Nosepass Raid Guide

Nosepass Raid guide

Rock

Nosepass is an easy Tier 1 raid boss to defeat, with a CP value of 3603. You can solo Nosepass raids without any problem at all. Nosepass is vulnerable to Fighting, Ground, Steel, Water, Grass type moves and mainly weaker to Pokémon such as Kyogre, Groudon, Dialga, Palkia, Rhyperior.

Nosepass can obtain below CP values when defeated.

  • 651 - 709 CP during Partly cloudy weather conditions.
  • 521 - 567 CP during other weather conditions.

Nosepass is not available at the moment in raids and the last recently available date was June 16, 2022. Shiny Nosepass is also available from raids in the game.

Weather boost

Nosepass raids will be boosted during Partly cloudy weather conditions.

Rock type Damage Relations

Double damage from: Fighting
Double damage to: Flying
Half damage from: Normal
Half damage to: Fighting
No damage from: -
No damage to: -

Nosepass Raid Counters

  • Kyogre

    Kyogre is a Water type Pokémon with charged moves: Hydro Pump   Surf   and fast moves: Waterfall   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Groudon

    Groudon is a Ground type Pokémon with charged moves: Earthquake   Solar Beam   and fast moves: Mud Shot   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Dialga

    Dialga is a Steel, Dragon type Pokémon with charged moves: Iron Head   and fast moves: Metal Claw   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Palkia

    Palkia is a Water, Dragon type Pokémon with charged moves: Aqua Tail   Hydro Pump   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Rhyperior

    Rhyperior is a Ground, Rock type Pokémon with charged moves: Earthquake   Superpower   Surf   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Metagross

    Metagross is a Steel, Psychic type Pokémon with charged moves: Earthquake   Flash Cannon   and fast moves: Bullet Punch   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Keldeo

    Keldeo is a Water, Fighting type Pokémon with charged moves: Aqua Jet   Close Combat   Hydro Pump   and fast moves: Low Kick   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Landorus

    Landorus is a Ground, Flying type Pokémon with charged moves: Earth Power   Focus Blast   and fast moves: Mud Shot   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Conkeldurr

    Conkeldurr is a Fighting type Pokémon with charged moves: Dynamic Punch   Focus Blast   and fast moves: Counter   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Rhydon

    Rhydon is a Ground, Rock type Pokémon with charged moves: Earthquake   Surf   and fast moves: Rock Smash   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Gyarados

    Gyarados is a Water, Flying type Pokémon with charged moves: Hydro Pump   and fast moves: Waterfall   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Vaporeon

    Vaporeon is a Water type Pokémon with charged moves: Aqua Tail   Hydro Pump   Water Pulse   and fast moves: Water Gun   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Excadrill

    Excadrill is a Ground, Steel type Pokémon with charged moves: Drill Run   Earthquake   Iron Head   and fast moves: Metal Claw   Mud Shot   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Tangrowth

    Tangrowth is a Grass type Pokémon with charged moves: Power Whip   Solar Beam   and fast moves: Vine Whip   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Shaymin

    Shaymin is a Grass type Pokémon with charged moves: Energy Ball   Grass Knot   Solar Beam   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Manaphy

    Manaphy is a Water type Pokémon with charged moves: Bubble Beam   Surf   and fast moves: Bubble   Waterfall   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Jirachi

    Jirachi is a Steel, Psychic type Pokémon with charged moves: Doom Desire   which is effective against Nosepass.

  • Hippowdon

    Hippowdon is a Ground type Pokémon with charged moves: Earth Power   Earthquake   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Donphan

    Donphan is a Ground type Pokémon with charged moves: Earthquake   Heavy Slam   and fast moves: Counter   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Virizion

    Virizion is a Grass, Fighting type Pokémon with charged moves: Close Combat   Leaf Blade   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Cobalion

    Cobalion is a Steel, Fighting type Pokémon with charged moves: Close Combat   Iron Head   and fast moves: Metal Claw   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Aggron

    Aggron is a Steel, Rock type Pokémon with charged moves: Heavy Slam   and fast moves: Iron Tail   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Lapras

    Lapras is a Water, Ice type Pokémon with charged moves: Hydro Pump   Surf   and fast moves: Water Gun   which are effective against Nosepass.

  • Milotic

    Milotic is a Water type Pokémon with charged moves: Surf   and fast moves: Waterfall   which are effective against Nosepass.

Nosepass moves set

Nosepass will use below moves during the battle.

Rock Blast Charged Rock 23.8
Rock Slide Charged Rock 29.6
Rock Throw Fast Rock 13.3
Spark Fast Electric 8.6
Thunderbolt Charged Electric 32.0

Nosepass raids weather impact

Here is how each weather condition boosts Nosepass moves and impacts your Pokemon during the battle with Nosepass.

Cloudy Great for battle
Fog Great for battle
Partly cloudy Boosts Rock Blast
Boosts Rock Slide
Boosts Rock Throw
Rock Blast is bad for Water type Pokemon, Rock Blast is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Blast is bad for Steel type Pokemon, Rock Blast is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Blast is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Rock Slide is bad for Water type Pokemon, Rock Slide is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Slide is bad for Steel type Pokemon, Rock Slide is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Slide is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Rock Throw is bad for Water type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Steel type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Rainy Boosts Spark
Boosts Thunderbolt
Spark is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Thunderbolt is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Rock Throw is bad for Water type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Ground type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Steel type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Fighting type Pokemon, Rock Throw is bad for Grass type Pokemon
Snow Great for battle
Sunny / clear Great for battle
Windy Great for battle

Nosepass stats

Attack: 82
Defence: 235
HP:
Max CP (level 50): 960
Max HP (level 50): 64

Shiny Nosepass

There is a chance that you may encounter a shiny Nosepass if you win the raid.

Raid events