Players will have the opportunity to capture a special Fighting Tera Cinderace if they participate in the event’s second round, which will take place from January 13 through January 15. A 7-Star Raid is obviously no joke. You need to raise Pokemon that counter the raid boss, in this case, a Level 100 Mighty Cinderace Pokémon.
The following is a rundown of how you may take on the Mighty Cinderace in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet and emerge victorious with seven stars’ worth of prizes, regardless of whether you are going at it alone or banding together for an easier effort.
- Chilling Water
- Rain Dance/Helping Hand
As a Pokémon of the Water and Flying types, Pelipper has a natural resistance to the Fire and Fighting-type attacks that Cinderace use. It also has very high basic defense that gives it the ability to withstand a startling amount of physical damage.
- Belly Drum
- Play Rough
- Aqua Jet / Helping Hand
Azumarill is one of the most reliable choices for the Cinderace raid, just as it was for the Charizard raid event before it. The effectiveness of Azumaril’s water-type attacks against Cinderace is mostly down to the fact that it can chain Belly Drum with its big power ability, which enables it to deal an enormous amount of damage.
- Helping Hand/Howl
- Psychic Fangs/Play Rough
Since Arcanine does not mind absorbing the majority of the damage that Cinderace can deal out, an Arcanine equipped with defensive moves like as Charm, Helping Hand, and Will-O-Wisp is the ideal route to follow given that the majority of players will be running offensive set configurations.
If you have a Pokémon in your collection that, via the use of terastallization, can change its type to either water or flying, there is a good chance that it may be employed to some effect in this fight. Just keep in mind that you still have to outlast the Mighty Cinderace throughout numerous turns.