Frustration Among Trainers in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s 7-Star Pikachu Tera Raid

Other trainers attempting to defeat their Pokemon in 7-star Pikachu Tera Raids are causing frustration among Pokemon Scarlet & Violet players. Trainers are working hard to defeat this formidable Water-type Tera monster as part of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s 7-star Pikachu Tera Raid.

Even those using muscular counter builds find it challenging to defeat Pikachu and the other trainers in this 7-star Tera Raid. Sadly, not all athletes get along well with one another, as many have been seen releasing their anger at trainers who have been assaulting their team members.

Trainers of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet express their displeasure with the Pikachu Tera Raids

In response to a post on the Pokemon Scarlet & Violet subreddit, gamers in the community started talking about their experiences in the first part of the Tera Raid.

The OP recorded teammates continuously destroying their Gastrodon with Giga Drain during a Tera Raid and uploaded the video. They acknowledged that they hadn’t fainted once when asked how many times they had perished before their friends used Giga Drain on them. “Pikachu almost causes Gastrodon no harm. Because of my teammate, I passed out twice.

As another Gastrodon trainer stated, “I was running a mud slap Gastrodon,” several disgruntled gamers in the discussion recounted similar experiences. There was lots of time. One has just begun massively draining the team. If he had gone after the boss, we would have won.

A different gamer reported having a comparable experience with Arboliva. “Last night, I had a Clodsire repeatedly use Acid Spray on both my Arboliva and another trainer’s Arboliva. As we managed to reduce Pikachu’s Health to less than half before the period expired, we really could have cleared the raid with their assistance.

While several players acknowledged utilizing this same strategy to conclude lopsided Raids more quickly, some argued that in these situations, there is typically still enough of time to win the raid genuinely. Why do I think that they could have defeated the raid instead of throwing if they had just Tera’d? A wise choice, Gastrodon suffers little damage.

Regardless of one’s position on the issue, trainers who intend to participate in the ongoing 7-star Pikachu Tera Raid with more random trainers should be cautioned that tragic circumstances like these occur frequently.

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