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Nemona Battle Guide & Best Pokemon Team

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This is Nemona Walkthrough Guide in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet (SV). See the lists of Pokemon Team, Nemona battle, weaknesses, and which types of Pokemon are strong for Nemona.

Table of Contents

Nemona Pokemon Team - 1st Battle

After Getting Starter Pokemon

Nemona Pokemon Team - 1st Battle

Right after getting your Starter Pokemon, the first battle with Nemona is initiated. Her Starter Pokemon is inferior to yours so it is likely to be an easy battle.

Nemona's Starter Pokemon

If You Choose Sprigatito

  • Quaxly Icon
    QuaxlyLv5
    Water
    2XGrassElectric

If You Choose Fuecoco

  • Sprigatito Icon
    SprigatitoLv5
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug

If You Choose Quaxly

  • Fuecoco Icon
    FuecocoLv5
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock

How To Defeat Nemona

Use An Effective Move To Win

Each Starter Pokemon has an effective move against Nemona during 1st battle.

PokemonEffective Move
Type
SprigatitoSprigatitoLeafage
Grass
QuaxlyQuaxlyWater Gun
Water
FuecocoFuecocoEmber
Fire

Nemona Pokemon Team - 2nd Battle

In Front Of Mesagoza

Nemona Pokemon Team - 2nd Battle

When you reach the gates of Mesagoza, Nemona approaches you and initiates a battle. In this battle, she introduces Terastal. Unfortunately, you cannot Terastallize your Pokemon in this battle.

Nemona's Pokemon Team

▲ Refer to the selected Starter Pokemon.

  • Quaxly Icon
    QuaxlyLv8
    Water
    2XGrassElectric
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv9
    Tera Type
    Electric
    2XGround
  • Sprigatito Icon
    SprigatitoLv8
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv9
    Tera Type
    Electric
    2XGround
  • Fuecoco Icon
    FuecocoLv8
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv9
    Tera Type
    Electric
    2XGround

How To Defeat Nemona

Using Ground Type Is Recommended

In addition to the Starter Pokemon, Nemona has Pawmi and uses Terastallize on it. Pawmi is an Electric-type Pokemon that is weak against Ground-type attacks. It is recommended to catch Paldean Wooper prior to this battle.

Recommended Pokemon
Paldean WooperPaldean Wooper

Nemona Pokemon Team - 3rd Battle

Arriving At Levincia Gym

Nemona Pokemon Team - 3rd Battle

During your first entry into Levincia Gym, Nemona shows up again and initiates a battle. It is recommended to raise the level of your Pokemon team beforehand since Nemona's Pokemon level is around 21-22.

Nemona's Pokemon Team

▲ Refer to the selected Starter Pokemon.

  • Rockruff Icon
    RockruffLv21
    Rock
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv21
    Electric
    2XGround
  • Quaxwell Icon
    QuaxwellLv22
    Tera Type
    Water
    2XGrassElectric
  • Rockruff Icon
    RockruffLv21
    Rock
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv21
    Electric
    2XGround
  • Floragato Icon
    FloragatoLv22
    Tera Type
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug
  • Rockruff Icon
    RockruffLv21
    Rock
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Pawmi Icon
    PawmiLv21
    Electric
    2XGround
  • Crocalor Icon
    CrocalorLv22
    Tera Type
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock

How To Defeat Nemona

It Is Still Recommended To Use Ground Type

Even if Rockruff has been added, Pawmi's weakness is still Ground type. It is recommended that you catch a Ground-type Pokemon in your early progress to counter Nemona's Pokemon team in addition to your Starter Pokemon.

Nemona Pokemon Team - 4th Battle

After Clearing Medali Gym

Nemona Pokemon Team - 4th Battle

Nemona's Pokemon Team

▲ Refer to the selected Starter Pokemon.

  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv36
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goomy Icon
    GoomyLv36
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmo Icon
    PawmoLv36
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Quaquaval Icon
    QuaquavalLv37
    Tera Type
    Water
    2XGrassElectric
  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv36
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goomy Icon
    GoomyLv36
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmo Icon
    PawmoLv36
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Meowscarada Icon
    MeowscaradaLv37
    Tera Type
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug
  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv36
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goomy Icon
    GoomyLv36
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmo Icon
    PawmoLv36
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Skeledirge Icon
    SkeledirgeLv37
    Tera Type
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock

How To Defeat Nemona

Using Ground, Ice, & Fairy Type Is Recommended

There are many Pokemon that are weak against Ground type. Knowing that Nemora has added Goomy to her team, it is recommended to catch Ice & Fairy type to gain the advantage.

Nemona Pokemon Team - 5th Battle

Before Challenging Alfornada Gym

Nemona Pokemon Team - 5th Battle

Nemona's Pokemon Team

▲ Refer to the selected Starter Pokemon.

  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv42
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Sliggoo Icon
    SliggooLv42
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv42
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Quaquaval Icon
    QuaquavalLv43
    Tera Type
    Water
    2XGrassElectric
  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv42
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Sliggoo Icon
    SliggooLv42
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv42
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Meowscarada Icon
    MeowscaradaLv43
    Tera Type
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug
  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv42
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Sliggoo Icon
    SliggooLv42
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv42
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Skeledirge Icon
    SkeledirgeLv43
    Tera Type
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock

How To Defeat Nemona

Ground, Ice, & Fairy Type Are Still Effective

Since Nemona is still using the same Pokemon team in the 4th battle, Ground, Ice, & Fairy type Pokemon is still recommended. Just ensure that the level of your Pokemon team is raised to 42-43 to match Nemona's level.

Recommended Pokemon List

PokemonRecommended Move
Where To Get
GarchompGarchompBulldoze (Learn at Lv18)
Earthquake (Learn from TM)
Evolves from Gabite at Lv48
└ Can be caught in Delizapa Passage
DugtrioDugtrioEarth Power (Learn at Lv42)
Dig (Learn at Lv36)
Evolves from Diglett at Lv26
ClodsireClodsireMud Shot (Learn at Lv8)
Dig (Learn from TM)
Evolves from Paldean Wooper at Lv20
AzumarillAzumarillPlay Rough (Learn at Lv25)
Evolves from Marill at Lv18
TinkatonTinkatonPlay Rough (Learn at Lv35)
Evolves from Tinkatuff at Lv38
GardevoirGardevoirDraining Kiss (Learn at Lv12)
Moonblast (Learn at Lv49)
Evolves from Kirlia at Lv30

Nemona Pokemon Team - 6th Battle

After Defeating Geeta

Nemona Pokemon Team - 6th Battle

Nemona's Pokemon Team

▲ Refer to the selected Starter Pokemon.

  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv65
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goodra Icon
    GoodraLv65
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv65
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Dudunsparce Icon
    DudunsparceLv65
    Normal
    2XFighting
  • Orthworm Icon
    OrthwormLv65
    Steel
    2XFireFightingGround
  • Quaquaval Icon
    QuaquavalLv66
    Tera Type
    Water
    2XGrassElectric
  • Lycanroc Icon
    LycanrocLv65
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goodra Icon
    GoodraLv65
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv65
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Dudunsparce Icon
    DudunsparceLv65
    Normal
    2XFighting
  • Orthworm Icon
    OrthwormLv65
    Steel
    2XFireFightingGround
  • Meowscarada Icon
    MeowscaradaLv66
    Tera Type
    Grass
    2XFireIcePoisonFlying
    Bug
  • LycanrocLv65
    2XWaterGrassFightingGround
    Steel
  • Goodra Icon
    GoodraLv65
    Dragon
    2XIceDragonFairy
  • Pawmot Icon
    PawmotLv65
    ElectricFighting
    2XGroundPsychicFairy
  • Dudunsparce Icon
    DudunsparceLv65
    Normal
    2XFighting
  • Orthworm Icon
    OrthwormLv65
    Steel
    2XFireFightingGround
  • Skeledirge Icon
    SkeledirgeLv66
    Tera Type
    Fire
    2XWaterGroundRock

How To Defeat Nemona

Ground, Ice, Fairy, & Fighting Type Is Effective

Even if Nemona uses similar Pokemon from previous battles, it is recommended to use Ground, Ice, Fairy, & Fighting type Pokemon. Make sure to raise the level of your Pokemon to 65-66 to match the level of Nemona. Increasing your Pokemon level could take some time so take your time to prepare.

Recommended Pokemon List

PokemonRecommended Move
Where To Get
GarchompGarchompBulldoze (Learn at Lv18)
Earthquake (Learn from TM)
Evolves from Gabite at Lv48
└ Can be caught in Delizapa Passage
DugtrioDugtrioEarth Power (Learn at Lv42)
Dig (Learn at Lv36)
Evolves from Diglett at Lv26
LucarioLucarioAura Sphere (Learn at Lv1)
Close Combat (Learn at Lv60 or from TM)
Evolves from Riolu when leveling up when the sun is up
ClodsireClodsireMud Shot (Learn at Lv8)
Dig (Learn from TM)
Evolves from Paldean Wooper at Lv20
AzumarillAzumarillPlay Rough (Learn at Lv25)
Evolves from Marill at Lv18
TinkatonTinkatonPlay Rough (Learn at Lv35)
Evolves from Tinkatuff at Lv38
GardevoirGardevoirDraining Kiss (Learn at Lv12)
Moonblast (Learn at Lv49)
Evolves from Kirlia at Lv30

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