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Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Gym Leader rematch guide: All teams & new levels

Here’s a guide to rematching the Gym Leaders in Scarlet and Violet complete with their Pokemon and new levels.

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Pokemon Scarlet Violet Gym Leader Larry

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet players who are looking for a new challenge can rematch all of the Gym Leaders in the game. This time they’ll have tougher teams, so here’s a guide to their new Pokemon and levels.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet offer Trainers a ton of challenges to keep busy. Whether it’s completing the three main story paths, exploring Area Zero, or enjoying the Ranked Battle Stadium, there’s always something to do.

The Gym Leader challenge is one of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s main attractions as a traditional feature. Luckily, the Scarlet and Violet post-game allows players to rematch the Gym Leaders across Paldea, only this time they’ll have much stronger teams.

Here’s a guide to rematching Gym Leaders in Scarlet and Violet with a view of their new Pokemon teams.

Cortondo – Bug Gym Leader Katy

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Katy
  • Lokix – Bug / Dark – Level 65
  • Forretress – Bug / Steel – Level 65
  • Heracross – Bug / Fighting – Level 65
  • Spidops – Bug – Level 65
  • Ursaring – Normal – Bug Tera Type – Level 66

Artazon – Grass Gym Leader Brassius

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Brassius
  • Lilligant – Grass – Level 65
  • Breloom – Grass / Fighting – Level 65
  • Tsareena – Grass – Level 65
  • Arboliva – Grass / Normal – Level 65
  • Sudowoodo – Rock – Grass Tera Type – Level 66

Levincia – Electric Gym Leader Iono

Iono and Bellibolt Pokemon Scarlet Violet
  • Kilowattrel – Electric / Flying – Level 65
  • Bellibolt – Electric – Level 65
  • Electrode – Electric – Level 65
  • Luxray – Electric – Level 65
  • Mismagius – Ghost – Electric Tera Type – Level 66

Cascarrafa – Water Gym Leader Kofu

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Kofu
  • Veluza – Water / Psychic – Level 65
  • Pelipper – Water / Flying – Level 65
  • Wugtrio – Water – Level 65
  • Clawitzer – Water – Level 65
  • Crabominable – Fighting / Ice – Water Tera Type – Level 66

Medali – Normal Gym Leader Larry

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Larry
  • Oinkologne – Normal – Level 65
  • Komala – Normal – Level 65
  • Braviary – Normal / Flying – Level 65
  • Dudunsparce – Normal – Level 65
  • Staraptor – Flying / Normal – Normal Tera Type – Level 66

Montenevera – Ghost Gym Leader Ryme

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Ryme
  • Banette – Ghost – Level 65
  • Mimikyu – Ghost / Fairy – Level 65
  • Spiritomb – Ghost / Dark – Level 65
  • Houndstone – Ghost – Level 65
  • Toxtricity – Poison / Electric – Ghost Tera Type – Level 66

Alfornada – Psychic Gym Leader Tulip

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Tulip
  • Farigiraf – Normal / Psychic – Level 65
  • Gardevoir – Psychic / Fairy – Level 65
  • Espartha – Psychic – Level 65
  • Gallade – Psychic / Fighting – Level 65
  • Florges – Fairy – Psychic Tera Type – Level 66

Glaseado – Ice Gym Leader Grisha

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leader Grisha
  • Frosmoth – Ice / Bug – Level 65
  • Beartic – Ice – Level 65
  • Cetitan – Ice – Level 65
  • Weavile – Ice / Dark – Level 65
  • Altaria – Flying / Dragon – Ice Tera Type – Level 66

How to unlock the Academy Ace Tournament in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Defeating all of the Gym Leaders in a rematch is the only way to unlock the Academy Ace Tournament in Scarlet and Violet.

Paldean Champion Geeta will be busy setting up the Ace Tournament with Nemona, so you’ll have to rematch the Gym Leaders in her place.

Considering the Ace Tournament can provide Trainers with valuable rewards, going through and rematching the Gym Leaders is a worthwhile task. You can take the rematches in any order.


For more, find out how to get League Points in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet and spend them crafting TMs at TM Machines.

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