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How to train Iron Moth Build For Raid Guide in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (Pokemon SV). See how to know Acid Spray, Effort Values, recommended skills and what to bring.

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Iron Moth - Pokemon Details

Special Attacker Who Makes Full Use Of Ability Change

Icon
Tera TypeNatureAbilityItem
PoisonModestQuark DriveBooster Energy
HPATKDEFSp. ATKSp. DEFSPD
Base Stats807060140110110
Effort Value252--252-6

Recommended Move

  1. Poison
    Sp. ATK
    40
    100
    20
  2. Poison
    Sp.ATK
    95
    100
    10
  3. Fire
    Sp.ATK
    80
    100
    10
  4. Normal
    Change
    -
    -
    5

Iron Moth, lowers the Special Defense of its opponent by using [Acid Spray] and increases its own Special Attack with [Fiery Dance] so it is a Special Attacker that changes stats while attacking.

Can Be Useful Against Higher Difficulty Fire/Poison Weak Raids

By using the [Acid Spray] it will certainly decrease the Special Defense, and it is effective even when the enemy put up a barrier. It is especially effective against the Tera Raids which are weak to Fire or Poison type.

Use Morning Sun For Healing

[Morning Sun] is a Healing Move, so Iron Moth can keep HP just by itself. It is the perfect Pokemon since it is a complete set.

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How To Train For Raids

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▶How To Reroll/Train Iron Moth▶Learn Their Special Moves

How To Reroll/Train Iron Moth

Procedure Guide
  1. You can capture it or trade with someone
    └ If you want to save money, you would want to Reroll
  2. Use Mints and change Nature to Modest
  3. Increase Effort Value
  4. Increase Level to 100
  5. Use Bottle Caps to Max IVs
  1. Capture Iron Moth In Area Zero
  2. Iron Moth is a [Violet] Exclusive Pokemon. It appears in Area Zero, and can be found near the Observation Area 1 in the [Violet] ver. If you have [Scarlet] you can trade it with friends or with someone on the Trading Forum.

    If You Want To Save Money, It Will Be A Little Hard

    Once you have Iron Moth prepared, you have to use items to raise its IVs. Each item will cost you a lot of money and since you can only get Iron Moth by capturing it, it will be hard to reroll its [Nature] and [IV]. If you do not have money, be careful.

    ▶How To Reroll Strong Pokemon
  3. Use Mints and change Nature to Modest
  4. ItemEffect / How To Get
    Modest Mint IconModest Mint- Change the Nature to Modest
    - Nature itself remains the same
    - Purchase at the Chansey Supply Shop for $ 20,000

    You can change the Nature to Modest using the corresponding Mint for it. If you do not have one, get it from the Chansey Supply Shop in Mesagoza or other areas for $ 20,000. If the original Nature is Modest, there is no need to use Mints.

  5. Increase Effort Values
  6. HPSp. ATKSPD
    2522526

    As a Special Attacker, you want to distribute more to its Sp. ATK. To strengthen your Healing Move, you should distribute more to its HP and then use the rest on SPD. You can also distribute a good amount on SPD to have a faster attack on your opponent.

    If You Have Money To Spare, Buy Items and Strengthen Quickly

    If you have money to spare, you can buy a lot of items to increase your EV in a very fast speed. But each one does cost $ 10000 and for each stats you need 26, and so in total you would need about 50 ($ 500000).

    If You Want To Save Money, Battle Wild Pokemon

    Power Items (Increase Effort Value by +8)
    HPSp ATK
    Power Weight IconPower WeightPower Lens IconPower Lens

    By capturing or defeating Wild Pokemon, you can earn 1 to 3 Effort Value for each of them. If you give a Pokemon a Power Item, you can increase the amount of Effort Value it gets by 8. Power Items costs only $ 10,000, so they are recommended for those who want to save money.

    ▶Power Items List

    ▶Recommended Locations To Earn Effort Value

    Effort ValuePokemonRecommended Location
    +1Lechonk IconLechonk
    Map
    Click to Enlarge
    +2Oinkologne IconOinkologne
    Map
    Click to Enlarge
    Chansey IconChansey
    ※Encounter Power Required
    Map
    Click to Enlarge
    Effort ValuePokemonRecommended Location
    +1Houndour IconHoundour
    Map
    Click to Enlarge
    +2Glimmora IconGlimmora
    Map
    Click to Enlarge
    +3Iron Jugulis IconIron Jugulis
    ※Violet Exclusive
    Map
    Click to Enlarge

    If you cannot see the location clearly, click the image to enlarge it.

    If you cannot see the location clearly, click the image to enlarge it.

  7. Raise Its Level to 100
  8. The Fastest Way Is To Level Up With Rare Candy

    The Fastest Way Is To Level Up With Rare Candy
    Click to Enlarge
    Exp. Candy LGives 10,000 EXP
    Exp. Candy XLGives 30,000 EXP

    Complete 5-star or 6-star Tera Raids to get Exp. Candy L & Exp. Candy XL This is the best way to train one Pokemon.

    ▶Tera Raid Battle Codes Search Board

    Those With No Candy Can Gain EXP From Chansey

    If you do not have enough candy to raise its level to Lv 100, try to defeat Chansey in North Province Area Three to raise your level quickly. Keep leveling up until you have enough candy to get to Lv 100.

    ▶How To Level Up Fast - EXP Farming
  9. Max IV with Bottle Caps
  10. ItemEffect / How To Get
    Bottle CapBottle CapMax one IV
    Purchase from Delibird Presents for $ 20,000
    Bottle CapGold Bottle CapMax All IV
    Purchase from Porto Marinada auctions

    Use the Bottle Cap to "Hyper Train" and raise the Individual Value to the highest except for the Sp. ATK. Hyper Training can be done by speaking to the NPC behind the Pokemon Center in Montenevera.

    Locations To Hyper Train

    MonteneveraNPC Location
    Montenevera
    Click to Enlarge
    NPC Location
    Click to Enlarge

Teach Them The Ideal Moves

Recommended Move List
Acid Spray- Learned at Lv 1
- Certain reduction of Sp. Defense, even when there is a barrier
Sludge Wave- Learned at Lv 49
- Very powerful Poison Sp. Attack Move
Fiery Dance- Learned at Lv 56
- This will increase your Fire type Sp. ATK
Morning Sun- Learned at Lv 70
- Healing to help maintain the battle

The recommended move list is listed above. Since it can be fulfilled with 4 moves and be self-sufficient, it is very useful if you participate in a Solo Raid.

How To Use For Raids

Procedure Guide
  1. Make it hold the Booster Energy
  2. Use Acid Spray to lower Sp. DEF
  3. Attack with Sludge Wave or Fiery Dance
  1. Make it hold the Booster Engery
  2. ItemEffect
    Booster Energy IconBooster EnergyWill raise Pokemon that has the moves [Protosynthesis] [Quark Drive]

    The recommended item you want to make it hold, is the Booster Energy, which powers up your attack power from the beginning. If you want it to hold something else, learn [Electric Terrain], which will activate your Ability.

  3. Use Acid Spray to lower Sp. DEF
  4. First, use the Acid Spray to lower your opponent's Sp. DEF. If the opponent doesn't cancel the effect, you can lower its Sp. DEF to the maximum of 6 levels using the Acid Spray 3 times.

  5. Attack with Sludge Wave or Fiery Dance
  6. Once you have lowered the Sp. DEF, target the weakness and use Sludge Wave or Fiery Dance to attack. Fiery Dance also will raise your Sp. ATK by 50% so you can attack with a good amount of Attack Power.

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Feb 6 (Fri) 00:00am - Feb 9 (Sun) 11:59pm
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▶ Armarouge & Ceruledge Tera Raid Event
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1st Wave:
Jan 27 (Fri) 00:00am - Jan 29 (Sun) 11:59pm (Finished)
2nd Wave:
Feb 10 (Fri) 00:00am - Feb 12 (Sun) 11:59pm
The normally unavailable 7 Star Greninja with [Mightiest Mark] will appear in Poison Tera Raids.
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[Tandemaus]
Feb 13 (Mon) 00:00am - Feb 14 (Tue) 11:59pm
For Valentine's the couple Pokemon, Tandemaus will appear in various Tera Types.
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