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Pokémon Adventures volume 10

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Volume 9
Pokémon Adventures
Volume 11
Pokémon Adventures volume 10
Pokémon Adventures VIZ volume 10.png
Rounds included PS117 - PS129
Manga series Pokémon Adventures

Volume 10 is the tenth volume of the Pokémon Adventures manga and the third of eight volumes in the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter. It is authored by 日下秀憲 Hidenori Kusaka and illustrated by 山本サトシ Satoshi Yamamoto.


Edition Country Company Date ISBN
First Edition by Shogakukan First
Japan Shogakukan August 8, 2001 ISBN 4091493408
First Edition by VIZ Media First
US/Canada VIZ Media December 7, 2010 ISBN 1421530635
First Edition by Chuang Yi First
Singapore Chuang Yi November 2003 ISBN 9812415467
First Edition by Daewon C.I. First
South Korea Daewon C.I. Unknown ISBN ????


Important events

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Party changes


Character summary

This is Crystal's Pokédex information and party at the end of this volume.

Crystal's Pokédex

  • Gym Badges: 0
  • Pokémon seen: 143
  • Pokémon owned: 142


  • Satoshi Yamamoto takes over as the artist for Pokémon Adventures in this volume.


VIZ Media translation

  • In one panel Crys's Megaree is mistakenly referred to as "Mega", which is ironically its Chuang Yi nickname.
  • On page 65, Crystal called Fast Balls "Speed Balls", their Japanese name. (Ironically Chuang Yi's translation also made exactly the same error)
  • On page 153 Crys mistakenly refers to an "Electric Attack" as a "Shock Attack".

Chuang Yi translation

  • Chuang Yi's translation also makes the mistake of calling Fast Balls "Speed Balls", their Japanese name.

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