In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Electrode got a new Hisuian Regional variant. This Pokémon wil evolve from Hisuian Voltorb (using a Leaf Stone). Hisuian Electrode is an Electric and Grass-type Pokémon, differing from its original variant’s sole Electric-typing.

With Hisuian Electrode’s Grass and Electric-typing, the best moves for the Pokémon will match this, benefiting from S.T.A.B. (Same Type Attack Bonus), which will allow the moves to deal more damage to opponents in battle if they match the typing of the Pokémon using them. The best moves for Hisuian Electrode are Self-Destruct, Chloroblast, Thunder, and Energy Ball.

Move NameMove TypeCategoryPowerAccuracyPP
Energy BallGrassSpecial13510010

Hisuian Electrode will learn Self-Destruct at level 47 (mastery at level 59), Chloroblast at level 47 (mastery at level 59), Thunder at level 37 (mastery at level 48), and Energy Ball at level 21 (mastery at level 31).

How to use Hisuian Electrode best in battle

Hisuian Electrode is a Grass and Electric-tye Pokémon, so players wanting to use it to its full potential will need to know which types it is super effective and super vulnerable to.

Grass-type Pokémon are vulnerable to Fire, Poison, Ice, Flying, and Bug-type attacks. Electrode’s Grass-type moves will be super effective against Water, Rock, and Ground-type Pokémon.

Electric-type moves are strong against Flying and Water-type Pokémon but will be vulnerable to Ground-type moves.

Related: Best nature for Electrode and Hisuian Voltorb in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Hisuian Electrode’s base stats

  • Stat Total: 490
    • HP: 60
    • Attack: 50
    • Defense: 70
    • Special Attack: 80
    • Special Defense: 80
    • Speed: 150

Hisiuan Electrode has a much better special attack stat than regular attack stat, which means the Pokémon will perform slightly better when using special attacks rather than physical attacks. Players should keep this in mind when choosing Hisuian Electrode’s moves.

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