Trainers, rejoice! Bruxish is back and spawning in the wild in Pokemon Go! If you’ve missed the opportunity to catch this fierce Pokemon before, now is your chance to add it to your collection.
Bruxish is a Water/Psychic-type Pokemon first introduced in the Alola region. It has a unique appearance with its colorful and vibrant scales and teeth that look like they’re ready to tear through anything in its way. Bruxish is known for its powerful jaws, which it uses to crunch through tough prey and enemies.
Previously, Bruxish was only available for a short period of time in the wild (during it’s debut), making it a challenging Pokemon to catch. However, with its return to the wild, trainers now have the opportunity to encounter and catch Bruxish in the wild.
To increase your chances of catching Bruxish, it’s essential to know where to look. Bruxish spawns primarily in water biomes, such as beaches, lakes, and rivers. Look for it near bodies of water, and you may be lucky enough to encounter one.
When battling Bruxish, it’s important to remember its typing. Being a Water/Psychic-type, it’s weak to Electric, Grass, Bug, Ghost, and Dark-type moves. So, bring along Pokemon with these move types to make the battle easier.
Once you’ve caught Bruxish, it’s a valuable addition to your team. Its unique typing and moveset make it a useful Pokemon for battles, especially against other Water-types.
Bruxish has several powerful moves, including Psychic Fangs, which is a rare move that can only be learned by a select few Pokemon.
Another reason why Bruxish is an exciting Pokemon to encounter is its potential in battles. With its Water/Psychic typing, Bruxish can use moves like Confusion and Aquatail to deal massive damage to its opponents making it very useful in certain leagues.
Bruxish Best Moveset: Confusion/Aquatail
The return of Bruxish to the wild in Pokemon Go is a great opportunity for trainers who have missed the chance to catch it before. With its unique typing, moveset, and appearance, Bruxish is a valuable addition to any trainer’s collection. So, grab your Poke Balls and head to the nearest water biome to catch this fierce Pokemon before it disappears again.