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Pokémon Adventures volume 14

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Volume 13
Pokémon Adventures
Volume 15
Pokémon Adventures volume 14
Pokémon Adventures VIZ volume 14.png
Rounds included PS167 - PS179
Manga series Pokémon Adventures

Volume 14 is the fourteenth volume of the Pokémon Adventures manga and seventh volume 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 January 28, 2003 ISBN 4091497144
First Edition by VIZ Media First
United States VIZ Media August 2, 2011 ISBN 1421535483
First Edition by Chuang Yi First
Singapore Chuang Yi July 2004 ISBN 9812600140
First Edition by Daewon C.I. First
South Korea Daewon C.I. Unknown ISBN ????


Major Events

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VIZ edition only

  • Celebi is captured in a GS Ball by Pryce.
  • The Johto Pokédex holders go back in time to catch Pryce.
  • Pryce and Gold get stuck in time, but only Gold manages to escape.
  • The Pokédex holders (that did not know already) learn that Yellow is a girl.
  • Gold is no longer frozen in time.
  • Kanto Gym Leaders are recognized to have beaten Johto Gym Leaders in the tournament.
  • The Pokémon League is suspended from the damaged state that the entire fiasco left it in.

Party changes




  • At the end of the volume, each Pokédex holder is shown with a summary of each of their Pokémon, illustrated with game sprites. For Red and Blue's Pokémon, their Generation I Pokémon are represented by sprites from Pokémon Red and Green. These sprites are also shown in the VIZ Media and Chuang Yi translations, despite that Red and Green were not released in those regions.


The VIZ Media release of this volume also includes the first round from Volume 15. This is because Round 180 is the final round of the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter and VIZ Media took a year and a half break before publishing the Ruby & Sapphire chapter. A similar split was done with Volume 42 and Volume 43, where the last few rounds of the HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter were moved from the beginning of Volume 43 to the end of Volume 42.

Pokémon is not the first series to have manga story arcs redistributed this way in VIZ Media's history. For example, two chapters were moved out of Volume 17 of Dragon Ball in order to localize it as the first volume of Dragon Ball Z.

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