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==Hoenn Elite Four==
 
==Hoenn Elite Four==
The player must fight five difficult trainers, and it is suggested to use Pokémons from previous regions, as the leveling areas of [[Hoenn]] are not as good as those available in [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]]. Each trainer will fight with a full team of 6 Pokémons, and each will have one Mega evolved Pokémon.
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The player must fight five difficult trainers, and it is suggested to use Pokémons from previous regions, as the leveling areas of [[Hoenn]] are not as good as those available in [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]]. Each trainer will fight with a full team of 6 Pokémon.
  
 
The player will have to fight the five following trainers:
 
The player will have to fight the five following trainers:
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===Sidney===
 
===Sidney===
Sidney will be the first member of the Elite Four waiting for the player. Using a full [[Dark (type)|Psychic]] monotype team, he will be particularly vulnerable to [[Fighting (type)|Fighting]], [[Bug (type)|Bug]] and [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] types. [[Fighting (type)|Fighting]] Pokémons only have to watch out for [[Shiftry]]'s [[Hurricane]] and [[Bug (type)|Bug]] Pokémons only have [[Zoroark]]'s [[Flamethrower]] to watch out for, but [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] Pokémons are left completely unchecked. With the right Pokémons, he will not pose any challenge.
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Sidney will be the first member of the Elite Four waiting for the player. Using a full [[Dark (type)|Psychic]] monotype team, he will be particularly vulnerable to [[Fighting (type)|Fighting]], [[Bug (type)|Bug]] and [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] types. Both [[Fighting (type)|Fighting]] and [[Bug (type)|Bug]] type Pokémon have a few of his Pokemon to watch out for super effective moves, but [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] Pokémons are left completely unchecked. It is to note that his [[Absol]] will always deal powerful Critical hits, potentially taking down Pokémon who have relied on defensive buffs.
  
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Sidney|Theme=Dark|Lineup=
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Sidney|Theme=Dark|Lineup=
{{BossPokemon|Name=Mightyena|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Mightyena|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Intimidate|Item=Sitrus Berry|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Sucker Punch}}{{NPCMove|Roar}}{{NPCMove|Scary Face}}
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{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Play Rough}}{{NPCMove|Taunt}}{{NPCMove|Scary Face}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Shiftry|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Shiftry|Nature=Timid|Ability=Chlorophyll|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Dark Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Hurricane}}{{NPCMove|Energy Ball}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}
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{{NPCMove|Dark Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Energy Ball}}{{NPCMove|Hurricane}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Cacturne|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Zoroark|Nature=Timid|Ability=Illusion|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Focus Blast}}{{NPCMove|Sucker Punch}}{{NPCMove|Energy Ball}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}
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{{NPCMove|Night Daze}}{{NPCMove|Flamethrower}}{{NPCMove|Focus Blast}}{{NPCMove|Nasty Plot}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Sharpedo|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Cacturne|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Sand Veil|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Aqua Jet}}{{NPCMove|Skull Bash}}{{NPCMove|Ice Fang}}
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{{NPCMove|Seed Bomb}}{{NPCMove|Payback}}{{NPCMove|Revenge}}{{NPCMove|Swords Dance}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Absol|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Sharpedo|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Speed Boost|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Sucker Punch}}{{NPCMove|Swords Dance}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}{{NPCMove|Future Sight}}
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{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Liquidation}}{{NPCMove|Skull Bash}}{{NPCMove|Ice Fang}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Zoroark|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Absol|Nature=Jolly|Ability=Super Luck|Item=Scope Lens|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Flamethrower}}{{NPCMove|Focus Blast}}{{NPCMove|Night Slash}}{{NPCMove|Scary Face}}
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{{NPCMove|Night Slash}}{{NPCMove|Swords Dance}}{{NPCMove|Psycho Cut}}{{NPCMove|Slash}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
  
 
===Phoebe===
 
===Phoebe===
Phoebe is the [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] type trainer, and only has two Pokémons with secondary typing. [[Dark (type)|Dark]] and [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] moves will be very efficient against her. However, with over half of her Pokémons knowing [[Will-O-Wisp]], getting in physically could prove to be hard. Defensively, [[Dark (type)|Dark]] and [[Normal (type)|Normal]] type Pokémons will have an easy time, blocking all the [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] moves, especially since the only super effective move she has is [[Brick Break]] from [[Sableye]], which is a bit lacking in power.
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Phoebe is the [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] type trainer, and only has two Pokémons with secondary typing. [[Dark (type)|Dark]] and [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] moves will be very efficient against her. However, with over half of her Pokémons knowing [[Will-O-Wisp]], getting in physically could prove to be hard. Defensively, [[Dark (type)|Dark]] and [[Normal (type)|Normal]] type Pokémons will have an easy time, blocking all the [[Ghost (type)|Ghost]] moves, but they will have to be careful of her [[Dusknoir]]'s [[Brick Break]].
  
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Phoebe|Theme=Ghost|Lineup=
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Phoebe|Theme=Ghost|Lineup=
{{BossPokemon|Name=Dusclops|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Dusclops|Nature=Careful|Ability=Pressure|Moveset=
 
{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Ice Punch}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Sneak}}{{NPCMove|Hex}}
 
{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Ice Punch}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Sneak}}{{NPCMove|Hex}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Banette|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Banette|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Cursed Body|Item=Sitrus Berry|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Knock Off}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Sneak}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}
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{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Claw}}{{NPCMove|Knock Off}}{{NPCMove|Destiny Bond}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Sableye|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Sableye|Nature=Modest|Ability=Prankster|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Brick Break}}{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Knock Off}}
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{{NPCMove|Dark Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Calm Mind}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Chandelure|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Chandelure|Nature=Timid|Ability=Flame Body|Moveset=
 
{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}{{NPCMove|Pain Split}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}
 
{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}{{NPCMove|Pain Split}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Will-O-Wisp}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Dusknoir|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Mismagius|Nature=Modest|Ability=Levitate|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Ice Punch}}{{NPCMove|Pain Split}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Sneak}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Punch}}
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{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Thunderbolt}}{{NPCMove|Thunder Wave}}{{NPCMove|Mystical Fire}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Mismagius|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Dusknoir|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Pressure|Item=Leftovers|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Thunderbolt}}{{NPCMove|Thunder Wave}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Ominous Wind}}
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{{NPCMove|Shadow Punch}}{{NPCMove|Brick Break}}{{NPCMove|Pain Split}}{{NPCMove|Rock Slide}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
  
 
===Glacia===
 
===Glacia===
If the Hoenn Elite Four is challenged with a Hoenn team, her [[Ice (type)|Ice]] team may prove to be the hardest to face. With almost her entire team knowing [[Sheer Cold]], being lower level than her Pokémons can mean instant death at any time. [[Ice (type)|Ice]] being a very offensive type while having a very varied moveset amongst her Pokémons, playing defensively is going to be difficult, and as such it is recommended to go offensively with super effective moves. [[Fire (type)|Fire]] and [[Rock (type)|Rock]] Pokémons may however not be the most ideal types, due to the very large amount of super effective move she has against those types. It is to note that her [[Vanilluxe]] knows no directly offensive move. If there is a Pokémon that can set-up, this is the easiest place to do it.
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Glacia is the [[Ice (type)|Ice]] type Elite four, and the player will have to be ready to fight under the hail. Two of her Pokemon, [[Abomasnow]] and [[Vanilluxe]], have the ability [[Snow Warning]], and her Pokémon will make full use of it. [[Ice (type)|Ice]] being a very offensive type while having a very varied moveset amongst her Pokémon, playing defensively is going to be difficult, and as such it is recommended to go offensively with super effective moves. [[Fire (type)|Fire]] and [[Rock (type)|Rock]] Pokémons may however not be the most ideal types, due to the very large amount of super effective move she has against those types.
  
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Glacia|Theme=Ice|Lineup=
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Glacia|Theme=Ice|Lineup=
{{BossPokemon|Name=Glalie|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Abomasnow|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Snow Warning|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Ice Beam}}{{NPCMove|Sheer Cold}}{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}
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{{NPCMove|Wood Hammer}}{{NPCMove|Avalanche}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|Grass Whistle}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Froslass|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Froslass|Nature=Timid|Ability=Snow Cloak|Moveset=
 
{{NPCMove|Thunder Wave}}{{NPCMove|Blizzard}}{{NPCMove|Thunderbolt}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}
 
{{NPCMove|Thunder Wave}}{{NPCMove|Blizzard}}{{NPCMove|Thunderbolt}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Beartic|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Beartic|Nature=Jolly|Ability=Slush Rush|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Thrash}}{{NPCMove|Brick Break}}{{NPCMove|Sheer Cold}}{{NPCMove|Rock Slide}}
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{{NPCMove|Icicle Crash}}{{NPCMove|Brick Break}}{{NPCMove|Swords Dance}}{{NPCMove|Rock Slide}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Vanilluxe|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Vanilluxe|Nature=Modest|Ability=Snow Warning|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Mirror Coat}}{{NPCMove|Sheer Cold}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}{{NPCMove|Autotomize}}
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{{NPCMove|Blizzard}}{{NPCMove|Flash Cannon}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}{{NPCMove|Autotomize}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Walrein|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Glalie|Nature=Modest|Ability=Ice Body|Item=Sitrus Berry|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Blizzard}}{{NPCMove|Body Slam}}{{NPCMove|Surf}}{{NPCMove|Sheer Cold}}
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{{NPCMove|Freeze-Dry}}{{NPCMove|Dark Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Shadow Ball}}{{NPCMove|Signal Beam}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Abomasnow|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Walrein|Nature=Quiet|Ability=Thick Fat|Item=Leftovers|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Wood Hammer}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|Sheer Cold}}{{NPCMove|Grass Whistle}}
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{{NPCMove|Ice Beam}}{{NPCMove|Body Slam}}{{NPCMove|Surf}}{{NPCMove|Toxic}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
  
 
===Drake===
 
===Drake===
Just like his name implies, Drake is the [[Dragon (type)|Dragon]] type trainer, and unlike Lance, every of his Pokémon has the type. [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] Pokémons will thus have a significant advantage, at least until his last Pokémon, [[Dragalge]]. However, with three double weaknesses to [[Ice (type)|Ice]], any Pokémon that knows an [[Ice (type)|Ice]] move will also prove to be very useful in the battle, especially if they can outspeed his Pokémons. Without any direct counter Pokémon, the best option would instead be to set-up against his [[Altaria]], who will usually be attacking with the two-turn [[Sky Attack]], before tackling his very offensive team.
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Just like his name implies, Drake is the [[Dragon (type)|Dragon]] type trainer, and unlike Lance, every of his Pokémon has the type. [[Fairy (type)|Fairy]] Pokémons will thus have a significant advantage, at least until his [[Dragalge]]. However, with three double weaknesses to [[Ice (type)|Ice]], any Pokémon that knows an [[Ice (type)|Ice]] move will also prove to be very useful in the battle, especially if they can outspeed his Pokémon. Setting up against him might prove to be difficult, as his [[Altaria]] will attempt to disrupt set-ups with [[Sing]], and his other Pokémon all boast strong power.
  
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Drake|Theme=Dragon|Lineup=
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Drake|Theme=Dragon|Lineup=
{{BossPokemon|Name=Altaria|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Altaria|Nature=Timid|Ability=Cloud Nine|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Sky Attack}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Sing}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Dance}}
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{{NPCMove|Dragon Pulse}}{{NPCMove|Moonblast}}{{NPCMove|Sing}}{{NPCMove|Cotton Guard}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Flygon|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Flygon|Nature=Naive|Ability=Levitate|Item=Sitrus Berry|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Claw}}{{NPCMove|Sandstorm}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}
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{{NPCMove|Dragon Claw}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|Boomburst}}{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Kingdra|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Kingdra|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Sniper|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Waterfall}}{{NPCMove|Rain Dance}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Dance}}{{NPCMove|Outrage}}
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{{NPCMove|Waterfall}}{{NPCMove|Outrage}}{{NPCMove|Iron Head}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Dance}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Haxorus|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Haxorus|Nature=Jolly|Ability=Mold Breaker|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|Assurance}}{{NPCMove|Outrage}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Dance}}
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{{NPCMove|Outrage}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|X-Scissor}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Dance}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Salamence|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Dragalge|Nature=Modest|Ability=Poison Point|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}{{NPCMove|Dragon Claw}}{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}
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{{NPCMove|Toxic}}{{NPCMove|Sludge Bomb}}{{NPCMove|Thunder}}{{NPCMove|Hydro Pump}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Dragalge|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Salamence|Nature=Hasty|Ability=Intimidate|Item=Life Orb|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Toxic}}{{NPCMove|Thunder}}{{NPCMove|Hydro Pump}}{{NPCMove|Sludge Bomb}}
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{{NPCMove|Dragon Claw}}{{NPCMove|Crunch}}{{NPCMove|Earthquake}}{{NPCMove|Fire Blast}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
  
 
===Steven===
 
===Steven===
Steven may be a [[Steel (type)|Steel]] type specialist, but three of his Pokémons are lacking the type, instead being of the two other [[Sandstorm]]-resistant types [[Ground (type)|Ground]] and [[Rock (type)|Rock]]. That said, his team is very defensive, while mostly lacking in speed and offense, at least until his signature Pokémon Mega [[Metagross]]. That said, all of his Pokémon can increase their own stats, and can become very powerful if unlucky, particularly with [[Ancient Power]]. Ironically, [[Steel (type)|Steel]] type Pokémons resist the entirity of Steven's Pokémons with no normal effective without a secondary typing, and will make the battle very easy, especially if they can heal themselves and either set-up or remove stat changes with a move like [[Whirlwind]].  
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Steven may be a [[Steel (type)|Steel]] type specialist, but three of his Pokémon are lacking the type, instead being of the two other [[Sandstorm]]-resistant types [[Ground (type)|Ground]] and [[Rock (type)|Rock]]. That said, his team is very defensive, while mostly lacking in speed and offense, at least until his signature Pokémon [[Metagross]]. Most of his Pokémon can increase their own stats, and can become very powerful if unlucky. Ironically, [[Steel (type)|Steel]] type Pokémon resist the entirity of Steven's Pokémons up to his [[Metagross]], with no normal effective without a secondary typing, and will make the battle very easy, especially if they can heal themselves and either set-up or remove stat changes with a move like [[Whirlwind]].  
  
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Steven|Theme=Steel|Lineup=
 
{{BossNPCLineup|Boss=Steven|Theme=Steel|Lineup=
{{BossPokemon|Name=Skarmory|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Skarmory|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Sturdy|Item=Sitrus Berry|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Steel Wing}}{{NPCMove|Stealth Rock}}{{NPCMove|Whirlwind}}{{NPCMove|Roost}}
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{{NPCMove|Steel Wing}}{{NPCMove|Stealth Rock}}{{NPCMove|Whirlwind}}{{NPCMove|Drill Peck}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Claydol|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Claydol|Nature=Mild|Ability=Levitate|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Ancient Power}}{{NPCMove|Explosion}}{{NPCMove|Sandstorm}}{{NPCMove|Extrasensory}}
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{{NPCMove|Extrasensory}}{{NPCMove|Ancient Power}}{{NPCMove|Explosion}}{{NPCMove|Sandstorm}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Aggron|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Aggron|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Sturdy|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Autotomize}}{{NPCMove|Iron Head}}{{NPCMove|Iron Defense}}{{NPCMove|Double-Edge}}
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{{NPCMove|Autotomize}}{{NPCMove|Iron Head}}{{NPCMove|Iron Defense}}{{NPCMove|Stone Edge}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Cradily|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Cradily|Nature=Modest|Ability=Storm Drain|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Ancient Power}}{{NPCMove|Energy Ball}}{{NPCMove|Sludge Wave}}{{NPCMove|Stone Edge}}
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{{NPCMove|Ancient Power}}{{NPCMove|Energy Ball}}{{NPCMove|Sludge Wave}}{{NPCMove|Recover}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Armaldo|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Armaldo|Nature=Adamant|Ability=Battle Armor|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Ancient Power}}{{NPCMove|Rock Blast}}{{NPCMove|X-Scissor}}{{NPCMove|Crush Claw}}
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{{NPCMove|Rock Blast}}{{NPCMove|X-Scissor}}{{NPCMove|Crush Claw}}{{NPCMove|Liquidation}}
 
}}
 
}}
{{BossPokemon|Name=Metagross|Moveset=
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{{BossPokemon|Name=Metagross|Nature=Jolly|Ability=Clear Body|Item=Leftovers|Moveset=
{{NPCMove|Meteor Mash}}{{NPCMove|Zen Headbutt}}{{NPCMove|Scary Face}}{{NPCMove|Bullet Punch}}
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{{NPCMove|Meteor Mash}}{{NPCMove|Zen Headbutt}}{{NPCMove|Brick Break}}{{NPCMove|Rock Polish}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
}}

Latest revision as of 18:25, 9 November 2019

Hoenn Elite Four
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Location Pokémon League Hoenn
Champion Steven
Members
Sidney
Sidney
Phoebe
Phoebe
Glacia
Glacia
Drake
Drake

The Hoenn Elite Four is a quartet of prodigious trainers challengers must defeat before battling Steven, the champion. They are challengeable at the Pokémon League Hoenn upon acquiring all of Hoenn's badges.

Hoenn Elite Four

The player must fight five difficult trainers, and it is suggested to use Pokémons from previous regions, as the leveling areas of Hoenn are not as good as those available in Kanto and Johto. Each trainer will fight with a full team of 6 Pokémon.

The player will have to fight the five following trainers:

  • Sidney, a Dark type master.
  • Phoebe, a Ghost type master.
  • Glacia, an Ice type master.
  • Drake, a Dragon type master.
  • Steven, the Champion who uses Steel types.

Sidney

Sidney will be the first member of the Elite Four waiting for the player. Using a full Psychic monotype team, he will be particularly vulnerable to Fighting, Bug and Fairy types. Both Fighting and Bug type Pokémon have a few of his Pokemon to watch out for super effective moves, but Fairy Pokémons are left completely unchecked. It is to note that his Absol will always deal powerful Critical hits, potentially taking down Pokémon who have relied on defensive buffs.




Sidney's Lineup
Sidney.png
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Intimidate Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Chlorophyll None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Illusion None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Sand Veil None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Speed Boost None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Super Luck Scope Lens
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Phoebe

Phoebe is the Ghost type trainer, and only has two Pokémons with secondary typing. Dark and Ghost moves will be very efficient against her. However, with over half of her Pokémons knowing Will-O-Wisp, getting in physically could prove to be hard. Defensively, Dark and Normal type Pokémons will have an easy time, blocking all the Ghost moves, but they will have to be careful of her Dusknoir's Brick Break.




Phoebe's Lineup
Phoebe.png
NatureAbilityItem
Careful Pressure None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Cursed Body Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Prankster None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Flame Body None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Levitate None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Pressure Leftovers
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Glacia

Glacia is the Ice type Elite four, and the player will have to be ready to fight under the hail. Two of her Pokemon, Abomasnow and Vanilluxe, have the ability Snow Warning, and her Pokémon will make full use of it. Ice being a very offensive type while having a very varied moveset amongst her Pokémon, playing defensively is going to be difficult, and as such it is recommended to go offensively with super effective moves. Fire and Rock Pokémons may however not be the most ideal types, due to the very large amount of super effective move she has against those types.




Glacia's Lineup
Glacia.png
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Snow Warning None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Snow Cloak None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Slush Rush None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Snow Warning None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Ice Body Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Quiet Thick Fat Leftovers
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Drake

Just like his name implies, Drake is the Dragon type trainer, and unlike Lance, every of his Pokémon has the type. Fairy Pokémons will thus have a significant advantage, at least until his Dragalge. However, with three double weaknesses to Ice, any Pokémon that knows an Ice move will also prove to be very useful in the battle, especially if they can outspeed his Pokémon. Setting up against him might prove to be difficult, as his Altaria will attempt to disrupt set-ups with Sing, and his other Pokémon all boast strong power.




Drake's Lineup
Drake.png
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Cloud Nine None
NatureAbilityItem
Naive Levitate Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Sniper None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Mold Breaker None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Poison Point None
NatureAbilityItem
Hasty Intimidate 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.


Steven

Steven may be a Steel type specialist, but three of his Pokémon are lacking the type, instead being of the two other Sandstorm-resistant types Ground and Rock. That said, his team is very defensive, while mostly lacking in speed and offense, at least until his signature Pokémon Metagross. Most of his Pokémon can increase their own stats, and can become very powerful if unlucky. Ironically, Steel type Pokémon resist the entirity of Steven's Pokémons up to his Metagross, with no normal effective without a secondary typing, and will make the battle very easy, especially if they can heal themselves and either set-up or remove stat changes with a move like Whirlwind.




Steven's Lineup
Steven.png
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Sturdy Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Mild Levitate None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Sturdy None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Storm Drain None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Battle Armor None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Clear Body Leftovers
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.