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Welcome to the CharacterDex Portal!
Portals serve as an introduction to different sections of Bulbapedia. This portal is an introduction to the characters section as well as its project.
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Game characters play an important part in the games. They play the parts of heroes and villains and many other roles

There's plenty to see in the game characters category, and plenty of articles that could be expanded. More ways you can help with Project CharacterDex can be found in the "Getting Involved" box to the right.

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There are a number of ways you can work to improve Project CharacterDex. You can try to expand our character-related stubs, which is the biggest task facing Project CharacterDex. If you not, you could go through the List of game characters and see if you can fix any of the stubs. Finally, the box below lists articles related to game characters that have yet to be created, if any; starting them would be much appreciated. If you have questions, you can get in touch with one of the leaders of Project CharacterDex, Clarky13 or PsychicRider.

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Jasmine (Japanese: ミカン Mikan) is the Gym Leader of Olivine City's Gym, known officially as the Olivine Gym in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Her specialty is Steel-type Pokémon, and she gives the Mineral Badge to Trainers who defeat her in battle. She also appears in Sinnoh to give Trainers HM07 (Waterfall) and to compete in Sinnoh's Super Contests. Jasmine also appears in the anime episodes Fight for the Light, Nerves of Steelix and Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port!, as well as appearing in the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter of the Pokémon Adventures manga.

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Blue Eyes (Japanese: ブルーアイ Blue Eye) is one of the three Pokémon Pinchers admins. She appears in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

Blue Eyes is first found on top of the Wireless Tower, where Raikou destroys the communication device that connects Oblivia to the Ranger Union. She is next found in the Old Mansion, to find a book about the history of Oblivia, where she uses a Meganium. After the player captures her Meganium, Ukulele Pichu will then paralyze her, so the player will be able to take her hostage. She is then escorted by the player through the Daybreak Ruins to be traded with the player's partner by Red Eyes. At the end of the ruins, the player faces Entei and she is traded for the Ranger's partner. She is then found in the Submarine, where she uses a Feraligatr. After she is beaten, Purple Eyes exiles her from the position of leader due to her capture and multiple failures and in her anger, she initiates "Plan Z", resulting in the Submarine crashing into the seafloor. Then, on the way out, the player saves her by pulling a box off her. Also, after she is booted out of the Pokémon Pinchers, she spills everything she knows about Red Eyes's plan on Faldera Volcano to the player.

After capturing 300 kinds of Pokémon, two grunts under Blue Eyes' leadership go to Rand's house looking for help. They plead that the player save Blue Eyes after she was trapped underwater by a large boulder during a mission. Once she is retrieved, the Player is then pursued by an aggravated Pokémon. Blue Eyes, thinking the Pokémon is after her, flees. Once aboard The Union, the Pokémon that has been following the player emerges and turns out to be Lugia. After Lugia is calmed down, Blue Eyes explains that she was after a piece of treasure she thinks might have belonged to Lugia, which turned out to only a fake of the real Rainbow Grail. Prof. Hastings then explains that it was more likely the pollution making Lugia mad than the Pinchers, much to Blue Eyes' relief and understanding that she hadn't caused its rage.

Some grunts further explain that they were the ones after the treasure and Blue Eyes came to save them. Blue Eyes, unable to swallow her pride, denies the grunts' story, and the platoon is invited on board The Union to watch the sunset. It is then that she and several other people witness the player complete his/her browser.

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