How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

High atop the Indigo Plateau, the Elite Four of Kanto await the challenge of any trainer bold enough to collect all eight badges. This league boasts a knockout style where you battle the trainers back to back, with only a break in between to walk to the next room – so while you can use healing items in between battles, you cannot go back to the Pokemon Center. Proceed with caution.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
Lorelei uses a mixture of Ice-type and Water-type Pokemon. Her strategy uses a mixture of powerful attacks and applying residual damage in the form of Hail and Spikes. Hail lasts five turns and will hit all non-Ice-types. Rock-type moves are ideal here since the obvious choice of Fire will only hurt Jynx for super-effective damage.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
The master of Fighting-type Pokemon, Bruno, also employs the power of the Rock-type Onix. His team launches a strong offensive using three attack types with great coverage – Rock, Fighting, and Ground. Pokemon like Gengar or Weezing thrive in this match since Fighting-type attacks are ineffective and Ground-type attacks miss due to Levitate.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Though thematically Agatha is a Ghost-type master, in this match it is more apt to say her speciality lies with Poison-types, since its the only type her entire team shares. Like Koga, she uses a combination of the sleep, poison, and confusion techniques to wittle your monsters down. Best to keep a few Full Heals in your arsenal to muck up this very annoying tactic. A tip: you can use the Poke Flute in battle to awaken sleeping Pokemon.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
Lance is the Dragon-type master of the Elite Four, and not a foe to be trifled with. All of his Pokemon use the very powerful move Hyper Beam, which can easily wipe out a Pokemon not resistant to it. However, there is a silver lining – Hyper Beam forces the user to miss its following turn so it can recharge. Another favourite move of his is Outrage, which is resisted by only the Steel-type. Ice-type moves are very effective in this battle, hitting everything on his team for a good amount of damage.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
Staying one step ahead the whole game, it seems your rival has gone and beaten the Elite Four before you could. He uses a very balanced team, incorporating many different elemental types as well as some strong moves. The best strategy is to repay him in kind with a balanced team of your own.

After you finish your affairs in the Sevii Islands, you can return to the Indigo Plateau for a second round at the Elite Four. While you’ve been away these trainers have sharpened their skills, levelling up their teams and throwing in some Johto Pokemon to patch up holes they may have had the first time.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
This time around Lorelei has shifted focus and built her team solely around Ice-types, trading the Slowbro for a Piloswine who uses very strong physical moves like Earthquake. Her Cloyster supports the team with Rain Dance, making the Water-type attacks used even stronger and turning Lapras’ Thunder into a no-miss move.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
Bruno has gone and evolved his twin Onix into Steelix, giving the team an enormous defense boost by adding a Psychic resistance in the process. However, the same tricks that worked the first time still apply.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Agatha’s team now features the Ghost-type Misdreavus, and evolves the Golbat into a Crobat. Interestingly it seems all her Pokemon are now male-gendered, which is useful to know if you use a strategy involving Attract.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
The Dragon-type Master’s formidable team is back with a vengeance, packing some incredibly powerful Special Attack moves and an improved roster. Kingdra’s only weakness this generation is, ironically enough, the Dragon-type. If you have a Kingdra or Dragonite of your own (or any of the Hoenn dragons) you should be in good standing.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
While travelling the Sevii Islands it seems that your rival has also spent time improving his team. His coverage is better than ever, adding two very strong Pokemon found in the islands to an already well-rounded group. This team is the highest-leveled in the game too, mind. Defeat him once more and you will have completed the postgame storyline for FireRed and LeafGreen.

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High atop the Indigo Plateau, the Elite Four of Kanto await the challenge of any trainer bold enough to collect all eight badges. This league boasts a knockout style where you battle the trainers back to back, with only a break in between to walk to the next room – so while you can use healing items in between battles, you cannot go back to the Pokemon Center. Proceed with caution.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
Lorelei uses a mixture of Ice-type and Water-type Pokemon. Her strategy uses a mixture of powerful attacks and applying residual damage in the form of Hail and Spikes. Hail lasts five turns and will hit all non-Ice-types. Rock-type moves are ideal here since the obvious choice of Fire will only hurt Jynx for super-effective damage.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
The master of Fighting-type Pokemon, Bruno, also employs the power of the Rock-type Onix. His team launches a strong offensive using three attack types with great coverage – Rock, Fighting, and Ground. Pokemon like Gengar or Weezing thrive in this match since Fighting-type attacks are ineffective and Ground-type attacks miss due to Levitate.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Though thematically Agatha is a Ghost-type master, in this match it is more apt to say her speciality lies with Poison-types, since its the only type her entire team shares. Like Koga, she uses a combination of the sleep, poison, and confusion techniques to wittle your monsters down. Best to keep a few Full Heals in your arsenal to muck up this very annoying tactic. A tip: you can use the Poke Flute in battle to awaken sleeping Pokemon.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
Lance is the Dragon-type master of the Elite Four, and not a foe to be trifled with. All of his Pokemon use the very powerful move Hyper Beam, which can easily wipe out a Pokemon not resistant to it. However, there is a silver lining – Hyper Beam forces the user to miss its following turn so it can recharge. Another favourite move of his is Outrage, which is resisted by only the Steel-type. Ice-type moves are very effective in this battle, hitting everything on his team for a good amount of damage.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
Staying one step ahead the whole game, it seems your rival has gone and beaten the Elite Four before you could. He uses a very balanced team, incorporating many different elemental types as well as some strong moves. The best strategy is to repay him in kind with a balanced team of your own.

After you finish your affairs in the Sevii Islands, you can return to the Indigo Plateau for a second round at the Elite Four. While you’ve been away these trainers have sharpened their skills, levelling up their teams and throwing in some Johto Pokemon to patch up holes they may have had the first time.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
This time around Lorelei has shifted focus and built her team solely around Ice-types, trading the Slowbro for a Piloswine who uses very strong physical moves like Earthquake. Her Cloyster supports the team with Rain Dance, making the Water-type attacks used even stronger and turning Lapras’ Thunder into a no-miss move.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
Bruno has gone and evolved his twin Onix into Steelix, giving the team an enormous defense boost by adding a Psychic resistance in the process. However, the same tricks that worked the first time still apply.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Agatha’s team now features the Ghost-type Misdreavus, and evolves the Golbat into a Crobat. Interestingly it seems all her Pokemon are now male-gendered, which is useful to know if you use a strategy involving Attract.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
The Dragon-type Master’s formidable team is back with a vengeance, packing some incredibly powerful Special Attack moves and an improved roster. Kingdra’s only weakness this generation is, ironically enough, the Dragon-type. If you have a Kingdra or Dragonite of your own (or any of the Hoenn dragons) you should be in good standing.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
While travelling the Sevii Islands it seems that your rival has also spent time improving his team. His coverage is better than ever, adding two very strong Pokemon found in the islands to an already well-rounded group. This team is the highest-leveled in the game too, mind. Defeat him once more and you will have completed the postgame storyline for FireRed and LeafGreen.

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Pokemon FireRed Question and Answers :

How to beat elite four? I need quick answers!

Which pokemon I need to beat ELITE FOUR? Here are my pokemon (just six pokemon who are on highest levels):

1. Gloom
lv.: 40
moves:
absorb
acid
poisnop owder
cut

2. Zapdos
lv.: 50
moves:
thunder wave
agility
detect
drill peck

3. Moltres
lv.: 50
moves:
fire spin
agility
endure
flamethrower

4. Articuno
lv.: 50
moves:
mist
agili ty
mind reader
ice beam

5. Farfetch’d
lv: 52
moves:
peck
false swipe
fly
slash

6. Raticate
lv.: 55
moves:
endavor
su per fang
quick attack
hyper fang

Can I defeat ELITE FOUR with those pokemon or I have to train others? Please help me!

Bad moves

Your pokemon or ok, but the moves for them are bad. I can see that you just caught your
legendary pokemon. You should use TMs on the legendarys. Try to give Zapdos The TM
thunderbolt and Thunder because you will need Zapdos to beat Loreli. Train your gloom to
at least lv.50 too.Oh yeah, what did you do with your starter pokemon? Starter pokemon
like Charizard are very useful. I suggest you use your Starter pokemon

I change my pokemon so I’ll need train harder..

They are now like this:

1. Dragonair
lv. 45
moves:
slam
agillity
twister
dragon rage

2. Kadabra
lv. 45
moves:
psybeam
flash
future sight
psychic

3. Charlie (Charizard)
lv. 46
moves:
wing attack
flamethrower
slash
metal claw

4. Gr*** Weed (Gloom)
lv. 49
moves:
absorb
petal dance
poisonpowder
cut

5. Ch’ding (Farfetch’d)
lv. 55
moves:
peck
false swipe
fly
slash

6. Rat (Raticate)
lv. 58
moves:
endavor
super fang
quick attack
hyper fang

I’m gonna train all of them to lv. 60. If I do that, I’m sure i will win!

i dont think

Impossible to train Pokemon on level 60? On Colosseum I got Rayquaza on level 100

Answer ‘Huh?’ is actually my, I sometimes forgot to log in

Training my Pokemon

They are now like this:
1. Dragonair
level: 50
moves:
slam
safeguard
twister
dragon rage

2. Kadabra
level: 51
moves.
psybeam
flash
future sight
psychic

3. Gr*** Weed (Gloom)
level: 52
moves:
absorb
petal dance
poisonpowder
cut

4.Charlie (Charizard)
level: 53
moves:
wing attack
flamethrower
slash
metal claw

5. Ch’ding (Farfetch’d)
level: 56
moves:
peck
false swipe
fly
slash

6. Rat (Ratcate)
level: 59
moves:
endavor
super fang
quick attack
hyper fang

good team!

Hey the elite four is not impossible to do on firered this was my team
Dragonair lv41
Nidoking lv 47
Marowack lv 50
Zapdos lv 54(he is now lv 60 because i beat the E4 with him mostly)
Blastoise lv 53
Snorlax lv 41
p.s I just got a dragonite lv59.

this is my team can i beat the e4

marowak
lv 52
aritcuno
lv 61
zapdos
lv 60
onix
lv 50
venusaur
lv 60
molters
lv 51

the elite four is easy

the pokemons that you need is a good ice type, nice electric type, a strong phskic
type(like mr.mime) and a flying type like a dragonite and bring plenty of revives and
hyper potions

i would never use legendary pokemon. replace zapdose with a jolteon and it wil.

i would never use legendary pokemon. replace zapdose with a jolteon and it will destroy
most of the elite four alone because it has a ton of speed and sp attack.

Two things to say:

1. I want to get eevee in espeon
2. my game crashed so I have to start over again.. :S

Go there to find out what I am doing. http://www.cheatsguru.com/gba/pokemon.

That link ‘go there’ isn’t a real link real is down from it

That link ‘go there’ isn’t a real link real is down from it

ive just got into lavender town on pokemon fire red i have a venasaur lvl 40 i want more
pokemon sugestions pls

what you need?!

elite 4

I got level 65 mew,level 53 blastoise,level 70 mewtwo,level 56 lugia,level 39 deoxys and
level 49 ho-ho but I still can’t deafeat lance the elite he is so tough can anyone help
my.

You are lying.

You can’t get mewtwo before beating elite 4.

Yodeliyahoo.

I lost the version but I got it again there. Still need help fo the same, pokemon same
levels, exept gloom is 1 level higher

I can give you advice!!

Use Moltres. level him up to lv.60+ let him know Flamethrower, Fire blast, fire spin and
fly.

Use Articuno. level up to lv. 60+ let him know ice beam, blizzard, fly and mimmic

use elecrabuzz. level him to lv.58+ let him know thunderbolt, thunder, counter and
strength.”you can find him at the power plant”

use Zapdos. level him to 59+ let him know drill peck, fly,detect and ariel ace.

use your starter pokemon. If your starter is Blastoise, level up to 65+.let him know Hydro
pump, Hydro Cannon, skull bash, and surf.
if its Venesaur, level him to 60+. let him know Frenzy plant, razer leaf, sleep powder
and poisin powder
if its Charizard, level him to lv.60 let him know Blast burn, flame thrower, dragon
claw and and fly.

use aredactol. level him lv.58+ let him know dragon claw, earthquack, ariel ace and
ancient power.

Hope this info helps!!

i need help

i need help in beating the e4 and i have a
venusuarlv.51
snorlaxlv.51
zapdoselv.53
articunolv.53
moltreslv.51
and i want 2 know how 2 lv.+ my pokemon
so if anyone can help me plz write back 2 me
PLZ.

train them to at least lv. 55

my asome team.

groundon level 100 arceus level 100 infernape level 78 darkrai level 100
shaymin level 100

HELP ME

pwnage

chrzard dragonnair zapdos and other bchy pokemon 🙂 i allready beat the *** game lol

who eats dragonflies

blastoise

my blastoise was 72 and i beat the elite 4 with blastois learn it hydro cannon,
earthquake, ice beam and surf

High atop the Indigo Plateau, the Elite Four of Kanto await the challenge of any trainer bold enough to collect all eight badges. This league boasts a knockout style where you battle the trainers back to back, with only a break in between to walk to the next room – so while you can use healing items in between battles, you cannot go back to the Pokemon Center. Proceed with caution.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
Lorelei uses a mixture of Ice-type and Water-type Pokemon. Her strategy uses a mixture of powerful attacks and applying residual damage in the form of Hail and Spikes. Hail lasts five turns and will hit all non-Ice-types. Rock-type moves are ideal here since the obvious choice of Fire will only hurt Jynx for super-effective damage.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
The master of Fighting-type Pokemon, Bruno, also employs the power of the Rock-type Onix. His team launches a strong offensive using three attack types with great coverage – Rock, Fighting, and Ground. Pokemon like Gengar or Weezing thrive in this match since Fighting-type attacks are ineffective and Ground-type attacks miss due to Levitate.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Though thematically Agatha is a Ghost-type master, in this match it is more apt to say her speciality lies with Poison-types, since its the only type her entire team shares. Like Koga, she uses a combination of the sleep, poison, and confusion techniques to wittle your monsters down. Best to keep a few Full Heals in your arsenal to muck up this very annoying tactic. A tip: you can use the Poke Flute in battle to awaken sleeping Pokemon.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
Lance is the Dragon-type master of the Elite Four, and not a foe to be trifled with. All of his Pokemon use the very powerful move Hyper Beam, which can easily wipe out a Pokemon not resistant to it. However, there is a silver lining – Hyper Beam forces the user to miss its following turn so it can recharge. Another favourite move of his is Outrage, which is resisted by only the Steel-type. Ice-type moves are very effective in this battle, hitting everything on his team for a good amount of damage.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
Staying one step ahead the whole game, it seems your rival has gone and beaten the Elite Four before you could. He uses a very balanced team, incorporating many different elemental types as well as some strong moves. The best strategy is to repay him in kind with a balanced team of your own.

After you finish your affairs in the Sevii Islands, you can return to the Indigo Plateau for a second round at the Elite Four. While you’ve been away these trainers have sharpened their skills, levelling up their teams and throwing in some Johto Pokemon to patch up holes they may have had the first time.

Member: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice-type

Method:
This time around Lorelei has shifted focus and built her team solely around Ice-types, trading the Slowbro for a Piloswine who uses very strong physical moves like Earthquake. Her Cloyster supports the team with Rain Dance, making the Water-type attacks used even stronger and turning Lapras’ Thunder into a no-miss move.

Member: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting-type

Method:
Bruno has gone and evolved his twin Onix into Steelix, giving the team an enormous defense boost by adding a Psychic resistance in the process. However, the same tricks that worked the first time still apply.

Member: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost-type

Method:
Agatha’s team now features the Ghost-type Misdreavus, and evolves the Golbat into a Crobat. Interestingly it seems all her Pokemon are now male-gendered, which is useful to know if you use a strategy involving Attract.

Member: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Method:
The Dragon-type Master’s formidable team is back with a vengeance, packing some incredibly powerful Special Attack moves and an improved roster. Kingdra’s only weakness this generation is, ironically enough, the Dragon-type. If you have a Kingdra or Dragonite of your own (or any of the Hoenn dragons) you should be in good standing.

Member: Green
Specialty: None

Method:
While travelling the Sevii Islands it seems that your rival has also spent time improving his team. His coverage is better than ever, adding two very strong Pokemon found in the islands to an already well-rounded group. This team is the highest-leveled in the game too, mind. Defeat him once more and you will have completed the postgame storyline for FireRed and LeafGreen.

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Pokemon FireRed Question and Answers :

Beating ELITE FOUR should be easy

Here’s my pokemon (all of them):
1. Jasmin (Jigglypuff)
level: 5
moves:
1. sing
2. defense curl
3. –
4. –
2. Pirra (Spearow)
level: 6
moves:
1. peck
2. growl
3. –
4. –
3. Nido (Nidoran m)
level: 6
moves:
1. leer
2. peck
3. –
4. –
4. Para (Paras)
level: 7
moves:
1.scratch
2. stun spore
3. –
4. –
5. Finn (Mankey)
level: 7
moves:
1. scratch
2. leer
3. low kick
4. –
6. Gea (Geodude)
level: 8
moves:
1. tackle
2. defense curl
3. mud sport
4. –

Pokémon in my party:

1. Rat (Rattata)
level: 15
moves:
1. tackle
2. tail whip
3. quick attack
4. hyper fang

2. Panny (pidgey)
level: 15
moves:
1. tackle
2. sand-attack
3. gust
4. quick attack

3. Bee (Beedrill
level: 16
moves:
1. poison sting
2. focus energy
3. harden
4. fury attack

4. Lita (Pikachu)
level: 16
moves:
1. thundershock
2. double team
3. tail whip
4. quick attack

5. Butterfly (Buterfree)
level: 17
moves:
1. tackle
2. poison powder
3. sleep powder
4. confusion

6. Charlie (Charmeleon)
level: 18
moves:
1. scratch
2. growl
3. ember
4. metal claw

And now, here is my plan:

1. Train all pokemon to level 10.
2. Beat Brock. (Finished)
3. Train all pokemon to level 20.
4. Beat Misty.
5. Train all pokemon to level 30.
6. Beat Lt. Surge.
7. Train all pokemon to level 40.

If I will do it like that, all my pokemon will be on at least level 80 when I come to beat ELITE FOUR! This means beating ELITE FOUR will be easy!

The Elite Four

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

(1 of 2) There’s absolutely no need to hold back here; use everything in your disposal!

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

There’s absolutely no need to hold back here; use everything in your disposal! (left), (right)

This is the final stop of your island challenge. Like in previous Pokémon games, you must defeat four of the region’s best trainers, rightfully dubbed the “Elite Four”. The members of the Elite Four can be battled in any order. After beating all four, you will be eligible to challenge the current Pokémon League Champion to claim the title for yourself.

Upon entering, there will be four pathways stretching out from the center, each leading to a chamber where one of the Elite Four resides.

  • West : Molayne the Steel-type user
  • North-west : Olivia the Rock-type user
  • North-east : Acerola the Ghost-type user
  • East : Kahili the Flying-type user

After defeating an Elite Four, you can use the teleporter at the back of their chamber to return to the main area. When all four have been defeated, the central teleporter will activate, allowing you to reach the Champion’s area. Remember, you cannot leave the league until you’ve become the Champion, or lose–but that shouldn’t happen!

Elite Four Molayne¶

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

How to beat the elite four in pokémon firered

Pokémon Level Type
Klefki 56 Steel/Fairy
Bisharp 56 Dark/Steel
Magnezone 56 Electric/Steel
Metagross 56 Steel/Psychic
Dugtrio (Alolan) 57 Ground/Steel

Molayne has Full Restores and Full Heals.

Molayne’s first Pokémon, Klefki, is a setup Pokémon–and a general nuisance. It can use Spikes to damage switch-ins, Reflect to boost its team’s Defense, Thunder Wave to cause paralysis, and Flash Cannon for STAB. Thanks to Prankster, it can use status moves before your Pokémon can act. Fire and Ground-types are recommended.

Bisharp is a slow, but hard hitting Pokémon. This one can use Night Slash and Iron Head for STAB damage, Aerial Ace to hurt Fighting-types, and Metal Sound to lower Special Defense so Magnezone has an easier time. Fighting-types are ideal unless Reflect is up, but they should be able to survive Aerial Ace. Otherwise go with Fire or Ground-types.

Magnezone is a potent special attacker, with poor Speed. It can use Thunderbolt and Flash Cannon to deal STAB damage, Tri Attack for other targets, and Screech to lower Defense so its teammates do more damage. Ground-types are ideal, since they do 4x damage, while Fire and Fighting-types are also solid choices.

Metagross is a fully evolved Beldum and Metang that’s strong and physically bulky, but not very fast. Molayne’s can use Meteor Mash and Zen Headbutt to deal STAB damage, Hammer Arm to hurt Dark-types, and Bullet Punch to go first. Fire, Ground and Ghost-types are recommended, and special attackers in general.

Finally, Molayne’s Dugtrio is fast and hits hard, but very frail. It can use Earthquake and Iron Head for STAB, Sucker Punch to go first if you’re attacking, and Fissure to score a OHKO if you’re unlucky. It also has Groundium Z. Water and Fighting-types are preferred. If you think a Z-Move is coming, you could switch in a Flying-type.