Now that Giovanni's taken off (man, three fights and he STILL hasn't gotten much better) it's off to the Pokemon. After throwing down once more against Red (who STILL hasn't evolved his Growlithe or his new Rhyhorn - just like Giovanni) the path is clear to Victory Road.
First is Lorelei, who uses Ice-types. I actually think she's pretty cool (no pun intended) but as an opponent I still have to go all out against her.
Next up after Lorelei is this really buff looking dude with no shirt and no shoes. Obviously he wouldn't be allowed in any store or restaurant dressed like that.
Now I come across who is perhaps the oldest trainer I've faced thus far. Agatha has a bit of a haunting vibe about her, somehow.
Now it's time for the caped wonder, the one they call Lance! Supposedly he's the last of the Elite Four, and his dragons could be tough... except that I'm packing Ice Beam
So much for "virtually indestructible", huh? But I'm not done yet. And of course my old nemesis Red's made it here first. Of course, he's not spending time properly training his Pokemon, so I'm hardly surprised by this. Still, our region needs a far more respectable champion than this idiot, and I think I'm qualified for the job. Time to prove it by pounding him into the ground.
Not too bad, if I do say so myself. Now Oak shows up (uninvited I might add), babbles a bit, then goes to put me and my team in the Hall of Fame.
Afterward I get some much needed rest at home, then head back to the islands to get a Network Machine working, assist Lorelei in kicking some poachers out of her home town, shut down the rogue remnants of Team Rocket, and just do some island exploring. Then it's back to the Elite Four to beat their stronger teams (I was around Lv71-72).
And that about does it. Hope you enjoyed my Let's Play of Pokemon Leaf Green!