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Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu Let's Go Eevee Elite Four

Our Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee Elite Four guide gives you all the information and strategy tips you need to defeat all 5 Elite Four members and Champion in the Kanto region. It includes detailed information on the Elite Four member's team and strategy on how to defeat them. If you're looking for information on how to reach the Pokemon League in Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, check out our Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee Walkthrough.

Let's Go Pikachu Eevee Elite Four

Elite Four #1 - Lorelei

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Elite Four: Lorelei
Type Ice

#1 Dewgong

Dewgong

Type: Water Ice
Lv: 51
Moves:
Aqua Jet Water
Ice Shard Ice
Waterfall Water

#2 Jynx

Jynx

Type: IcePsychic
Lv: 51
Moves:
Lovely Kiss Normal
Blizzard Ice
Psychic Psychic

#3 Cloyster

Cloyster

Type: Water Ice
Lv: 51
Moves:
Ice Beam Ice
Spike Cannon Normal
Hydro Pump Water

#4 Slowbro

Slowbro

Type: Water Psychic
Lv: 51
Moves:
Psychic Psychic
Surf Water
Flamethrower Fire

#5 Lapras

Lapras

Type: Water Ice
Lv: 52
Moves:
Hydro Pump Water
Blizzard Ice
Dragon Pulse Dragon

Strategy

Lorelei is the first of the four Elite Four members. She specializes in Ice types, but all of her Pokemon are some combination of Ice, Water, and Psychic. A strong Electric type is a safe bet, as you'll be safe from any of Lorelei's moves and be super effective against all her Pokemon except Jynx. Rock type moves are also super effective, but don't use a Rock type against any of her part Water Pokemon.

Elite Four #2 - Bruno

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Elite Four: Bruno
Type Fighting

#1 Onix

Onix

Type: Rock Ground
Lv: 52
Moves:
Iron Tail Steel
Stealth Rock Rock
Earthquake Ground

#2 Hitmonlee

Hitmonlee

Type: Fighting
Lv: 52
Moves:
Brick Break Fighting
Feint Normal
Rock Slide Rock

#3 Hitmonchan

Hitmonchan

Type: Fighting
Lv: 52
Moves:
Ice Punch Ice
Thunder Punch Electric
Fire Punch Fire

#4 Poliwrath

Poliwrath

Type: Water Fighting
Lv: 52
Moves:
Superpower Fighting
Waterfall Water
Body Slam Normal

#5 Machamp

Machamp

Type: Fighting
Lv: 53
Moves:
Earthquake Ground
Superpower Fighting
Rock Slide Rock

Strategy

Bruno uses Fighting type Pokemon, except Onix, who is a Rock/Ground type. This makes the battle very straightforward, simply use a Psychic or Fairy type. Alakazam is always a great choice, known for being especially powerful in the Kanto region. The main thing to be weary of is Earthquake from a few of his Pokemon, which can do some massive damage.

Elite Four #3 - Agatha

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Elite Four: Agatha
Type Ghost

#1 Arbok

Arbok

Type: Poison
Lv: 53
Moves:
Glare Normal
Crunch Dark
Poison Jab Poison

#2 Gengar

Gengar

Type: Ghost Poison
Lv: 53
Moves:
Will-O-Wisp Fire
Shadow Ball Ghost
Sludge Bomb Poison

#3 Golbat

Golbat

Type: Poison Flying
Lv: 53
Moves:
Air Slash Flying
Crunch Dark
Quick Attack Normal

#4 Weezing

Weezing

Type: Poison
Lv: 53
Moves:
Sludge Bomb Poison
Shadow Ball Ghost
Thunderbolt Electric

#5 Gengar

Gengar

Type: Ghost Poison
Lv: 54
Moves:
Dazzling Gleam Fairy
Shadow Ball Ghost
Sludge Bomb Poison

Strategy

Agatha is supposed to be the Ghost type Elite Four member, but the serious lack of Ghost types in Kanto mean that her only Ghost types are two Gengars. However, all of her Pokemon are at least partially Poison type, which is the main consideration for this battle. A lot of her Pokemon do know Ghost type moves, so it's probably still best to not use a Psychic type here. Ground is the clear choice, you'll have the type advantage against her entire team.

Elite Four #4 - Lance

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Elite Four: Lance
Type Dragon

#1 Seadra

Seadra

Type: Water
Lv: 54
Moves:
Hydro Pump Water
Dragon Pulse Dragon
Hyper Beam Normal

#2 Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl

Type: Rock Flying
Lv: 54
Moves:
Rock Slide Rock
Earthquake Ground
Hyper Beam Normal

#3 Gyarados

Gyarados

Type: Water Flying
Lv: 54
Moves:
Waterfall Water
Iron Tail Steel
Hyper Beam Normal

#4 Charizard

Charizard

Type: Fire Flying
Lv: 54
Moves:
Air Slash Flying
Dragon Pulse Dragon
Hyper Beam Normal

#5 Dragonite

Dragonite

Type: Dragon Flying
Lv: 55
Moves:
Outrage Dragon
Fire Punch Fire
Hyper Beam Normal

Strategy

Lance is considered to be a Dragon type master, despite only having one Dragon pokemon, Dragonite. Instead, most of his Pokemon physically resemble dragons. This means that they are almost all Flying type, something that you can use to your advantage. Electric type is the clear choice here, it's super effective against everything except Dragonite, where it's still normally effective.

Pokemon League Champion - Rival

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Pokemon League Champion: Rival

#1 Mega Pidgeot

Pidgeot

Type: Normal Flying
Lv: 56
Moves:
Quick Attack Normal
Air Slash Flying
Heat Wave Fire

#2 Vileplume

Vileplume

Type: Grass Poison
Lv: 56
Moves:
Solar Beam Grass
Reflect Psychic
Sludge Bomb Poison

#3 Marowak

Marowak

Type: Ground
Lv: 56
Moves:
Fire Punch Fire
Bonemerang Ground
Brick Break Fighting

#4 Rapidash

Rapidash

Type: Fire
Lv: 56
Moves:
Flare Blitz Fire
Quick Attack Normal
Poison Jab Poison

#5 Slowbro

Slowbro

Type: Water Psychic
Lv: 56
Moves:
Psychic Psychic
Surf Water
Light Screen Psychic

Your Rival's final Pokemon will depend on the version of the game that you're playing. If you're playing Let's Go Pikachu, he'll have a Jolteon. If you're playing Let's Go Eevee, he'll have a Raichu.

#6 Jolteon

Jolteon

Type: Electric
Lv: 57
Moves:
Thunder Electric
Quick Attack Normal
Pin Missile Bug

#6 Raichu

Raichu

Type: Electric
Lv: 57
Moves:
Thunder Electric
Quick Attack Normal
Iron Tail Steel

Strategy

After defeating each member of the Elite Four, your final battle will be with your rival. He uses a team of six Pokemon of all different types, so there's no use trying to get a type advantage here, you'll need a balanced team as well. His final team member will change depending on your version of the game: Jolteon for Let's Go Pikachu players and Raichu for Let's Go Eevee players.

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