Pokemon Neo SoulSilver
Johto Gym Leader's Synopsis
Kanto Gym Leader's Synopsis
Johto Pokemon League's Synopsis
Violet City's Gym Leader
Lv 12: HootHoot Lv 12: Wingull Lv 14: Staraiva
I've already heard a few complaints about why I took Pidgeotto from Falkner. Well, that because I wanted him with something that could actually put up a fight against the starter...and let's face it...Pidegotto is weaker than Staravia. But no worries, he'll be getting Pidegot in the rematches...once I've edited them.
Azalea Town's Gym Leader
Lv 19: Yanma Lv 17: Surskit Lv 21: Mothim
I know, I know! I took away his signature Pokemon. If make you feel better, he gets Scizor in his rematch (Which I haven't edited yet)
Goldenrod City's Gym Leader
Lv 22: Buneary Lv 25: Miltank Lv 23: Aipom
Yay, this time I kept the signature Pokemon. It's like that from here on out! And Miltank's still a nightmare.
Ercuteak City's Gym Leader
Lv 31: Haunter Lv 32: Misdreavus Lv 33: Drifblim Lv 34: Gengar
One of the hardest battles I had during the beta testing! All of his Pokemon, nightmares.
Cianwood City's Gym Leader
Lv 37: Farfetch'D (Part Fighting) Lv 40: Poliwrath Lv 38: Pinsir (Also part fighting) Lv 39: Hariyama
Strangely enough, Hariyama wass his hardest Pokemon to take down. The rest? Wimps!
Mohogany Town's Gym Leader
Lv 42: Glaile Lv 41: Dewgong Lv 43: Lapras Lv 44: Mamoswine
Mamoswine is almost like his signature Pokemon...It evolves from Piloswine.
Olivine City's Gym Leader
Lv 43: Magneton Lv 42: Mawile Lv 44: Steelix Lv 45: Bronzong
Eh, not might be here strongest Pokemon, but she still has it, right?
Blackthorn City's Gym Leader
Lv 50: Dragonair Lv 51: Milotic Lv 52: Flygon Lv 52: Altaria Lv 53: Kingdra
Hey, no comment on this. It's Perfect.
Okay everybody, keep in mind that way I have the Gym Leaders ordered are the way I recommend you face them in, otherwise, you will be gettin' yer ass handed to. Also, each Kanto Gym Leader have six, uh, Pokemon, with attacks that covers their weakness.
Also, every Kanto Gym Leader is on a higher than the Elite Four, this including Lance, Pokemon. Which I haven't posted yet.
Vermilion City's Gym Leader
Lv: 65 Raichu Lv 63: Electrode Lv 66: Magenzone Lv 64: Manectric Lv 62: Electabuzz Lv 65: Ampharos
Not bad, right? Remember what I said earlier, fight them in this order. I only said fight him first, cuz he's the first gym you'll see once gettin' off the boat, plus he's not all that hard to beat. He's actually the 2nd weakest Kanto Gym Leader, you'll see the first as we carry on...
Fuchsia City's Gym Leader
Lv: 61 Gligar Lv: 63: Weezing Lv 64: Crobat Lv 65: Roserade Lv 64: Venomoth Lv 62: Swalot
Hmmm...Gligar isn't really a poison type on this game, but it can learn Poison Fang on this hack, and even a couple more Poison-Type attack. Mostly, the really why I gave it to her was Gligar's body sorta remind of those hang glinder things ninjas use to fly on.
Cerulean City's Gym Leader
Lv 68: Azumarill Lv 67: Corsola Lv 69: Relicanth Lv 69: Starmie Lv 68: Mantine Lv 70: Vaporeon
Well, there's Misty team...Yeah, I know it's weird I gave her a Relicanth, but I wanted to give her a water-type with a lot of attack-power that isn't swampert or feraligatr...or Floatzel!
Pewter City's Gym Leader
Lv 69: Armaldo Lv69: Cradily Lv 70: Omastar Lv 71: Aerodactyl Lv 70: Kabutops Lv 68: Sudowoodo
Well, Brock's team consist of nothing, but fossil Pokemon, with the exception of Sudowoodo...I would of gave him Rampardos and Bastiodon, but you can only carry six on you.
Celadon City's Gym Leader
Lv 72: Jumpluff Lv 71: Cherrim Lv 72: Tangrowth Lv 74: Bellossom Lv 73: Leafeon Lv 71: Sunflora
Eh, I really can't think of anything to say about this team, it's just a team of cute Grass-Type Pokemon; see, that her gimmick here.
Saffron City's Gym Leader
Lv 75: Claydol Lv 76: Metagross Lv 76: Alakazam Lv 77: Gallade Lv 76: Espeon Lv 76: Porygon-Z (Part Psychic-Type)
Now, this is a VERY hard battle, as Alakazam will use Barrier and Calm Mind combat and then blast you with Psychic...She DOES THIS EVERYTIME! I lost to her about 5 times...my Pokemon were around level 65 or so when I first came, but I did eventually defeated her...without training; just had do a new stragedy involving my Furret's Yawn!
Seaform Cavern's Gym Leader
Lv 77: Magmar Lv 80: Flareon Lv 79: Rapidash Lv 81: Magmortar Lv 79: Ninetails Lv 78: Magcargo
This wasn't a hard battle, just don't let Magmar get Sunny Day off at the beginning. One reason, because it's holding Heat Rock, which make Sunny Day stay out for a long while and two, because every Pokemon on his team has Solarbeam...except for Magmortar, how has something WAY more horrible and I'm not talking Thunderbolt either, also, it's holding Expert Belt.
Viridian City's Gym Leader
Lv 82: Pidgeot Lv 82: Arcanine Lv 83: Rhyperior Lv 85: Blastoise Lv 83: Umbreon Lv 84: Electivire
Obviously, this team is based of the anime. Arcanine, Blastoise, Electivire and Umbreon from the anime! Rhyperior from the manga (Based off what I know from) and I guess, Pidegot, cuz I like Pidegot! I have to admit, he isn't very hard...not in the least bit. His goons on the other hand are on different level (Lower than him, but you get me) they're harder, I don't know why, but they are.
Now, finally moving on to the Elite Four and Champion portion of this walkthrough. Today, I'll be revealing their Pokemon and what exact item their Pokemon hold, you know...to give you that slight edge.
Keep in mind, every member of the Elite Four has the traditional of 5 Pokemon on their team, with the exception of Lance. All their Pokemon have attacks they can use to protect them from Pokemon strong against them. Okay, enough with talking, how about move on to the first member, Will, and see what Pokemon he uses.
Elite Four Match 1: User of Psychic Types
Lv 53: Xatu (Wacan Berry) Lv 54: Lunatone (Wise Glasses) Lv 54: Solrock (Muscle Band) Lv 55: Gardevoir (Expert Belt) Lv 56: Slowking (Leftovers)
Not bad, right? Lunatone and Solrock both hold attack-boost items in which most their offensive stat excels in. Hmm...that's pretty all that I can think of to say. Oh, you know how Will's character is that of a magician, well Gardevoir serves as his beautiful assistance...that why I gave him one..get it...well, moving on...
Elite Four Match 2: User of Poison Types
Lv 55: Tentacruel (Leftovers) Lv 57: Toxicroak (Payapa Berry) Lv 56: Seviper (Scope Lens) Lv 57: Muk (Black Sludge) Lv 58: Venusaur (Lum Berry)
A quite diverse team, if I say so myself...Though, I'm still not really sure why I gave him a Tentacruel...I know it's part Poison Type...But doesn't really feel like a Poison Type and it certainly doesn't feel very ninjay...To be honest neither does Muk, but actually feel like a Poison Type...Whatever, moving on.
Elite Four Match 3: User of Fighting Types
Lv 57: Hitmontop (Muscle Band) Lv 57: Floatzel (Focus Sash) Lv 57: Breloom (Coba Berry) Lv 59: Machamp (Leftovers) Lv 60: Lucario (Focus Sash)
Yeah, I know what you're saying 'Why the hell is Floatzel there?' Well, first of all, on this mod, when Buizel evolves into Floatzel it become part Fighting Type; Just so you know, Buizel is still pure Water-Type. Floatzel always felt like a Fighting Type to me...And I'm not saying that cuz it can learn attacks such as: Bulk Up, Focus Blast, Focus Punch, and Brick Break. Nope, that's not the reason at all...Honest. As for his team...Well, Machamp still has No Guard...Apparently...
Elite Four Match 4: User of Dark Types
Lv 60: Huntail (Quick Claw) Lv 61: Umbreon (Leftovers) Lv 62: Houndoom (Power Herb) Lv 61: Honchkrow (Razor Claw) Lv 60: Skuntank (Wise Glasses)
Yeah, yeah...The reason Huntail's there is because it part Dark-Type on here. Interestingly enough, her hardest Pokemon isn't really Houndoom, it's actually Skuntank. You see, her Skuntank has the ability to use Nasty Plot and trust me when I say she uses it to her advantage. While holding Wise Glasses and using Nasty Plot once, she can usually knock out your Pokemon with one attack; well, that what she did to me why I was testing the game out. Now moving on to the champion on the game.
Johto League Champion: User of Dragon 'Like' Pokemon
Lv 61: Gyarados (Wacan Berry)
Lv 62: Aggron (Focus Sash)
Lv 62: Tyranitar (Chople Berry)
Lv 63: Salamence (Yache Berry)
Lv 63: Charizard (Petaya Berry)
Lv 64: Dragonite (Enigma Berry)
I found this team to be very hard...seriously. it took some serious strategizing to beat this team. First of all, Gyarados pretty much kills your electric type, cuz it survives an electric type attack from a electric type pokemon and then turns around a kills it with earthquake. Aggron and Tyranitar are pretty much easy, but Charizard and Salamence's just straight up hard. Charizard has an attack that can get rid of Tyranitar's Sand Stream and Salamence just straight [censored] you with Outrage and NEVER hits itself with confusion...Eh, Dragonite's just in between, it's neither hard or easy...it's just...there.
I also tried my best, well, to my knowledge, of integrating some WIFI like items, such as stragedy items (not Battle Scarfs...I don't think the computer's AI smart enough to use them correctly, I've got to look into them) in important battles; ya know against Team Rocket admin or fights against Gym Leaders.
Also, when fighting gym leaders, member of the elite four and even team rocket admins, some of there Pokemon sometime uses Type-weakening berries, with the exception Falkner, his Pokemon only hold Oran Berries and Sitrus Berry.
Gym Leader, Elite Four and Champion rematches has completely edited and should be on this version.
This concludes my complete Johto League battle walkthrough...