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Indigo Plateau Storyline Walkthrough & Guide

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Indigo Plateau Storyline Walkthrough & Guide

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Check out this guide for a full storyline walkthrough up to the Elite Four and Pokemon League Champion in Indigo Plateau of Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee, including gameplay tips, guides, & more!

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Preparing To Fight Elite Four

Continuous Battle With No Swapping Pokemon

Elite Four

Keep in mind that battling the Elite Four and the Pokemon League Champion means you can't swap your Pokemon in between battles. You have to have one roster effective for all of them.

Check Out How To Beat Elite Four!

Stock Up On Potions & Recovery Items

Stock up on potions and recovery items to heal your Pokemon after every battle. This will help you keep your Pokemon's health up during this long fight.

Battle Lorelei In Indigo Plateau

Battle Lorelei In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart

Battle Lorelei In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart
No.Procedure
1After exiting Victory Road, head to Indigo Plateau
2Move onto the first room to meet with Lorelei
3Battle and defeat Lorelei to move on to the next room

3. Lorelei Specializes in Ice Type Pokemon

Lorelei's roster will house mostly Ice Type Pokemon. It's best to bring Electric, Grass, and Ghost Type Pokemon in your first battle with the Elite Four.

Check Out How To Beat Lorelei!

Lorelei's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Dewgong IconDewgong (Lv.51)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Waterfull
- Take Down
Jynx IconJynx (Lv.51)[Weakness]
- Fire
- Bug
- Rock
- Ghost
- Dark
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Psychic
- Blizzard
Cloyster IconCloyster (Lv.51)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Tackle
- Water Gun
Slwobro IconSlowbro (Lv.51)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Bug
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Surf
- Psychic
Lapras IconLapras (Lv.52)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Surf
- Dragon Pulse

Battle Bruno In Indigo Plateau

Battle Bruno In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart

Battle Bruno In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart
No.Procedure
1After defeating Lorelei, head onto the 2nd room
2Meet & confront Bruno - the 2nd Elite Four champion
3Battle and defeat Bruno to move on to the next room

3. Bruno Is Master Of Fighting Type Pokemon

Bruno will deal Fighting Type damage to your Pokemon. Counter his attacks with Water, Grass, or Psychic Type Pokemon & their corresponding moves.

Check Out How To Beat Bruno!

Bruno's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Onix IconOnix (Lv.52)[Weakness]
- Grass (x4)
- Water (x4)
- Ice
- Fighting
- Ground
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Iron Tail
- Earthquake
Hitmonchan IconHitmonchan (Lv.52)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Mega Punch
- Counter
Hitmonlee IconHitmonlee (Lv.52)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- High Jump Kick
- Mega Kick
Poliwrath IconPoliwrath (Lv.52)[Weakness]
- Grass
- Electric
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Superpower
- Water Gun
Machamp IconMachamp (Lv.53)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Superpower
- Submission

Battle Agatha In Indigo Plateau

Battle Agatha In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart

Battle Agatha In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart
No.Procedure
1After defeating Bruno, head onto the 3rd room
2Meet & confront Agatha - the 3rd Elite Four champion
3Battle and defeat Agatha to move on to the next room

3. Agatha Uses Ghost Pokemon

You'll fight spooky Ghost Pokemon when you confront Agatha - the 3rd Elite Four champion you face. Use fellow Ghost, Ground Types or Psychic Pokemon to combat her Pokemon's moves.

Check Out How To Beat Agatha

Agatha's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Arbok IconArbok (Lv.53)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Toxic
- Glare
Gengar IconGengar (Lv.53)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Dark Pulse
- Shadow Ball
Golbat IconGolbat (Lv.53)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Psychic
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Toxic
Weezing IconWeezing (Lv.53)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Sludge Bomb
- Explosion
Gengar IconGengar (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Dark Pulse
- Shadow Ball

Battle Lance In Indigo Plateau

Battle Lance In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart

Battle Lance In Indigo Plateau - Walkthrough Chart
No.Procedure
1After defeating Agatha, head onto the 4th room
2Meet & confront Lance - the final Elite Four champion
3Battle and defeat Lance to gain access to the Champion's Room

3. Battle Through Lance's Dragon Type Pokemon

Lance's lineup of Pokemon are all intimidating Dragon Types. Most of them are weak against Electric & Ice Type attacks so be sure to bring have these types of Pokemon in your fight against him.

Lance's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Seadra IconSeadra (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
[Commonly Used Move]
- Water Gun
- Hydro Pump
Aerodactyl IconAerodactyl (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Water
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Wing Attack
- Hyper Beam
Gyarados IconGyarados (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Electric (x4)
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Hydro Pump
- Hyper Beam
Charizard IconCharizard (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Rock (x4)
- Water
- Electric
[Commonly Used Move]
- Fire Spin
- Flamethrower
Dragonite IconDragonite (Lv.55)[Weakness]
- Ice (x4)
- Rock
- Dragon
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Blizzard
- Fire Blast
- Hyper Beam

Battle Your Rival In Champion's Room

Battle Your Rival In Champion's Room - Walkthrough Chart

No.Procedure
1After finally defeating the Elite Four, head onto the last room in the Indigo Plateau
2Meet & confront your Rival - the Pokemon League Champion
3Battle and defeat your Rival be Pokemon League Champion & get into the Hall of Fame

3. Your Rival Uses All Types Of Pokemon

Your Rival will have almost all types of Pokemon in his list - Grass, Flying, Water, Fighting, Electric, & Fire. Prepare yourself with Pokemon that counters each of your Rival's in order to win against him.

Check Out How To Beat Your Rival (Champion)!

3. Your Rival's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Pidgeot IconPidgeot (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Heat Wave
Pidgeot IconMega Pidgeot (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Heat Wave
Vileplume IconVileplume (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Fire
- Ice
- Flying
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Solarbeam
- Reflect
- Sludge Bomb
Marowak IconMarowak (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Water
- Grass
- Ice
[Commonly Used Move]
- Fire Punch
- Bonemerang
- Brick Break
Rapidash IconRapidash (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Water
- Ground
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Flare Blitz
- Quick Attack
- Poison Jab
Slowbro IconSlowbro (Lv.56)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Bug
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Confusion
- Surf
- Light Screen
Jolteon IconJolteon (Lv.57) [Pikachu Ver.][Weakness]
- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Pin Missile
Raichu IconRaichu (Lv.57) [Eevee Ver.][Weakness]
- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Iron Tail

Head Back To Pallet Town & Cerulean City

Head Back To Pallet Town & Cerulean City - Walkthrough Chart

No.Procedure
1After becoming Pokemon League Champion, you'll be back at Pallet Town
2From your room, go down the stairs and your Rival will meet you in your house
3Listen to your Rival about strong Pokemon you can catch
4When you exit your house, a boy will tell you about availability of Master Trainers

Now Access Cerulean Cave & Capture Mewtwo

Pokemon Let

After becoming Pokemon League Champion, the ban to visit Cerulean Cave is now lifted and you can go there to find & capture Mewtwo!

Check Out How To Capture Mewtwo!

Charizard, Aerodactly, & Dragonite Can Now Fly Higher

Charizard, Aerodactly, & Dragonite Can Now Fly Higher

In this part of the game, your Charizard, Aerodactyl, and Dragonite (if you have any) will be able to fly higher, above buildings and fences, when you ride them.

Check Out Which Pokemon Can You Ride?

Master Trainers Now Available

Master Trainers Now Available

You can now find Master Trainers around the Kanto Region. Battle them with the Pokemon they're masters of to gain the title for yourself!

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