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Rock Club

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The Rock Club (Japanese: ストーンクラブ Stone Club) is a group of Trainers who use Rock-type Pokémon in Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is led by Gene.

It is likely that the Rock Club was created due to the fact that, at the time of the game's release, there were only seven TCG types— one short of the eight that were needed for a game that was like the core series Pokémon games, and, due to the additional double usage of the Grass-type by both the Grass Club and Science Club, the hesitance to use Colorless as a club type.

Gene can be challenged without having to meet a criterion set by the Club members or the Club Master himself, which is usually the standard practice among the other Clubs. Players who are able to beat Gene will receive the Rock Medal and two booster packs.

Members and Decks

Icon
Name Deck
TCG1 RockMedal.png TCG1 Gene.png Club Master Gene Rock Crusher Deck
TCG1 Ryan.png Club Member Ryan Excavation Deck
TCG1 Andrew.png Club Member Andrew Blistering Pokémon Deck
TCG1 Matthew.png Club Member Matthew Hard Pokémon Deck


TCG Islands
Grass Medal Science Medal Fire Medal Water Medal Lightning Medal Psychic Medal Rock Medal Fighting Medal
TCG Island
Clubs
Fighting ClubFire ClubGrass ClubLightning Club
Psychic ClubRock ClubScience ClubWater Club
Other locations
AirportChallenge HallMason LaboratoryMr. Ishihara's HousePokémon Dome
GR Island
GR Bases
GR Grass FortGR Lightning FortGR Fire FortGR Water Fort
GR Fighting FortGR Psychic StrongholdColorless AltarGR Castle
Other locations
AirportChallenge HallGame CenterMr. Ishihara's VillaSealed Fort

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