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How to train Chi-Yu build for Tera Raid in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (Pokemon SV). See how to train for Tera Raid, recommended movesets, best items to equip, best Effort Value and more.

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Chi-Yu - Pokemon Details

Special Attacker With A Wide Range Of Moves

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TerastalNatureAbilityItem
FireModestBeads of RuinExpert Belt
HPATKDEFSP. ATKSP. DEFSPD
Base Stats558080135120100
Effort Value252--252-6

Recommended Moves

  1. Fire
    Special
    90
    100
    15
  2. Dark
    Special
    80
    100
    15
  3. Dark
    Status
    -
    100
    20
  4. Dark
    Status
    -
    -
    20

Ability Beads of Ruin can lower Sp. Defense without using a turn. Base Stats are high with Sp. Attack of 135 and can be used as a Special Attacker for Fire and Dark.

Wide Range Of Types That Can Be Handled

Easy Raid Types
GrassGrassIceIcePsychicPsychic
BugBugHaunterHaunterSteelSteel

Chi-Yu is a Fire and Dark type, so it can be used against all six types. Sp. Defense's Base Stats are low, making it especially easy to attack against opponents with low Base Stats.

Differences With Skeledirge For Raid

Skeledirge is a Pokemon that uses Torch Song that hits repeatedly to cut down little by little. On the other hand, Chi-Yu can easily provide instant firepower with Stat boost moves and decrease Sp. Defense. The advantage of using Chi-Yu, is that it also breaks the barrier easily.

Skeledirge Build For Tera Raid - How To Train

How To Train Chi-Yu For Raids

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▼How To Reroll/Train Chi-Yu ▼ Learn Their Special Moves

How To Reroll/Train Chi-Yu

Procedure Guide
  1. Catch Chi-Yu
  2. Change Nature to Modest with Mints
  3. Raise Effort Value
  4. Raise the level to 100
  5. Best Individual Value with Bottle Cap
  1. Catch Chi-Yu
  2. Chi-Yu Stake Locations

    List of Stake locations in Chi-Yu
    Click to Enlarge

    Seal Location

    To catch Chi-Yu, the procedure is to fight your way to the Seal after pulling out the 8 Stakes. It is possible to take on the challenge even before completing the storyline, but since the level is high at Lv 60, it is better to wait until you have a certain level of strength before taking on the challenge.

    Stake Locations & Map
  3. Change Nature To Modest With Mints
  4. ItemEffect / How To Obtain
    Modest MintModest Mint・Change Nature to Modest.
     └ Change Sp. Attack⬆ / Attack⬇
    ・Nature itself remains the same.
    Purchased at Chansey Supply for 20,000 Pokedollars

    Modest Mint can be used to turn Nature correction into Modest. If you don't have one, go to Chansey Supply in Mesagoza or elsewhere and buy one for 20,000 Pokedollars.If the original Nature is Modest, there is no need to use Mints.

  5. Increase Effort Value
  6. HPSp. AttackSpeed
    2522526

    Chi-Yu is a special attacker, so you should distribute 252 to Sp. Attack. It also recommended to distribute 252 to HP to increase durability. The remaining 6 goes to Speed (4 is OK since the status is the same).

    Use Items To Increase Effort Value

    HPHPUpHP Up ×25
    Health FeatherHealth Feather ×2
    Sp. AttackCalciumCalcium×25
    Genius FeatherGenius Feather ×2
    SpeedSwift FeatherSwift Feather ×6

    The fastest way is to use the above items to change its value if you can afford it. Although a total of about 500,000 Poke Dollars is required, it can be changed out in a more time-efficient manner.

    Battle Wild Pokemon If You Want To Save Money

    Power Item (Increase Each EV By +8)
    HPSp. Attack
    Power WeightPower WeightPower LensPower Lens

    The fastest way is to use the above items to change its value if you can afford it. Although a total of about 500,000 Pokedollars is required, it can be changed out in a more time-efficient manner.

    Power Items List - Effects & How To Get

    ▼Recommended Locations To Farm Effort Values

    Effort ValuePokemonMap & Location
    +1LechonkLechonk
    map
    Click to Enlarge
    +2OinkologneOinkologne
    map
    Click to Enlarge
    ChanseyChansey
    ※Encounter Power required
    map
    Click to Enlarge
    Effort ValuePokemonMap & Location
    +1HoundourHoundour
    map
    Click to Enlarge
    +2GlimmoraGlimmora
    map
    Click to Enlarge
    +3Iron JugulisIron Jugulis
    ※Violet Exclusive
    map
    Click to Enlarge

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

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

  7. Increase Level to 100
  8. Fastest Way Is To Use Exp Candy

    The fastest is to raise the level just by candy
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    Exp. Candy L EXP Value: 10,000
    Exp. Candy XLEXP Value: 30,000

    If you clear the 5 or 6 star Tera Raid, you can get Exp. Candy L or Exp Candy XL. Leveling up is the most efficient when training a single Pokemon.

    ▶Tera Raid Battle Codes Search Board

    Those With No Candy Can Gain EXP From Chansey

    If you do not have enough candies to raise a Pokemon to Lv 100, it is recommended to hunt for Chansey at North Province Area Three until you get enough candies.

    How To Level Up Fast - EXP Farming
  9. Maximize Individual Value With Bottle Cap
  10. ItemEffect / How To Obtain
    Bottle CapBottle CapCan maximize 1 Individual Value
    Purchased at Delibird Presents (20000 Poke Dollars)
    Gold Bottle CapGold Bottle CapMaximize all Individual Value
    Drop Bid at Porto Marinada

    Use the Bottle Caps for Hyper Training to raise Individual Value to the highest except for Attack. Hyper Training can be done by talking to the NPC behind the Pokemon Center in Montenevera.

    Where To Do Hyper Training

    MonteneveraNPC Location
    Montenevera
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    NPC Location
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Learn Special Moves

Recommended Moves
Flamethrower・Acquired at TM125
・Fire-type main firepower
Dark Pulse・Learn with Lv 40
・Acquired at TM94
・Dark type main firepower
Taunt・Dark type main firepower
・Interference with opponent's Status Move
Nasty Plot・Learned at Lv 35
・Acquired with TM 140
・Sp. Attack 2 steps up Stat boost moves

Basically, use Nasty Plot to increase Sp. Attack and then use Flamethrower or Dark Pulse to Attack. If the enemy uses a Status Move, use Taunt to limit their movement.

Ruination Is Not Suitable For Raid

The move [Ruination] that the four Lesser Legendary Pokemon, can learn has the effect of halving the HP of the opponent. However, it is not recommended to be used against Raid opponents, as it is designed to do only a small amount of damage.

How To Use Chi-Yu In Raids

Procedure Guide
  1. Hold the Expert Belt
  2. Nasty Plot increases Sp. Attack by 6 levels
     └ Use Taunt if the opponent uses a Status Move
  3. Use Sp. Attack when Attack is fully increased
  1. Hold the Expert Belt
  2. ItemEffect
    Expert BeltExpert BeltWhen you hold it, the power of the move is increased by 1.2 times when it is effective.

    Since Chi-Yu's role is to be a powerful attacker, it should be equipped with the Expert Belt, which is 1.2 times more powerful with outstanding effects. There are also other items that are 1.2 times as effective, but the Expert Belt is less time-consuming as it does not require to be changed.

  3. Nasty Plot Increases Sp. Attack By 6 Levels
  4. To increase Chi-Yu's own firepower, use Nasty Plot to increase Sp. Attack up 6 levels. If the enemy uses a Status Move during this time, you can use Taunt to block their movement.

  5. Use Sp. Attack When Attack Is Fully Increased
  6. All you need to do is Attack once Nasty Plot's Sp. Attack has finished increasing. Just in case Chi-Yu's HP gets low, use the cheer Heal up! to recover yourself.

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[Unrivaled Greninja]
1st Wave:
Jan 27 (Fri) 00:00am - Jan 29 (Sun) 11:59pm
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.
▶ Unrivaled Greninja Tera Raid Event
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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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