Bronzor (Japanese: ドーミラー Dohmirror) is a dual-type Steel/Psychic Pokémon introduced in Generation IV.
Bronzor has the ID number 183 in Pokémon Duel.
It evolves into Bronzong.
|Base Wheel Size||Name||Move Type||Move Effect||Damage|
|20||Confuse Ray||Purple||The battle opponent becomes confused.||☆☆☆|
|48||Heavy Slam||White||If the battle opponent has MP3 or more, this Pokémon will not get damanged and will knock out the battle opponent.||20|
Ability description and explanation:
"Refraction - Friendly Pokémon next to this Pokémon cannot be affected by any new status effects"
- Bronzor is one of the few instances where the non-evolved form could be more useful than the evolved form. It has its fair share of weaknesses, but its 3 star Confuse Ray coul be very useful. Also, it is an excellent counter to 3MP Pokémon. Even though its weakest attack is only 20 damage, it can easily knock out the opponent if it has 3MP. However, this does not evolve Bronzor.
- Attacking Bronzor with anything else than 3MP Pokémon will probably knock it out. Be careful with Pokémon with a lot of misses. Especially figures like Yveltal, Blastoise, etc. The Confuse Ray could be dangerous.
- Bronzor's ability that shields adjacent friendly Pokémon from new status effects also include purple moves with knock out effects. It might be that Bronzor's ability is poorly worded or that this is an unintentional effect, and if so, it will probably get patched in the future. But for now it can create a few interesting tactical approaches to the game. Putting Bronzor next to any Pokémon with the ability to Self-Destruct will knock out the opponent, but not the Pokémon that used the move. It will also protect friendly Pokémon from moves like Aura Sphere and Flame Gun.
- Bronzor can be very useful in gyms. Its Heavy Slam can easily knock out very powerful 3MP enemies.
- If a battle opponent with 3MP lands a move such as Big Bite, which knocks out Steel-type Pokémon, while Bronzor spins Heavy Slam, they both are knocked out.
- It is ill-advised to use materials to buy this figure.
- You should focus on the move that better complements your playstyle. Confuse Ray can be very powerful and is therefore recommended.
- A level 5 Bronzor can easily withstand confusion.
- Bronzor benefits from Steel Energy. Double Chance could become useful.