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Elite 4
E4
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Next level Champion
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Elite 4 is the 40th level in Pokemon Tower Defense.


Description

You arrive at the Indigo Plateau, north of Route 23, where you meet the Elite 4: Lorelei, Koga, Bruno and Lance, standing outside the door. You see Koga and try to talk to him about combining forces, however, he and all of the Elite 4 are controlled by Mewthree, who is waiting in the champion's room for you. After talking to Koga and being shocked that the Elite 4 are controlled by Mewthree, Lance introduces himself and tells you that to fight Mewthree and Ash, you must battle all of them in a row. Instead of giving your support however, he tells you to "Just go home and give up!" and recites Mewthree's dream, "Pokémon will roam the land without humans getting in the way." You get annoyed over this, and after Lance's speech, the battle with the Elite 4 begins!

Layout

Lorelei

Spots: 72 (Per Battle)

Waves: 4 (Per Battle)

Candy: 5 (Per Battle)

Pokémon

Lorelei
Pokémon Move Used Wave
080Slowbro2 Slowbro Freeze All Towers 1, 2, 3, 4
087Dewgong2Dewgong Slippery Floor 2, 3
091Cloyster2Cloyster Brain Freeze 2, 4
124Jynx2Jynx Brain Freeze 2, 4
131Lapras2Lapras Hail 2, 4
Koga
Pokémon Move Used Wave
041Zubat2Zubat Leech Life 1, 2, 3
042Golbat2Golbat Confuse Ray 4
048Venonat2Venonat Sleep Powder 2, 3
049Venomoth2Venomoth Confusion 4
088Grimer2Grimer Acid Armor 4
089Muk2Muk Muk's Gas 1, 2, 3, 4
109Koffing2Koffing Smog 3
110Weezing2Weezing Toxic 4
Bruno
Pokémon Move Used Wave
068Machamp2Machamp Karate Chop 2, 4
095Onix2Onix Rock Throw 2, 4
106Hitmonlee2Hitmonlee Double Kick 2, 4
107Hitmonchan2Hitmonchan Ice Punch, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Mach Punch 1, 2, 3, 4
Lance
Pokémon Move Used Wave
006Charizard2Charizard Flamethrower 3, 4
130Gyarados2130Gyarados3Gyarados Surf 1
142Aerodactyl2Aerodactyl Rock Slide 2
148Dragonair2Dragonair Rain Dance, Twister, Sunny Day 1, 2, 3

149Dragonite2Dragonite

Thunder, Fire Blast, Dragon Pulse 2, 4

Pokémon Appearance (Pattern)

This section is to help people to know where, what and when a Pokémon will appear. There are four rows from where the Elite Four Pokémon will appear (See map in Layout Section). We will call them A, B, C and D (from the upper path to the lower one). Waves will be mentioned from 1 to 4. All are in chronological order.

Lorelei:

Wave 1 (From A to D):

A - 1 Slowbro

B - 1 Slowbro

C - 1 Slowbro

D - 1 Slowbro


Wave 2 (From C to A):

A - One Jynx and One Cloyster

B - One Lapras

C - One Dewgong and Three Slowbro

D - None

Wave 3 (From A to D):

A - One Dewgong

B - One Dewgong

C - One Dewgong

D - One Dewgong

Wave 4 (From C to A):

A - One Cloyster and One Slowbro

B - One Jynx and One Slowbro

C - One Lapras and Two Slowbro

D - None

Koga:

Wave 1:

A - Giant Muk and Six Zubat

B - None

C - None

D - None

Wave 2:

A - Giant Muk and Six Zubat

B - Giant Muk and Three Venonat

C - None

D - None

Wave 3:

A - Giant Muk and Six Zubat

B - Giant Muk and Two Venonat

C - Giant Muk and One Koffing

D - None

Wave 4:

A - Giant Muk and One Golbat

B - Giant Muk and One Venomoth

C - Giant Muk and One Weezing

D - Giant Muk and One Grimer

Bruno (Follows patern of ABCD, just with different Pokémon): 

Wave 1:

A - Hitmonchan (Ice Punch)

B - Hitmonchan (Fire Punch)

C - Hitmonchan (Thunder Punch)

D - Hitmonchan (Mach Punch)

Wave 2:

A - Hitmonlee

B - Machamp

C - Onix

D - Hitmonchan (Mach Punch)

Wave 3:

A - Hitmonchan (Ice Punch)

B - Hitmonchan (Fire Punch)

C - Hitmonchan (Thunder Punch)

D - Hitmonchan (Mach Punch)

Wave 4:

A - Hitmonlee

B - Machamp

C - Onix

D - Hitmonchan (Mach Punch)

Lance (He sends his waves back and forth, repeating the last one of each wave: ABCD-DCBA-ABCD-DCBA): 

Wave 1:

A - Dragonair - Rain Dance

B - Gyarados - Surf

C - Gyarados - Surf

D - Gyarados - Surf

Wave 2:

D - Aerodactyl - Rock Slide

C - Dragonite - Thunder

B - Aerodactyl - Rock Slide

A - Dragonair - Twister

Wave 3:

A - Dragonair - Sunny Day

B - Charizard - Flamethrower

C - Charizard - Flamethrower

D - Charizard - Flamethrower

Wave 4:

D - Dragonite - Fire Blast

C - Dragonite - Fire Blast

B - Dragonite - Dragon Pulse

A - Dragonite - Dragon Pulse

Black Screen

The Black Screen glitch is caused when you defeat Lance. Due to many complaints, Sam fixed the bug. In the Pokémon Center, click Elite 4 Black Screen fix. When you defeat Lance, the black screen won't appear and freeze your game, therefore, the champion level will be unlocked. But due to this fix, you can just skip the Elite 4 if you think it's too hard, and the champion level is easy.

Trivia

  • When this level was originally released, defeating Lance would sometimes result in a black screen that froze the game, preventing completion of the level.
  • Although Koga was not in the original Elite 4, he has taken Agatha's spot in PTD 1.
  • Originally, there was a bug which made your HP go really high, so the challenge was not letting the Elite Four pass, as they would also fail hitting you hard enough. Those who managed to beat the level in time had extreme ease with most of them, except Lorelei ( the bug didn't work on her level and Slippery Floor makes it a challenge anyway).
  • If you go to the Pokémon Center and click on the bug fix button before you enter it, it will work for going to the champion (without even doing the Elite 4 level).
  • This level has the most spots for placing Pokémon down on in PTD 1.

Strategy

Main article: Forum:Elite 4

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