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How To Encounter & Beat Strongest Coach Trainer Morimoto

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How To Encounter & Beat Strongest Coach Trainer Morimoto

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Read this Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee guide & walkthrough on how to encounter & beat Coach Trainer Morimoto, his Pokemon lineup, battle tips & weaknesses!

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How To Encounter Coach Trainer Morimoto

Be Pokemon League Champion

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In order to challenge Morimoto, you need to be the Pokemon League Champion & enter the Hall of Fame.

Find Morimoto at 3F Celadon Condominiums

Find Morimoto at 3F Celadon Condominiums

Coach Trainer Morimoto can be found at the top left corner of the office located on 3F Celadon Condominiums in Celadon City.

Reward For Beating Morimoto

Money5,400
ItemsPP Max (x10)

Morimoto's Pokemon Lineup

Morimoto's Pokemon List

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Kangaskhan IconKangaskhan (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Fighting
[Commonly Used Move]
- Sucker Punch
- Dizzy Punch
- Outrage
Jolteon IconJolteon (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Ground
[Commonly Used Move]
- Double Kick
- Thunder
- Shadow Ball
Flareon IconFlareon (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Water
- Ground
- Rock
[Commonly Used Move]
- Flare Blitz
- Superpower
Vaporeon IconVaporeon (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Electric
- Grass
[Commonly Used Move]
- Hydro Pump
- Blizzard
Dragonite IconDragonite (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Ice (x4)
- Rock
- Dragon
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Dragon Pulse
- Blizzard
Machamp IconMachamp (Lv.54)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Psychic
- Fairy
[Commonly Used Move]
- Superpower
- Earthquake

Morimoto's Pokemon Lineup Is Varied

Morimoto's Pokemon range covers Normal, Electric, Fire, Water, Dragon, Flying, and Fighting. If you use the same lineup you used to get into the Hall of Fame, there's little chance of you losing!

Recommended Pokemon vs. Morimoto

Mix Of Powerful Types

PokemonDescription
Mewtwo IconMewtwoMewtwo can learn a wide range of moves, especially via TM, and will be a powerful addition to your team.
Dragonite IconDragoniteDragon moves will be effective against the Dragonite. Thunder Punch and Aqua Jet will be effective against Vaporeon and Flareon respectively.
Charizard IconCharizardCharizard being also Flying Type is effective against Machamp since it's Earthquake attack will be ineffective.
Machamp IconMachampBring a Machamp to beat Kangaskhan which is weak to Fighting Type moves.
Golem IconGolemA Golem with a combination of Rock and Ground attacks will be effective against Jolteon, Flareon, and Dragonite.
Articuno IconArticunoArticuno's Ice attacks will be super effective against Dragonite while the Flying attacks will work well against Machamp.
Zapdos IconZapdosZapdos' powerful Electric attacks will make short work of Vaporeon while Flying attacks will be effective against Machamp.
Lapras IconLaprasLapras' Water moves can be used to take out Flareon while Ice moves will make short work of Dragonite.

Using Partner Pokemon

Partner Pokemon can be effective depending on moves they know when going into battle.

PokemonDescription
Pikachu IconPikachuPikachu can use its Electric moves against Vaporeon while Splishy Splash will work well against Flareon.
Eevee IconEeveeMake sure that Eevee knows Sparkly Swirl to use against Dragonite and Machamp. Buzzy Buzz to use against Vaporeon, and Bouncy Bubble to counter Flareon.

Level Up All Pokemon Before Facing Morimoto

Morimoto's claim of being the Strongest Coach Trainer is no joke! Make sure that your Pokemon's level is at par with his before challenging him!

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Morimoto - Trainer Overview

About Coach Trainer Morimoto

About Coach Trainer Morimoto

Morimoto is based on Shigeki Morimoto, a veteran game designer in Game Freak and the creator of Mew! He first appeared as an NPC Trainer in Black and White and again in Sun and Moon.

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