Pokémon Go Tornadus counters, weaknesses and moveset, including Therian Forme Tornadus explained

Tornadus is the first member of Gen 5’s legendary Forces of Nature trio to appear in Pokémon Go.

Known as the Cyclone Pokémon, Tornadus has two different forms: Incarnate and Therian. The Therian form of Tornadus was released on Tuesday, March 30, 2021.

Like all Legendary Pokémon in Pokémon Go, Tornadus can be found in five-star raids. This means that if you want to add Tornadus to your Pokédex, you’ll need at least one other trainer to help you in battle.

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Tornadus counterattacks and weaknesses in Pokémon Go

Below you will find Tornadus’ counters and weaknesses:

  • Tornadus Type: Flying type
  • Tornadus is weak against: Electric, Ice, and Rock-type Pokémon.
  • Tornadus Counters: Zapdos, Raikou, Rampardos, Electivire, Terrakion, Rhyperior, Mamoswine, Magnezone, Zekrom, and Therian Thundurus
  • Other Tornadus Notes: Since Tornadus is a single type, Flying, you can use only one type of Pokémon, such as Rock, to defeat this legendary.

Tornadus CP in Pokémon Go

Tornadus should have the following CP ranges in Pokémon Go:

  • Raid Boss CP: 46,044 CP
  • Normal CP to catch Tornadus – 1828 to 1911 CP
  • Weather Boost CP (Windy) to catch Tornadus – 2285 to 2389 CP

Thanks to Tera_Lizard from reddit for help with this information.

Therian Form Tornadus CP in Pokémon Go

Therian Forme Tornadus has its own set of CP ranks in Pokémon Go, which are as follows:

  • Raid Boss CP – 44256 CP
  • Normal CP to catch Tornadus: 1756 to 1837 CP
  • CP improved by weather (windy) to catch Tornadus: 2196 to 2296 CP

Thanks to redwineandbeer from reddit for the help with this information!

Tornadus and Therian Form Moveset in Pokémon Go

Once you’ve caught a Tornadus in Pokémon Go, you’ll find that it will know two of the following moves:

Therian form of Tornadus.

Possible quick moves:

  • Aerial cut (flying)
  • Bite (dark)

Possible charged moves:

  • Dark pulse (dark)
  • Grass knot (grass)
  • Hurricane (flying)
  • Hyper Beam (Normal)

Tornadus’ Therian form, however, has a different moveset, including the following move:

Possible quick moves:

  • Astonish (ghost)
  • Gust (flying)

Possible charged moves:

  • Focus explosion (fight)
  • Heat wave (fire)
  • Hurricane (flying)
  • Psychic (Psychic)

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Everything we know about Tornadus

Along with Thundurus and Landorus, Tornadus is a member of the Forces of Nature, a trio of legendary Pokémon that make their home in the Unova region.

Thundurus and Landorus, the other members of the Forces of Nature.

These three legendary Pokémon are inspired by kami, which are sacred beings or spirits from Japanese mythology, especially Shinto. Tornadus is mainly inspired by Fûjin, also known as Futen, the Shinto wind god.

This connection with Füjin strengthens the link between the Forces of Nature and the different domains of the world. Tornadus is the member of the trio that symbolizes the heavens and the forces, such as the wind, that pass through them.

Each member of the Forces of Nature also has two forms: the Incarnate Form and the Therian Form. Being “embodied” refers to the idea of ​​something immaterial, like the wind, taking on a physical form. The use of this word when describing one of Tornadus’ forms reinforces the idea that this Pokémon is the mythical personification of wind.

The Therian Forms of the Forces of Nature are revealed through the aptly named Reveal Glass. Originally, these forms could only be obtained through Pokémon Dream Radar, an application for the 3DS.

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