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I used to go into the gym and it would show six Pokemon who would fight in a row, and when one died the next one would start immediately. Now I can only have one in battle at a time. How can I change this?

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    Are you trying to attack a friendly gym? In friendly gyms, you can only use 1 Pokémon, whereas in other teams gyms, you can use 6. – Dragonrage Aug 5 '16 at 18:48
  • I understand now. I was mystic and he was valor. That's why. Thanks – Susan Aug 5 '16 at 18:52
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The gym you're "attacking" is controlled by your team - you're training it.

When powering up friendly gyms, you are limited to one pokemon.

Update: As of 0.41.x, powering up friendly gyms are now 6v6.

  • When I was fighting there was only one, but my friend who was with me could fight and as the Pokemon died the next one automatically popped up to fight – Susan Aug 5 '16 at 18:51
  • is your friend on the same team as you? – Kevin L Aug 5 '16 at 18:52
  • @Susan Then your friend is on a different team. If your team controls it you can use only 1 Pokemon to train. If it is an enemy team then you can use 6 Pokemon to attack it. – Virusbomb Aug 5 '16 at 18:53
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As of the latest update (12th of October) you can use 6 Pokemon while training a gym.

Updated Gym Training: Trainers can now bring six Pokémon to battle at friendly Gyms. The CP of the Pokémon you are battling may be temporarily adjusted lower for your training session.

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Yes, as these guys have mentioned already. Attacking friendly gyms is called "training". You can only use 1 pokemon in the gym battle, but in the end, the pokemon you used will still have 1 hp if you lose.

Attacking a rival gym allows you to have 6 pokemon with you.

Think of it like this. Friendly=duel (1v1), and Rival=war (6v6)

  • More like friendly is solo running a gauntlet. – Dragonrage Aug 5 '16 at 20:51

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