Mega Tyranitar is a Rock/Dark-type Pokémon that was introduced in the Second Generation. It belongs to the category of pseudo-legendary Pokémon. Mega evolution has always been best and Mega Tyranitar proves that as its Moveset, Stats, Abilities, and other features holds top rank in the category which makes it good even on the weakness front too.
Mega Tyranitar is a two-legged Pokémon who gives an impression of a dinosaur. Its entire body seems to be covered with strong green-colored armor. The Mega evolutionary form of Tyranitar contains more holes than its traditional version. A pair of small holes are located on both sides of its neck region while a large thick hole is present on its throat. The size of the chest holes increases and two red-colored oval structures can be seen in the upper holes on its chest—the spikes located on its rear neck decrease. Two thin stretched ridge-like structures are present just above its eyes. A long spike has been planted on top of its head. Several thick and irregular-shaped spikes emerge on both sides of its body. However, its belly region is not covered under the armor. It has red color. The legs become more thick and tough in comparison to its conventional version. A pair of two thick holes are present on both of its thighs. A small-sized spike emerges in the front direction. Its legs possess three toes with pointy conical-shaped nails. Its hands are also shaped pretty similar to the legs but they are shorter. A giant-sized thick tail is located at its rear end with three big spikes arising from its skin. The pointy top of its tail appears to be surrounded by these spikes. Because of receiving advanced powers in its Mega evolutionary form, its backside splits open.
About Mega Tyranitar
- National Pokedex No: 248
- Japanese Name: バンギラス (Bangiras)
- Type: Rock/Dark
- Height: 2.5 m (6′07″)
- Weight: 255.0 kg (445.3 lbs)
- Sand Stream
- Unnerve (hidden ability)
- Local №:
- 246 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
- 251 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)
- 294 (Black 2/White 2)
- 104 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)
- 249 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
- 385 (Sword/Shield)
- 141 (The Crown Tundra)
- Catch rate:45 (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP)
- Base Friendship:35 (lower than normal)
- Base Exp.:315
- Growth Rate: Slow
- Egg Groups: Monster
- Gender:50% male, 50% female
- Egg cycles:40 (10,024–10,280 steps)
Mega Tyranitar Pokédex Stats
- Sp. Atk:95
- Sp. Def:120
Moves Learned By Mega Tyranitar
Moves Learned By Levelling Up
Moves Learned By TM
How To Find Mega Tyranitar?
|Colosseum||Tower Colosseum (Shadow)|
|Let’s Go Pikachu
Let’s Go Eevee
|Shield||Dusty Bowl, Max Raid Battles (Bridge Field, Dusty Bowl, Giant’s Mirror, Giant’s Seat, Rolling Fields, Stony Wilderness, West Lake Axewell)|
How To Evolve?
Larvitar (Rock/Ground-type) is the first member of Tyranitar’s evolution family. Upgrade it to level 30 for its evolution into Pupitar (Rock/Ground-type). It can be further evolved into Tyranitar by the traditional “level up” process. All we need to do is to take Pupitar to level 55 to achieve its final evolutionary form.
Tyranitar is one of the rare Pokémon in the franchise that can undergo Mega Evolution. A Mega Stone named Tyranitarite is necessary to achieve its Mega evolutionary form.
How Much Useful Is My Mega Tyranitar?
The Mega evolutionary form of Tyranitar enables it to utilize the ability of Sand Stream in battle situations. Whenever this ability is used in battles, a dangerous sandstorm is developed around Tyranitar. It has the capability of surviving up to 5 turns. However, its lasting time has been changed into indefinite in the Sixth Generation. In recent generations, no one knows for how long this ability of Tyranitar will last.
Mega Tyranitar proves to be immune to all Psychic-type moveset but becomes uncomfortable against various moves like Fighting, Bug, Ground, Water, Steel, Fairy, and Grass-type moves as the Pokemon has a weakness against these types.
Along with Mega Diancie, Mega Tyranitar is one of those Pokémon in the franchise that possesses the maximum base stat resultant among all Rock-type and Dark-type Pokémon.
Furthermore, Mega Tyranitar’s Attack and Defense stat values are also highest among all Dark-type Pokémon.
So, does the Moveset, weakness, and other information seem worthy of Mega Tyranitar Evolution? Then right away head to Mega Tyranitar Evolution.
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