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Battle a Team Leader 3 Times | ‘Pokémon Go’ Battle Guide

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Pokemon Go is an immensely popular mobile game that lets players catch and battle various Pokemon in the real world. One feature of the game that stands out is challenging Blanche, Candela and Spark – Team Leaders from Mystic Valor Instinct teams which you can join within Pokemon Go – Team Leaders from which your challenge should come.

Battling against Team Leaders is a great way to practice your skills, test out Pokemon, and earn rewards. Free battles against them are available each day; Premium Battle Pass holders may battle three times daily using it. Here are some tips on how you can battle a Team Leader multiple times each day and what rewards await them.

Select Your Difficulty Level

Select Your Difficulty Level

As your first step to defeating a Team Leader, select your difficulty level carefully. There are three levels available to you – Easy, Normal and Hard. As you advance up in difficulty levels, so too do Team Leader Pokemon become stronger but so too do their rewards increase accordingly.

To select your difficulty level, tap on the Nearby button on the bottom right corner and swipe left until you access Battle tab. Choose any Team Leader who appears as you can to view their Pokemon lineup and difficulty level; once selected you can change this by tapping arrows located on top right corner screen.

Select Your Pokemon

Select Your Pokemon

Once again, it’s important to carefully choose your Pokemon for battle. You may use up to six Pokemon per battle and can switch them out between matches based on what type and moves your Team Leader is using – for instance if Blanche uses Lapras with Water/Ice type characteristics, Electric or Grass type Pokemon could do more damage.

To select Pokemon, tap on the Party button on the bottom left corner of the screen. From here, you can view your current party and tap any individual Pokemon to switch it out for one from your collection. Alternatively, create custom parties by tapping on New Party on the top right corner.

Starting The Battle

Starting The Battle

Step three in our journey is starting the battle itself. To do this, simply tap on the Battle button in the lower right corner and a countdown will commence before fighting begins.

The battle in Pokemon Go is similar to other battles; you can tap your Pokemon to use its fast move, which charges its charge move, then swipe left and right to avoid attacks from Team Leader Pokemon. When it is ready, tap and hold to see its type and power.

Your Pokemon must defeat all three of the Team Leader’s Pokemon before they defeat yours, or all your Pokemon faint or you run out of time and lose.

Repeat The Process

Repeat The Process

You can take on Team Leaders three times daily by repeating this process, though each additional battle requires a Premium Battle Pass which costs 100 PokeCoins that you can acquire either by completing tasks or buying with real money.

Battle various Team Leaders for an added challenge and variety – each Team Leader comes equipped with their own set of Pokemon and moves tailored to their team and difficulty level.

FAQ: The Ultimate Guide to Your Questions

Q: What are the rewards of fighting Team Leaders?

A: Battling against Team Leaders can result in various rewards, such as Stardust, Rare Candies, Sinnoh Stones, Unova Stones, Charged TMs and Fast TMs – your success depends on both difficulty level and the number of battles fought on a given day. The rewards received vary according to difficulty level and total battles conducted that day.

Q: How can I obtain more Premium Battle Passes?

A: To purchase more Premium Battle Passes with PokeCoins in the shop. Alternatively, they may be awarded as rewards for completing certain tasks or reaching milestones within other features of the game.

Q: Should I go against any specific Team Leader?

A: That depends on your preference and goal. If you want to practice your skills and test out your Pokemon, battle the Team Leader that matches up with your team. However, if you want to challenge yourself and gain more rewards by taking on opposing Team Leaders instead, or simply want something fun and different – battle any Team Leader that interests you!

 

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