Weepinbell Raid Guide (Tier 4 Community Day)

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Here’s how to defeat Tier 4 Weepinbell that spawns in Pokémon GO Raids after Bellsprout Community Day. Weepinbell cannot be shiny from Raids, but defeating the boss will trigger Bellsprout spawns around the Gym with Community Day shiny odds.

Weepinbell can be caught with the following CP values:

  • 862 CP – 921 CP at Level 20, no weather boost
  • 1078 CP – 1151 CP at Level 25 with Sunny and Cloudy weather boost

Weepinbell is a dual Grass and Poison-type Pokémon and is weak to Fire, Flying, Ice, and Psychic-type moves. It takes reduced damage from Electric, Fairy, Fighting, Water, and Grass-type moves.

Weepinbell will be soloable for the well-prepared high-level trainer, especially if utilising Mega Pokémon. Otherwise, we would recommend a minimum of two trainers for those with less ideal counters.

Date and Time

  • Event icon April 20th, 2024, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. local time
  • Raid icon You can only join these raids using Raid Passes and Premium Battle Passes. Remote Raid Passes cannot be used to join these Raid Battles.

Completion rewards

Completing these special raids will cause Bellsprout to appear around the gym in higher numbers, with the same shiny rate as during Community Day hours!

Top Weepinbell Counters Raid icon

The best Weepinbell raid counters according to our GO Hub battle simulator for Weepinbell are:

# Attacker Fast Move Charge Move Faints TTW
1. Rayquaza (Mega) Air Slash Flying Dragon Ascent Flying 2 109s
2. Mewtwo (Shadow) Confusion Psychic Psystrike Psychic 5 121s
3. Charizard (Mega Y) Fire Spin Fire Blast Burn Fire 3 142s
4. Rayquaza Air Slash Flying Dragon Ascent Flying 3 142s
5. Blaziken (Mega) Fire Spin Fire Blast Burn Fire 4 136s
6. Alakazam (Mega) Confusion Psychic Psychic Psychic 6 135s
7. Latios (Mega) Zen Headbutt Psychic Psychic Psychic 3 152s
8. Moltres (Shadow) Fire Spin Fire Sky Attack Flying 4 150s
9. Reshiram Fire Fang Fire Fusion Flare Fire 3 160s
10. Mewtwo Confusion Psychic Psystrike Psychic 5 146s
11. Ho-Oh (Shadow) Incinerate Fire Brave Bird Flying 3 166s
12. Ho-Oh (Apex Shadow) Incinerate Fire Brave Bird Flying 3 166s
13. Metagross (Shadow) Zen Headbutt Psychic Psychic Psychic 3 164s
14. Charizard (Mega X) Fire Spin Fire Blast Burn Fire 3 165s
15. Latios (Shadow) Zen Headbutt Psychic Psychic Psychic 5 156s
16. Chandelure (Shadow) Fire Spin Fire Overheat Fire 5 153s
17. Gardevoir (Mega) Confusion Psychic Psychic Psychic 6 149s
18. Darmanitan (Standard Shadow) Fire Fang Fire Overheat Fire 7 148s
19. Heatran Fire Spin Fire Magma Storm Fire 2 184s
20. Blaziken (Shadow) Fire Spin Fire Blast Burn Fire 7 151s
21. Staraptor (Shadow) Gust Flying Fly Flying 7 152s
22. Entei (Shadow) Fire Fang Fire Overheat Fire 5 163s
23. Latias (Mega) Zen Headbutt Psychic Psychic Psychic 3 176s
24. Hoopa (Unbound) Confusion Psychic Psychic Psychic 6 155s
25. Yveltal Gust Flying Oblivion Wing Flying 4 171s
26. Charizard (Shadow) Fire Spin Fire Blast Burn Fire 5 164s
27. Pidgeot (Mega) Gust Flying Brave Bird Flying 5 166s
28. Lugia (Shadow) Extrasensory Psychic Aeroblast Flying 3 183s
29. Alakazam (Shadow) Confusion Psychic Psychic Psychic 10 149s
30. Honchkrow (Shadow) Peck Flying Sky Attack Flying 8 156s

Reminder: Mega-Evolved Pokémon give other Pokémon special bonuses when brought to a Raid Battle. While a Mega-Evolved Pokémon is on the battlefield, all Trainers’ Pokémon receive an attack boost to all their attacks and gain an additional attack boost if their attack types match the Mega-Evolved Pokémon’s type(s).

Weepinbell Overview General icon

Weepinbell GrassPoison
Max CP at Level 40 1611 | Max CP at Level 50 1822
ATK 172 DEF 92 HP 163
Weak To: Resistances:
Fire Flying Ice Psychic Grass Electric Fairy Fighting Water

Weepinbell Movepool Attack icon

Weepinbell has access to this set of moves as a raid boss:

Fast Moves Charge Moves
  • Razor Leaf* Grass
  • Acid Poison
  • Bullet Seed Grass
  • Seed Bomb Grass
  • Sludge Bomb Poison
  • Power Whip Grass

Weather Effects

Weather condition Pro Attacker Pro Weepinbell
Sunny/Sunny Boosts super effective Fire type attacks, LVL 25 encounter Boosts Grass type moves
Partly Cloudy
Cloudy LVL 25 encounter Boosts Poison type moves
Windy Boosts super effective Flying and Psychic type attacks
Snow Boosts super effective Ice type attacks

The best weather to hit Weepinbell is Windy weather as it boosts two of your super effective attack types, without boosting Weepinbell’s potential movepool. (f you plan to solo this raid pay attention to the weather as it could be very helpful with your attacks.

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