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{{move|Shouldn't it be called Green (game)?}}
 
{{Main Game Character
 
{{Main Game Character
|name = Leaf/Green
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|name = Leaf / Green
|japanese_name = リーフ Leaf/ ブルー Blue
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|japanese_name = リーフ Leaf / ブルー Blue
 
|image = Game character leafgreen.png
 
|image = Game character leafgreen.png
|artworkinfo = '''Green''' in ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]''
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|artworkinfo = '''Green''' in ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Version|FireRed and LeafGreen]]''
|names = '''Japanese''': Leaf, Blue <br/>'''English''': Leaf, Green
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|names = '''Japanese''': Leaf and Blue <br />'''English''' Leaf and Green
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
 
|class = [[Pokémon Trainer]]
 
|class = [[Pokémon Trainer]]
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|hometown = [[Pallet Town]]
 
|hometown = [[Pallet Town]]
 
|relatives = Mother
 
|relatives = Mother
|first = [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] ''(2004)''
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|first = [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Version|FireRed and LeafGreen]]
 
|otherappear = None
 
|otherappear = None
|rival = [[Blue (game)|Blue]]}}'''Leaf''' (Japanese: '''リーフ''' ''Leaf'') also known as '''Green''' (Japanese: '''ブルー''' ''Blue'') is the female character in the [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] games. Her male counterpart is [[Red (Character)|Red]] in the same games. Her equivalent character in the Special Manga is Blue (or Green in English).
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|rival = [[Blue (game)|Blue]]}}
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'''Leaf''', also known as '''Green''', is the female character in the [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Version|FireRed and LeafGreen]] games. Her male counterpart is [[Red (game)|Red]] in the same games.
   
== Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen ==
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==Appearance==
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Leaf has brown hair. She wears a white hat with a pink Poké Ball logo. Leaf wears a sleeveless, teal shirt, a pair of black sweatbands on her arms, a pink skirt, long blue socks and athletic shoes, with a pink stripe. Also, Leaf is seen with a yellow trainer bag, sometimes with the [[VS Seeker]] attached to it.
   
[[File:GREENTRAINER.png|thumb|left|Leaf in her room, in FireRed and LeafGreen.]]
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==Personality==
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Leaf is a young girl from [[Pallet Town]]. The local Pokémon expert, [[Professor Oak]], stops her from leaving town one day, saying that she needs a Pokémon for her protection. Upon doing this, Oak takes her to his lab and allows Leaf to choose one of three starter Pokémon, along with his grandson [[Blue (game)|Blue]].
 
   
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==Biography==
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===Games===
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====FireRed and LeafGreen====
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[[File:GREENTRAINER.png|thumb|Leaf in her room, in FireRed and LeafGreen.]]
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In ''[[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Version|FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', Leaf is a young girl from [[Pallet Town]]. The local Pokémon expert, [[Professor Oak]], stops her from leaving town one day, saying that she needs a Pokémon for her protection. Upon doing this, Oak takes her to his lab and allows Leaf to choose one of three starter Pokémon, along with his grandson and her rival [[Blue (game)|Blue]].
   
 
After spending some time with her Pokémon, and returning to Pallet Town, Professor Oak gives both her and Blue a [[Pokédex]] so that they can fill it with information on Pokémon. This is the start of Leaf's Pokémon journey throughout the Kanto region.
 
After spending some time with her Pokémon, and returning to Pallet Town, Professor Oak gives both her and Blue a [[Pokédex]] so that they can fill it with information on Pokémon. This is the start of Leaf's Pokémon journey throughout the Kanto region.
   
== In the manga ==
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===Manga===
{{Main|Green (manga)}}
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====Adventures====
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{{Main|Green (Adventures)}}
   
Leaf appears in the Pokémon Special Manga, as the character Green.
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====Pocket Monsters====
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{{Main|Blue (PKR-S)}}
   
== Sprites ==
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==Sprites==
{{TrainerSpriteTop|type = mix|altwidth = 400}}
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{{TrainerSpriteTop|altwidth = 400}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Leaf in the intro to {{Color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FRLG|}}}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Leaf in the intro to {{Color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FRLG|}}}}
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Leaf in the credits for {{Color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FRLG}}}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Battle sprite from {{Color2|000|Generation II|Gen. III}}}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Battle sprite from {{Color2|000|Generation II|Gen. III}}}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Back sprite from {{Color2|000|Generation II|Gen. III}}}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Back sprite from {{Color2|000|Generation II|Gen. III}}}}
{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Leaf in the credits for {{Color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FRLG}}}}
 
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeaderEnd}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteHeaderEnd}}
{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = FRLG Leaf Intro.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|ImageName = FRLG Leaf Intro.png}}
{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = FRLG Leaf.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|ImageName = Running Leaf.gif}}
{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = FRLG Leaf Back Sprite.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|ImageName = FRLG Leaf.png}}
{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = Running Leaf.gif}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|ImageName = FRLG Leaf Back Sprite.png}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteEnd}}
 
{{TrainerSpriteEnd}}
 
== Origins ==
 
 
Leaf apparently was supposed to be in the original, Japanese Red and Green versions of the game. In Nintendo's Official Guidebook, Leaf appears alongside Red and the rival Blue. There was even some concept art for her character.
 
 
The reason she was left out of the games is unknown. It is possible that because of the limits in the game card, they left her out since they could not feature optional characters. Though it could have been possible to feature each character in a different version. But later they recycled her design into Leaf's Fire Red & Leaf Green design.
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Leaf is the only playable character from the games not to be featured in the anime. This is not including the playable characters from [[Pokemon Black and White]].
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*Leaf apparently was supposed to be in the original, Japanese Red and Green versions of the game. In Nintendo's Official Guidebook, Leaf appears alongside Red and the rival Blue. There was even some concept art for her character.
*In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, one of [[Jigglypuff]]'s alternate costumes includes Leaf's hat. In opposition, Pikachu can wear Red's hat.
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*In [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]], one of [[Jigglypuff]]'s alternate costumes includes Leaf's hat. In opposition, Pikachu can wear Red's hat.
   
 
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{{Playable Characters}}
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[[Category:Protagonists]]
 
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Leaf / Green
リーフ Leaf / ブルー Blue
Game character leafgreen
Green in FireRed and LeafGreen
Names Japanese: Leaf and Blue
English Leaf and Green
Gender Female
Class Pokémon Trainer
Region Kanto
Hometown Pallet Town
Relatives Mother
First Appearance FireRed and LeafGreen
Other Appearances None
Rival(s) Blue
Main Game Character

Leaf, also known as Green, is the female character in the FireRed and LeafGreen games. Her male counterpart is Red in the same games.

AppearanceEdit

Leaf has brown hair. She wears a white hat with a pink Poké Ball logo. Leaf wears a sleeveless, teal shirt, a pair of black sweatbands on her arms, a pink skirt, long blue socks and athletic shoes, with a pink stripe. Also, Leaf is seen with a yellow trainer bag, sometimes with the VS Seeker attached to it.

PersonalityEdit

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BiographyEdit

GamesEdit

FireRed and LeafGreenEdit

GREENTRAINER

Leaf in her room, in FireRed and LeafGreen.

In FireRed and LeafGreen, Leaf is a young girl from Pallet Town. The local Pokémon expert, Professor Oak, stops her from leaving town one day, saying that she needs a Pokémon for her protection. Upon doing this, Oak takes her to his lab and allows Leaf to choose one of three starter Pokémon, along with his grandson and her rival Blue.

After spending some time with her Pokémon, and returning to Pallet Town, Professor Oak gives both her and Blue a Pokédex so that they can fill it with information on Pokémon. This is the start of Leaf's Pokémon journey throughout the Kanto region.

MangaEdit

AdventuresEdit

Main article: Green (Adventures)


Pocket MonstersEdit

Main article: Blue (PKR-S)


SpritesEdit

Leaf in the intro to FRLG


Leaf in the credits for FRLG


Battle sprite from Gen. III


Back sprite from Gen. III
FRLG Leaf Intro


Running Leaf


FRLG Leaf


FRLG Leaf Back Sprite


TriviaEdit

  • Leaf apparently was supposed to be in the original, Japanese Red and Green versions of the game. In Nintendo's Official Guidebook, Leaf appears alongside Red and the rival Blue. There was even some concept art for her character.
  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, one of Jigglypuff's alternate costumes includes Leaf's hat. In opposition, Pikachu can wear Red's hat.

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