Finding, catching and then evolving a Pokemon Go monster can be an arduous task. But after you have caught these Pokemon Go monsters, evolving them to a higher level isn’t the only option in the game.
After you have spent a sufficient amount of time hatching and upgrading your Pokemon Go monsters, you can go to a Pokemon Gym nearby and fight with other Pokemon stationed there.
If the Pokemon Gym is controlled by your team then you’ll be able to train your Pokemon at that particular Pokemon Gym.
However, if the Pokemon Gym has been taken over by Pokemon Go Players that are not on your team then you have the option of fighting those Pokemon Go players to take back the control of the Pokemon Gym or you can go someplace else to train your Pokemon.
Whatever the case may be, you need to know how powerful your Pokemon Go monster is because, without that knowledge, you are more than likely to lose any given battle.
Every Pokemon Go monster in Pokemon Go augmented reality game (currently the augmented reality game has proven to be a cash cow for Nintendo; a company that didn’t even develop the augmented reality game) has Combat Points (CP), some Pokemon Go players like to call that rating Combat Power, which determines how powerful your Pokemon Go monster really is.
The higher your Pokemon Go monster’s CP rating, the greater the chance that you’ll come out on top from a Gym battle.
But, as has been mentioned so many time before, Combat Power isn’t the only factor that counts towards the victor of a given Gym Battle.
There are a lot of other things PoGo (Pokemon Go) players need to keep in mind if they want to be successful in defeating other PoGo players when it comes to fighting.
PoGo players need to master the concept of base attack, base defense and base stamina.
Don’t make the mistake of forgetting to take into account the “Type” of your Pokemon because if you choose the wrong Pokemon type before going into a battle, then your chance of success would diminish significantly.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner PoGo player or an experienced one. You must do your best in order to understand the game mechanics of fighting in PoGo augmented reality video game.
Combat Power is a major factor in deciding which Pokemon will come out on top after a Gym battle, but PoGo player also need to learn methods through which they can increase their chances of success against any and every PoGo monster.
One of these methods is your ability to throw a PokeBall at your opponents more quickly and more accurately than your opposing Pokemon.
Being able to dodge your opponent’s normal attacks, special attacks, and multiple attacks is an absolute must if you want to defeat your opponent’s Pokemon.
You also need to make sure that your Pokemon type isn’t vulnerable to your opponent’s Pokemon Type.
For example, fire based Pokemon will always beat water-based Pokemon. There are very few exceptions to the aforementioned rule.
So make sure you select the right type of Pokemon before going into a battle because otherwise, you will have, as so many other PoGo players have learned the hard way, no chance of winning against a bigger and stronger Pokemon that usually occupies any given Pokemon Gym.
With all that said, there is little doubt that the biggest factor in winning Gym Battles in PoGo is indeed your PoGo monster’s CP (Combat Power/Points) rating.
Below, we have compiled the list of every Pokemon monster that exists in the PoGo augmented reality mobile video game.
You won’t find a more inclusive or comprehensive list so use it often and learn as much as you can about which Pokemon has the higher CP rating.
Remember, you may not have the most powerful PoGo monster for every battle. But guess what? Your opponent wouldn’t bring the most powerful Pokemon to every battle either.
A better way to use this list would be to, first, hit “Ctrl” and “F” together on your keyboard.
That action would open up a search box in your browser.
Then use that search box to find the name of your Pokemon in the list and note down its CP rating.
Do the same for your opponent’s PoGo monster if that is possible at all.
After you have compared the two CP’s, then use your judgment (after you have read the introduction to this post of course) to gauge if you’ll be able to win a particular battle.
Remember, this list shows highest possible Maximum CP rating.
PoGo monsters evolve and attain high CP values when you progress through the augmented reality game.
This list could also prove to be really useful when it comes to which PoGo monsters would pay off in the long run in terms of evolving them (which requires resources so you should spend yours wisely).
This list has been uncovered by Gamepress and while the list can be relied upon, we’re still hard at work in confirming these ratings.
As a final thought, don’t forget that these ratings are based upon “highest possible CP values”, so make sure your PoGo monster is appropriately evolved before looking up this list.
But even if you don’t have a fully leveled up Pokemon yet, it doesn’t hurt to learn more about a popular mobile game or does it?
Did we miss a Pokemon? (we’re sure we didn’t, but you never know), Use the comments section to let us know.