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Challenge Elite Four & Champion Again - Rematch Guide & Tips

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Challenge Elite Four & Champion Again - Rematch Guide & Tips

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Rematch & re-battle the Elite Four & the former Pokemon League Champion (Rival)! Get tips and guides on how to beat Lorelei, Bruno, Agatha, Lance & the Champion (Rival) again!

Elite Four

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After Beating Elite Four & Champion

Opponents' Pokemon Have +10 Levels

Elite Four Champion Rematch

When you face off with the Elite Four & former Pokemon League Champion, their Pokemon are stronger. Their levels are higher by 10.

Elite Four Will Have Alolan Pokemon

Elite Four Champion Rematch

Lorelei, Bruno, Agatha, and Lance will each have Alolan versions of their specialized Type. Since these Pokemon have different stats from their regular version, it's best to check them before fighting!

Check Out Alolan Pokemon Here!

Former Champion (Rival)'s Has Same Pokemon

Elite Four Champion Rematch

You'll battle the former Pokemon League Champion or your Rival and face the same lineup of Pokemon, just with +10 level. Note that Pidgeot will still Mega Evolve in this fight.

Fight Red & Green Again After Defeating Pokemon League

You can challenge Red & Green again after defeating the Pokemon League again. You can cycle this and farm money this way!

Red & Green Battle Walkthrough & Guides:

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How To Encounter & Beat Greenvs. GreenHow To Encounter & Beat Redvs. Red
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How to Beat Lorelei

How to Beat Lorelei

Lorelei's roster of Ice Type Pokemon is stronger now! She also has an Alola Sandslash in her arsenal!

Check Out How To Beat Lorelei!

Lorelei's Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Dewgong IconDewgong (Lv.61)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Ice Beam
- Take Down
Jynx IconJynx (Lv.61)[Weakness]
- Fire
- Bug
- Rock
- Ghost
- Dark
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Psychic
- Blizzard
Cloyster IconCloyster (Lv.61)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Tackle
- Water Gun
Slwobro IconSlowbro (Lv.61)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Bug
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Amnesia
- Psychic
Lapras IconLapras (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Fighting
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Blizzard
- Dragon Pulse
Alola Sandslash IconAlola Sandslash (Lv.61)[Weakness]
- Fire (x4)
- Fighting (x4)

- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Bide
- Ice Shard

Level Up Your Electric, Grass Type Pokemon

Lorelei's Ice Types will still be weak against Electric and/or Grass Types. Use this knowledge to train these specific Pokemon when you're ready to face her.

Use Ghost Type Moves On Jynx

Jynx is the only Pokemon in Lorelei's roster that isn't affected by Electric or Grass Type moves. Use a Ghost Pokemon to easily take it down.

Bring Fire/Fighting Type For Alola Sandslash

Elite Four Champion Rematch

The Alola Sandslash can easily be taken care of via a strong Fire or Fighting Pokemon as it suffers x4 damage to these Types.

How to Beat Bruno

How to Beat Bruno

Bruno's Pokemon will gain 10 more levels and he adds an Alola Golem into his party!

Check Out How To Beat Bruno!

Bruno's Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Onix IconOnix (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Grass (x4)
- Water (x4)
- Ice
- Fighting
- Ground
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Iron Tail
- Double-Edge
Hitmonchan IconHitmonchan (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Mega Punch
- Counter
Hitmonlee IconHitmonlee (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- High Jump Kick
- Mega Kick
Poliwrath IconPoliwrath (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Grass
- Electric
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Superpower
- Water Gun
Machamp IconMachamp (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Superpower
- Submission
Alola Golem IconAlola Golem (Lv.62)[Weakness]
- Ground (x4)
- Water
- Grass
- Fighting
[Commonly Used Move]
- Explosion
- Double-Edge

Take On Bruno With Water And Psychic Pokemon

Take On Bruno With Water And Psychic Pokemon

Bruno's lineup consists of Fighting Type Pokemon. Bring Water and Psychic Pokemon during your battle and you'll overcome him easily.

Take Down Alola Golem With Ground Pokemon

Elite Four Champion Rematch

Bruno's Alola Golem will be 4x weaker to Ground Pokemon. Have a leveled up one in this Type to quickly take it down.

How to Beat Agatha

How to Beat Agatha

Agatha's Ghost Pokemon will be 10 levels higher and she'll also have an Alolan Marowak in her lineup.

Check Out How To Beat Agatha!

Agatha's Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Arbok IconArbok (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Toxic
- Glare
Gengar IconGengar (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Dark Pulse
- Shadow Ball
Golbat IconGolbat (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Psychic
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Toxic
Weezing IconWeezing (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Sludge Bomb
- Explosion
Gengar IconGengar (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Dark Pulse
- Shadow Ball
Alola Marowak IconAlola Marowak (Lv.63)[Weakness]
- Water
- Ground
- Rock
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thrash
- Double-Edge

Beat Agatha With Psychic / Ground Type Moves

Pokemon with powerful Psychic and Ground Type moves & techniques will be extremely effective against Agatha's Ghost Types.

Beat Alola Marowak With Water / Ground Attacks

Elite Four Champion Rematch

Agatha's Alola Marowak is weak to Water, Ground, Ghost, and Dark Type moves. Make sure your Pokemon is one of these Types or has a move like this before facing this Pokemon!

How to Beat Lance

How to Beat Lance

Lance will be the last Elite Four Champion you need to beat to get to the Pokemon League Champion. He has a roster full of Dragon Type Pokemon.

Check Out How To Beat Lance!

Lance's Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Seadra IconSeadra (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
[Commonly Used Move]
- Water Gun
- Hydro Pump
Aerodactyl IconAerodactyl (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Water
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Wing Attack
- Hyper Beam
Gyarados IconGyarados (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Electric (x4)
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Hydro Pump
- Hyper Beam
Charizard IconCharizard (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Rock (x4)
- Water
- Electric
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Flamethrower
Mega Charizard X IconMega Charizard X (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Rock
- Dragon
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Flamethrower
Dragonite IconDragonite (Lv.55)[Weakness]
- Ice (x4)
- Rock
- Dragon
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Blizzard
- Fire Blast
- Hyper Beam
Alola Exeggutor IconAlola Exeggutor (Lv.64)[Weakness]
- Ice (x4)
- Poison
- Flying
- Bug
- Dragon
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Confusion
- Barrage

Bring Electric & Ice Pokemon To Defeat Lance

Lance's Dragon Type Pokemon are weak to Electric or Ice Type moves. Be sure to train and bring these types of Pokemon to this battle!

Charizard Will Evolve To Mega Charizard X

Elite Four Champion Rematch Guide

In this battle, Lance's Charizard will evolve into Mega Charizard X. Bring a strong Rock Pokemon to combat Mega Charizard's higher stats!

Bring Down Alola Exeggutor With Ice Moves

Elite Four Champion Rematch Guide

Lance's Exeggutor is 4 times weaker to Ice Type damage. A powerful Ice Pokemon will be able to take it down fast.

How to Beat Champion (Rival)

Elite Four & Champion Guide - Tips and How to Beat

The Pokemon League Champion is your Rival, your next door neighbor from Pallet Town. He has various strong Pokemon from different Types.

Check Out How To Champion (Rival)!

Champion (Rival)'s Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Pidgeot IconPidgeot (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Heat Wave
Pidgeot IconMega Pidgeot (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Ice
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Air Slash
- Heat Wave
Vileplume IconVileplume (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Fire
- Ice
- Flying
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Solarbeam
- Reflect
- Sludge Bomb
Marowak IconMarowak (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Water
- Grass
- Ice
[Commonly Used Move]
- Fire Punch
- Bonemerang
- Brick Break
Rapidash IconRapidash (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Water
- Ground
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Flare Blitz
- Quick Attack
- Poison Jab
Slowbro IconSlowbro (Lv.66)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
- Bug
- Ghost
- Dark
[Commonly Used Move]
- Confusion
- Surf
- Light Screen
Jolteon IconJolteon (Lv.67) [Pikachu Ver.][Weakness]
- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Pin Missile
Raichu IconRaichu (Lv.67) [Eevee Ver.][Weakness]
- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Thunder
- Iron Tail

Party With All Types Of Pokemon

When facing the Champion or your Rival, you'll combat his line-up of diverse Pokemon. His party consists of Flying, Grass, Fire, Water, Ground, and Electric Types.

Beware of Pidgeot's Mega Evolution

Pidgeot Mega Evolution

Pidgeot, the Champion's first batter will have the ability to Mega Evolve during this battle. The Mega Pidgeot will be extremely agile, and most likely take the first strike unless your Pokemon is highly levelled. Try placing a tanky Pokemon as your first in line.

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