Pokemon Scarlet and Violet How To Get To Pokemon League

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet How To Get To Pokemon League
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As a traditional ending to Pokemon games, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet let you participate in the Pokemon League once you are done with the main quest. The Pokemon League takes place in the Pokemon center, where you are pitted against the Elite Four: Four of the most powerful trainers in Paldea.

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However, with such a huge map of Paldea, players often find it difficult to navigate their way to the Pokemon Center. If you’re also one of those players who has lost their way while heading toward the Pokemon League, then you’ve landed on the right page!

How To Get To The Pokemon League

The Pokemon League will take place in the Pokemon Centre around Mesogoza (West), the major city of Paldea. To reach the Pokemon Centre, head northwest from the city center, right towards a red sandwich shop. You will see some stairs ahead and a large open gate leading to a tunnel. Once you enter the tunnel, your character will automatically be taken to the path.

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From there, all you need to do is follow the grassy path, and the Pokemon Centre will be in view. When you reach the Pokemon Centre, the gatekeeper will ensure that you have eight Gym Badges before letting you in. Here, you will have to undergo an interview to be allowed permission into the Pokemon League.

Pokemon League Assessment Questions And Answers

Once you are inside the Pokemon Centre, approach the desk and take a seat in front of Rick, who will ask you some questions. If you are able to pass this interview, you will be allowed to face the Elite Four. If not, you will have to repeat the assessment by going in front of Rika. Without further adieu, here are the answers to all the questions in order to take on the Elite Four:

How did you get here today?Choose any
What Academy are you enrolled in?Naranja for Scarlet / Uva for Violet
What brings you to the Pokemon League today?I came to become a Champion
What do you intend to do if and when you become a Champion?Choose any – but remember your choice.
Which of the eight Gyms gave you the most difficulty?Choose any
What is the name of the Gym Leader you faced there?Choose based on the gym you choose
What type of Pokemon did the Gym Leader use?Choose based on the Gym Leader you choose
What was the category of the Pokemon you chose to be your first partner?Choose based on your Starter Pokemon
Remind me, what do you intend to do if and when you do become a Champion?Repeat the answer for question 4
Do you like Pokemon?Yes

Just follow this list of answers, and you should be good to go. Bare in mind that it is possible to fail this interview so if you deviate from these answers, choose the ones that are the most suitable for a higher chance of passing.

Warm-Up Options

When heading towards the Pokemon Centre, if you feel like warming up before you face the Elite Four, you can explore a few options. There are two trainers that will appear on your way to the Pokemon Centre.

Jaxon The Student 

The first trainer is Jaxon the student, who will use a level 14 Meowth to engage you in combat if you choose to battle him. He is relatively easy to beat as he does not have a high-level Pokemon.

Cabbie Paco

The second trainer you can choose to engage is Cabbie Paco, who will use three Pokemon: Level 56 Krookodile, Level 56 Bronzong, and Level 56 Ceruledge. As you may have deduced, this trainer will be substantially more difficult to beat than Jaxon the Student, so be careful if you choose to battle him. 

Final Thoughts

The Pokemon League has been a part of Pokemon games for quite some time. To participate in the Pokemon League, head over to the Pokemon Centre by following a northwest path from the town center. While you will be faced with a few cutscenes and interviews before you can take part in the League, it is definitely worth it.

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