Beauty (Trainer class)

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This article is about the trainer class. For the condition, see Beauty Contest.

A Beauty (Japanese: おとなのおねえさん Grown-up Lady) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation I games. They are generally depicted as attractive and vain young women, who usually care a great deal about their appearance. They raise a variety of Pokémon, mainly those that implement beauty (Glameow), small cute ones (Furret) and pretty pink ones (Corsola), and also pay out a lot of money when they are defeated. On the Generation II games, the player can mainly find them in the Goldenrod gym.

Mew Glitch

Using the third method of the Mew Glitch, the player can battle Beauty with a Pokémon with a Special stat of 218. All of her Pokémon will be level 30.

A Beauty from XD


Beauty Sprites
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  • In the Japanese versions of the Generation II games, she is wearing short shorts and she is winking at the player. This was changed in the International versions.
  • In Generation I, female swimmers used Beauty sprites while in a battle.


Beauty Artwork
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In other languages

  • French: Canon
  • German: Schönheit
  • Italian: Bellezza
  • Korean: 아가씨 (Agassi)
  • Spanish: Bella, Modelo (IV)

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