Whenever a new legendary Pok\u00e9mon becomes available in Pok\u00e9mon Go, or one returns to five-star raids, players are curious to see if others are planning to use it in any Pok\u00e9mon Go battle leagues. Notable legendaries regularly used in the Master League include Lugia, Ho-Oh, and Mewtwo. They're powerful Pok\u00e9mon, and you can usually only acquire them for a limited time. Heatran is one of these Pok\u00e9mon, but is it good, and should you go out of your way to earn a perfect IV to use in battles? Make sure to give it the best moveset to shine in combat truly. Heatran is a Steel and Fire-type Pok\u00e9mon. It's weak to Fighting, Ground, and Water-type moves, but it's resistant to Bug, Dragon, Fairy, Flying, Grass, Ice, Normal, Poison, Psychic, and Steel-type moves. You need to be careful against specific match-ups against Heatran, but overall, it's a great Pok\u00e9mon with various resistances to help protect it. Heatran's has a maximum CP of 3,754, an attack of 210, a defense of 180, and stamina of 177. Because of how powerful Heatran can become, you won't be using it in the Ultra League. You primarily want to use it in the Master League. That's where it can do the most work, and you'll be able to utilize all of its stats. It's not at the top of the Master League tier list, but it's a great choice if you want to take down Dialga, Togekiss, Lugia, or Metagross. You want to be careful when battling Melmetal, Kyogre, Dragonite, or Giratina (Origin). All of those Pok\u00e9mon can counter Heatran. If you plan to use this Pok\u00e9mon in the Master League, here are a few pairings you can use with it. Heatran is best to use with Groudon, Dragonite, Zekrom, Dialga, Regirock, Mewtwo, Ho-Oh, Togekiss, Latios, Metagross, or Gyarados. These are some good Pok\u00e9mon that can potentially complement one another, depending on how you structure your team. Heatran's best moveset to be a powerful asset include fire spin for its fast move, and then stone edge and flamethrower for its charge moves. With stone edge, you'll be able to take out key meta choices, such as Dragonite and Ho-Oh, but you're left vulnerable to not beating Mamoswine. Overall, Heatran is a solid choice. It has various resistances that make battling it difficult, so if you want to force out Water or Fighting-type Pok\u00e9mon that will lose against a Mewtwo or Dragonite, Heatran is an excellent choice. You can pair it with Groudon for a truly devastating combination.