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{{AnimeCharacter
 
|name = Gary Oak
 
|name = Gary Oak
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|image = Gary Oak.png
 
|jname = '''オーキド・シゲル''' ''Shigeru Ōkido''
 
|jname = '''オーキド・シゲル''' ''Shigeru Ōkido''
|age = 10
 
 
|hometown = [[Pallet Town]]
 
|hometown = [[Pallet Town]]
 
|region = Kanto
 
|region = Kanto
|family = [[Professor Oak]] (Grandfather)
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|gender = Male
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|family = [[Professor Oak (anime)|Professor Oak]] (Grandfather)<br>Unnamed Parents
 
|class = Pokémon Researcher
 
|class = Pokémon Researcher
[[Pokemon Trainer]] (former)
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[[Pokemon Trainer]] (formerly)
|friends = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]
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|friends = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]<br/>[[Misty (anime)|Misty]]<br/>[[Brock (anime)|Brock]]<br/>[[Dawn (anime)|Dawn]]
[[Pikachu]]
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|firstappear = [[IL001: Pokémon - I Choose You!|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]
[[Misty]]The Babysitter
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|voiceact = [[Jimmy Zoppi]] (English)
|firstappear = [[IL001: Pokémon - I Choose You!]]|voiceact = [[Jimmy Zoppi]] (English)}}'''Gary Oak''' is [[Professor Oak]]'s grandson and [[Ash Ketchum]]'s rival in the first few seasons. His [[Starter Pokémon]] was a [[Squirtle]] that later evolved into a [[Blastoise]].
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[[Yūko Kobayashi]] (Japanese)}}
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'''Gary Oak''' is [[Professor Oak (anime)|Professor Oak]]'s grandson and [[Ash Ketchum]]'s rival in the first few seasons. His [[Starter Pokémon]] was a [[Gary's Blastoise|Squirtle]] that later evolved into a [[Blastoise]].
   
== Background ==
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==Appearance==
{{nihongo|'''Gary Oak'''|オーキド・シゲル|Ōkido Shigeru}}, voiced by Yuko Kobayashi in Japanese and Billy Beach in English, is Ash's rival. He first appeared in ''Pokemon - I Choose You!'', where he left Pallet Town and wanted to become a Pokémon Master before Ash did. In the beginning, Gary claims to be the best of the best and has the typical smug attitude, known by having fangirls and a fanclub to go along, but, as the Anime moves forward, he becomes less prideful and arrogant than that of his earlier appearances in the anime.
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Gary has mahogany hair and black eyes. In the original series, Gary wore a long-sleeved purple shirt, a black necklace, dark blue pants and shoes. In the Advanced Generation series and Diamond and Pearl series, he wears a black collared shirt, pants, a black necklace with a lavender bead instead of the original gold, and sneakers with a dark backpack.
   
== Pokémon Strategies ==
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==Personality==
Gary and [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]'s techniques are like the North and South pole's of the world; while Gary spends his time raising his pokémon in good technique and teaches them tough and cool moves, [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] uses clever strategy during battle and teaches most of his Pokémon tough and smart moves; Gary's [[Pokémon]] endure tough training and do not rely on luck and love in order to win battles.
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The day he started out on his Pokémon journey, he came off as an arrogant Trainer, much like his game counterpart, [[Blue (game)|Blue]]. His chosen starter Pokémon was Squirtle, which was actually the same Pokémon that Ash originally wanted to start with. He even had a group of [[Gary's cheerleaders|cheerleaders]] who cheered him on in all his battles and would go so far as crying whenever he lost. He didn't walk on his journeys like most Trainers did; instead he had his own sporty red convertible with a chauffeur. Gary loved when he got a chance to make fun of Ash by bragging about how far behind Ash was compared to him. He also gave Ash the pet-name of "Ashy-boy" (Japanese: "Satoshi-kun"), which occasionally seems to annoy him. His style of training at this point was to capture many Pokémon and to use the strongest, as a stark contrast to Ash, who focused on developing a bond with his Pokémon.
   
== In the Games ==
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His arrogance continued overtime during Ash’s journey in [[Kanto]] until he challenged the [[Viridian City]] [[Gym Leader]], [[Giovanni (anime)|Giovanni]], to a Pokémon battle for his final (but not necessary) [[Gym Badges#Earth Badge|Badge]] in [[IL063: The Battle Of The Badge|The Battle of the Badge]] where his was brutally defeated by [[Mewtwo (anime)|Mewtwo]]. However, this still didn't change his arrogance. It would take a loss at the [[Pokémon League]] way later on against [[Melissa]] for him to finally realize that he greatly needed to change himself.
{{Main|Blue (game)}}
 
The only game Gary is in is [[Pokemon Puzzle Challenge|Pokemon Puzzle League]], however his counterpart in the main series of games is [[Blue (game)|Blue]], who is [[Gym Leader]] of [[Viridian City]] in [[Pokemon Gold and Silver Versions|Gold, Silver]], [[Pokemon Crystal|Crystal]], [[Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold, and SoulSilver]].
 
   
== In the Manga ==
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In his few appearances during the Johto saga, he seemed to have become the complete opposite of who he was. He became polite and respectful to others, including Ash.
He has a counterpart in the manga named [[Blue (Adventures)|Blue]] (Green in Japan).
 
   
== Pokémon ==
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==Biography==
=== On Hand ===
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===Anime===
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Gary Oak is Ash's rival. He first appeared in [[IL001: Pokémon - I Choose You!|Pokemon - I Choose You!]], where he left [[Pallet Town]] and wanted to become a [[Pokémon Master]] before Ash did. In the beginning, Gary claims to be the best of the best and has the typical smug attitude, known by having fangirls and a fanclub to go along, but, as the anime moves forward, he becomes less prideful and arrogant than that of his earlier appearances in the anime. 
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===Manga===
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====The Electric Tale of Pikachu====
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{{main|Gary Oak (ETP)}}
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==Pokémon==
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===On hand===
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = water
 
|type = water
|nameline = [[Gary's Blastoise|Squirtle → Wartortle → Blastoise]]|image = Gary's_Blastoise.png|gender = Male|info = Blastoise was chosen by Gary as his starter Pokemon. It evolved, and was used in the Indigo League against Ash's Charizard.}}
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|nameline = [[Gary's Blastoise|Squirtle → Wartortle → Blastoise]]|image = Gary's_Blastoise.png|info = Blastoise was chosen by Gary as his starter Pokémon. It evolved, and was used in the Indigo League against Ash's Charizard.}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = dark
 
|type = dark
|nameline = [[Gary's Umbreon|Eevee → Umbreon]]|image = Gary's_Umbreon.png|gender = Male|info = In the season finale of the Orange Islands season, Gary and Ash had a battle at Pallet Town between Eevee and Pikachu. Eevee sometime later evolved to Umbreon.}}
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|nameline = [[Gary's Umbreon|Eevee → Umbreon]]|image = Gary's_Umbreon.png|info = In the season finale of the Orange Islands season, Gary and Ash had a battle at Pallet Town between Eevee and Pikachu. Eevee sometime later evolved to Umbreon.}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = electric
 
|type = electric
|nameline = [[Gary's Electivire|Electivire]]|image = Gary's_Electivire.png|info = It's unknown when and how Gary came across [[Electivire]] other than it being one of the [[Sinnoh]] region Pokemon he was studying.|gender = male}}
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|nameline = [[Gary's Electivire|Electivire]]|image = Gary's_Electivire.png|info = It's unknown when and how Gary came across Electivire other than it being one of the Sinnoh region Pokémon he was studying.}}
   
=== With Professor Oak ===
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===With Professor Oak===
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = fire
 
|type = fire
|image = Gary_1.jpg
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|image = Gary Arcanine.png
 
|nameline = [[Gary's Arcanine|Arcanine]]}}
 
|nameline = [[Gary's Arcanine|Arcanine]]}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
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|type = poison
 
|type = poison
 
|image = Gary Nidoking.png
 
|image = Gary Nidoking.png
|nameline = [[Nidoking]]|gender = male}}
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|nameline = [[Gary's Nidoking|Nidoking]]|gender = male}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = water
 
|type = water
 
|image = Gary's_Krabby.jpg
 
|image = Gary's_Krabby.jpg
|nameline = [[Krabby]]|info = Only known thing about Gary's Krabby is that it's bigger than the one Ash caught and was caught beforehand}}
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|nameline = [[Gary's Krabby|Krabby]]|info = Only known thing about Gary's Krabby is that it's bigger than the one Ash caught and was caught beforehand}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type2 = ground
 
|type2 = ground
 
|type = poison
 
|type = poison
|image = Gary's_Nidoqueen.jpg
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|image = Gary Nidoqueen.png
|nameline = [[Nidoqueen]]
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|nameline = [[Gary's Nidoqueen|Nidoqueen]]
 
|gender = female}}
 
|gender = female}}
{| border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="wikitable" style="width: 600px;"
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{{AnimePokémon
! style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; background-color: lightblue;"|'''Image'''
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|type = normal
! style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; background-color: lightblue;"|'''Information'''
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|type2 = flying
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|image = Gary Dodrio-1-.png
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Dodrio(DPP)Sprite.png]]
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|info = It's unknown how he caught it, prevented him from escaping with the Team Rocket one Aerodactyl in Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|It is unknown how he caught it, prevented him from escaping with the Team Rocket one Aerodactyl in the chronicle "Reviving Aerodactyl."
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|nameline = [[Gary's Dodrio|Doduo Dodrio]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Kingdra HGSS.png]]
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|type = water
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|Seen in the episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!".
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|type2 = dragon
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|image = Gary Johto Pokémon.png
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:HGSSFearow.png]]
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|info = Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind!.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|Seen in the episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!"
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|nameline = [[Gary's Kingdra|Kingdra]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Magmar HGSS.png]]
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|type = normal
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|It is unknown how he caught it, but he used it to have a fight with Ash in the Johto League episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!"
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|type2 = flying
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|image = Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon.png
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:227Skarmory-1.png]]
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|info = Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind!.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|Seen in the episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!".
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|nameline = [[Gary's Fearow|Fearow]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Scizor(DP)SpriteMale.png]]
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|type = fire
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|It is unknown how he caught it, but used in the Battle against Ash in the Johto League in "Nothing Beats The Heat."
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|image = Gary Magmar.png
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|info = It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it against Ash in the Johto League in The Ties That Bind!.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Alakazam HGSS.png]]
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|nameline = [[Gary's Magmar|Magmar]]}}
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|Seen in the episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!!".
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{{AnimePokémon
|-
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|type = steel
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:HGSSGolem.png]]
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|type2 = flying
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|It is unknown how he caught it, but used it against Ash in the Johto League in the episode "Nothing Beats The Heat."
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|image = Gary Johto Pokémon.png
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|info = Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Pinsir(DP)Sprite.png]]
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|nameline = [[Gary's Skarmory|Skarmory]]}}
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|Seen in the episode "Cutting The Ties That Bind!".
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{{AnimePokémon
|-
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|type = bug
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|[[File:Houndoom HGSS.png]]
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|type2 = steel
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|It is unknown how he caught it, but used in the Battle against Ash in the Johto League in the episode "Nothing Beats The Heat."
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|image = Gary Scizor.png
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|info = It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it in the battle against Ash during the Johto League in Can't Beat The Heat!.
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;"|
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|nameline = [[Gary's Scizor|Scizor]]}}
| style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; width: 400px;"|
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{{AnimePokémon
|}
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|type = psychic
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|image = Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon.png
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|info = Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind" and also the 'Talent Showdown' book. Its known moves are Psybeam and Confusion.
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|nameline = [[Gary's Alakazam|Alakazam]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
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|type = rock
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|type2 = ground
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|image = Gary Golem-1-.png
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|info = It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it against Ash in the Johto League in "Can't Beat The Heat!"
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|nameline = [[Gary's Golem|Golem]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
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|type = bug
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|image = Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon.png
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|info = Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind."
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|nameline = [[Gary's Pinsir|Pinsir]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon
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|type = dark
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|type2 = fire
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|image = Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon.png
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|info = It's unknown how he caught it, but it appeared in a list of his Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind."
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|nameline = [[Gary's Houndoom|Houndoom]]}}
   
He also has at least thirteen other Pokémon as seen in "[[IL025: Primeape Goes Bananas|Primeape Goes Bananas]]".
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He also has at least thirteen other Pokémon as seen in ''[[IL025: Primeape Goes Bananas|Primeape Goes Bananas]]''.
   
== Befriended ==
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===Talent Showdown only===
{| border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" style="width: 500px;"
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*[[Gary's Venusaur|Venusaur]]
| style="text-align: center;"|Image
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*[[Charizard]] - known moves: [[Flamethrower]]
| style="text-align: center;"|Information
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*[[Gary's Rhydon|Rhydon]]
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*[[Exeggutor]]
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[[File:142aerodactyl.png|thumb|left]]
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===Befriended===
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{{AnimePokémon
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|type = rock
== Statistics ==
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|type2 = flying
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|image = Gary Aerodactyl.png
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|info = Gary befriended this Aerodactyl after resurrecting it from its fossil.
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|nameline = [[Aerodactyl (anime)|Aerodactyl]]}}
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==Statistics==
 
===Badges===
 
===Badges===
 
====Kanto League====
 
====Kanto League====
{{I|I=SonicRSonic.png|w = 200|a = right|c = Gary's Kanto Badges}}
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[[File:SonicRSonic.png|thumb|Gary's Kanto Badges]]
*Boulder Badge
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*[[Gym Badges#Boulder Badge|Boulder Badge]]
*Cascade Badge
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*[[Gym Badges#Cascade Badge|Cascade Badge]]
*Rainbow Badge
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*[[Gym Badges#Rainbow Badge|Rainbow Badge]]
 
*7 Unidentified Badges
 
*7 Unidentified Badges
   
 
====Johto League====
 
====Johto League====
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8 Unknown Badges
   
*8 Unknown Badges
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===Pokémon League Status===
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*[[Indigo Plateau Conference]] (Indigo League) Loses to [[Melissa]]: Top 32
===Pokemon League Status===
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*[[Silver Conference]] (Johto League) Loses to Ash: Top 16
 
*Kanto Conference (Indigo League) Loses to Melissa: Top 32
 
*Silver Conference (Johto League) Loses to Ash: Top 16
 
   
 
===Contests===
 
===Contests===
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Extreme Pokémon: Runner-Up
   
*Extreme Pokémon: Runner-Up
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==Trivia==
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*In Gary's first appearance in [[Pokémon: Battle Frontier|Battle Frontier]], Gary's new clothes resemble trainer Blue's clothes in ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Version|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]''.
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*Gary is the counterpart of [[Blue (Adventures)|Green]] in the Japanese Edition of the manga, ''[[Pokémon Adventures|Pokémon Special]]''. Though, due to the fact that ''[[Pokémon Red and Green Version|Pokémon Green]]'' was not released in America, his name was changed to Blue in the manga and games for the English release.
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*[[Gary's Electivire]] is his only Pokémon which is from a region other than [[Kanto]] or [[Johto]].
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*Gary is shown to care about his Pokémon. Also, he is shown at least once kissing a [[Poké Ball]] before sending his Pokémon out. In the episode that this happened, [[IL063: The Battle Of The Badge|The Battle Of The Badge]], Gary shows nervousness when [[Mewtwo (anime)|Mewtwo]] uses psychic powers on [[Gary's Arcanine|Arcanine]] and [[Gary's Nidoking|Nidoking]].
   
== Episode Appearances ==
 
{{EpisodeAppearTop
 
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}{{EpisodeAppearMid
 
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
 
|EP# = MS001
 
|title = MS001: Pokémon The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back
 
|titleothername = MS001: Pokémon The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back}}
 
{{EpisodeAppearMid
 
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
 
|EP# = IL001
 
|title = IL001
 
|titleothername = Pokémon! I Choose You!}}
 
{{EpisodeAppearMid
 
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
 
|EP# = IL006
 
|title = IL006
 
|titleothername = Clefairy and the Moon Stone}}
 
{{EpisodeAppearEnd
 
|season = Pokémon: Black and White}}
 
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="left" spacing="small" widths="100">
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<gallery>
 
Gary Oak!.png
 
Gary Oak!.png
 
GaryOak12345.png
 
GaryOak12345.png
 
GaryOak.png
 
GaryOak.png
Tumblr lchd5uhiGK1qca67po1 400.png|Gary with his Umbreon
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Gary and Umbreon.png|Gary with his Umbreon
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Gary retconned eyes.png|Gary's appearance in the Best Wishes series
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
== Trivia ==
 
* In Gary's first appearance in [[Battle Frontier]], Gary's new clothes resemble trainer Blue's clothes in ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]''.
 
* Gary is the counterpart of Green in the Japanese Edition of the manga, ''[[Pokémon Special]]''. Though, due to the fact that ''[[Pokémon Green]]'' was not released in America, his name was changed to Blue in the manga and games for the English release.
 
* Gary's [[Electivire]] is his only Pokémon which is from a region other than [[Kanto]] or [[Johto]].
 
* Gary is shown to care about his Pokemon. Also, he is shown at least once kissing a pokeball before sending his Pokemon out. In the episode that this happened, [[The Battle of the Badge|the Battle of the Badge]] , Gary shows nervousness when Mewtwo uses psychic powers on Arcanine and Nidoking.
 
*Gary, along with 3 other main rivals ([[Drew]], [[Paul]] and [[Trip]]) all have their Japanese names start with"Sh-". Gary is Shigeru, Drew is Shuu, Paul is Shinji and Trip is Shooti.
 
* Gary appeared during all '''Pokémon''' series. Since ''Best Wishes!'' started, it is assumed that he, Misty, May, Max, Dawn, Tracey, and Brock may not appear at all in the Best Wishes! series at all because of its fresh new start.
 
** However Dawn appeared in Best Wishes! Season 2.
 
   
 
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[[Category:Male Characters]]
[[Category:Manga Characters]]
 
 
[[Category:Ash's Rivals]]
 
[[Category:Ash's Rivals]]
 
[[Category:Researcher]]
 
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Gary Oak
(オーキド・シゲル Shigeru Ōkido)
Gary Oak
General
Gender: Male
Hometown: Pallet Town
Region: Kanto
Family: Professor Oak (Grandfather)
Unnamed Parents
Class: Pokémon Researcher

Pokemon Trainer (formerly)

Friends: Ash
Misty
Brock
Dawn
First Appearance: Pokémon - I Choose You!
Voice actor: Jimmy Zoppi (English)

Yūko Kobayashi (Japanese)

Gary Oak is Professor Oak's grandson and Ash Ketchum's rival in the first few seasons. His Starter Pokémon was a Squirtle that later evolved into a Blastoise.

AppearanceEdit

Gary has mahogany hair and black eyes. In the original series, Gary wore a long-sleeved purple shirt, a black necklace, dark blue pants and shoes. In the Advanced Generation series and Diamond and Pearl series, he wears a black collared shirt, pants, a black necklace with a lavender bead instead of the original gold, and sneakers with a dark backpack.

PersonalityEdit

The day he started out on his Pokémon journey, he came off as an arrogant Trainer, much like his game counterpart, Blue. His chosen starter Pokémon was Squirtle, which was actually the same Pokémon that Ash originally wanted to start with. He even had a group of cheerleaders who cheered him on in all his battles and would go so far as crying whenever he lost. He didn't walk on his journeys like most Trainers did; instead he had his own sporty red convertible with a chauffeur. Gary loved when he got a chance to make fun of Ash by bragging about how far behind Ash was compared to him. He also gave Ash the pet-name of "Ashy-boy" (Japanese: "Satoshi-kun"), which occasionally seems to annoy him. His style of training at this point was to capture many Pokémon and to use the strongest, as a stark contrast to Ash, who focused on developing a bond with his Pokémon.

His arrogance continued overtime during Ash’s journey in Kanto until he challenged the Viridian City Gym Leader, Giovanni, to a Pokémon battle for his final (but not necessary) Badge in The Battle of the Badge where his was brutally defeated by Mewtwo. However, this still didn't change his arrogance. It would take a loss at the Pokémon League way later on against Melissa for him to finally realize that he greatly needed to change himself.

In his few appearances during the Johto saga, he seemed to have become the complete opposite of who he was. He became polite and respectful to others, including Ash.

BiographyEdit

AnimeEdit

Gary Oak is Ash's rival. He first appeared in Pokemon - I Choose You!, where he left Pallet Town and wanted to become a Pokémon Master before Ash did. In the beginning, Gary claims to be the best of the best and has the typical smug attitude, known by having fangirls and a fanclub to go along, but, as the anime moves forward, he becomes less prideful and arrogant than that of his earlier appearances in the anime. 

MangaEdit

The Electric Tale of PikachuEdit

Main article: Gary Oak (ETP)


PokémonEdit

On handEdit

Pokémon Information
Gary&#039;s Blastoise
Blastoise was chosen by Gary as his starter Pokémon. It evolved, and was used in the Indigo League against Ash's Charizard.
Squirtle → Wartortle → Blastoise
Pokémon Information
Gary&#039;s Umbreon
In the season finale of the Orange Islands season, Gary and Ash had a battle at Pallet Town between Eevee and Pikachu. Eevee sometime later evolved to Umbreon.
Eevee → Umbreon
Pokémon Information
Gary&#039;s Electivire
It's unknown when and how Gary came across Electivire other than it being one of the Sinnoh region Pokémon he was studying.
Electivire

With Professor OakEdit

Pokémon Information
Gary Arcanine
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Arcanine
Pokémon Information
Gary Nidoking
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Nidoking
Pokémon Information
Gary&#039;s Krabby
Only known thing about Gary's Krabby is that it's bigger than the one Ash caught and was caught beforehand
Krabby
Pokémon Information
Gary Nidoqueen
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Nidoqueen
Pokémon Information
Gary Dodrio-1-
It's unknown how he caught it, prevented him from escaping with the Team Rocket one Aerodactyl in Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl.
Doduo → Dodrio
Pokémon Information
Gary Johto Pokémon
Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind!.
Kingdra
Pokémon Information
Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon
Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind!.
Fearow
Pokémon Information
Gary Magmar
It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it against Ash in the Johto League in The Ties That Bind!.
Magmar
Pokémon Information
Gary Johto Pokémon
Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in The Ties That Bind.
Skarmory
Pokémon Information
Gary Scizor
It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it in the battle against Ash during the Johto League in Can't Beat The Heat!.
Scizor
Pokémon Information
Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon
Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind" and also the 'Talent Showdown' book. Its known moves are Psybeam and Confusion.
Alakazam
Pokémon Information
Gary Golem-1-
It's unknown how he caught it, but he used it against Ash in the Johto League in "Can't Beat The Heat!"
Golem
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Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon
Seen in a list of Gary's Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind."
Pinsir
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Gary Unseen Silver Conference Pokémon
It's unknown how he caught it, but it appeared in a list of his Pokemon in "The Ties That Bind."
Houndoom

He also has at least thirteen other Pokémon as seen in Primeape Goes Bananas.

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Gary Aerodactyl
Gary befriended this Aerodactyl after resurrecting it from its fossil.
Aerodactyl

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SonicRSonic

Gary's Kanto Badges

Johto LeagueEdit

8 Unknown Badges

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Extreme Pokémon: Runner-Up

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