Ursarings Conquer Blissey Gyms with ease, “Smokes Two Blisseys!”

Conquer Blissey Gyms with ease, "Ursarings Smokes Two Blisseys"

via Daily Prompt: Conquer

Nothing smokes Blisseys like Ursarings!

Yes, that’s right.

Ursarings takes on “Two Blisseys” this time.

A 2,572 CP and a 1,837 CP Blissey.

(Both with Zen Headbutt/Hyperbeam Move Sets)

Without further ado here are the Battle Scenes.

First Battle Sequence

1,248 CP to 2,267 CP “Ursarings”


1,837 CP and 2,572 CP “Blisseys”



Three Ursarings fainted


Well, I thought taking down “Two Blisseys” would really be that easy.

Go again, shall we…

Second Battle Sequence

This time…

2,477 CP to 1,744 CP “Ursarings”


1,837 CP and 2,572 CP “Blisseys”



1,837 CP Blissey defeated by 2,477 CP Ursaring with 28 HP left before squaring up with the 2,572 CP Blissey.

Two more Ursarings fainted (2,267 and 2,000 CP) before the fourth Ursaring 1,934 CP finished off the second 2,572 CP Blissey Defender.


In my previous “How to beat Blissey, ‘Unveiled!’…” article I mentioned that for a Blissey over 2,900 CP it may take three to four Ursarings to defeat it…

I was wrong…

Four Ursarings with a range of 70% to 89% IV are capable of disposing “TWO” Blisseys.


Road To Blissey Gyms

Taking on Three Blisseys with 2,500+, 2,600+ and 2,800+ CP next time may be a long shot for now but it’s well worth trying.

Haven’t seen a Level 3 Gym though with those three specific CP Blissey Defenders here.


Blissey is a Beast!


Nothing Smokes Blisseys like Ursarings!

They can conquer Blissey Gyms with ease.

What’s your favorite Pokemon for Blissey?


Other Poke Battle Scenes



How to beat Blissey, “Unveiled!” Using Rhydon, Fighting Pokemons, Dittos and Pinsir


via Daily Prompt: Controversy

Now that Gen2  has been out for a month now most PokeGym’s are thriving with Blisseys.

Having the highest in Stamina, “GOD Tier” CP and a very big HP makes taking down Blissey Gyms much more difficult.


There is much debate about this “How to beat Blissey” nowadays and it looks like a lot of Poke Trainers are being drawn into this “Blissard” of a storm that’s seemingly and slowly evolving into one “Blazing” controversy for a number out there.

The fact is, a “2,500 to 2,900 CP (77% to 90% of MAX CP) Blissey alone in Gyms for some trainers may seems like a wall already.”


Of course bringing down Blissey Gym’s depends on a number of factors aside from the number of Revives and Potions one carries.

  • The Trainer’s/Attacker’s Current Level
  • The Trainer’s Pokemon Arsenal (Heracross, Machamp, Etc.)
  • The number of Blisseys in a Gym, their CP levels and Move Sets
  • The Trainers Counter Pokemon’s CP’s and Move Sets
  • The other Pokemon Defenders the Gym has.

Okay… so if it’s only a single Blissey one faces.

Some Trainers may say use this and that to fight and smoke Blissey with ease, it’ll just be like a breeze…


Well, then again it all depends on who is battling, depends on their personal experience and what Pokemon they used that worked for them.

No matter what CP or Move Sets a Blissey Defender has though, I usually prefer to use “Ursarings” when battling.


In my previous blog article I demonstrated a little experiment using Ursaring’s against a 2,279 CP  (70% of MAX CP) Blissey (Pound/Psychic).


Hoping to shed a little light about this matter in question on “How to beat Blissey?” and what type of Pokemon to use.

Here’s a little something I’d like to unveil.


However, In this series of battle scenarios you’re about to see, we are going up against “Two Blisseys” only… while using different types of Pokemon’s.

Our Two “Control” Blisseys are as follows…

A 1,837 CP (57% of MAX CP) with Move Sets (Zen Headbutt/Hyperbeam)


1,216 CP (37% of MAX CP) with Move Sets (Zen Headbutt/Dazzling Gleam)

Since these Blisseys don’t have very high CP’s yet, we also used low to average CP attackers.

Using Rhydon, Fighting Pokemons, Dittos and Pinsir, here it goes…

NOTE: Knowing the time constraint, “All Battles” with Blissey were fought without any form of dodging.

A Level 3 GYM defended by a 3,121 CP Dragonite and a 1,837 CP Blissey


“1,837 CP Blissey vs Rhydon’s”



Rhydon Move Sets

A Level 3 Gym defended by a 3,051 Dragonite and a 1,216 CP Blissey


1,216 CP Blissey vs Fighting Pokemons (& a Ditto)IMG_7696

Attacking Pokemon’s Move Sets


on through Dragonite.

Ditto’s (10 to 102 CP) vs 1,216 CP Blissey


Ditto’s (278 to 488 CP) vs 1,216 CP Blissey


Pinsir (1,544 to 1,946 CP) vs 1,216 CP Blissey

All Pinsirs with “Fighting” Quick and Charge Moves


…on through Dragonite

Battles Concluded

Now. let’s take a look at this…

Ursaring’s battle a 2,521 CP (78% of MAX CP) Blissey with Pound/Psychic Move Set

It only took “TWO” Ursarings to defeat a 2,521 CP Blissey.

Fact is, if I use “Ursarings” to battle 2,500 to 2,800+ CP Blisseys, at my current Level 33, it may take me two to three Ursa’s but…

“It really works for me!”


For Blissey’s over 2,900 CP’s?

I’ll still go for Ursa’s and…

It may take three or more average CP Ursa’s but I’m betting…

…they’ll still secure that win!

However, in light of the number of Pokemon’s a trainer can use in this game…

I just wanna say…

“Different strokes for different Poke’s!”

Team Instinct: Pokemon GO Iligan Generation 2

"Pokemon GO Iligan - Generation 2"

via Daily Prompt: Instinct

“Reign Of Tyranitar”

Since Pokemon GO Generation 2 was released last February 17, 2017 there’s still a lot of excitement in the air…

As Poke Trainers come face to face with new “pocket monsters” spawning everywhere and battle Gyms to add New Poke Defenders.


The thrill in encountering new Pokemon’s in the wild or hatched thru eggs now gave the game a new boost as a number of Poke Trainers are back in the game again and many are out putting lures to catch new ones and fill up their Pokedex.


But I believe none is much more exciting as evolving your first “Blissey,”

…being able to get all evolution “Special ‘RARE’ Items,”

…and of course, evolving the Monster of Terror, “Tyranitar!”

A lot of Poke Trainers saved up on their candies and Chansey’s for Generation 2 release to evolve the “High HP and Top Gym Defender, ‘Blissey!'”

A month since the release, one can always, that is, never fail to see “Blissey” in almost every Pokemon Gym available here in the City of Waterfalls… Iligan City, Philippines.

The Reign of the Monster of Terror “Tyranitar” has just begun as this one New Pokemon was just made available in Gen2 release…

Unlike Chansey that you’ll only be needing a number of candies to make Blissey.

First, …you’ll have to hatch a “Larvitar,” and consider yourself happy

or if you’ll catch a fully evolved “Tyranitar” in the Wild, you’re very lucky

or if it’s one “Pupitar” in the Wild you’ll catch then you are extremely lucky.

A Larvitar!

A Larvitar!

Other places are much luckier (or shall we say have more PokeStops), for only Six days passed since Gen 2 was released, “Tyranitar’s” with 2900+ CP were already found in their Poke Gym’s.


I haven’t even hatched my first “Larvitar” yet and here they are… already in PokeGym’s in another place… a place where I got my first “Larvitar and Swinub” sighting (too bad I failed to catch them both).

Guess, Poke Trainers there are just so lucky but like what is known…

“Pokemon GO” is all about getting up and about, travelling (especially for Regional’s, but hope Niantic will rotate them soon), that is what it’s all about.

Pokedex March 16 2017

Anyways, currently having caught or evolved “77 Pokemon’s” of the 100 New Pokemon’s made available for Generation 2…

a Month after its release is… let me just say…

“It’s Okay!”

For two days, March 15 and 16 seemed to be the culmination of what was called the “RUSH!”


Finally got my “Monster Of Terror” and the “Reign Of Tyranitar” commences.


However, most PokeGym’s are filled with “Blissey!”


Tyranitar to Blisseys: “…the cold shoulder eh?”

But for Tyranitar, you don’t see plenty… yet… as of now.

“Unofficial Count” for all Pokemon GO Team’s within the heart of Iligan City places Poke Trainer’s with Tyranitar’s at less than a “DOZEN” for now.

Team Instinct = 5






Team Valor = 3



No Tyranitar but the Account Holder has “Two” Tyranitar’s at 2k+ and 3k+ CP’s… didn’t find where he placed them at the time of writing this blog.

Team Mystic = 1


The “Reign Of Tyranitar” is here.


Now going back to “Blissey,” a lot of Pokemon GO Players today know that one PokeGym with several Blissey’s, three to begin with, is already hard to beat.


If it be a Level 3 to a Level 10 Pokemon Gym with at least 3 Blissey’s…

Taking it down “alone” would mean having several of your Pokemon’s fainting or the usual case, the “TIME” runs out before you could beat one high CP/HP “Blissey” Defender.

Brought down a Level 7 Gym once (alone) that was defended by:

a Vaporeon 2.5k+ CP (Water Gun/Hydro Pump),

a Rhydon 2.7k+ CP (Rock Smash/Megahorn),

a Snorlax 2.7k+ CP (Zen Headbutt/Body Slam),

a 2.8k+ CP Blissey (Pound/Psychic),

a Rhydon 2.9k+ CP (Mud Slap/Earthquake),

a Gyarados 3k+ CP (Bite/Dragon Pulse),

and a Dragonite 3k+ CP (Dragon Breath/Dragon Claw).

And I got stuck with Blissey!

Brought it down finally at the cost of “50+ fainted Pokemon Attackers”

From Battle XP’s… An average CP/HP Blissey with a Moveset of “Pound” and “Psychic” may only take “Three” Salvos of its Psychic Charge Move (if you take direct hits) in the course of battle… to make one of your 2k+ CP Attacking Pokemon Faint.

That is… if you don’t have the right “tank” Pokemon with the right MoveSets so to speak with enough CP to “Counter” one Blissey.


High CP/HP & Stamina – Blissey

An ardent Pokemon GO Player knows that “Blissey” has the highest in Stamina.

Type: Normal

Attack: 129

Defense: 229

Stamina: 510

Max CP: 3219

Normal Pokemon are weak to Fighting


If you’re wondering what other kind of Pokemon is also very effective in beating “Blissey” check this out and see.

Thy battle scars thy testament…


Here’s what I discovered…

Let’s take a look at this little experiment of mine I like to share with Y’all.



Right Moves but Low CP Ursa’s

Here’s what it looks like using “Higher CP’s…*”


So… there you have it.

Hope you’ll enjoy this tip!

“Works for me.”


*Three things makes “Ursaring” very effective in battling Blissey.

1. It’s also a Normal Type “GOD Tier” Pokemon (Attack: 236, Defense: 144, Stamina: 180, Max CP: 2760)

2. It has Fighting/Steel Quick Move Sets

3. It has Fighting/Fairy/Normal Charge Move Sets


So if it’s a higher CP Blissey defending then use one with a high CP…

And it may take one, two or three Ursa’s…

but when the smoke clears…


“Reign of Tyranitar”

…you’ll surely evict that overstaying “Blissey.”


Team Instinct: Pokemon GO Iligan Generation 2

Battle on fellow Poke Trainers!




Team Valor


Team Instinct

Team Mystic