Probopass is a Rock and Steel-type Pokémon. It will evolve from Nosepass when using the Thunder Stone or taking it to the Coronet Highlands. Probopass is far more defensive than offensive, but it can still do some serious damage with the right moves.
Because Probopass is a Rock and Steel-type Pokémon, most of its most powerful moves will also be Rock and Steel-type. This is because of the S.T.A.B. (Same Type Attack Bonus) which will give bonus damage to moves that match a Pokémon’s typing. Probopass’ best moves are Earth Power, Flash Cannon, Power Gem, and Tri Attack.
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Probopass will learn Earth Power at level 43 (masters at level 54), Flash Cannon at level 38 (masters at level 49), Power Gem at level 34 (masters at level 45), and Tri Attack at level 34 (masters at level 45).
How to use Probopass best in battle
Probopass is a Steel and Rock-type Pokémon. Players should keep in mind this Pokémon’s weaknesses and resistances when using it in battle.
Steel-type Pokémon are vulnerable to Fire, Ground, and Fighting-type attacks. Steel-type attacks will be super effective against Ice, Rock, and Fairy-type Pokémon.
Rock-type Pokémon are vulnerable to Water, Ground, Grass, Fighting, and Steel-type moves. Rock-type attacks will be super effective against Ice, Bug, Fire, and Flying-type Pokémon.
Related: Best Steel Type Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Probopass’ base stats
- Stat Total: 525
- HP: 60
- Attack: 55
- Defense: 145
- Special Attack: 75
- Special Defense: 150
- Speed: 40
Probopass doesn’t have very strong offensive stats, but its special attack stat is better than its base attack. This means players should focus on special attacks rather than physical attacks in battle.
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