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|desc=Dol's {{p|Bouffalant}} was first used in a battle alongside {{p|Swoobat}} against [[Monta's Snivy]] and {{p|Boldore}}. Snivy hits Bouffalant with a {{m|Leaf Tornado}}. However, Bouffalant did not take any damage due to its Sap Sipper Ability. Bouffalant uses Horn Attack on Snivy fainting it. Bouffalant then hits Boldore with a powerful attack fainting it.
 
|desc=Dol's {{p|Bouffalant}} was first used in a battle alongside {{p|Swoobat}} against [[Monta's Snivy]] and {{p|Boldore}}. Snivy hits Bouffalant with a {{m|Leaf Tornado}}. However, Bouffalant did not take any damage due to its Sap Sipper Ability. Bouffalant uses Horn Attack on Snivy fainting it. Bouffalant then hits Boldore with a powerful attack fainting it.
   
In a rematch against Monta, Bouffalant starts off with an Head Charge, which hits Snivy but is unaffected by Snivy using {{m|Protect}}. It then uses Megahorn on Boldore, in which Boldore retaliates with {{m|Earthquake}}. It is eventually finished off by Boldore's {{m|Stone Edge}}.
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In a rematch against Monta, Bouffalant starts off with an Head Charge, which hits Snivy but is unaffected by Snivy using {{m|Protect}}. It then uses Megahorn on Boldore, in which Boldore retaliates with {{m|Bulldoze}}. It is eventually finished off by Boldore's {{m|Stone Edge}}.
   
 
Bouffalant's known moves are {{m|Horn Attack}}, {{m|Head Charge}} and {{m|Megahorn}}, and its Ability is {{a|Sap Sipper}}.}}
 
Bouffalant's known moves are {{m|Horn Attack}}, {{m|Head Charge}} and {{m|Megahorn}}, and its Ability is {{a|Sap Sipper}}.}}
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|desc=Dol's {{p|Swoobat}} was first used in a battle alongside {{p|Bouffalant}} against [[Monta's Snivy]] and {{p|Boldore}}. After Snivy faints, Monta decides for Boldore to use a {{type|Rock}} move on Swoobat because it would be super effective, but Swoobat uses Fly to evade it and Bouffalant hits Boldore with a powerful attack knocking it out.
 
|desc=Dol's {{p|Swoobat}} was first used in a battle alongside {{p|Bouffalant}} against [[Monta's Snivy]] and {{p|Boldore}}. After Snivy faints, Monta decides for Boldore to use a {{type|Rock}} move on Swoobat because it would be super effective, but Swoobat uses Fly to evade it and Bouffalant hits Boldore with a powerful attack knocking it out.
   
In the rematch against Monta, it uses Fly once again to get out of reach of Boldore but is shot down by Boldore's {{m|Smack Down}}. It goes in for a Heart Stamp which Boldore is able to withstand with its held item. It is then hurt slightly by Boldore's {{m|Earthquake}} and taken out by Snivy's {{m|Slam}} as Snivy survived Boldore's Earthquake using the Air Balloon.
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In the rematch against Monta, it uses Fly once again to get out of reach of Boldore but is shot down by Boldore's {{m|Smack Down}}. It goes in for a Heart Stamp which Boldore is able to withstand with its held item. It is then hurt slightly by Boldore's {{m|Bulldoze}} and taken out by Snivy's {{m|Slam}} as Snivy survived Boldore's Bulldoze attack using the Air Balloon.
   
 
Swoobat's known moves are {{m|Fly}} and {{m|Heart Stamp}}.}}
 
Swoobat's known moves are {{m|Fly}} and {{m|Heart Stamp}}.}}

Revision as of 21:06, 23 March 2013

Rich Boy
おぼっちゃま High-class Child
Roman.png
Roman, a Rich Boy from the anime
Other names
Introduced in Generation III
Appears in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver
Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Colosseum
Gender Male only
Female Counterpart Lady
Notable members Roman
Anime debut A Full Course Tag Battle!
TCG debut [[ (TCG)|]]
TCG card {{{card}}}
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

A Rich Boy (Japanese: おぼっちゃま High-class Child) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation III games. They are depicted as boys dressed in elaborate and fancy clothing.

They generally use weak Pokémon but give out a lot of money as a reward. Many of their Pokémon also carry Nuggets or other valuable items. They use Full Restores when they heal their Pokémon.

Their female counterpart is a Lady.

Appearance

Spr RS Rich Boy.png Colo Rich Boy.pngColo Rich Boy 2.png Spr DP Rich Boy.png Spr BW Rich Boy.png Spr B2W2 Rich Boy.png
Image from
Ruby, Sapphire,
and Emerald
Images from
Colosseum
Image from
Generation IV
Images from
Black and White
Images from
Black 2 and White 2
Rich Boy IV OD.png File:Rich Boy OD.png
Overworld sprite from Generation IV Overworld sprite from Generation V

Trainer list

Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire


Pokémon Emerald


Pokémon Diamond/Pearl


Pokémon Platinum


Pokémon Black/White


Pokémon Black 2/White 2


Pokémon Colosseum


In the anime

In A Full Course Tag Battle!, Roman is based on the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl sprite for a Rich Boy, just as Kylie is based on the Lady Trainer class.

In the manga

Dol, a Rich Boy

In the Be a Master!! Pokémon BW manga

A Rich Boy by the name of Dol (Japanese: ドル Dol) appears in the Be a Master!! Pokémon BW manga.

Monta meets him on the Battle Subway and asks him for a battle. He sends out his powerful Bouffalant and Swoobat. Monta was no match for him and with some sneaky moves, Dol easily defeated Monta. Several days later Monta asks him for a rematch which he accepts. Thinking the outcome will be the same, Monta edges on but with Monta's new moves and held items, Dol is defeated.

Pokémon

Dol's Bouffalant
Bouffalant
Dol's Bouffalant was first used in a battle alongside Swoobat against Monta's Snivy and Boldore. Snivy hits Bouffalant with a Leaf Tornado. However, Bouffalant did not take any damage due to its Sap Sipper Ability. Bouffalant uses Horn Attack on Snivy fainting it. Bouffalant then hits Boldore with a powerful attack fainting it.

In a rematch against Monta, Bouffalant starts off with an Head Charge, which hits Snivy but is unaffected by Snivy using Protect. It then uses Megahorn on Boldore, in which Boldore retaliates with Bulldoze. It is eventually finished off by Boldore's Stone Edge.

Bouffalant's known moves are Horn Attack, Head Charge and Megahorn, and its Ability is Sap Sipper.

Debut PBW4
Dol's Swoobat
Swoobat
Dol's Swoobat was first used in a battle alongside Bouffalant against Monta's Snivy and Boldore. After Snivy faints, Monta decides for Boldore to use a Rock-type move on Swoobat because it would be super effective, but Swoobat uses Fly to evade it and Bouffalant hits Boldore with a powerful attack knocking it out.

In the rematch against Monta, it uses Fly once again to get out of reach of Boldore but is shot down by Boldore's Smack Down. It goes in for a Heart Stamp which Boldore is able to withstand with its held item. It is then hurt slightly by Boldore's Bulldoze and taken out by Snivy's Slam as Snivy survived Boldore's Bulldoze attack using the Air Balloon.

Swoobat's known moves are Fly and Heart Stamp.

Debut PBW4

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 富家少爺 Fùjiā Shàoyé
France Flag.png French Richard
Germany Flag.png German Schnösel
Italy Flag.png Italian Elegantone
Spain Flag.png Spanish Niño bien



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