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The Johto Elite Four is a quartet of prodigious trainers challengers must defeat before battling Steven, the champion. They are challengeable at the [[Indigo Plateau]] upon acquiring all of [[Johto]]'s [[Gyms|badges]].
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==Johto Elite Four==
 
==Johto Elite Four==
The Johto Elite Four can be fought in the west building of [[Indigo Plateau]]. The player must fight five difficult trainers, and it is suggested to bring a party of level 90 Pokémons to succeed the challenge without spending too much money on healing items. This time, 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 bring a party of level 90 Pokémons to succeed the challenge without spending too much money on healing items. This time, each trainer will fight with a full team of 6 Pokémons, and each will have one Mega evolved Pokémon
  
 
The player will have to fight the five following trainers:
 
The player will have to fight the five following trainers:

Latest revision as of 22:38, 7 November 2019

Johto Elite Four
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Location Indigo Plateau
Champion Lance
Members
Will
Will
Koga
Koga
Bruno
Bruno
Karen
Karen

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

Johto Elite Four

The player must fight five difficult trainers, and it is suggested to bring a party of level 90 Pokémons to succeed the challenge without spending too much money on healing items. This time, each trainer will fight with a full team of 6 Pokémons, and each will have one Mega evolved Pokémon

The player will have to fight the five following trainers:

  • Will, a Psychic type master.
  • Koga, a Poison type master.
  • Bruno, a Fighting type master.
  • Karen, a Dark type master.
  • Lance, the Champion who uses Dragon types.

Will

Will will be the first member of the Elite Four waiting for the player. Using a full Psychic monotype team, he will be vulnerable to Dark, Bug and especially Ghost types. However, his large type coverage leaves no Pokémon unchecked. Most Pokémon will attack with Special moves, as such a Pokémon with high Special Defense is a good choice to consider. Else, the wisest choice would be to aim for a one-shot KO on all of his Pokemons. Be careful of his Xatu though, as its combination of Assault Vest and Magic Bounce will make it hard to take down without physical attacks.




Will's Lineup
Will.png
NatureAbilityItem
Sassy Levitate Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Dry Skin None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Thick Fat None
NatureAbilityItem
Quiet Own Tempo None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Trace None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Magic Bounce Assault Vest
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Koga

Koga, the original Poison type leader of the Kanto region, makes his first appearance in Pokemon Revolution as a member of the Elite Four. Every of his Pokémons know a Poison type move, as such there is always a chance of getting Poisoned. Blocking these attacks with the Steel type is not a very good idea, as most of his Pokémons know a move to counter this type. However, using a Poison type Pokémon seems a good idea with only one Pokémon having a counter to it. Furthermore, that counter being Earthquake, it can be outplayed with Levitate. In particular, Weezing will take no super effective from any of his Pokémon. Be careful of its Crobat though, as it will come out with a powerful boosted Acrobatics!




Koga's Lineup
Koga.png
NatureAbilityItem
Lonely Aftermath None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Tinted Lens None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Dry Skin None
NatureAbilityItem
Quiet Liquid Ooze None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Poison Touch Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Naughty Infiltrator Flying Gem
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Bruno

Bruno, the Fighting type specialist of Kanto's Elite Four, returns again in Johto's Elite Four. However, this time he brings no Onix with him. While he focuses on physical attacks again, his Lucario will catch physical walls off-guard with his powerful special attacks. He also has improved from Kanto and will now be able to fight against Ghost Pokémons more easily, with 4 of his Pokémons knowing a Dark type move and the others having at least something normal effective. He also has a few countermeasures against the other types that resist Fighting.




Bruno's Lineup
Bruno.png
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Technician Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Reckless None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Iron Fist None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Thick Fat None
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Steadfast None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant No Guard Assault Vest
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


Karen

Karen will fight the player with her Dark monotype team. Targetting her weaknesses might be difficult, as for each of Dark's weaknesses, she has at least 2 Pokémon able to counter that type. Furthermore, she has many tricks to counter trainers trying to set-up on her, such as Punishment, Taunt and Foul Play. It is to note however that only her Houndoom is capable of special attacks, making physical walls a good idea to bring into the battle.




Karen's Lineup
Karen.png
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Pickpocket None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Super Luck None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Pressure None
NatureAbilityItem
Modest Flash Fire Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Moxie None
NatureAbilityItem
Naughty Synchronize 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.


Lance

Just like Bruno, the Dragon user Lance returns, but this time standing on the Champion throne. His team will also be more worthy of his type than last time, now having only two Pokémons that are not Dragon, as well as all of his Pokémons knowing either Outrage or Dragon Pulse. Fortunately, he knows no move to counter his main nemesis, the Fairy type. Furthermore, his last 4 Pokémon all know Earthquake and are double weak to Ice. Once his Charizard and Gyarados are out of the scene, his rest will ultimately fall in front of a Pokémon with Levitate such as Weezing, or will fall quickly if a fast enough Pokémon brings any Ice type move.




Lance's Lineup
Lance.png
NatureAbilityItem
Timid Blaze None
NatureAbilityItem
Jolly Moxie Sitrus Berry
NatureAbilityItem
Naive Rough Skin None
NatureAbilityItem
Hasty Cloud Nine None
NatureAbilityItem
Naive Intimidate None
NatureAbilityItem
Adamant Multiscale Lum Berry
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.