Check on the water dripping from the wall to get a Fresh Water. Once caught in the Power Plant, Zapdos might rare spawn on Routes 1-4, 6-8, 10-19 and 21-25. Once again, it manifests in the wild as a with some painfully low spawning rates. To reach the other end of the tunnel in , , , and , a series of puzzles involving using to move boulders need to be solved. Go north and go up the ladder. Go south from there to find a Max Revive.
Go north and down the ladder. Beyond that we also explain , , a quick collection of our best to get you off to a great start, and finally what we know about the too. The list below is organized by Pokedex number so players can easily find the specific rare Pokemon they are looking for. The one on the left is Ace Trainer Colby, who has a level 47 Electrode, a level 47 Kingler, a level 48 Rhydon, and a level 47 Pidgeot. Just head up to the top left of see our step-by-step instructions at the for the specifics where you find the Police Officer that heals your team. Go east from there, then go south when you can. Push it into the nearby hole.
Pokémon Let's Go: Entrance level 1F - ladders, available Pokémon, items and trainers At the top of 1F you'll notice two items behind a pushable rock, but however you push the rock you'll only be able to reach one of them or the other. If you are ready, save the game, then go north from the Indigo Plateau lobby to challenge the Elite Four! You get 4800 Pokédollars and 5 Ultra Balls for winning. Moltres is weak against Water Type moves - something Blastoise has a lot of. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here. Blastoise is a powerful Water Type and its base form, Squirtle, is easy to find and capture.
Go west past the Ace Trainer and go south down the ramp. If you are ready, save the game, then go north from the Indigo Plateau lobby to challenge the Elite Four! Here you can battle Ace Trainer George, who has a level 48 Scyther and a level 47 Marowak. Go west from the ladder and check on the rock formation to find a hidden Mighty Candy. Victory Road 2F, part 2 Check the rocks northeast of the ladder to find a hidden Pretty Wing near the stone column. Victory Road 3F Go north from the ladder, then east, then south. Both Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee show up on Victory Road, one of the final areas of the game, as a rare wild encounter.
Push the stone left once, then down once, then left twice onto the pressure pad. Here is where players can find all of the rare spawn Pokemon in the game. The main new puzzle type to be aware of, by the way, is a new kind of rock-pushing puzzle. Push the tall block to the left twice. Victory Road 3F, part 3 Go south from the ladder to find a Full Restore. Go east from the entrance and push the tall stone onto the switch. Otherwise, take a peek achu at our , Let's Go's , along with , and too.
Heal up, then drop down the ladder in the top left there to the walled-off section in the top-left of. There is also a Super Nerd to the left of the Poké Mart who will give you an Alolan Exeggutor in exchange for an Exeggutor. Moltres Can Be Found In Victory Road. You get 1840 Pokédollars and 3 Poké Balls for winning. Or you can just close the game without saving, and try again. Go west from the Tamer to find a Full Restore.
Go west past the Ace Trainer and go south down the ramp. The second one, that's blocking off the Poké Maniac and the ladder on the square platform in the bottom right, can only be lowered by first dropping a stone from 3F down the hole to this floor. Victory Road 1F In Victory Road, you can encounter Machop, Machoke, Rhydon, and others. Go north from here, then go to the left. You can use Sky Dash to fly to Indigo Plateau any time. With Moltres caught, follow our instructions above to get to the exit, and once you've gathered any items, Pokémon, or trainer battle victories that you fancy along the way, you're all done. You can change your Party pokémon throughout the Elite Four challenge, but you can't leave the Elite Four area until you have defeated all the trainers or until you yourself are defeated.
When you do, it'll lower a nearby stone wall blocking your path, allowing you to proceed. Using Pokemon with these Types and moves will help bring Moltres down quickly. You get 2208 Pokédollars and 3 Poké Balls for winning. Players should also try to get a of 31+ if they want the best chances of finding rare Pokemon. To the left, there is a Leaf Stone.