Pokemon Let’s Go Move Tutor Locations - Where to Find Move Tutors in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

Pokemon Let’s Go Move Tutor Locations - Where to Find Move Tutors in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

This is our full guide to the Move Tutor locations in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

It can be tough going in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, especially if your band of Pokemon don't have a strong set of fighting skills. Move Tutors are on hand to help in situations like these, and they can teach your Pokemon some new moves. In this Pokemon Let's Go Move Tutors guide, we'll be providing you with a full list of Move Tutor locations in both games.

Pokemon Let’s Go Move Tutor Locations

Move Tutors operate exactly as you think they would in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. When you’ve tracked one down, they can teach your Pokemon a selection of brand new moves (sometimes for a cost), that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to learn. For example, Pikachu can learn the Zippy Zap move, which is devastating against Water-type Pokemon, but only from a Move Tutor, and not from levelling up over the course of the game.

Just below, we’ll be outlining the location of every single Move Tutor in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. We’ll also be explaining which exclusive moves they can teach your Pokemon.

Cerulean City Move Tutor

Found in the Poke Center, this Move Tutor can teach your Pikachu Zippy Zap, or your Eevee Bouncy Bubble, Buzzy Buzz, or Sizzly Slide. Zippy Zap is a move that always goes first, while the moves for Eevee are Water, Electric, and Fire-type respectively.

Celadon City Move Tutor

Found again in the Poke Center in Celadon City, this Move Tutor can teach your Pikachu Floaty Fall, a Flying-type move that can make the target flinch. Alternatively, they can teach your Eevee Baddy Bad, a Dark move, or Glitzy Glow, a Psychic move, both of which have 90 attack power.

Fuchsia City Move Tutor

Found once again in the Poke Center of Fuchsia City, this Move Tutor/Tamer, can teach your Pikachu Splishy Splash, a Water-type move. For your Eevee however, Freezy Frost, an Ice move that eliminates stat boosts, Sappy Seed, a Grass move that drains the target’s HP every turn, or Sparkly Swirl, a unique Fairy-type attack.

Indigo Plateau Move Tutor

Finally, this unique Move Tutor can teach your Pokemon both past and future moves. By this we mean that if there’s a move that you previously got your Pikachu to forget in favor of a different move, you can head to this Move Tutor and get your Pikachu to relearn the move. However, this costs one Heart Scale, which can only be found by playing with your Pikachu and Eevee.

Now that we’re all done with this guide to Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, you can head over to any of our additional guides on the game. There’s our Pokemon Let’s Go Elite Four guide, or our Pokemon Let’s Go Zapdos guide for more.

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