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(Funny thing about Todd. He's never actually given a name here. Heck, the official site calls him "reporter". So...I don't think using his name works here if he doesn't have one.)
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'''VS Sudowoodo''' (Japanese: '''VSウソッキー''' ''VS {{tt|Usokkie|Sudowoodo}}'') is the 303rd round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] {{pkmn|manga}}, and the first round of the {{chap|Emerald}}.
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'''VS Sudowoodo''' (Japanese: '''VSウソッキー''' ''VS {{tt|Usokkie|Sudowoodo}}'') is the 303rd round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] {{pkmn|manga}}, and the first round of the {{chap|Emerald}}.
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
The chapter starts with [[Pyramid King Brandon]] finding the [[legendary Golems]], who are still weak after the battle in [[Sootopolis City]] in the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}. He succeeds in catching all three of them, and then calls his boss, [[Scott]], to report. Scott, who is at the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} construction site, tells Brandon that {{FB|Salon Maiden|Anabel}} also caught {{p|Raikou}} in [[Johto]]. After they finish their conversation, Scott receives another phone call - this time from {{adv|Professor Oak|Professor Samuel Oak}} in [[Kanto]].
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The round opens up on some area, where [[Pyramid King Brandon]] finds the three legendary Pokémon, {{p|Regirock}}, {{p|Regice}}, and {{p|Registeel}}. He throws three Poké Balls, which successfully capture the three golems. Brandon calls his boss, [[Scott]], to report to him of his successful mission. Brandon expresses surprise that his boss was able to retrieve and fix the tablet, which had broken into pieces after the events of the battle between {{p|Kyogre}} and {{p|Groudon}}.
   
Two months later, {{p|Latias}} and {{p|Latios}} bring {{adv|Emerald}} to the now-finished {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}. Meanwhile, {{Todd}}, an excited reporter, has also arrived to the Battle Frontier along with many other members of the press. Todd gets rid of excess water he has by watering a nearby tree, when suddenly he sees something falling into a bush. He picks it up and finds that it's a {{DL|Trainer Card (game)|Frontier Pass}} carrying the name ''Emerald''. Emerald then jumps from above and tells Todd the pass is his, but as he step forward to take it back, his platform shoes break and he falls.
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Scott congratulates Brandon, and reveals that [[Salon Maiden Anabel|Anabel]] had captured {{p|Raikou}} in Johto and plans on using it in her battle facility. Scott hangs up the call to look at how the construction is going. As he gushes over how his dream of a Battle Frontier is nearing completion, he gets another call on his Pokégear. Scott answers the call, which turns out to be from {{adv|Professor Oak}}. Two months later, a {{p|Latios|blue-colored Pokémon}} and a {{p|Latias|red-colored Pokémon}} drop someone off at the Battle Frontier.
   
Todd asks Emerald for an interview, and Emerald agrees. However, just as the reporter finishes asking the first question - "what do you like about Pokémon?" - an angry {{p|Sudowoodo}} picks Todd up. As it turns out, the tree Todd watered before was not a tree at all. Todd asks Emerald for help, and Emerald starts looking for his ammunition. When Todd yells at him to just take out his Pokémon and battle, Emerald explains that he doesn't have any Pokémon on him, and for that reason he can't answer Todd's interview question. Confused, Todd asks Emerald how come he's entering the Battle Frontier if he's not a [[Pokémon Trainer]], Emerald takes out a gun and answers that it's not the Pokémon that he likes - it's the [[Pokémon battle]]s. With that, Emerald aims his gun at Todd and Sudowoodo, and fires.
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Elsewhere, an excited [[Todd Snap|reporter]] awaits for the Battle Frontier's opening ceremony. As he waits, he decides to dump the remaining water he had in his bottle due to getting full from drinking it. Suddenly, something falls from the sky and lands in a bush. The reporter picks it up, and finds out that it's a Frontier Pass that belongs to someone named {{adv|Emerald}}. A person with a blond croissant-shaped hairstyle also falls from the sky and takes the Frontier Pass, as it belongs to him. As Emerald attempts to take it, he falls down, revealing that he wears platform shoes to make himself taller.
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The reporter decides to interview Emerald and begins asking him questions. Before Emerald can answer, the tree that the reporter watered grabs him, revealing itself to be a wild {{p|Sudowoodo}}. The reporter asks Emerald for help, but the boy states that he doesn't have any Pokémon with him. The reporter gets confused, as he thought that Emerald is a Pokémon lover, which is why he came to the Battle Frontier. Suddenly, Emerald pulls out a gun and corrects the reporter by stating that he doesn't like Pokémon, and likes Pokémon battles. Emerald then begins firing on the two rapidly.
   
 
==Major Events==
 
==Major Events==
* {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}} catches {{TP|Brandon|the three legendary Golems|Regis}} that the [[Hoenn]] [[Elite Four]] previously used.
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* Two months before the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}'s opening, {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}} catches {{p|Regirock}}, {{p|Regice}}, and {{p|Registeel}}.
* {{adv|Emerald}} and [[Todd Snap]] arrive at the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}.
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* [[Scott]] gets a mysterious call from {{adv|Professor Oak}}.
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* A [[Todd Snap|reporter]] arrives at the Battle Frontier.
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* {{adv|Emerald}} arrives at the Battle Frontier.
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* A wild {{p|Sudowoodo}} attacks the reporter.
   
 
==Debuts==
 
==Debuts==
 
* [[Pyramid King Brandon]]
 
* [[Pyramid King Brandon]]
 
* {{Adv|Emerald}}
 
* {{Adv|Emerald}}
* [[Todd Snap]]
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* [[Todd Snap|Reporter]]
   
 
===Pokémon debuts===
 
===Pokémon debuts===
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* [[Scott]]
 
* [[Scott]]
 
* {{Adv|Emerald}}
 
* {{Adv|Emerald}}
* [[Todd Snap]]
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* [[Todd Snap|Reporter]]
   
 
===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
* {{p|Regirock}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; new)
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* {{p|Regirock}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; newly captured)
* {{p|Regice}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; new)
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* {{p|Regice}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; newly captured)
* {{p|Registeel}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; new)
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* {{p|Registeel}} ({{OP|Brandon|Regis}}; newly captured)
 
* {{p|Latias}}
 
* {{p|Latias}}
 
* {{p|Latios}}
 
* {{p|Latios}}
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
===Errors===
 
   
 
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Revision as of 11:12, 2 March 2013

VS Sudowoodo
PS303.png
VSウソッキー
VS Usokkie
Info
Chapter Emerald
Collected in Vol. 26
Round number 303
Other
Location Battle Frontier
Rounds
Previous Round The Holders' Bond
Next Round VS Swalot

VS Sudowoodo (Japanese: VSウソッキー VS Usokkie) is the 303rd round of the Pokémon Adventures manga, and the first round of the Emerald chapter.

Synopsis

The round opens up on some area, where Pyramid King Brandon finds the three legendary Pokémon, Regirock, Regice, and Registeel. He throws three Poké Balls, which successfully capture the three golems. Brandon calls his boss, Scott, to report to him of his successful mission. Brandon expresses surprise that his boss was able to retrieve and fix the tablet, which had broken into pieces after the events of the battle between Kyogre and Groudon.

Scott congratulates Brandon, and reveals that Anabel had captured Raikou in Johto and plans on using it in her battle facility. Scott hangs up the call to look at how the construction is going. As he gushes over how his dream of a Battle Frontier is nearing completion, he gets another call on his Pokégear. Scott answers the call, which turns out to be from Professor Oak. Two months later, a blue-colored Pokémon and a red-colored Pokémon drop someone off at the Battle Frontier.

Elsewhere, an excited reporter awaits for the Battle Frontier's opening ceremony. As he waits, he decides to dump the remaining water he had in his bottle due to getting full from drinking it. Suddenly, something falls from the sky and lands in a bush. The reporter picks it up, and finds out that it's a Frontier Pass that belongs to someone named Emerald. A person with a blond croissant-shaped hairstyle also falls from the sky and takes the Frontier Pass, as it belongs to him. As Emerald attempts to take it, he falls down, revealing that he wears platform shoes to make himself taller.

The reporter decides to interview Emerald and begins asking him questions. Before Emerald can answer, the tree that the reporter watered grabs him, revealing itself to be a wild Sudowoodo. The reporter asks Emerald for help, but the boy states that he doesn't have any Pokémon with him. The reporter gets confused, as he thought that Emerald is a Pokémon lover, which is why he came to the Battle Frontier. Suddenly, Emerald pulls out a gun and corrects the reporter by stating that he doesn't like Pokémon, and likes Pokémon battles. Emerald then begins firing on the two rapidly.

Major Events

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Trivia

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