Battle Tree Information on Blue [Pokémon Sun and Moon]

LEARN THE TECHNIQUES TO DEFEAT POKEMON TRAINER blue's PARTY POKEMON

This article will feature details including Party Pokemon, recommended Pokemon and strategy for doubles, super doubles, and multi formats when battling Pokemon Trainer Blue at the Battle Tree in Pokemon Sun and Moon.

Basic Information on Pokemon Trainer Blue

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Upon reaching the 20th round of the Battle Tree Doubles format, you will challenge Pokemon Trainer Blue. As for Super Doubles Format, Pokemon Trainer Blue appears at the 50th round.

In addition to the Doubles Format, you can challenge Pokemon Trainer Blueas a partner of Pokemon Trainer Red at the Multi Format. Similar to the Doubles Format, you will also challenge Pokemon Trainer Blue on the Multi Battles Format at the 20th round. For Super Multi, he will appear with Red at the 50th round.

  • Blue’s Party pokemon’s Battle Tree Item and Move Sets during the first battle

During your first arrival at the Battle  Tree, you can challenge Pokemon Trainer Red or Pokemon Trainer Blue. Similar to the Main Story, there are no restrictions therefore you can freely use any Pokemon, level, held item, etc.

[Battle Tips]

Pokemon Trainer Blue’s party generally consists of Pokemon that cannot do much against Ghost-Types, thus it is recommended to send one out during battle.

The only concerns when using Ghost-Types are that: Alakazam might outrun them due to its fast speed; or it may survive the attack and return back with a powerful Shadow Ball.

Other recommended moves are Rock, Electric, and Ice-Types as these provide coverage against the other Pokemon that can threaten your Ghost-Type.

Pokémon Type Held Item Moves
Alakazam
(♂/Lv.65)
Psychic ・Reflect
・Future Sight
・Shadow Ball
・Psychic
Machamp
(♂/Lv.65)
Fighting ・Poison Jab
・Bulk Up
・????
Aerodactyl
(♂/Lv.65)
Rock
Flying
・Crunch
・????
・????
・????
Exeggutor
(♂/Lv.65)
Grass
Psychic
・Leaf Storm
・Hypnosis
・Psychic
・Sludge Bomb
Gyarados
(♂/Lv.65)
Water
Flying
・Ice Fang
・Dragon Dance
・????
・????
Arcanine
(♂/Lv.65)
Fire ・Flare Blitz
・????
・????
・????
  • Blue’s Party pokemon’s possible Battle Tree Item and Move Sets

The following Pokemon that will be used by Pokemon Trainer Blue will be chosen at random. Since no two Pokemon of the same species may enter, only one of the four possible Held Item and move sets will be chosen.

Pokémon Type Held Item Possible Moves
Pidgeot Normal
Flying
Charti Berry ・Aerial Ace
・Steel Wing
・Thief
・Roost
Flyinium Z ・Mirror Move
・Twister
・Sand Attack
・Double Team
Pidgeotite ・Hurricane
・Hyper Beam
・Tailwind
・Quick Attack
Pidgeotite ・Hurricane
・Feather Dance
・Roost
・Hyper Beam
Arcanine Fire Firium Z ・Flamethrower
・Solar Beam
・Burn Up
・Sunny Day
Weakness Policy ・Extreme Speed
・Crunch
・Overheat
・Roar
White Herb ・Overheat
・Sunny Day
・Solar Beam
・Extreme Speed
Fightinium Z ・Close Combat
・Flare Blitz
・Crunch
・Extreme Speed
Alakazam Psychic Twisted Spoon ・Energy Ball
・Psychic
・Telekinesis
・Guard Split
Focus Sash ・Psych Up
・Encore
・Protect
・Psychic
Alakazite ・Psychic
・Focus Blast
・Shadow Ball
・Grass Knot
Choice Specs ・Psychic
・Focus Blast
・Dazzling Gleam
・Trick
Machamp Fighting Rawst Berry ・Dynamic Punch
・Payback
・Foresight
・Wide Guard
Expert Belt ・Ice Punch
・Cross Chop
・Fire Punch
・Focus Energy
Choice Scarf ・Dynamic Punch
・Ice Punch
・Rock Slide
・Earthquake
Flame Orb ・Protect
・Earthquake
・Close Combat
・Payback
Exeggutor Grass
Psychic
Petaya Berry ・Psyshock
・Grass Knot
・Light Screen
・Synthesis
Grassium Z ・Leaf Storm
・Psychic
・Sludge Bomb
・Grassy Terrain
Pokémon Type Held Item Possible Moves
Gyarados Water
Flying
Muscle Band ・Ice Fang
・Aqua Tail
・Thunder Wave
・Dragon Dance
Normalium Z ・Waterfall
・Rest
・Bulldoze
・Giga Impact
Wacan Berry ・Dragon Dance
・Waterfall
・Ice Fang
・Earthquake
Gyaradosite ・Dragon Dance
・Waterfall
・Stone Edge
・Crunch
Aerodactyl Rock
Flying
Choice Scarf ・Rock Slide
・????
・????
・????
Passho Berry ・Crunch
・Rock Slide
・Roost
・Sky Drop
Aerodactylite ・Sky Drop
・Iron Head
・Fire Fang
・Thunder Fang
Choice Band ・Stone Edge
・Aerial Ace
・Earthquake
・Crunch
Tyranitar Rock
Dark
Iron Ball ・Rock Slide
・Stealth Rock
・Thunder Wave
・Fling
King’s Rock ・Rock Slide
・Crunch
・Ice Beam
・Dragon Dance
Chople Berry ・Rock Slide
・Crunch
・Earthquake
・Dragon Dance
Tyranitarite ・Stone Edge
・Earthquake
・Ice Fang
・Payback
Rhyperior Ground
Rock
Zoom Lens ・Payback
・Rock Blast
・Stone Edge
・Protect
Hard Stone ・Rock Wrecker
・Rock Polish
・????
・????
Focus Sash ・Horn Drill
・Reversal
・Payback
・Metal Burst
Rockium Z ・Rock Slide
・Hammer Arm
・Earthquake
・Protect
  • Tips when battling Pokemon Trainer Blue

Recommended Pokemon to use when challenging Blue’s team include those that have durability, strong STAB attacks, and high speed.

Since the specific set of Pokemon that you are going to face when battling Blue is random, it is important to consider the sets that standout such as his Choice Scarf Machamp, Dragon Dance Gyarados, and Focus Sash Rhyperior since those can either deal heavy damage first before going down; or retaliate, as in the case of Focus Sash Rhyperior.

There is no surefire way to deal with every Pokemon, therefore it’s better to form a well balanced team that can cover each other’s weaknesses. One example is Hydreigon, Aegislash, and Azumarill which make up the dragon, steel, fairy core. In addition to the above mentioned recommendations, another recommended Pokemon is Ash-Greninja.

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