Pokémon Go Legendary configurations have been updated to bring Suicune to North America. Niantic confirmed the change in a tweet Tuesday afternoon. Here’s everything you should know about this dog, including what monsters make for the best Raid Battle.

Suicune is a water-type Legendary with a moveset that includes Hydropump, Bubble Beam and Water Pulse. Similar to its fellow Legendary dogs, it’s got a max CP of 2823 and a catch rate of about 2 percent. In other words, this monster may be a little difficult to catch in an individual raid, but, because spawns will be increased over the next few weeks, trainers will have plenty of chances to get it right. If you’ve got some Great Balls at your disposal, now would be a pretty solid time to use them.

With Suicune being a water type, it’s fairly easy to conclude that your best grass and electric-type party members are going to be the ideal weapons for getting the job done. If you’ve been committed to Pokémon Go since the rotation began in September, you likely have a Raikou or Zapdos with the right thunder-based attacks to do massive damage. If that’s not the case, Jolteon or even Dragonite make pretty solid companions to take into battle. Working from the grass perspective, Venusaur and Exeggutor are pretty solid choices too. Because Suicune is the last member of the trio, you have many possible weaknesses to exploit.

 It’s worth noting that Legendaries have swapped for players outside the U.S. as well. The electric Raikou will now be hanging out around Europe, and the fire-based Entei will finally make its way to the Asia-Pacific region. Just use the opposite Legendary of the rock-paper-scissors formula and victory should be yours.

Like all prior Legendaries, these are exclusive to cooperative Raids involving several players at once. Raid Passes are necessary to take part in the action, and they’re available for free by stopping at local Gyms.

What will be interesting to watch is what will happen to these Legendary dogs once the month is over. The Legendary birds disappeared from the game a few months back, but they’ll be reappearing at an event in South Korea later this month. Once their time has passed, will all Legendary spawns remain event exclusives? It certainly seems that way. With that in mind, we encourage trainers to seek out their nearest gyms for the best chance to find a Suicune.

While you’re hunting, it couldn’t hurt to keep an eye out for the Gen 3 Pokémon from the Halloween Event too. Those festivities are about to wrap up, so if you were hoping to catch a Sableye, Shuppet or one of their shinies, the prime window for that is closing as well.

Pokémon Go is available now on Android and iOS. Legendaries will be active through Nov. 30 and the Halloween Event ends Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. EDT.

Were you able to catch a Suicune during the final Legendary rotation? Which monster is missing from your Pokédex? Tell us in the comments section!