Walking Wake Tera Raid is now included Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. If you’re looking for the best counters to Walking Wake Tera Raid and Walking Wake moves, you’re in the right place.
Walking WakeTera Raid is now available in Pokemon Violet. Walking Wake is a paradox version of Pokemon Black and White’s legendary Pokemon, Suice.
A walking wake Tera Raid starts on February 27, 2023 at 15:00 UTC and ends on March 12, 2023 at 23:59 UTC.
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Walking Wake Tera Raid Guide: Walking Wake counter Pokemon
Starting with the new Paldean form of an old friend, Clodsire is a great choice for this fight due to his abilities. Clodsire has the ability to absorb water, meaning it heals itself when attacked with water-type moves.
Combine this with a high defense level and Clodsire is very difficult for Pokemon Walking Wake to pick out of battle. Use Clodsire with Earthquake to deal significant damage to Walking Wake.
Like this Paldean cousin, the Water Absorb ability makes Quagsire a fantastic choice for raiding. Quagsire can also do some pretty significant damage against Greninja by doubling the damage of powerful ground-type attacks with Curse.
- Belly drum
- Play Rough
- Aqua Jet
The raid powerhouse itself, Azumarill, has become an early favorite in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Tera Raids thanks to its incredible combination of Belly Drum and Play Rough. You’ll see a lot of Azumarill in lane, especially with the damage from Play Rough, but it’s still not as deadly as Walking Wake’s water script.
Walking Wake Tera Raid Guide: Walking Wake Shiny
Walking Wake cannot appear as a Shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.
Walking Wake Tera Raid Guide: Walking Wake item drop
The following items can drop from the Walking Wake Tera Raid guide (via Serebii).
- Exp. Candy L *1 (23%)
- Exp. Candy L *2 (11%)
- Rare candy *1 (4%)
- Health Feather *2 (10%)
- Tomato berry *3 (8%)
- Big Pearl *1 (12%)
- String of pearls *1 (2%)
- Nugget *1 (5%)
- Naive mint *1 (2%)
- PP Up *1 (3%)
- Bottle cap *1 (2%)
- Psychic Tera Shard *2 (11%)
- Ability Capsule *1 (2%)