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All Dragonite weaknesses in Pokemon Go & best counters

Players usually struggle against the mighty Dragonite during raids and PvP battles in Pokemon Go. Here’s a list of all its weaknesses.

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Dragonite has been one of the most sought-after Pokemon in Pokemon Go since its launch. It is a nightmare to face this Dragon-Type beast in raids and battles, but this guide will list all its weaknesses and best counters.

Dragonite is one of the best Pokemon in Pokemon Go for several reasons. It belongs to the Dragon-Type which generally dominates the Master League. Moreover, it can learn a wide range of Normal, Dragon, and Steel-Type moves that are effective against several Pokemon.

Having said that, every Pokemon including Dragonite has its weaknesses and certain attacks are ‘super effective’ against it.

Dragonite Pokemon

All Dragonite weaknesses in Pokemon Go

Ice-Type Pokemon

Ice-Type Pokemon are Dragnoite’s Kryptonite in Pokemon Go. This is because Ice attacks deal extra damage to Flying and Dragon-Type Pokemon and Dragonite belongs to both these categories. Accordingly, Ice moves deal 256% damage against the flying dragon.

The best Ice-Type Pokemon in terms of attack and durability are:

  • Mamoswine
  • Weavile
  • Glaceon
  • Beartic
  • Articuno
  • Lapras
  • Cloyster

The most promising fast Ice moves in Pokemon Go are Ice Fang, Ice Shard, and Frost Breath. For Charged moves, relying on Avalanche, Ice Punch, and Blizzard is recommended.

Glaceon Pokemon

Fairy-Type Pokemon

Fairy-Type Pokemon can also give Dragonite a tough time because of their additional damage and immunity to Dragon-Type attacks. However, they are much harder to unlock.

Fairy-Type attacks like Dazzling Gleam, Draining Kiss, and Moonblast are super effective against Dragon-Type Pokemon. Sylveon, Clefable, and Wigglytuff also gain a STAB (Same-Type attack bonus) when they use Fairy-Type attacks which makes their DPS even better.

To make a perfect Fairy-Type Pokemon to face Dragonite, just equip them with one of the aforementioned Charged Moves and Charm (fast attack).

Sylveon Pokemon

Rock & Dragon-Type Pokemon

Rock-Type Pokemon like Golem, Tyranitar, and Rhyperior can be great against Dragonite. Their attacks deal 160% extra damage, and apart from Steel Wing, none of Dragonite’s attacks are effective against them.

While Rock Throw and Smack Down are the best Rock-Type fast moves, Rock Slide and Stone Edge are the best Charged Moves.

Other Dragon-Type Pokemon are also effective against Dragonite but they should be your last resort because only Legendary Pokemon can outclass the latter. Dragonite itself is a Dragon-Type and primarily learns Dragon-Type attacks that are outright lethal when combined with its massive Combat Power.

Best Pokemon to use against Dragonite in Pokemon Go

It is worth noting that Dragonite can learn Steel Wing which is super effective against Ice, Rock, and Fairy-Type Pokemon. Clearly, this move is a game-changer.

Even though the Pokemon mentioned above (especially Ice) will deal a ton of damage against Dragonite, it is equally important for them to stay alive. Their immunity is significantly affected by Steel Wing,

Gyarados vs Dragonite Pokemon

The best Pokemon to have in your party against a Dragonite with Steel Wing is Lapras, followed by Gyarados. Subsequently, you can simply count on the best Ice-Type damage dealers because of the double ‘Super Effective’ scenario.

Similarly, it is safe to use Fairy-Type Pokemon against a Dragonite with Dragon-Type attacks. Last but not least, Rock-Type Pokemon have a solid defense against Flying and Normal moves, which should make them your first options against a Dragonite that has Hurricane or Hyper Beam as a Charged Attack.


All in all, it is evident that Dragonite’s versatility is what makes it one of the best Pokemon out there. Another Pokemon that offers versatility through eight unique evolutions is Eevee, and here’s our guide on the best Eevee evolutions in Pokemon Go.

Image Credits: Niantic, The Pokemon Company

Apex Legends

Apex Legends Season 14 review: Respawn hunt issues with welcomed change

Apex Legends Season 14 has officially arrived, and Respawn have decided to freshen the game up with a variety of welcomed changes.

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The Apex Legends Season 14 has been well received among the community, bringing a positive buzz and increase in popularity for Respawn’s Battle Royale as they introduce mass change.

Apex Legends players have had some time to enjoy the new Season 14 update, which has brought a plethora of new content and changes to refresh the Battle Royale.

In the previous season, the popularity of Apex was in decline and players were slightly disappointed with the lack of content and meta changes. Having said that, it seems the community’s experience with Season 13 has influenced the Season 14 update.

With that said, let’s get into our review of Season 14, as it seems the update has brought some excitement back to Apex Legends, despite some minor improvements still being needed.

Apex Legends Season 14 review

Vantage and Echo bring the fun

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The Apex Legends Season 14 Legend, Vantage, has introduced a fun and exciting way to play the Battle Royale. Most FPS gamers tend to enjoy a bit of sniping every so often, as the devastating power of the weapon category can make for satisfying gameplay.

This ethos is essentially the idea behind Vantage, as her sniper-focused kit provides unique and exciting gameplay opportunities that players seem to be enjoying according to the Season 14 pick rates.

Combined with the sniper gameplay, her bat companion, Echo, also makes for some great gameplay moments, as Vantage can order Echo around the map and jump to its location.

Both the Sniper’s Mark and Echo Relocation abilities compliment each other extremely well and having the mobility option also means that Vantage can compete with the meta, which is dominated by Legends who have quick relocation/escape tools.

King’s Canyon refreshed with Relic and more

apex legends kings canyon relic poi season 14

With the Season 14 update, Kings Canyon finally returned to the map rotation, but with some pretty drastic changes.

First off, the brand-new Relic POI is a great location for players to drop hot and battle it out, much like its predecessor, Skulltown. Unlike the chaotic experience that was Skulltown, Relic is more open and provides many more opportunities for players to get loot in the area.

Having said that, it still provides the thrill and excitement of Skulltown, giving players a great POI to land at if they wish to engage right off drop.

Further, Kings Canyon has also had many more minor changes which have greatly helped the map’s flow. Choke points and various other rotations have been tweaked so that players can predict enemy movements better. These changes have helped Kings Canyon become a more formulated experience rather than third-party central.

Buffs & nerfs bring a much-needed meta shift

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Apex Legends Season 14 saw a heap of changes in the patch notes, including a variety of buffs and nerfs to both Legends and weapons. Prior to this season, players had been calling for the devs to bring a drastic meta change, and so far, it seems the devs have delivered.

The buffs to Mad Maggie have brought huge ramifications to the overall Legend meta, as Maggie is now an extremely good counter to Gibraltar and various other defensive Legends.

The Valkyrie nerfs have tamed the incredibly popular Recon Legend, bringing her back in line with the rest. Further, the buff to Newcastle has also increased the Legend output greatly, now possessing arguably the best revive in the game.

Weapons saw some pretty huge changes as well, with the Spitfire and Wingman both changing weapon categories. The overall balancing and RNG for weapons found in floor loot feels a lot better than last season, which will have also been influenced by the Replicator and Care Package changes.

Overall, the changes to both weapons and Legends have brought a healthy shift in the meta, giving rise to the more underused Legends in the game and also giving players a reason to use a wider range of Legends thanks to buffs and nerfs.

Verdict 8/10


Despite minor issues with glitches and bugs, Apex Legends Season 14 is a refreshing update that brings fun and excitement back to Respawn’s Battle Royale. The devs are clearly listening to the community as well, providing a wanted quality of life change, ranked changes, and offering more than one way to play with the new Battle Pass challenges.

Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment

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New FIFA 23 FUT Hero cards revealed: Yaya Toure, Mascherano, Forlan

FUT Hero cards are set to return as an exciting item in FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team mode. Here’s a look at the players confirmed so far.

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FIFA 23 FUT Hero leaks

Ultimate Team fans will once again have the opportunity to utilize FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23 after they made their debut in FIFA 22. Here’s a list of all the FUT Hero cards confirmed to arrive in FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 will be the final game of the franchise to include the FIFA branding before EA shifts to EA Sports FC. Fans have high expectations for the game that will bring an end to the partnership’s dominant era.

While FIFA 23 is set to introduce new features like World Cup content and crossplay support, Ultimate Team fans will be happy to know that some returning features will also appear in FIFA 23.

One of these returning features is none other than FUT Hero cards. Here’s everything you need to know about FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23.

What are FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23

FUT Hero cards were a new introduction in FIFA 22 and the concept is meant to highlight incredible players of the past who never quite reached icon status.

EA picked a set of players that shared a common characteristic of leadership and respect for the clubs they played for.

These Hero items are special cards in FUT as they utilize unique chemistry attributes. They offer league-specific chemistry and provide a green club link to any player within the same league.

FIFA 23 confirmed FUT Hero cards

While EA have yet to announce every new FIFA 23 FUT Hero, they have revealed the first few stars from the Premier League and LaLiga that will show up.

Here’s a full list of expected FIFA 23 FUT Hero players, with new cards marked in bold.

PlayerPositionLeagueNationRating
Abedi PeleCAMLigue 1 Uber EatsGhana89
Fernando MorientesSTLa Liga SantanderSpain89
Jurgen KohlerCBBundesligaGermany89
Mario GomezSTBundesligaGermany88
Antonio Di NataleSTSerie AItaly88
Diego MilitoSTSerie AArgentina88
Jorge CamposGKLiga BBVAMexico87
Ivan CordobaCBSerie AColombia87
Joe ColeCAMPremier LeagueEngland87
Jerzy DudekGKPremier LeaguePoland86
Freddie LjungbergRMPremier LeagueSweden86
Aleksandr MostovoiCAMLa Liga SantanderRussia86
Ole Gunnar SolskjaerSTPremier LeagueNorway86
Robbie KeaneSTPremier LeagueIreland86
Sami Al-JaberSTMBS Pro LeagueSaudi Arabia86
Tim CahillSTPremier LeagueAustralia85
Clint DempseyLM/CF/STMLSUSA85
Lars RickenCM/CAMBundesligaGermany85
Yaya ToureCMPremier LeagueIvory CoastTBC
Park Ji-sungCMPremier LeagueSouth KoreaTBC
Ricardo CarvalhoCBPremier LeaguePortugalTBC
Claudio MarchisioCMSerie AItalyTBC
Landon DonovanCFMLSUSATBC
Javier MascheranoCDMLaLigaArgentinaTBC
Rafael MarquezCBLaLigaMexicoTBC
LucioCBSerie ABrazilTBC
Diego ForlanSTLaLigaUruguayTBC

So far, Yaya Toure, Park Ji-sung, Ricardo Carvalho, Landon Donovan, Javier Mascherano, Rafael Marquez, Lucio, and Diego Forlan have been confirmed, but we’re expecting plenty more to be revealed ahead of September 30.

It’s also safe to assume that every FIFA 22 Hero will return, as EA look to double down on the feature this year.

FIFA 23 leaked Hero cards

Although only a handful of FIFA 23 Heroes have been officially revealed, plenty more have been leaked ahead of time.

Leakers have been slowly revealing the new names we could see in FIFA 23, and there could be some fan favorites on the way. In addition, some players like Nakata and Okocha are rumored to be downgraded from Icons to Heroes in FIFA 23.

We’ve put together all of the leaked FIFA 23 FUT Heroes we’ve seen so far below:

PlayerPositionLeagueNationPredicted Rating
Peter CrouchSTPremier LeagueEngland89
Diego SimeoneCDMLa Liga SantanderArgentina89
Dirk KuytSTPremier LeagueNetherlands89
Joan CapdevilaLBLa Liga SantanderSpain89
Tomas BrolinRWSerie ASweden89
Hidetoshi NakataRMSerie AJapan89
Jay-Jay OkochaRMPremier LeagueNigeria89

How to get free FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23

FIFA 23 pre-order Ultimate Edition

Players will receive a free untradeable World Cup Hero card if they pre-order the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23 before August 21.

FIFA 23 players will have the opportunity to secure a free FUT Hero card to add to their Ultimate Team squads in November. However, you’ll only receive a free untradeable World Cup Hero card if you pre-order FIFA 23 early, so don’t forget this requirement.


For more news, check out how FIFA 23 players are fearful that Ultimate Team SBCs will be a nightmare to complete.

Image Credit: EA Sports

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How to watch Dragon Ball Super episodes in Fortnite: All Island Codes

Fortnite’s Dragon Ball crossover is here, and here’s how to actually watch Dragon Ball Super episodes inside of Fortnite.

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Fortnite’s Dragon Ball crossover is here, and if you’ve never seen the anime before or just want to rewatch some fan-favorite episodes, you can actually watch Dragon Ball Super inside Fortnite. Here’s every episode available, including the Island Codes needed to watch them.

After weeks of leaks and rumors, Dragon Ball has finally arrived in Fortnite. Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and Beerus have hit the Item Shop, and players can use the Kamehameha and Nimbus Clouds while completing the new batch of Quests.

That’s not all though, as full episodes of Dragon Ball Super are available to watch inside of Fortnite. Here’s every episode available to watch, as well as the Island Codes you’ll need to watch individual episodes.

All Dragon Ball Super episodes in Fortnite

Dragon Ball's Goku in Fortnite

There are six Dragon Ball Super episodes to watch inside of Fortnite. The first four take place during the God of Destruction Beerus Saga, and the final two catch up with the characters much later in the Universe Survival Saga.

Here are all of the Dragon Ball Super episodes you can watch inside Fortnite:

  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 09: Thanks for Waiting, Lord Beerus! A Super Saiyan God is Born at Last!
  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 10Show Us, Goku! The Power of a Super Saiyan God!!
  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 11Let’s Keep Going, Lord Beerus! The Battle of the Gods! 
  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 13Goku, Surpass Super Saiyan God! 
  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 81Bergamo the Crusher vs. Goku! Whose Strength Reaches the Wild Blue Yonder?!
  • Dragon Ball Super – Episode 98: Ah, the Uncertainty! A Universe Despairs!!

All Dragon Ball Super episode Island Codes

Here are the Island Codes for each of the Dragon Ball Super episodes you can watch inside Fortnite:

  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 9: 1356-5236-0901
  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 10: 4149-8889-9252
  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 11: 5893-7217-3843
  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 13: 2586-7170-0416
  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 81: 5087-3838-8716
  • Dragon Ball Super Episode 98: 3137-9391-7999

How to watch Dragon Ball Super in Fortnite

Dragon Ball Super episode playing in Fortnite

Watching Dragon Ball Super in Fortnite is easy, as you can either enter the correct Island Code or find the Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival in the Discover tab.

Here’s everything you need to do to watch Dragon Ball Super in Fortnite:

  1. Launch Fortnite
  2. Select the ‘Change Game Mode’ box above ‘Play’
  3. Head to Discover and look for the Fortnite x Dragon Ball section
  4. Select the Dragon Ball Super episode you wish to watch

Or, you can type in the Island Code:

  1. Launch Fortnite
  2. Press the ‘Change Game Mode’ box above ‘Play’
  3. Head over to the Island Code tab
  4. Type in one of the episode codes listed above
  5. Enjoy!

You can also select individual episodes by using the screens found inside the Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival.

When are Dragon Ball Super episodes removed from Fortnite?

Dragon Ball Super episodes are available in Fortnite from From August 16 until September 17, 2022, so make sure you’ve seen them all before they’re removed ahead of Chapter 3, Season 4.

Image Credit: Epic Games

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