Pokemon Let’s Go Ghost Tower - How to Get Past the Ghost in Pokemon Tower

Pokemon Let’s Go Ghost Tower - How to Get Past the Ghost in Pokemon Tower

Here's how you can get past the ghost blocking your way in Pokemon Tower, in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

Within Lavender Town in Pokemon Let's Go, there stands a tall tower. Within this Pokemon Tower, there's a formiddable ghost that blocks your path. In this guide to both Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, we'll be walking you through how to get past the ghost in Pokemon Let's Go as easily as possible.

How to Get Past the Ghost in Lavender Town’s Pokemon Tower

When you first enter the Pokemon Tower, you’ll see Team Rocket hightailing it out of the tower, followed by a small Cubone. Don’t venture back outside after them just yet, because you’re going to need to battle your way to the very top of the tower first.

You’ll now need to make it past various Channeler’s, with Haunter’s and Ghastly’s, to the fourth floor of Pokemon Tower. Once you’ve made it up here, dodging ghosts as you go, you’ll come face to face with a huge ghost, and you won’t be able to continue any further (for now, at least).

Head back out of the Pokemon Tower, and to the western portion of Lavender Town. Here you’ll find Team Rocket scheming away, also unable to make it past the huge ghost at the top of Pokemon Tower.

But then that small Cubone reappears, and Team Rocket decide to abduct it, and take it to their hidden base in Celadon City. You’re now tasked with proceeding down the westward path, out of Lavender Town, and to the secret base within the Rocket Game Corner in Celadon City, so you can retrieve the Cubone.

It’s only after you’ve done this, that you can return to Pokemon Tower in Lavender Town, and vanquish the ghost for good. Now that we’re all done with this guide on Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, you can continue ahead to any of our additional guides on the game, such as our page on how to get Charmander in Pokemon Let’s Go.

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