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Elite Four

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In the games: I still plan to make some adjustments later. So...
In the games, they use strong {{cat|medicine}} items in battles. In [[Generation II]], they use [[Max Potion]]s, and from [[Generation III]] onwards, they use [[Full Restore]]s.
 
==In the main games==
===Indigo Elite Four===
At the [[Indigo Plateau]] — the site of the Pokémon League in [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] — the Elite Four must be battled in a fixed order.
| style="background:#{{flying color}}; {{roundybr|5px}}" | {{MSP|628|Braviary}}{{MSP|701|Hawlucha}}{{MSP|741|Oricorio}}<br>{{MSP|630|Mandibuzz}}{{MSP|733|Toucannon}}
|}{{-}}
 
== In the spin-off games ==
 
=== Pokémon Puzzle League ===
 
[[Pokémon Puzzle League]] features its own Elite Four: [[Ritchie]], [[Lorelei]], [[Bruno]], and {{Gary}}. Gary serves as the leader of the Elite Four and the Puzzle League Champion.
 
* [[Ritchie]]
** [[Sparky]]
** [[Zippo]]
** {{DL|Ritchie|Happy}}
 
* [[Lorelei]]
** {{TP|Lorelei|Cloyster}}
** {{p|Dewgong}}
** {{p|Poliwhirl}}
 
* [[Bruno]]
** {{TP|Bruno|Onix}}
** {{p|Hitmonchan}}
** {{p|Primeape}}
 
* [[Gary Oak]]
** {{p|Kingler}}
** {{TP|Gary|Arcanine}}
** {{p|Nidoqueen}}
 
=== {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} ===
 
 
In {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}, there is a group composed of four members called the [[Grand Masters]] who are the counterpart of the Elite Four in these games.
Players who defeat them receive the Legendary Cards.
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==In the anime==
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