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Pokemon Go Sierra December 2021 Pokemon Lineup and Best Counters

Team GO Rocket have made their way back into the game, and our ‘favorite’ enemies are starting to appear again. Yes, that’s right, the Team Go Rocket Leaders SIerra, Arlo, and Cliff are back in Pokemon Go, with new Shadow Pokemon lineups and stronger than ever.

One of the Team Go Rocket Leaders is Sierra. You might think that beating Sierra and her Shadow Pokemon is an easy task, but she is far from easy to beat. It turns out the Sierra is one of the most challenging Team Go Rocket Leaders, and to beat her, you must use the best Pokemon counters and the right movesets.

To make it easier for you, we have prepared a list of Sierra’s line-up, which Pokemon you should choose, and moves, and we hope that it will be easier for you to win this battle.

Leader Sierra new Pokemon lineup and Best Counters

#1 Shadow Pokemon lineup and best counters

Shadow Nidoran (can be shiny)

  • Rhyperior with Mud Slap and Rock Wrecker
  • Excadrill with Mud Slap and Return
  • Metagross with Zen Headbutt and Meteor Mash
  • Aggron with Smack Down and Return
  • Jirachi with Confusion and Return

# 2 Shadow Pokemon lineup and best counters

Shadow Beedrill

  • Heatran with Fire Spin and Iron Head
  • Aggron with Smack Down and Return
  • Shadow Aggron with Smack Down and Return
  • Mega Gengar with Hex and Shadow Punch
  • Probopass with Rock Throw and Magnet Bomb

Shadow Vileplume 

  • Heatran with Fire Spin and Iron Head
  • Burn Genesect with Fury Cutter and Techno Blast Burn
  • Genesect with Fury Cutter and X-Scissor
  • Mega Charizard Y with Wing Attack and Dragon Claw
  • Giratina Origin with Shadow Claw and Shadow Ball

Shadow Slowbro

  • Zarude with Vine Whip and Energy Ball
  • Mega Gyarados with Dragon Tail and Crunch
  • Yveltal with Snarl and Dark Pulse
  • Giratina Origin with Shadow Claw and Shadow Ball
  • Mew with Volt Switch and Wild Charge

#3 Shadow Pokemon lineup and best counters

Shadow Houndoom

  • Omastar with Mud Shot and Rock Slide
  • Mega Gyarados with Dragon Tail and Aqua Tail
  • Regirock with Lock On and Stone Edge
  • Swampert with Mud Shot and Hydro Cannon
  • Shadow Omastar with Mud Shot and Rock Slide

Shadow Marowak

  • Lugia with Dragon Tail and Sky Attack
  • Shadow Lugia with Dragon Tail and Sky Attack
  • Giratina with Shadow Claw and Dragon Claw
  • Scyther with Fury Cutter and X-Scissor
  • Dragonite with Dragon Tail and Dragon Claw

Shadow Nidoqueen

  • Excadrill with Mud Shot and Drill Run
  • Rhyperior with Mud Slap and Surf
  • Mega Gyarados with Dragon Breath and Aqua Tail
  • Swampert with Mud Shot and Hydro Cannon
  • Rhydon with Mud Slap and Surf

We hope this guide helps you, so good luck defeating Sierra and her new Shadow Pokemon lineup.


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Dejan Kacurov

Hi, gamers! You can call me Mr. DComplex. I'm a gamer, a hardcore gamer. My favorite genres are Action RPG and MMORPG. At the moment I'm using my PC as my only gaming platform, but soon I might get a new PS4 from Angel. Update - Angel did get me a PS4, oh wait, it's the PS4 PRO 1TB!!! Much love bro!

One Comment

  1. I didn’t have all that you listed but I used Tyranitar (Bite and Stone edge), and MewTwo (Confusion and Focus Blast). For the third Pokémon, I just put in my 3rd higher HP Pokémon which was Gyrados (Waterfall and outrage).
    Sierra had nidorian, vileplume, and marowak.

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