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{{Main Game Character
 
{{Main Game Character
|name = Gold
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|name = Ethan
|japanese_name = ゴールド Gōrudo
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|japanese_name = ヒビキ Hibiki
 
|image = Gold.png
 
|image = Gold.png
|artworkinfo = '''Gold''' renamed as '''Ethan''' in ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]''
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|artworkinfo = '''Ethan''', previously '''Gold''' in ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]''
|names = '''Japanese''': Gold, Hibiki<br>'''English''': Gold, Ethan (HG/SS)
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|names = '''Japanese''': Gold, Hibiki<br />'''English''': Gold, Ethan (HG/SS)
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|class = [[Pokémon Trainer]]
 
|class = [[Pokémon Trainer]]
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|hometown = [[New Bark Town]]
 
|hometown = [[New Bark Town]]
 
|relatives = Unnamed Mother
 
|relatives = Unnamed Mother
|first = [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] ''(2000)''
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|first = [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] <br />''(2000)''
|otherappear = [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]
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|otherappear = [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]] <br />''(2010)''
 
|rival= [[Silver (game)|Silver]]}}
 
|rival= [[Silver (game)|Silver]]}}
   
{{nihongo|'''Gold'''|ゴールド|Gōrudo}} (also known as '''Ethan''' in ''HeartGold'' and ''SoulSilver'' versions) is the protagonist of the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|''Pokémon Gold'' and ''Silver'']] games and [[Gold (manga)|a character]] of the Pokémon Adventures manga, having appeared in the Gold/Silver/Crystal arc, the Emerald arc, and most recently as 16 in the HG/SS arc.
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{{nihongo|Ethan|ヒビキ|Hibiki}} (also known as '''Gold''' in ''Gold'' and ''Silver'' versions) is the protagonist of the [[Pokémon Gold & Silver Version|''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'']], [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|''HeartGold'' & ''SoulSilver'']] games and [[Gold (Adventures)|a character]] of the Pokémon Adventures manga, having appeared in the Gold/Silver/Crystal arc, the Emerald arc, and most recently as 16 in the HG/SS arc.
   
==Characteristics==
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==Appearance==
In the ''[[Pokémon Adventures]]'' manga, Gold is immature and mischievous, and likes playing billiards, but sometimes he may use his [[Pokémon]] to cheat. He often listens to the radio because of his idol, [[DJ Mary]] from the [[Goldenrod Radio Station]]. He usually wears a pair of goggles and travels on a scooter. Instead of throwing or kicking his [[Poké Balls]], he uses a billiard cue to shoot them out. Gold's hobbies include gambling, skateboarding, and trying foods from different cities. [[Professor Oak]] noted that while [[Red (game)|Red]] had some odd habits, Gold is much more immature and mischievous. Prof. Oak stated that Gold's special skill is Pokémon-hatching and is known as the "Breeder". He has the ability to draw out the largest potential of a baby Pokémon, having lived with Pokémon his whole life. Two examples of this are [[Gold's Togekiss|Togepi]] and [[Gold's Pichu|Pichu]].
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==Personality==
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==Biography==
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===Games===
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====Main Games====
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=====Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold & SoulSilver=====
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[[File:Gold 1.png|left|150px|Gold in Gold and Silver]]
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In ''[[Pokémon Gold & Silver Version|Gold &amp; Silver]]'' & ''[[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|HeartGold &amp; SoulSilver]]'', Ethan is a young trainer from the [[Johto]] region, who sets out to prove himself three years after Red became the Pokémon League [[Champion]]. Ethan is the male protagonist in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Pokémon Crystal and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. Ethan's journey as a [[Pokémon trainer]] begins when [[Professor Elm]] asks him to run an errand for [[Mr. Pokémon]], who lives north of [[Cherrygrove City]]. Because he may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives him a choice between [[Starter Pokémon|three Pokémon]] to protect him: [[Cyndaquil]], [[Totodile]] or [[Chikorita]].
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[[File:Gold 2.png|right|150px|Gold in Crystal]]
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Ethan meets another boy his age watching Elm's Lab from outside. When he tries to talk to him the boy abruptly shoves him away. The boy, [[Silver (game)|Silver]], will become Ethan's rival, analogous to [[Blue (game)|Blue]] in [[Generation I]]. Ethan continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes his errand. While there he meets [[Professor Oak]] who, upon realizing Ethan's bond with his new Pokémon, gives him a [[Pokédex]]. On his way back home, Ethan again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining [[Pokémon]]. After defeating/being defeated by the boy in battle, he learns his name and relays it to the police in [[New Bark Town]]. Professor Elm allows Ethan to keep the Pokémon he chose earlier, and encourages him to compete in the [[Johto]] League.
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From there Ethan begins on a Pokémon journey in the [[Johto]] region, facing off against its [[Johto Gyms|eight Gym Leaders]], defeating and disbanding the newly reformed [[Team Rocket]], and becoming League [[Champion]] by defeating the [[Elite Four]] and its previous [[Champion]], [[Lance]] at the [[Indigo Plateau]]. Along the way he also teaches Silver to respect [[Pokémon]] as living creatures and not just as tools for battle. After being declared the League Champion, Ethan then takes a short trip on a ship, the [[S.S. Aqua]], from [[Olivine City]] to [[Vermilion City]] in [[Kanto]]. Journeying across that region, he battles against its own set of eight [[Gym Leaders]], including two new faces, [[Janine]], who replaced her father [[Koga]] on his promotion to the [[Elite Four]], and Blue, who was formerly League Champion himself, and replaced [[Giovanni]] after the latter fled. Upon getting permission from [[Professor Oak]] in [[Pallet Town]], Ethan heads for [[Mt. Silver]] via [[Route 28]]. His journey comes to a close when he finally faces the legendary trainer [[Red (game)|Red]] deep in Mt. Silver's cave, who had been training there since shortly after he became League [[Champion]] three years prior.
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===Manga===
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====Adventures====
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{{Main|Gold (Adventures)}}
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In the ''[[Pokémon Adventures]]'' manga, his name is based on his original game's he appears in. Gold is immature and mischievous, and likes playing billiards, but sometimes he may use his [[Pokémon]] to cheat. He often listens to the radio because of his idol, [[DJ Mary]] from the [[Goldenrod Radio Station]]. He usually wears a pair of goggles and travels on a scooter. Instead of throwing or kicking his [[Poké Balls]], he uses a billiard cue to shoot them out. Gold's hobbies include gambling, skateboarding, and trying foods from different cities. [[Professor Oak]] noted that while [[Red (Adventures)|Red]] had some odd habits, Gold is much more immature and mischievous. Prof. Oak stated that Gold's special skill is Pokémon-hatching and is known as the "Breeder". He has the ability to draw out the largest potential of a baby Pokémon, having lived with Pokémon his whole life. Two examples of this are [[Gold's Togekiss|Togepi]] and [[Gold's Pichu|Pichu]].
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===Anime===
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====Main Series====
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{{Main|Jimmy}}
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[[File:Ethan-gold.png|thumb|left|200px|Ethan and his Donphan.]]
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Ethan appears in the spin-off, ''[[Pokémon Chronicles]]'', but is renamed as [[Jimmy]] (''Kenta''). In the [[Pokémon Anime|anime]], Jimmy is a traveling [[Pokémon trainer]] from [[New Bark Town]] in the [[Johto]] region. He received his first [[Pokémon]], a [[Cyndaquil]] from [[Professor Elm]]. From then on, Jimmy set out on his journey becoming a [[Pokémon trainer]], traveling the World of Pokémon, competing in many challenges, and catching newer Pokémon along the way.
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Jimmy is portrayed as a gutsy yet impulsive trainer, charging recklessly into situations without forethought. As such, his offensive battle style mimics this behavior, as his [[Pokémon]] are trained to withstand attacks than evade them while fighting, preferring to face an opponent head-on. His primary goal is to become a strong Pokémon trainer, and ultimately rise to [[Champion|Pokémon Master]]. Jimmy became very determined and dedicated to winning many battles with his team and made a promise to them that they would travel and win every competition together.
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Of all his [[Pokémon]], [[Typhlosion|Typhlo]][[Typhlosion|sion]] is Jimmy's most trusted and closest companion. Since the beginning of their journey, the two have since faced many challenges and obstacles together. After suffering a humiliating loss to [[Silver (game)|Silver]], Jimmy's [[rival]], Jimmy and [[Cyndaquil]] worked hard on their progress and soon Cyndaquil evolved, and later became the strong [[Typhlosion]]. Jimmy has shown that not only is he a great trainer, but his bond with his [[Pokémon]] runs very deeply and they will all do whatever it takes to get things done.
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Jimmy's notable trait is his signature catchphrase "You rock, you rule!", a quote repeatedly expressed to his
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[[Pokémon]] with a thumbs-up victory pose after winning a battle. In the Japanese version, he uses the phrase "Okay! Perfect!". He has a noticeable crush on [[Marina (Johto)|Marina]], though refuses to admit it out loud. Both he and Marina participated in the [[Silver Conference]] a full year ahead of [[Vincent]]. It is presumed he is now traveling in [[Kanto]].
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====Movie Series====
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Another character, based on Gold, made a cameo in the beginning of the movie ''[[MS013: Pokémon - Zoroark: Master of Illusions|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'', battling against Ash with a Donphan.
   
 
==Sprites==
 
==Sprites==
 
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = [[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Ethan's [[Pokémon Crystal|C]] Battle Sprite}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Ethan's Vs. Sprite}}
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = [[Pokéathlon]] sprite from [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HGSS]]}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Ethan's [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HGSS]] <br /> Battle Sprite}}
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Back Sprite}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Ethan's [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HGSS]] [[Pokéathlon]] sprite}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Ethan's [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HGSS]] <br /> Back Sprite}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeaderEnd}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeaderEnd}}
 
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{{TrainerSpriteEnd}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteEnd}}
   
==Appearances==
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==Pokémon==
===In video games===
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===Games===
Gold is a young trainer from the [[Johto]] region, who sets out to prove himself three years after Red became the [[File:Gold 1.png|left|150px|Gold in Gold and Silver]]League [[Champion]]. Ethan is the male protagonist in [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'']], and ''[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]''. Ethan's journey as a [[Pokémon trainer]] begins when [[Professor Elm]] asks him to run an errand for [[Mr. Pokémon]], who lives north of [[Cherrygrove City]]. Because he may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives him a choice between [[Starter Pokémon|three Pokémon]] to protect him: [[Cyndaquil]], [[Totodile]] or [[Chikorita]].
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====Main Games====
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=====HG/SS=====
Ethan meets another boy his age watching Elm's Lab from outside. When he tries to talk to him the boy abruptly shoves him away. The boy, [[Silver]], will become Ethan's rival, analogous to [[Blue]] in [[Generation I]]. Ethan continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes his errand. While there he meets [[Professor Oak]] who, upon realizing Ethan's bond with his new Pokémon, gives him a [[Pokédex]]. On his way back home, Ethan again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining [[Pokémon]]. After defeating/being defeated by the boy in battle, he learns his name and relays it to the police in [[New Bark Town]]. Professor Elm allows Ethan to keep the Pokémon he chose earlier, and encourages him to compete in the [[Johto]] League.
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======Catch Tutor======
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===Anime===
[[File:Gold 2.png|right|150px|Gold in Crystal]]
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====Movie Series====
From there Ethan begins on a Pokémon journey in the [[Johto]] region, facing off against its [[Johto Gyms|eight Gym Leaders]], defeating and disbanding the newly reformed [[Team Rocket]], and becoming League [[Champion]] by defeating the [[Elite Four]] and its previous [[Champion]], [[Lance]] at the [[Indigo Plateau]]. Along the way he also teaches [[Silver]] to respect [[Pokémon]] as living creatures and not just as tools for battle. After being declared the League Champion, Ethan then takes a short trip on a ship, the [[S.S. Aqua]], from [[Olivine City]] to [[Vermilion City]] in [[Kanto]]. Journeying across that region, he battles against its own set of eight [[Gym Leaders]], including two new faces, [[Janine]], who replaced her father [[Koga]] on his promotion to the [[Elite Four]], and [[Blue]], who was formerly League Champion himself, and replaced [[Giovanni]] after the latter fled. Upon getting permission from [[Professor Oak]] in [[Pallet Town]], Ethan heads for [[Mt. Silver]] via [[Route 28]]. His journey comes to a close when he finally faces the legendary trainer [[Red]] deep in Mt. Silver's cave, who had been [[File:Ethan opening.png|right|150px]]training there since shortly after he became League [[Champion]] three years prior.
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=====On Hand=====
 
===In the Manga===
 
{{Main|Gold (manga)}}
 
 
===In the Anime===
 
{{Main|Jimmy}}
 
Gold appears in the spin-off, ''[[Pokémon Chronicles]]'', but is renamed as [[Jimmy]] (''Kenta''). In the [[Pokémon Anime|anime]], Jimmy is a traveling [[Pokémon trainer]] from [[New Bark Town]] in the [[Johto]] region. He received his first [[Pokémon]], a [[Cyndaquil]] from [[Professor Elm]]. From then on, [[Jimmy]] set out on his journey becoming a [[Pokémon trainer]], traveling the World of Pokémon, competing in many challenges, and catching newer Pokémon along the way.
 
 
[[Jimmy]] is portrayed as a gutsy yet impulsive trainer, charging recklessly into situations without forethought. As such, his offensive battle style mimics this behavior, as his [[Pokémon]] are trained to withstand attacks than evade them while fighting, preferring to face an opponent head-on. His primary goal is to become a strong Pokémon trainer, and ultimately rise to [[Champion|Pokémon Master]]. Jimmy became very determined and dedicated to winning many battles with his team and made a promise to them that they would travel and win every competition together.
 
 
Of all his [[Pokémon]], [[Typhlosion|Typhlo]][[Typhlosion|sion]] is Jimmy's most trusted and closest companion. Since the beginning of their journey, the two have since faced many challenges and obstacles together. After suffering a humiliating loss to [[Silver]], [[Jimmy]]'s [[rival]], [[Jimmy]] and [[Cyndaquil]] worked hard on their progress and soon Cyndaquil evolved, and later became the strong [[Typhlosion]]. Jimmy has shown that not only is he a great trainer, but his bond with his [[Pokémon]] runs very deeply and they will all do whatever it takes to get things done.
 
 
Jimmy's notable trait is his signature catchphrase "You rock, you rule!", a quote repeatedly expressed to his
 
[[Pokémon]] with a thumbs-up victory pose after winning a battle. In the Japanese version, he uses the phrase "Okay! Perfect!". He has a noticeable crush on [[Marina]], though refuses to admit it out loud. Both he and Marina participated in the [[Silver Conference]] a full year ahead of [[Vincent]]. It is presumed he is now traveling in [[Kanto]].
 
 
[[File:Ethan-gold.png|thumb|200px|Ethan and his Donphan.]]
 
Another character, based on Gold, made a cameo in the beginning of the movie ''[[Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'', battling against Ash with a Donphan.
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*In Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal his default name was Gold, it was later changed to Ethan in HeartGold and SoulSilver. He set out in order to prove himself worthy of the Pokemon Master, Red, who is the strongest trainer in the entire Pokémon franchise.
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*In Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal his default name was Gold, it was later changed to Ethan in HeartGold and SoulSilver. He set out in order to prove himself worthy of the Pokémon Master, Red, who is the strongest trainer in the entire Pokémon franchise.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
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1339608137063.jpg|Jimmy in the Alpha Ruins.
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1339608137063.jpg|Gold in the Alpha Ruins.
Sometimes you just have one of those days....jpg|Jimmy in the anime
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Sometimes you just have one of those days....jpg|Jimmy in the anime.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   

Latest revision as of 07:32, August 12, 2014

Ethan
ヒビキ Hibiki
Gold
Ethan, previously Gold in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
Names Japanese: Gold, Hibiki
English: Gold, Ethan (HG/SS)
Gender Male
Class Pokémon Trainer
Region Johto
Hometown New Bark Town
Relatives Unnamed Mother
First Appearance Pokémon Gold and Silver
(2000)
Other Appearances Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
(2010)
Rival(s) Silver
Main Game Character

Ethan (Japanese: ヒビキ Hibiki) (also known as Gold in Gold and Silver versions) is the protagonist of the Pokémon Gold, Silver, HeartGold & SoulSilver games and a character of the Pokémon Adventures manga, having appeared in the Gold/Silver/Crystal arc, the Emerald arc, and most recently as 16 in the HG/SS arc.

AppearanceEdit

PersonalityEdit

BiographyEdit

GamesEdit

Main GamesEdit

Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold & SoulSilverEdit
Gold 1

In Gold & Silver & HeartGold & SoulSilver, Ethan is a young trainer from the Johto region, who sets out to prove himself three years after Red became the Pokémon League Champion. Ethan is the male protagonist in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Pokémon Crystal and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. Ethan's journey as a Pokémon trainer begins when Professor Elm asks him to run an errand for Mr. Pokémon, who lives north of Cherrygrove City. Because he may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives him a choice between three Pokémon to protect him: Cyndaquil, Totodile or Chikorita.

Gold 2

Ethan meets another boy his age watching Elm's Lab from outside. When he tries to talk to him the boy abruptly shoves him away. The boy, Silver, will become Ethan's rival, analogous to Blue in Generation I. Ethan continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes his errand. While there he meets Professor Oak who, upon realizing Ethan's bond with his new Pokémon, gives him a Pokédex. On his way back home, Ethan again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining Pokémon. After defeating/being defeated by the boy in battle, he learns his name and relays it to the police in New Bark Town. Professor Elm allows Ethan to keep the Pokémon he chose earlier, and encourages him to compete in the Johto League.

From there Ethan begins on a Pokémon journey in the Johto region, facing off against its eight Gym Leaders, defeating and disbanding the newly reformed Team Rocket, and becoming League Champion by defeating the Elite Four and its previous Champion, Lance at the Indigo Plateau. Along the way he also teaches Silver to respect Pokémon as living creatures and not just as tools for battle. After being declared the League Champion, Ethan then takes a short trip on a ship, the S.S. Aqua, from Olivine City to Vermilion City in Kanto. Journeying across that region, he battles against its own set of eight Gym Leaders, including two new faces, Janine, who replaced her father Koga on his promotion to the Elite Four, and Blue, who was formerly League Champion himself, and replaced Giovanni after the latter fled. Upon getting permission from Professor Oak in Pallet Town, Ethan heads for Mt. Silver via Route 28. His journey comes to a close when he finally faces the legendary trainer Red deep in Mt. Silver's cave, who had been training there since shortly after he became League Champion three years prior.

MangaEdit

AdventuresEdit

Main article: Gold (Adventures)

In the Pokémon Adventures manga, his name is based on his original game's he appears in. Gold is immature and mischievous, and likes playing billiards, but sometimes he may use his Pokémon to cheat. He often listens to the radio because of his idol, DJ Mary from the Goldenrod Radio Station. He usually wears a pair of goggles and travels on a scooter. Instead of throwing or kicking his Poké Balls, he uses a billiard cue to shoot them out. Gold's hobbies include gambling, skateboarding, and trying foods from different cities. Professor Oak noted that while Red had some odd habits, Gold is much more immature and mischievous. Prof. Oak stated that Gold's special skill is Pokémon-hatching and is known as the "Breeder". He has the ability to draw out the largest potential of a baby Pokémon, having lived with Pokémon his whole life. Two examples of this are Togepi and Pichu.

AnimeEdit

Main SeriesEdit

Main article: Jimmy
Ethan-gold

Ethan and his Donphan.

Ethan appears in the spin-off, Pokémon Chronicles, but is renamed as Jimmy (Kenta). In the anime, Jimmy is a traveling Pokémon trainer from New Bark Town in the Johto region. He received his first Pokémon, a Cyndaquil from Professor Elm. From then on, Jimmy set out on his journey becoming a Pokémon trainer, traveling the World of Pokémon, competing in many challenges, and catching newer Pokémon along the way.

Jimmy is portrayed as a gutsy yet impulsive trainer, charging recklessly into situations without forethought. As such, his offensive battle style mimics this behavior, as his Pokémon are trained to withstand attacks than evade them while fighting, preferring to face an opponent head-on. His primary goal is to become a strong Pokémon trainer, and ultimately rise to Pokémon Master. Jimmy became very determined and dedicated to winning many battles with his team and made a promise to them that they would travel and win every competition together.

Of all his Pokémon, Typhlosion is Jimmy's most trusted and closest companion. Since the beginning of their journey, the two have since faced many challenges and obstacles together. After suffering a humiliating loss to Silver, Jimmy's rival, Jimmy and Cyndaquil worked hard on their progress and soon Cyndaquil evolved, and later became the strong Typhlosion. Jimmy has shown that not only is he a great trainer, but his bond with his Pokémon runs very deeply and they will all do whatever it takes to get things done.

Jimmy's notable trait is his signature catchphrase "You rock, you rule!", a quote repeatedly expressed to his Pokémon with a thumbs-up victory pose after winning a battle. In the Japanese version, he uses the phrase "Okay! Perfect!". He has a noticeable crush on Marina, though refuses to admit it out loud. Both he and Marina participated in the Silver Conference a full year ahead of Vincent. It is presumed he is now traveling in Kanto.

Movie SeriesEdit

Another character, based on Gold, made a cameo in the beginning of the movie Zoroark: Master of Illusions, battling against Ash with a Donphan.

SpritesEdit

Ethan's GS Battle Sprite


Ethan's C Battle Sprite


Ethan's GSC Back Sprite


Ethan's Vs. Sprite


Ethan's HGSS
Battle Sprite


Ethan's HGSS Pokéathlon sprite


Ethan's HGSS
Back Sprite
GoldGS


GoldCrystal


GoldBackGSC


EthanVS


EthanBattleSprite


HGSS E~1


EthanBehindSprite


PokémonEdit

GamesEdit

Main GamesEdit

HG/SSEdit
Catch TutorEdit

AnimeEdit

Movie SeriesEdit

On HandEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal his default name was Gold, it was later changed to Ethan in HeartGold and SoulSilver. He set out in order to prove himself worthy of the Pokémon Master, Red, who is the strongest trainer in the entire Pokémon franchise.

GalleryEdit

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