Torterra is a Tier 3 Raid Boss in Pokémon Go. It will be available during the Sinnoh Tour as a part of the Raid Battles schedule for February and looks like a mix between a tortoise and an ankylosaur. Torterra also has a shell on its back which is dark green and also has a white rim along with a diamond shape with a large tree on top of it as well. You’ll be able to defeat Torterra pretty easily if you use the counters I think are the best by trying them against it personally. So in this Pokémon Go guide, we are going to talk about the best ways and counters using which you’ll be able to defeat Torterra in the easiest way possible.

Torterra in Pokémon Go

Torterra is a dual-type Grass and Ground Pokémon with CP ranging from 1600 to 1677 when no weather boosts exist. It is weak towards Ice, Bug, Fire, and Flying-type counters and has a 2x weakness towards Ice-type attacks. If you are a high-level player and use your best counters from the list I’ll provide below, you’ll be able to defeat Torterra all by yourself. But if you are a low-level player, you will need to bring a friend or two to have an easy victory over Torterra.

Torterra Moveset

Pokémon Go Torterra moveset
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The best moves from the moveset of Torterra are Razor Leaf and Frenzy Plant. Both of these moves deal an aggregate damage of 14.38 per second along with a total damage of 468.1 before it faints. Other decent attacks from its movepool include Bite, Solar Beam, Earthquake, Sand Tomb, and Stone Edge.

Best counters against Torterra in Pokémon Go

Here’s the list of the best counters that you can use against Torterra to have the best chances of winning.

  • Rayquaza (Mega): Air Slash/Dragon Ascent
  • Mamoswine (Shadow): Powder Snow/Avalanche
  • Weavile (Shadow): Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Baxcalibur: Ice Fang/Avalanche
  • Darmanitan (Galarian): Ice Fang/Avalanche
  • Mewtwo (Shadow): Psycho Cut/Ice Beam
  • Mamoswine: Powder Snow/Avalanche
  • Abomasnow (Mega): Powder Snow/Weather Ball
  • Glalie (Mega): Frost Breath/Avalanche
  • Mr. Rime (Shadow): Ice Shard/Triple Axel
  • Articuno (Shadow): Frost Breath/Triple Axel
  • Cetitan: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Rayquaza: Air Slash/Dragon Ascent
  • Weavile: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Glaceon: Frost Breath/Avalanche
  • Charizard (Mega Y): Fire Spin/Blast Burn
  • Gardevoir (Mega): Magical Leaf/Triple Axel
  • Blaziken (Mega): Fire Spin/Blast Burn
  • Abomasnow (Mega): Powder Snow/Weather Ball
  • Piloswine (Shadow): Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Porygon-Z (Shadow): Lock-On/Blizzard
  • Walrein (Shadow): Frost Breath/Icicle Spear
  • Kyurem: Dragon Breath/Glaciate
  • Mewtwo: Psycho Cut/Ice Beam
  • Jynx: Frost Breath/Avalanche
  • Genesect (Chill Drive): Fury Cutter/Techno Blast
  • Avalugg: Ice Fang/Avalanche
  • Moltres (Shadow): Fire Spin/Sky Attack
  • Lopunny (Mega): Double Kick/Triple Axel
  • Cloyster (Shadow): Frost Breath/Avalanche
Pokémon Go Torterra counters
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As long as you use your best counters from the list provided above, it would help if you weren’t facing much of a problem against Torterra. It also has a 2x weakness against Ice-type attacks so you should try to take full advantage of this.

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