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For the variant appearing in the games, see Misty (game).

Misty is a character appearing in the Pokémon Adventures, who is the Gym Leader of Cerulean City in the Kanto region.

Appearance

In the Red, Green & Blue arc and Yellow arc of Pokémon Adventures, Misty hair style was of it in Pokémon Red and Blue Version which is a pony-tail, but in wears a black tank top and jean shorts instead of a bikini. In the third chapter of Pokémon Adventures she gets the hair style in Pokémon Gold and Silver Version which is a side-cut.

Personality

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Biography

Red, Green & Blue arc

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Misty first appears fighting against a Gyarados with her Staryu; the Gyarados is her own, but was stolen from her a week ago, returning only now completely enraged and prompting her to track it down. Gyarados knocks out Staryu and Red appears, sending out Saur to battle Gyarados and surprising Misty. Misty rejoins the battle when she tells her Staryu to use Recover, and she and Red defeat Gyarados together with a BubbleBeam/Vine Whip combo. Red captures the Gyarados.

Misty explains the situation with Gyarados and thanks Red for his help. She confesses to no knowledge of the thieves and accompanies Red when he calls Professor Oak for advice on the matter. Oak tells them that it was probably Team Rocket. Upon hearing Oak say that Team Rocket is likely aiming to obtain a Moonstone in Mt. Moon, Misty volunteers to go after them with Red, especially since she has to go through Mt. Moon to get home to Cerulean City and she is familiar with trainers inside Mt. Moon. On top of that, there are water-type Pokémon inside Mt. Moon and she is a water Pokémon expert. She leads the way.

Misty and Red go to Mt. Moon, where they find Team Rocket grunts guarding the entrance. She and Red sneak through some bushes and go in. It is very dark, so Red lets out Pikachu. They wander around until they stumble across Koga and his Rhyhorn.

Misty lets Red battle him until Koga pulls out a syringe and injects Rhyhorn, forcing it to evolve; at this point Misty speaks up, demanding to know if Team Rocket did that to her Gyarados. When Koga responds tauntingly, saying that he can't remember every Pokémon he's experimented on, Misty is provoked, attacking his new Rhydon with her Staryu. Staryu uses a water-type attack, which Koga turns against her with Horn Drill. This throws Misty back into the wall, causing her to hit her head and collapse, unconscious.

Red defeats Koga and carries Misty out of Mt. Moon. She wakes up as they exit, immediately punching Red for perceived perversion. Red brags to her of his victory, embarrassing her, and Misty snaps that since they didn't get the Moon Stone, it was useless anyway. Red then reveals that he found the Moon Stone, making Misty happy and exclaiming that Red is awesome.

She and Red arrive at Cerulean City, where she brings Red to her mansion, where they are cleaned up and their Pokémon healed. She dresses up for dinner, embarrassing Red, who hadn't dressed up. During dinner, Red brags about his victory in Mt. Moon, upsetting Misty. She thinks that he isn't really taking Team Rocket seriously, telling him that he needs to train because next time there will be a stronger member of Team Rocket to fight. Does he want to get hurt?

She storms off, tears in her eyes. That night she secretly attacks Red, making his room into a whirlwind and tossing him around. She leaves a Gyarados scale in his room.

The next day, she finds Red declaring that he's going to beat Cerulean's gym leader. She offers to escort him to the gym, taking him along. When they arrive, she tells him that she is the gym leader. When Red doesn't take her seriously, she lets out her Starmie, attacking him. Red sends out his Bulbasaur, using Vine Whip, but Misty easily counters with BubbleBeam.

She then delivers an emotional speech about how she just now stopped him so easily, yet she hadn't been able to defeat Team Rocket at Mt. Moon. She tells him that they need teamwork. They resolve to work together and train for a few days until Misty deems Red ready, giving him the Cascade Badge and seeing him off. She says that she hopes they'll meet again someday.

Misty is next seen some time later. She and Gyarados rescue Red from drowning, though, peculiarly, Misty has a mermaid tail, causing Red to mistake her for a mermaid. Misty and Gyarados defeat the Dragonite who is threatening Red and then Misty scolds Red for being reckless, telling him that if he wants to cross the ocean, he should come to her, the water-type Pokémon expert.

Yellow arc

Most of the Gym Leaders, just like her, got attacked and their badges were taken so that they could be used to summon Lugia (Adventures), which was later thwarted by Yellow (Adventures). She also gave Yellow her Omanyte.

Gold & Silver arc

Brock and Misty visited Red. Both of them wished luck in his Gym Leaders' evaluation test and gave him the video tapes of their tests, so Red could examine them.[1] Just as she and Brock left, Misty turned around and saw as Red talked with Yellow over the computer, which made Misty feel uneasy.[2]

Crystal arc

Misty travelled with Brock and Erika to an urgent gym leader meeting called by the Pokémon Association director. They were traveling through Tohjo Falls to Goldenrod City. Since the bridge was broken, Brock sent Onix to support the bridge. The three were attacked by some Crobat while walking on the bridge. Due to the distraction of the Crobat, Onix became unbalanced and accidentally knocked Misty down a waterfall. Saved by her Starmie, Misty climbed up the waterfall, but on her way up, she found a Krabby in trouble. She saved the Krabby, but passed out in a cave. Still, she was reminded of her own Krabby, given by Red. Just then, she encountered Suicune in that cave.[2] Misty sent her Lanturn to battle Suicune, who dodged. Suicune blew Misty out of the waterfall, who fell into the steam. However, Suicune had Misty's Starmie send psychic waves to communicate with Misty, who realized Suicune needed help to fight off a major evil force. Suicune wanted Misty to be its master because she was Water-Type Pokémon expert and saw how she rescued Krabby. Misty thought if Red would hear of this, he'd immediately go to fight this force, despite his injuries. Misty promised to be Suicune's trainer, so Red could recover. She soon reunited with Brock and Erika to continue their journey to Johto. Erika and Brock worried for Misty, who stated she was needed for "something" and showed her Poké Ball.[3]

Misty came to the Indigo Plateau, where she was picked to battle against Whitney.[4] Whitney took her seat and watched Brock battle Jasmine.[5] Later, during the Gym Leader tournament, Misty fought against Whitney. The latter's Miltank went to attack with Rollout, but was defeated by Starmie's Hyper Beam and Flash. This ultimately resulted in Whitney's defeat, which made her cry out of frustration. Later, recalling that Sabrina treated her wrists at Mt. Silver, Erika asked if she met up with Red there. Sabrina confirmed, which made Misty and Erika shocked, but Sabrina replied did such things even matter.[6] Erika and Misty wanted to learn more, but Erika dismissed them, claiming this was no place for gossip. Sabrina left to her room and recalled her encounter with Red. She noted how "soft" she was to him, thinking it was because of Giovanni.[7] Misty watched Sabrina's battle against Bugsy, noting how the former was unlucky to battle a bug-type expert.[8] Before facing Pryce, Erika was saddened that Blaine couldn't be the team captain, as he wasn't even present during the meeting with Kanto Gym Leaders.[9]

Due to Team Rocket having infiltrated into the Indigo Plateau, Misty battled the grunts. She and the Gym Leaders went into the train, which locked them all in and rode away.[10] During the fighting, Clair suspected someone was controlling the Team Rocket grunts. Since they couldn't fight at the stadium, Clair challenged Blaine to a fight. Blaine accepted her challenge and let the other Gym Leaders continue battling. Erika noted how Misty started to battle the Team Rocket grunts fiercely. Erika sensed what was Misty feeling and gave her a flower to cheer her up, since Misty would confess feelings to someone. However, they continued to battle the grunts as their priority.[11] Surge had his new Pokémon use electricity to pull the cart back to the stadium. Blaine and Misty were interested and surprised that Lt. Surge obtained Raikou. The two noted Raikou must've sensed something in Lt. Surge to have joined him. Lt. Surge wanted to leave, but Blaine and Misty persuaded him to join in the fight. Lt. Surge joined them and the trio went to stop the Masked Man, with the Legendary Beasts supporting them.[12]

The Masked Man was surprised, since the three Pokémon should've been locked in the Burned Tower. Regardless, his Ho-Oh and Lugia attacked the trio, blowing them away. Despite this, the Gym Leaders gave a Charcoal, a Magnet and a Mystic Water to Entei, Raikou and Suicune, whose attacks were powered up against the Masked Man's Ho-Oh and Lugia. The Masked Man jumped and took down Misty, whose Suicune used Rain Dance to lower Ho-Oh's power. Misty exclaimed how the Masked Man had Ho-Oh capture children to let them carry the tests of time control. However, she reminded the Legendary Beasts united together to defeat the Masked Man. The Masked Man, whom Misty held, confirmed this, but reminded Ho-Oh was their master and they could not defeat Ho-Oh now, either. The Masked Man was held back by Misty, as Suicune summoned a crystal wall to stop the Masked Man.[13] As Lt. Surge prepared to unmask the dead villain, the upper portion of the Masked Man's body springed to life and escaped despite Blaine's Pokémon firing a hole in his stomach and the lower part of the body being cleaved by the wall. Misty went to fight back, but was also trapped by the crystal wall; Suicune was weakened by Masked Man's Gastly's Curse and could not lower the wall.[14] Meanwhile, Red saved the other Gym Leaders from the train that was to crash. Erika went to tell Misty about it, but realized she was in the other part of the train that went in an another direction.[15] Since the Masked Man was fleeing, Misty had Suicune choose a new partner, since Misty was too injured. Suicune chose Crystal to finish the fight; Misty explained it was obvious since Suicune held Crystal's earring. Misty recalled she gave her Gyarados to him and Omanyte to Yellow, seeing this was "her way of being a trainer", as she wasn't Suicune's last trainer. Thus, Suicune joined Crystal, who went with Entei and Raikou to Ilex Forest.[16]

Misty tried to contact Erika to tell her that her flower was destroyed during the battle against the Masked Man. Red replied, which shocked Misty, since Erika gave Red the Pokégear. Misty blushed, but asked Red how was he, with Yellow wondering what was going on. This made Green comment how they should "stay and live together", which made Red, Yellow and Misty blush even more. In the end, Misty returned to her Gym, where she was challenged by other trainers, who wanted to obtain her badge to enter the Pokémon League.[17]

Pokémon

On hand

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Misty's Staryu Adventures
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Staryu
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Misty's Starmie Adventures
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Starmie
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Misty's Krabby
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Krabby
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Misty's Goldeen Adventures
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Goldeen
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Misty's Chinchou
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Chinchou
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Misty's Lanturn
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Lanturn

Given away

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Omny as Omanyte
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Omny
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Gyara
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Gyara

Released

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Suicune Adventures
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Suicune

Gallery

References

See also

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