All Pokemon Gym Leaders Tier List – Gym Leaders Ranked

List of all Pokemon gym leader levels

Creating a comprehensive tier list for all Pokémon Gym Leaders in different games can be subjective due to a variety of factors such as personal opinion, battle difficulty, team composition, and other subjective criteria.

Nonetheless, here is a general tier list based on overall impact and difficulty:

S level:

  1. Giovanni (red/blue/green)
  2. blue(gold/silver)
  3. Raihan (sword/shield)
  4. Collapser Awakening (Diamond/Pearl)
  5. Jasmine (gold/silver)
  6. Roxy (Black 2/White 2)
  7. Flannery (Ruby/Sapphire)
  8. Byron (Diamond/Pearl)
  9. Lime (scarlet/violet)

Grade A:

  1. Norman (Ruby/Sapphire)
  2. Opal (Sword/Shield)
  3. Alessa (black/white)
  4. Collina(X/Y)
  5. Brian (Red/Blue)
  6. Iris (white)
  7. Dock (Sword/Shield)
  8. Sabrina (Red/Blue)
  9. Drayden (black)
  10. Nessa (sword/shield)
  11. Clermont(X/Y)
  12. Lieutenant Surge (Red/Blue)
  13. Skylar (black/white)
  14. Claire (gold/silver)
  15. Brock (red/blue)
  16. Alister (shield)
  17. Valerie(X/Y)
  18. Mist (red/blue)
  19. Lenora (black/white)
  20. Gardenia (Diamond/Pearl)

Grade B:

  1. Winona (Ruby/Sapphire)
  2. Viola(X/Y)
  3. Erica (red/blue)
  4. Marlene (Diamond/Pearl)
  5. Volkner (Diamond/Pearl)
  6. Meloni (shield)
  7. Jenny (gold/silver)
  8. Watson (Ruby/Sapphire)
  9. Cheren (Black 2/White 2)
  10. Fantina (Diamond/Pearl)
  11. Chuck (gold/silver)
  12. Locke (Diamond/Pearl)
  13. Clara (sword)
  14. Bea (sword)
  15. Brasius (Scarlet/Violet)
  16. Kofu (scarlet/violet)
  17. Juan (Emerald)
  18. Morty (Gold/Silver)
  19. Tate and Lisa (Ruby/Sapphire)
  20. Kabu (sword/shield)

C grade:

  1. Candice (Diamond/Pearl)
  2. Ulfric(X/Y)
  3. Faulkner (Gold/Silver)
  4. Wallace (Ruby/Sapphire)
  5. Berg (black/white)
  6. Tulips (scarlet/purple)
  7. Bugsy (gold/silver)
  8. Olympia(X/Y)
  9. Gordy (sword)
  10. Price (gold/silver)
  11. Roxanne (Ruby/Sapphire)
  12. Ramos(X/Y)
  13. Katie (Scarlet/Violet)
  14. Ci Lan/Chili/Cress (Black/White)
  15. Milo (sword/shield)
  16. Clay(Black/White)
  17. Bryson (black/white)
  18. Avery (shield)

Please note that this tier list is general and may vary based on personal gaming experience, team composition, and strategies used. The difficulty and impact of Gym Leaders vary from player to player.

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Pokémon Go is a mobile game launched in 2016. You can use your phone’s GPS to find and catch Pokémon in the real world. You can train and battle these Pokémon no matter where you are.

It’s free to play, but you can buy things in the game if you want. When it started, it had around 150 Pokémon species, but by 2021 that number had grown to around 700 species.

When the game came out, people had mixed opinions. Some people like the idea, but others don’t like the technical issues it presents. Despite this, it still became one of the most popular and profitable apps of 2016. It was downloaded by huge numbers of users around the world – by the end of the year, it had been downloaded over 500 million times!

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In Pokémon Go, you create your own character and then use your phone’s map to navigate the real world. The map shows cool locations called PokéStops and Pokémon Gyms, where you can get items or battle other players. Sometimes these locations end up in strange or less safe places, causing some problems.

As you move around, different types of Pokémon will appear in different places. When you find one, you can see it on your phone’s camera or screen and use a Poké Ball to capture it. After catching Pokémon, you’ll get something that can help you make them stronger.

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