Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee Walkthrough

Pewter City Pokemon Gym

The Pewter City Gym is the first Pokemon Gym you can challenge in the game. Each Gym in the game has a requirement you must meet before you can challenge the Trainers and Gym Leader. Defeat the Gym Leader to earn a Gym Badge.

The Pewter City Pokemon Gym specializes in Rock-type Pokemon. The requirement for challenging this gym is to have a grass- or water-type Pokemon in your party. Grass-type Pokemon can be found on routes 1 and 2 and the Viridian Forest. Use grass- and water-type attacks to deal massive damage. Ground- and fighting-type attacks will also work against these monsters. The first two Trainers can be challenged back to back or avoided by taking the side paths.

Picknicker Amara

[table sort=”false” class=”table-bordered” align=”center” width=”300″ colalign=”center|center|center|center”]
[attr colspan=”4″]Geodude ♀
[attr colspan=”2″]Rock/Ground|[attr colspan=”2″]Lv.7
[attr colspan=”4″]geodude
[attr colspan=”2″]Tackle|[attr colspan=”2″]Defense Curl
Tackle|Physical|Normal|Status
[attr colspan=”2″]Sand Attack|[attr colspan=”2″]Bide
Ground|Status|Normal|Physical
[/table]

Camper Liam

[table sort=”false” class=”table-bordered” align=”center” width=”300″ colalign=”center|center|center|center”]
[attr colspan=”4″]Geodude ♂
[attr colspan=”2″]Rock/Ground|[attr colspan=”2″]Lv.7
[attr colspan=”4″]geodude
[attr colspan=”2″]Tackle|[attr colspan=”2″]Defense Curl
Tackle|Physical|Normal|Status
[attr colspan=”2″]Sand Attack|[attr colspan=”2″]Bide
Ground|Status|Normal|Physical
[/table]

Gym Leader Brock

Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter City Gym. His Pokemon are both rock- and ground-type, meaning they are 4x weak to water- and grass-type attacks. You can capture an Oddish/Bellsprout or Bulbasaur and eliminate Brock with minimal effort as long as they are around level 10 and have a grass-type attack.

[table sort=”false” class=”table-bordered” align=”center” width=”300″ colalign=”center|center|center|center”]
[attr colspan=”4″]Geodude ♂
[attr colspan=”2″]Rock/Ground|[attr colspan=”2″]Lv.11
[attr colspan=”4″]geodude
[attr colspan=”4″]Tackle
attr colspan=”2″]Normal|attr colspan=”2″]Physical
[/table]

[table sort=”false” class=”table-bordered” align=”center” width=”300″ colalign=”center|center|center|center”]
[attr colspan=”4″]Onix ♂
[attr colspan=”2″]Rock/Ground|[attr colspan=”2″]Lv.12
[attr colspan=”4″]onix
[attr colspan=”2″]Headbutt|[attr colspan=”2″]Bind
Tackle|Physical|Normal|Physical
[attr colspan=”2″]Rock Throw|[attr colspan=”2″]
Rock|Physical|-|-
[/table]

Defeat both of Brock’s Pokemon to receive the Boulder Badge, which allows Pokemon up to level 20 to obey you in battle. You will also receive the TM01 Headbutt, a strong normal-type attack. Leave the Gym to run into a familiar kid. He will introduce himself and hand over 5 Great Balls.

After obtaining the Boulder Badge, a few new items will become available at the Poke Mart. The next step in your adventure is Route 3