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It was used against [[Ash's Sceptile|Ash's Treecko]] in a Gym battle. With its impressive power and skill, Makuhita was easily able to gain the upper hand. However, when Treecko kept coming back for more, Makuhita evolved into {{p|Hariyama}}. With the massive power boost it gained by evolving, Hariyama finished Treecko off easily with a powerful {{m|Knock Off}}, thus defeating {{Ash}}.
 
It was used against [[Ash's Sceptile|Ash's Treecko]] in a Gym battle. With its impressive power and skill, Makuhita was easily able to gain the upper hand. However, when Treecko kept coming back for more, Makuhita evolved into {{p|Hariyama}}. With the massive power boost it gained by evolving, Hariyama finished Treecko off easily with a powerful {{m|Knock Off}}, thus defeating {{Ash}}.
   
[[File:Hariyama Surfing.png|thumb|200px|Brawly surfing with Hariyama]]
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It again appeared in ''[[AG030|A Meditite Fight]]'' where it helped Ash and the others to escape from a violent storm.
It appeared again in ''[[AG030|A Meditite Fight]]'' where it helped Ash and the others to escape from a violent storm.
 
   
 
Ash had his rematch against Brawly in ''[[AG031|Just One of the Geysers]]''. Hariyama was able to defeat {{AP|Corphish}} and almost defeated Treecko. But thanks to Ash's strategy, Treecko was able to defeat Hariyama after a fierce battle, earning Ash the {{badge|Knuckle}}.
 
Ash had his rematch against Brawly in ''[[AG031|Just One of the Geysers]]''. Hariyama was able to defeat {{AP|Corphish}} and almost defeated Treecko. But thanks to Ash's strategy, Treecko was able to defeat Hariyama after a fierce battle, earning Ash the {{badge|Knuckle}}.

Revision as of 05:31, 19 March 2012

Brawly's Hariyama
トウキのハリテヤマ Tōki's Hariteyama
Poké Ball
Hariyama Surfing.png
Brawly surfing with Hariyama in the anime
Debuts in Brave the Wave
Caught at Hoenn
Evolves in Brave the Wave
Gender Male (Unconfirmed in anime)
Ability Guts (in the games)
Thick Fat (in Pokémon Adventures)
Current location With Brawly
Makuhita Hariyama
This Pokémon spent less than 1 episode as Makuhita.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Makuhita Shin'ichirō Miki Darren Dunstan
As Hariyama Unshō Ishizuka Maddie Blaustein

Brawly's Hariyama (Japanese: トウキのハリテヤマ Tōki's Hariteyama) is Brawly's main Pokémon in all media he has appeared in; that is, in the games, anime, and the Pokémon Adventures manga. In all media it is shown to have evolved from Makuhita.

In the anime

Hariyama first appeared in Brave the Wave as a Makuhita. Like Brawly, Makuhita also enjoys surfing the waves.

It was used against Ash's Treecko in a Gym battle. With its impressive power and skill, Makuhita was easily able to gain the upper hand. However, when Treecko kept coming back for more, Makuhita evolved into Hariyama. With the massive power boost it gained by evolving, Hariyama finished Treecko off easily with a powerful Knock Off, thus defeating Ash.

It again appeared in A Meditite Fight where it helped Ash and the others to escape from a violent storm.

Ash had his rematch against Brawly in Just One of the Geysers. Hariyama was able to defeat Corphish and almost defeated Treecko. But thanks to Ash's strategy, Treecko was able to defeat Hariyama after a fierce battle, earning Ash the Knuckle Badge.

Moves used

Brawly Hariyama Knock Off.png
Using Knock Off
Move First Used In
Vital Throw Brave the Wave
Arm Thrust Brave the Wave
Seismic Toss Brave the Wave
Knock Off Brave the Wave
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Makuhita — and in rematches, Hariyama — is Brawly's main Pokémon in the games. It has appeared in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, all the games Brawly himself has appeared in.

Gym battle

Makuhita is Brawly's highest leveled Pokémon in the Gym battle against him. His moveset differs between Ruby and Sapphire, and Emerald.

Ruby and Sapphire

Spr 3r 296.png
Types:
Fighting Unknown
Ability:
Guts
Held item:
None
Makuhita Lv.18
Bulk Up
Fighting
Knock Off
Dark
Arm Thrust
Fighting
Sand-Attack
Ground

Emerald

Spr 3e 296.png
Types:
Fighting Unknown
Ability:
Guts
Held item:
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Sitrus Berry
Makuhita Lv.19
Bulk Up
Fighting
Vital Throw
Fighting
Arm Thrust
Fighting
Reversal
Fighting

Rematches (Emerald)

In rematches in Emerald, Makuhita is shown to have evolved into Hariyama. Throughout all rematches, his moveset and held item remains the same. In the first rematch, he is level 37, with his level increasing by five until the fourth rematch, after which he remains level 52.


Spr 3e 297.png
Types:
Fighting Unknown
Ability:
Guts
Held item:
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Sitrus Berry
Hariyama Lv.52*
Fake Out
Normal
Belly Drum
Normal
Focus Punch
Fighting
Earthquake
Ground

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

As a Makuhita
Hariyama in Pokémon Adventures

Hariyama, as Makuhita, was the second Pokémon sent out in Brawly's Gym battle with Sapphire in VS. Makuhita. While Toro, now newly evolved into a Combusken, easily defeated his Machop, forcing him to recall it, Hariyama, even as Makuhita, gave Sapphire's new Lairon, Rono, a hard time, this time forcing the challenger to withdraw, as her Pokémon, even evolved, now stood no chance. Toro is then forced to switch out to take over for its teammate, but even with its strong Flamethrower attack, it had no means of getting past the rotund fighter's Thick Fat ability, and is easily thrown aside. Things would only get worse when Makuhita uses his stored energy to then evolve into Hariyama, but after a close call, Combusken's Double Kick scores a win, earning Sapphire her second badge fair and square.

Much later, in VS. Kyogre & Groudon XII, Hariyama defeats Mack and his two illusion-producing Slugma using the tactics Brawly learned from his old friend Bruno, but doing so both he and his Trainer spent enough of their vitality that they fainted, and Mack got away.

Moves used

Brawly Hariyama SmellingSalt Adventures.png
Using SmellingSalt
Move First Used In
Counter VS. Makuhita
SmellingSalt VS. Kyogre & Groudon VIII
Fake Out VS. Kyogre & Groudon IX
Knock Off VS. Kyogre & Groudon IX
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Makuhita and Hariyama.

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