First Eliete Four:
(They double battle, the female pokemon are Jennys and the Male's are Allans)
2nd Eliete Four:
3rd Elite Four:
4th Eliete Four:
I'll post my gym leaders later. Post yours here and i'll add them to this list.
Gym 1: Uses Normal types. No real strategy. A guy.
Gym 2: Uses Grass types. Relies on Sunny Day. A guy.
Gym 3: Uses Rock types. No real strategy. A guy.
Gym 4: Uses Water types. Relies on Rain Dance. A girl.
Gym 5: Uses Bug types. No real strategy. A girl.
Gym 6: Uses Psychic types. No real strategy. A guy.
Gym 7: Uses Flying types. Relies on messing with accuracy. A guy.
Gym 8: Uses Fire types. Relies on Sunny Day. A girl.
Gym 9: Uses Normal and Fighting. Relies on all-out attack. A guy.
Gym 10: Uses Ghosts. Relies on Mean Look, Curse, and Protect. A guy.
Gym 11: Uses Pokemon that are able to change types in battle. A girl.
Gym 12: Uses Psychic and Dark types. No real strategy. A guy.
Gym 13: Uses Ground types. Relies on Sandstorm for Sp.Def boost. A girl.
Gym 14: Uses Dragons. No real strategy. A girl.
Gym 15: Uses Electric and Fire types. No real strategy. A guy.
Gym 16: Uses Dark-Types. Relies on speed, luck, and flinch-hax. A guy.
Elite Four 1 (M): A Hail Team. They all have Blizzard.
Elite Four 2 (F): A Sandstorm Team. Has a Garchomp
that will spam Double Team to screw with you.
Elite Four 3 (M): A Sunny Day Team. Mixes up Grass and Fire Pokemon.
Elite Four 4 (F): A Rain Dance Team. Has Surf, Thunder, Toxic, and Protect ready for you.
Champion(s!): A double-battle against inseparable twins. Mix team. Twin one is a girl, and mostly is attack. Twin two is a boy, and is mostly support.
Their teams are a ying-yang. The girl uses Dark and Ghosts, and the boy uses Psychic and Fighting.
Gym 1 (M): Fire
Gym 2 (F): Electric
Gym 3 (M): Grass
Gym 4 (F): Fighting
Gym 5 (M): Dark
Gym 6 (F): Psychic
Gym 7 (M): Normal
Gym 8 (F): Dragon
E4 1 (M) Ground
E4 2 (M) Ice
E4 3 (F) Poison
E4 4 (F) Rock
Champion (M) Various
Shane, Gym Leader number one. Specializes in Dark-types. Hands out the Dusk Badge and the Embargo TM.
Nikole, Gym Leader number two. Specializes in Electric-types. Hands out the Electro Badge and the Charge Beam TM.
Ashton, Gym Leader number three. Specializes in Fire-types. Hands out the Wildfire Badge and the Overheat TM.
Giosetta, Gym Leader number four. Specializes in Ghost-types. Hands out the Shadow Badge and the Shadow Ball TM.
Vinnie, Gym Leader number five. Specializes in Grass-types. Hands out the Synthesis Badge and the Energy Ball TM.
Rochelle, Gym Leader number six. Specializes in Rock-types. Hands out the Mantle Badge and the Rock Slide TM.
Whitaker, Gym Leader number seven. Specializes in Normal-types. Hands out the Square Badge and the Facade TM.
Amelia, Gym Leader number eight. Specializes in Flying-types. Hands out the Limitless Badge and the Acrobatics TM.
The Elite Four FIVE are quintuplets who each specialize in a Stat. They take turns being Champion. The order goes Michelle > Michael > Mick > Michelangelo > Michalina, so the first one you face is Michelle.
Michelle specializes in Speed.
Michael specializes in Attack.
Mick specializes in Special Attack.
Michelangelo specializes in Defense and Special Defense.
Michalina specializes in HP.
Gym 1: Flying-Type/Gus/Vapor Badge
Gym 2: Dark-Type/Shannon/Shadow Badge
Gym 3: Poison-Type/Coby/Venom Badge
Gym 4: Ice-Type/Teresa/Frost Badge
Gym 5: Grass-Type/Forrest/Woods Badge
Gym 6: Bug-Type/Charlotte/Larva Badge
Gym 7: Steel-Type/Stella/Ore Badge
Gym 8: Ground-Type/Earl/Gravity Badge
Never thought of an E4 though.
Gym Leader 1: Eric-"The Cool Lifeguard"-he specializes in Water. Signature Pokemon is Lapras
Gym Leader 2: Jill-"The Young Genius"-she specializes in Psychic. Signature Pokemon is Gardevoir
Gym Leader 3: Kathy-"The Flamboyant Chic"-she specializes in Fire. Signature Pokemon is Darmanitan
Gym Leader 4: Grum-"The Tough Worker"-he specializes in Ground. Signature Pokemon is Mamoswine
Gym Leader 5: Johny-"The Black-belt Master"-he specializes in Fighting. Signature Pokemon is Hitmonchan
Gym Leader 6: Timothy-"The Ace Explorer"-he specializes in Grass. Signature Pokemon is Lilligant
Gym Leader 7: Sarah-"The Gothic Prodigy"-she specializes in Dark. Signature Pokemon is Gothitelle
Gym Leader 8: Agatha Jr.-"The Spirit Caster"-she specializes in Ghost. Signature Pokemon is Sableye
Elite 4: Lt. Surge-"The Lightning American!"-he, as before, specializes in Electric. Signature Pokemon is Raichu
Elite 4: Lance Sr.-"The Dragon Master"-he specializes in Dragon. Signature Pokemon is Salamence
Elite 4: Candice-"The Diamond-Dust Lady"-she, as before, specializes in Ice. Signature Pokemon is Frostlass.
Elite 4: Soran-"The Soaring Majesty"-she specializes in Flying. Signature Pokemon is Mandibuzz
Champion: Your Rival (Ben)-Uses a variety of types. Signature Pokemon is the one strongest to your starter.
Gym 1: Lucas from England (Normal) Sentret
Gym 2: Krishna from India (Dark) Houndoor & Sableye
Gym 3: Amirah from Indonesia (Water) Qwilfish
Gym 4: Romeu from Brazil (Bug) Pinsir
Gym 5: Maxxie from Germany (Steel) Lairon
Gym 6: Abdul from Saudi Arabia (Ground) Claydol
Gym 7: Courtney from USA (Poison) Seviper
Gym 8 Calix from Greece (Rock) Graveler
Sonja from Norway (Ice) Glalie
Hakim from Ethiopia (Grass) Cacturne
Natsuko from Japan (Electric) Raichu
Osiris from Egypt (Ghost) Gengar
Gym Leader 1 - Trevor: Grass trainer Bellsprout
(Level 11) Sewaddle
(Level 12) Lombre
Gym Leader 2 - Zack: Electric Trainer Blitzle
(Level 17 Magnemite
(Level 17) Electrike
Gym Leader 3 - Brandt: Fire Trainer Numel
(Level 20) Litwick
(Level 21) Houndour
(Level 21) Magmar
Gym Leader 4 - Irene: Ice Trainer Spheal
(Level 26) Vanillish
(Level 26) Sneasel
(Level 27) Jynx
Gym Leader 5 - Dustin: Ground Trainer Hippopotas
(Level 30) Quagsire
(Level 31) Gligar
Marowak (Level 32)
Gym Leader 6 - Freeman: Normal Trainer Granbull
(Level 33) Girafarig
(Level 34) Bouffalant
Gym Leader 7 – Sophia: Ghost Trainer
Misdreavous (Level 40) Lampent
(Level 40) Dusclops
Cofagrigus (Level 43)
Gym Leader 8 – Krystal: Psychic Trainer Starmie
(Level 44) Sigilyph
(Level 45) Reuniclus
(Level 45) Alakazam
Clark - Steel Trainer
Ferrothron (Level 51)
Aggron (Level 52) Skarmory
Escavilier (Level 53) Metagross
Bill - Bug Trainer Scolipede
Heracross (Level 52) Armaldo
(Level 52) Galvantula
Scizor (Level 54)
Fiona - Water Trainer Vaporeon
(Level 51) Tentacruel
(Level 52) Carracosta
(Level 52) Ludicolo
(Level 53) Empoleon
Corey - Dark Trainer Weavile
(Level 51) Honchkrow
(Level 52) Krookodile
(Level 52) Scrafty
Tyranitar (Level 54)
Gym 1: Normal specialist, name was Beau I think, was a cowboy and used a pre-evolution of Miltank
that I created. Gave out some TM from Gen 3 or 4.
Gym 2: Bug specialist, don't remember name, used Pinsir (or the pre-evo I created) and another bug, weakness was that his team didn't actually know any Bug moves expect for the TM which may have been Fury Cutter.
First Gym - Poison
Second Gym - Rock
Third Gym - Electric
Fourth Gym - Ground
Fifth Gym - Flying
Sixth Gym - Ice
Seventh Gym - Dragon
Eight Gym - Steel
Elite Four - Ice Bug and Ghost
Elite Four - Fire Water and Grass
Elite Four - Dark Psychic and Fighting
Elite Four - Mixed: Double Battle
Champion - Normal Type
The plot was about the evil team trying to take over the league. After defeating the champion, you discover that the elite four were actually part of the evil team. You and the champion take them down, but he informs you that you didn't technically beat the league, so you're not the new champion. Looker then comes to you and informs you that the evil team has fled to some distant islands. You and the champion travel there, and you take on the league. (It's like you're in a whole new region, and you can still sail back to the first one) After defeating the league, the champion informs you that he has found the secret base of the evil team. You both storm the base, take down the evil team, and save the elite four, who it turns out was kidnapped and held in the base. You then return to your region, able to finally take on the true elite four and claim your title as champion.
Ninth Gym - Grass
Tenth Gym - Water
Eleventh Gym - Fire
Twelth Gym - Fighting
Thirteenth Gym - Psychic
Fourteenth Gym - Ghost
Fifteenth Gym - Bug
Sixteenth Gym - Dark
Elite Four - Mixed: Triple Battle
Elite Four - Mixed: Defense Based Pokemon
Elite Four - Mixed: Attack Based Pokemon
Elite Four - Mixed: Fast Pokemon
Champion - Normal
1 Landon / ドロキ Doroki
Gym: Mimoasis City
Name Origin: From land. His Japanese name comes from doronoki, the Japanese poplar; doronoki literally means "mud tree".
#2 Krysta / ホタル Hotaru
Gym: Beetlegeuse City
Name origin: From chrysalis. Her Japanese name comes from Scirpus hotarui, a type of bulrush; hotaru also means "firefly".
#3 Jules & Verne / カキとフユ Kaki & Fuyu
Gym: Castorite City
Type: Fire (Jules) / Ice (Verne)
Name origin: A play on the name of author Jules Verne; Jules comes from joule, a unit of energy, while Verne comes from invierno, spanish for "winter". Their Japanese names come from Diospyros kaki 'Fuyu', a cultivar of Japanese persimmon; kaki means "summer" and fuyu means "winter".
#4 Sarina / キリコ Kiriko
Gym: Pollutox City
Name origin: From sarin, a nerve gas. Her Japanese name comes from kiri, the empress tree; kiri also means "fog" or "mist".
#5 Faith / ワカナ Wakana
Gym: Rigelica Town
Name origin: Self-explanatory. Her Japanese name comes from wakame, a type of edible seaweed; it is a play on wakka meaning "halo".
#6 Tristan / アラシ Arashi
Gym: Placidusk City
Name origin: Means "clamor" or "tumult" as well as being similar to the word for "sadness" in many languages. His Japanese name comes from tagarashi, the cursed buttercup; arashi can also mean "storm" or "raising havoc".
#7 Ivan / リュゴ Ryugo
Gym: Dracapella City
Name origin: From wyvern. His Japanese name comes from ryūgō, apple tree; it is a play on ryū meaning "dragon".
#8 Bronson, Sylvia, & Dorian / カイド Kaido, ギンコ Ginko, & キンジ Kinji
Gym: Protrion City
Name origin: Their names come from bronze, silver, and doré (French for "golden"), respectively. Bronson's Japanese name comes from kaidō, the hall crabapple, and is a play on dō meaning "copper" or "bronze". Sylvia's Japanese name comes from gingko, and is a play on gin meaning "silver". Dorian's Japanese name comes from kinshibai, St. John's wort, and is a play on kin meaning "gold".
#1 Blake / ジュン Jun
Name origin: From blank. His Japanese name comes from junsai, the water-shield; jun also means "pure".
#2 Ariel / ツバキ Tsubaki
Name origin: From aerial. Her Japanese name comes from tsubaki, the Japanese camellia; it is a play on tsubasa meaning "wing".
#3 Harland / イヅタ Izuta
Name origin: From harlequin and garland. His Japanese name comes from kizuta meaning "ivy".
#4 Alexis / ヒバリ Hibari
Name origin: From electric. Her Japanese name comes from hiba, the Japanese cypress; it is a play on hibana meaning "spark" and hikari meaning "light".
#5 Victoria / サイカチ Saikachi
Name origin: From victorious. Her Japanese name comes from saikachi, the honey locust; it is a play on psychic and kachi meaning "victory".