Pokemon Fire Red Elite 4

Posted By admin On 27/11/21

Ratakate is rly usfule pokemon it can learn ice beam and thunderbolt and his move super fang can deal 50% or opponents current helt so he is a rly usfule pokemon in my opinion to use agents elite for. The Elite Four are, technically, the last bosses of the game. Defeat them and you'll become the champion. However, you need to prepare well if you want to win.

  1. Pokemon Fire Red Elite 4

Elite Four

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.

Elite Four Lorelei

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.

Elite Four LoreleiDewgongCloysterSlowbroJynxLapras
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 52Level 51Level 52Level 54Level 54

Elite Four Bruno

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.

Elite Four BrunoOnixHitmonchanHitmonleeOnixMachamp
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 51Level 53Level 53Level 54Level 56

Elite Four Agatha

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.

Elite Four AgathaGengarGolbatHaunterArbokGengar
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 54Level 54Level 53Level 56Level 58

Elite Four Lance

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.

Elite Four LanceGyaradosDragonairDragonairAerodactylDragonite
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 56Level 54Level 54Level 58Level 60

Champion Green

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.

Champion GreenPidgeotAlakazamRhydonGyaradosArcanineVenusaur
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 59Level 57Level 59Level 59Level 61Level 63

Champion GreenPidgeotAlakazamRhydonExeggutorGyaradosCharizard
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 59Level 57Level 59Level 59Level 61Level 63

Champion GreenPidgeotAlakazamRhydonArcanineExeggutorBlastoise
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 59Level 57Level 59Level 59Level 61Level 63

Rematches

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.

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Elite Four Lorelei

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.

Elite Four LoreleiDewgongCloysterPiloswineJynxLapras
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 64Level 63Level 63Level 66Level 66

Elite Four Bruno

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.

Elite Four BrunoSteelixHitmonchanHitmonleeSteelixMachamp
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 65Level 65Level 65Level 66Level 68

Elite Four Agatha

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.

Elite Four AgathaGengarCrobatMisdreavusArbokGengar
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 66Level 66Level 65Level 68Level 70

Elite Four Lance

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.

Elite Four LanceGyaradosDragoniteKingdraAerodactylDragonite
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 68Level 66Level 66Level 70Level 72

Champion Green

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.

Champion GreenHeracrossAlakazamTyranitarGyaradosArcanineVenusaur
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 72Level 73Level 72Level 73Level 73Level 75

Champion GreenHeracrossAlakazamTyranitarExeggutorGyaradosCharizard
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 72Level 73Level 72Level 73Level 73Level 75

Champion GreenHeracrossAlakazamTyranitarArcanineExeggutorBlastoise
Battle Type
Single Battle
Level 72Level 73Level 72Level 73Level 73Level 75

The final challenge at the Pokemon League is against the Elite Four, a supergroup quartet of powerful trainers who use the game's most powerful types. Though each one has a 'main' type, it's more accurate to say they specialize in two types, mostly ones that cover the bases of another. You'll need an incredible team to beat them; anything less than that (bar using an absurd amount of items) will only give you trouble. I recommend having a team at the high end of being Level 40s or early 50s when going in. You can't stop to heal at the Pokemon Center or buy more items at the Poke Mart so be fully prepared going in.
The single best Pokemon for this challenge is none other than Lapras. It will wall Lorelei's team and strike back with Thunderbolt, decimate Bruno with a mixture of Psychic and Surf, rip through Agatha's team with Psychic, and completely destroy Lance with Ice Beam. I highly endorse Lapras. Another great Pokemon is Gengar, who can use a variation on this set with Thunderbolt and Psychic and two other strong Special moves (or support). It has the added bonus of being invincible against all Normal-type and Fighting-type moves in the tournament.

Pokemon Fire Red Elite 4

Elite Member #1 - Lorelei

Elite Four: Lorelei
Specialty: Water & Ice-type

Details:
The first member of the Elite Four, Lorelei, has an excellent team to start off against. Although she says freezing moves are powerful, only two of her Pokemon can freeze you. Don't think you're off the hook though; when frozen in Generation I, you will never defrost unless hit by a Fire-type move, and unfortunately for you none of her Pokemon carry one. Her leading Pokemon, Dewgong, will use Rest to heal off all damage, so try and take it out quickly or during the turns it's asleep. The move Thunderbolt is excellent for that, and even moreso on a Lapras who can essentially wall her entire team. Slowbro needs to be dispatched extremely quickly as well as Amnesia is frightening: it boosts the Special stat by two. Cloyster has ludicrous Defense and will trap you with Clamp the way Blaine did with Fire Spin. Jynx isn't as bad as the rest of the team if you use strong Rock-type moves, but watch out for a mean Ice Punch from her should you break out a Golem or Onix. Her Lapras is also a terrifying with its Confuse Ray and Blizzard combo - your own Lapras would be the best counter.

Elite LoreleiDewgongCloysterSlowbroJynxLapras
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 54Level 53Level 54Level 56Level 56
Attacks:
Growl
Aurora Beam
Rest
Take Down
Attacks:
Supersonic
Clamp
Aurora Beam
Spike Cannon
Attacks:
Water Gun
Growl
Withdraw
Amnesia
Attacks:
Doubleslap
Ice Punch
Body Slam
Thrash
Attacks:
Body Slam
Confuse Ray
Hydro Pump
Blizard
Elite Member #2 - Bruno

Elite Four: Bruno
Specialty: Rock & Fighting-type

Details:
Undeniably the easiest trainer in this challenge, Bruno is still a force to be reckoned with. His team is very akin to Brock and the Fighting Dojo master's teams, using Onix as well as the Hitmons as main staples. His Onix share the exact same movepool; if you finish one off you'll have no problem with the other. Hitmonchan's moveset is practically useless save for Counter, which can totally destroy you if you're taking the route of powerful Flying-type moves on the Fighting-types. Hitmonlee has Jump Kick and Hi Jump Kick, both extremely powerful attacks. A recommended strategy is to use Fly on it with something; if it tries to Jump Kick or Hi Jump Kick you in the turn you're in the air, it will miss and take bad damage from it, setting up for a guaranteed KO the next turn with Fly. Machamp is the only true threat here as it has a great moveset which includes the OHKO move Giovanni gave you. If you have something impervious to ground you'll have no troubles though. A Gengar works wonders here as it avoids all Fighting/Flying moves and strikes back with a buffed-up Psychic.

Elite BrunoOnixHitmonchanHitmonleeOnixMachamp
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 53Level 55Level 55Level 56Level 58
Attacks:
Rock Throw
Rage
Slam
Harden
Attacks:
Ice Punch
Fire Punch
Thunderpunch
Counter
Attacks:
Jump Kick
Focus Energy
Hi Jump Kick
Mega Kick
Attacks:
Rock Throw
Rage
Slam
Harden
Attacks:
Leer
Focus Energy
Fissure
Submission
Elite Member #3 - Agatha

Elite Four: Agatha
Specialty: Poison & Ghost-type

Details:
This old bird makes great use of the Gastly lines, stuffing her team with two Gengars and a Haunter. This generation has an issue with the type match ups - because of that, Psychics are impervious to Ghost-type moves. A good Pokemon here would be Alakazam, who can sweep the entire team with just Psychic and will have the speed to beat out Gengar and Golbat. As long as you don't get hit by physical attacks you'll be golden. This team loves status moves, with everything being able to do almost anything under the sun, including poison, sleep, confusion, and paralysis. Don't afford them any of those luxuries - confusion will ruin a physical sweeper if it hits itself, sleep will leave you susceptible to Dream Eater (which most of the team save for the non-Ghosts runs), paralysis will lower your much needed Speed, and poison is, well, poison. Ground-type moves are great here too because the Gastly line doesn't have Levitate in this generation, leaving four fifths of the team open to a strong Earthquake or Dig. Don't bother with Normal or Fighting-type moves here though because they'll be useless on the Ghosts. If you are put asleep at any point, remember you can save healing items by using the Poke Flute to awaken.

Elite AgathaGengarGolbatHaunterArbokGengar
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 56Level 56Level 55Level 58Level 60
Attacks:
Confuse Ray
Night Shade
Hypnosis
Dream Eater
Attacks:
Supersonic
Confuse Ray
Wing Attack
Haze
Attacks:
Confuse Ray
Night Shade
Hypnosis
Dream Eater
Attacks:
Bite
Glare
Screech
Acid
Attacks:
Confuse Ray
Night Shade
Toxic
Dream Eater
Elite Member #4 - Lance

Elite Four: Lance
Specialty: Dragon-type

Details:
The king of the Elite Four, Lance, has the most frightening team of all. Gyarados, his lead, has decent Special in this generation and can wipe you out with Hydro Pump or Hyper Beam depending on what works better. Hyper Beam, by the way, is a staple of his team, and has an interesting quirk - if it knocks a Pokemon out it won't need to recharge. Luckily Gyarados has a double weakness to Electric-type moves, so hit it with those for maximum punishment. His two Dragonairs share a moveset that includes Dragon Rage (a set 40 damage move), Agility, Slam, and Hyper Beam. Dispose of them quickly or use a Rock-type with great Defense to sponge their moves and whittle them down. Rhydon or Golem works wonders here, as does an Omastar with Ice Beam. Aerodactyl is fast and has great Attack but poor moves - in fact, a Gengar can wall it completely. The main attraction, Dragonite, can set up a Barrier to boost Defense then take you out with a Hyper Beam backed by one of the highest Attack stats in the game. It does have a double Ice weakness though - exploit it.

Elite LanceGyaradosDragonairDragonairAerodactylDragonite
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 58Level 56Level 56Level 60Level 62
Attacks:
Hydro Pump
Dragon Rage
Leer
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Agility
Slam
Dragon Rage
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Agility
Slam
Dragon Rage
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Supersonic
Take Down
Bite
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Agility
Slam
Barrier
Hyper Beam
Champion - Blue

Elite Four: Rival
Specialty: None

Details:
The circle is now complete. Your first and last challenge is with your rival, and he'll have just as many tricks as ever to face you. With a fully rounded out team you'll be hard pressed to find one Pokemon to take everything out; however, if you don't mind legendaries, I recommend Zapdos for its Electric-type (good for beating literally up to 2/3 of the team depending on who he chose, or at the very least half) and Flying-type (provides STAB and good speed to take out Alakazam with a quick physical move). If not, balance everything out as always: don't train just one Pokemon (seriously don't) and make sure your type coverage is astute. His team has a few flaws you can exploit: Arcanine, if he has it, laughably knows Ember as its Fire-type attack, Gyarados's Hyper Beam makes it stall a turn if it doesn't wipe you out, Exeggutor only has three attacks (both damage-inflicting ones of the Normal-type), and Rhydon has a low-accuracy OHKO move it'll try on you. An alternate approach to this is to just use Toxic on everything (use PP Up if you're doing this) and stall it out with Chansey or another bulky Pokemon. It's not exactly enthralling but if it's what works go for it. Good luck!

Champion BluePidgeotAlakazamRhydonArcanineGyaradosVenusaur
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 61Level 59Level 61Level 63Level 61Level 65
Attacks:
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Attacks:
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Attacks:
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Attacks:
Roar
Leer
Ember
Take Down
Attacks:
Dragon Rage
Hydro Pump
Hyper Beam
Leer
Attacks:
Growth
Mega Drain
Razor Leaf
SolarBeam
Squirtle Chosen
Champion BluePidgeotAlakazamRhydonGyaradosExeggutorCharizard
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 61Level 59Level 61Level 63Level 61Level 65
Attacks:
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Attacks:
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Attacks:
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Attacks:
Dragon Rage
Hydro Pump
Hyper Beam
Leer
Attacks:
Hypnosis
Barrage
Stomp
Attacks:
Fire Blast
Rage
Slash
Fire Spin
Bulbasaur Chosen
Champion BluePidgeotAlakazamRhydonExeggutorArcanineBlastoise
Battle Type
Single Battle
Items
Level 61Level 59Level 61Level 63Level 61Level 65
Attacks:
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Attacks:
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Attacks:
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Attacks:
Hypnosis
Barrage
Stomp
Attacks:
Roar
Leer
Ember
Take Down
Attacks:
Hydro Pump
Blizzard
Bite
Withdraw
Charmander Chosen