|Jolteon (Let’s Go Pikachu)||67||Electric|
|Raichu (Let’s Go Eevee)||67||Electric|
Now the tables have turned–you’re the Champion this time, but the battle is very similar to before. Again, your rival leads with Mega Pidgeot. In addition to Air Slash, Heat Wave and Quick Attack, it’s gained U-Turn to deal damage and pivot out. Electric and Rock-types are still the ideal counters, especially the latter.
Afterwards, your rival may send out Rapidash. It can use Flare Blitz, Poison Jab and Quick Attack like before. But now it has Drill Run added to its moveset, which lets it combat otherwise resistant Rock-types. Leaving Water and Ground-types as the only safe counters.
Vileplume, in case you forgot, can use Solar Beam, Sludge Bomb and Reflect. Its new move is Dazzling Gleam, which damages Fighting, Dragon and Dark-types. Which you probably wouldn’t use anyway. Hit it with Fire, Ice, Flying or Psychic-types.
Moving on, we’ve got Marowak. Its old moves are Fire Punch and Brick Break. Meanwhile, its new moves are Earthquake (replacing Bonemerang) and Thunder Punch, to hit Water and Flying-types. That means it can counter pretty much all of its counters. However, it’s not that strong, so you can likely outpower it with a Water or Grass-type.
Slowbro can use Surf, Psychic and Light Screen like last time, and has gained Blizzard to frustrate Grass-types. Electric and Dark-types are the way to go, but you’ll want to act quick before it raises Light Screen, weakening your special attacks.
Finally, if playing Let’s Go Pikachu, your rival can send out Jolteon. This speedster can still use Thunder, Pin Missile and Quick Attack, but now has Shadow Ball added to its moveset. This doesn’t change a lot though. So pound it with a Ground-type if possible.
Otherwise, your rival will bring out his Raichu in Let’s Go Eevee. Its old moves are Thunder, Iron Tail and Quick Attack. Meanwhile, its new move is Brick Break, which can damage Rock-types and removes protective barriers. Similar to Jolteon, a Ground-type would be very useful here, although you’ll need to be cautious if they’re Rock as well.
After defeating your rival once more, you’ll be invited back into the Hall of Fame. Once that’s over, you’ll be taken back outside the Pokémon League, without having to re-watch the credits roll. Oh, but if you wanted to watch the credits again, you could just check YouTube etc.