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A '''Battle Girl''' is a [[Trainer Class]] introduced in [[Generation III]]. They are young women wearing martial arts garb that use {{type|Fighting}}-[[Types|type]] [[Pokémon]]. Their male counterpart is a [[Black Belt (Trainer Class)|Black Belt]]. They also share many characteristics with the [[Crush Girl]] trainer class.
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[[File:BattleGirl.png|thumb|right|The in-game VS. Artwork of a Battle Girl that appears in ''[[Pokémon X and Y]]''.]]
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'''Battle Girl''' is a [[Trainer Class]] introduced in [[Generation III]]. They are young women wearing martial arts garb that use {{type|Fighting}}-[[Types|type]] [[Pokémon]]. Their male counterpart is a [[Black Belt (Trainer Class)|Black Belt]]. They also share many characteristics with the [[Crush Girl]] trainer class.
   
 
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==Trivia==
 
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*Their clothing in Generation V is different than the other previous Generations.
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Their clothing in Generation V and VI is different than the other previous Generations.
 
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Latest revision as of 21:24, December 25, 2014

BattleGirl

The in-game VS. Artwork of a Battle Girl that appears in Pokémon X and Y.

Battle Girl is a Trainer Class introduced in Generation III. They are young women wearing martial arts garb that use Fighting-type Pokémon. Their male counterpart is a Black Belt. They also share many characteristics with the Crush Girl trainer class.

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RSE Battle Sprite


DPPt/HGSS Battle Sprite


BW Battle Sprite


B2W2 Battle Sprite
Battle GirlRSEsprite
Battle GirlDPPHGSSsprite
Battle GirlBWsprite
BattleGirlB2W2

TriviaEdit

Their clothing in Generation V and VI is different than the other previous Generations.

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