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{{Episode
 
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|season = Pokémon Chronicles
 
|season = Pokémon Chronicles
|prev = PC005
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|prev = PC005: Snorlax Snowman
 
|prevnum = PC005
 
|prevnum = PC005
|next = PC007
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|nextnum = PC007
 
|name = A Family That Battles Together Stays Together
 
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|uair = June 24, 2006
 
|uair = June 24, 2006
 
|machars = [[Brock (anime)|Brock]]
 
|machars = [[Brock (anime)|Brock]]
|rchars = Flint, Lola, Forrest
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|rchars = [[Flint (Kanto)|Flint]], [[Lola]], [[Forrest (Kanto)|Forrest]]
 
|michars = Brock's siblings
 
|michars = Brock's siblings
|pchars = Brock's Onix, Flint's Golem, Lola's Blastoise, Lola's Poliwag, Lola's Tentacruel, Lola's Slowpoke, Lola's Gyarados, Lola's Vaporeon, Lola's Marill, Lola's Mantine
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|pchars = [[Brock's Steelix|Brock's Onix]], [[Flint's Golem]], [[Lola's Blastoise]], [[Lola's Poliwag]], [[Lola's Tentacruel]], [[Lola's Slowpoke]], [[Lola's Gyarados]], [[Lola's Vaporeon]], [[Lola's Marill]], [[Lola's Mantine]]
|local = Pewter City, Pewter City Gym
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|local = [[Pewter City]], [[Pewter City Gym]]
 
|major = Brock leaves his Onix, Geodude and Crobat.
 
|major = Brock leaves his Onix, Geodude and Crobat.
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|guest = Lola
 
|guest = Lola
 
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{{nihongo|A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!|タケシ!ニビジムをすくえ!|Brock! Save Pewter Gym!}} is the 6th episode of [[Pokémon Chronicles]].
   
 
==Episode Plot==
 
==Episode Plot==
Brock is back in Pewter City after his adventures in Johto, but he finds his father Flint hiding at the edge of town. Flint warns him that something terrible has happened: Brock's mother Lola took over the Pewter Gym and turned it into a gaudy Water-type Gym! When Brock sees this, he's furious, but Flint is afraid to act and Lola won't listen. So Brock declares that Flint will battle Lola for the Gym--if Lola loses, the Gym goes back to the way it was. But if she wins, all of Brock's siblings will become Water-type Trainers!
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[[Brock (anime)|Brock]] is back in [[Pewter City]] after his adventures in [[Johto]], but he finds his father [[Flint (Kanto)|Flint]] hiding at the edge of town. Flint warns him that something terrible has happened: Brock's mother [[Lola]] took over the [[Pewter City Gym|Pewter Gym]] and turned it into a gaudy Water-type Gym! When Brock sees this, he's furious, but Flint is afraid to act and Lola won't listen. So Brock declares that Flint will battle Lola for the Gym--if Lola loses, the Gym goes back to the way it was. But if she wins, all of Brock's siblings will become Water-type Trainers!
   
With the Gym now a watery battlefield, Flint's Golem is at a disadvantage. Once Lola's Marill uses Surf, Golem sinks like a rock and Lola's Blastoise has to fish it out of the water. When Flint starts to walk away, dejected, Lola reminisces about their first battle together. This rekindles their love, but Brock doesn't care. He's not even impressed when Flint and Lola try to patch things up by making the Pewter Gym a Rock-and-Water-type Gym. Brock's brother, Forrest, isn't happy either; he throws a fit and runs out of the house. Forrest doesn't want to be a Gym Leader now that the Pewter Gym isn't a Rock-type Gym, but Brock assures Forrest that he'll fix it. 
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With the Gym now a watery battlefield, [[Flint's Golem]] is at a disadvantage. Once [[Lola's Marill]] uses [[Surf]], Golem sinks like a rock and [[Lola's Blastoise]] has to fish it out of the water. When Flint starts to walk away, dejected, Lola reminisces about their first battle together. This rekindles their love, but Brock doesn't care. He's not even impressed when Flint and Lola try to patch things up by making the Pewter Gym a Rock-and-Water-type Gym. Brock's brother, [[Forrest (Kanto)|Forrest]], isn't happy either; he throws a fit and runs out of the house. Forrest doesn't want to be a [[Gym Leader]] now that the Pewter Gym isn't a Rock-type Gym, but Brock assures Forrest that he'll fix it. 
   
The next morning, Brock insists on battling Lola for the fate of the Gym. Brock chooses Onix and Lola chooses Mantine. Brock has Onix use Dig to drain all the water from the battlefield, but Mantine can still swoop through the air and use Water-type attacks. Still, the battle doesn't last long before Onix knocks out Mantine and now the Gym is back to being a simple, no-frills Rock-type Gym. As for the family, they don't seem to mind. They give Brock a hearty send-off as he heads out to Hoenn and Forrest promises to battle Brock the next time he returns!
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The next morning, Brock insists on battling Lola for the fate of the Gym. Brock chooses [[Brock's Steelix|Onix]] and Lola chooses [[Lola's Mantine|Mantine]]. Brock has Onix use [[Dig]] to drain all the water from the battlefield, but Mantine can still swoop through the air and use Water-type attacks. Still, the battle doesn't last long before Onix knocks out Mantine and now the Gym is back to being a simple, no-frills Rock-type Gym. As for the family, they don't seem to mind. They give Brock a hearty send-off as he heads out to [[Hoenn]] and Forrest promises to battle Brock the next time he returns!
   
 
==Debuts==
 
==Debuts==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This episode explains what Brock was up to between Master Quest and Advance.
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*This episode explains what Brock was up to between [[Pokémon: Master Quest|Master Quest]] and [[Pokémon: Advanced|Advanced]].
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*Flint had stated in [[IL005: Showdown in Pewter City]] that Lola had died of heart break after he had left home to become a Pokémon trainer.
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===Mistakes===
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*Flint had stated in [[IL005: Showdown in Pewter City|Showdown in Pewter City]] that Lola had died of heart break after he had left home to become a Pokémon trainer.
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==Gallery==
 
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A Family That Battles Together Stays Together (タケシ!ニビジムをすくえ!)
PC006
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon Chronicles Char. of the Day: Lola
Episode №: #PC006 Main: Brock
Aired: JapanFlag December 3, 2002 Recurring: Flint, Lola, Forrest
UnitedStatesFlag June 24, 2006
Opening Theme: Pokérap GS Minor: Brock's siblings
Badge(s): Setting: Pewter City, Pewter City Gym
Pokémon: Brock's Onix, Flint's Golem, Lola's Blastoise, Lola's Poliwag, Lola's Tentacruel, Lola's Slowpoke, Lola's Gyarados, Lola's Vaporeon, Lola's Marill, Lola's Mantine
Major event(s)
Brock leaves his Onix, Geodude and Crobat.
Pokémon Chronicles

A Family That Battles Together Stays Together! (Japanese: タケシ!ニビジムをすくえ! Brock! Save Pewter Gym!) is the 6th episode of Pokémon Chronicles.

Episode PlotEdit

Brock is back in Pewter City after his adventures in Johto, but he finds his father Flint hiding at the edge of town. Flint warns him that something terrible has happened: Brock's mother Lola took over the Pewter Gym and turned it into a gaudy Water-type Gym! When Brock sees this, he's furious, but Flint is afraid to act and Lola won't listen. So Brock declares that Flint will battle Lola for the Gym--if Lola loses, the Gym goes back to the way it was. But if she wins, all of Brock's siblings will become Water-type Trainers!

With the Gym now a watery battlefield, Flint's Golem is at a disadvantage. Once Lola's Marill uses Surf, Golem sinks like a rock and Lola's Blastoise has to fish it out of the water. When Flint starts to walk away, dejected, Lola reminisces about their first battle together. This rekindles their love, but Brock doesn't care. He's not even impressed when Flint and Lola try to patch things up by making the Pewter Gym a Rock-and-Water-type Gym. Brock's brother, Forrest, isn't happy either; he throws a fit and runs out of the house. Forrest doesn't want to be a Gym Leader now that the Pewter Gym isn't a Rock-type Gym, but Brock assures Forrest that he'll fix it. 

The next morning, Brock insists on battling Lola for the fate of the Gym. Brock chooses Onix and Lola chooses Mantine. Brock has Onix use Dig to drain all the water from the battlefield, but Mantine can still swoop through the air and use Water-type attacks. Still, the battle doesn't last long before Onix knocks out Mantine and now the Gym is back to being a simple, no-frills Rock-type Gym. As for the family, they don't seem to mind. They give Brock a hearty send-off as he heads out to Hoenn and Forrest promises to battle Brock the next time he returns!

DebutsEdit

HumansEdit

QuotesEdit

"We're at the table." - Cindy
"That's gross." - Suzy

TriviaEdit

MistakesEdit

  • Flint had stated in Showdown in Pewter City that Lola had died of heart break after he had left home to become a Pokémon trainer.

GalleryEdit

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