This charming little dumb-looking crocodile is a relatively simple Fire starter when you first start using Fuecoco. Spend some time with it, though, and it will mature into Skeledirge, a genuinely strong asset in your party. Skeledirge has its great points, but it also has certain flaws. In Pokémo Scarlet and Violet, here’s how to rapidly dispatch a decent Skeledirge.
Skeledirge is vulnerable to what in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet?
Skeledirge is a Pokémon that is both Fire and Ghost in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. With this in mind, Dark, Ghost, Ground, Rock, and Water attacks are the most damaging to it. Except for its own Ghost techniques against Ghost Pokémon, it doesn’t have much of a response against any of these types.
Skeledirge has a strong protection, thus special attacks of the aforementioned categories are suggested to take it down as quickly as possible. Also, because it is of the Ghost type, Normal and Fighting moves have no impact on it, so avoid them at all costs. Bug, Fairy, Grass, Ice, Poison, and Steel moves and Pokémon should be avoided at all times while facing Skeledirge, since it will totally destroy these species.
If you have your own Skeledirge that you want to make unstoppable, there are a number of goods that can help you with that. You may strengthen the areas where Skeledirge has historically struggled and create an absolute unit at the head of your party.
For the ideal Pokémon to catch to oppose Skeledirge, there is a wide range of water Pokémon available. We particularly like Gyaradod and Quaquaval. Vaporeon and Veluza are also viable options.