Shieldon will be a Rock and Steel type T1 raid boss during part 2 of the Brillant Diamond and Shining Pearl event. Shieldon evolves into Bastiodon. It can be shiny.Shieldon
Shieldon is a T1 boss, but it still has a lot of bulk. It has multiple very exploitable weaknesses though.
It’s a Rock and Steel type, so it’s very weak to Ground and Fighting type attacks, with an average weakness to Water. It’s resistant to a ton; Bug, Dragon, Fairy, Ice, Psychic, and Rock, with an extra strong resistance to , Normal, and especially Poison.
Shadows and Megas won’t be listed. They’re not necessary to take down a T1 in good time, and Shadow Pokémon are incredibly expensive to power up. However, if you have any of the listed Pokémon as shadow forms, they’re of course better.
|#||Pokemon||Fast Move||Charge Move||Time to win||Deaths|
|8.||Landorus (Therian)||Mud Shot||Earthquake||87.43s||1.00|
|13.||Landorus||Mud Shot||Earth Power||99.14s||1.00|
Stats and Catch CP
|Max CP at Level 40 890 | Max CP at Level 50 1007|
|Weak to||Strong Against|
|Groundx2 Fightingx2 Water||Bug Dragon Fairy Ice Psychic Rock x2 Normalx2 Poisonx3|
Shieldon is boosted by Partly Cloudy and Snow weather.
- CP range on catch (L20): 465 – 509
- Weather Boosted CP range on catch (L25): 581 – 636
|Fast Moves||Charge Moves|
Shieldon has some alright attacks, but it’s attack stat won’t make them sting.
Bastiodon is one of Great League’s strongest walls, beating most flying types cleanly. It needs a lot of XL candy to reach it’s full potential, so raiding a few Shieldon before Shinx Community Day, which has a 4x higher transfer XL rate, wouldn’t be the worst idea.
Stay safe, trainers!