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Tyranitar War/VS. Tyranitar
VS バンギラス
VS Bangiras
Chapter Gold, Silver & Crystal
Collected in Vol. 9
Round number 111
Location Ecruteak City
Viridian City
Lake of Rage
Previous Round Piloswine Whine
Next Round Raise the Red Gyarados

Tyranitar War or VS. Tyranitar (Japanese: VS バンギラス VS Bangiras) is the 111th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.


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Gold and Silver begin their battle. After a heated match, and an excellent display of their Pokémon's moves, Silver's Pokégear pipes up, with a voice telling him to head to the Lake of Rage because of suspected activity. Silver announces that he must end the battle quickly in order to leave for the Lake of Rage, and sends out a Tyranitar. It appears that its Sandstorm has ended the battle, however it is revealed that Togebo had buried its head into Tyranitar, using Double-Edge. Tyranitar falls as a result of the powerful attack, which surprises Silver. Gold looks around at his exhausted Pokémon and announces that Silver has won the battle, but that he would win the next time, and tosses Silver his Pokégear. Silver warns Gold to stay out of his way and turns to leave. However, he stops, and decides to tell Gold about Ho-Oh. He tells him that the disaster in Ecruteak City was a result of Team Rocket attempting to "call upon the Ho-Oh". Silver says that they were testing to see if attacking the Tin Tower would force Ho-Oh to return to its nest. Silver then reveals that his purpose is to wipe Team Rocket out, by any means necessary, explaining why he stole Totodile. He leaves with Croconaw and Sneasel. Gold watches him leave, and decides that Silver shouldn't be fighting Team Rocket alone, and runs after Silver, calling out to him that he is coming with him.

Meanwhile, in Viridian City, Wilton appears, musing about how long it has been since he had last been in Viridian, and wonders how "they're" doing. He proceeds to ring the doorbell on a house. When the person asks who it is, he answers by saying that he was the one who taught her how to fish, and he asks about the Doduo he left. The door flies open to reveal Yellow who cries "Uncle!". Yellow then tells her uncle that after the "disaster that happened a year ago", she was busy with the reconstruction of Kanto. It's then where a small Pikachu with a flower in its ear wanders to the doorway. Yellow proclaims that its name is Chuchu, and that she found it sometime ago injured in the forest. Yellow then asks why her uncle is here, and he responds by telling her that he needs her help, and asks her if she would come to Johto with him. He explains that he has got some new leads on the whereabouts of the giant bird that Yellow fought a year ago on Cerise Island, and that he needs her help with facing something as powerful as it. Yellow reasons with her uncle, saying that she was only successful in the battle with the help of everyone else, and proclaims that she will go and find Red, in hopes that he will help them.

Yellow wanders through the forest and eventually locates Red, who is training. She is amazed at his Venusaur, but appears horrified when Red recalls it, but misses the Poké Ball when it rebounds back to him. Daisy Oak then appears, concerned on whether Red had fully recovered from a year ago or not. Red admits that they are still weak, but they had recently gotten better.

The scene returns to Silver at the Lake of Rage, announcing that his mission has begun. Gold wanders around, disappointed that he has lost track of Silver. He sighs and decides to take a break. However, a Tyranitar appears, and attacks Gold. He tries to fight back, but Tyranitar overpowers Aibo. Gold locates Silver, and yells at him, asking him if he thinks the battle is getting out of hand. Silver then reveals that Tyranitar's level is too high, and as a result, he doesn't have the power to control it.

Major events

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