Pokemon X and Y Wiki Guide
In front of the main building is the Pokemon Center and a Photo Spot. Stock up on as many items as you think your team will need. Remember, you cannot leave the building until after all five Trainers are defeated.
Pokemon League Building
Enter the building to the north and walk down either the left or right hall inside. The next room contains four doors, each leading to a member of the Elite Four. Click each Trainer's name to jump down to their team. Defeat all four to gain access to the Champion.
Elite Four Wikstrom - P13,
Elite Four Malva - P13,
Elite Four Drasna - P13,
Elite Four Siebold - P13,
Champion Diantha - P16,
After defeating all five Trainers, you will register your current Pokemon Team into the Hall of Fame!
A few days later Lumiose City will hold a ceremony for you and your friends. See the Ending page for the Ceremony.
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Pokemon X & Y Elite Four
Here we are, we've defeated the 8 Gym Leaders and have made our way through Victory Road, what challenges lie ahead in the X and Y Pokemon League? No worries, our Pokemon X and Y Elite Four guide will give you all the necessary information to claim your spot as Kalos Pokémon League Champion! You can pick and choose who you face in whatever order you want, just like in Generation V. So then, are you ready?
Elite #1 Malva - Fire Type
Malva is the first to introduce herself as soon as you step through the door to the main chamber. She’s rather hot (no, not in that sense) and boasts it with some very fiery Pokemon. Unfortunately, she’s probably the easiest of the Elite Four as Water can go through her team with no problems. A bulky Vaporeon can take hits while dishing out the damage with Surf, but you’re not restricted for Water types across Kalos, so it’s up to you. With one down, there are three remaining.
Elite #2 Wikstrom - Steel Type
Wikstrom provides our first variation in the form of Probopass, who receives neutral damage from Fire, so you aren’t going to just steamroll his team like Malva. A solid Water type can deal with Probopass, but be warned as it knows Discharge. Fighting type can be recommended too. However, Aegislash outright resists it, receiving no damage at all. Fire is most useful, especially against Scizor who receives four times damage. Aegislash is interesting though, as when it first comes out it is in Shield Forme, meaning it’s defences are ridiculously high. It can also switch into Blade Forme where it’s defences are swapped to it’s attack stats and becomes very powerful. However, it’s slow, so you will most likely have priority. With Wikstrom defeated, two remain.
Elite #3 Drasna - Dragon Type
Fairy will decimate her team, with one exception. Dragalge, which always goes first, is neutral to Fairy type, being part Poison. Luckily, Wulfric gave you Ice Beam, so it can be dealt with fairly well. Two of her Pokemon are weak to Electric too, so if you fancy taking that route then be my guest. So long as you can attack first, you shouldn’t have too much difficulty here. A strong Fairy type like Gardevoir will have a lot of fun toying around (it can even take on Dragalge with Psychic). With Drasna dealt with, only one remains.
Elite #4 Siebold - Water Type
Remember in the last guide when we said Thunderbolt was crucial? This is why. Siebold can be the hardest member of the Elite Four if you allow him to, all because of Gyarados. It loves to use Dragon Dance, which boost it’s attack and speed, easily allowing it to set up and sweep your entire team with ease. His Starmie is no slouch either, being quick and heavy hitting. While Thunderbolt can deal with most of his team, Barbaracle is part Rock. However this means he suffers from a weakness to Grass, quite a lot, so if you picked little Bulbasaur from Sycamore then wreak havoc on it. With Siebold finished, you have now bested the Elite Four. But who lies beyond the great door?
From here we delve past the gate to the champion. Beyond the great door lies your greatest challenge yet. That is, unless you’re prepared. Are you ready to take the last step into the realm of the Pokemon League?
Pokemon League Champion Diantha
It was Diantha all along! A very welcome addition, being the third female champion in the series behind Cynthia and Iris. She has a very varied team layout, with no specific type recommendations as no one Pokemon can truly sweep her team unless you’ve really power levelled. Hawlucha can be dealt with Flying or Psychic moves, much like with Korrina’s. Tyrantrum and Aurorus will fall to Fighting, Tyrantrum specifically can be dealt with Water, Ice or Fairy. Gourgeist will succumb to Fire. Her Goodra can be settled with Ice or Fairy. Lastly, her Gardevoir Mega Evolves from the get go, proving to be quite troublesome due to her now immense special attack. Poison or Steel are your best bets, if you have the opportunity. I wouldn’t put it past her to be the one that provides the most difficulty, using Toxic so slowly put her down may be the best strategy if you lack any other means to beat her. Upon defeating Diantha you now mark your place as the champion of Kalos!
Congratulations on becoming the Kalos Pokemon League Champion, and thanks for using our Pokemon X & Y Elite Four guide!
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Pokémon League (Kalos)
The Pokémon League (Japanese: ポケモンリーグPokémon League) of Kalos is the location of the region's Elite Four, who may only be challenged after defeating all eight Kalos Gym Leaders. It is located on a large hill north of the Victory Road.
Getting to the Pokémon League requires obtaining all eight Gym Badges, showing them to the guard at the entrance of the Victory Road, defeating him in a battle, and then passing through a large mountain/highland area. Once through, the player will be able to enter the League, consisted by the League's Pokémon Center/Poké Mart and the castle where the Elite Four and the Champion reside. After making through the entrance hall, the player is greeted by Malva, who congratulates them for defeating Team Flare, after which she will retreat to her chamber to wait for the player's arrival.
From the main hall, four different doors lead to four different chambers: the first door on the right leads to the Blazing Chamber, hosted by the Fire type expert Malva; the second door on the right leads to the Flood Chamber, hosted by the Water type expert Siebold; the first door on the left leads to the Ironworks Chamber, hosted by the Steel type expert Wikstrom; and the second door on the left leads to the Dragonmark Chamber, hosted by the Dragon type expert Drasna. After defeating all four members, the great pair of doors at the end of the main hall will open, allowing the player to enter the Radiant Chamber to face the Pokémon League Champion, Diantha.
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All the Chambers at the Pokémon League consist of small entrance chambers, which can still be exited once entered. In the middle of the entrance chambers, a small stone platform acts as an elevator, taking the player to the actual battling chamber once stepped onto. Once the battle is over, the platform can be stepped onto again, bringing the player back to the main hall.
In the entrance hall, two Trainers will provide the player with basic information about the Elite Four. Two large passageways decorated with numerous paintings lead the player to the doors leading into the main hall.
In the main hall, the player is initially greeted by the Elite Four member Malva, who will then retreat into her Chamber to wait. The main hall is a large, dark room, lighted only by the light coming from a window at the end of the hall. The main hall has four entrances, each of them leading to an Elite Four member's Chamber. After defeating an Elite Four member, the player will be transported back to the main hall, where the defeated member's door is closed and the torches on each side of the door have died out. Once all the Elite Four members have been defeated, a large pair of doors will open at the end of the main hall, allowing the player to enter the Radiant Chamber to face the Champion.
In the Blazing Chamber (Japanese: 火炎の間Flame Room), on the left and right side of the platform, two huge pipes reside. At first, they are dormant, but once the player enters the Chamber, the pipes initially puff up two small flames each, before sending two huge pillars of fire into the ceiling, raging the whole time the player remains at the Chamber. The Elite Four member, Malva, is resting on her throne, and will stay sitting there, making the player come to her.
In the Flood Chamber (Japanese: 水門の間Floodgate Room), two chains connected to hollow, screw-shaped pillars reside on each side of the platform. Once entering the chamber, the chains get pulled down, while the both pillars spin upwards, soon coming to a halt. The pillars then spout out large masses of water, which also starts pouring down from the roof line, flooding the entire Chamber. The Elite Four member, Siebold, initially has his back to the player, but will turn around once approached, asking the player if they would ever consider Pokémon battling as a work of art. Once the answer is given, the battle quickly begins.
In the Ironworks Chamber (Japanese: 鋼鉄の間Steel Room), the Elite Four member is initially covered by huge metal walls. As soon as the player enters the chamber, however, two giant blades descend down from the ceiling and into two slots meant for them at the floor, and then turn 90 degrees, causing the wall to first flash with green light and then come down, sinking into the floor. The blades then turn another 90 degrees, raising a round wall around the arena. As the player approaches the Elite Four member, Wikstrom, he will step down from his throne to face them.
In the Dragonmark Chamber (Japanese: 竜章の間Dragon Emblem Room), the room is first filled with blue mist, which clears as soon as the player enters the Chamber. Two giant structures shaped like a dragon's wings spread wide open, and a cover shaped like a dragon's head lifts up, revealing the Elite Four member. Two pipes on each side of the player then start emitting some sort of incense into the air. The Elite Four member, Drasna, is standing in front of her throne, gladly greeting the player as they approach her.
After a long trek through Victory Road, you finally reach the Pokémon League, where you will battle the Elite Four and the Champion.
Use the Pokémon Center
When you enter the Pokémon League area, you find a Pokémon Center near the entrance. You can fly back to this pokémon center at any time, so feel free to fly elsewhere in Kalos to get ready for the battles ahead, then fly directly back to the Pokémon League when you're ready.
Elite Four Overview
The Elite Four are the four strongest trainers in Kalos, second only to the Pokémon League Champion. Your goal now is to become the new reigning Champion of Kalos by defeating the Elite Four and the current Champion.
Once you enter the Pokémon League building, you can only leave if you become the Champion, or if you are defeated (but don't worry: you can try again as many times as it takes). That means that you have to use the same six pokémon in all of the upcoming battles; you won't be able to go to the PC Box to switch different pokémon into your party between battles! You will have to choose your pokémon carefully.
Each member of the Elite Four focuses on a specific type, much like a gym leader. In the Kalos Pokémon League, one of the Elite Four has Water-type pokémon, another has Fire-type pokémon, another has Steel-type pokémon, and another has Dragon-type pokémon.
Enter the Pokémon League
When you're ready, go north from the Pokémon Center to enter the Pokémon League building.
Inside the building, you can go left or right. It takes you to the same place. In the next room, use the doors in the west wall and east wall to reach the chambers of the Elite Four. The northeast door goes to the Blazing Chamber, where you will face Fire-type pokémon. The southeast door goes to the Flood Chamber, where you will face Water-type pokémon. The northwest door goes to the Ironworks Chamber, where you will face Steel-type pokémon. The southwest door goes to the Dragonmark Chamber, where you will face Dragon-type pokémon.
After you defeat all four of the Elite Four, a door will open in the north wall of the main room. Go through this door to enter the Radiant Chamber, where you will face the Champion.
Blazing Chamber: Elite Four Malva
Malva has a level 63 Chandelure. It's weak to Water, Ground, Rock, Ghost, and Dark Moves.
The Chandelure's moves are Flamethrower (Fire special attack), Shadow Ball (Ghost special attack), Confuse Ray (causes target to become confused), and Confide (lowers target's Special Attack stat).
Malva has a level 63 Pyroar. It is weak to Water, Fighting, Ground, and Rock moves.
The Pyroar's moves are Hyper Voice (Normal special attack), Flamethrower (Fire special attack), Wild Charge (Electric physical attack), and Noble Roar (lowers target's Attack and Special Attack).
Malva has a level 63 Torkoal. It is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock moves.
The Torkoal's moves are Curse (lowers user's Speed but increases user's Attack and Defense), Earthquake (Ground physical attack), Stone Edge (Rock physical attack), and Flame Wheel (Fire physical attack).
Malva has a level 65 Talonflame. It is very weak to Rock moves, and is weak to Water and Electric moves.
The Talonflame's moves are Brave Bird (Flying physical attack), Quick Attack (Normal physical attack), Flare Blitz (Fire physical attack), and Flail (Normal physical attack).
Flood Chamber: Elite Four Siebold
Siebold has a level 63 Clawitzer. It is weak to Grass and Electric moves.
The Clawitzer's moves are Water Pulse (Water special attack), Dark Pulse (Dark special attack), Dragon Pulse (Dragon special attack), and Aura Sphere (Fighting special attack).
Siebold has a level 63 Gyarados. It is very weak to Electric moves, and is weak to Rock moves.
The Gyarados's moves are Waterfall (Water physical attack), Ice Fang (Ice physical attack), Earthquake (Ground physical attack), and Dragon Dance (raises user's Attack and Speed).
Siebold has a level 63 Starmie. It is weak to Grass, Electric, Bug, Ghost, and Dark moves.
The Starmie's moves are Dazzling Gleam (Fairy special attack), Psychic (Psychic special attack), Surf (Water special attack), and Light Screen (doubles the user's Special Defense stat if the user is hit with a Special attack).
Siebold has a level 65 Barbaracle. It is very weak to Grass, and is weak to Electric, Fighting, and Ground moves.
The Barbaracle's moves are Cross Chop (Fighting physical attack), Stone Edge (Rock physical attack), Razor Shell (Water physical attack), and X-Scissor (Bug physical attack).
Ironworks Chamber: Elite Four Wikstrom
Wikstrom has a level 63 Klefki. It is weak to Fire, Ground, Ghost, and Dark moves.
The Klefki's moves are Dazzling Gleam (Fairy special attack), Flash Cannon (Steel special attack), Torment (prevents target from using the same move twice in a row), and Spikes (causes target's team to be damaged on switching out).
Wikstrom has a level 63 Probopass. It is very weak to Fighting and Ground moves, and is weak to Water moves.
The Probopass's moves are Earth Power (Ground special attack), Power Gem (Rock special attack), Discharge (Electric special attack), and Flash Cannon (Steel special attack).
Wikstrom has a level 63 Scizor. It is very weak to Fire moves.
The Scizor's attacks are Bullet Punch (Steel physical attack), X-Scissor (Bug physical attack), Iron Head (Steel physical attack), and Night Slash (Dark physical attack).
Wikstrom has a level 65 Aegislash. It is weak to Fire, Ground, Ghost, and Dark attacks.
The Aegislash's moves are King's Shield (blocks physical and special moves, and reduces attacker's Attack stat if the attack makes contact), Sacred Sword (Fighting physical attack), Shadow Claw (Ghost physical attack), and Iron Head (Steel physical attack).
Dragonmark Chamber: Elite Four Drasna
Drasna has a level 63 Dragalge. It is weak to Ice, Ground, Psychic, and Dragon moves.
The Dragalge's attacks are Dragon Pulse (Dragon special attack), Surf (Water special attack), Sludge Bomb (Poison special attack), and Thunderbolt (Electric special attack).
Drasna has a level 63 Druddigon. It is weak to Ice, Dragon, and Fairy moves.
The Druddigon's moves are Dragon Tail (Dragon physical attack), Revenge (Fighting physical attack), Retaliate (Normal physical attack), and Chip Away (Normal physical attack).
Drasna has a level 63 Altaria. It is very weak to Ice attacks, and is weak to Rock, Dragon, and Fairy attacks.
The Altaria's moves are Moonblast (Fairy special attack), Dragon Pulse (Dragon special attack), Cotton Guard (sharply raises user's Defense), and Sing (makes the target go to sleep).
Drasna has a level 65 Noivern. It is very weak to Ice attacks, and is weak to Rock, Dragon, and Fairy attacks.
The Noivern's moves are Air Slash (Flying special attack), Dragon Pulse (Dragon special attack), Flamethrower (Fire special attack), and Super Fang (Normal physical attack).
Radiant Chamber: Champion Diantha
Diantha has a level 64 Hawlucha. It is weak to Electric, Ice, Flying, Psychic, and Fairy attacks.
The Hawlucha's moves are Swords Dance (sharply increases user's Attack stat), Flying Press (Fighting physical attack), X-Scissor (Bug physical attack), and Poison Jab (Poison physical attack).
Diantha has a level 65 Tyrantrum. It is weak to Ice, Fighting, Ground, Dragon, Steel, and Fairy attacks.
The Tyrantrum's moves are Head Smash (Rock physical attack), Earthquake (Ground physical attack), Dragon Claw (Dragon physical attack), and Crunch (Dark physical attack).
Diantha has a level 65 Aurorus. It is very weak to Fighting and Steel moves, and is weak to Water, Grass, Ground, and Rock moves.
The Aurorus's moves are Thunder (Electric special attack), Blizzard (Ice special attack), Light Screen (doubles the user's Special Defense stat if the user is hit with a Special attack), and Reflect (doubles user's Defense stat if the user is hit with a Physical attack).
Diantha has a level 65 Gourgeist. It is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Ghost, and Dark attacks.
The Gourgeist's moves are Trick-or-Treat (makes the target become Ghost type in addition to its original type(s)), Phantom Force (Ghost physical attack), Seed Bomb (Grass physical attack), and Shadow Sneak (Ghost physical attack).
Diantha has a level 66 Goodra. It is weak to Ice, Dragon, and Fairy moves.
The Goodra's moves are Dragon Pulse (Dragon special attack), Muddy Water (Water special attack), Fire Blast (Fire special attack), and Focus Blast (Fighting special attack).
Diantha has a level 68 Gardevoir. She uses the Mega Stone for it, transforming it into Mega Gardevoir. The Mega Gardevoir is weak to Poison, Ghost, and Steel moves.
The Mega Gardevoir's moves are Moonblast (Fairy special attack), Psychic (Psychic special attack), Shadow Ball (Ghost special attack), and Thunderbolt (Electric special attack).
After you become Champion and enter the Hall of Fame, there are still plenty of things to do during the post-game.
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