Pokémon Go: Best Moveset and Counters for Landorus (Incarnate)

Guide for the best counters against Landorus (Incarnate) during Battle Raids!

Landorus is a Tier 5 Raid Boss and is orange in color along with having three pink horns and markings on its body. It has white hair which is rectangular and it also has hair on its face. In its incarnate form, it looks a little humanoid and the hair on its face turns into a mustache. It also has got clouds in place of legs. It is Tier 5 Raid Boss which means it won’t be an easy opponent to fight against at all and players will need just the right counters to stand a winning chance. In this Pokémon Go guide, we are going to talk about the best ways and counters to defeat Landorus in its incarnate form.

Landorus (Incarnate) in Pokémon Go

Landorus (Incarnate) is a dual-type Ground and Flying Pokémon with a maximum CP of 3588. It is weak towards only Ice and Water-type attacks with a 2x weakness towards Ice-type attacks so players should make sure to keep their best Ice-type counters in their teams to have the best chance at winning. Players can go in groups of 2 if they have the best set of counters and the conditions are very ideal otherwise groups of 5 high-level players or 8 low-level players.

Landorus (Incarnate) Movesets

Pokémon Go Landorus (Incarnate) counters
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The best moves from the moveset of Landorus (Incarnate) are Rock Throw and Earth Power. Both of them have a combined DPS of 46.6 and are also the best combination of moves that can be used in Pokémon Gyms and PvP battles. Other decent attacks from its moveset include Mud Shot, Outrage, and Rock Slide amongst other options.

Best counters against Landorus (Incarnate) in Pokémon Go

Here’s the list of the best counters that one can use against Landorus (Incarnate) and guarantee a win for themselves.

  • Kyogre (Primal): Waterfall/Blizzard
  • Darmanitan (Galarian Standard): Ice Fang/Avalanche 
  • Mamoswine: Powder Snow/Avalanche
  • Glaceon: Frost Breath/Avalanche
  • Jynx: Frost Breath/Avalanche
  • Weavile: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Mewtwo: Psycho Cut/Ice Beam
  • Avalugg: Ice Fang/Avalanche
  • Aurorus: Frost Breath/Weather Ball
  • Articuno: Frost Breath/Blizzard
  • Kyogre: Waterfall/Blizzard
  • Vanilluxe: Frost Breath/Blizzard
  • Avalugg (Hisuian): Powder Snow/Blizzard
  • Porygon-Z: Lock-On/Blizzard
  • Meloetta (Pirouette): Quick Attack/Ice Punch
  • Walrein: Frost Breath/Blizzard
  • Beartic: Powder Snow/Ice Punch
  • Sneasel: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Piloswine: Powder Snow/Avalanche
  • Mr. Rime: Ice Shard/Ice Punch
  • Regice: Frost Breath/Blizzard
  • Ninetales (Alola): Powder Snow/Weather Ball
  • Lapras: Frost Breath/Blizzard
  • Abomasnow: Powder Snow/Weather Ball
  • Cloyster: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Meloetta: Quick Attack/Ice Punch
  • Kyurem: Dragon Breath/Blizzard
  • Feraligatr: Ice Fang/Hydro Cannon
  • Swampert: Water Gun/Hydro Cannon
  • Glalie: Ice Shard/Avalanche
  • Sandslash (Alola): Powder Snow/Blizzard
  • Froslass: Powder Snow/Avalanche
  • Clawitzer: Water Gun/Ice Beam
  • Samurott: Fury Cutter/Hydro Cannon
  • Kingler: Bubble/Crabhammer
Pokémon Go Landorus (Incarnate) counters
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Players should carry their best Ice-type Pokémon and try to take advantage of the 2x weakness as much as possible. If one doesn’t have high-level counters, they should take their best heavy-hitting Pokémon and go in more trainers against Landorus (Incarnate) to have a chance at winning.

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