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  1. Thank you. Now that my Hoenn guide is nearly complete, I think I'll start tackling the Kanto Elite Four.
  2. Additional Information I want to help. What can I do? Convince the mods to give me a Ditto with Imposter. Do I get more money for fighting one team as opposed to another? No. The money earned is the same no matter which team you face. What's the difference between a Pokémon with ??? for their item or ability as opposed to --- or an actual item or ability? --- means that the Pokémon doesn't have an item. A Pokémon with ??? for its Ability, item, or move has an unknown Ability, item, or move. Why do the Hidden Powers have (Type?) after them? When Eve transforms, she doesn't copy the opponent's hidden power. As such, I can't say for certain that an opponent's hidden power is a specific type. I can only say what it most likely is based on which of my Pokémon it's super effective against. Why do some Pokémon have different coloured names? It's a reminder to myself of which strategy to adapt for which team. You've made a mistake. (Pokémon) can't learn (move). Some Pokémon have moves that they shouldn't be able to learn according to their Gen 7 learnset on Bulbapedia. If I have a move listed it is because I've seen it or Eve has copied it. You've made a grammatical or spelling error. Thank you. Please tell me where it is so that I can fix it. I'm the type of person who corrects other people's grammar or spelling so I'd like this guide to be as error free as possible. Can't you just assume that a Pokémon has the same speed, Ability, or move across different teams for the same leader? I have observed that different teams from the same leader may have slightly different movesets, items, & abilities even if they have the same Pokémon. How long did it take to make this guide? I began this guide on March Something. What inspired you to make this? I farm the Elite Four for money & battle points. There weren't any guide that mentioned all their items, abilities, or moves, so I'm making one. I think it would be nice to one day have a team of players pooling their resources together to research things like exact encounter rates, Elite Four teams, and more. If you have all the tools you need then why post the guide before it's completed? It's easier to update as I go along than to keep all the information to myself and then post it. What was the most difficult part of making the guide? There are multiple teams with the same Pokémon and same item. It's frustrating not being able to tell them apart at a glance. The Pokémon don't even remain the same gender even if you're fighting the same team. Will there be a guide for other regions? I've already made a guide for Kanto gym leaders & Hoenn gym leaders. Do you still play PokéMMO? Yes. My IGN used to be Shadowthiefdark but now it's Redacted. Your team sucks. My team could easily defeat yours. Congratulations, (insert name here). You must be the pride and joy of (insert hometown here).
  3. Blue 1 Blue 2 Blue 3 Blue 4 Blue 5 Blue 6 Blue 7 Blue 8 Blue Pokémon
  4. Lance 1 Lance 2 Lance 3 Lance 4 Lance 5 Lance 6 Lance 7 Lance 8 Lance Pokémon
  5. Agatha 1 Agatha 2 Agatha 3 Agatha 4 Agatha 5 Agatha 6 Agatha 7 Agatha 8 Agatha Pokémon
  6. Bruno 1 Bruno 2 Bruno 3 Bruno 4 Bruno 5 Bruno 6 Bruno 7 Bruno 8 Bruno 9 Bruno 10 Bruno Pokémon
  7. Lorelei 1 Lorelei 2 Lorelei 3 Lorelei 4 Lorelei 5 Lorelei 6 Lorelei 7 Lorelei Pokémon
  8. Formatting Species (Level #) Models provided by Bulbapedia Ability: ??? Item: ??? HP, Atk, Def, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, Speed Damage based on health or deals a fixed amount, Damage based on Attack, Damage based on Special Attack, Non-damaging move All abilities, items, and moves have links to their respective Bulbapedia page. This is intended to make it easier for you to research. How the Data Was Collected Most people are just here for the data, so I'm putting the parts that are less important into spoilers. Fighters "How did you fight the Elite Four?" "What's the best team for the Elite Four?" "Is this a good Pokémon to use?" This team can defeat them nearly 100% of the time. Use your knowledge of basic match ups to decide who to throw into a fight. The Recon Team The Elite Four None of the Elite Four seem to remember what their types are since several teams only have one Pokémon of their type. The genders don't stay the same even if it's the same team, the order in which the Pokémon are kept in their Pokéballs changes, & several Pokémon share the same moves. Fighting one team doesn't mean you'll fight the same team across all leaders. That is to say, fighting Bruno 1 doesn't guarantee you'll fight Lance 1. With all that said, allow me to introduce the format for the Elite Four. Species (Level #) Gifs provided by Bulbapedia Ability: --- Item: --- Health, Ignore this, Ignore this, Ignore this Speed the Pokemon is faster than <Speed< Speed the Pokemon is slower than Damage based on health or deals a fixed amount, Damage based on Attack, Damage based on Special Attack, Non-damaging move I have no way of knowing the stats of an opponent without doing tedious calculations. All I can do is tell you whether they are faster than one of my own Pokemon or slower than another. Some Pokemon out-speed all of mine while others are so slow that I out-speed all of them. If I know the amount of Health the foe has, I'll list it. You can ignore the numbers that come after Health in that row. That's for me to remember which strategy to use. Safe for speed Safe for substitute Safe for strength Progress Scout all teams Scout all items Scout all moves Scout all abilities
  9. Additional Information Do I get more money for fighting one team as opposed to another? No. All gym leaders will give the exact same amount of Poké regardless of which of their teams you defeat. Different gym leaders, however, will give different amounts. What's the difference between a Pokémon with ??? for their item or ability as opposed to --- or an actual item or ability? --- means that the Pokémon doesn't have an item. A Pokémon with ??? for its Ability, item, or move has an unknown Ability, item, or move. Why do the Hidden Powers have (Type?) after them? When Eve transforms, she doesn't copy the opponent's hidden power. As such, I can't say for certain that an opponent's hidden power is a specific type. I can only say what it most likely is based on which of my Pokémon it's super effective against. Why do some gym leaders have different coloured names? Grey means I haven't documented that team yet. Red means I don't have the items recorded. Blue means I have the items recorded. Green means I have the moves and items recorded. Black means I have the moves, items, and abilities recorded. You've made a mistake. (Pokémon) can't learn (move). Some Pokémon have moves that they shouldn't be able to learn according to their Gen 7 learnset on Bulbapedia. If I have a move listed it is because I've seen it or Eve has copied it. You've made a grammatical or spelling error. Thank you. Please tell me where it is so that I can fix it. I'm the type of person who corrects other people's grammar or spelling so I'd like this guide to be as error free as possible. Can't you just assume that a Pokémon has the same speed, Ability, or move across different teams for the same leader? I have observed that different teams from the same leader may have slightly different moveset. This first became apparent when I realized that sometimes Brock's Steelix knows Explosion and sometimes it knows Aqua Tail. How long did it take to make this guide? I began this guide on February 24th. What inspired you to make this? I like the one I made for Kanto, so I decided to make one for Hoenn as well. I think it would be nice to one day have a team of players pooling their resources together to research things like exact encounter rates, Elite Four teams, and more. If you have all the tools you need then why post the guide before it's completed? It's easier to update as I go along than to keep all the information to myself and then post it. What was the most difficult part of making the guide? Once you know what to do, it's really simple. The only issue was waiting for the gym cooldowns to complete. The most difficult part of making the guide was finding something to watch while I copied the information over. I settled on whatever anime came out that day. It took me 40 minutes to record the moveset of Rampardos from Roxanne 3. She's so powerful that she knocks Eve out with any move, she never seems to miss, and the few times Eve outsped her with Quick Claw, she was fainted immediately afterwards ʘ‿ʘ I want to help. What can I do? Take a screenshot of an enemy Pokémon using a specific move or presenting a certain ability and send it to me. I'll add your name as a contributor at the top of the guide. Will there be a guide for other regions? I've already made one for Kanto. Will you make an Elite Four rematch guide? Yes. Do you still play PokéMMO? Yes. My IGN used to be Shadowthiefdark but now it's Redacted. Your team sucks. My team could easily defeat yours. Congratulations, (insert name here). You must be the pride and joy of (insert hometown here).
  10. The directions for Juan's gym Juan 1 Juan 2 Juan 3 Juan 4 Juan 5
  11. Tate and Liza 1 Tate and Liza 2 Tate and Liza 3 Tate and Liza 4 Tate and Liza 5
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