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In the spin-off games
 
== 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]]===
[[File:Ritchie Puzzle League.png|250px|thumb|Ritchie VS. Screen]]
{{softredirect|Ritchie}}
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===[[Lorelei]] ===
[[File:Lorelei Puzzle League.png|250px|thumb|Lorelei VS. Screen]]
{{softredirect|Lorelei}}
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===[[Bruno]]===
[[File:Bruno Puzzle League.png|250px|thumb|Bruno VS. Screen]]
{{softredirect|Bruno}}
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===[[Gary Oak]]===
[[File:Gary Oak Puzzle League.png|250px|thumb|Gary VS. Screen]]
{{softredirect|Gary Oak}}
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=== {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} ===
 
 
In {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}, there is a group composed of powerful 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.