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{{Episode
 
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|season = Pokémon Chronicles
 
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|name = The Blue Badge of Courage
 
|name = The Blue Badge of Courage
 
|jname = カスミ!ブルーバッジをゲットせよ!!
 
|jname = カスミ!ブルーバッジをゲットせよ!!
|image = The_blue_badge_of_courage713218y.jpg
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|guest = Sakura, Kinso
 
|guest = Sakura, Kinso
 
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|pchars = Togepi (Misty's), Psyduck (Misty's), Horsea (Misty's), Corsola (Misty's), Espeon (Sakura's), Beautifly (Sakura's), Feraligatr (Kinso's), Seel (Cerulean Gym), Zigzagoon (Badge thief's), Poochyena (Badge thief's)
 
|pchars = Togepi (Misty's), Psyduck (Misty's), Horsea (Misty's), Corsola (Misty's), Espeon (Sakura's), Beautifly (Sakura's), Feraligatr (Kinso's), Seel (Cerulean Gym), Zigzagoon (Badge thief's), Poochyena (Badge thief's)
 
|major = Misty learns how to make Cascade Badges. Sakura is revealed to have obtained a Beautifly. Sakura challenges Misty to a Gym battle and wins, earning her fourth Badge.}}
 
|major = Misty learns how to make Cascade Badges. Sakura is revealed to have obtained a Beautifly. Sakura challenges Misty to a Gym battle and wins, earning her fourth Badge.}}
==Plot==
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{{nihongo|The Blue Badge of Courage|カスミ!ブルーバッジをゲットせよ!!|Misty! Get the Cascade Badge!!}} is the 10th episode of [[Pokémon Chronicles]].
Misty has a problem: her Psyduck can't swim. It doesn't even like water! So when Tracey stops by the Cerulean Gym for a visit, the two Trainers give Psyduck some swimming lessons, with absolutely no success. Then Sakura, a familiar face from Ecruteak City, stops by the Gym to challenge her friend Misty and earn the Cascade Badge. That's when Misty gets a big surprise: the Gym ran out of badges and her sisters forgot to tell her! The Cascade Badges are made by an artisan in Rifure Village, so Misty, Tracey and Sakura head out to find him. Near the village, they rescue an injured man who turns out to be Kinso, the very man they need.
 
   
Even with an injured ankle, Kinso is a tough old man. He won't just hand over the badges: he wants everyone to work for them. That means waking up at 4 AM to run laps, split wood and craft their own badges. If they don't do it right, they'll have to wake up the next morning and do it all over again! It takes two days to get the hang of it and there's still one more test: a battle with Kinso's Feraligatr. Misty accepts, but her Psyduck breaks out of its Pokeball and falls into a pond. When Kinso sees that, he refuses to give the Cascade Badges to someone whose Water Pokémon can't even swim!
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==Episode Plot==
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[[Misty (anime)|Misty]] has a problem: her [[Misty's Psyduck|Psyduck]] can't swim. It doesn't even like water! So when [[Tracey Sketchit|Tracey]] stops by the [[Cerulean City Gym|Cerulean Gym]] for a visit, the two Trainers give Psyduck some swimming lessons, with absolutely no success. Then [[Sakura]], a familiar face from [[Ecruteak City]], stops by the Gym to challenge her friend Misty and earn the [[Gym Badges#Cascade Badge|Cascade Badge]]. That's when Misty gets a big surprise: the Gym ran out of badges and her sisters forgot to tell her! The Cascade Badges are made by an artisan in Rifure Village, so Misty, Tracey and Sakura head out to find him. Near the village, they rescue an injured man who turns out to be [[Kinso]], the very man they need.
   
When everyone returns to the cabin, they discover that the thieves have stolen all the badges. Our heroes confront the two badge thieves who refuse to give up. Instead, they send out their Poochyena and Zigzagoon to fight. But when Poochyena bites Psyduck on the head, it triggers Psyduck's real power and it uses Confusion to stun the thieves. This proves to Kinso that Misty is worthy of the badges after all, so now it's back to the Gym for Misty's battle with Sakura. Sakura's Espeon not only swims, it knocks Misty's Corsola out with Psybeam. At last, Sakura has earned her own Cascade Badge!
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Even with an injured ankle, Kinso is a tough old man. He won't just hand over the badges: he wants everyone to work for them. That means waking up at 4 AM to run laps, split wood and craft their own badges. If they don't do it right, they'll have to wake up the next morning and do it all over again! It takes two days to get the hang of it and there's still one more test: a battle with [[Kinso's Feraligatr]]. Misty accepts, but her Psyduck breaks out of its [[Poké Ball]] and falls into a pond. When Kinso sees that, he refuses to give the Cascade Badges to someone whose Water Pokémon can't even swim!
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When everyone returns to the cabin, they discover that the thieves have stolen all the badges. Our heroes confront the two [[Gym Badge thieves|badge thieves]] who refuse to give up. Instead, they send out their [[Gym Badge Thieves' Poochyena|Poochyena]] and [[Gym Badge Thieves' Zigzagoon|Zigzagoon]] to fight. But when Poochyena [[Bite|bites]] Psyduck on the head, it triggers Psyduck's real power and it uses [[Confusion]] to stun the thieves. This proves to Kinso that Misty is worthy of the badges after all, so now it's back to the Gym for Misty's battle with Sakura. [[Sakura's Espeon]] not only swims, it knocks [[Misty's Corsola]] out with [[Psybeam]]. At last, Sakura has earned her own Cascade Badge!
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Misty reads the title card in the episode.
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Misty reads the title card in the episode.
   
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==Gallery==
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The Blue Badge of Courage (カスミ!ブルーバッジをゲットせよ!!)
PC010
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon Chronicles Char. of the Day: Sakura, Kinso
Episode №: #PC010 Main: Misty, Tracey
Aired: JapanFlag February 25, 2003 Recurring: Daisy, Violet, Lily, Nurse Joy
UnitedStatesFlag July 22, 2006
Opening Theme: Pokérap GS Minor: Sakura, Kinso, The Gym Badge thieves
Badge(s): Setting:
Pokémon: Togepi (Misty's), Psyduck (Misty's), Horsea (Misty's), Corsola (Misty's), Espeon (Sakura's), Beautifly (Sakura's), Feraligatr (Kinso's), Seel (Cerulean Gym), Zigzagoon (Badge thief's), Poochyena (Badge thief's)
Major event(s)
Misty learns how to make Cascade Badges. Sakura is revealed to have obtained a Beautifly. Sakura challenges Misty to a Gym battle and wins, earning her fourth Badge.
Pokémon Chronicles

The Blue Badge of Courage (Japanese: カスミ!ブルーバッジをゲットせよ!! Misty! Get the Cascade Badge!!) is the 10th episode of Pokémon Chronicles.

Episode PlotEdit

Misty has a problem: her Psyduck can't swim. It doesn't even like water! So when Tracey stops by the Cerulean Gym for a visit, the two Trainers give Psyduck some swimming lessons, with absolutely no success. Then Sakura, a familiar face from Ecruteak City, stops by the Gym to challenge her friend Misty and earn the Cascade Badge. That's when Misty gets a big surprise: the Gym ran out of badges and her sisters forgot to tell her! The Cascade Badges are made by an artisan in Rifure Village, so Misty, Tracey and Sakura head out to find him. Near the village, they rescue an injured man who turns out to be Kinso, the very man they need.

Even with an injured ankle, Kinso is a tough old man. He won't just hand over the badges: he wants everyone to work for them. That means waking up at 4 AM to run laps, split wood and craft their own badges. If they don't do it right, they'll have to wake up the next morning and do it all over again! It takes two days to get the hang of it and there's still one more test: a battle with Kinso's Feraligatr. Misty accepts, but her Psyduck breaks out of its Poké Ball and falls into a pond. When Kinso sees that, he refuses to give the Cascade Badges to someone whose Water Pokémon can't even swim!

When everyone returns to the cabin, they discover that the thieves have stolen all the badges. Our heroes confront the two badge thieves who refuse to give up. Instead, they send out their Poochyena and Zigzagoon to fight. But when Poochyena bites Psyduck on the head, it triggers Psyduck's real power and it uses Confusion to stun the thieves. This proves to Kinso that Misty is worthy of the badges after all, so now it's back to the Gym for Misty's battle with Sakura. Sakura's Espeon not only swims, it knocks Misty's Corsola out with Psybeam. At last, Sakura has earned her own Cascade Badge!

TriviaEdit

Misty reads the title card in the episode.

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