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Elite Four Lorelei

By
Vincent Lau
Pokémon Level Type
"Dewgong" IconDewgong 61 Water/Ice
Alolan "Sandslash" IconSandslash 61 Ice/Steel
"Cloyster" IconCloyster 61 Water/Ice
"Lapras" IconLapras 62 Water/Ice
"Slowbro" IconSlowbro 61 Water/Psychic
"Jynx" IconJynx 61 Ice/Psychic

The icy queen leads with her "Dewgong" IconDewgong. It has Waterfall, Ice Shard and Aqua Jet like before, but can now use Iron Tail. However, this additional move doesn’t really change much. Ideally, you should fight it with strong Electric or Fighting-types.

New to Lorelei’s roster is the Alolan "Sandslash" IconSandslash. Because of its unique typing, it takes massive damage from Fire and Fighting. For attacks, it has Ice Punch and Iron Tail for STAB, Ice Shard to go first, and Earthquake to scare Fire-types. It’s slow so you should be able to one-shot it before it causes any damage.

"Cloyster" IconCloyster gains Poison Jab and Blizzard, on top of its previous Hydro Pump and Spike Cannon. But you shouldn’t be using a Pokémon that Poison Jab is strong against. Like last time, any strong special attacker can do the job; Electric and Grass ones are best.

"Lapras" IconLapras, Lorelei’s strongest Pokémon, can still be a pain to deal with. It can still use Hydro Pump, Blizzard and Dragon Pulse, and has gained Thunder to counter opposing Water-types. Electric and Fighting-types are highly recommended.

"Slowbro" IconSlowbro remains the odd piece of the puzzle, since it’s not an Ice-type. Anyway, it can still use Surf and Psychic, and carries Fire Blast in place of Flamethrower. The biggest change is Yawn, which can cause sleep on the next turn. Electric and Dark-types are the safest choices, especially if they’re special attackers.

Finally, we have "Jynx" IconJynx. It can use Shadow Ball in addition to its original arsenal of Blizzard, Psychic and Lovely Kiss. This allows it to hurt opposing Psychic-types, but we can’t imagine you using one. Go with Fire or Steel-types if possible. Or Rock-types if they’re not weak to Ice.

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms,
    Switch
  • Genre
    RPG
  • Guide Release
    23 November 2018
  • Last Updated
    19 December 2020
    Version History
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau

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Welcome to our strategy guide for Pokemon: Let’s Go!

  • A complete walkthrough with strategies to defeat all the Kanto Gym Leaders and conquer the Pokémon League.
  • Encounter tables for all the wild Pokémon, including the rare Pokémon with undisclosed habitats in the Pokédex.
  • Explanations of all the gameplay mechanics for both beginner trainers and Pokémon Masters.
  • Where to find all the Master Trainers and hidden battles after beating the game.
  • A handy mini-Pokédex containing the key details for all 153 obtainable Pokémon and where to find them.

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