Tapu Fini possesses the Misty Surge Ability, which activates Misty Terrain upon entering the field, halving the damage taken from Dragon type moves used on grounded Pokémon, as well as preventing Pokémon from being afflicted with status conditions. Its Hidden Ability is Telepathy, which allows it to avoid moves used by an ally Pokémon.
Tapu Fini does not evolve and does not have a pre-evolved form.
Tapu Fini is in the Undiscovered Egg Group. It takes Tapu Fini 1,250,000 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Tapu Fini is yet to appear in a spin-off game.
Trading Card Game
Tapu Fini is yet to appear in the Trading Card Game.
Tapu Fini is yet to appear in the anime.
Tapu Fini is yet to appear in the movies.
Tapu Fini is yet to appear in the manga.
Tapu Fini is in the Overused (OU) tier of competitive battling. With a great defensive typing in Water/Fairy and solid natural bulk, it can check the likes of Ash-Greninja and Keldeo, as well as a decent number of Dragon-, Water-, Fire-, and Dark-types. Misty Surge is a terrific utility ability, setting up Misty Terrain and preventing itself and its teammates from being statused. Tapu Fini's support movepool is quite varied, with moves like Nature's Madness, Defog, Taunt, and Calm Mind in its arsenal. The most common Tapu Fini set is a defensive oriented utility set, but it can also pull off a Calm Mind set, which gives it some versatility to work with. However, Tapu Fini does have some glaring weaknesses in Grass and Electric. As a Defog user, it struggles with certain common entry hazard setters like Greninja and Ferrothorn. Tapu Fini has rather lackluster offensive prowess, and while Nature's Madness can help wear down foes, it doesn't work quite as well against Regenerator users like Tangrowth, Amoonguss, and Toxapex. Tapu Fini is not a good switch-in to Knock Off despite resisting it as it has no form of reliable recovery outside of Leftovers. In general, Tapu Fini is prone to being worn down by entry hazards and continuous attacks.