The Great League Remix has returned to Pokémon Go for Battle League Season 8. The Great League Remix is similar to the original Great League, with all the same rules only for using Pokémon that do not reach the maximum CP of 1,500. The big difference, however, is that you will not be able to use the best 20 Pokémon used during the Grand League in June 2021. The most used Pokémon will be unavailable, so if you are tired of almost every opponent using Galarian Stunfisk, Deoxys (Defense) or Medicham against you, it will be battles for you. These matches are available at the same time as the Grand League, from July 12 to 26.
These are some of the best Pokémon for each role you can use in your team to compete in this competition.
List of Great League Remix levels
List of Pokémon leaders
Your main Pokémon is the first one you use to fight other trainers. You want your choice to be a mixture of decent defense statistics, perseverance, and have some decent attacking power to do enough damage against your opponent.
|WITH||Abomasnow, Beedrill (shadow), Castform (snow), Diggersby, Jellicent, Machamp (shadow), Magnezone (shadow) and Nidoqueen (shadow)|
|AND||Gardevoir (shadow), Granbull (shadow), Mantine, Pachirisu, Primeape, Steelix, Whiscash and Zapdos (shadow)|
|B||Charizard, Dewgong, Drifblim, Gengar, Golbat (shadow), Lucario, Ninetales and Zweilous|
|C||Alolan Graveler, Castform (Sunny), Dragalge, Forretress, Mandibuzz, Registeel, Roserade a Suicune|
|D||Clefable, Gligar, Goodra, Hypno, Melmetal, Obstagoon, Sirfetch’d a Tropius|
Your lead Pokémon should be able to do enough damage to most Pokémon to fight from toe to heel, but don’t be afraid to replace it. Letting it faint too soon is also a critical mistake.
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Your Pokémon Switch will be the one you exchange for your Pokémon Lead. Depending on your timer and how you use the Switch Pokémon, it can also be used for your Closer. A Pokémon in this role is usually considered a glass cannon and does quite a bit of damage.
|WITH||Cresselia, Diggersby, Drapion (shadow), Lickitung, Nidoqueen (shadow), Regirock, Sableye and Zangoose|
|AND||Beedrill (shadow), Crustle, Dragalge, Mandibuzz, Melmetal, Sealeo (shadow), Snorlax and Tropius|
|B||Flygon, Froslass, Lapras, Machamp, Muk, Obstagoon, Steelix and Whiscash|
|C||Electivire, Galarian Rapidash, Gliscor, Granbull (shadow), Gyarados, Perrserker, Seaking a Skuntank|
|D||Ariados, Barbaracle, Cradily, Dusclops, Gallade, Hypno, Magmortar and Sirfetch’d|
You want to compare this Pokémon with other options. You want to make sure he doesn’t like his weaknesses very much with your other Pokémon, and remember that he requires one shield to function properly. Some coach battles can mean that you must have both shields to damage.
A more detailed list of Pokémon levels
The closer Pokémon will be the last Pokémon on your roster. You want to use it to protect against the last Pokémon your opponent uses, and this is your last line of defense. A Pokémon in this role should therefore have a great deal of defense and perseverance.
|WITH||Chansey, Electivire (Shadow), Excadrill, Hitmontop, Raikou, Regice, Regirock and Registeel|
|AND||Alomomola, Chesnaught, Froslass, Hariyama, Mewtwo (shadow), Quagsire, Sableye and Steelix|
|B||Blastoise, Castform (Snowy), Heracross, Lickitung, Pinsir (Shadow), Serperior, Torkoal and Uxie|
|C||Escavalier, Gengar, Goodra, Ho-Oh, Ludicolo, Lugia, Shiftry (shadow) and Wormadam (basket)|
|D||Blaziken, Charizard (shadow), Dragonite (shadow), Dusclops, Ferrothorn, Gallade, Mamoswine (shadow) and Snorlax|
Your last Pokémon should not require the use of any of your shields. You want to reserve all of them for your lead or switch Pokémon.