Gible
Gible

Gible is a Tier 1 raid boss in Pokémon Go and is a part of Part 1 – Pokémon Brilliant Diamond event, running from Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. to Thursday, November 18, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. local time.

Gible evolves into the highly coveted Gen 4’s pseudo legendary: Garchomp, an amazing Pokémon for both PvP and PvE. These raids give you the opportunity to catch a high IV shiny Gible for yourself!

Gible can be caught with the following CP values:

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  • 588 – 635 CP at Level 20, no weather boost
  • 735 – 794 CP at Level 25 with Windy or Sunny weather boost

With a dual typing of Dragon/Ground typing, it is 2x weak to the Ice type, with Dragon and Fairy being its two other weaknesses. As such, its best counters include the likes of Mega Abomasnow, Galarian Darmanitan, Mamoswine and Weavile. You can also go ahead with your powerful Dragon types for the fun.

Being a Tier 1 raid boss with a 2x weakness, Gible is an easy solo.

Gible Raid Counters

Since Shadow Pokémon are extremely expensive to power up and require specific events to remove Frustration with a Charge TM, they will NOT be listed as raid counters in this article. That being said, if you have the shadow form of a listed raid counter Pokémon powered up and TMed, use it.

The best counters for Gible are the following:

Gible Counters
Supreme Counters
Abomasnow (Mega) Powder Snow Ice Weather Ball Ice
Darmanitan (Galarian) Ice Fang Ice Avalanche Ice
Great Counters
Mamoswine Powder Snow Ice Avalanche Ice
Weavile Ice Shard Ice Avalanche Ice
Glaceon Frost Breath Ice Avalanche Ice
Mewtwo Psycho Cut Psychic Ice Beam Ice
Vanilluxe Frost Breath Ice Blizzard Ice
Articuno Frost Breath Ice Ice Beam Ice
Kyurem Dragon Breath Dragon Blizzard Ice
Charizard (Mega X) Dragon Breath Dragon Dragon Claw Dragon
Rayquaza Dragon Tail Dragon Outrage Dragon
Salamence Dragon Tail Dragon Outrage* Dragon
Garchomp Dragon Tail Dragon Outrage Dragon

*denotes a legacy move

Stats and Max CP

Gible DragonGround
Max CP at Level 40 1112 | Max CP at Level 50 1258
ATK 124 DEF 84 HP 151
Weak to Strong Against
Ice Dragon Fairy  Fire Electric Rock Poison Steel

Movepool

Fast Moves Charge Moves
  • Mud Shot Ground
  • Take Down Normal
  • Dig Ground
  • Twister Dragon
  • Body Slam Normal

Parting Words

Gible is and will always be a worthy Pokémon to raid owing to Garchomp’s terrific presence in the meta. You can either stick to your Sand Tomb + Outrage set and not use an Elite Charged TM on Garchomp at all or you can give it Earth Power (yes, it’s an excellent investment!). You can check out this land shark dragon’s analysis both with and without Earth Power from my Garchomp meta article.

All the best, trainers! Happy Sinnoh Journey to all of you!

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