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Revision as of 07:21, April 10, 2014

Elite Four is a Trainer Class and title given to four trainers that qualify as being the best trainers in their respective region(s), with only the Pokémon Champion above their skill level. There are currently 6 sets of Elite Four members and 1 champion, corresponding to the number of Generations that the main series games have been through (although Kanto and Johto share their respective Elite Four location, the Indigo Plateau which technically is in the Kanto region).

In order to challenge the Elite Four, a trainer must first acquire a total of 8 Badges (16 in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, but you first fight them with 8). Upon battling them, the challenger must face all of them consecutively. In Generations I-IV, the members of the Elite Four are battled in a set order. In Gen V and VI, they can be fought in any order. Once defeated, a trainer can battle the regional Pokémon Champion for their title. However, in every region, if the player is defeated at any point, then he/she must re-battle all members of the Elite Four.

List of Elite Four Members

Kanto

Lorelei Bruno Agatha Lance
Lorelei Bruno III Agatha Lance-FrLgElite4
Ice Fighting Ghost Dragon
Champion Blue
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Mix

Johto

Will Koga Bruno Karen
HeartGold SoulSilver Will HK Bruno 200px-HGSS Karen Art
Psychic Poison Fighting Dark
Champion Lance
HeartGoldSoulSilverLance
Dragon

Hoenn

Sidney Phoebe Glacia Drake
949147-sidney large Phoebe Glacia 949163-drake large
Dark Ghost Ice Dragon
Champion Steven RS Champion Wallace E
Steven artwork ChampionWallace
Steel Water

Sinnoh

Aaron Bertha Flint Lucian
Aaron Bertha Flint Lucian
Bug Ground Fire Psychic
Champion Cynthia
Cynthia IV
Mix

Unova

Shauntal Marshal Grimsley Caitlin
Shauntal-detail Marshal-detail Grimsley-detail Caitlin-detail
Ghost Fighting Dark Psychic
Champion Alder BW Champion Iris B2W2
Alder Black 2 White 2 Iris
Mix Dragon

Kalos

Malva Siebold Drasna Wikstrom
Malva Siebold Drasna Wikstrom
Fire Water Dragon Steel
Champion Diantha
Diantha
Mix

Side Games

Pokémon Puzzle League

Giovanni Ritchie Prima Bruno
Giovanni XY Ritchie Lorelei Bruno
Ground Mix Ice Fighting
Champion Gary Oak Master Mewtwo
150x150px 150Mewtwo
Mix Mix

Trivia

  • The Kanto, Hoenn, and Unova Elite Four are similar, however, at least one type needs to be changed in order for them to be the same.
  • The Unova Elite Four is the first one that allows the player to choose the order in which the Elite Four is battled. The Kalos Elite Four also shares this trait.
  • The Kalos Elite Four are the first Elite Four who's Pokemon do not go up levels when the player returns to the Pokemon league for their first rematch, in fact they stay at the same levels as the first time the player fought them for all rematches.

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