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I mean, in most games that I play, the evil boss puts his plan in motion and you are called to defeat him to save the world before you can battle the last gym. Is there a specific reason?

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Well it does set a rather dynamic plot. Remember that after beating all 8 gym leaders, your entire focus would be on the league. They don't want the bad guys to fade into the background, but at the same time want to give you a sufficient interval before facing them.

By the way, I have a feeling that in Black and White the final battle with N was actually stark in the middle of the league.
maybe because giovannie the leader of team rocket was in kanto the eight gym leader.
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The only reason possible is because Gamefreak likes it that way. There are exceptions, though. RBY and BW. In gen one, you beat the gyms and team leader at the same time. In BW, you beat the big bad after beating the gyms. He literally parks his castle on your champion battle.

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I guess that's the best I can get for now.