How do I beat Elite 4?

  1. Well, I kinda strolled right through it using only 3 pokemon which I now realize are probably pretty bad against the Elite 4. These are the 3 pokemon with their moves; any other pokemon I have are under lvl 30.

    Gyarados lvl 46

    Surf
    Hydro Pump
    Bite
    Dragon Rage

    Typhlosion
    Tackle
    Quick Attack
    Flame Wheel
    Ember

    Pidgeot
    Fly
    Wing Attack
    Quick Attack
    Gust

    I know these are pretty bad, so I don't mind training others.
    I thought I could beat the Elite 4, because in Platinum I beat the gym with Empoleon, Staraptor, and somthing else.
    Anyway, that's why I used Typhlosion and Pidgeot, and just added on Gyrados.

    I've only made it to the third guy.
    I beat the first person with Gyarados with Bite (Amazing!), because I got lucky and they flinched a lot.
    I crushed the second person with Typhlosion with Flame Wheel.
    I appreciate all comments.

    User Info: ILikeToSleep

    ILikeToSleep - 6 years ago

Top Voted Answer

  1. What you could do is have a level 100 Tyranitar(Trust me its worth the wait to level it).

    Tyranitar should know: Hyper Beam,EarthQuake,Rock Slide,and Crunch.

    If you have thos the just spam Tyranitar. Trust me.I did it on my cousins PKMN Crystal.

    User Info: bellic145

    bellic145 - 6 years ago 2 0

Answers

  1. Here's what you need to do:

    Typhlosion: The move set should be; Earthquake, Thunder Punch, Sunny Day (if you have the TM), Flame Wheel

    Pidgeot: The Move set should be: Wing Attack, Double Edge/Return, Agility, Swords Dance/Filler

    Gyarados: The Move set should be; Thunder, Fire Blast, Surf/Hydro Pump, Double Edge/Return

    The best way to beat Bruno is with a Psychic type like Espeon or Alakazam (Kadabra if you can't trade). Their move sets should be:

    Espeon: Psychic, Morning Sun, Swift, Psych up/Double Team

    Alakazam/Kadabra: Psychic, Ice Punch/Counter, Recover, Reflect or Psychic, Ice Punch, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch/Recover

    After Bruno is Agatha, you will need a pokemon to take down Umbreon, and after Agatha is Lance, you will need something to take down Dragons.

    User Info: pokedude7

    pokedude7 (Expert) - 6 years ago 0 2
  2. First of all, if you have lvl 100 anything you should be able to easily beat the elite four with that one pokemon.

    If we consider raising pokemon to about lvl 50 you should be able to win with at least three pokemon: Dark, Psychic, and Water/Ice types.

    Will: Easy win with a Dark type pokmon.
    Koga: Easy win with Psychic attacks.
    Bruno: Use same psychic pokemon as you did against Koga AND have a water/ice pokemon to take down his onix.
    Karen: You can use the same dark type pokemon as you used against Will (because her attacks will be limited bcz not very effective), your water/ice pokemon to take on vileplume, murkrow, and houndoom; and your psychic pokemon to face her gengar.
    Lance: Use any remaining pokemon to take on his Gyarados and/or one of his Dragonites. Your water/ice pokemon will take care of all the others.

    User Info: Warsilver

    Warsilver - 6 years ago 0 0
  3. Your situation is pretty bad, considering the level of your pokemon. I usually have the starter pokemon get around level 60 or more, train a few specific type pokemon around level 45, buy lots of Full Heals and Hyper Potions. The hint to get the starter pokemon this level is to only battle trainers with it. If you want to train sidekick pokemon, train it in the grass :p

    User Info: yurypf

    yurypf - 5 years ago 0 0
  4. What level are they? If you get an electric type that would be good. I beat 'em with: LV 55 Feralagatr, LV 33 Gyaradose, LV 15 Sunkurn XD LV 31 Togetic LV 21 Beedrill and LV 18 Groulithe . . . Lame team for me, and it proves eny-thing is posible.

    User Info: Pokemaniac_06

    Pokemaniac_06 - 5 years ago 0 0

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