Naero (boss)

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Naero boss NPC.png
LocationCerulean Cave B1F
Cooldown time12
Dates active1/15/2016—present
Basic requirements

"After mindlessly grinding these Pokemon, I can put the perfect exclamation point on my task by deploying them to beat you!"


Naero is the staff-member boss NPC of the eponymous Content Scripter.

He is best-known for his antecedence to Egg Moves-tutors, as defeating him is required to access all their emplacing daycare centers. Additionally, his prizesets are coveted for his baby-stage Pokemon, which are scarcely obtainable elsewhere.

Boss rework 2019

Naero was part of the Boss rework in 2019 and was updated at the 10th January 2019. The boss rework was issued and is still ongoing to improve the boss NPC's in general. All reworked bosses are coded in Python and not in Xanascript anymore, which gives new opportunities. Reworked bosses can now have held items as well. One of the biggest benefits is, that the Python script sees when if the server crashed in order to not count a lose in case the player fought against the boss while the server crashed. In such a case the player can simply re-fight the boss.

The boss rework implies a challenge for players on any experience level who do enjoy doing bosses because of the three difficulty level every not story related boss has, which ensures that bosses are challengable for newer players and also be a chellange for those who have a high Pokémon knowledge. Boss teams are decisively reworked and only contain level 100 Pokémon. EVs and hold items do vary among other things - also depending on the difficulty level.

  • Easy: bosses have no EVs and no hold items; as well as a weakened moveset. Consecutive win rewards are also not available.
  • Medium: bosses have 252 EVs in each stat and hold items.
  • Hard: bosses have 400 EVs in each stat and hold items. Furthermore, the player is not allowed to use in-battle items such as Revives.

Challenging Naero

Naero can be found in Cerulean Cave B1F; this requires you to have defeated Lance in Dragons Den B1F before the Cerulean Cave guard disappears.

Therein, he can be found wandering around in the trench in the northeastern segment of the basement floor.

If you lose to Naero, you must wait 12 days to rechallenge him. In case you should have a playing time under 100 hours, Naero will give you a warning if you are really sure to fight him.



Naero's Lineup
Timid Serene Grace None
Adamant Thick Fat None
Modest Filter None
Bold Natural Cure None
Adamant Vital Spirit None
Rash Flame Body None
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Naero's Lineup
Timid Serene Grace Sitrus Berry
Adamant Thick Fat Leftovers
Modest Filter Focus Sash
Bold Natural Cure Leftovers
Adamant Vital Spirit Life Orb
Rash Flame Body Life Orb
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


The standard subsets of rewards will be randomized and rewarded each time; however, upon defeating him three-consecutive times, you will get a extra reward on the difficulty level Medium and Hard while Hard gives slightly better rewards.

There is no shiny counterpart of Pokémon rewarded from the randomized prizeset; only the selectable prizes have one, which is 1/4,096 in fractional notation (0.0244%, in percental notation).

All rewarded Pokémon will be initialized at level 20.

Reworked bosses such as Naero have rewards depending on the difficulty level you beat them. As harder the difficulty as more valuable is the reward normally. The exact reward is random generated based on a list of possible rewards and contains at least a money reward. There are three difficulty level: Easy, Medium and Hard. For extra rewards, the Medium and Hard level have a three-time win streak.

Tier 1: A random amount of common items which depends on the boss, like Focus Sashes, Weakness Policies, Air Balloons,Lum Berries or Sitrus Berries.

Tier 2: A random amount of more valuable items, mixed with some high valuable rewards depending on the boss, like PP Up's, Rare Candies, Small Train Ticket or Corphish.

Tier 3: Rare Pokémon depending on the boss, like Gible, Dratini, Bunnelby or Scyther.

Easy: 85% chance for tier 1, 10% for tier 2 and 5% for tier 3 rewards, 5-10k money reward.

Medium: 80% chance for tier 1, 10% for tier 2 and 10% for tier 3 rewards, 12-30k money reward, +2 PvE Coins.

Hard: 60% chance for tier 1, 25% for tier 2 and 15% for tier 3 rewards, 20-40k money reward, +4 PvE Coins.

The possible rewarded Pokémon on the hard mode are considered as slightly more valuable than those you may get on the Medium mode.

Randomized subset

All possible rewards are listed below.


Pokédex NumberPokémonType 1Type 2Reward Tier
#172 172Icon.png Pichu Electric 1
#173 173Icon.png Cleffa Fairy 1
#174 174Icon.png Igglybuff Normal Fairy 1
#236 236Icon.png Tyrogue Fighting 1
#175 175Icon.png Togepi Fairy 2
#438 438Icon.png Bonsly Rock 2
#439 439Icon.png Mime Jr. Psychic Fairy 2
#446 446Icon.png Munchlax Normal 2
#238 238Icon.png Smoochum Ice Psychic 3
#239 239Icon.png Elekid Electric 3
#240 240Icon.png Magby Fire 3


No items are rewarded from this boss.

Three-consecutive wins

After being rewarded some of the abovementioned items, you will also be prompted to select one of these Pokémon as an additional reward.

Pokédex NumberPokémonType 1Type 2Reward Tier
#175 175Icon.png Togepi Fairy Medium/Hard
#238 238Icon.png Smoochum Ice Psychic Medium/Hard
#239 239Icon.png Elekid Electric Medium/Hard
#240 240Icon.png Magby Fire Medium/Hard
#446 446Icon.png Munchlax Normal Medium/Hard