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{{GymLeaderBox
 
{{GymLeaderBox
|image = JasmineHGSS.png|200px]
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|image = HGSS Jasmine.png
 
|title = The Steel-Clad Defense Girl
 
|title = The Steel-Clad Defense Girl
 
|name = Jasmine
 
|name = Jasmine
 
|jname = ミカン Mikan
 
|jname = ミカン Mikan
|age = 15
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|hometown = [[Olivine City]]
|hometown = Olivine City
 
 
|region = Johto
 
|region = Johto
|family = Grandfather
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|family = [[Myron]] (grandfather) <small>(anime only)</small>
 
|class = Coordinator
 
|class = Coordinator
 
|badge = Mineral Badge
 
|badge = Mineral Badge
 
|type = Steel
 
|type = Steel
|friends = Unknown
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|firstappear = [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] (games)
|firstappear = anime: [[JE092: Fight for the Light!|Fight for the Light!]] games: [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]]
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<hr />[[JE092: Fight For The Light!|Fight For The Light!]] (anime)
}}
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|voiceact = [[Tara Jayne]] <small>English (4Kids)</small><br />[[Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld]] <small>English (TPCi)</small>}}
{{Q|Thank you for your help at the Lighthouse... But this is different. Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jasmine, a Gym Leader. I use the...clang! Steel type! ...Do you know about the Steel type? They are very hard, cold, sharp, and really strong! Um... I'm not lying.|Jasmine, [[Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]}}
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{{Q|Thank you for your help at the Lighthouse... But this is different. Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jasmine, a Gym Leader. I use the...clang! Steel type! ...Do you know about the Steel type? They are very hard, cold, sharp, and really strong! Um... I'm not lying.|Jasmine, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Version|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]}}
'''Jasmine''' (Japanese: '''ミカン''' ''Mikan'') makes two appearances in Gen. II and Gen. IV. In Gen. II, she is the Gym Leader of Olivine City. Defeating her will give you the [[Mineral Badge]]. In Gen. IV, she appears when you reach the beach at [[Sunyshore City]] and will give you the [[HM08]] [[Waterfall]].
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'''Jasmine''' (Japanese: '''ミカン''' ''Mikan'') is the Gym Leader of [[Olivine City]].
   
In addition, if you make it to a Master Rank Pokémon Contests, you will go up against her and her [[Steelix]].
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==Appearance==
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==Personality==
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==Biography==
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===Games===
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====Gold, Silver and Crystal====
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Jasmine makes two appearances in Gen. II and Gen. IV. In Gen. II, she is the Gym Leader of Olivine City. Defeating her will give you the [[Mineral Badge]].
   
She does amazing in the both the Dress up and Dance categories, but falters in the performance of moves. Jasmine appears in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum in [[Sunyshore City]].
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====Diamond, Pearl and Platinum====
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In Gen. IV, she appears when you reach the beach at [[Sunyshore City]] and will give you the [[HM07]] [[Waterfall]].
   
== In the Anime ==
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In addition, if you make it to a Master Rank Pokémon Contests, you will go up against her and her Steelix.
[[File:Jasmine.gif|thumb|left|Jasmine's old look]]
 
In the Anime she was voiced by [[Tara Sands]] back in Johto League Champions and Pokémon Master Quest, and she was voiced by [[Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld]] in Sinnoh League Victors, much to fans dismay in the hopes that Tara would voice her again.
 
   
She first appeared in Fight For the Light, where she stopped a battle between Ash and her apprentice Janina. She scolded her for using water-proof wax on her Onix and sent her away. She then declined Ash's offer for a Gym Battle and with good reason: Sparkle, the Ampharos at the lighthouse, is sick and Jasmine must take care of it until it was better. After seeing her apprentice battle with her own strength she let her be her apprentice again saying she was never expelled in the first place. This is an example of her tough but fair personality, a trait she did not have in the games.
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She does amazing in the both the Dress up and Dance categories, but falters in the performance of moves.
   
[[File:Jasmine DP180.png|thumb|Jasmine's New Look]]
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===Manga===
She appeared again in Nerves of Steelix showing off her bravery by jumping onto her Steelix' head from a very high cliff (very different from her game counterpart). She can also be one tough cookie in battle, but in the end, she lost, and as Gym Leader, gave Ash the Mineral Badge.
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{{Main|Jasmine (Adventures)}}
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She battled [[Brock (Adventures)|Brock]] in the fight where all Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders fought each other and she won because no one knew there was such a thing as a steel type Pokémon, and Brock was surprised that Onix had another evolution that is none other than Steelix. [[Professor Oak (Adventures)|Professor Oak]] explained that there was a new discovered type called {{type|steel}}-type.
   
She then appeared in Four Roads Diverged on a Pokémon Port in her new HeartGold and SoulSilver look and was happy to see Ash again. She had participated in contest battles with her Steelix learning new things along the way. She lost in a battle with Flint of the Elite Four and strived to become stronger ever since.
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===Anime===
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====Season 4: Johto League Champions====
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[[File:Jasmine anime.jpg|thumb|left|Jasmine, in the anime]]
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She first appeared when she stopped a battle between [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] and her apprentice [[Janina]]. She scolded her for using water-proof wax on her [[Janina's Onix|Onix]] and sent her away. She then declined Ash'd challenge for a Gym Battle, as [[Amphy|Sparkle]], the Ampharos at the lighthouse, is sick and she must take care of it. After seeing her apprentice battle with her own strength she let her be her apprentice again saying she was never expelled in the first place. This is an example of her tough but fair personality, a trait she did not have in the games.
   
== In the Manga ==
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====Season 5: Master Quest====
She battled Brock in the fight where all Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders fought each other and she won because no one knew there was such a thing as a steel type Pokémon, and Brock was suprised that Onix had another evolution that is none other than Steelix. Professor Oak explained that there was a new discovered type called Steel Type.
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[[File:Jasmine DP180.png|thumb|Jasmine, in DP Sinnoh League Victors]]She appeared again in [[JE108: Nerves of Steelix!|Nerves of Steelix]] showing off her bravery by jumping onto her [[Jasmine's Steelix|Steelix]]' head from a very high cliff (very different from her game counterpart). She can also be one tough cookie in battle, but in the end, she lost, and as Gym Leader, gave Ash the Mineral Badge.
   
== Sprites ==
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====Season 13: DP Sinnoh League Victors====
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She made a new appearance in her new [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|HeartGold and SoulSilver]] look and was happy to see Ash again. She had participated in contest battles with her Steelix learning new things along the way. She lost in a battle with [[Flint (Sinnoh)|Flint]] of the [[Elite Four]] and strived to become stronger ever since.
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==Sprites==
 
{{Gen2TrainerSprite|type=steel}}
 
{{Gen2TrainerSprite|type=steel}}
   
== Pokémon in the Anime ==
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==Pokémon==
=== On hand ===
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===Games===
{{AnimePokémon
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====Gold, Silver and Crystal====
|type = steel
 
|info = Steelix is Jasmine's powerhouse Pokémon and she used it to stop Team Rocket with brute force. It easily defeated [[Ash's Pikachu]] before finally submitting to [[Ash's Quilava|Ash's Cyndaquil]]. Steelix also appeared in Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port along with Jasmine where it fought [[Flint's Infernape]]. It put up a good fight but lost fairly quickly.
 
|nameline = [[Jasmine's Steelix|Steelix]]
 
|image = Jasmine's_Steelix_2.jpg
 
}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = electric
 
|info = Magnemite is often seen floating on Jasmine's shoulder. Magnemite & Jasmine share a close friendship and Jasmine puts a lot of trust into it. In battle, it did not last long and was quickly defeated by Ash's Pikachu.
 
|nameline = [[Jasmine's Magnemite|Magnemite]]
 
|image = Jasmine's_Magnemite.jpg
 
}}
 
 
=== In the lighthouse ===
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = electric
 
|info = Jasmine's Ampharos is not a battling Pokémon. Living in the Lighthouse in Olivine City, Ampharos uses its electricity to light the port and show the way for boats. However it, at one point, got ill which required Ash to go to [[Cianwood City]] to get medicine for it.
 
|nameline = [[Amphy|Sparkle]]
 
|image = JE092.jpg
 
}}
 
 
== Pokémon in the Games ==
 
=== Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal ===
 
 
{{Trainer
 
{{Trainer
|NoP = 4
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|NoP = 3
|FileP1 = Magnemite(S)Sprite.png
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|FileP1 = C 081 front.gif
 
|P1 = Magnemite
 
|P1 = Magnemite
 
|T1P1 = Electric
 
|T1P1 = Electric
 
|T2P1 = Steel
 
|T2P1 = Steel
|FileP2 = Scizor(S)Sprite.png
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|FileP2 = C 208 front.gif
|P2 = Scizor
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|P2 = Steelix
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|GP2 = ♀
 
|T1P2 = Steel
 
|T1P2 = Steel
|FileP3 = Steelix(S)Sprite.png
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|T2P2 = Ground
|P3 = Steelix
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|LvP1 = 30
|GP3 =
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|LvP2 = 35
|T1P3 = Steel
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|ItmP1 = None
|T2P3 = Ground
 
|LvP1 = 31
 
|LvP2 = 31
 
|LvP3 = 34
 
|ItemP1 = None
 
 
|ItmP2 = None
 
|ItmP2 = None
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|M1P1 = [[Thunderbolt]]
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|M1P2 = [[Harden]]
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|M2P1 = [[Supersonic]]
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|M2P2 = [[Sandstorm]]
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|M3P1 = [[SonicBoom]]
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|M3P2 = [[Rock Throw]]
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|M4P1 = [[Thunder Wave]]
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|M4P2 = [[Iron Tail]]
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|P3 = Magnemite
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|FileP3 = C 081 front.gif
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|T1P3 = Electric
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|T2P3 = Steel
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|LvP3 = 30
 
|ItmP3 = None
 
|ItmP3 = None
|M1P1 = Thunderbolt
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|M1P3 = [[Thunderbolt]]
|M1P2 = Quick Attack
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|M2P3 = [[Supersonic]]
|M1P3 = Harden
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|M3P3 = [[SonicBoom]]
|M2P1 = Lock-On
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|M4P3 = [[Thunder Wave]]
|M2P2 = Steel Wing
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|game = 4}}
|M2P3 = Sandstorm
 
|M3P1 = SonicBoom
 
|M3P2 = Aerial Ace
 
|M3P3 = Rock Throw
 
|M4P1 = Thunder Wave
 
|M4P2 = Iron Defence
 
|M4P3 = Iron Tail
 
|P4 = Magnemite
 
|T1P4 = Electric
 
|T2P4 = Steel
 
|LvP4 = 33
 
|M1P4 = Thunderbolt
 
|M2P4 = Lock-On
 
|M3P4 = Swift|FileP4 = Magnemite(S)Sprite.png|GP2 = ♀|M4P4 = Thunder Wave}}
 
   
=== Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver ===
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====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
==== First Battle ====
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<tabber>
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Gym Battle=
 
{{Trainer
 
{{Trainer
|NoP = 4
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|NoP = 3
|FileP1 = Magnemite HGSS.png
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|FileP1 = HGSS 081 front.png
 
|P1 = Magnemite
 
|P1 = Magnemite
 
|T1P1 = Electric
 
|T1P1 = Electric
 
|T2P1 = Steel
 
|T2P1 = Steel
|FileP2 = ScizorHGSSSprite.png
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|FileP2 = HGSS 208f front.png
|P2 = Scizor
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|P2 = Steelix
 
|GP2 = ♀
 
|GP2 = ♀
 
|T1P2 = Steel
 
|T1P2 = Steel
|T2P2 = Flying
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|T2P2 = Ground
|FileP3 = Steelix HGSS.png
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|LvP1 = 30
|P3 = Steelix
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|LvP2 = 35
|GP3 =
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|AbiP1 = [[Magnet Pull]]
|T1P3 = Steel
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|AbiP2 = [[Sturdy]]
|T2P3 = Ground
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|ItmP1 = None
|LvP1 = 31
 
|LvP2 = 31
 
|LvP3 = 34
 
|AbiP1 = Magnet Pull
 
|AbiP2 = Sturdy
 
|AbiP3 = Sturdy
 
|ItemP1 = None
 
 
|ItmP2 = None
 
|ItmP2 = None
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|M1P1 = [[Thunderbolt]]
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|M1P2 = [[Sandstorm]]
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|M2P1 = [[Supersonic]]
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|M2P2 = [[Screech]]
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|M3P1 = [[SonicBoom]]
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|M3P2 = [[Rock Throw]]
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|M4P1 = [[Thunder Wave]]
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|M4P2 = [[Iron Tail]]
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|FileP3 = HGSS 081 front.png
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|P3 = Magnemite
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|T1P3 = Electric
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|T2P3 = Steel
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|LvP3 = 30
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|AbiP3 = [[Magnet Pull]]
 
|ItmP3 = None
 
|ItmP3 = None
|M1P1 = Thunderbolt
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|M1P3 = [[Thunderbolt]]
|M1P2 = Quick Attack
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|M2P3 = [[SonicBoom]]
|M1P3 = Harden
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|M3P3 = [[Supersonic]]
|M2P1 = Lock-On
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|M4P3 = [[Thunder Wave]]}}
|M2P2 = Steel Wing
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|-|
|M2P3 = Fire Fang
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Rematch=
|M3P1 = SonicBoom
 
|M3P2 = Aerial Ace
 
|M3P3 = Rock Throw
 
|M4P1 = Thunder Wave
 
|M4P2 = Iron Defence
 
|M4P3 = Iron Tail
 
|FileP4 = Magnemite HGSS.png
 
|P4 = Magnemite
 
|T1P4 = Electric
 
|T2P4 = Steel
 
|LvP4 = 33
 
|AbiP4 = Magnet Pull
 
|ItmP4 = None
 
|M1P4 = Thunderbolt
 
|M2P4 = Lock-On
 
|M3P4 = Swift
 
|M4P4 = Thunder Wave}}
 
 
==== Rematch ====
 
 
{{Trainer
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
|FileP1 = MetagrossHGSSSprite.png
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|FileP1 = DP 376 front.png
 
|P1 = Metagross
 
|P1 = Metagross
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T2P1 = Psychic
 
|T2P1 = Psychic
|FileP2 = BronzongHGSSSprite.png
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|FileP2 = Pt 437 front.png
 
|P2 = Bronzong
 
|P2 = Bronzong
 
|T1P2 = Steel
 
|T1P2 = Steel
 
|T2P2 = Psychic
 
|T2P2 = Psychic
|FileP3 = SkarmoryHGSSSprite.png
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|FileP3 = HGSS 227 front.png
 
|P3 = Skarmory
 
|P3 = Skarmory
 
|GP3 = ♀
 
|GP3 = ♀
 
|T1P3 = Steel
 
|T1P3 = Steel
 
|T2P3 = Flying
 
|T2P3 = Flying
|FileP4 = Empoleon Sprite.png
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|FileP4 = Pt 395 front.png
 
|P4 = Empoleon
 
|P4 = Empoleon
 
|GP4 = ♂
 
|GP4 = ♂
 
|T1P4 = Water
 
|T1P4 = Water
 
|T2P4 = Steel
 
|T2P4 = Steel
|FileP5 = Magnezone PtHGSS.png
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|FileP5 = Pt 462 front.png
 
|P5 = Magnezone
 
|P5 = Magnezone
 
|T1P5 = Electric
 
|T1P5 = Electric
 
|T2P5 = Steel
 
|T2P5 = Steel
|FileP6 = Steelix HGSS.png
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|FileP6 = HGSS 208f front.png
 
|P6 = Steelix
 
|P6 = Steelix
 
|GP6 = ♀
 
|GP6 = ♀
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|LvP5 = 56
 
|LvP5 = 56
 
|LvP6 = 62
 
|LvP6 = 62
|AbiP1 = Clear Body
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|AbiP1 = [[Clear Body]]
|AbiP2 = Heatproof
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|AbiP2 = [[Heatproof]]
|AbiP3 = Sturdy
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|AbiP3 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP4 = Torrent
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|AbiP4 = [[Torrent]]
|AbiP5 = Sturdy
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|AbiP5 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP6 = Sturdy
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|AbiP6 = [[Sturdy]]
|ItemP1 = None
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|ItmP1 = None
 
|ItmP2 = None
 
|ItmP2 = None
 
|ItmP3 = None
 
|ItmP3 = None
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|ItmP5 = None
 
|ItmP5 = None
 
|ItmP6 = None
 
|ItmP6 = None
|M1P1 = Gravity
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|M1P1 = [[Gravity]]
|M1P2 = Hypnosis
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|M1P2 = [[Hypnosis]]
|M1P3 = Air Slash
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|M1P3 = [[Air Slash]]
|M1P4 = Aqua Jet
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|M1P4 = [[Aqua Jet]]
|M1P5 = Mirror Coat
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|M1P5 = [[Mirror Coat]]
|M1P6 = Roar
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|M1P6 = [[Roar]]
|M2P1 = Explosion
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|M2P1 = [[Explosion]]
|M2P2 = Dream Eater
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|M2P2 = [[Dream Eater]]
|M2P3 = Spikes
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|M2P3 = [[Spikes]]
|M2P4 = Roar
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|M2P4 = [[Roar]]
|M2P5 = Lock-On
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|M2P5 = [[Lock-On]]
|M2P6 = Stone Edge
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|M2P6 = [[Stone Edge]]
|M3P1 = Bullet Punch
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|M3P1 = [[Bullet Punch]]
|M3P2 = Gravity
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|M3P2 = [[Gravity]]
|M3P3 = Night Slash
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|M3P3 = [[Night Slash]]
|M3P4 = Blizzard
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|M3P4 = [[Blizzard]]
|M3P5 = Zap Cannon
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|M3P5 = [[Zap Cannon]]
|M3P6 = Stealth Rock
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|M3P6 = [[Stealth Rock]]
|M4P1 = Meteor Mash
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|M4P1 = [[Meteor Mash]]
|M4P2 = Gyro Ball
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|M4P2 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M4P3 = Steel Wing
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|M4P3 = [[Steel Wing]]
|M4P4 = Hydro Pump
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|M4P4 = [[Hydro Pump]]
|M4P5 = Metal Sound
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|M4P5 = [[Metal Sound]]
|M4P6 = Iron Tail
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|M4P6 = [[Iron Tail]]}}
}}
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</tabber>
   
===Pokémon Black 2 and White 2===
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====Black 2 and White 2====
;Steel-type Tournament
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<tabber>
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Steel-type Tournament/World Leaders Tournament=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
|AbiP1 = Sturdy
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|AbiP1 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP2 = Magnet Pull
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|AbiP2 = [[Magnet Pull]]
|AbiP3 = Sturdy
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|AbiP3 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP4 = Keen Eye
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|AbiP4 = [[Keen Eye]]
|AbiP5 = Clear Body
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|AbiP5 = [[Clear Body]]
|AbiP6 = Steadfast
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|AbiP6 = [[Steadfast]]
|ItemP1 = Rocky Helmet
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|ItmP1 = [[Rocky Helmet]]
|ItmP2 = Quick Claw
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|ItmP2 = [[Quick Claw]]
|ItmP3 = Iron Ball
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|ItmP3 = [[Iron Ball]]
|ItmP4 = Leftovers
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|ItmP4 = [[Leftovers]]
|ItmP5 = Air Balloon
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|ItmP5 = [[Air Balloon]]
|ItmP6 = Life Orb
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|ItmP6 = [[Life Orb]]
|M1P1 = Gyro Ball
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|M1P1 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M1P2 = Thunderbolt
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|M1P2 = [[Thunderbolt]]
|M1P3 = Earthquake
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|M1P3 = [[Earthquake]]
|M1P4 = Curse
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|M1P4 = [[Curse]]
|M1P5 = Meteor Mash
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|M1P5 = [[Meteor Mash]]
|M1P6 = Extremespeed
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|M1P6 = [[Extremespeed]]
|M2P1 = Earthquake
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|M2P1 = [[Earthquake]]
|M2P2 = Flash Cannon
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|M2P2 = [[Flash Cannon]]
|M2P3 = Gyro Ball
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|M2P3 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M2P4 = Roost
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|M2P4 = [[Roost]]
|M2P5 = Bullet Punch
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|M2P5 = [[Bullet Punch]]
|M2P6 = Crunch
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|M2P6 = [[Crunch]]
|M3P1 = Stealth Rock
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|M3P1 = [[Stealth Rock]]
|M3P2 = Mirror Coat
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|M3P2 = [[Mirror Coat]]
|M3P3 = Toxic
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|M3P3 = [[Toxic]]
|M3P4 = Aerial Ace
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|M3P4 = [[Aerial Ace]]
|M3P5 = Earthquake
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|M3P5 = [[Earthquake]]
|M3P6 = Aura Sphere
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|M3P6 = [[Aura Sphere]]
|M4P1 = Curse
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|M4P1 = [[Curse]]
|M4P2 = Magnet Rise
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|M4P2 = [[Magnet Rise]]
|M4P3 = Explosion
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|M4P3 = [[Explosion]]
|M4P4 = Stealth Rock
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|M4P4 = [[Stealth Rock]]
|M4P5 = Explosion
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|M4P5 = [[Explosion]]
|M4P6 = Stone Edge}}
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|M4P6 = [[Stone Edge]]}}
;Johto Gym Leader Tournament/World Leaders Tournament
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|-|
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Johto Gym Leader Tournament=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
|AbiP1 = Sturdy
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|AbiP1 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP2 = Magnet Pull
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|AbiP2 = [[Magnet Pull]]
|AbiP3 = Sturdy
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|AbiP3 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP4 = Keen Eye
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|AbiP4 = [[Keen Eye]]
|AbiP5 = Clear Body
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|AbiP5 = [[Clear Body]]
|AbiP6 = Hyper Cutter
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|AbiP6 = [[Hyper Cutter]]
|ItemP1 = Steel Gem
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|ItmP1 = [[Steel Gem]]
|ItmP2 = Shuca Berry
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|ItmP2 = [[Shuca Berry]]
|ItmP3 = Occa Berry
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|ItmP3 = [[Occa Berry]]
|ItmP4 = Salac Berry
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|ItmP4 = [[Salac Berry]]
|ItmP5 = Liechi Berry
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|ItmP5 = [[Liechi Berry]]
|ItmP6 = Dark Gem
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|ItmP6 = [[Dark Gem]]
|M1P1 = Gyro Ball
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|M1P1 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M1P2 = Flash Cannon
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|M1P2 = [[Flash Cannon]]
|M1P3 = Gyro Ball
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|M1P3 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M1P4 = Brave Bird
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|M1P4 = [[Brave Bird]]
|M1P5 = Meteor Mash
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|M1P5 = [[Meteor Mash]]
|M1P6 = Iron Head
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|M1P6 = [[Iron Head]]
|M2P1 = Stone Edge
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|M2P1 = [[Stone Edge]]
|M2P2 = Zap Cannon
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|M2P2 = [[Zap Cannon]]
|M2P3 = Earthquake
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|M2P3 = [[Earthquake]]
|M2P4 = Stealth Rock
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|M2P4 = [[Stealth Rock]]
|M2P5 = Earthquake
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|M2P5 = [[Earthquake]]
|M2P6 = Sucker Punch
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|M2P6 = [[Sucker Punch]]
|M3P1 = Earthquake
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|M3P1 = [[Earthquake]]
|M3P2 = Thunder Wave
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|M3P2 = [[Thunder Wave]]
|M3P3 = Zap Cannon
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|M3P3 = [[Zap Cannon]]
|M3P4 = Roost
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|M3P4 = [[Roost]]
|M3P5 = Bullet Punch
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|M3P5 = [[Bullet Punch]]
|M3P6 = Super Fang
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|M3P6 = [[Super Fang]]
|M4P1 = Curse
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|M4P1 = [[Curse]]
|M4P2 = Gravity
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|M4P2 = [[Gravity]]
|M4P3 = Gravity
+
|M4P3 = [[Gravity]]
|M4P4 = Swords Dance
+
|M4P4 = [[Swords Dance]]
|M4P5 = Gravity
+
|M4P5 = [[Gravity]]
|M4P6 = Swords Dance}}
+
|M4P6 = [[Swords Dance]]}}
;Download Tournament (Gathered! Gym Leaders!)
+
|-|
  +
Download Tournament (Gathered! Gym Leaders!)=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 4
 
|NoP = 4
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|LvP3 = 50
 
|LvP3 = 50
 
|LvP4 = 50
 
|LvP4 = 50
|AbiP1 = Sturdy
+
|AbiP1 = [[Sturdy]]
|AbiP2 = Plus
+
|AbiP2 = [[Plus]]
|AbiP3 = Iron Barbs
+
|AbiP3 = [[Iron Barbs]]
|AbiP4 = Sand Rush
+
|AbiP4 = [[Sand Rush]]
|ItemP1 = Passho Berry
+
|ItmP1 = [[Passho Berry]]
|ItmP2 = Shuca Berry
+
|ItmP2 = [[Shuca Berry]]
|ItmP3 = Occa Berry
+
|ItmP3 = [[Occa Berry]]
|ItmP4 = Chople Berry
+
|ItmP4 = [[Chople Berry]]
|M1P1 = Stone Edge
+
|M1P1 = [[Stone Edge]]
|M1P2 = Shift Gear
+
|M1P2 = [[Shift Gear]]
|M1P3 = Power Whip
+
|M1P3 = [[Power Whip]]
|M1P4 = Drill Run
+
|M1P4 = [[Drill Run]]
|M2P1 = Bulldoze
+
|M2P1 = [[Bulldoze]]
|M2P2 = Wild Charge
+
|M2P2 = [[Wild Charge]]
|M2P3 = Gyro Ball
+
|M2P3 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M2P4 = X-Scissor
+
|M2P4 = [[X-Scissor]]
|M3P1 = Giga Impact
+
|M3P1 = [[Giga Impact]]
|M3P2 = Gyro Ball
+
|M3P2 = [[Gyro Ball]]
|M3P3 = Iron Head
+
|M3P3 = [[Iron Head]]
|M3P4 = Rock Slide
+
|M3P4 = [[Rock Slide]]
|M4P1 = Explosion
+
|M4P1 = [[Explosion]]
|M4P2 = Gear Grind
+
|M4P2 = [[Gear Grind]]
|M4P3 = Explosion
+
|M4P3 = [[Explosion]]
|M4P4 = Swords Dance}}
+
|M4P4 = [[Swords Dance]]}}
  +
</tabber>
   
=== Pokémon Stadium 2 ===
+
====Stadium 2====
==== Round 1 ====
+
<tabber>
  +
Round 1=
 
{{Trainer
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
|FileP1 = Steelix HGSS.png
+
|FileP1 = HGSS 208 front.png
 
|P1 = Steelix
 
|P1 = Steelix
 
|GP1 = ♂
 
|GP1 = ♂
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T2P1 = Ground
 
|T2P1 = Ground
|FileP2 = CorsolaSprite.png
+
|FileP2 = HGSS 222 front.png
 
|P2 = Corsola
 
|P2 = Corsola
 
|GP2 = ♀
 
|GP2 = ♀
 
|T1P2 = Water
 
|T1P2 = Water
 
|T2P2 = Rock
 
|T2P2 = Rock
|FileP3 = Magneton_HGSS.png
+
|FileP3 = HGSS 082 front.png
 
|P3 = Magneton
 
|P3 = Magneton
 
|T1P3 = Electric
 
|T1P3 = Electric
 
|T2P3 = Steel
 
|T2P3 = Steel
|FileP4 = HGSSMantine.png
+
|FileP4 = HGSS 226 front.png
 
|P4 = Mantine
 
|P4 = Mantine
 
|GP4 = ♀
 
|GP4 = ♀
 
|T1P4 = Water
 
|T1P4 = Water
 
|T2P4 = Flying
 
|T2P4 = Flying
|FileP5 = HGSSSkarmory.png
+
|FileP5 = HGSS 227 front.png
 
|P5 = Skarmory
 
|P5 = Skarmory
 
|GP5 = ♂
 
|GP5 = ♂
 
|T1P5 = Steel
 
|T1P5 = Steel
 
|T2P5 = Flying
 
|T2P5 = Flying
|FileP6 = Forretress HGSS.png
+
|FileP6 = HGSS 205 front.png
 
|P6 = Forretress
 
|P6 = Forretress
 
|GP6 = ♀
 
|GP6 = ♀
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|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
|ItemP1 = Scope Lens
+
|ItmP1 = [[Scope Lens]]
|ItmP2 = Bitter Berry
+
|ItmP2 = [[Bitter Berry]]
|ItmP3 = Mint Berry
+
|ItmP3 = [[Mint Berry]]
|ItmP4 = PRZCureBerry
+
|ItmP4 = [[PRZCureBerry]]
|ItmP5 = Focus Band
+
|ItmP5 = [[Focus Band]]
|ItmP6 = PSNCureBerry
+
|ItmP6 = [[PSNCureBerry]]
|M1P1 = Iron Tail
+
|M1P1 = [[Iron Tail]]
|M1P2 = BubbleBeam
+
|M1P2 = [[BubbleBeam]]
|M1P3 = Thundershock
+
|M1P3 = [[Thundershock]]
|M1P4 = Surf
+
|M1P4 = [[Surf]]
|M1P5 = Fury Attack
+
|M1P5 = [[Fury Attack]]
|M1P6 = Rollout
+
|M1P6 = [[Rollout]]
|M2P1 = Strength
+
|M2P1 = [[Strength]]
|M2P2 = Spike Cannon
+
|M2P2 = [[Spike Cannon]]
|M2P3 = Thunder
+
|M2P3 = [[Thunder]]
|M2P4 = Take Down
+
|M2P4 = [[Take Down]]
|M2P5 = Fly
+
|M2P5 = [[Fly]]
|M2P6 = Double-Edge
+
|M2P6 = [[Double-Edge]]
|M3P1 = Rock Throw
+
|M3P1 = [[Rock Throw]]
|M3P2 = AncientPower
+
|M3P2 = [[AncientPower]]
|M3P3 = Swift
+
|M3P3 = [[Swift]]
|M3P4 = Wing Attack
+
|M3P4 = [[Wing Attack]]
|M3P5 = Swift
+
|M3P5 = [[Swift]]
|M3P6 = Giga Drain
+
|M3P6 = [[Giga Drain]]
|M4P1 = Earthquake
+
|M4P1 = [[Earthquake]]
|M4P2 = Psychic
+
|M4P2 = [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]]
|M4P3 = SonicBoom
+
|M4P3 = [[SonicBoom]]
|M4P4 = Sleep Talk
+
|M4P4 = [[Sleep Talk]]
|M4P5 = Steel Wing
+
|M4P5 = [[Steel Wing]]
|M4P6 = Rapid Spin
+
|M4P6 = [[Rapid Spin]]}}
}}
+
|-|
+
Round 2=
==== Round 2 ====
 
 
{{Trainer
 
{{Trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
|FileP1 = Steelix HGSS.png
+
|FileP1 = HGSS 208 front.png
 
|P1 = Steelix
 
|P1 = Steelix
  +
|GP1 = ♂
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T1P1 = Steel
 
|T2P1 = Ground
 
|T2P1 = Ground
|FileP2 = Rapidash HGSS.png
+
|FileP2 = HGSS 078 front.png
 
|P2 = Rapidash
 
|P2 = Rapidash
  +
|GP2 = ♂
 
|T1P2 = Fire
 
|T1P2 = Fire
|FileP3 = HGSSSlowbro.png
+
|FileP3 = HGSS 080 front.png
 
|P3 = Slowbro
 
|P3 = Slowbro
  +
|GP3 = ♀
 
|T1P3 = Water
 
|T1P3 = Water
 
|T2P3 = Psychic
 
|T2P3 = Psychic
|FileP4 = Blastoise HGSS.png
+
|FileP4 = HGSS 009 front.png
 
|P4 = Blastoise
 
|P4 = Blastoise
  +
|GP4 = ♂
 
|T1P4 = Water
 
|T1P4 = Water
|FileP5 = ScizorHGSSSprite.png
+
|FileP5 = HGSS 212f front.png
 
|P5 = Scizor
 
|P5 = Scizor
  +
|GP5 = ♀
 
|T1P5 = Bug
 
|T1P5 = Bug
 
|T2P5 = Steel
 
|T2P5 = Steel
|FileP6 = Stantler HGSS.png
+
|FileP6 = HGSS 234 front.png
 
|P6 = Stantler
 
|P6 = Stantler
  +
|GP6 = ♀
 
|T1P6 = Normal
 
|T1P6 = Normal
 
|LvP1 = 50
 
|LvP1 = 50
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|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP5 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
 
|LvP6 = 50
|ItemP1 = Quick Claw
+
|ItmP1 = [[Quick Claw]]
|ItmP2 = King's Rock
+
|ItmP2 = [[King's Rock]]
|ItmP3 = BrightPowder
+
|ItmP3 = [[BrightPowder]]
|ItmP4 = Miracle Berry
+
|ItmP4 = [[Miracle Berry]]
|ItmP5 = Focus Band
+
|ItmP5 = [[Focus Band]]
|ItmP6 = PRZCureBerry
+
|ItmP6 = [[PRZCureBerry]]
|M1P1 = Return
+
|M1P1 = [Return]]
|M1P2 = Stomp
+
|M1P2 = [[Stomp]]
|M1P3 = Surf
+
|M1P3 = [[Surf]]
|M1P4 = Ice Beam
+
|M1P4 = [[Ice Beam]]
|M1P5 = Reversal
+
|M1P5 = [[Reversal]]
|M1P6 = Roar
+
|M1P6 = [[Roar]]
|M2P1 = Iron Tail
+
|M2P1 = [[Iron Tail]]
|M2P2 = Flamethrower
+
|M2P2 = [[Flamethrower]]
|M2P3 = Earthquake
+
|M2P3 = [[Earthquake]]
|M2P4 = Mirror Coat
+
|M2P4 = [[Mirror Coat]]
|M2P5 = Slash
+
|M2P5 = [[Slash]]
|M2P6 = Psychic
+
|M2P6 = [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]]
|M3P1 = Rock Slide
+
|M3P1 = [[Rock Slide]]
|M3P2 = Double Kick
+
|M3P2 = [[Double Kick]]
|M3P3 = Psychic
+
|M3P3 = [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]]
|M3P4 = Earthquake
+
|M3P4 = [[Earthquake]]
|M3P5 = Wing Attack
+
|M3P5 = [[Wing Attack]]
|M3P6 = Earthquake
+
|M3P6 = [[Earthquake]]
|M4P1 = Earthquake
+
|M4P1 = [[Earthquake]]
|M4P2 = Iron Tail
+
|M4P2 = [[Iron Tail]]
|M4P3 = Ice Beam
+
|M4P3 = [[Ice Beam]]
|M4P4 = Surf
+
|M4P4 = [[Surf]]
|M4P5 = Metal Claw
+
|M4P5 = [[Metal Claw]]
|M4P6 = Light Screen
+
|M4P6 = [[Light Screen]]}}
}}
+
</tabber>
  +
  +
===Anime===
  +
====On hand====
  +
{{AnimePokémon|type = steel|type2 = ground|info = Steelix is Jasmine's powerhouse Pokémon and she used it to stop Team Rocket with brute force. It easily defeated [[Ash's Pikachu]] before finally submitting to [[Ash's Quilava|Ash's Cyndaquil]]. Steelix also appeared in Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port along with Jasmine where it fought [[Flint's Infernape]]. It put up a good fight but lost fairly quickly.|nameline = [[Jasmine's Steelix|Steelix]]|image = Jasmine's Steelix 2.jpg}}
  +
  +
{{AnimePokémon|type = electric|type2 = steel|info = Magnemite is often seen floating on Jasmine's shoulder. Magnemite and Jasmine share a close friendship and Jasmine puts a lot of trust into it. In battle, it did not last long and was quickly defeated by Ash's Pikachu.
  +
|nameline = [[Jasmine's Magnemite|Magnemite]]|image = Jasmine's Magnemite.jpg}}
  +
  +
====Taking care of====
  +
{{AnimePokémon
  +
|type = electric
  +
|info = Jasmine's Ampharos is not a battling Pokémon. Living in the Lighthouse in Olivine City, Ampharos uses its electricity to light the port and show the way for boats. However it, at one point, got ill which required Ash to go to [[Cianwood City]] to get medicine for it.It had the nick name sparkle.
  +
|nameline = [[Amphy|Sparkle]]
  +
|image = JE092.jpg}}
   
 
==Voice Actresses==
 
==Voice Actresses==
*'''English: '''Tara Sands (4Kids Dub), Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (TPCi Dub)
+
*'''English''': Tara Sands (4Kids Dub), Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (TPCi Dub)
*'''Japanese: '''Yumi Kakazu
+
*'''Japanese''': Yumi Kakazu
*'''Czech: '''Jolana Smyckova
+
*'''Czech''': Jolana Smyckova
*'''Hebrew: '''Dawn Lanny-Gabay
+
*'''Hebrew''': Dawn Lanny-Gabay
*'''Brazilian Portuguese: '''Leticia Quinto
+
*'''Brazilian Portuguese''': Leticia Quinto
*'''Spanish: '''Conchi Lopez, Pepa Castro, Maria Blanco
+
*'''Spanish''': Conchi Lopez, Pepa Castro, Maria Blanco
*'''Iberian Spanish: '''Gaby Ugarte
+
*'''Iberian Spanish''': Gaby Ugarte
  +
  +
==Episode appearances==
  +
===Johto League Champions===
  +
{{EpisodeAppearTop|season=Pokémon: Johto League Champions}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearMid|season=Pokémon: Johto League Champions|EP#=JE092|title=Fight For The Light!}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season=Pokémon: Johto League Champions}}
  +
  +
===Master Quest===
  +
{{EpisodeAppearTop|season=Pokémon: Master Quest}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearMid|season=Pokémon: Master Quest|EP#=JE107|title=Throwing in the Noctowl}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearMid|season=Pokémon: Master Quest|EP#=JE108|title=Nerves of Steelix!}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season=Pokémon: Master Quest}}
  +
  +
===DP Sinnoh League Victors===
  +
{{EpisodeAppearTop|season=Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearMid|season=Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors|EP#=DP180|title=Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port!}}
  +
{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season=Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors}}
   
== Trivia ==
+
==Trivia==
*Jasmine's name has the word ''mine'' in it, which is associated with mineral, rocks, and steel because she is a Steel-type user.
+
*Jasmine's the first [[Gym Leader]] to specialize in [[Steel type|Steel-type]] [[Pokémon]].
*Jasmine is the only female Johto Gym Leader that admits defeat.
+
**Jasmine's name has the word ''mine'' in it, which is associated with mineral, rocks, and steel.
*Jasmine can be seen at Sunyshore City in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.
+
*Jasmine was the only female [[Gym Leader]] in [[Johto]] not to be voiced by [[Megan Hollingshead]], but instead by [[Tara Sands]].
*She is the only female Steel-type specialist (Steven Stone and Byron are both male).
+
**When Jasmine returned in [[ Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors|DP Sinnoh League Victors]], she was voiced by [[Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld]].
*Jasmine was the only female Gym Leader in [[Johto]] not to be voiced by [[Megan Hollingshead]], but instead by [[Tara Sands]].
+
*Jasmine is the only [[Johto ]][[Gym Leader]] that does not have trainers leading up to her in her Gym.
**When Jasmine returned in DP Sinnoh League Victors, she was voiced by [[Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld]], which disappointed Tara's fans who hoped she'd reprise the role.
+
*Though she is referred to as a [[Steel type|Steel-type]] specialist, she is associated with [[Electric type|Electric-types]] (such as [[Magnemite]], [[Magnezone]], and [[Ampharos]]) in various media (such as games, anime, and TCG).
*Jasmine is the only Johto Gym Leader that does not have trainers leading up to her in her Gym.
 
*Jasmine was also the second Gym Leader to return to the anime series in her HeartGold/SoulSilver re-design. The first was [[Clair]].
 
*Though she is referred to as a Steel-type specialist, she is associated with Electric-types (such as [[Magnemite]], [[Magnezone]], and [[Ampharos]]) in various media (such as games, anime, and TGC).
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Jasmine_with_her_Magnemite.jpg|
+
Jasmine_with_her_Magnemite.jpg
 
Jasmine_with_her_Pokegear.jpg|Jasmine with her Pokégear
 
Jasmine_with_her_Pokegear.jpg|Jasmine with her Pokégear
JE108.jpg|
 
 
Jasmine_with_her_Steelix.jpg|Jasmine on her Steelix
 
Jasmine_with_her_Steelix.jpg|Jasmine on her Steelix
JE108_(2).jpg|
+
EP224.png
EP224.png|
+
jasmine01.jpg
JE092.jpg|
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  +
 
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{{NavJohtoGymLeader}}
  +
{{Pokémon JE 2 char}}
  +
{{Pokémon JE 3 char}}
  +
{{Pokémon DP 4 char}}
 
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Latest revision as of 21:32, March 21, 2015

Jasmine
(ミカン Mikan)
HGSS Jasmine
"The Steel-Clad Defense Girl"
General
Hometown Olivine City
Region Johto
Family Myron (grandfather) (anime only)
Badge Mineral Badge
Preferred Type Steel
First Appearance

Pokémon Gold and Silver (games)


Fight For The Light! (anime)
Voice actor

Tara Jayne English (4Kids)
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld English (TPCi)

Class: Gym Leader
Coordinator
"Thank you for your help at the Lighthouse... But this is different. Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jasmine, a Gym Leader. I use the...clang! Steel type! ...Do you know about the Steel type? They are very hard, cold, sharp, and really strong! Um... I'm not lying."
— Jasmine, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Jasmine (Japanese: ミカン Mikan) is the Gym Leader of Olivine City.

AppearanceEdit

PersonalityEdit

BiographyEdit

GamesEdit

Gold, Silver and CrystalEdit

Jasmine makes two appearances in Gen. II and Gen. IV. In Gen. II, she is the Gym Leader of Olivine City. Defeating her will give you the Mineral Badge.

Diamond, Pearl and PlatinumEdit

In Gen. IV, she appears when you reach the beach at Sunyshore City and will give you the HM07 Waterfall.

In addition, if you make it to a Master Rank Pokémon Contests, you will go up against her and her Steelix.

She does amazing in the both the Dress up and Dance categories, but falters in the performance of moves.

MangaEdit

Main article: Jasmine (Adventures)

She battled Brock in the fight where all Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders fought each other and she won because no one knew there was such a thing as a steel type Pokémon, and Brock was surprised that Onix had another evolution that is none other than Steelix. Professor Oak explained that there was a new discovered type called steel-type.

AnimeEdit

Season 4: Johto League ChampionsEdit

Jasmine anime

Jasmine, in the anime

She first appeared when she stopped a battle between Ash and her apprentice Janina. She scolded her for using water-proof wax on her Onix and sent her away. She then declined Ash'd challenge for a Gym Battle, as Sparkle, the Ampharos at the lighthouse, is sick and she must take care of it. After seeing her apprentice battle with her own strength she let her be her apprentice again saying she was never expelled in the first place. This is an example of her tough but fair personality, a trait she did not have in the games.

Season 5: Master QuestEdit

Jasmine DP180

Jasmine, in DP Sinnoh League Victors

She appeared again in Nerves of Steelix showing off her bravery by jumping onto her Steelix' head from a very high cliff (very different from her game counterpart). She can also be one tough cookie in battle, but in the end, she lost, and as Gym Leader, gave Ash the Mineral Badge.

Season 13: DP Sinnoh League VictorsEdit

She made a new appearance in her new HeartGold and SoulSilver look and was happy to see Ash again. She had participated in contest battles with her Steelix learning new things along the way. She lost in a battle with Flint of the Elite Four and strived to become stronger ever since.

SpritesEdit

Gen. II Gen. IV Challenge Sprite Gen. V
Jasmine(GS)Sprite
Jasmine(HGSS)Sprite
VSJasmine
Jasmine(B2W2)Sprite

PokémonEdit

GamesEdit

Gold, Silver and CrystalEdit

C 081 front
Magnemite
 Type Electric Type Steel 
C 208 front
Steelix
 Type Steel Type Ground 
C 081 front
Magnemite
 Type Electric Type Steel 
[[File:{{{P4}}}_C.png|link={{{P4}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_C.png|link={{{P5}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_C.png|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
Lv. 30 - Lv. 35 Lv. 30 - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Thunderbolt Harden Thunderbolt - - -
Supersonic Sandstorm Supersonic - - -
SonicBoom Rock Throw SonicBoom - - -
Thunder Wave Iron Tail Thunder Wave - - -


HeartGold and SoulSilverEdit

HGSS 081 front
Magnemite
 Type Electric Type Steel 
HGSS 208f front
Steelix
 Type Steel Type Ground 
HGSS 081 front
Magnemite
 Type Electric Type Steel 
[[File:{{{P4}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P4}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P5}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 Type 
Lv. 30 - Lv. 35 Lv. 30 - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Magnet Pull Ability: Sturdy Ability: Magnet Pull Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Thunderbolt Sandstorm Thunderbolt - - -
Supersonic Screech SonicBoom - - -
SonicBoom Rock Throw Supersonic - - -
Thunder Wave Iron Tail Thunder Wave - - -

Black 2 and White 2Edit

Stadium 2Edit

AnimeEdit

On handEdit

Pokémon Information
Jasmine&#039;s Steelix 2
Steelix is Jasmine's powerhouse Pokémon and she used it to stop Team Rocket with brute force. It easily defeated Ash's Pikachu before finally submitting to Ash's Cyndaquil. Steelix also appeared in Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port along with Jasmine where it fought Flint's Infernape. It put up a good fight but lost fairly quickly.
Steelix
Pokémon Information
Jasmine&#039;s Magnemite
Magnemite is often seen floating on Jasmine's shoulder. Magnemite and Jasmine share a close friendship and Jasmine puts a lot of trust into it. In battle, it did not last long and was quickly defeated by Ash's Pikachu.
Magnemite

Taking care ofEdit

Pokémon Information
JE092
Jasmine's Ampharos is not a battling Pokémon. Living in the Lighthouse in Olivine City, Ampharos uses its electricity to light the port and show the way for boats. However it, at one point, got ill which required Ash to go to Cianwood City to get medicine for it.It had the nick name sparkle.
Sparkle

Voice ActressesEdit

  • English: Tara Sands (4Kids Dub), Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (TPCi Dub)
  • Japanese: Yumi Kakazu
  • Czech: Jolana Smyckova
  • Hebrew: Dawn Lanny-Gabay
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Leticia Quinto
  • Spanish: Conchi Lopez, Pepa Castro, Maria Blanco
  • Iberian Spanish: Gaby Ugarte

Episode appearancesEdit

Johto League ChampionsEdit

Master QuestEdit

DP Sinnoh League VictorsEdit

TriviaEdit

GalleryEdit

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