We’re continuing our journey in Pokemon Leaf Green tonight on the Stevetendo show. During the last Pokemon episode, we explored the Safari Zone in Fuchsia City, and defeated Koga, the gym leader who specializes in Poison-type Pokemon. That being said, the team might need some training, as the battle with Koga was a little tougher than expected. However, there are plenty of trainers on the Cycling Road as well as in Saffron City.
Saffron City is the home of the Silph company and the Fighting Dojo. It’s also home to the next gym leader, Sabrina, who uses Psychic type Pokemon. Our first plan of attack in Saffron City is the Fighting Dojo and then Silph Co. That way we have plenty of leveling up opportunities in town as well as seeing if we can actually beat the trainers ahead. It will also be a good test to see if we're ready to fight Sabrina as she is one of the tougher gym leaders. Set to go live at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET, find out if we take another step forward in becoming the Pokemon League champion!
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