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|name = Koga
 
|name = Koga
 
|jname = キョウ Kyō
 
|jname = キョウ Kyō
|age = 40+
 
 
|hometown = Fuchsia City
 
|hometown = Fuchsia City
 
|region = Kanto
 
|region = Kanto
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|badge = [[Badge#Soul Badge|Soul Badge]]
 
|badge = [[Badge#Soul Badge|Soul Badge]]
 
|type = Poison
 
|type = Poison
|firstappear = [[Pokémon Red and Blue]] (Game)
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|firstappear = [[Pokémon Red and Blue]] (Game)<hr>[[IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]] (Anime)
*[[IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown]] (Anime)
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|class = [[Elite Four]]
|class = [[Elite Four]]|voiceact = [[Stan Hart]] (English)}}
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|voiceact = [[Stan Hart]] (English) (4Kids)<br> [[Jimmy Zoppi]] (English) (TPCi)}}
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{{Quote|Fwahahaha! A mere child like you dares to challenge me? The very idea make me shiver with mirth! Very well, I shall show you true terror as a ninja master. Poison brings steady doom. Sleep renders foes helpless. Despair to the creeping horror of {{type|Poison}}-type POKéMON!|Koga, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]].}}
 
{{Quote|Fwahahaha! A mere child like you dares to challenge me? The very idea make me shiver with mirth! Very well, I shall show you true terror as a ninja master. Poison brings steady doom. Sleep renders foes helpless. Despair to the creeping horror of {{type|Poison}}-type POKéMON!|Koga, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]].}}
   
'''Koga''' (''キョウ Kyō'') served as the [[Gym Leader]] at the [[Fuchsia City]] [[Fuchsia Gym|Gym]]. Two years later, during the [[Generation II]] games, Koga became a member of the [[Elite Four]] and his daughter, [[Janine]] took over the gym and used poison Pokémon as well.
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'''Koga''' (''キョウ Kyō'') served as the [[Gym Leader]] at the [[Fuchsia City]] [[Fuchsia Gym|Gym]]. Two years later, during the [[Generation II]] games, Koga also became a member of the [[Elite Four]] and his daughter, [[Janine]] took over his gym and used {{Type|Poison}} Type Pokémon as well.
   
 
He specializes in [[Poison Pokémon|Poison-type]] Pokémon, and as a [[Gym Leader]] gave out the [[Badge#Soul Badge|Soul Badge]] for trainers that could defeat him.
 
He specializes in [[Poison Pokémon|Poison-type]] Pokémon, and as a [[Gym Leader]] gave out the [[Badge#Soul Badge|Soul Badge]] for trainers that could defeat him.
   
== In Anime ==
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==Appearances==
[[File:Koga anime screenshot.jpg|thumb|left|Screenshot of Koga in the anime.]]
 
Koga appeared in the episode [[Episode 032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]], where [[Ash]] and company stumble across his Gym. Not appearing until later in the episode, [[Ash]] can only find a plethora hidden traps within the gym, and then later Koga's sister [[Aya (Kanto)|Aya]]. After the appearance of Koga, and a small incident with [[Team Rocket#Jessie, James and Meowth|Team Rocket]], Koga and [[Ash]] finally have their battle, uninterrupted.
 
   
The two have a one-on-one battle, with [[Ash]] using his [[Ash's Charizard|Charmander]], and Koga using his [[Golbat]]. Initially having some trouble, [[Charmander]] was unable to hit the [[Golbat]], but after using [[Fire Spin]], [[Ash]] was the victor. Upon leaving Koga rewarded Ash with the [[Soul Badge]].
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==Personality==
   
==In Manga==
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==Biography==
===Red, Blue and Green Arc===
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===Games===
In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] Koga is an executive for [[Team Rocket]] and along with [[Sabrina]] and [[Lt. Surge]] he fights [[Red]] to prevent him from interfering, but, as usual, this results in failure.
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Koga first appeared in the [[Generation I]] games as the [[Fuchsia City]] Gym Leader. His gym was constructed with an array of invisible walls, fashioned into a maze. This forces the player to walk through the maze fighting Gym members, with the destination in the middle where Koga awaits.
   
===Gold, Silver and Crystal Arc===
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Later, in the [[Generation II]] games, Koga has been promoted to [[Elite Four]] status. With the absence of a [[Gym Leader]] at [[Fuchsia Gym]], Koga leaves the Gym under his daughter's care, [[Janine]], making her the new Gym Leader.
   
It was shown that he has a daughter who worried about him because he wasn't seen for a long time.
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In the remakes of the original games, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]], Koga is once again a [[Gym Leader]], as it takes place during the same time period. The only difference is the level of his [[Weezing]], and his updated appearance.
   
== In Game ==
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===Anime===
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====Season 1: Indigo League====
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[[File:Koga anime.jpg|thumb|left|Koga, in the anime]]
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Koga appeared in the episode [[Episode 032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]], where [[Ash]] and company stumble across his Gym. Not appearing until later in the episode, [[Ash]] can only find a plethora of hidden traps within the gym, and then later Koga's sister [[Aya (Kanto)|Aya]]. After the appearance of Koga and a small incident with [[Team Rocket#Jessie, James and Meowth|Team Rocket]], Koga and [[Ash]] finally have their battle, uninterrupted.
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The two have a one-on-one battle, with [[Ash]] using his [[Ash's Charizard|Charmander]], and Koga using his [[Golbat]]. Initially having some trouble, [[Charmander]] was unable to hit the [[Golbat]], but after using [[Fire Spin]], [[Ash]] was the victor. Upon leaving Koga rewarded Ash with the [[Soul Badge]].
   
Koga first appeared in the [[Generation I]] games as the [[Fuchsia City]] Gym Leader. His gym was constructed with an array of invisible walls, fashioned into a maze. This forces the player to walk through the maze fighting Gym members, with the destination in the middle where Koga awaits.
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====Season 15: BW Adventures in Unova====
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[[File:Koga_Best_Wishes.png|thumb|Ash's memory of Koga in BW Adventures in Unova]]
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Koga appeared in Ash's memory when Ash remembered Charizard and his battles.
   
Later, in the [[Generation II]] games, Koga has been promoted to [[Elite Four]] status. With the absence of a [[Gym Leader]] at [[Fuchsia Gym]], Koga leaves the Gym under his daughter's care, [[Janine]], making her the new Gym Leader.
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===Manga===
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====Red, Blue and Green Arc====
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In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] Koga is an executive for [[Team Rocket]] and along with [[Sabrina]] and [[Lt. Surge]] he fights [[Red]] to prevent him from interfering, but, as usual, this results in failure.
   
In the remakes of the original games, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]], Koga is once again a [[Gym Leader]], as it takes place during the same time period. The only difference is the level of his [[Weezing]], and his updated appearance.
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====Gold, Silver and Crystal Arc====
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It was shown that he has a daughter who worried about him because he wasn't seen for a long time.
   
===Sprites===
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==Sprites==
{{Gen1TrainerSpriteAlt
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{{Gen1TrainerSpriteAlt|type = poison}}
|type = poison}}
 
   
== Pokémon ==
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==Pokémon==
===In Games===
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===Games===
 
====Red and Blue====
 
====Red and Blue====
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
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====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
 
====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
=====First Battle=====
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<tabber>
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First Battle=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 5
 
|NoP = 5
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|AbiP4 = Sheild Dust
 
|AbiP4 = Sheild Dust
 
|AbiP5 = Inner Focus}}
 
|AbiP5 = Inner Focus}}
=====Second Battle=====
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|-|
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Second Battle=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|M4P5 = [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]]
 
|M4P5 = [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]]
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
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</tabber>
   
 
===Pokémon Stadium===
 
===Pokémon Stadium===
====Gym Leader Castle====
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<tabber>
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Gym Leader Castle Round 1=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|M4P5 = [[Toxic]]
 
|M4P5 = [[Toxic]]
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
Gym Leader Castle Round 2
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|-|
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Gym Leader Castle Round 2=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|M4P5 = [[SolarBeam]]
 
|M4P5 = [[SolarBeam]]
 
|M4P6 = [[Growth]]}}
 
|M4P6 = [[Growth]]}}
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</tabber>
   
 
====Pokémon Stadium 2====
 
====Pokémon Stadium 2====
=====Gym Leader Castle Round 1=====
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<tabber>
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Gym Leader Castle Round 1=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|M4P5 = [[Thunder]]
 
|M4P5 = [[Thunder]]
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
 
|M4P6 = [[Toxic]]}}
=====Gym Leader Castle Round 2=====
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|-|
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Gym Leader Castle Round 2=
 
{{trainer
 
{{trainer
 
|NoP = 6
 
|NoP = 6
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|M4P5 = [[Thunderbolt]]
 
|M4P5 = [[Thunderbolt]]
 
|M4P6 = [[Double Team]]}}
 
|M4P6 = [[Double Team]]}}
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</tabber>
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===Anime===
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{{AnimePokémon|type = bug|type2 = poison|image = Koga_Venomoth.png|info = Koga's Venonat evolved into Venomoth before his first battle with Ash began. It easily defeated Ash's Pidgeotto. It's known moves are Stun Spore and Sleep Powder. After the battle, he offered it for Misty's [[Psyduck]], but she rejected the trade.|nameline = [[Koga's Venomoth|Venonat → Venomoth]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon|type = poison|type2 = flying|image = Koga_Golbat.png|info = Koga used his Golbat during the second round of Ash's Gym Battle. It lost to [[Ash's Charizard|Ash's Charmander]], thus earning Ash the Soul Badge. It's known moves are Wing Attack and Screech.|nameline = [[Koga's Golbat|Golbat]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon|type = electric|image = Koga_Voltorb.png|info = These Pokémon were used for making quick escapes like smoke bombs.|nameline = [[Koga's Voltorb|Voltorb]]}}
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{{AnimePokémon|type = bug|type2 = flying|image = Koga Scyther.png|nameline = [[Scyther]]}}
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====In Pokémon Origins====
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{{AnimePokémon|type = poison|image= Koga PO.png|nameline = [[Weezing]]}}
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==Episode appearances==
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===Indigo League===
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{{EpisodeAppearTop|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}
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{{EpisodeAppearMid|season = Pokémon: Indigo League|EP# =IL032|title =The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}
   
===In the anime===
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===BW Adventures in Unova===
{{AnimePokémon
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{{EpisodeAppearTop|season = Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova}}
|type = bug
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{{EpisodeAppearMid|season = Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova|EP# = BW118|title =The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion!}}
|type2 = poison
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{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season = Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova}}
|image = 200px-Koga_Venomoth.png
 
|info = Koga's Venonat evolved into Venomoth before his first battle with Ash began. It easily defeated Ash's Pidgeotto. It's known moves are Stun Spore and Sleep Powder. After the battle, he offered it for Misty's [[Psyduck]] ,but she rejected the trade
 
|nameline = [[Koga's Venomoth|Venonat]]→[[Koga's Venomoth|Venomoth]]}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = poison
 
|type2 = flying
 
|image = 200px-Koga_Golbat.png
 
|info = Koga used his Golbat during the second round of Ash's Gym Battle. It lost to [[Ash's Charizard|Ash's Charmander]], thus earning Ash the Soul Badge. It's known moves are Wing Attack and Screech.
 
|nameline = [[Koga's Golbat|Golbat]]}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = electric
 
|image = 200px-Koga_Voltorb.png
 
|info = These Pokémon were used for making quick escapes like smoke bombs.
 
|nameline = [[Koga's Voltorb|Voltorb]]}}
 
   
== Voice actors ==
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==Voice actors==
 
*'''English:''' Stan Hart
 
*'''English:''' Stan Hart
 
*'''Japanese:''' Hōchū Ōtsuka
 
*'''Japanese:''' Hōchū Ōtsuka
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*In a Pokémon card related to Koga, called Koga's Ninja Trick, there is a symbol that looks similar to a Swastika. However, it is actually totally different, in positioning and in meaning. A Swastika is in a diamond angle, and the points on it point clockwise; the symbol depicted on the card was in a square angle, and the points were counter clockwise. The symbol on the card was of a different culture and was many years before the Nazi Party, and meant "peace". When the card was released in the U.S., it was changed to a different symbol.
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In a Pokémon card related to Koga, called Koga's Ninja Trick, there is a symbol that looks similar to a Swastika. However, it is actually totally different, in positioning and in meaning. A Swastika is in a diamond angle, and the points on it point clockwise; the symbol depicted on the card was in a square angle, and the points were counter clockwise. The symbol on the card was of a different culture and was many years before the Nazi Party, and meant "peace". When the card was released in the U.S., it was changed to a different symbol.
*In the manga, he is one of the 3 Team Rocket execute gym leaders (others 2 are [[Lt. Surge]] and [[Sabrina]])
 
   
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{{Pokémon IL char}}
 
{{NavKantoGymLeader}}
 
{{NavKantoGymLeader}}
 
{{NavJohtoEliteFour}}
 
{{NavJohtoEliteFour}}
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[[Category:Poison Pokémon User]]
 
[[Category:Poison Pokémon User]]
 
[[Category:Characters from Kanto]]
 
[[Category:Characters from Kanto]]
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[[Category:Pokémon anime characters]]
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[[Category:Minor Characters]]

Latest revision as of 19:32, April 5, 2014

Koga
キョウ Kyō
HK
"The Poisonous Ninja Master"
General
Name Koga
Japanese Name キョウ Kyō
Hometown Fuchsia City
Region Kanto
Family Janine (daughter)

Aya (sister)

Badge Soul Badge
Preferred Type Poison
First Appearance Pokémon Red and Blue (Game)
The Ninja Poké-Showdown (Anime)
Voice actor

Stan Hart (English) (4Kids)
Jimmy Zoppi (English) (TPCi)

Class: Gym Leader
Elite Four


Fwahahaha! A mere child like you dares to challenge me? The very idea make me shiver with mirth! Very well, I shall show you true terror as a ninja master. Poison brings steady doom. Sleep renders foes helpless. Despair to the creeping horror of Poison-type POKéMON!

–Koga, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Koga (キョウ Kyō) served as the Gym Leader at the Fuchsia City Gym. Two years later, during the Generation II games, Koga also became a member of the Elite Four and his daughter, Janine took over his gym and used Poison Type Pokémon as well.

He specializes in Poison-type Pokémon, and as a Gym Leader gave out the Soul Badge for trainers that could defeat him.

AppearancesEdit

PersonalityEdit

BiographyEdit

GamesEdit

Koga first appeared in the Generation I games as the Fuchsia City Gym Leader. His gym was constructed with an array of invisible walls, fashioned into a maze. This forces the player to walk through the maze fighting Gym members, with the destination in the middle where Koga awaits.

Later, in the Generation II games, Koga has been promoted to Elite Four status. With the absence of a Gym Leader at Fuchsia Gym, Koga leaves the Gym under his daughter's care, Janine, making her the new Gym Leader.

In the remakes of the original games, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, Koga is once again a Gym Leader, as it takes place during the same time period. The only difference is the level of his Weezing, and his updated appearance.

AnimeEdit

Season 1: Indigo LeagueEdit

Koga anime
Koga, in the anime
GrinningCitoAdded by GrinningCito

Koga appeared in the episode The Ninja Poké-Showdown, where Ash and company stumble across his Gym. Not appearing until later in the episode, Ash can only find a plethora of hidden traps within the gym, and then later Koga's sister Aya. After the appearance of Koga and a small incident with Team Rocket, Koga and Ash finally have their battle, uninterrupted. The two have a one-on-one battle, with Ash using his Charmander, and Koga using his Golbat. Initially having some trouble, Charmander was unable to hit the Golbat, but after using Fire Spin, Ash was the victor. Upon leaving Koga rewarded Ash with the Soul Badge.

Season 15: BW Adventures in UnovaEdit

Koga Best Wishes
Ash's memory of Koga in BW Adventures in Unova
MarioKero345Added by MarioKero345

Koga appeared in Ash's memory when Ash remembered Charizard and his battles.

MangaEdit

Red, Blue and Green ArcEdit

In the Pokémon Adventures Koga is an executive for Team Rocket and along with Sabrina and Lt. Surge he fights Red to prevent him from interfering, but, as usual, this results in failure.

Gold, Silver and Crystal ArcEdit

It was shown that he has a daughter who worried about him because he wasn't seen for a long time.

SpritesEdit

Gen. I Yellow Gen. II Gen. III Gen. IV Challenge Sprite
Koga(RB)Sprite
Koga(Y)Sprite
Koga(GS)Sprite
Koga(FrLg)Sprite
KogaHGSS
VSKoga

PokémonEdit

GamesEdit

Red and BlueEdit

Koffing(RB)Sprite
Koffing
 Type Poison 
Koffing(RB)Sprite
Koffing
 Type Poison 
Muk(RB)Sprite
Muk
 Type Poison 
Weezing(RB)Sprite
Weezing
 Type Poison 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P5}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
Lv. 37 - Lv. 37 - Lv. 39 - Lv. 43 - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Tackle SmokeScreen Disable Sludge - -
Smog Sludge Poison Gas Smog - -
Sludge Smog Minimize Toxic - -
SmokeScreen Tackle Sludge Selfdestruct - -


YellowEdit

Venonat(Y)Sprite
Venonat
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Venonat(Y)Sprite
Venonat
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Venonat(Y)Sprite
Venonat
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Venomoth(Y)Sprite
Venomoth
 Type Bug Type Poison 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P5}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
Lv. 44 - Lv. 46 - Lv. 48 - Lv. 50 - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Toxic Psybeam Sleep Powder Psychic - -
Tackle Toxic Psychic Double Team - -
Sleep Powder Psychic Toxic Leech Life - -
Psychic Supersonic Double-Edge Toxic - -


Gold, Silver, and CrystalEdit

Ariados(G)Sprite
Ariados
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Foretress(G)Sprite
Forretress
 Type Bug Type Steel 
Muk(G)Sprite
Muk
 Type Poison 
Venomoth(G)Sprite
Venomoth
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Crobat(G)Sprite
Crobat
 Type Poison Type Flying 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
Lv. 40 Lv. 43 Lv. 42 Lv. 41 Lv. 44 Lv. ? -
Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: ?
Spider Web Protect Sludge Bomb Toxic Double Team -
Double Team Spikes Acid Armor Psychic Wing Attack -
Baton Pass Swift Minimize Gust Quick Attack -
Giga Drain Explosion Toxic Supersonic Toxic -


FireRed and LeafGreenEdit

Koffing(FrLg)Sprite
Koffing
 Type Poison 
Koffing(FrLg)Sprite
Koffing
 Type Poison 
Muk(FrLg)Sprite
Muk
 Type Poison 
Weezing(FrLg)Sprite
Weezing
 Type Poison 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P5}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
Lv. 37 Lv. 37 Lv. 39 Lv. 43 Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Levitate Ability: Levitate Ability: Sticky Hold Ability: Levitate Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: None Item: ? Item: ?
Sludge Selfdestruct Minimize Toxic - -
Selfdestruct Sludge Toxic SmokeScreen - -
SmokeScreen Toxic Sludge Tackle - -
Toxic SmokeScreen Acid Armor Sludge - -


HeartGold and SoulSilverEdit

Ariados HGSS
Ariados
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Forretress HGSS
Forretress
 Type Bug Type Steel 
Muk HGSS
Muk
 Type Poison 
Venomoth HGSS
Venomoth
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Crobat HGSS
Crobat
 Type Poison Type Flying 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
[[]]
 File:Type .gif 
Lv. 40 Lv. 43 Lv. 42 Lv. 41 Lv. 44 Lv. ? -
Ability: Insomnia Ability: Sturdy Ability: Sticky Hold Ability: Sheild Dust Ability: Inner Focus Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: Black Sludge Item: None Item: Sitrus Berry Item: ?
Spider Web Protect Gunk Shot Toxic Double Team -
Poison Jab Toxic Spikes Screech Psychic Wing Attack -
Baton Pass Swift Minimize Gust Quick Attack -
Giga Drain Explosion Toxic Supersonic Poison Fang -

SkuntankHGSS
Skuntank
 Type Poison Type Dark 
ToxicroakHGSSM
Toxicroak
 Type Poison Type Fighting 
SwalotHGSSM
Swalot
 Type Poison 
Muk HGSS
Muk
 Type Poison 
Venomoth HGSS
Venomoth
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Crobat HGSS
Crobat
 Type Poison Type Flying 
Lv. 61 Lv. 60 Lv. 62 Lv. 62 Lv. 63 Lv. 64
Ability: Aftermath Ability: Dry Skin Ability: Sticky Hold Ability: Sticky Hold Ability: Tinted Lens Ability: Inner Focus
Item: None Item: None Item: Leftovers Item: Black Sludge Item: None Item: None
Toxic Gunk Shot Amnesia Toxic Baton Pass Cross Poison
Sucker Punch Swagger Sludge Bomb Minimize Double Team Fly
Dig X-Scissor Pain Split Screech Silver Wind Mean Look
Explosion Cross Chop Yawn Swagger Psychic Toxic

Pokémon StadiumEdit

Pokémon Stadium 2Edit

Venomoth HGSS
Venomoth
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Ariados HGSS
Ariados
 Type Bug Type Poison 
Golbat HGSS Male
Golbat
 Type Poison Type Flying 
HGSSGligar
Gligar
 Type Ground Type Flying 
Electrode HGSS
Electrode
 Type Electric 
Muk HGSS
Muk
 Type Poison 
Lv. 50 Lv. 50 Lv. 50 Lv. 50 Lv. 50 - Lv. 50
Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: Focus Band Item: Ice Berry Item: PrzCureBerry Item: Mint Berry Item: Bitter Berry Item: Burnt Berry
Toxic Spider Web Toxic Sandstorm Toxic Sludge Bomb
Double Team Dig Double Team Iron Tail Double Team Fire Blast
Giga Drain Double Team Wing Attack Double Team Mirror Coat Double Team
Psychic Toxic Detect Toxic Thunder Toxic

AnimeEdit

Pokémon Information
Koga Venomoth
Koga's Venonat evolved into Venomoth before his first battle with Ash began. It easily defeated Ash's Pidgeotto. It's known moves are Stun Spore and Sleep Powder. After the battle, he offered it for Misty's Psyduck, but she rejected the trade.
Venonat → Venomoth
Pokémon Information
Koga Golbat
Koga used his Golbat during the second round of Ash's Gym Battle. It lost to Ash's Charmander, thus earning Ash the Soul Badge. It's known moves are Wing Attack and Screech.
Golbat
Pokémon Information
Koga Voltorb
These Pokémon were used for making quick escapes like smoke bombs.
Voltorb
Pokémon Information
Koga Scyther
No information available
Scyther

In Pokémon OriginsEdit

Pokémon Information
Koga PO
No information available
Weezing

Episode appearancesEdit

Indigo LeagueEdit

BW Adventures in UnovaEdit

Voice actorsEdit

  • English: Stan Hart
  • Japanese: Hōchū Ōtsuka
  • Polish: Radosław Popłonikowski
  • Spanish: Juan Fernandez
  • Iberian Spanish: Gerardo Vasquez

VideosEdit

Main article: Koga/Video


TriviaEdit

In a Pokémon card related to Koga, called Koga's Ninja Trick, there is a symbol that looks similar to a Swastika. However, it is actually totally different, in positioning and in meaning. A Swastika is in a diamond angle, and the points on it point clockwise; the symbol depicted on the card was in a square angle, and the points were counter clockwise. The symbol on the card was of a different culture and was many years before the Nazi Party, and meant "peace". When the card was released in the U.S., it was changed to a different symbol.

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