All Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders

You may be wondering about the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet gym leaders. Who are they?, what types of Pokemon do they specialise in? Which order is best?

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet bring players to a brand-new region called Paldea. Introducing everyone to the ninth generation of Pokemon including LeChonk, Smoliv, and Klawf. Looking for information on all Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leaders? We’ve got you covered.

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders

Gym leaders can be tackled in any order in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. In most Pokemon games. There’s always been a set order when battling the gym leaders, with the occasional fork in the road. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are fully hands-off, letting you decide what route to take.

Here’s a breakdown of each one in level order, titled by the area they are found in:

1: Cortondo

Katy, One of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderKaty
Gym SpecialtyBug-type
PokémonNymble Lv.14 (Bug)
Tarountula Lv.14 (Bug)
Teddiursa Lv.15 (Normal/Bug-Tera)
Recommended TypesFire, Flying, Rock

2: Artazon

Brassius, One of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderBrassius
Gym SpecialtyGrass-type
PokémonPetilil Lv.16 (Grass)
Smoliv Lv. 16 (Grass/Normal)
Sudowoodo Lv.17 (Rock/Grass-Tera)
Recommended TypesBug, Fire, Flying, Ice, Poison

3: Levincia

, One of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderIono
Gym SpecialtyElectric-type
PokémonWattrel Lv.23 (Electric/Flying)
Bellibolt Lv.23 (Electric)
Luxio Lv.23 (Electric)
Mismagius (Ghost/Electric-Tera)
Recommended TypesGround, Ice, Rock

4: Cascarrafa

Kofu, one of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderKofu
Gym SpecialtyWater-type
PokémonVeluza Lv.29 (Water/Psychic)
Wugtrio Lv.29 (Water)
Crabominable (Fighting/Ice/Water-Tera)
Recommended TypesElectric, Grass, Bug, Dark, Ghost

5: Medali

Larry, One of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderLarry
Gym SpecialtyNormal-type
PokémonKomala Lv.35 (Normal)
Dudunsparce Lv.34 (Normal)
Staraptor Lv.36 (Flying/Normal-Tera)
Recommended TypesFighting

6: Montenevera

Ryme, One of the Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Gym Leaders
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Gym LeaderRyme
Gym SpecialtyGhost-type
PokémonMimikyu Lv.41 (Ghost/Fairy)
Banette Lv.41 (Ghost)
Houndstone Lv.41 (Ghost)
Toxtricity Lv.42 (Electric/Poison/Ghost-Tera)
Recommended TypesGhost, Dark, Steel

7: Alfornada

Ryme, Gym Leader
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Gym LeaderTulip
Gym SpecialtyPsychic-type
PokémonFarigiraf Lv.44 (Normal/Psychic)
Esparthra Lv.44 (Psychic)
Gardevoir Lv.44 (Psychic/Fairy)
Florges (Fairy/Psychic-Tera)
Recommended TypesBug, Dark, Ghost, Poison, Steel

8: Glaseado

Grusha, Gym Leader
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Gym LeaderGrusha
Gym SpecialtyIce-type
PokémonFrostmoth Lv.47 (Ice/Bug)
Beartic Lv.47 (Ice)
Cetitan Lv.47 (Ice)
Altaria Lv.48 (Dragon/Flying/Ice-Tera)
Recommended TypesFire, Rock, Fighting, Steel, Flying

Remember that all of the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gym Leaders can be tackled in any order trainers would like. For those who want a real challenge, however, battling these gym leaders in the above order will overcome the lack of scaling in-game.

We also have a full list of all the pocket monsters you can catch for the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Pokédex.

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