History Manga / PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure

30th May '18 6:16:28 PM Pichu-kun
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* AbusiveParents: Cyrus is, for all intents and purposes, Mitsumi's father figure. Who raised her to be a war machine (in the games it's implied that his own parents were abusive, but in DPA it never comes up).

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* AbusiveParents: Cyrus is, for all intents and purposes, Mitsumi's father figure. Who raised her to be a war machine (in the games it's implied that his own parents were abusive, but in DPA ''DPA'' it never comes up).up).
* AdaptationalBackstoryChange: The backstories of Hareta and Mitsumi are completely different from Lucas and Dawn's:
** In the games, the protagonist is a kid being raised in Twinleaf Town by their mother and [[InvisibleParents possibly]] their father too. They're {{Childhood Friend}}s with Barry. In this continuity, Hareta is a WildChild who was abandoned by his father and allowed to live amongst Pokémon by Professor Rowan. Unlike the game protagonist, Hareta already knows Rowan at the start. However, he doesn't meet Barry's counterpart Jun until later in life.
** Dawn-as-a-NPC lives with her scientist father and younger sibling nearby Twinleaf. In this manga, Mitsumi is an orphan who was [[spoiler:raised by Cyrus in Team Galactic.]] She later ran away and became Rowan's assistant.
8th Apr '18 8:31:57 AM Pichu-kun
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One day Hareta is called to Professor Rowan's lab by his assistant, Mitsumi. The two of them then set off in search for the legendary Pokémon Dialga. They however have to worry about Team Galactic, who are also after Dialga. And off they set on a journey, beating the Gym Leaders (it's a Pokémon manga, what do you expect?) while simultaneously trying to stop Team Galactic from capturing Dialga.

Not to be confused with the VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl based chapter of [[Manga/PokemonSpecial Pokemon Adventure]]''[[Manga/PokemonSpecial s]]'' (Which has "Platinum" added to it in Creator/VizMedia releases to distinguish each other).

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One day Hareta is called to Professor Rowan's lab by his assistant, Mitsumi. The two of them then set off in search for the legendary Pokémon Dialga. They however have to worry about Team Galactic, who are also after Dialga. And off they set on a journey, beating the Gym Leaders (it's a Pokémon ''Pokémon'' manga, what do you expect?) while simultaneously trying to stop Team Galactic from capturing Dialga.

Not to be confused with the VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' based chapter of [[Manga/PokemonSpecial Pokemon Adventure]]''[[Manga/PokemonSpecial s]]'' (Which ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' (which has "Platinum" added to it in Creator/VizMedia releases to distinguish each other).



!!This series provides examples of:

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!!This series manga provides examples of:



* AdaptationDyeJob: Mitsumi has green hair; her video game counterpart's hair is black/[[HairColorDissonance blue]]. Hareta's hair appears to be pitch black, while his game counterpart's hair color is the same deal as Mitsumi's.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: AdaptationDyeJob:
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Mitsumi has green hair; her video game counterpart's hair is black/[[HairColorDissonance blue]]. blue]].
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Hareta's hair appears to be pitch black, while his game counterpart's hair color is the same deal as Mitsumi's.



* AnimeHair: Hareta and Mitsumi, but especially the latter

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* AnimeHair: AnimeHair:
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Hareta and Mitsumi, but especially the latter



* BlindIdiotTranslation: Averted for the most part, but it has its moments. Such as B-2 being identified as "the buttman of Team Rocket" (he's in Team ''Galactic''; there are no Rockets in this series), misspelling a main character's name in a few places, mistaking Saturn's gender at one point, and formatting the occasional text in Western order despite the translation being released in Japanese order.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: BlindIdiotTranslation:
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Averted for the most part, but it has its moments. Such as B-2 being identified as "the buttman of Team Rocket" (he's in Team ''Galactic''; there are no Rockets in this series), misspelling a main character's name in a few places, mistaking Saturn's gender at one point, and formatting the occasional text in Western order despite the translation being released in Japanese order.



* DemotedToExtra: Volkner. He makes a really brief one panel cameo in the final chapter. (In volume 5, he also makes an appearance between chapters complaining about how [[BreakingTheFourthWall he hasn't made an appearance in the story]].)

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* DemotedToExtra: DemotedToExtra:
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Volkner. He makes a really brief one panel cameo in the final chapter. (In volume 5, he also makes an appearance between chapters complaining about how [[BreakingTheFourthWall he hasn't made an appearance in the story]].)



*** Cynthia, while more important than the three aforementioned gym leaders, still doesn't appear as much as one would expect of her.

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*** ** Cynthia, while more important than the three aforementioned gym leaders, still doesn't appear as much as one would expect of her.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: [[spoiler:Cyrus in the final volume, as they go to fight Charon, talks about how Team Galactic was never about money or power. However, given what the team ''was'' about...]]

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: EvenEvilHasStandards:
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[[spoiler:Cyrus in the final volume, as they go to fight Charon, talks about how Team Galactic was never about money or power. However, given what the team ''was'' about...]]



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Hareta hitting the cameraman in the junk with his Poké Ball, which Piplup then proceeds to emerge from--stuck in the poor guy's crotch.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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Hareta hitting the cameraman in the junk with his Poké Ball, which Piplup then proceeds to emerge from--stuck in the poor guy's crotch.



** Mitsumi [[spoiler:attempting suicide]] is a bit surprising, even for {{Shonen}}.
* GoKartingWithBowser: Hareta inviting B-2 to join the heroes for lunch before invading the Galactic base.

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** Mitsumi [[spoiler:attempting suicide]] is a bit surprising, even for {{Shonen}}.
{{Shonen|demographic}}.
* GoKartingWithBowser: GoKartingWithBowser:
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Hareta inviting B-2 to join the heroes for lunch before invading the Galactic base.



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Cyrus (yes, you read it right), Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter, all after volume 5]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: HeelFaceTurn:
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[[spoiler:Cyrus (yes, you read it right), Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter, all after volume 5]]



* ImprobableAge: [[VagueAge It's never made clear how old Koya is]], but he certainly doesn't look old enough to be a member of the International Police.

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* ImprobableAge: ImprobableAge:
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[[VagueAge It's never made clear how old Koya is]], but he certainly doesn't look old enough to be a member of the International Police.



* InconsistentDub: Various translation errors involving items and abilities from the video games. Also while Jun keeps his Japanese name, the name "Jun" is localized in the video games (as an optional default name) and anime as "Barry".
** And in volume 6, the Japanese character Handsome has had his name translated as "Hansom", rather than being consistent with the games and anime which call him "Looker".
*** And as of volume 7 is back to being Looker with the rationale that Looker is his code name. So does that mean that his real name is Hansom?

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* InconsistentDub: InconsistentDub:
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Various translation errors involving items and abilities from the video games. Also while games.
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Jun keeps his Japanese name, the name "Jun" is localized in the video games (as an optional default name) and anime as "Barry".
** And in volume 6, the Japanese character Handsome has had his name translated as "Hansom", rather than being consistent with the games and anime which call him "Looker".
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"Looker". And as of volume 7 it is back to being Looker with the rationale that Looker is his code name. So does that mean that his real name is Hansom?



* InformedAbility: Looker is said to be "invincible", but we never see him battle. Really he just stands around and yells.

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* InformedAbility: InformedAbility:
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Looker is said to be "invincible", but we never see him battle. Really he just stands around and yells.



* {{Jerkass}}: Koya.

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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}:
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Koya.



* NoNameGiven: A recurring Galactic Grunt with a swollen ass is known for most of the series simply as "[[TheTropeWithoutATitle That guy with the butt]]". In volume 7 he states that as a grunt he has no name and that [[YouAreNumberSix he is known as K-2]]. Also a PunnyName in Japanese due to it sounding incredibly similar to "ketsu", the Japanese word for "butt".
** Of course, in the English translation, he explains that he is named B-2, with Hareta cheerfully informing him that it "sounds kinda like 'butt'". Er... nice try, but no cigar there.

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* NoNameGiven: A recurring Galactic Grunt with a swollen ass is known for most of the series simply as "[[TheTropeWithoutATitle That guy with the butt]]". In volume 7 he states that as a grunt he has no name and that [[YouAreNumberSix he is known as K-2]]. Also a PunnyName in Japanese due to it sounding incredibly similar to "ketsu", the Japanese word for "butt". \n** Of course, in the English translation, he explains that he is named B-2, with Hareta cheerfully informing him that it "sounds kinda like 'butt'". Er... nice try, but no cigar there.



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Mitsumi]]
** [[spoiler:However, it was a DisneyDeath]]

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Mitsumi]]
** [[spoiler:However,
[[spoiler:Mitsumi]]. However, it was a DisneyDeath]]DisneyDeath.



* RunningGag: Throughout the first volume, Hareta can't throw his Poké Balls.

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* RunningGag: RunningGag:
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Throughout the first volume, Hareta can't throw his Poké Balls.



* ShownTheirWork: When Hareta and pals head to Veilstone City in volume 7, there's a shot as they're approaching the town (riding Jun's Dragonite) of the entire city EXACTLY as it appears in Platinum version.

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* ShownTheirWork: ShownTheirWork:
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When Hareta and pals head to Veilstone City in volume 7, there's a shot as they're approaching the town (riding Jun's Dragonite) of the entire city EXACTLY as it appears in Platinum version.



* SpiritualSuccessor: This manga can be seen as one to an earlier manga by the same artist, "Pocket Monsters Emerald: Challenge!! Battle Frontier", which was a Japan and Singapore only manga based off the Battle Frontier portion of [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Emerald]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: This manga can be seen as one to an earlier manga by the same artist, "Pocket "Manga/{{Pocket Monsters Emerald: Challenge!! Emerald Challenge Battle Frontier", Frontier}}", which was a Japan and Singapore only manga based off the Battle Frontier portion of [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Emerald]].''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Emerald]]''.



* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: Mitsumi.

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* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior:
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Mitsumi.



* VillainousBSOD: [[spoiler: Cyrus after realizing that Dialga and Palkia will destroy everything, without hope of rebirth, and it's all his own stupid fault]], could also perhaps qualify as MyGodWhatHaveIDone.

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* VillainousBSOD: VillainousBSOD:
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[[spoiler: Cyrus after realizing that Dialga and Palkia will destroy everything, without hope of rebirth, and it's all his own stupid fault]], could also perhaps qualify as MyGodWhatHaveIDone.



* VillainsNeverLie: Cyrus is surprisingly honest about his goal to become a god (blurting it out in what's basically his introductory speech as he does), and as in the games he goes on about a "new world" so much that it comes as a surprise that apparently all of his followers thought it was a metaphor...or rather, that he intended only for ''himself'' to make the new world with everyone else, including them, as ultimately disposable if it came down to it.

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* VillainsNeverLie: VillainsNeverLie:
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Cyrus is surprisingly honest about his goal to become a god (blurting it out in what's basically his introductory speech as he does), and as in the games he goes on about a "new world" so much that it comes as a surprise that apparently all of his followers thought it was a metaphor...or rather, that he intended only for ''himself'' to make the new world with everyone else, including them, as ultimately disposable if it came down to it.



* VillainousDemotivator: Cyrus's reaction to Saturn's loss to Hareta is to [[spoiler:fire Saturn on the spot]]. Never mind that Saturn had just successfully caught Azelf.

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* VillainousDemotivator: VillainousDemotivator:
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Cyrus's reaction to Saturn's loss to Hareta is to [[spoiler:fire Saturn on the spot]]. Never mind that Saturn had just successfully caught Azelf.
11th Dec '17 5:28:25 AM Cryoclaste
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[[caption-width-right:310:Basically, DragonBall [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] {{Pokemon}}.]]

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[[caption-width-right:310:Basically, DragonBall Franchise/DragonBall [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] {{Pokemon}}.Franchise/{{Pokemon}}.]]



* VagueAge: As expected from ''{{Pokemon}}''. Hareta seems to be around the same age as his game counterpart, eleven or so, but Mitsumi and Jun seem considerably older than their game counterparts, with Mitsumi seeming even slightly older than Jun.

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* VagueAge: As expected from ''{{Pokemon}}''.''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''. Hareta seems to be around the same age as his game counterpart, eleven or so, but Mitsumi and Jun seem considerably older than their game counterparts, with Mitsumi seeming even slightly older than Jun.
13th Aug '17 10:12:03 AM nombretomado
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[[caption-width-right:310:Basically, DragonBall [[XMeetsY meets]] {{Pokemon}}.]]

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[[caption-width-right:310:Basically, DragonBall [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] {{Pokemon}}.]]
6th Apr '17 10:07:44 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl based chapter of [[PokemonSpecial Pokemon Adventure]]''[[PokemonSpecial s]]'' (Which has "Platinum" added to it in Creator/VizMedia releases to distinguish each other).

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Not to be confused with the VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl based chapter of [[PokemonSpecial [[Manga/PokemonSpecial Pokemon Adventure]]''[[PokemonSpecial Adventure]]''[[Manga/PokemonSpecial s]]'' (Which has "Platinum" added to it in Creator/VizMedia releases to distinguish each other).
27th Mar '17 9:50:38 PM Prometheus117
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* VillainsNeverLie: Cyrus is surprisingly honest about his goal to become a god (blurting it out in what's basically his introductory speech as he does), and as in the games he goes on about a "new world" so much that it comes as a surprise that apparently all of his followers thought it was a metaphor. Or something.

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* VillainsNeverLie: Cyrus is surprisingly honest about his goal to become a god (blurting it out in what's basically his introductory speech as he does), and as in the games he goes on about a "new world" so much that it comes as a surprise that apparently all of his followers thought it was a metaphor. Or something.metaphor...or rather, that he intended only for ''himself'' to make the new world with everyone else, including them, as ultimately disposable if it came down to it.
8th Dec '16 8:16:09 PM shonengirl
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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle relatively early in the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's in its second stage, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Wes]]]].

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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle relatively early in the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's in its second stage, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and Silver]], [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Wes]]]].Wes]], [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Lillie and Gladion]], with her involvement most resembling the latter]].



** And, you know, EVERY MEMBER OF TEAM GALACTIC except Cyrus (though he does have a Super Saiyan hairdo here) and the Grunts (who just have a minor case). Also most of the Gym Leaders, and [[FunnyAfro Flint]].

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** And, you know, EVERY MEMBER OF TEAM GALACTIC except Cyrus (though he does have a Super Saiyan hairdo here) and the Grunts (who just have a minor case). Also most of the Gym Leaders, and [[FunnyAfro Flint]].
21st Oct '16 2:59:43 PM dlchen145
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8th Aug '16 1:25:25 AM shonengirl
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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle relatively early in the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's in its second stage, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to the latter and [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Wes]]]].

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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle relatively early in the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's in its second stage, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to the latter and [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Wes]]]].



** Maylene did the same thing earlier, whining about how she was only present in one panel that chapter. Fantina was also given a minor role in just one chapter. Maylene, Crasher Wake, and Fantina are all considerably less important than Roark and Gardenia were, at least until the gym leaders start helping out against Team Galactic.

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** Maylene did the same thing earlier, whining about how she was only present in one panel that chapter. Fantina was also given a minor role in just one chapter.chapter, and also lampshaded this between chapters. Maylene, Crasher Wake, and Fantina are all considerably less important than Roark and Gardenia were, at least until the gym leaders start helping out against Team Galactic.



* IdiotHero: Hareta is this. When he beats Roark and gets his first badge, he tries to ''eat it''. On the other hand, it does fuel his {{Determinator}} status, as he's apparently too dumb to realize when he may be in over his head.

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* IdiotHero: Hareta Hareta, being the main character of a Coro Coro serial mang, is this.this, full stop. When he beats Roark and gets his first badge, he tries to ''eat it''. On the other hand, it does fuel his {{Determinator}} status, as he's apparently too dumb to realize when he may be in over his head.



* OlderAndWiser: Strangely enough, while everybody mostly looks around the same age as their counterparts in the games, this doesn't go for Jun and especially Mitsumi, who are clearly older than Barry and Dawn, even explicitly so for Mitsumi. That doesn't mean Jun's personality has changed much from Barry's however.

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* OlderAndWiser: Strangely enough, while everybody mostly looks around the same age as their counterparts in the games, this doesn't go for Jun and especially Mitsumi, who are clearly older than Barry and Dawn, even explicitly so even for Mitsumi. That doesn't mean Jun's personality has changed much from Barry's however.
5th Aug '16 9:19:35 AM shonengirl
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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle in the first half only the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to [[VideoGame/PokemonColloseeum Wes]]]].

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* AdaptationalBadass: Mitsumi [[RuleOfThree yet again]]; when not the player character, Dawn (or Lucas, if Dawn is selected as the player character) is pretty much a NeutralFemale, a rather average girl who only battles twice in the entire game, one being the capture tutorial, and the second time in a double battle relatively early in the first half only the game, with only three known Pokemon (the starter weaker to the player's, player's in its second stage, a Kadabra and a Clefairy). The rest of the time she just stands by and cheers Lucas on, not doing much else except for sometimes showing up to give some exposition. Here, not only is she a really good battler, but she's clearly older and plays a very active role in the plot (a rarity to come by in later Coro Coro Pokemon adaptations from that point onwards, which may leave out the female character altogether). [[spoiler:Not to mention the only core series main characters to be involved with the evil teams to date are [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Silver]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]], with the extent to which she was involved being closer to [[VideoGame/PokemonColloseeum the latter and [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Wes]]]].



* AdaptationDyeJob: Mitsumi has green hair; her video game counterpart's hair is black/[[HairColorDissonance blue]]. Hareta's hair appears to be pitch black, while his game counterparts hair color is the same deal as Mitsumi's.
* AGodAmI: Cyrus' goal.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Mitsumi has green hair; her video game counterpart's hair is black/[[HairColorDissonance blue]]. Hareta's hair appears to be pitch black, while his game counterparts counterpart's hair color is the same deal as Mitsumi's.
* AGodAmI: Cyrus' goal.goal, like in the games.



* ImprobableAge: [[VagueAge I'm not quite sure how old Koya is]], but he certainly doesn't look old enough to be a member of the International Police.

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* ImprobableAge: [[VagueAge I'm not quite sure It's never made clear how old Koya is]], but he certainly doesn't look old enough to be a member of the International Police.



* OlderAndWiser: Strangely enough, while everybody mostly looks around the same age as their counterparts in the games, this doesn't go for Jun and especially Mitsumi, who are clearly older than Barry and Dawn, even explicitly so for Mitsumi. That doesn't mean Jun's personality has changed much from Barry's however.



* ToiletHumour: Hareta. He urinated in Mitsumi's bag at one point and farted really loud while Mitsumi was trying to think.

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* ToiletHumour: Hareta. He Hareta urinated in Mitsumi's bag at one point and farted really loud while Mitsumi was trying to think.
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