The best Pokémon to use the Elite Charged TM on in Pokémon Go

How should you use your Elite Charged TM?

Pokemon GO

Those who reached the rank 7 in the battle league at the end of the season received the Elite Charged and Fast TM item in Pokémon Go. It works similarly to the Charged and Fast TM already in the game, but now players can choose what abilities to give their Pokémon. The traditional item had a random chance. The item works on any Pokémon you have, so make sure you pick your Pokémon wisely, and their move.

Any Legendary Pokémon

Your first choice to use an Elite Charged TM on should be any of your available legendary Pokémon. These are some of the most powerful Pokémon in the game, and many of them have event-exclusive moves that available for minimal times. The Elite Charged TM gives you the chance to give your Pokémon access to these incredible moves, so make sure you can optimize on them whenever possible. These choices include Mewtwo, Ho-Oh, Lugia, Groudon, Rayquaza, Cobalion, and many others.

Venasaur

Venasaur is a decent defensive Pokémon, capable of throwing opponents through a loop during the battle league if you have a powerful one available to you. A powerful move you can teach it is frenzy plant, but it’s a rare, event-based move. If you have a powerful Venasaur on your team, you’d best give it the chance to learn frenzy plant to turn it into a Master League Pokémon.

Swampert

Another powerful Pokémon is the Ground and Water-type Swampert. It is only weak to Grass-types, meaning with limited weaknesses, it’s a fast favorite for those actively participating in the battle league. To turn Swampert into a champion for your roster, you can have it learn Hydro Cannon, which is its signature move it could only learn during its Community Day.

Metagross

Another excellent choice would be Metagross, the Steel and Psychic-type Pokémon. Due to it being a mixture of two types, you have various choices to pick from. Your best option is to go with meteor mash, which is a Steel-type move. Not many Pokémon can learn this move, and because Metagross is one of the limited few who can know it, you want to optimize on it. Plus, Metagross is an excellent choice with a high defense and offense.

Rhyperior

The Rock and Ground-type Pokémon, Rhyperior, can learn rock wrecker. You only had a chance to learn this move during Rhyhorn’s community day. Rhyperior is the only Pokémon who can learn the move, and it was only available during this event. For those who need a solid Rock-type attack, Rhyperior is a superb option.

Infernape

Infernape is the Fire and Fighting-type Pokémon and is one of the starting Pokémon from the Sinnoh region. It can learn Blast Burn, a popular Fire-type move for some of the more powerful Fire-types to learn. Infernape’s Fighting-type also makes it an excellent choice when fighting various Pokémon in the leagues available in the player versus player battle league.