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Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Walking Wake and Iron Leaves Tera Raid: movesets and counters

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet have revealed two new Tera Raids for the new Paradox Suicune and Paradox Virizion
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Walking Wake and Iron Leaves have returned to Tera Raids after a bug prevented players from catching them. That bug has now been patched out (for the most part), so anyone who missed out on the initial event now has a second chance to pick them both up.

This guide will tell you everything you need to know about both new Paradox Pokemon, their move sets, and the best Walking Wake and Iron Leaves counters in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

How long do you have to catch Walking Wake and Iron Leaves? - Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Following the buggy launch of the two newest Pokémon, Walking Wake and Iron Leaves have returned for a makeup event in the first two weeks of May. The event will run for 14 days, between May 1 and May 14.

It's not known if the Pokémon will return to raid events in the future, or if they'll be accessible through other methods like the upcoming DLC, so players who are interested in picking them up should do so now.

Walking Wake moveset

Pokemon SV Walking Wake
  • Ability - Protosynthesis
  • Item - None
  • Tera-type - Water
  • Move set - Hydro Steam, Dragon Pulse, Noble Roar, Flamethrower, Sunny Day

Walking Wake counters

Gastrodon (West) on a Scarlet & Violet background.
Pokémon Arboliva.

Iron Leaves moveset

Pokemon SV Iron Leaves
  • Ability - Quark Drive
  • Item - None
  • Tera-type - Psychic
  • Move set - Psyblade, Leaf Blade, Megahorn, Swords Dance, Electric Terrain

Iron Leaves counters

Scizor, a Bug-type Pokémon.