When it comes to finding a good Pokémon to use in PvP competitions, the options usually remain the same. However, with the arrival of the Ultra Unlock Part 3: Sword and Shield event in Pokémon Go, players have several new Pokémon to choose from, including Falinks. Is Falinks good and how can you best use it in Pokémon Go?
Falinks is a Fighting-type Pokémon. It will be weak against Fairy, Fighting, and Psychic-type attacks, but is resistant to Bug, Dark, and Rock-type moves. When used in PvP, it has a maximum CP of 2.665, an attack of 174, a defense of 155, and a stamina of 149. Unlike other Fighting-type options, Falinks has been given a slightly boosted defense stat, giving him a little more flexibility in battles.
Falinks' overall stats make it an ideal choice for players keen to try it in the Grand or Ultra leagues. Of the two options, both are suitable competitions. Since it can be used in both, we recommend that you follow at least two, one for each of the categories. The best move set you can give in the Big League is the fast move counter and loaded moves break bricks and superpower. When you use Falinks in the Ultra League, you want to teach him the fast move counter and megacorn and superpower charged moves. These small differences are important.
Due to its stronger defense, you can expect to use Falinks as the main Pokémon. But again, it has a much higher defense stat than most Fighting-type Pokémon, and you can still use it in the Switch role to trade the main attacker for your Pokémon team.
Falinks will be a good addition to any player who wishes to use it in the Great or Ultra League. We highly recommend it.