The eight Gym Leaders of the Hanou region.
'A contagious personality.'
Mega stone: Mega Pendant (shown)
Hands out the Hazard Badge and the TM for Poison Gas when defeated
First battle - Lv. 11 Grimer, Lv. 12 Stunky, Lv. 14 Nidoran (male)
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Muk, Lv. 65 Skuntank, Lv. 65 Scolipede, Lv. 63 Gengar, Lv. 64 Seviper, Lv. 67 Nidoking with Nidokinite
A brash and quick-witted metalhead whose gym is on the eastern side of Hanou's largest city. She prefers the company of Pokemon over people, but is secretly freaked out by her dad's Mightyena. Her gym is an intimidatingly large wizard-type tower. The daughter of Virgil and the twin sister of Scott.
'Far from normal.'
Mega stone: Mega Headphones (shown)
Hands out the Rhythm Badge and the TM for Sonic Boom when defeated
First battle - Lv. 15 Whismur, Lv. 13 Kecleon, Lv. 18 Zangoose
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Exploud, Lv. 65 Furret, Lv. 65 Kecleon, Lv. 64 Staraptor, Lv. 63 Bibarel, Lv. 67 Zangoose with Zangosite
A rather introverted Gym Leader and musical prodigy whose gym is on the southwestern side of Hanou's largest city. He's really into synth-based music; his gym is a flashy nightclub where he also DJs. The son of Virgil and twin brother of Joanna.
'The girl that understands life, big or small.'
Mega stone: Mega Satchel (shown on body sprite)
Hands out the Glimmer Badge and the TM for Silver Wind when defeated
First battle - Lv. 20 Ledian, Lv. 20 Swadloon, Lv. 23 Galvantula
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Ledian, Lv. 64 Mothim, Lv. 63 Kricketune, Lv. 65 Vespiquen, Lv. 65 Leavanny, Lv. 67 Galvantula with Galvantulite
A bubbly, curious, emotional and hyperactive girl from a rural town in southern Hanou. Brighter than she lets off, but lacks a great deal of common sense. She thinks Joltik and Galvantula are the most fluffy and adorable Pokemon in the world. Her gym is an enormous treehouse.
'The highest of branches.'
Mega stone: Mega Pin (on collar, hidden by hair)
Hands out the Chloroplast Badge and the TM for Grasswhistle when defeated
First match - Lv. 27 Sunflora, Lv. 28 Exeggutor, Lv. 28 Breloom, Lv. 31 Tangrowth
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 65 Breloom, Lv. 65 Sunflora, Lv. 65 Exeggutor, Lv. 63 Ludicolo, Lv. 63 Shiftry, Lv. 67 Tangrowth with Tangrowthite
The headmaster of The Superior Serperior Children's Academy, a prestigious school of science and battling in northern Hanou. Teemu's parents are incredibly rich and spoiled him as a child, but since he went on a journey in the Hoenn region many years ago, his perspective changed and has since been a generous, down-to-earth guy. His gym is an enormous classroom and greenhouse filled with brain-teasing puzzles, and is part of the academy itself.
'From the fiercest storms come the purest waters.'
Mega stone: Mega Cane (on the top, hidden by hand)
Hands out the Whitewater Badge and the TM for Aqua Ring when defeated
First match - Lv. 34 Poliwhirl, Lv. 35 Sealeo, Lv. 35 Simipour, Lv. 37 Carracosta
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Poliwrath, Lv. 65 Walrein, Lv. 65 Simipour, Lv. 63 Sharpedo, Lv. 64 Cloyster, Lv. 67 Carracosta with Carracostite
An elderly Trainer from a coastal town. In his teenage days, he dreamed of becoming the Champion. With his partner Tirtouga, they challenged and beat every gym leader and gathered eight badges, but were almost killed in Victory Road. Wendell's back sustained heavy injury and forced him to use a cane, and Victory Road became impassable with this disability. His spirit crushed, he returned to his hometown and channeled his anger and sorrow into battling. It took him many years to realize he was happier as a Gym Leader than he ever would be as a Champion. His gym is a subterranean cave hidden behind a waterfall.
'Knowlege is his sword, reason is his shield.'
Mega stone: Mega Tablet (shown)
Hands out the Chivalry Badge and the TM for Mirror Shot when defeated
First match - Lv. 38 Magneton, Lv. 39 Metang, Lv. 40 Doublade, Lv. 40 Klinklang
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Magnezone, Lv. 65 Aegislash, Lv. 65 Metagross, Lv. 64 Bisharp, Lv. 63 Wormadam (Trash Cloak), Lv. 67 Klinklang with Klinklangite
Dalton comes from a long line of Hanouish nobles, the first of which fought for honor with swords and shields five hundred years ago. He's very left-brained and has little tolerance for disorder, but is incredibly intelligent and has a righteous moral compass. He turned a tiny rural town in southern Hanou into a technological paradise almost by himself. His gym is a knightly castle filled with high-tech devices to test the challengers' strength in a variety of ways.
'The one with the heart of the blazing sun.'
Mega stone: Mega Bauble (holds hair back, not shown)
Hands out the Corona Badge and the TM for Lava Plume when defeated
First match - Lv. 46 Magcargo, Lv. 46 Pyroar (Female), Lv. 47 Darmanitan, Lv. 49 Magmortar
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Magcargo, Lv. 65 Pyroar (Female), Lv. 65 Darmanitan, Lv. 64 Camerupt, Lv. 63 Heatmor, Lv. 67 Magmortar with Magmortite
She had just become Gym Leader, but is a powerful trainer nonetheless. After her cousin Bernadette retired, she inherited the Gym and the title of Leader. Scarlett idolizes Flannery from the Hoenn region and has a shirt styled after hers. Her gym is a giant planetarium filled with holograms of stars and supernovae.
'The illusion of darkness, cast by the light.'
Mega stone: Mega Lanyard (on the end of shirt zipper, hidden by arms)
Hands out the Clarity Badge and the TM for Dark Pulse when defeated
First match - Lv. 50 Spiritomb, Lv. 51 Cacturne, Lv. 51 Mandibuzz, Lv. 50 Houndoom, Lv. 53 Mightyena with Mightyenite
Rematch (post Elite 4) - Lv. 64 Spiritomb, Lv. 65 Cacturne, Lv. 65 Mandibuzz, Lv. 64 Houndoom, Lv. 63 Crawdaunt, Lv. 67 Mightyena with Mightyenite
Virgil is a seemingly normal father of two, but once held a position of power in the very corrupt Quadran Order. He has since left to start a family, but still gets nightmares involving the people and Pokemon the order killed during his time there. His history is kept a secret from his kids, Scott and Joanna, but it's only a matter of time until they find out. His gym is a pitch-black room with sound-based puzzles.
Hanou Region: The Hanou League
Nice!Oct 3, 2018
So coolJul 17, 2017
Yay you edited it! Now it makes even more sense! Okay, here is what I think for the Elite Four. (since you know their names already)
Ice Elite Four: Glaceon, Abomasnow, Weavile, Sneasel (Male or Female), Walrein and Cryogonal
Fairy Elite Four: Sylveon, Spritzee, Aromatisse, Floette, Florges, Slurpuff
Ghost Elite Four: Gengar, Phantump, Gourgeist, Cofagrigus, Doublade, Aegislash.
Electric Elite Four: Pikachu, Ampharos, Electivire, Rotom, Jolteon, Manectric.Aug 11, 2015