All March 2021 Pokémon raids in Pokémon Go

The Pokémon Go raids for March 2021.

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Each month, a new rotation of Pokémon appear in raids all over Pokémon Go. These raids come three distinct ranks: one-star, three-star, and five-star. The strongest Pokémon are available through five-star raids, and these are normally the legendary ones. They are the toughest to come by, making them highly valuable. You typically need a team of four to six players working together to beat it. For three-star and one-star raids, you can typically beat these on your own, so long as you have a reliable team capable of taking them down. If you’re not too sure that you’ll beat a three-star raid, it never hurts to reach out to a friend for assistance.

There are also Mega Raids, which feature mega evolved Pokémon. If you’re looking to acquire mega energy in Pokémon Go, this is the quickest way to do it. Much like five-star raids, you will need a few friends to beat it. Every raid has a CP range that the Pokémon can appear in, and another CP range when it receives a weather boost, making it stronger to fight, but comes with additional rewards.

All Pokémon Go raids

One-star raids

These are all of the Pokémon appearing in one-star raids. These are the easiest to defeat.

  • Ducklett
    • CP: 447 to 489
    • Boosted CP: 559 to 612
  • Espurr
    • CP: 669 to 719
    • Boosted CP: 837 to 899
  • Roggenrola
    • CP: 639 to 688
    • Boosted CP: 799 to 860
  • Swablu
    • CP: 429 to 470
    • Boosted CP: 537 to 588
  • Voltorb
    • CP: 532 to 577
    • Boosted CP: 665 to 721

Three-star raids

These are all of the Pokémon appearing in three-star raids. You might need a friend to help you out with some of the tougher battles.

  • Aggron
    • CP: 1,636 to 1,714
    • Boosted: 2,045 to 2,143
  • Aerodactyl
    • CP: 1,515 to 1,590
    • Boosted CP: 1,894 to 1,988
  • Drifblim
    • CP: 1,287 to 1,361
    • Boosted CP: 1,609 to 1,701
  • Magneton
    • CP: 1,348 to 1,420
    • Boosted CP: 1,686 to 1,775
  • Tranquill
    • CP: 770 to 824
    • Boosted CP: 963 to 1,030

Five-star raids

This is the raid schedule for all legendary Pokémon appearing in five-star raids throughout March 2021. These Pokémon will rotate weekly, and we recommend teaming up with as many trainers as you can to beat them.

  • Incarnate Forme Landorus (March 1 to 6)
    • CP: 1,965 to 2,050
    • Boosted CP: 2,456 to 2,563
  • Incarnate Forme Tornadus (March 6 to 11)
  • Incarnate Forme Thundurus (March 11 to 16)
  • Therian Forme Thundurus (March 16 to 30
  • Therian Forme Tornadus (March 30)

All of the five-star raids in March 2021 involve the Forces of Nature legendary Pokémon, Landorus, Tornadus, and Thundurus. The first half of the month features their Incarnate Formes. The second half features Thundurus and Tornadus’ Therian Formes, which are their new Pokémon forms in the game. These are stronger versions of the Pokémon. If you’re looking for a time to focus on these Pokémon in March 2021, we highly recommend going after the Therian Forme versions of these legendary Pokémon.

Given the schedule, we expect Therian Forme Landorus to appear sometime in early April 2021.

Mega Raids

This is all of the mega Pokémon appearing in Mega Raids. These are equally as tough as Pokémon in the five-star raids, and they rotate typically around the middle of every month. These first Pokémon listed will be appearing during the first half of March 2021 until March 16.

  • Mega Ampharos
    • CP: 1,554 to 1,630
    • Boosted CP: 1,943 to 2,307
  • Mega Blastoise
    • CP: 1,338 to 1,409
    • Boosted CP: 1,673 to 1,761
  • Mega Pidgeot
    • CP: 1,151 to 1,216
    • Boosted CP: 1,439 to 1,521

These next Pokémon will be appearing during the second half of March 2021, after March 16.

  • Mega Abomasnow
  • Mega Houndoom
  • A new Mega Pokémon