Mesprit

Mesprit is a member of the Lake Trio with Azelf and Uxie, a legendary trio introduced in Generation 4 and having a Raid Boss CP of 41887. Mesprit is a Psychic type, meaning it is weak to Dark, Bug, and Ghost types, while resisting Fighting and Psychic types.

It is boosted by Windy weather, and leads to its capture CPs being in the following ranges:

  • 1669-1747 CP for a regular Level 20 encounter
  • 2086-2184 CP for a Windy weather boosted encounter (Level 25)

Mesprit has a stat composition of 212 Attack, 212 Defense, and 190 Stamina leading to a Max CP of 3058. What this means is that in comparison to the Attack oriented Azelf and the defense-oriented Uxie, Mesprit will be a middle of the road boss and not be as easy as Azelf but be easier than Uxie.

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Mesprit can be duoed, but this is a hard one to do, requiring you to take advantage of either friend boosts or weather. Otherwise, we would suggest you take on Mesprit in groups of 3-7, for high-level players, or 8-20, for lower level players.

Mesprit Raid Counters

# Pokemon Fast Move Charge Move Time to win Deaths
1. Gengar (Mega) Lick Shadow Ball 491.77s 24.83
2. Houndoom (Mega) Snarl Foul Play 619.23s 14.00
3. Gyarados (Mega) Bite Crunch 695.29s 10.00
4. Darkrai Snarl Shadow Ball 661.97s 17.00
5. Chandelure Hex Shadow Ball 646.88s 22.50
6. Giratina (Origin) Shadow Claw Shadow Ball 697.18s 17.83
7. Weavile Snarl Foul Play 722.13s 18.00
8. Yveltal Snarl Dark Pulse 749.68s 17.17
9. Tyranitar Bite Crunch 798.95s 13.50
10. Hydreigon Bite Dark Pulse 761.12s 19.17
11. Mewtwo Psycho Cut Shadow Ball 755.24s 20.33
12. Gengar Shadow Claw Shadow Ball 651.41s 37.67
13. Escavalier Bug Bite Megahorn 778.45s 19.67
14. Genesect (Normal) Fury Cutter X-Scissor 793.72s 18.50
15. Bisharp Snarl Dark Pulse 814.96s 15.33
16. Houndoom Snarl Foul Play 777.72s 21.50
17. Beedrill (Mega) Bug Bite X-Scissor 674.93s 40.00
18. Absol Snarl Payback 766.92s 28.50
19. Honchkrow Snarl Dark Pulse 775.14s 28.00
20. Scizor Fury Cutter X-Scissor 830.36s 22.00
21. Blastoise (Mega) Bite Hydro Cannon 832.61s 22.67
22. Charizard (Mega Y) Fire Spin Blast Burn 812.80s 25.83
23. Krookodile Snarl Crunch 841.40s 22.00
24. Deoxys (Attack) Poison Jab Dark Pulse 652.57s 53.33
25. Pinsir Bug Bite X-Scissor 804.32s 31.33
26. Mismagius Hex Shadow Ball 816.64s 29.67
27. Shiftry Snarl Foul Play 874.22s 24.00
28. Salamence Bite Draco Meteor 857.36s 27.25
29. Raikou Thunder Shock Shadow Ball 863.86s 27.00
30. Yanmega Bug Bite Bug Buzz 832.27s 33.20
31. Sharpedo Bite Crunch 816.88s 34.33
32. Banette Shadow Claw Shadow Ball 785.55s 40.83
33. Drifblim Hex Shadow Ball 878.83s 28.60
34. Alakazam Psycho Cut Shadow Ball 852.67s 31.67
35. Manectric (Mega) Snarl Wild Charge 852.67s 32.17

Mesprit Movesets

Mesprit has access to the following moves:

Fast move Charge move
  • Extrasensory Psychic
  • Confusion Psychic
  • Blizzard Ice,
  • Future Sight Psychic,
  • Swift Normal

Like Uxie and unlike Azelf, none of these moves cause any real concern in the order of counters, save for Blizzard dropping Honchkrow in overall usage.

Weather Effects

Windy weather will allow for a higher level Mesprit catch at the end of the raid, with the tradeoff being a harder battle with boosted Psychic moves. If you want the fight to be easier; however, try to hope for Fog and Rainy to boost your Ghost, Bug, and Dark counters.

Weather Pro Con
Sunny
Windy Allows a Level 25 Encounter from Weather Boost. Boosts Mesprit’s Extrasensory, Confusion, and Future Sight Psychic moves
Partly Cloudy Boosts Mesprit’s Swift Normal move
Cloudy
Snow Boosts Mesprit’s Blizzard Ice move
Rainy Boosts Bug types
Fog Boosts Dark and Ghost types

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