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Azure

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This article is about the character of the day. For the key item, see Azure Flute.
Azure

Azure (Japanese: アツキ Atsuki) is one of the characters of the day in Beating the Bustle and Hustle!. He is part of a crime duo with Crimson.

Azure and Crimson both became contestants on the television program Sinnoh Pokémon Hustle, which was a fake set up by Team Rocket, in hopes of stealing Pokémon. Officer Jenny had been tracking the two for quite some time and disguised herself in order to follow them.

Azure showed off his acrobatic skills as he and Crimson were some of the few able to beat the challenges in the game show. He and Crimson eventually came across the box that Team Rocket had been keeping all the Poké Balls that they took from the other contestants and decided to help themselves to it. Team Rocket mistook Azure and Crimson as members of their team sent by Giovanni and helped them escape from Officer Jenny.

Azure and Crimson eventually revealed that they were not members of Team Rocket. A battle then ensued between the two crime teams. Azure used his Drowzee in a Tag Battle with Crimson and her Zangoose. Both easily defeated Meowth and Jessie's Yanmega but eventually fell to Officer Jenny's Growlithe. Both Azure and Crimson were then arrested by Officer Jenny and taken to jail.

Pokémon

Azure's Drowzee
Drowzee
Azure's only known Pokémon is a Drowzee, which proved to be quite powerful. It was able to easily send Team Rocket blasting off, and was able to hold its own against Officer Jenny and her Growlithe but was eventually defeated.

Drowzee's known moves are Psybeam, Zen Headbutt, Shadow Ball and Drain Punch.

Debut Beating the Bustle and Hustle!
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Tom Wayland

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 吉野裕行 Hiroyuki Yoshino
English Parker Anderson
Czech Vojtěch Hájek
Norwegian Scott Maurstad
Polish Krzysztof Szczerbiński
European Spanish Jorge Saudinós


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