The salt mushroom Pokémon is known as Nacli. 🤔Every time I come across a new Pokémon, I begin assessing whether it is worth catching.
The first time I stumbled upon Nacli, it reminded me of Minecraft due to its rock-like appearance in evolutions.
I took my time to learn everything about it before finally adding it to my team. I later created this post to share my knowledge on this salt mushroom Pokémon. Read on to find out what it is.
What is Nacli Pokemon type?
Nacli is a rock-type Pokémon that was first introduced in Generation IX. This Pokémon is composed of rock salt since it was born within the layers of salt. The top half of its body is made up of a white salt cube. While bits of salt fall off Nacli’s body as it moves, the Pokémon can replenish the salt from within.
What is the best teratype for Nacli?
The best teratype for Nacli is a power up type like Rock. This is because if the original type is not different from the Tera Type, it means that the power of moves will be doubled.
Additionally, a counter type is also a good teratype for Nacli. 👀 By tantalizing to a type you are weak against, it is easy to catch opponents off guard.
Some of the counter types include water, grass, bug, fire, flying, electric, normal, poison, ground, ghost, steel, dark, dragon, and Psychic.
What are Nacli’s abilities?
Nacli’s abilities include purifying salt and sturdy. The Pokémon’s pure salt halves the damage it takes from Ghost-type moves and protects it from status conditions.
On the other hand, Sturdy prevents one hit KO moves.
✊It also enables it to survive with 1 HP even if it is fully attacked at full HP. Nacli’s hidden ability is clear body. This ensures that other Pokémon do not lower its stats.
What is the best moveset for Nacli Pokémon?
This Pokémon can learn 26 ™ moves and 14 moves from leveling up. Nacli’s best moves to utilize when picking a moveset include leaving moves like Earthquake and TM moves such as Body Slam and Rock Slide.
It can learn Earthquake by reaching level 40 and Rock slide at level 30. By learning Body slam, it would get a 30% chance to paralyze a target.
On the other hand, by leaning Earthquake, the damage would double if the target uses Dig.
What is Nacli’s Pokémon weak to?
Being a Rock-type Pokémon, Nacli takes more damage from water, steel, grass, ground, and fighting-type moves.
Some of the Pokémon that Nacli is weak to include Quaxly, Cufant, Sprigatito, Phanpy and Pawmot.
Though such types can easily finish off Nacli, you should focus on Special attack moves since Nacli has a higher physical defense.
What are the counters for Nacli Pokemon?
We mentioned that Nacli has a high physical defense and a purifying salt ability. Therefore, to counter it in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, consider using Pokémon it is weak against, such as Fighting, ground, and grass types.
The best Nacli counters include Primal Kyogre, Terrakion, Shadow Excadrill, Mega Swampert, Mega Garchomp, Primal Groudon, and Shadow Metagross.
What is strong against Nacli?
Water, steel, ground, grass, and fighting-type moves are strong against Nacli. For you to defeat Nacli, you have to learn its weaknesses and use such stronger Pokémon since it takes more damage from them. It is resistant to fire, poison, and normal attacks.
Therefore, if you use such moves, you may not defeat it. Additionally, avoid bringing types like ice and bug into battle against this Pokémon since they have a weakness to its attacks.
Does Nacli evolve?
Yes. Nacli is one of the Pokémon that evolve. This Pokémon evolves into two forms.
It begins as a mushroom-shaped Pokémon but later transforms into a creature that resembles a Minecraft. Finally, when it is fully evolved, it turns into a massive golem of salt.
🤕Though the fully evolved Pokémon looks quite intimidating, it cares for injured picket monsters by healing their wounds through salt.
Evolving it in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet can be a natural process of utilizing this Pokémon during your playthrough.
What does Nacli evolve into?
Nacli first evolves into Naclastack after getting to level 24. You should use Nacli in battles whenever you can, as you let it level naturally. When it evolves into Naclastack, it can learn the salt cure move.
Naclasack finally evolves into Garganacl at level 38. Though Garganacl has a low-level requirement if you were to compare it to other third tier evolutions, it is considered among the best pocket monsters you can get in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
Is Nacli a physical or special attacker?
Nacli is a great physical attacker that can pack a punch. It is known for its sturdy physical defense. This Pokémon also has a 1 Defense EV Yield.
In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the Relaxed Nature is recommended since its highest IV stat is Defense.
Check out Nacli’s base stats below.
Total Base Stats
How to find and catch Nacli Pokemon
Since Nacli is a common spawn in the South of Paldea, you can easily catch it within the first hours of your adventure in the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
You can easily find this Pokémon on beaches or rocky regions.
The exact habitats of this Pokémon include the following.
- South Province (Area One, Tow, Three, Four, Five, Six)
- East Province (Area One, Tow, Three)
- North Province (Area Two)
- Asado Desert
- Tagtree Thicket
How to build a team with Nacli Pokemon
Building a good team early in the game allows you to have an easy time during your adventures. Though there is no perfect team to progress through the game, you should make your selection carefully.
As you start your treasure hunt through Palea and take on gyms, understand that some Pocket Monsters may carry you farther than others.
Building a strong team with Nacli can help you overcome the challenges that you may face early in the game.
Consider adding the following to your team.
- Paldea Wooper
- Fuecoco, Quaxly or Spigatito
The team is great since it offers a good mix of elemental types.
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