Those who challenge the Elite Four must have won all eight Badges from that region or, for Trainers in Alola , must have completed all of their island challenge trials. To become Champion, Trainers must face all four and the current Champion consecutively without losing to any of them. In the games, they use strong medicine items in battles. In Hoenn , the Elite Four must be battled in a fixed order.
Bruno is a member of the Kanto Elite Four. He joined the Elite Four out of a desire to challenge the best Trainers. Bruno regularly visits the Sevii Islands. Bruno appeared in To Master the Onixpected! Hideaway near Pallet Town. Brock was enthusiastic about the prospect of meeting Bruno, believing that he possessed some kind of secret technique that was the key to his success, so Ash, Brock, and Misty headed out to meet him. Along the way, they learned that Mt. Hideaway was the home of a larger-than-usual Onix. After Bruno saved the group from the giant Onix, Ash and Brock begged him to take them on as students. Bruno agreed, under the condition that Ash and Brock would do anything he said.
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.
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