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|Previous level||Elite 4|
|Next level||Unknown Dungeon|
|Objective||Beat the Champion!|
Champion is the 41st level in Pokémon Tower Defense.
As you enter the Champion's Room, you come face to face with a mind controlled Ash Ketchum. Mewthree, using Ash as a channel, curses you for coming this far and challenges you to a one-on-one battle.However, after beating him, the mind control does not break. Then Joey comes into the room with Ash's Pikachu on his head. Mewthree gets enraged and appears before you and claims that he will take everybody with him by the use of some sort of suicidal attack. Just in the nick of time, Mew appears and tell it that, since it is made from Mew's cells, Mewthree is its child. Mewthree finally finds peace and swears to repay for all the damage it has caused. Then Ash and Joey start a musical act of Pokérap, with all the sprites of the 150 Pokémon appearing in the scene (Mew was not included in the Pokérap).
*Charizard's Flamethrower damages itself also.
- For the Snorlax and Primeape use any Ghost type pokemon with (recommended) Fighting and Psychic type moves. Or just use any move using more time. The rest is easy with a level 90+ Aqua Ringer using Ice Beam and Muddy Water or Hydro Pump.
- If possible, bring all 3 starters at their 3rd evolution (e.g. Venusaur, Charizard, and Blastoise) so you could easily defeat the 3 starters of Ash.
- Use a Level 83 or higher Gengar with Thunder and Psychic. First, Thunder until Primeape comes out. Then use Psychic until Primeape is gone. Use Thunder on Pidgeot. Then use Thunder on Squirtle. Then use Psychic when Bulbasaur comes out. Finally, use Thunder on Charizard until it faints. Don't forget to heal after Pidgeot. Rain Dance is optional. Good Luck!
- You only need a Level 100 Vaporeon with Aqua Ring and Muddy Water.
- First: When choosing the team, make Vaporeon use Aqua Ring.
- Second: When Snorlax (or Others) appear, trade Aqua Ring for Muddy Water.
- Three: Fun!
- OR Have a Level 100 grass type that knows Solarbeam and Leech Life.
- When the level was first released, together with Elite 4 and Unknown Dungeon, a bug would cause the screen to go black a few seconds into the level, essentially freezing the game.
- The setup of this level is the closest PTD has come to a Pokémon battle like in the official Nintendo games.
- The Pokerap music can be heard even if music option is turned OFF
- Although your character says at the end that you should have let him win, losing does not beat the level.