What are Veluza Weaknesses in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?

What are Veluza Weaknesses in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?

With an influx of pocket monsters in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, fighting enemies has become increasingly difficult. However, after multiple trials, the code has been cracked! The only way out is to focus on your enemy’s weaknesses and target them in the best ways possible. This is the only strategy that has been working well up till now. Keeping this in mind, we have discussed Veluza’s Weaknesses in detail below! So, without any further delay, let’s dive right into it!

Veluza, the Jettison Pokémon, is found in Casseroya Lake and across the Western Paldean Sea.

What is Veluza’s Weakness in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet?

Due to Veluza’s ‘adamant’ nature, it focuses more on physical attacks. What makes it deadly is that it has all the stats to back it up! Additionally, as it is a Water/Psychic-type Pokémon, it is weak in countering Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric, and Dark-type moves. Using any of these moves, you can defeat Veluza. But it is advisable to use Special Attack moves. Furthermore, it is just an option as there’s a high chance that you may not have this specific move. Nevertheless, this movie only improves your chances of wiping off Veluza, as the creature has a high physical defense.

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What are Veluza Weaknesses in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?
What are Veluza’s Weaknesses in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?

Veluza Weakness include:

  • Electric – 2x Weak
  • Grass – 2x Weak
  • Bug – 2x Weak
  • Ghost – 2x Weak
  • Dark – 2x Weak

Veluza isn’t immune. However, it is surprisingly resistant to Fighting, Steel, Fire, Water, Psychic, and Ice-type attacks. Be extra careful if you’re going for Ghost and Psychic Pokemon because Veluza can implement Dark moves.

Make sure what you use against Veluza, as it is good in determining the weaknesses. And it will surely use it against you in the battle! So, avoid Fire, Ground, Rock, Fighting, and Poison.

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How to use Veluza Weakness against it

Knowing its weaknesses is not enough; you must also know the correct procedure to use it against the creature.

They’ll bolt at you super-sonic speed if they see you from their hiding place. This unpredictability of their attacks and size is a big issue you’ll encounter while fighting against them.

Veluza lowers its HP bar using the Fillet Away option, but it raises Attack, Special Attack, and Speed by two stages! And if it is a wild Veluza, it can use Water Pulse, which will confuse the Pokemon. Pokemon can counter this with the ‘Own Tempo’ ability!

As mentioned earlier, it specializes in physical attacks. So, be careful of Psycho Cut and Aqua Cutter. The best way to deal with it is by sending a Pokemon with vital Defense stats. Considering its other weaknesses, using Thunderbolt, Shadow Ball, and Night Slash is the best way to ensure your victory.

It is recommendable to go for a powerful Dark-type Pokemon, as it will be able to deal with the creature’s Sharpness ability that has strong slicing moves. And if it is coupled with any other Veluza strength, it can take you out of the game! Considering these factors, Mabostiff, Hydreigon, and Kingambit are the best choices. Another upside to using them is that due to the ‘bulk,’ they’ll be able to sustain Veluza’s deadly attacks.

Remember, the key is to get rid of Veluza as soon as possible. Because if this isn’t done, it will creep its way to your team, meaning utter destruction!

Well, that was a complete overview of Veluza’s Weakness. If we find a better way to defeat Veluza, we’ll promptly update this site! So, keep an eye out for further information!

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Umama Siddiqui
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Umama Siddiqui is a part-time content writer with a particular interest in cinema, which is evident in her work. Her genuine enthusiasm for film is consistently seen in her writing through inventive and unique approaches.

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