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Metang Weakness & Raid Counters in Pokemon Go (2022)

Pokemon Go will have you facing off against difficult raid Pokemon throughout your journey outdoors. If one of these is Metang, you are going to need to have a strong team by your side, because they can be a difficult fight if you don’t have the right setup available. If you are getting ready for a battle with Metang, we’ll walk you through the best counters and all of its weaknesses in this guide!

Metang Weaknesses

Best Metang Counters

Metang Counters List

Metang Weaknesses

Metang is a Steel and Psychic-type Pokemon, which makes it have weakness to Dark, Fire, Ghost, and Ground-type moves. You will want to bring a team full of Pokemon who can utilize those move types to take down Metang quickly!

If you are running out of Pokemon to throw at Metang, you will just want to make sure to avoid bringing any Pokemon that have Poison, Psychic, Dragon, Fairy, Flying, Grass, Ice, Normal, Rock, and Steel-type moves. Metang is resistant to all of these, particularly Poison and Psychic. You will also want to try and avoid bringing Rock, Ice, Fairy, Fighting and Poison-type Pokemon. These are all weak to Psychic and Steel-type moves, which is what Metang is going to use against you.

Best Metang Counters

The best counters for Metang in Pokemon Go are the following Pokemon: Reshiram, Chandelure, Darkrai, Darmanitan, Moltres, Hoopa, Excadrill, Entei, Gengar, and Heatran. If you have shadow or mega versions of the ones on these list, they are generally going to be the best option.

Here’s an extended list of the Pokemon you can use with the best moves that they have available to them for the fight. You don’t have to have the exact moveset, but make sure you have the right type of moves to take advantage of Metang’s weaknesses.

Metang Counters List

  • Reshiram – Fire Fang/Overheat
  • Chandelure – Fire Spin/Shadow Ball
  • Darmanitan – Fire Fang/Overheat
  • Moltres – Fire Spin/Overheat
  • Hoopa – Astonish/Shadow Ball
  • Excadrill – Mud Slap/Earthquake
  • Entei – Fire Fang/Overheat
  • Gengar – Shadow Claw/Shadow Ball
  • Heatran – Fire Spin/Flamethrower
  • Charizard – Fire Spin/Blast Burn
  • Flareon – Fire Spin/Overheat
  • Garchomp – Mud Shot/Earth Power
  • Blaziken – Fire Spin/Blast Burn
  • Rhyperior – Mud Slap/Earthquake
  • Weavile – Snarl/Foul Play
  • Typhlosion – Incinerate/Blast Burn
  • Groudon – Mud Shot/Earthquake
  • Emboar – Ember/Blast Burn
  • Krookodile – Snarl/Earthquake
  • Houndoom – Fire Fang/Foul Play
  • Absol – Snarl/Dark Pulse
  • Honchkrow – Snarl/Dark Pulse
  • Magmortar – Fire Spin/Fire Blast

If you run out of the best counters on the list then running pretty much any high level Dark, Fire, Ghost, and Ground-type Pokemon should get the job done. You don’t always have to have the ideal Pokemon to win the battle!

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Those are all of the weaknesses and best counters for Metang in Pokemon Go. We have more detailed guides for you to checkout in the Pokemon Go section of our website.

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