Pokemon Go CP Chart – Pokemon Go Combat Point (CP) List

A Pokémon’s attack strength is measured in units of Combat Power (CP). A Pokémon’s CP determines how well it will perform in battles. The higher the CP compared to the opponent, the more damage inflicted. Combat Power is shown by a scale running in a semicircle at the top of the Pokémon status screen. This circle essentially shows what could be considered as the Pokémon’s Level and can be increased. Here we present you Pokemon Go Combat Point (CP) List, Pokemon Go CP Chart, Pokemon Go CP List, Pokemon Go CP Ranking or Pokemon Go Max CP.

Pokemon Combat Points are determined in a very simple way. Pokémon have got specific stats, this time Hit Points, Attack and Defense, with Attack and Defense being hidden stats. Using these, the Combat Points are determined, but there are more values involved. Each Pokémon in Pokémon Go has a set of Base Stats for Attack, Defence, and Stamina, along with a hidden Level and a hidden modifier for those Base Stats, known as a Pokémon’s IVs.

Pokemon Go CP Chart

Pokemon Go CP Chart or Pokemon Go Combat Point (CP) List

The Chart shows on average how much CP a Pokémon will gain from a single power up and the absolute maximum Combat Points it can have.

No.
Pokémon
CP Rank
Avg. CP per Power Up
Max CP
#150
Mewtwo
#1
56.8
4144
#149
Dragonite
#2
47.7
3500
#151
Mew
#3
44.9
3299
#146
Moltres
#4
44.1
3240
#145
Zapdos
#5
42.3
3114
#143
Snorlax
#6
42.2
3112
#059
Arcanine
#7
40.5
2983
#131
Lapras
#8
40.4
2980
#144
Articuno
#8
40.4
2978
#103
Exeggutor
#10
40.1
2955
#134
Vaporeon
#11
38.1
2816
#130
Gyarados
#12
36.4
2688
#136
Flareon
#13
35.6
2643
#089
Muk
#14
35.1
2602
#080
Slowbro
#14
35.1
2597
#006
Charizard
#14
35.1
2602
#068
Machamp
#17
35
2594
#003
Venusaur
#18
34.8
2580
#009
Blastoise
#19
34.3
2542
#071
Victreebel
#20
34.1
2530
#062
Poliwrath
#21
33.8
2505
#045
Vileplume
#22
33.6
2492
#031
Nidoqueen
#23
33.5
2485
#034
Nidoking
#24
33.3
2475
#036
Clefable
#25
32.3
2397
#055
Golduck
#26
32.1
2386
#076
Golem
#27
30.9
2303
#126
Magmar
#28
30.4
2265
#110
Weezing
#29
30.2
2250
#112
Rhydon
#30
30.1
2243
#139
Omastar
#31
30
2233
#073
Tentacruel
#32
29.8
2220
#078
Rapidash
#33
29.5
2199
#097
Hypno
#34
29.3
2184
#038
Ninetales
#34
29.3
2188
#121
Starmie
#36
29.2
2182
#040
Wigglytuff
#37
29.1
2177
#142
Aerodactyl
#38
29
2165
#087
Dewgong
#39
28.7
2145
#135
Jolteon
#40
28.6
2140
#141
Kabutops
#41
28.5
2130
#127
Pinsir
#42
28.4
2121
#125
Electabuzz
#43
28.3
2119
#018
Pidgeot
#44
28
2091
#094
Gengar
#45
27.8
2078
#123
Scyther
#46
27.7
2073
#091
Cloyster
#47
27.4
2052
#115
Kangaskhan
#48
27.3
2043
#119
Seaking
#48
27.3
2043
#026
Raichu
#50
27.1
2028
#042
Golbat
#51
25.6
1921
#049
Venomoth
#52
25.2
1890
#082
Magneton
#53
25
1879
#057
Primeape
#54
24.8
1864
#128
Tauros
#55
24.5
1844
#085
Dodrio
#56
24.4
1836
#099
Kingler
#57
24.2
1823
#028
Sandslash
#58
24.1
1810
#065
Alakazam
#58
24.1
1813
#024
Arbok
#60
23.5
1767
#067
Machoke
#61
23.4
1760
#022
Fearow
#62
23.2
1746
#148
Dragonair
#62
23.2
1747
#047
Parasect
#62
23.2
1747
#114
Tangela
#65
23.1
1739
#070
Weepinbell
#66
22.8
1723
#124
Jynx
#66
22.8
1716
#117
Seadra
#68
22.7
1713
#137
Porygon
#69
22.4
1691
#044
Gloom
#69
22.4
1689
#105
Marowak
#71
21.9
1656
#101
Electrode
#72
21.8
1646
#053
Persian
#73
21.6
1631
#002
Ivysaur
#73
21.6
1632
#108
Lickitung
#75
21.5
1626
#008
Wartortle
#76
20.9
1582
#005
Charmeleon
#77
20.5
1557
#077
Ponyta
#78
20
1516
#107
Hitmonchan
#79
19.9
1516
#106
Hitmonlee
#80
19.6
1492
#122
Mr. Mime
#80
19.6
1494
#012
Butterfree
#82
19.1
1454
#020
Raticate
#83
19
1444
#015
Beedrill
#84
18.9
1439
#075
Graveler
#85
18.8
1433
#030
Nidorina
#86
18.4
1404
#033
Nidorino
#87
18
1372
#093
Haunter
#87
18
1380
#061
Poliwhirl
#89
17.6
1340
#058
Growlithe
#90
17.5
1335
#088
Grimer
#91
16.8
1284
#083
Farfetch’d
#92
16.5
1263
#017
Pidgeotto
#93
16
1223
#079
Slowpoke
#94
15.9
1218
#035
Clefairy
#95
15.6
1200
#111
Rhyhorn
#96
15.4
1182
#051
Dugtrio
#97
15.1
1168
#043
Oddish
#98
14.9
1148
#109
Koffing
#98
14.9
1151
#064
Kadabra
#100
14.6
1131
#069
Bellsprout
#101
14.4
1117
#054
Psyduck
#101
14.4
1109
#138
Omanyte
#101
14.4
1119
#086
Seel
#104
14.3
1107
#102
Exeggcute
#105
14.2
1099
#140
Kabuto
#105
14.2
1104
#066
Machop
#107
14.1
1089
#096
Drowzee
#108
13.9
1075
#133
Eevee
#108
13.9
1077
#001
Bulbasaur
#110
13.8
1071
#048
Venonat
#111
13.3
1029
#104
Cubone
#112
13
1006
#007
Squirtle
#112
13
1008
#147
Dratini
#114
12.6
983
#118
Goldeen
#115
12.4
965
#004
Charmander
#116
12.2
955
#120
Staryu
#117
12
937
#132
Ditto
#118
11.8
919
#046
Paras
#119
11.7
916
#039
Jigglypuff
#120
11.6
917
#072
Tentacool
#120
11.6
905
#025
Pikachu
#122
11.3
887
#081
Magnemite
#122
11.3
890
#029
Nidoran♀
#124
11.2
876
#056
Mankey
#124
11.2
878
#084
Doduo
#126
10.9
855
#095
Onix
#126
10.9
857
#074
Geodude
#128
10.8
849
#032
Nidoran♂
#129
10.7
843
#100
Voltorb
#129
10.7
839
#037
Vulpix
#131
10.6
831
#023
Ekans
#132
10.5
824
#090
Shellder
#133
10.4
822
#027
Sandshrew
#134
10.1
798
#060
Poliwag
#134
10.1
795
#092
Gastly
#134
10.1
804
#116
Horsea
#137
10
794
#098
Krabby
#137
10
792
#052
Meowth
#139
9.6
756
#021
Spearow
#140
8.6
686
#016
Pidgey
#141
8.5
679
#113
Chansey
#142
8
675
#041
Zubat
#142
8
642
#063
Abra
#144
7.4
600
#019
Rattata
#145
7.2
581
#014
Kakuna
#146
5.9
485
#011
Metapod
#147
5.8
477
#013
Weedle
#148
5.4
449
#010
Caterpie
#149
5.3
443
#050
Diglett
#149
5.3
456
#129
Magikarp
#151
3
262

Increase Pokemon Go Combat Points (CP)

Increasing CP is relatively simple. As you capture Pokémon, you will collect the special item called Stardust. Teamed with the Stardust and the candy for each of the Pokémon, you can power up the Pokémon.

The amount of Stardust required is dependent solely on what part of the scale the Pokémon is currently on. There are still restrictions on how far up the scale the Pokémon can go based on the trainer level. The higher the level and the more you have to spend. See the chart below for the Stardust and Candy requirements.

Power Up
Stardust Required
Candy Required
1-4
200
Stardust
1
Candy
5-8
400
Stardust
1
Candy
9-12
600
Stardust
1
Candy
13-16
800
Stardust
1
Candy
17-20
1000
Stardust
1
Candy
21-24
1300
Stardust
2
Candy
25-28
1600
Stardust
2
Candy
29-32
1900
Stardust
2
Candy
33-36
2200
Stardust
2
Candy
37-40
2500
Stardust
2
Candy
41-44
3000
Stardust
3
Candy
45-48
3500
Stardust
3
Candy
49-52
4000
Stardust
3
Candy
53-56
4500
Stardust
3
Candy
57-60
5000
Stardust
3
Candy
61-64
6000
Stardust
4
Candy
65-68
7000
Stardust
4
Candy
69-72
8000
Stardust
4
Candy
73-76
9000
Stardust
4
Candy
77-80
10000
Stardust
4
Candy

What are Pokémon’s IVs?

Here is a full explanation of Pokémon’s IVs , via Reddit user Conan-The-Librarian.

Pokemon have 3 stats: Stamina, Attack, Defense. Each type of pokemon has different base values for these. You can look these up in charts because they never change.
For example, all Vaporeons have base stats of: 260 STA, 186 ATK, 168 DEF.

However, each Pokemon is also randomly assigned a 0-15 bonus to each of them. These bonuses are called IV’s (i.e. Individual Values, because they are values specific to each individual). They represent genetic variance, in that some pokemon are just genetically superior to others of the same type. A pokemon with a +15 bonus to all 3 stats (15/15/15) is considered 100% perfect. A pokemon’s IVs stay the same when you evolve it.

For example, when IVs are added, individual Vaporeons can have total stats ranging from: 260-275 STA, 186-201 ATK, 168-183 DEF. A perfect Vaporeon will have 275 STA, 201 ATK, 183 DEF.
Pokemon with higher stats will have higher CP (combat points, the number above their head in the game). This means that pokemon with higher IVs (and thus stats) will have higher CP than ones with lower IVs, even when they are the same level.

For example, a level 20 Vaporeon with the worst IVs (0/0/0) would have 1387 CP. But a level 20 Vaporeon with the best IVs (15/15/15) would have 1610 CP.
Note that a pokemon’s level is not shown in the game, but can be estimated by looking at how much Stardust it costs to power them up to the next level (higher levels require more startdust). The game also does not show you what your pokemons’ IVs are, so people use spreadsheets to estimate what their pokemons’ IVs are using equations. More ambitious players will set up proxies to intercept server data in order to know exactly what their pokemons’ IVs are.

People want to know what their pokemons’ IVs are because they don’t want to waste candy and stardust powering up pokemon with low IVs (and thus stats). They will wait until they find one with really good IVs, and then spend resources powering it up.

However, finding a pokemon with the right abilities (i.e. quick move and special move) is much more important than IVs. Ideally though, you want a pokemon that has both the best Quick/Special Moves and the best IVs.

That’s it on Pokemon Go Combat Point (CP) List, Pokemon Go CP Chart, Pokemon Go CP List, Pokemon Go CP Ranking or Pokemon Go Max CP. Do you know any other formula on how to calculate the max CP and max HP of each Pokemon in Pokemon GO? Share us in the comment box below!

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