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The traditional [[Pokémon League]] Championship follows. {{pkmn|Trainer}}s must first collect the eight official [[Gym]] [[Badge]]s to be qualified to {{pkmn|battle}} the Elite Four. Gym Leaders are located in different cities and towns, each with their own different type.
 
The traditional [[Pokémon League]] Championship follows. {{pkmn|Trainer}}s must first collect the eight official [[Gym]] [[Badge]]s to be qualified to {{pkmn|battle}} the Elite Four. Gym Leaders are located in different cities and towns, each with their own different type.
   
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Revision as of 01:50, 28 January 2013

The Sinnoh League is the regional Pokémon League of the Sinnoh region. The Sinnoh League is composed of eight Sinnoh Gym Leaders and four Sinnoh Elite Four members, along with the Champion. Pokémon Trainers who earn eight Gym Badges by defeating the Gym Leaders of the Sinnoh League qualify to challenge the Elite Four located in the Pokémon League building.

In the anime, it is known as the Lily of the Valley Conference.

Gym Leaders

The traditional Pokémon League Championship follows. Trainers must first collect the eight official Gym Badges to be qualified to battle the Elite Four. Gym Leaders are located in different cities and towns, each with their own different type.

Sinnoh League
Generation IV Region: Sinnoh
Gym Leader
Japanese
Location
Japanese
Type Badge
{{{size}}}
Roark
ヒョウタ Hyouta
Oreburgh City
クロガネシティ
Kurogane City
Rock Coal Badge.png
Coal Badge
{{{size}}}
Gardenia
ナタネ Natane
Eterna City
ハクタイシティ
Hakutai City
Grass Forest Badge.png
Forest Badge
{{{size}}}
Maylene
スモモ Sumomo
Veilstone City
トバリシティ
Tobari City
Fighting Cobble Badge.png
Cobble Badge
{{{size}}}
Crasher Wake
マキシマム仮面 Maximum Mask
Pastoria City
ノモセシティ
Nomose City
Water Fen Badge.png
Fen Badge
{{{size}}}
Fantina
メリッサ Melissa
Hearthome City
ヨスガシティ
Yosuga City
Ghost Relic Badge.png
Relic Badge
{{{size}}}
Byron
トウガン Tougan
Canalave City
ミオシティ
Mio City
Steel Mine Badge.png
Mine Badge
{{{size}}}
Candice
スズナ Suzuna
Snowpoint City
キッサキシティ
Kissaki City
Ice Icicle Badge.png
Icicle Badge
{{{size}}}
Volkner
デンジ Denzi
Sunyshore City
ナギサシティ
Nagisa City
Electric Beacon Badge.png
Beacon Badge


Elite Four and Champion

The Elite Four in the anime

Once finished, Trainers must face the Elite Four, as usual, then defeat the Champion at the end of the League. Those who challenge the Elite Four must have achieved all eight Badges from that region and face all four and the current Champion consecutively without losing to any of them.

In Diamond and Pearl, the Elite Four's Pokémon will be at higher levels if Barry is defeated 20 times or more. In Platinum, their Pokémon will level up when the National Pokédex has been obtained and Charon has been arrested at Stark Mountain.

The Elite Four reside in the Pokémon League building.

Sinnoh League
Generation IV
Member
Japanese
Type
{{{size}}}
Aaron
リョウ Ryou
Bug
{{{size}}}
Bertha
キクノ Kikuno
Ground
{{{size}}}
Flint
オーパ Ōba
Fire
{{{size}}}
Lucian
ゴヨウ Goyō
Psychic
{{{size}}}
Champion
Cynthia
シロナ Shirona
Various

Trivia

  • The Sinnoh League is the only league in the main series games to have only one known Champion.



RosaChallenge2.png The Pokémon League VSIris 2.png
Participation
TrainerBattleGym Leaders
GymsBadgesHall of Fame
Championship matches
Elite FourOrange League
Pokémon World Tournament
Pokémon League Conferences
IndigoSilverEver Grande
Lily of the ValleyVertress
Pokémon League locations
Indigo PlateauPummelo Stadium*Mt. Silver*
Ever GrandePokémon League*/Lily of the Valley*
Pokémon League*/Vertress*Pokémon League
Regional Pokémon Leagues
IndigoOrange*JohtoHoenn
SinnohUnovaKalos
Areas of jurisdiction
Pokémon League Reception GateCerulean Cave