack stat is still quite good. Starly are expected to be very common, so Staraptor may be a discount choice of a Fighting, Bug, or Grass type Raid Bosses such as Machamp and Exeggutor.glass cannon to be used against
Staraptor will take super-effective damage from Rock, Electric and Ice moves, while resisting Bug and Grass and being immune to Ghost and Ground.
Based on its main series movepool, here are some potential moves for Staraptor:
|Fast Moves||Charged Moves|
The following chart will help you visualize what weather conditions are helpful or harmful when battling or raiding with Staraptor.
|Partly Cloudy||Boosts its potential Normal moves||Boosts super-effective Rock moves|
|Cloudy||Boosts its potential Fighting moves (Close Combat)||—|
|Rainy||—||Boosts super-effective Electric moves|
|Windy||Boosts its potentialmoves||—|
|Snow||—||Boosts super-effective Ice moves|
Shiny Staraptor is pretty cool! Like its pre-evolutions, its shiny variant looks similar to its original coloration but sports a richer brown color and a blue tip to its crest of feathers rather than red.
Known as the “Predator Pokémon,” Staraptor diverges from its pre-evolutions’ starling-like designs and instead appears to be a large bird of prey.
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