Gym Leaders (2024)

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A Gym Leader is the highest-ranking member of a Pokémon gym. They are battled to make sure that a trainer is ready for the Pokémon League. If a trainer beats a Gym Leader in battle, they earn the Gym's respective badge. Reborn has 18 gym leaders, one for each type, along with various backup leaders.

At the beginning of the game, the player's Pokemon have a level cap of 20. Most of the badges of the Gym Leaders will raise the level cap after the player acquires the badges.

Contents

  • 1 List
  • 2 Reserve Leaders
  • 3 Former Leaders
  • 4 Trivia

List[]

Click on a trainer's name for details on their team.

NameTypeFieldFormatTM RewardLvl Cap RaisedTMX EnabledTeam Preview
1JuliaElectricElectric TerrainSingle BattleTM57 Charge Beam25TMX1 Cut
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2FloriniaGrassDesert FieldSingle BattleTM96 Nature Power35
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3ShellyBugForest FieldDouble BattleTM76 Struggle Bug40TMX7 Rock Smash
Gym Leaders (14)Gym Leaders (15)Gym Leaders (16)
Gym Leaders (17)Gym Leaders (18)Gym Leaders (19)
4ShadeGhostShort-Circuit FieldSingle BattleTM65 Shadow Claw45TMX8 Flash
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5AyaPoisonWastelandDouble BattleTM34 Sludge Wave50TMX4 Strength
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6SerraIceMirror ArenaSingle BattleTM70 Aurora Veil55
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7NoelNormalGrassy TerrainSingle BattleTM10 Hidden Power60
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8RadomusPsychicChess BoardDouble BattleTM92 Trick Room65
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9LunaDarkDark Crystal CavernSingle BattleTM97 Dark Pulse70
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10SamsonFightingBig Top ArenaSingle BattleTM31 Brick BreakTMX3 Surf
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11CharlotteFireSuper-Heated FieldDouble BattleTM35 Flamethrower75TMX6 Dive
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12TerraGroundGlitch FieldSingle BattleTM78 BulldozeTMX5 Waterfall
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13CielFlyingBig Top ArenaSingle BattleTM62 Acrobatics80TMX2 Fly
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14AdriennFairyMisty TerrainDouble BattleTM99 Dazzling Gleam85
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15TitaniaSteelFairy Tale FieldSingle BattleTM91 Flash Cannon90
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16AmariaWaterWater SurfaceSingle BattleTM55 ScaldTMX9 Rock Climb
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Double Battle
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17HardyRockRocky FieldDouble BattleTM80 Rock Slide95
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18SaphiraDragonDragon's DenSingle BattleTM02 Dragon Claw100
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Reserve Leaders[]

  • Victoria is the Reserve Fighting-type Gym Leader.
  • Sandy is the Reserve Ground-type Gym Leader.
  • Samson used to be the Reserve Fighting-type Gym Leader.

Former Leaders[]

  • Corey and Cain are former Poison-type Gym Leaders.
  • Kiki was a former Fighting-type Gym Leader.
  • Blake is a former Ice-type Gym Leader.
  • Cal is a former Fire-type Gym Leader.
  • Caroline Belrose and Monty Belrose were the former Fire- and Dragon-type Gym Leaders.
  • Barrie was the Fairy-type leader that replaced Adrienn and was in charge of the Gym in Malchous Forest Park. He died after the Tangrowth incident in Jasper Ward. His name and fate are revealed in a cutscene during the Eevee Sticker Sidequest.

Trivia[]

  • Fern was the Reserve Grass-type Gym Leader in previous versions. He is no longer so in Episode 19.
    • After the events of the postgame, Fern replaces Florinia as the Grass-type Gym Leader and sets up a gym in Neoteric Isle, as shown in his postgame credits scene.
  • According to Elias, whenever Caroline and Monty were bored, they would switch gyms and types without informing anyone.
  • In Another Time, Titania and Luna were promoted to the Elite Four. Charlotte became the new temporary Ice-type gym leader after Serra's resignation, and resolved to be the permanent Fire-, Ice-, and Fairy-type Gym Leader all at once.

Characters in Reborn

Player CharactersVeroKuroAliceLuciaAriDecibel
RivalsVictoriaCainFern
Gym LeadersJuliaFloriniaShellyShadeAyaSerraNoelRadomusLunaSamsonCharlotteTerraCielAdriennTitaniaAmariaHardySaphira
Team MeteorAsterEclipseBlakeZELZeroTakaAceSiriusSolarisLin
Elite FourHeatherLauraBennettElAnnaElena
Supporting CharactersCoreyKikiDr. Sigmund ConnalJohnArcherMaxwellArclightCalEveLumiGossip GardevoirAlistasiaSandyTaubeZinaEuphie
Minor CharactersSeacrestSimonCraudburryMr. BigglesworthNyuIndraCorin-RougeSantiagoEustaceMadame MeganiumMiss DirectionKanayaMcKrezzyRandallEuropaBouffalant BillBeeMurminaBreloomBotDanielleFloraShivBreslinMaelstromEastman
DevelopersAmethystAutumnAzzieCassCrimIkaruJanMarcelloPerrySmeargletailVulpes
See Also
Noel

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Gym Leaders (2024)

FAQs

What does a Gym Leader do? ›

The Gym Leader (Japanese: ジムリーダー Gym Leader), also called Pokémon Leader or Leader in some early manuals, is the highest-ranking member of a Pokémon Gym. The main job of a Gym Leader is to test Trainers and their Pokémon so that they are strong and resourceful enough to take the Pokémon League challenge.

How many gym leaders are there? ›

There are a total of eight Gym Leaders in each region, usually all eight gym leaders in a region will specialize in a different type of Pokémon, the most recurring type for the first gym is Rock due to both Grass and Water being super effective against it.

Are there normal type gym leaders? ›

Normal-type gym leaders often strategize well, using straightforward attacks and unexpected status conditions. Having only one weakness means Normal is not easily countered, and you'll have to use a Fighting-type Pokemon or move in order to come out on top.

Do gym leaders get paid? ›

Yes, gym leaders in the fitness industry can make a substantial amount of money. This compensation may include a salary and additional pay such as bonuses and benefits.

How strong are gym leaders? ›

Since they're intended to be a challenge to overcome, most Gym Leaders are exceptionally skilled at using their chosen type of Pokémon, and they usually rank as some of the strongest trainers in their home regions.

What's the 7th Gym Leader? ›

Julia Lee (she/her) is a guides producer, writing guides for games like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Genshin Impact. She helped launch the Rift Herald in 2016. The seventh gym leader in Pokémon Sword and Shield is Piers, a dark-type user in the city of Spikemuth.

Who is the last Gym Leader? ›

The final gym leader in Pokémon Sword and Shield is Raihan, a dragon-type gym leader.

What Gym Leader is Misty? ›

In the video games Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed & LeafGreen, Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, and Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Misty is the Gym Leader of Cerulean City. She specializes in Water-type Pokémon.

Is there a dark Gym Leader? ›

Piers (Japanese: ネズ Nezu) is a singer-songwriter who is the boss of Team Yell and the Gym Leader of Spikemuth's Gym, known officially as the Spikemuth Gym. He specializes in Dark-type Pokémon. He gives the Dark Badge to Trainers who defeat him.

Who is the ice Gym Leader? ›

Grusha is the Gym Leader of the Glaseado Gym, an Ice-type gym.

What are the duties of a gym owner? ›

Typically, a gym owner is responsible for keeping the gym running, managing staff and finances and also ensuring the gym members are growing in numbers.

What are the duties of a gym employee? ›

Responsible for working the fitness desk area, cleaning fitness equipment, greeting customers, answering the phone and registering people for training and fitness classes.

What is the job of a gym supervisor? ›

General Position Description: Fitness Supervisors are primarily responsible for providing a clean, safe and helpful workout environment for the users of the Recreation Center, as well as provide assistance to those working out.

What do you do in fitness leadership? ›

Working as a Fitness Leader

Fitness Leaders are people who instruct and/or otherwise facilitate other people to undertake activities intended to improve or maintain individuals level of physical (and sometimes mental) wellbeing.

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