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|sloganline=The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!
 
|sloganline=The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!
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|image=Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Brock.png
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|caption=Art from {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}
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|caption=Art from [[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!|Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]
 
|gender=Male
 
|gender=Male
 
|colors=yes
 
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|hometown=[[Pewter City]]
 
|hometown=[[Pewter City]]
 
|region=[[Kanto]]
 
|region=[[Kanto]]
|relatives={{ka|Flint}} (father), [[Lola]] (mother), [[Forrest]] (brother), {{Brocksib|8 other siblings}} (all anime only)
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|relatives={{ka|Flint}} (father), [[Lola]] (mother), [[Forrest]] (younger brother), {{Brocksib|8 other siblings}} (all anime only)
 
|trainer=yes
 
|trainer=yes
|trainerclass=[[Gym Leader]]{{sup/1|RBY}}{{sup/3|FRLG}}{{sup/2|GSC}}{{sup/4|HGSS}}<br>{{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}{{tt|*|anime only}}<br>[[Pokémon Trainer]]{{sup/5|B2W2}}|
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|trainerclass=[[Gym Leader]]{{sup/1|RBY}}{{sup/3|FRLG}}{{sup/2|GSC}}{{sup/4|HGSS}}{{sup/7|PE}}<br>{{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}{{tt|*|anime only}}<br>{{tc|Doctor}}{{tt|*|anime only}}<br>[[Pokémon Trainer]]{{sup/5|B2W2}}|
 
|game=yes
 
|game=yes
|generation={{Gen|I}}, {{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|III}}, {{Gen|IV}}, {{Gen|V}}
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|generation={{Gen|I}}, {{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|III}}, {{Gen|IV}}, {{Gen|V}}, {{gen|VII}}
|games={{game3|Red and Blue|Red, Blue|s}}, {{v2|Yellow}}, {{game3|Gold and Silver|Gold, Silver|s}}, {{v2|Crystal}}, {{game3|FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed, LeafGreen|s}}, {{game3|HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold, SoulSilver|s}}, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Black 2, White 2]], [[Pokémon Stadium (English)|Stadium]], {{pkmn|Stadium 2}}
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|games={{3v2|Red|Blue|Yellow}}<br>{{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}<br>{{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}<br>{{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}<br>{{2v2|Black|White|2}}<br>[[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!|Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]<br>{{eng|Pokémon Stadium|Stadium}}, {{pkmn|Stadium 2}}, {{pkmn|Masters}}
 
|leader=yes
 
|leader=yes
 
|gym=Pewter Gym
 
|gym=Pewter Gym
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|pvname=Pokémon Origins
 
|pvname=Pokémon Origins
 
|envagame=Johnny Yong Bosch
 
|envagame=Johnny Yong Bosch
|javagame=Tomokazu Sugita
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|javagame=Tomokazu Sugita <small>({{pkmn|Origins}})</small><br>Kōsuke Toriumi <small>({{pkmn|Masters Animated Trailer}})</small>
 
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'''Brock''' (Japanese: '''タケシ''' ''Takeshi'') is the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Pewter City]]'s [[Gym]], known officially as the [[Pewter Gym]]. He hands out the {{Badge|Boulder}} to {{pkmn|Trainer}}s who defeat him in battle. He specializes in training {{type|Rock}} Pokémon.
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'''Brock''' (Japanese: '''タケシ''' ''Takeshi'') is the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Pewter City]]'s [[Gym]], known officially as the [[Pewter Gym]]. He gives the {{Badge|Boulder}} to {{pkmn|Trainer}}s who defeat him in {{pkmn|battle}}. He [[Type expert|specializes]] in {{type|Rock}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}.
   
 
==In the games==
 
==In the games==
Brock's title is "The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer." Brock is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this.
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Brock appears in {{game5|Red|Blue|Yellow|FireRed|LeafGreen}} as the [[Gym Leader]] of the [[Pewter Gym]], which is the first [[Gym]] that the {{player}} challenges on their {{pkmn|journey}}. He is one of the few truly serious professional [[Pokémon Trainer]]s in the [[Pewter City]] area, and many people respect and admire him. He is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses {{type|Rock}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} to complement this. He rarely laughs or drops his serious demeanor, but when he does, he finds it hard to stop. In his free time, he likes to dig for [[Fossil]]s in [[Mt. Moon]]. In addition to the {{badge|Boulder}}, Brock gives out {{TM|34|Bide}} in Red, Blue, and Yellow, {{TM|39|Rock Tomb}} in FireRed and LeafGreen, and {{TM|01|Headbutt}} in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.
   
Brock is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon Trainers in the Pewter City area. He's tough, people respect him, and most admire him. Supposedly, it's hard to get him to laugh or drop his serious demeanor, but when he does, he can't stop.
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In Yellow, Brock mentions that he is training to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}, despite {{pkmn|breeding}} not being present in the game. This is a reference to the goals of his {{an|Brock|anime counterpart}}.
   
Brock likes to dig for [[Fossil]]s in [[Mt. Moon]], which is possibly how he ended up getting a {{p|Kabutops}} and {{p|Omastar}} in [[Generation II]] (in the Pokémon Adventures manga, he is stated to have found Kabutops as a {{p|Kabuto}} guarding the [[Pewter Museum of Science]]).
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Three years later, in {{game5|Gold|Silver|Crystal|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, Brock remains the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, which can be challenged at any point during the player's travels through [[Kanto]]. He is surprised to hear that the player is from the [[Johto]] [[region]], and happily accepts their challenge. While he doesn't give out a TM in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, he gives out {{TM|80|Rock Slide}} in HeartGold and SoulSilver.
   
In addition to the Boulder Badge, Brock gives out {{TM|34|Bide}} in [[Generation I]], no [[TM]] in [[Generation II]], {{TM|39|Rock Tomb}} in [[Generation III]], and {{TM|80|Rock Slide}} in [[Generation IV]]. In both Generations I and III, a Trainer will not allow anyone to pass onto {{rt|3|Kanto}} unless they have defeated Brock. Instead, when someone attempts to leave, he will lead them all the way back to the [[Pewter Gym]].
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In HeartGold and SoulSilver, after all 16 [[Badge]]s have been obtained, Brock can be found in [[Diglett's Cave]] near Pewter City on any day between noon and 3 PM, and will offer his [[Pokégear]] number if spoken to. If he is called on [[Days of the week|Saturday]] [[Time|night]]s, he will be up for a [[rematch]] at the [[Fighting Dojo]] in [[Saffron City]]. After his Pokégear number has been obtained, he will reappear in Diglett's Cave every day between 5 PM and 8 PM, and the player can have a [[photography|photograph]] taken with him there. If he is spoken to in Diglett's Cave on a Saturday, he will offer to [[trade]] a {{p|Rhyhorn}} that knows {{m|Thunder Fang}} for a {{p|Bonsly}}.
   
In {{v|Yellow}}, he speaks directly to the player about his training to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} after he is defeated, despite {{pkmn|breeding}} not being present in the game. This is a reference to the goals of his {{an|Brock|anime counterpart}}.
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In {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}, Brock appears alongside the other Gym Leaders of [[Kanto]] as an opponent in the [[Kanto Leaders Tournament]] at the [[Pokémon World Tournament]]. He also participates alongside the Gym Leaders of Kanto, [[Johto]], [[Hoenn]], [[Sinnoh]] and [[Unova]] in the [[World Leaders Tournament]], and other Rock-type experts in the Rock [[Type Expert Tournament]].
   
In {{v|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, after he is defeated and all 16 badges have been obtained, he can be found in [[Diglett's Cave]] near Pewter City on any day between noon and 3 PM, and he will offer his Pokégear number if he is spoken to there. If he is called on Saturday nights, he will be up for a rematch at the [[Fighting Dojo]]. After his Pokégear number has been obtained, he will reappear in Diglett's Cave every day between 5 PM and 8 PM, and the player can have a [[photography|photograph]] taken with him there. If he is spoken to in Diglett's Cave on a Saturday, he will offer to [[List of in-game trades|trade]] a {{p|Rhyhorn}} that knows {{m|Thunder Fang}} for a {{p|Bonsly}}.
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In Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, it is revealed that he obsessed with girls.
   
 
===Fame Checker===
 
===Fame Checker===
 
This is a list of the [[Fame Checker]]'s information on Brock in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
 
This is a list of the [[Fame Checker]]'s information on Brock in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
;Pewter City - Sign
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;[[Pewter City]] - Sign
 
* What does this person do?
 
* What does this person do?
 
:"<sc>Pewter City Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Gym</sc>
 
:"<sc>Pewter City Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Gym</sc>
 
:<sc>Leader: Brock</sc>
 
:<sc>Leader: Brock</sc>
 
:The Rock-Solid <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Trainer</sc>!"
 
:The Rock-Solid <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Trainer</sc>!"
;Pewter Gym - Brock
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;[[Pewter Gym]] - Brock
 
* Favorite kind of <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>?
 
* Favorite kind of <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>?
 
:"My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>.
 
:"My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>.
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;Pewter City - Young Man
 
;Pewter City - Young Man
 
* What is this person like?
 
* What is this person like?
:"There aren’t many serious <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc> Trainers here.
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:"There aren't many serious <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc> Trainers here.
:They’re all like <sc>{{tc|Bug Catcher}}s</sc>, you know, just hobbyists.
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:They're all like <sc>{{tc|Bug Catcher}}s</sc>, you know, just hobbyists.
:But <sc>Pewter Gym</sc>’s <sc>Brock</sc> isn’t like that, not one bit."
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:But <sc>Pewter Gym</sc>'s <sc>Brock</sc> isn't like that, not one bit."
 
;{{rt|4|Kanto}} - Boy
 
;{{rt|4|Kanto}} - Boy
 
* What is this person like?
 
* What is this person like?
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;[[Mt. Moon]] - Man
 
;[[Mt. Moon]] - Man
 
* What does this person do?
 
* What does this person do?
:"Hi. I’m excavating for fossils here under <sc>Mt. Moon</sc>.
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:"Hi. I'm excavating for fossils here under <sc>Mt. Moon</sc>.
 
:Sometimes, <sc>Brock</sc> of <sc>Pewter Gym</sc> lends me a hand."
 
:Sometimes, <sc>Brock</sc> of <sc>Pewter Gym</sc> lends me a hand."
;[[Pewter Museum of Science|Pewter Museum]] - {{DL|Pokémon magazines|Pokémon Journal}}
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;[[Pewter Museum of Science|Pewter Museum]] - {{DL|Magazines in the Pokémon world|Pokémon Journal}}
 
* What is this person like?
 
* What is this person like?
 
:"<sc>Brock</sc> rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts."
 
:"<sc>Brock</sc> rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts."
 
;Message from <sc>Brock</sc>
 
;Message from <sc>Brock</sc>
 
* From: <sc>Brock</sc>
 
* From: <sc>Brock</sc>
* To: [Player]
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* To: <{{player}}>
 
:"In this big world of ours, there must be many tough <sc>Trainers</sc>.
 
:"In this big world of ours, there must be many tough <sc>Trainers</sc>.
 
:Let's both keep training and making ourselves stronger!"
 
:Let's both keep training and making ourselves stronger!"
   
 
===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
===={{game3|Red and Blue|Pokémon Red, Blue|s}}, and {{game3|Red and Green|Green|s}}====
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===={{game|Red and Blue|s}}====
 
{{Party/Single
 
{{Party/Single
 
|color={{rock color}}
 
|color={{rock color}}
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|game=RGB
 
|game=RGB
 
|location=Pewter Gym
 
|location=Pewter Gym
|pokemon=2
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|pokemon=2}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|ndex=074
 
|ndex=074
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|game=Y
 
|game=Y
 
|location=Pewter Gym
 
|location=Pewter Gym
|pokemon=2
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|pokemon=2}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|ndex=074
 
|ndex=074
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|game=GSC
 
|game=GSC
 
|location=Pewter Gym
 
|location=Pewter Gym
|pokemon=5
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|pokemon=5}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=075
 
|ndex=075
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|game=FRLG
 
|game=FRLG
 
|location=Pewter Gym
 
|location=Pewter Gym
|pokemon=2
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|pokemon=2}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|ndex=074
 
|ndex=074
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|move1=Tackle|move1type=Normal
 
|move1=Tackle|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Bind|move2type=Normal
 
|move2=Bind|move2type=Normal
|move3=Harden|move3type=Normal
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|move3=Rock Tomb|move3type=Rock}}
|move4=Rock Tomb|move4type=Rock}}
 
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
   
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|game=HGSS
 
|game=HGSS
 
|location=Pewter Gym
 
|location=Pewter Gym
|pokemon=5
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|pokemon=5}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|ndex=075
 
|ndex=075
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|game=HGSS
 
|game=HGSS
 
|location=Fighting Dojo
 
|location=Fighting Dojo
|pokemon=6
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|pokemon=6}}
}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|pokemon=Golem
 
|pokemon=Golem
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|move3=Endure|move3type=Normal|move3cat=Status
 
|move3=Endure|move3type=Normal|move3cat=Status
 
|move4=Giga Drain|move4type=Grass|move4cat=Special}}
 
|move4=Giga Drain|move4type=Grass|move4cat=Special}}
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|pokemon=Rampardos
 
|ndex=409
 
|level=57
 
|game=HeartGold
 
|gender=male
 
|type1=Rock
 
|ability=Mold Breaker
 
|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground|move1cat=Physical
 
|move2=Stone Edge|move2type=Rock|move2cat=Physical
 
|move3=Avalanche|move3type=Ice|move3cat=Physical
 
|move4=Rock Polish|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|{{Pokémon/4
 
|pokemon=Onix
 
|pokemon=Onix
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|move3=Rock Polish|move3type=Rock|move3cat=Status
 
|move3=Rock Polish|move3type=Rock|move3cat=Status
 
|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
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|{{Pokémon/4
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|pokemon=Rampardos
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|ndex=409
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|level=57
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|game=HeartGold
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|gender=male
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|type1=Rock
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|ability=Mold Breaker
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|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground|move1cat=Physical
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|move2=Stone Edge|move2type=Rock|move2cat=Physical
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|move3=Avalanche|move3type=Ice|move3cat=Physical
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|move4=Rock Polish|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
   
 
=====[[Trade]]d to the player=====
 
=====[[Trade]]d to the player=====
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{HeartGold color}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 3px solid #{{SoulSilver color}};"
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{heartgold color}}; border: 3px solid #{{soulsilver color}}"
 
|-
 
|-
! {{color2|{{HeartGold color dark}}|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Location}}
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! colspan="2" style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Player's Pokémon}}
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! colspan="2" style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Traded Pokémon}}
{| border="1" style="border: 1px solid #{{HeartGold color}}; border-collapse: collapse; background: white; margin:auto;" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2"
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|English}}<br/>{{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|nickname}}
|- style="background:#{{SoulSilver color light}};"
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Japanese}}<br/>{{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|nickname}}
! {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Location}}
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! colspan="2" style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Item}}
! colspan="2" | {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Player's Pokémon}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Ability}}
! colspan="2" | {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Traded Pokémon}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Nature}}
! {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|English}}<br>{{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|nickname}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|English}}<br/>{{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Original Trainer|OT}}
! {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Japanese}}<br>{{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|nickname}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Japanese}}<br/>{{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Original Trainer|OT}}
! colspan="2" | {{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Item}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}" | {{color2|{{soulsilver color dark}}|Trainer ID number|ID}}
! {{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Ability}}
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{tt|{{color|{{soulsilver color dark}}|IVs}}|HP/Attack/Defense/Sp. Atk/Sp. Def/Speed}}
! {{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Nature}}
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|-
! {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|English}}<br>{{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Original Trainer|OT}}
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybl|5px}}" | [[Diglett's Cave]]
! {{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Japanese}}<br>{{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Original Trainer|OT}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{MSP|438|Bonsly}}
! {{color2|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|Trainer ID number|ID}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Bonsly}}
! {{tt|{{color|{{SoulSilver color dark}}|IVs}}|HP/Attack/Defense/Sp. Atk/Sp. Def/Speed}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{MSP|111|Rhyhorn}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Rhyhorn}} {{female}}{{tt|*|Knows Thunder Fang}}
| [[Diglett's Cave]]
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| style="background:#fff" | Hornlette
| {{MSP|438|Bonsly}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{tt|つのこ|Tsunoko}}
| {{p|Bonsly}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{bag|Passho Berry}}
| {{MSP|111|Rhyhorn}}
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| style="background:#fff" | [[Passho Berry]]
| {{p|Rhyhorn}} {{female}}{{tt|*|Knows Thunder Fang}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{a|Lightning Rod|Lightningrod}}
| Hornlette
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| style="background:#fff" | Relaxed
| {{tt|つのこ|Tsunoko}}
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| style="background:#fff" | Brock {{male}}
| {{bag|Passho Berry}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{tt|タケシ|Takeshi}}
| [[Passho Berry]]
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| style="background:#fff" | 06845
| {{a|Lightning Rod|Lightningrod}}
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybr|5px}}" |22/31/13/22/9/0
| Relaxed
 
| Brock {{male}}
 
| {{tt|タケシ|Takeshi}}
 
| 06845
 
| 22/31/13/22/9/0
 
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|}
 
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|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
 
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=B2W2
 
 
|location=Pokémon World Tournament
 
|location=Pokémon World Tournament
|pokemon=6
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|game=B2W2
}}
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|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|game=Black
 
|game=Black
 
|ndex=095
 
|ndex=095
 
|pokemon=Onix
 
|pokemon=Onix
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|gender=both
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|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|held=Salac Berry
 
|held=Salac Berry
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|move1=Sand Tomb|move1type=Ground|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Sand Tomb|move1type=Ground|move1cat=Physical
 
|move2=Protect|move2type=Normal|move2cat=Status
 
|move2=Protect|move2type=Normal|move2cat=Status
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|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
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|game=Black
 
|ndex=076
 
|ndex=076
 
|pokemon=Golem
 
|pokemon=Golem
|game=Black
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|gender=both
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|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Dark Gem
 
|held=Dark Gem
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|move4=Iron Defense|move4type=Steel|move4cat=Status}}
 
|move4=Iron Defense|move4type=Steel|move4cat=Status}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
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|game=Black
 
|ndex=141
 
|ndex=141
 
|pokemon=Kabutops
 
|pokemon=Kabutops
|game=Black
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|gender=both
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|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Battle Armor
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Battle Armor
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Liechi Berry
 
|held=Liechi Berry
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
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|game=Black
 
|ndex=139
 
|ndex=139
 
|pokemon=Omastar
 
|pokemon=Omastar
|game=Black
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|gender=both
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|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Shell Armor
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Shell Armor
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Rindo Berry
 
|held=Rindo Berry
 
|move1=Hydro Pump|move1type=Water|move1cat=Special
 
|move1=Hydro Pump|move1type=Water|move1cat=Special
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|move4=Ice Beam|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Special}}
 
|move4=Ice Beam|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Special}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=142
 
|ndex=142
 
|pokemon=Aerodactyl
 
|pokemon=Aerodactyl
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Flying
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Flying
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Pressure
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Pressure
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Charti Berry
 
|held=Charti Berry
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|move4=Tailwind|move4type=Flying|move4cat=Status}}
 
|move4=Tailwind|move4type=Flying|move4cat=Status}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=369 m
 
|ndex=369 m
 
|pokemon=Relicanth
 
|pokemon=Relicanth
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Water|type2=Rock
 
|type1=Water|type2=Rock
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Rock Head
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Rock Head
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Rock Gem
 
|held=Rock Gem
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
 
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=B2W2
 
 
|location=Pokémon World Tournament
 
|location=Pokémon World Tournament
|pokemon=6
+
|game=B2W2
}}
+
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|game=Black
 
|game=Black
 
|ndex=095
 
|ndex=095
 
|pokemon=Onix
 
|pokemon=Onix
  +
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|held=Eviolite
 
|held=Eviolite
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground|move2cat=Physical
 
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground|move2cat=Physical
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|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
|move4=Sandstorm|move4type=Rock|move4cat=Status}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=076
 
|ndex=076
 
|pokemon=Golem
 
|pokemon=Golem
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Sturdy
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Lum Berry
 
|held=Lum Berry
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|move4=Sucker Punch|move4type=Dark|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|move4=Sucker Punch|move4type=Dark|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=141
 
|ndex=141
 
|pokemon=Kabutops
 
|pokemon=Kabutops
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Battle Armor
 
|ability=Swift Swim|ability2=Battle Armor
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Focus Sash
 
|held=Focus Sash
 
|move1=Waterfall|move1type=Water|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Waterfall|move1type=Water|move1cat=Physical
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{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=248
 
|ndex=248
 
|pokemon=Tyranitar
 
|pokemon=Tyranitar
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Dark
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Dark
 
|ability=Sand Stream
 
|ability=Sand Stream
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Chople Berry
 
|held=Chople Berry
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Stone Edge|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|move4=Ice Punch|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|move4=Ice Punch|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=142
 
|ndex=142
 
|pokemon=Aerodactyl
 
|pokemon=Aerodactyl
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Flying
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Flying
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Pressure
 
|ability=Rock Head|ability2=Pressure
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Choice Scarf
 
|held=Choice Scarf
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
 
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Physical
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|move4=Ice Fang|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|move4=Ice Fang|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|{{Pokémon/5
 
|{{Pokémon/5
  +
|game=Black
 
|ndex=464 m
 
|ndex=464 m
 
|pokemon=Rhyperior
 
|pokemon=Rhyperior
|game=Black
+
|gender=both
  +
|level=50
 
|type1=Ground|type2=Rock
 
|type1=Ground|type2=Rock
 
|ability=Lightningrod|ability2=Solid Rock
 
|ability=Lightningrod|ability2=Solid Rock
|level=50
 
|gender=both
 
 
|held=Expert Belt
 
|held=Expert Belt
 
|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground|move3cat=Physical
 
|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground|move3cat=Physical
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|move3=Megahorn|move3type=Bug|move2cat=Physical
 
|move3=Megahorn|move3type=Bug|move2cat=Physical
 
|move4=Avalanche|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|move4=Avalanche|move4type=Ice|move4cat=Physical}}
  +
{{Party/Footer}}
  +
  +
====[[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]====
  +
=====Gym battle=====
  +
{{Party/Single
  +
|color={{rock color}}
  +
|bordercolor={{rock color dark}}
  +
|headcolor={{rock color light}}
  +
|sprite=VSBrock PE.png
  +
|size=80px
  +
|prize={{PDollar}}1,920
  +
|class=Gym Leader
  +
|classlink=Gym Leader
  +
|name=Brock
  +
|game=PE
  +
|location=Pewter Gym
  +
|pokemon=2
  +
|style="margin:auto"}}|{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=074
  +
|pokemon=Geodude
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=11
  +
|move1=Tackle|move1type=Normal|move1cat=Physical}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=095
  +
|pokemon=Onix
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=12
  +
|move1=Headbutt|move1type=Normal|move1cat=Physical
  +
|move2=Bind|move2type=Normal|move2cat=Physical
  +
|move3=Rock Throw|move3type=Rock|move3cat=Physical}}
  +
{{Party/Footer}}
  +
  +
=====[[Rematch]]=====
  +
{{Party/Single
  +
|color={{rock color}}
  +
|bordercolor={{rock color dark}}
  +
|headcolor={{rock color light}}
  +
|sprite=VSBrock PE.png
  +
|size=80px
  +
|prize={{PDollar}}13,680
  +
|class=Gym Leader
  +
|classlink=Gym Leader
  +
|name=Brock
  +
|game=PE
  +
|location=Pewter Gym
  +
|pokemon=5
  +
|style="margin:auto"}}|{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=095
  +
|pokemon=Onix
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=56
  +
|move1=Stealth Rock|move1type=Rock|move1cat=Status
  +
|move2=Iron Tail|move2type=Steel|move2cat=Physical
  +
|move3=Rock Slide|move3type=Rock|move3cat=Physical
  +
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground|move4cat=Physical}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=141
  +
|pokemon=Kabutops
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
  +
|gender=female
  +
|level=56
  +
|move1=X-Scissor|move1type=Bug|move1cat=Physical
  +
|move2=Rock Slide|move2type=Rock|move2cat=Physical
  +
|move3=Aqua Jet|move3type=Water|move3cat=Physical
  +
|move4=Brick Break|move4type=Fighting|move4cat=Physical}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=139
  +
|pokemon=Omastar
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=56
  +
|move1=Blizzard|move1type=Ice|move1cat=Special
  +
|move2=Hydro Pump|move2type=Water|move2cat=Special
  +
|move3=Seismic Toss|move3type=Fighting|move3cat=Physical
  +
|move4=Reflect|move4type=Psychic|move4cat=Status}}
  +
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
  +
| style="margin:auto" |{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=142
  +
|pokemon=Aerodactyl
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Flying
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=56
  +
|move1=Crunch|move1type=Dark|move1cat=Physical
  +
|move2=Rock Slide|move2type=Rock|move2cat=Physical
  +
|move3=Earthquake|move3type=Ground|move3cat=Physical
  +
|move4=Iron Tail|move4type=Steel|move4cat=Physical}}
  +
| style="margin:auto" |{{Pokémon/7
  +
|game=PE
  +
|ndex=076
  +
|pokemon=Golem
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=57
  +
|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground|move1cat=Physical
  +
|move2=Rock Slide|move2type=Rock|move2cat=Physical
  +
|move3=Fire Punch|move3type=Fire|move3cat=Physical
  +
|move4=Thunder Punch|move4type=Electric|move4cat=Physical}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
   
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<!--GEN I HAD NO CLASSES-->
 
<!--GEN I HAD NO CLASSES-->
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=Pokémon Stadium
 
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
|pokemon=6
+
|game=Stadium
}}
+
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|ndex=095
 
|ndex=095
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<!--GEN I HAD NO CLASSES-->
 
<!--GEN I HAD NO CLASSES-->
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=Pokémon Stadium
 
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
|pokemon=6
+
|game=Stadium
}}
+
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|ndex=095
 
|ndex=095
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|level=50-100
 
|level=50-100
 
|type1=Fire
 
|type1=Fire
|move1=Confuse Ray|move1type=Ghost
+
|move1=Bide|move1type=Normal
|move2=Flamethrower|move2type=Fire
+
|move2=Confuse Ray|move2type=Ghost
|move3=Fire Spin|move3type=Fire
+
|move3=Flamethrower|move3type=Fire
|move4=Bide|move4type=Normal}}
+
|move4=Fire Spin|move4type=Fire}}
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|{{Pokémon/1
 
|ndex=051
 
|ndex=051
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|classlink=Gym Leader
 
|classlink=Gym Leader
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=Pokémon Stadium 2
 
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
 
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
  +
|game=Stadium2
 
|pokemon=6}}
 
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
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|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|held=Quick Claw
 
|held=Quick Claw
|move1=Bide|move1type=Normal
+
|move1=Rock Throw|move1type=Rock
|move2=Strength|move2type=Normal
+
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
|move3=Rock Throw|move3type=Rock
+
|move3=Strength|move3type=Normal
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
+
|move4=Bide|move4type=Normal}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=076
 
|ndex=076
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|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Ground
 
|held=Scope Lens
 
|held=Scope Lens
|move1=Rollout|move1type=Rock
+
|move1=Rock Throw|move1type=Rock
|move2=Rock Throw|move2type=Rock
+
|move2=Magnitude|move2type=Ground
|move3=Magnitude|move3type=Ground
+
|move3=Defense Curl|move3type=Normal
|move4=Defense Curl|move4type=Normal}}
+
|move4=Rollout|move4type=Rock}}
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=127
 
|pokemon=Pinsir
 
|gender=male
 
|level=50-100
 
|type1=Bug
 
|held=Focus Band
 
|move1=Strength|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Submission|move2type=Fighting
 
|move3=Fury Cutter|move3type=Bug
 
|move4=Seismic Toss|move4type=Fighting}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=139
 
|ndex=139
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|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
 
|held=MiracleBerry
 
|held=MiracleBerry
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
+
|move1=AncientPower|move1type=Rock
|move2=Bite|move2type=Dark
+
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Blizzard|move3type=Ice
 
|move3=Blizzard|move3type=Ice
|move4=AncientPower|move4type=Rock}}
+
|move4=Bite|move4type=Dark}}
  +
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
|ndex=141
+
|ndex=127
|pokemon=Kabutops
+
|pokemon=Pinsir
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
 
|level=50-100
 
|level=50-100
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
+
|type1=Bug
|held=PRZCureBerry
+
|held=Focus Band
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
+
|move1=Fury Cutter|move1type=Bug
|move2=Slash|move2type=Normal
+
|move2=Strength|move2type=Normal
|move3=Sleep Talk|move3type=Normal
+
|move3=Seismic Toss|move3type=Fighting
|move4=AncientPower|move4type=Rock}}
+
|move4=Submission|move4type=Fighting}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=205
 
|ndex=205
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|type1=Bug|type2=Steel
 
|type1=Bug|type2=Steel
 
|held=Mint Berry
 
|held=Mint Berry
|move1=Rollout|move1type=Rock
+
|move1=Take Down|move1type=Normal
|move2=Take Down|move2type=Normal
+
|move2=Giga Drain|move2type=Grass
|move3=Giga Drain|move3type=Grass
+
|move3=Defense Curl|move3type=Normal
|move4=Defense Curl|move4type=Normal}}
+
|move4=Rollout|move4type=Rock}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=141
  +
|pokemon=Kabutops
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|type1=Rock|type2=Water
  +
|held=PRZCureBerry
  +
|move1=AncientPower|move1type=Rock
  +
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
  +
|move3=Slash|move3type=Normal
  +
|move4=Sleep Talk|move4type=Normal}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
   
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|classlink=Gym Leader
 
|classlink=Gym Leader
 
|name=Brock
 
|name=Brock
|game=Pokémon Stadium 2
 
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|location=Gym Leader Castle
 
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
 
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
  +
|game=Stadium2
 
|pokemon=6}}
 
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
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|type1=Steel|type2=Ground
 
|type1=Steel|type2=Ground
 
|held=Scope Lens
 
|held=Scope Lens
|move1=Fissure|move1type=Ground
+
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock
|move2=Return|move2type=Normal
+
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
|move3=Earthquake|move3type=Ground
+
|move3=Return|move3type=Normal
|move4=Rock Slide|move4type=Rock}}
+
|move4=Fissure|move4type=Ground}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=214
  +
|pokemon=Heracross
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|type1=Bug|type2=Fighting
  +
|held=Focus Band
  +
|move1=Megahorn|move1type=Bug
  +
|move2=Reversal|move2type=Fighting
  +
|move3=Counter|move3type=Fighting
  +
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=112
 
|ndex=112
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|type1=Ground|type2=Rock
 
|type1=Ground|type2=Rock
 
|held=Quick Claw
 
|held=Quick Claw
|move1=Fissure|move1type=Ground
+
|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock
 
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
 
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
|move3=Rock Slide|move3type=Rock
+
|move3=Double-Edge|move3type=Normal
|move4=Double-Edge|move4type=Normal}}
+
|move4=Fissure|move4type=Ground}}
  +
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=080
 
|ndex=080
 
|pokemon=Slowbro
 
|pokemon=Slowbro
|level=50-100
 
 
|gender=female
 
|gender=female
  +
|level=50-100
 
|type1=Water|type2=Psychic
 
|type1=Water|type2=Psychic
 
|held=BrightPowder
 
|held=BrightPowder
|move1=Fissure|move1type=Ground
+
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
+
|move2=Psychic|move2type=Psychic
|move3=Psychic|move3type=Psychic
+
|move3=Flamethrower|move3type=Fire
|move4=Flamethrower|move4type=Fire}}
+
|move4=Fissure|move4type=Ground}}
{{Party/Div|color={{rock color}}}}
+
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=217
  +
|pokemon=Ursaring
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|type1=Normal
  +
|held=Mint Berry
  +
|move1=Defense Curl|move1type=Normal
  +
|move2=Rollout|move2type=Rock
  +
|move3=Slash|move3type=Normal
  +
|move4=Focus Energy|move4type=Normal}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=213
 
|ndex=213
 
|pokemon=Shuckle
 
|pokemon=Shuckle
|level=50-100
 
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
 
|type1=Bug|type2=Rock
 
|type1=Bug|type2=Rock
 
|held=Leftovers
 
|held=Leftovers
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|move3=Safeguard|move3type=Normal
 
|move3=Safeguard|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Wrap|move4type=Normal}}
 
|move4=Wrap|move4type=Normal}}
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=214
 
|pokemon=Heracross
 
|level=50-100
 
|gender=male
 
|type1=Bug|type2=Fighting
 
|held=Focus Band
 
|move1=Counter|move1type=Fighting
 
|move2=Reversal|move2type=Fighting
 
|move3=Megahorn|move3type=Bug
 
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2
 
|ndex=217
 
|pokemon=Ursaring
 
|level=50-100
 
|gender=male
 
|type1=Normal
 
|held=Mint Berry
 
|move1=Slash|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Rollout|move2type=Rock
 
|move3=Defense Curl|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Focus Energy|move4type=Normal}}
 
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
   
 
===Quotes===
 
===Quotes===
 
===={{game2|Red|Blue|Yellow}}====
 
===={{game2|Red|Blue|Yellow}}====
  +
;[[Pewter Gym]]
 
* Before battle
 
* Before battle
:''"I'm Brock! I'm <sc>{{ci|Pewter}}</sc>'s <sc>[[Gym Leader]]</sc>! I believe in rock hard defense and determination! That's why my <sc>Pokémon</sc> are all the {{type|rock}}! Do you still want to challenge me? Fine then! Show me your best!"''
+
:''"I'm Brock! I'm <sc>{{ci|Pewter}}</sc>'s <sc>[[Gym Leader]]</sc>! I believe in rock hard defense and determination! That's why my <sc>{{OBP|Pokémon|species}}</sc> are all the {{type|rock}}! Do you still want to challenge me? Fine then! Show me your best!"''
   
* When defeated
+
* Being defeated
:''"I took you for granted. As proof of your victory, here's the <sc>{{badge|Boulder}}</sc>!"''
+
:''"I took you for granted. As proof of your victory, here's the <sc>{{badge|Boulder|BoulderBadge}}</sc>!"''
:''"That's an official <sc>Pokémon League Badge</sc>! Its bearer's <sc>Pokémon</sc> become more powerful! The technique <sc>{{m|Flash}}</sc> can now be used {{tt|any time|''anytime'' in Yellow}}!"''"
+
:''"That's an official <sc>[[Pokémon League]] [[Badge]]</sc>! Its bearer's <sc>Pokémon</sc> become more powerful! The [[Move|technique]] <sc>{{m|Flash}}</sc> can now be used any time{{sup/1|RB}}/anytime{{sup/1|Y}}!"''
   
 
* After being defeated
 
* After being defeated
 
:''"Wait! Take this with you!"''
 
:''"Wait! Take this with you!"''
:''"A [[TM]] contains a technique that can be taught to <sc>Pokémon</sc>! A TM is good only once! So when you use one to teach a new technique, pick the <sc>Pokémon</sc> carefully! [[TM34]] contains <sc>{{m|Bide}}</sc>! Your <sc>Pokémon</sc> will absorb damage in battle<!--no comma--> then pay it back double!"''
+
:''"A [[TM]] contains a technique that can be taught to <sc>Pokémon</sc>! A TM is good only once! So when you use one to teach a new technique, pick the <sc>Pokémon</sc> carefully! [[TM34]] contains <sc>{{m|Bide}}</sc>! Your <sc>Pokémon</sc> will absorb [[damage]] in {{pkmn|battle}}<!--no comma--> then pay it back double!"''
:''"There are all kinds of {{pkmn|Trainer|trainers}} in the world! You appear to be very gifted as a <sc>Pokémon</sc> trainer! Go to the <sc>Gym</sc> in <sc>{{ci|Cerulean}}</sc> and test your abilities!"''{{sup/1|RB}}
+
:''"There are all kinds of {{pkmn|Trainer|trainer}}s in the {{pkmn|world}}! You appear to be very gifted as a <sc>Pokémon</sc> trainer! Go to the <sc>[[Gym]]</sc> in <sc>{{ci|Cerulean}}</sc> and test your abilities!"''{{sup/1|RB}}
 
:''"There are all kinds of trainers in the world! Some raise <sc>Pokémon</sc> for fights. Some see them as pets. I'm in training to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder|<sc>Pokémon</sc> breeder}}. If you take your <sc>Pokémon</sc> training seriously, go visit the <sc>Gym</sc> in <sc>Cerulean</sc> and test your abilities!"''{{sup/1|Y}}
 
:''"There are all kinds of trainers in the world! Some raise <sc>Pokémon</sc> for fights. Some see them as pets. I'm in training to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder|<sc>Pokémon</sc> breeder}}. If you take your <sc>Pokémon</sc> training seriously, go visit the <sc>Gym</sc> in <sc>Cerulean</sc> and test your abilities!"''{{sup/1|Y}}
   
 
===={{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}====
 
===={{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}====
  +
;[[Pewter Gym]]
 
* Before battle
 
* Before battle
:''"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from <sc>[[Johto]]</sc>. I'm <sc>Brock</sc>, the <sc>Pewter Gym Leader</sc>. I'm an expert on rock-type <sc>Pokémon</sc>. My <sc>Pokémon</sc> are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage. Come on!"''
+
:''"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from <sc>[[Johto]]</sc>. I'm <sc>Brock</sc>, the <sc>{{ci|Pewter}} [[Gym Leader]]</sc>. I'm an expert on {{type|rock}} <sc>{{OBP|Pokémon|species}}</sc>. My <sc>Pokémon</sc> are impervious to most [[Physical move|physical attack]]s. You'll have a hard time inflicting any [[damage]]. Come on!"''
   
* When defeated
+
* Being defeated
:''"Your <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard defense... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead--take this <sc>Badge</sc>."''
+
:''"Your <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard defense... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead--take this <sc>[[Badge]]</sc>."''
   
 
* After battle
 
* After battle
:''"<Player>, thanks. I enjoyed battling you, even though I am a bit upset. That <sc>Boulder Badge</sc> will make your <sc>Pokémon</sc> even more powerful."''
+
:''"<Player>, thanks. I enjoyed {{pkmn|battle|battling}} you, even though I am a bit upset. That <sc>{{badge|Boulder|BoulderBadge}}</sc> will make your <sc>Pokémon</sc> even more powerful."''
:''"The world is huge. There are still many strong trainers like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger too."''
+
:''"The {{pkmn|world}} is huge. There are still many strong {{pkmn|Trainer|trainer}}s like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger too."''
   
 
===={{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}====
 
===={{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}====
  +
;[[Pewter Gym]]
 
* Before battle
 
* Before battle
:''"So, you're here. I'm <sc>Brock</sc>. I'm <sc>Pewter</sc>'s <sc>Gym Leader</sc>. My rock-hard willpower is evident even in my <sc>Pokémon</sc>. My <sc>Pokémon</sc> are all rock hard, and have true-grit determination. That's right - my <sc>Pokémon</sc> are all the <sc>{{t|Rock}}</sc> type! Fuhaha! You're going to challenge me knowing that you'll lose? That's the <sc>Trainer</sc>'s honor that compels you to challenge me. Fine, then! Show me your best!"''
+
:''"So, you're here. I'm <sc>Brock</sc>. I'm <sc>{{ci|Pewter}}</sc>'s <sc>[[Gym Leader]]</sc>. My rock-hard willpower is evident even in my <sc>{{OBP|Pokémon|species}}</sc>. My <sc>Pokémon</sc> are all rock hard, and have true-grit determination. That's right - my <sc>Pokémon</sc> are all the <sc>{{t|Rock}}</sc> type! Fuhaha! You're going to challenge me knowing that you'll lose? That's the <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}</sc>'s honor that compels you to challenge me. Fine, then! Show me your best!"''
   
* When defeated
+
* Being defeated
:''"I took you for granted, and so I lost. As proof of your victory, I confer on you this...the official <sc>{{ka|Pokémon League}} Boulder Badge</sc>."''
+
:''"I took you for granted, and so I lost. As proof of your victory, I confer on you this...the official <sc>[[Pokémon League]] {{badge|Boulder|BoulderBadge}}</sc>."''
:''"Just having the <sc>Boulder Badge</sc> makes your <sc>Pokémon</sc> more powerful. It also enables the use of the move <sc>Flash</sc> outside of battle. Of course, a <sc>Pokémon</sc> must know the move <sc>Flash</sc> to use it."''
+
:''"Just having the <sc>Boulder Badge</sc> makes your <sc>Pokémon</sc> more powerful. It also enables the use of the [[move]] <sc>{{m|Flash}}</sc> outside of {{pkmn|battle}}. Of course, a <sc>Pokémon</sc> must know the move <sc>Flash</sc> to use it."''
   
 
* After being defeated
 
* After being defeated
 
:''"Wait! Take this with you."''
 
:''"Wait! Take this with you."''
:''"A TM, Technical Machine, contains a technique for <sc>Pokémon</sc>. Using a TM teaches the move it contains to a <sc>Pokémon</sc>. A TM is only good for one use. So, when you use one, pick the <sc>Pokémon</sc> carefully. Anyways... [[TM39]] contains <sc>{{m|Rock Tomb}}</sc>. It hurls boulders at the foe and lowers its <sc>speed</sc>."''
+
:''"A [[TM]], Technical Machine, contains a technique for <sc>Pokémon</sc>. Using a TM teaches the move it contains to a <sc>Pokémon</sc>. A TM is only good for one use. So, when you use one, pick the <sc>Pokémon</sc> carefully. Anyways... [[TM39]] contains <sc>{{m|Rock Tomb}}</sc>. It hurls boulders at the foe and lowers its <sc>{{stat|speed}}</sc>."''
:''"There are all kind of <sc>Trainers</sc> in this huge world of ours. You appear to be very gifted as a <sc>Pokémon Trainer</sc>. So let me make a suggestion. Go to the [[Cerulean Gym|<sc>Gym</sc> in <sc>Cerulean</sc>]] and test your abilities."''
+
:''"There are all kind of <sc>Trainers</sc> in this huge {{pkmn|world}} of ours. You appear to be very gifted as a <sc>Pokémon Trainer</sc>. So let me make a suggestion. Go to the <sc>[[Gym]]</sc> in <sc>{{ci|Cerulean}}</sc> and test your abilities."''
   
 
===={{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}====
 
===={{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}====
=====[[Pewter Gym]]=====
+
;[[Pewter Gym]]
 
* Before battle
 
* Before battle
:''"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from Johto. I'm Brock, the Pewter Gym Leader. I'm an expert on Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage. Come on!"''
+
:''"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from [[Johto]]. I'm Brock, the {{ci|Pewter}} [[Gym Leader]]. I'm an expert on {{type|Rock}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}. My Pokémon are impervious to most [[Physical move|physical attack]]s. You'll have a hard time inflicting any [[damage]]. Come on!"''
 
* After sending out last Pokémon
 
:''"Ah ha ha! It itches! It itches!"''
 
   
 
* During battle
 
* During battle
 
:''"Ow ow ow ow ow..."''
 
:''"Ow ow ow ow ow..."''
   
* When defeated
+
* After sending out last Pokémon
  +
:''"Ah ha ha! It itches! It itches!"''
  +
  +
* Being defeated
 
:''"Looks like you're the stronger one..."''
 
:''"Looks like you're the stronger one..."''
   
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:''"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead—take this [[Badge]]."''
 
:''"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead—take this [[Badge]]."''
   
:''"I really enjoyed the battle with you, <player>! I'll give you the move {{m|Rock Slide}}, too. It can sometimes cause your foe to [[flinch]]."''
+
:''"I really enjoyed the {{pkmn|battle}} with you, <player>! I'll give you the [[move]] {{m|Rock Slide}}, too. It can sometimes cause your foe to [[flinch]]."''
   
:''"The {{pkmn|world}} is huge. There are still many strong Trainers like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger, too."''
+
:''"The {{pkmn|world}} is huge. There are still many strong {{pkmn|Trainer}}s like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger, too."''
   
=====[[Fighting Dojo]]=====
+
;[[Pokégear]] Registering ([[Diglett's Cave]])
* Before battle
 
:''"All right! Time to fulfill our promise!"''
 
 
* After being defeated
 
:''"I've lost again... You aren't adventuring around for nothing!"''
 
 
=====[[Pokégear]] Registering ([[Diglett's Cave]])=====
 
 
:''"Small spaces surrounded by rocks make you feel peaceful, don't you agree? By the way, do you want to exchange numbers?"''
 
:''"Small spaces surrounded by rocks make you feel peaceful, don't you agree? By the way, do you want to exchange numbers?"''
::Yes: ''"I would like to have a [[Pokémon battle]] against you! Give me a call on Saturday nights!"'''
+
::Yes: ''"I would like to have a Pokémon battle against you! Give me a call on [[Days of the week|Saturday]] [[Time|night]]s!"'''
   
=====Pokégear Phone=====
+
;Pokégear Phone
 
* Calling the player:
 
* Calling the player:
 
:''"This is Brock. Oh hey, how are you doing? There are so many different types of Pokémon in the world. As you could guess, I like Rock-type Pokémon best. They're solid and rough, and yet somewhat brittle at the same time. Once you've really gotten to know them, they're quite cute. What do you think?"''
 
:''"This is Brock. Oh hey, how are you doing? There are so many different types of Pokémon in the world. As you could guess, I like Rock-type Pokémon best. They're solid and rough, and yet somewhat brittle at the same time. Once you've really gotten to know them, they're quite cute. What do you think?"''
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:''"Hello... What's up? I'm doing great! Hey, you called at just the right time! I'm free right now. Want to battle me again?"''
 
:''"Hello... What's up? I'm doing great! Hey, you called at just the right time! I'm free right now. Want to battle me again?"''
 
::No: ''"Is that so... Well, I suppose you must have a lot of things to do yourself..."''
 
::No: ''"Is that so... Well, I suppose you must have a lot of things to do yourself..."''
::Yes: ''"All right, all right! I'm looking forward to it! I'll meet you at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City! I won't be at the Pewter Gym, all right? Don't get confused!"''
+
::Yes: ''"All right, all right! I'm looking forward to it! I'll meet you at the [[Fighting Dojo]] in [[Saffron City]]! I won't be at the Pewter Gym, all right? Don't get confused!"''
  +
  +
;Fighting Dojo
  +
* Before battle
  +
:''"All right! Time to fulfill our promise!"''
  +
  +
* After being defeated
  +
:''"I've lost again... You aren't adventuring around for nothing!"''
   
 
===={{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}====
 
===={{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}====
=====[[Pokémon World Tournament]]=====
+
;[[Pokémon World Tournament]]
 
* Before battle (first round)
 
* Before battle (first round)
:''"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon."''
+
:''"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of {{type|Rock}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}."''
   
 
* Before battle (second round)
 
* Before battle (second round)
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* Before battle (final round)
 
* Before battle (final round)
:''"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage."''
+
:''"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most [[Physical move|physical attack]]s. You'll have a hard time inflicting any [[damage]]."''
   
* When defeated
+
* Being defeated
 
:''"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected..."''
 
:''"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected..."''
   
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* After being defeated
 
* After being defeated
:''"I really enjoyed the battle with you. Still, the world is huge! I can't believe you got past my rock-hard defense."''
+
:''"I really enjoyed the {{pkmn|battle}} with you. Still, the {{pkmn|world}} is huge! I can't believe you got past my rock-hard defense."''
   
 
* After winning
 
* After winning
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* In the lobby, after the tournament
 
* In the lobby, after the tournament
 
:''"Awesome... That was a really great battle. I compliment you on your victory!"''
 
:''"Awesome... That was a really great battle. I compliment you on your victory!"''
  +
  +
====[[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]====
  +
;[[Pewter Gym]]
  +
* Before battle
  +
:''"So, you're here. I'm Brock, Pewter City's Gym Leader. You can see just by looking at my Pokémon how rock hard my willpower is. My Pokémon are all hard as rock and have true-grit determination! That's right! My Pokémon are all Rock types! Fwahaha! You're going to challenge me even knowing that you'll lose? That's what a Trainer's honor demands! So be it! Show me your best!"''
  +
  +
* Being defeated
  +
:''"It seems I underestimated you."''
  +
  +
* After being defeated
  +
:''"As proof of your victory, take an official Pokémon League Badge—a Boulder Badge!"''
  +
:''"With a Boulder Badge, Pokémon up to Lv. 20 from other Trainers will listen to you without question! Oh...and wait! Take this with you, too."''
  +
:''"If you use a [[TM]], or Technical Machine, you can teach your Pokémon the move within it. A TM can be used as many times as you like, so use it on any Pokémon you want. [[TM01]] contains {{m|Headbutt}}. It deals damage to your opponent's Pokémon by ramming them with a head as hard as rock."''
  +
:''"There are all kinds of people in this huge world of ours. Some have their Pokémon battle—some just like to raise them... I'm hard at work here to learn how to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}, who helps raise Pokémon. You're aiming to become a strong Trainer, right? Then you should challenge all the other Gyms!"''
  +
  +
;[[Celadon City]]
  +
:''"Hey! I didn't expect to run into you here. I'm on my way back from visiting the [[Celadon Gym|Celadon City Gym]]. Keeping in touch with other Gym Leaders is part of our duties, after all!"''
  +
:''"The girls at that Gym all turned me away for some reason, though... Actually, have some [[Pewter Crunchies]]! I'd brought them as a gift to the Gym here."''
  +
:''"Oh, and you're probably going to want some [[tea]] after eating them. Pewter Crunchies can make you thirsty."''
  +
:''"Ah! I don't have enough left to give to that thirsty guard now..."''
  +
:''"Anyway, it looks like you've been visiting the Gyms in other cities! I wish you the best!"''
  +
  +
;[[Rematch]]
  +
* Before battle (first rematch)
  +
:''"...You sure look different from when we first met! I have a request for you, since you're now the [[Indigo Plateau|Pokémon League]] {{pkmn|Champion}}. The truth is, Gym Leaders have the right to challenge the Champion! ...Please allow me the privilege of facing you in battle once again! Allow me to show you the true rock-hard strength of my Pokémon!"''
  +
  +
* Before battle (subsequent rematches)
  +
:''"No matter what kind of opponent you may be, my Rock-type Pokémon will take you on! That's the promise of my rock-hard will!"''
  +
  +
* Being defeated
  +
:''"I knew you were strong, but this..."''
  +
  +
* After being defeated
  +
:''"I've chosen to postpone my dream of becoming a Pokémon Breeder just for a little bit longer. Right now I'm more interested in training to grow strong enough to one day face and defeat you! Please, battle me every day so I can grow even stronger!"''
   
 
====[[Pokémon Puzzle League]]====
 
====[[Pokémon Puzzle League]]====
 
* Before battle
 
* Before battle
:''"Hi, Ash! It's good to see you again. It looks like I will be your first official battle. I hold the Boulder Badge. If you defeat me, then I will give it to you. Have you heard anything about the Puzzle Master? I hear no one has ever defeated him. Oh well, are you ready? Let's go."''
+
:''"Hi, {{Ash}}! It's good to see you again. It looks like I will be your first official {{pkmn|battle}}. I hold the {{badge|Boulder}}. If you defeat me, then I will give it to you. Have you heard anything about the {{OBP|Mewtwo|original series|Puzzle Master}}? I hear no one has ever defeated him. Oh well, are you ready? Let's go."''
  +
  +
====[[Pokémon Stadium 2]]====
  +
* Before battle
  +
:''"So you finally made it this far. I'm <sc>Brock</sc>. Bring it on!"''
  +
:''"Have you ever seen the durability of rock <sc>Pokémon</sc>? Here goes!"''
  +
:''"When it comes to rock <sc>Pokémon</sc>, I'm the best! Come on!"''
  +
  +
* Sending out first Pokémon
  +
:''"Here! <Pokémon> is leading off!"''
  +
  +
* Sending out a new Pokémon
  +
:''"<Pokémon>, go for it!"''
  +
:''"<Pokémon> is next!"''
  +
:''"<Pokémon>, it's your call!"''
  +
:''"Here's your chance, <Pokémon>!"''
  +
  +
* [[Recall]]ing a Pokémon
  +
:''"Good! Come back, <Pokémon>!"''
  +
:''"It's futile! Come back!"''
  +
:''"That's good, <Pokémon>!"''
  +
:''"Well done! <Pokémon>, come back!"''
  +
  +
* Own Pokémon faints
  +
:''"<Pokémon>! We're done!"''
  +
:''"Aack! That hurts!"''
  +
  +
* Player's Pokémon faints
  +
:''"There! Fantastic!"''
  +
  +
* Own Pokémon lands a [[critical hit]]
  +
:''"Good job, <Pokémon>! You rocked its weak spot!"''
  +
  +
* Player's Pokémon lands a critical hit
  +
:''"Argh! Bad news! That landed on the weak spot!"''
  +
  +
* Own Pokémon being hurt by a {{cat|Binding moves|binding move}}
  +
:''"Arrrgh..."''
  +
  +
* If the player is defeated
  +
:''"Looking good."''
  +
  +
* After being defeated
  +
:''"The world is huge! I'm glad to have met you."''
  +
:''"How could anyone break through my rock-hard defense..."''
  +
:''"I was done in... I didn't know about that style of battling..."''
  +
  +
* After winning
  +
:''"It's been a while since I had a battle like this."''
  +
:''"Defense is crucial, after all."''
  +
:''"Your <sc>Pokémon</sc> are good, too."''
  +
:''"Wouldn't you agree that defense is essential?"''
  +
  +
* If the battle ended in a draw
  +
:''"A draw? How is that possible?"''
  +
  +
* If the player runs from the battle
  +
:''"It's not like you to run."''
   
 
==Artwork==
 
==Artwork==
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|- style="font-size: 80%;"
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|-
| Headshot from<br>{{color2|000|Generation I}}
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| Headshot from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Red and Blue}}
| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Red and Blue}}
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| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Yellow Version|Yellow}}
| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Generation III}}
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| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|FireRed and LeafGreen}}
| Artwork from the {{color2|000|Nivi City Gym (TCG)|Nivi City Gym}} Theme Deck
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| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
| Artwork by {{color2|000|Ken Sugimori}} for the {{color2|000000|Advanced Generation series|Advanced Generation}}
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| Artwork of Brock and {{color2|000|Brock's Steelix|his Onix}}<br>in {{color2|000|Pokémon Masters}}
 
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|}
   
 
===Sprites===
 
===Sprites===
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==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
 
===In the main series===
 
===In the main series===
[[File:Brock.png|thumb|200px|Brock in the anime]]
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[[File:Brock anime SM.png|thumb|250px|Brock in the {{series|Sun & Moon}}]]
 
{{main|Brock (anime)}}
 
{{main|Brock (anime)}}
In the anime, like later Gym Leaders, Brock appeared primarily as an opponent to {{Ash}} in his [[EP005|debut episode]]; unlike later Gym Leaders, he requested to join Ash on his journey, aiming to be the world's greatest {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}. In doing so, Brock left the Gym in the hands of his father, {{ka|Flint}}, who had finally revealed himself to have returned from his journey. Brock advised Ash throughout the [[Kanto]] series, then left briefly during the [[Orange Archipelago]] arc to assist [[Professor Ivy]]. He returned to Ash's side in [[Johto]], and with brief returns to [[Pewter City]] at the end of each series, joined him for his journeys in [[Hoenn]] and [[Sinnoh]] as well; however, he now wants to become a Pokémon Doctor.
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In the {{pkmn|anime}}, like later Gym Leaders, Brock appeared primarily as an opponent to [[Ash Ketchum]] in his [[EP005|debut episode]]; unlike later Gym Leaders, he requested to join Ash on his {{pkmn|journey}}, aiming to be the world's greatest {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}. In doing so, Brock left the Gym in the hands of his father, {{ka|Flint}}, who had finally revealed himself to have returned from his journey. Brock advised Ash throughout the [[Kanto]] [[region]], then left briefly during the [[Orange Archipelago]] arc to assist [[Professor Ivy]]. He returned to Ash's side in [[Johto]], and with brief returns to [[Pewter City]] at the end of each series, joined him for his journeys in [[Hoenn]] and [[Sinnoh]] as well; however, he now wants to become a Pokémon Doctor.
   
Brock mainly provides an advisory role to the other main characters of the anime, being several years older than the rest of them. His knowledge of Pokémon battles is great, causing him to often referee matches between Ash and others. Brock also fancies himself as something of a ladies' man, though each time he hits on someone he is either rejected outright, pulled away by {{an|Misty}} or [[Max]], or, most recently, {{m|Poison Jab}}bed by his {{TP|Brock|Croagunk}}.
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Brock mainly provides an advisory role to the other main characters of the anime, being several years older than the rest of them. His knowledge of Pokémon battles is great, causing him to often referee matches between Ash and others. Brock also fancies himself as something of a ladies' man, though each time he hits on someone he is either rejected outright; pulled away by {{an|Misty}} or [[Max]]; or, more recently, {{m|Poison Jab}}bed by his {{TP|Brock|Croagunk}}.
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===In Pokémon Origins===
 
===In Pokémon Origins===
[[File:Brock Poké Balls PO.png|200px|thumb|left|Brock in Pokémon Origins]]
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[[File:Brock Poké Balls PO.png|250px|thumb|left|Brock in Pokémon Origins]]
In [[Pokémon Origins]], Brock is the only Gym Leader to have a key role other than Giovanni. Much like his role in both the games, Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym.
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In [[Pokémon Origins]], Brock is the only Gym Leader to have a key role other than [[Giovanni]]. Much like his role in the {{pkmn|games}}, Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym.
   
Brock is first seen in ''[[PO01|File 1 - Red]]'', watching a [[Pokémon battle]] between {{OBP|Red|Origins}} and {{OBP|Blue|Origins}}. After Red is defeated, Brock talks to Red and teaches him about the basics of Pokémon battling and training.
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Brock is first seen in ''[[PO01|File 1: Red]]'', watching a [[Pokémon battle]] between {{OBP|Red|Origins}} and {{OBP|Blue|Origins}}. After Red is defeated, Brock talks to Red and teaches him about the basics of Pokémon battling and training.
   
 
Later, Red discovers that Brock is the Gym Leader of Pewter City and goes to challenge Brock to earn his first Badge. There, they have a Gym battle in which Brock teaches Red about type matchups and strategy. Brock is shown to have many Pokémon, and selects Geodude and Onix when Red confirms that he has no [[Badge]]s. This implies that all Gym Leaders have Pokémon of varying strengths in reserve in order to keep each challenge a fair fight. After a tough battle, Red eventually defeats Brock by using all of his Pokémon to slowly weaken Brock's Onix until it falls. Having lost the battle, Brock awards Red with the Boulder Badge and {{TM|34|Bide}}.
 
Later, Red discovers that Brock is the Gym Leader of Pewter City and goes to challenge Brock to earn his first Badge. There, they have a Gym battle in which Brock teaches Red about type matchups and strategy. Brock is shown to have many Pokémon, and selects Geodude and Onix when Red confirms that he has no [[Badge]]s. This implies that all Gym Leaders have Pokémon of varying strengths in reserve in order to keep each challenge a fair fight. After a tough battle, Red eventually defeats Brock by using all of his Pokémon to slowly weaken Brock's Onix until it falls. Having lost the battle, Brock awards Red with the Boulder Badge and {{TM|34|Bide}}.
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Unlike most other characters in Pokémon Origins, whose designs were based on their {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} designs, Brock's design is more akin to his {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} design.
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|desc={{p|Geodude}} was the first Pokémon Brock used in his Gym battle against {{OBP|Red|Origins}}. It nearly defeated Red's {{p|Charmander}}, forcing him to switch out for his {{p|Nidoran♂}}, who was able to defeat Geodude with a {{m|Double Kick}}.}}
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|desc={{p|Geodude}} was the first Pokémon Brock used in his Gym battle against {{OBP|Red|Origins}}. It nearly defeated Red's {{TP|Red|Charmander}}, forcing him to switch out for his {{p|Nidoran♂}}, who was able to defeat Geodude with a {{m|Double Kick}}.}}
   
 
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|img=Brock Onix PO.png
 
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|vaen=List of English voice actors{{!}}Keith Silverstein
 
|desc={{p|Onix}} was the second Pokémon Brock used during his Gym battle against Red. It manage to defeat Red's {{p|Nidoran♂}}, {{p|Spearow}}, {{p|Rattata}}, and {{p|Metapod}}. With the help of Metapod's {{m|String Shot}} reducing its speed, Onix was later defeated by Red's Charmander.}}
 
|desc={{p|Onix}} was the second Pokémon Brock used during his Gym battle against Red. It manage to defeat Red's {{p|Nidoran♂}}, {{p|Spearow}}, {{p|Rattata}}, and {{p|Metapod}}. With the help of Metapod's {{m|String Shot}} reducing its speed, Onix was later defeated by Red's Charmander.}}
   
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|ja=杉田智和 ''Tomokazu Sugita''
 
|ja=杉田智和 ''Tomokazu Sugita''
 
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===In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer===
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Brock appeared in the [[Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer]], where he joined a male {{pkmn|Trainer}} and {{ga|Rosa}} in a {{pkmn|journey}} across [[Pasio]]. In a forest, the trio came across [[Erika]], a {{tc|Beauty}}, and a {{tc|Lass}}; and battled their {{p|Vileplume}}, {{p|Lotad}}, and {{p|Whimsicott}}, respectively. His Onix was ensnared in Whimsicott's {{m|Leech Seed}}, but Rosa's {{p|Snivy}} managed to free it. Afterwards, Brock healed Snivy with a [[Potion]] after it was injured by Lotad's {{m|Energy Ball}}. Brock's group soon came out victorious, after which Erika joined them on their journey.
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|desc=Onix is Brock's only known Pokémon. Alongside a male {{pkmn|Trainer}}'s {{p|Pikachu}} and {{ga|Rosa}}'s {{p|Snivy}}, it battled [[Erika]]'s {{p|Vileplume}}, as well as a {{tc|Beauty}}'s {{p|Lotad}} and a {{tc|Lass}}'s {{p|Whimsicott}}. Whimsicott ensnared Onix with its {{m|Leech Seed}}, but Snivy freed it with {{m|Leaf Storm}}.
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|ja=鳥海浩輔 ''Kōsuke Toriumi''
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==In the manga==
 
==In the manga==
===In the Ash and Pikachu manga===
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===In the Ash & Pikachu manga===
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Brock appears in [[Ash and Pikachu]], a {{pkmn|manga}} based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, he is a traveling companion of {{Ash}} alongside {{an|Misty}}.
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Brock appears in [[Ash & Pikachu]], a {{pkmn|manga}} based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, he is a traveling companion of {{Ash}} alongside {{an|Misty}}.
   
 
===In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga===
 
===In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga===
 
{{main|Brock (anime)#In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga|Brock (anime)}}
 
{{main|Brock (anime)#In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga|Brock (anime)}}
As the {{pkmn|manga}} series [[The Electric Tale of Pikachu]] is based on the [[Pokémon anime]], {{an|Brock}} is a commonly recurring character, although he does not appear in every chapter and he does not travel with {{Ash}} and {{an|Misty}} constantly.
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As [[The Electric Tale of Pikachu]] is based on the [[Pokémon anime]], {{an|Brock}} is a commonly recurring character, although he does not appear in every chapter and he does not travel with {{Ash}} and {{an|Misty}} constantly.
   
 
===In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga===
 
===In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga===
[[File:Ash and Brock MPJ.png|thumb|Ash and Brock in Magical Pokémon Journey]]
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[[File:Ash and Brock MPJ.png|thumb|200px|Ash and Brock in Magical Pokémon Journey]]
 
Brock, along with {{Ash}} and {{an|Misty}}, make cameo appearances in bonus chapters of the [[Magical Pokémon Journey]] manga. In the bonus chapters, Brock and co. have mistakenly wandered into the world Magical Pokémon Journey is set in. The bonus chapters chronicle their attempts to return to their own world (of the {{pkmn|anime}}) and their encounters with various aspects of the Magical Pokémon Journey canon which differ from the anime's canon (such as the use of [[Poké Ball]]s).
 
Brock, along with {{Ash}} and {{an|Misty}}, make cameo appearances in bonus chapters of the [[Magical Pokémon Journey]] manga. In the bonus chapters, Brock and co. have mistakenly wandered into the world Magical Pokémon Journey is set in. The bonus chapters chronicle their attempts to return to their own world (of the {{pkmn|anime}}) and their encounters with various aspects of the Magical Pokémon Journey canon which differ from the anime's canon (such as the use of [[Poké Ball]]s).
 
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===In the movie manga adaptations===
 
===In the movie manga adaptations===
[[File:DP series trio.png|thumb|Brock with his friends]]
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[[File:DP series trio.png|thumb|200px|Brock with his friends]]
As Brock has appeared in every movie prior to Best Wishes, he has appeared in every manga adaptation of it. His team in the manga adaptations are the same as in the films.
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As Brock has appeared in every movie prior to the {{series|Best Wishes}}, he has appeared in every manga adaptation of it. His team in the manga adaptations are the same as in the films.
   
 
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
 
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
[[File:Brock Adventures.png|thumb|Brock and his {{p|Geodude}}]]
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[[File:Brock Adventures.png|thumb|200px|Brock and his {{p|Geodude}}]]
Brock debuts in ''[[PS005|Onix is On!]]'' of the {{chap|Red, Green & Blue}}, however he is mentioned earlier by {{adv|Blue}} in ''[[PS004|Wanted: Pikachu!]]'' about being bored by no one being able to defeat him, or even get past the preliminaries. To gain access to Brock, a Trainer must win several rounds of battles against special Trainers of the Gym, and all of those battles are watched by him from a special room.
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Aside from being a Gym Leader, Brock also works as a security guard at the [[Pewter Museum of Science]].
   
Brock is a brave Trainer, and he assists [[Erika]] and [[Misty]] in their {{pkmn|battle}}s against [[Team Rocket]]. He also gave {{adv|Yellow}} a {{p|Graveler}} after the good [[Gym Leader]]s of Kanto battled Agatha's mind-controlling {{p|Gastly}}. However, he is also shown to be quick to anger and restless in his search for a good battle, and when discovering that {{adv|Red}}'s [[Pika]], the only remaining Pokémon of his, was disobedient, deemed his wins "dumb luck" and sought for a finisher attack instantly. However, when the boy begins to gain his Pokémon's trust, it chooses to fight for him and defeats his Onix.
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====={{chap|Red, Green & Blue}}=====
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Brock debuts in ''[[PS005|Onix Is On!]]'', though he is mentioned earlier by {{adv|Blue}} in ''[[PS004|Wanted: Pikachu!]]'', who described him as being bored by no one being able to defeat him, or even get past the preliminaries. To gain access to Brock, a Trainer must win several rounds of battles against special Trainers of the Gym, and all of those battles are watched by him from a special room.
   
After Blaine figured out that Red must have been at Mt. Moon before going missing, Brock volunteered to search there, since Mt. Moon was closest to [[Pewter City]]. He then found a cast of {{adv|Red}} frozen in ice there and contacted Blaine. Before all of the information could be exchanged, he found out that Pewter City was under attack by a group of [[Bruno]]'s {{p|Machop}} that was searching for Brock's {{badge|Boulder}}, and he left to protect it.
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Brock is a brave Trainer, and he assists [[Erika]] and [[Misty]] in their {{pkmn|battle}}s against [[Team Rocket]]. He also gave {{adv|Yellow}} a {{p|Graveler}} after the good [[Gym Leader]]s of [[Kanto]] battled [[Agatha]]'s mind-controlling {{p|Gastly}}. However, he is also shown to be quick to anger and restless in his search for a good battle, and when discovering that {{adv|Red}}'s [[Pika]], the only remaining Pokémon of his, was disobedient, deemed his wins "dumb luck" and sought for a finisher attack instantly. However, when the boy begins to gain his Pokémon's trust, it chooses to fight for him and defeats his Onix.
   
A few years later, he, along with Erika and Misty, traveled to Johto for the Gym Leader Tournament at the [[Indigo Plateau]], where he faced off against the expert of the newly discovered {{type|Steel}}, [[Jasmine]]. He lost the match and later fought against Team Rocket on the [[Magnet Train]].
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====={{chap|Yellow}}=====
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After [[Blaine]] figured out that Red must have been at [[Mt. Moon]] before going missing, Brock volunteered to search there, since Mt. Moon is closest to [[Pewter City]]. He then found a cast of Red frozen in ice there and contacted Blaine. Before all of the information could be exchanged, he found out that [[Pewter City]] was under attack by a group of [[Bruno]]'s {{p|Machop}} that was searching for Brock's {{badge|Boulder}}, and he left to protect it.
   
Aside from being a Gym Leader, Brock also works as a security guard at the [[Pewter Museum of Science]].
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====={{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}=====
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A few years later, he, along with Erika and Misty, traveled to [[Johto]] for the Gym Leader Tournament at the [[Indigo Plateau]], where he faced off against the expert of the newly discovered {{type|Steel}}, [[Jasmine]]. He lost the match and later fought against Team Rocket on the [[Magnet Train]].
   
 
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|cap=Brock's Geodude
 
|epnum=PS005
 
|epnum=PS005
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|epname=Onix Is On!
|desc=Brock owns six {{p|Geodude}}, nicknamed Geoone, Geotwo and Geothree and so on. The often grasp each others' wrists in order to circle around Brock to protect him. During the {{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}, they used their {{m|Magnitude}} to stop the Magnet Train. However, the impact sent it off course, causing it to almost crash before it was saved by {{adv|Red}}'s [[Snor]]lax.}}
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|desc=Brock owns six {{p|Geodude}}, nicknamed Geoone, Geotwo, Geothree, and so on. One of them appeared in ''[[PS005|Onix Is On!]]'' watching the battles with his Trainer. The other five first appeared in ''[[PS064|Putting It On The Line...Against Arcanine]]''. They often grasp each others' wrists in order to circle around Brock to protect him. During the {{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}, they used their {{m|Magnitude}} to stop the Magnet Train. However, the impact sent it off course, causing it to almost crash before it was saved by {{adv|Red}}'s Snorlax.}}
   
 
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|img=Brock Onix Adventures.png
 
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|desc={{p|Onix}} is arguably Brock's most powerful Pokémon and is apparently well known for its speed, which causes shock waves when it moves. Onix was first used in battle against {{adv|Red}}'s [[Pika]]. Despite the type advantage, Onix was defeated by the small electric type after it came to fight for Red of its own will. Three years later, Onix was sent out by Brock to use as a bridge when a bridge in the [[Tohjo Falls]] went out while Brock, Erika and Misty were heading to Johto, during which Misty is joined by {{p|Suicune}}. However, it itself collapsed when they were all attacked by a large group of {{p|Zubat}}, {{p|Golbat}} and {{p|Crobat}}. Once the group finally made it to the Indigo Plateau, Brock used Onix in his battle with [[Jasmine]]. It lost to [[Jasmine's Steelix]], which he initially mistook as an Onix of a different variety due to its rock covering used to hide the fact that it was a new, undiscovered species at the time.}}
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|desc={{p|Onix}} is arguably Brock's most powerful Pokémon and is apparently well known for its speed, which causes shock waves when it moves. Onix was first used in battle against {{adv|Red}}'s [[Pika]]. Despite the type advantage, Onix was defeated by the small Electric type after it came to fight for Red of its own will. Three years later, Onix was sent out by Brock to use as a bridge when a bridge in the [[Tohjo Falls]] went out while Brock, Erika and Misty were heading to Johto, during which Misty is joined by {{p|Suicune}}. However, it itself collapsed when they were all attacked by a large group of {{p|Zubat}}, {{p|Golbat}} and {{p|Crobat}}. Once the group finally made it to the Indigo Plateau, Brock used Onix in his battle with [[Jasmine]]. It lost to [[Jasmine's Steelix]], which he initially mistook as an Onix of a different variety due to its rock covering used to hide the fact that it was a new, undiscovered species at the time.}}
   
 
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|desc=Brock met {{p|Kabutops}} when it was a {{p|Kabuto}} in the [[Pewter Museum of Science]] during the [[Elite Four]]'s invasion of [[Kanto]], and received and later evolved it for protecting it during the ordeal. It knows many ancient attacks and is a very powerful member of Brock's team; it was able to easily hold its own against Jasmine's [[Amphy]], nearly winning him the match despite the type disadvantage.
 
|desc=Brock met {{p|Kabutops}} when it was a {{p|Kabuto}} in the [[Pewter Museum of Science]] during the [[Elite Four]]'s invasion of [[Kanto]], and received and later evolved it for protecting it during the ordeal. It knows many ancient attacks and is a very powerful member of Brock's team; it was able to easily hold its own against Jasmine's [[Amphy]], nearly winning him the match despite the type disadvantage.
   
Kabutops's only known move is {{m|AncientPower}}, and its Ability is {{a|Battle Armor}}.}}
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Kabutops's only known move is {{m|Ancient Power}}, and its Ability is {{a|Battle Armor}}.}}
   
 
=====Given away=====
 
=====Given away=====
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|img=Brock Graveler Adventures.png
 
|img=Brock Graveler Adventures.png
 
|epnum=PS005
 
|epnum=PS005
|epname=Onix is On
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|epname=Onix Is On!
|desc=Brock's {{p|Graveler}} was first seen as it watched Red battle the trainers in the [[Pewter Gym]]. Later on, Brock gave it to {{adv|Yellow}}, who has since evolved it into a {{p|Golem}}.}}
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|desc=Brock's {{p|Graveler}} was first seen as he watched Red battle the Trainers in the [[Pewter Gym]]. Later on, Brock gave him to {{adv|Yellow}}, who named him Gravvy. He has since evolved it into a {{p|Golem}}.
   
===In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jou's Big Adventure manga===
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Graveler's known moves are {{m|Mega Punch}}, {{m|Rock Throw}}, {{m|Take Down}}, and {{m|Defense Curl}}, and his Ability is {{a|Sturdy}}.}}
Brock's only appearance in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jou's Big Adventure was in a flashback along with his {{TP|Brock|Onix}}.
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[[File:Brock PM.png|thumb|135px|Brock in the Pocket Monsters manga]]
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===In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga===
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Brock's only appearance in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure was in a flashback along with his {{TP|Brock|Onix}}.
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[[File:Brock PM.png|thumb|140px|Brock in the Pocket Monsters manga]]
 
[[File:Brock Misty PMRS.png|thumb|left|140px|Brock in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga]]
 
[[File:Brock Misty PMRS.png|thumb|left|140px|Brock in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga]]
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===In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga===
 
===In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga===
Brock debuts in the chapter ''[[PM003|Take Out The Rival Onix!!]]'' of the [[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]] manga. Before {{OBP|Red|Pocket Monsters}} arrived in Pewter City, {{OBP|Green|Pocket Monsters}} got there and took Brock on. However, Brock was brutally strong as he managed to knock Green and his {{TP|Green|Charmander}} back into a window. The impact caused him to tell Red about Brock's strength. Despite Green's advice, Red decides to go to the Gym anyway. Red notices Brock's collection of Pokémon he had caught over the years and one of them turned out to be {{TP|Red|Clefairy}}'s cousin, {{TP|Red|Pikachu|Pikachu (Pocket Monsters)}}. Brock then came and Red had his first Gym battle with him. Red used Clefairy while Brock used {{TP|Brock|Onix}}. Clefairy managed to defeat Onix by having it chase its own tail, earning Red the {{badge|Boulder}}.
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Brock debuts in ''[[PM003|Take Out The Rival Onix!!]]''. Before {{OBP|Red|Pocket Monsters}} arrived in Pewter City, {{OBP|Green|Pocket Monsters}} got there and took Brock on. However, Brock was brutally strong as he managed to knock Green and his {{TP|Green|Charmander}} back into a window. The impact caused him to tell Red about Brock's strength. Despite Green's advice, Red decides to go to the Gym anyway. Red notices Brock's collection of Pokémon he had caught over the years and one of them turned out to be {{TP|Red|Clefairy}}'s cousin, {{TP|Red|Pikachu|Pikachu (Pocket Monsters)}}. Brock then came and Red had his first Gym battle with him. Red used Clefairy while Brock used {{TP|Brock|Onix}}. Clefairy managed to defeat Onix by having it chase its own tail, earning Red the {{badge|Boulder}}.
   
 
Brock reappears in ''[[PMRSs1|Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!!]]'' in a form of a cameo. He is seen wearing his outfit from {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
 
Brock reappears in ''[[PMRSs1|Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!!]]'' in a form of a cameo. He is seen wearing his outfit from {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
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{{TrainerPoké
 
{{TrainerPoké
 
|main=yes
 
|main=yes
|link=Brock's Steelix#In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
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|link=Brock's Onix#In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
 
|trainer=Brock
 
|trainer=Brock
 
|pkmn=Onix
 
|pkmn=Onix
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|epnum=PM003
 
|epnum=PM003
 
|epname=Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
 
|epname=Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
|desc=Brock is shown with a large Pokémon collection at the [[Pewter Gym]]. Many of them are [[disputed Pokémon|not identifiable]] as currently known Pokémon.}}
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|desc=Brock is shown with a large Pokémon collection at the [[Pewter Gym]]. Many of them are [[disputed Pokémon|not identifiable]] as currently known Pokémon.
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None of their move's are known.}}
   
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=====Given away=====
 
=====Given away=====
 
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===In the Pokémon Zensho manga===
 
===In the Pokémon Zensho manga===
[[File:Brock Zensho.png|thumb|Brock in Pokémon Zensho]]
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[[File:Brock Zensho.png|thumb|150px|Brock in Pokémon Zensho]]
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Brock appears in ''[[PZ02|Pewter City]]'' as the first Gym Leader {{Zensho|Satoshi}} battled. Initially, {{zensho|Satoshi's Charmander}} was losing against [[Brock's Onix]], but eventually the small {{type|Fire}} managed to defeat Onix by chopping off its horn, winning Satoshi his first Badge.
Brock is the first Gym Leader {{Zensho|Satoshi}} battles.
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====Pokémon====
 
====Pokémon====
 
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| {{InactivePoké|Brock|Onix|Brock Onix Zensho.png|Rock|Ground|size=100px|link=Brock's Onix#In the Pokémon Zensho manga}}
 
| {{InactivePoké|Brock|Onix|Brock Onix Zensho.png|Rock|Ground|size=100px|link=Brock's Onix#In the Pokémon Zensho manga}}
 
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==In the TCG==
 
==In the TCG==
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===Artwork===
 
===Artwork===
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|rowspan=3 style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:NiviCityGymDeck.jpg|130px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocktrainer.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocktrainer.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brock-TCG1.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brock-TCG1.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocks-Training-Method.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocks-Training-Method.jpg|180px]]
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| Brock and the Boulder Badge.
 
 
| Brock and the Boulder Badge
 
| Brock and the Boulder Badge
| Brock feeds [[Brock's Steelix|his Onix]] .
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| Brock and the Boulder Badge
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| Brock feeds {{color2|000000|Brock's Steelix|his Onix}}
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|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocks-Protection.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Brocks-Protection.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Blaine-Quiz3.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|5px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Blaine-Quiz3.jpg|180px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:BrockVS.png|150px]]
 
|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{tcg fighting color dark}}; background: #{{tcg fighting color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:BrockVS.png|150px]]
|- style="font-size: 80%;"
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|- style=""
| Brock wears a "Rocky" Onix shirt.
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| Artwork from the<br>{{color2|000|Nivi City Gym (TCG)|Nivi City Gym}} {{color2|000|Theme Deck (TCG)|Theme Deck}}
| Brock gets frustrated with [[Blaine]]'s quizzes.
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| Brock wears a "Rocky" Onix shirt
| Brock's updated {{TCG|VS}} headshot.
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| Brock gets frustrated with {{color2|000000|Blaine}}'s quizzes
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| Brock's updated {{color2|000000|Pokémon VS (TCG)|VS}} art
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
===Cards===
 
===Cards===
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]].
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All cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]] are listed below.
   
 
{{cardlist/header|Brock's Pokémon|Fighting|char=yes}}
 
{{cardlist/header|Brock's Pokémon|Fighting|char=yes}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhydon|2}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare Holo|ennum=2/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare Holo|jpset2=Nivi City Gym}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhydon|2}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare Holo|ennum=2/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare Holo|jpset2=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Golem|20}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=20/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Golem|20}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=20/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Onix|21}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=21/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Onix|21}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=21/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhyhorn|22}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=22/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhyhorn|22}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=22/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Zubat|24}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=24/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Zubat|24}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Rare|ennum=24/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Geodude|38}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=38/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Geodude|38}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=38/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Golbat|39}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=39/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Golbat|39}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=39/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Graveler|40}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=40/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Graveler|40}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=40/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Lickitung|41}}|type=Colorless|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=41/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Lickitung|41}}|type=Colorless|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=41/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Geodude|66}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=66/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Geodude|66}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=66/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Mankey|67}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=67/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Mankey|67}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=67/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Mankey|68}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=68/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Unnumbered Promotional cards}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Mankey|68}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=68/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Unnumbered Promotional cards}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Onix|69}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=69/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Challenge from the Darkness|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Unnumbered Promotional cards}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Onix|69}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=69/132|jpset=Challenge from the Darkness|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Unnumbered Promotional cards}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhyhorn|70}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=70/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Rhyhorn|70}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=70/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Sandshrew|71}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=71/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Sandshrew|71}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=71/132|jpset=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Sandshrew|72}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=72/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Sandshrew|72}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=72/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Vulpix|73}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=73/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Nivi City Gym}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Vulpix|73}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=73/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common|jpset2=Nivi City Gym}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Zubat|74}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=74/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Brock's Zubat|74}}|type=Grass|enset=Gym Heroes|enrarity=Common|ennum=74/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Ninetales|3}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Rare Holo|ennum=3/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare Holo}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Ninetales|3}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Rare Holo|ennum=3/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare Holo}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Dugtrio|22}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Rare|ennum=22/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Dugtrio|22}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Rare|ennum=22/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Rare}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Graveler|34}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=34/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Graveler|34}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=34/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Primeape|35}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=35/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Primeape|35}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=35/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Sandslash|36}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=36/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Sandslash|36}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=36/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Vulpix|37}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=37/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Vulpix|37}}|type=Fire|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=37/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Uncommon}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Diglett|67}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Common|ennum=67/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Diglett|67}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Common|ennum=67/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Geodude|68}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Common|ennum=68/132|jpsetlink=Gym Heroes|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Brock's Geodude|68}}|type=Fighting|enset=Gym Challenge|enrarity=Common|ennum=68/132|jpset=Leaders' Stadium|jprarity=Common}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|VS|Brock's Omastar|68}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Pokémon VS|jprarity=Common|jpnum=068/141}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|VS|Brock's Omastar|68}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Pokémon VS|jprarity=Common|jpnum=068/141}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|VS|Brock's Kabutops|69}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Pokémon VS|jprarity=Common|jpnum=069/141}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|VS|Brock's Kabutops|69}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Pokémon VS|jprarity=Common|jpnum=069/141}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Movie VS Pack|Brock's Marshtomp|8}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy|jpnum=008/019}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Movie VS Pack|Brock's Marshtomp|8}}|type=Fighting|jpset=Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy|jpnum=008/019}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|ADV-P Promo|Brock's Mudkip|38}}|type=Water|jpset=ADV-P Promotional cards|jpnum=038/ADV-P}}
 
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|ADV-P Promo|Brock's Mudkip|38}}|type=Water|jpset=ADV-P Promotional cards|jpnum=038/ADV-P}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname=[[Croagunk M (Movie Random Pack Promo 13)|Croagunk]] {{SP|M}}|type=Psychic|jpset=Movie Commemoration Random Pack|jpnum=013/022}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname=[[Croagunk M (Movie Random Pack 13)|Croagunk]] {{SP|M}}|type=Psychic|jpset=Movie Commemoration Random Pack|jpnum=013/022}}
 
{{cardlist/div|Other related cards|Fighting}}
 
{{cardlist/div|Other related cards|Fighting}}
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==In the TFG==
 
==In the TFG==
{{TFG ID|Next Quest|Brock|39}} appears as a rare Trainer figure in the launch set, {{TFG|Next Quest}}, of the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game]].
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{{TFG ID|Next Quest|Brock|39}} appears as a rare {{TFG|Trainer figure}} in the launch set, {{TFG|Next Quest}}, of the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* In the [[Pokémon Stadium series]], Brock has been shown with several non-Rock-type Pokémon that he would later own in the anime, namely {{p|Golbat}} in Stadium's Round 2 fight, {{p|Forretress}} in Stadium 2's Round 1 fight, and {{p|Steelix}} in Stadium 2's Round 2 fight.
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* In {{5v2|Red|Blue|Yellow|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, all of Brock's Pokémon are part {{type|Ground}} as well as part {{type|Rock}}.
* Despite being a Rock-type [[Pokémon Trainer]], none of his Pokémon knew any Rock-type moves in [[Generation I]]. This was fixed in {{game3|FireRed and LeafGreen|their remakes|s}}.
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* Despite being a Rock-type [[Type expert|expert]], none of Brock's {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in [[Generation I]] know any Rock-type [[move]]s, only knowing {{type|Normal}} moves. This was changed in FireRed and LeafGreen.
* Brock is one of two [[Gym Leader]]s not to give the {{player}} a TM of his {{t|Rock|Gym's specialty type}}, the other being [[Falkner]]. This is only true in [[Generation I]], as, in the remakes, his chosen TM changed from {{TM|34|Bide}} to {{TM|39|Rock Tomb}}.
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* In Generation I, Brock's {{p|Onix}} knows {{m|Bind}} at [[level]]s 12 and 14, despite Onix not learning the move until level 15.
** However, in [[Generation II]] there was no TM that contained a {{type|Flying}} move for Falkner to give, whereas in [[Generation I]] {{m|Rock Slide}} is available by [[TM48]].
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* Brock is one of two [[Gym Leader]]s not to give the {{player}} a [[TM]] of his specialty type, the other being [[Falkner]]. This is only true in Generation I, however, as in FireRed and LeafGreen, Brock's chosen TM changed from {{TM|34|Bide}} to {{TM|39|Rock Tomb}}.
* In {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, Brock trades the player a {{p|Rhyhorn}} knowing {{m|Thunder Fang}} (an [[egg move]]) in exchange for a {{p|Bonsly}}. This may be a reference to his anime counterpart, who is a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} who once owned a [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Bonsly]] as well before it evolved.
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* During his Gym battle in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, Brock uses a {{p|Rhyhorn}} with the [[Ability]] {{a|Sturdy}}, even though Rhyhorn cannot normally have that Ability.
* Out of all of his Pokémon in the handheld games, only {{p|Rampardos|three}} {{p|Aerodactyl|of}} {{p|Tyranitar|them}} do not suffer from a double weakness against {{t|Grass}}.
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* In HeartGold and SoulSilver, Brock trades the player a Rhyhorn knowing {{m|Thunder Fang}} (an [[Egg Move]]) in exchange for a {{p|Bonsly}}. This may be a reference to his {{an|Brock|anime counterpart}}, who is a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} and once owned a [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Bonsly]].
* In all [[Generation I]] games Brock's {{p|Onix}} has the move {{m|Bind}} at levels 12 and 14 despite not learning it until level 15. This was fixed, however, in [[Generation II]] when it could learn it at level 10.
 
 
* As seen in HeartGold and SoulSilver, Brock's [[Trainer ID number]] is 06845.
 
* As seen in HeartGold and SoulSilver, Brock's [[Trainer ID number]] is 06845.
* During the Gym battle in HeartGold and SoulSilver, Brock uses a Rhyhorn with the [[Ability]] {{a|Sturdy}}, even though Rhyhorn cannot normally have that Ability.
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* Out of all of Brock's Pokémon in the [[core series]] games, only three do not suffer from a double weakness to {{t|Grass}}: {{p|Rampardos}}, {{p|Aerodactyl}} and {{p|Tyranitar}}.
* In [[Generation I]] and [[Generation III]] all of Brock's Pokémon are part {{type|Ground}} as well.
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* In the [[Pokémon Stadium series]], Brock has been shown with several non-Rock-type Pokémon that his anime counterpart would later come to own, namely {{p|Golbat}} in {{eng|Pokémon Stadium|Stadium}}'s Round 2 fight, {{p|Forretress}} in {{pkmn|Stadium 2}}'s Round 1 fight, and {{p|Steelix}} in Stadium 2's Round 2 fight.
** Also, in Generation I, his Pokémon know only {{type|Normal}} moves.
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* Brock shares his French name (Pierre) with {{Steven}}, the {{pkmn|Champion}} of the [[Hoenn]] [[region]].
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* According to [[Ken Sugimori]], Brock wasn't originally planned to be the first Gym Leader in {{2v2|Red|Blue}}.<ref>https://twitter.com/SUPER_32X/status/611129653110026241</ref>
   
 
==Names==
 
==Names==
{| style="float:left; background: #{{rock color light}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 3px solid #{{rock color}}"
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! Language
 
! Name
 
! Name
 
! Origin
 
! Origin
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|Japanese
 
|Japanese
 
|タケシ ''Takeshi''
 
|タケシ ''Takeshi''
|From ''take'', {{wp|bamboo}}. Possibly from 岳 ''take'' ("mountain peak").
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|From ''take'' ({{wp|bamboo}}), 岳 ''take'' (mountain peak), and 武し ''takeshi'' (brave)
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|English, Italian, Spanish
 
|English, Italian, Spanish
 
|Brock
 
|Brock
|Rhymes with ''rock''.
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|From ''rock''
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|French
 
|French
 
|Pierre
 
|Pierre
|Literally means "stone".
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|From ''pierre'', stone
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|German
 
|German
 
|Rocko
 
|Rocko
|From English ''rock''.
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|From ''rock''
|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|- style="background:#FFF"
 
|Korean
 
|Korean
 
|웅 ''Ung''
 
|웅 ''Ung''
|'' means 'man-like', brave. A common word used for boy's names in Korea
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|From (雄) ''ung'', "manly" or "heroic"
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|- style="background:#FFF"
 
|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and mainland China}})
 
|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and mainland China}})
 
|小剛 / 小刚 ''Xiǎo Gāng''
 
|小剛 / 小刚 ''Xiǎo Gāng''
|May be named after 首藤'''剛'''志, [[Takeshi Shudō]]. Also, 剛 can mean "hard", "firm" or "strong".
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|rowspan="2"|From 剛 / 刚 ''gāng / gōng'' (tough; firm) and possibly 首藤'''剛'''志 ''[[Takeshi Shudō]]''
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|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
 
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
 
|小剛 ''Síu Gōng''
 
|小剛 ''Síu Gōng''
|Same as Mandarin name.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
 
|Indonesian
 
|Indonesian
 
|Brok ([[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]] only)
 
|Brok ([[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]] only)
|Similar to his English name.
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|Similar to English name
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| Брок ''Brok''
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| Transcription of English name
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|Thai
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|ทาเคชิ ''Takeshi''
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|Transliteration of Japanese name
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|Vietnamese
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|Takeshi
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|Transliteration of Japanese name
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* {{wp|Brock (Pokémon)|Article on Wikipedia}}
 
* {{wp|Brock (Pokémon)|Article on Wikipedia}}
   
===On Bulbagarden forums===
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* [http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/showthread.php?t=8976 The Brock Club]
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Brock
タケシ Takeshi
"The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!"
Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Brock.png
Art from Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Gender Male
Eye color Black
Hair color Brown
Hometown Pewter City
Region Kanto
Relatives Flint (father), Lola (mother), Forrest (younger brother), 8 other siblings (all anime only)
Trainer class Gym LeaderRBYFRLGGSCHGSSPE
Pokémon Breeder*
Doctor*
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation I, II, III, IV, V, VII
Games Red, Blue, and Yellow
Gold, Silver, and Crystal
FireRed and LeafGreen
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Black 2 and White 2
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Stadium, Stadium 2, Masters
Leader of Pewter Gym
Badge Boulder Badge
Specializes in Rock types
Game animation debut Pokémon Origins
English voice actor Johnny Yong Bosch
Japanese voice actor Tomokazu Sugita (Origins)
Kōsuke Toriumi (Masters Animated Trailer)
Anime counterpart Brock
Counterpart debut Showdown in Pewter City

Brock (Japanese: タケシ Takeshi) is the Gym Leader of Pewter City's Gym, known officially as the Pewter Gym. He gives the Boulder Badge to Trainers who defeat him in battle. He specializes in Rock-type Pokémon.

Contents

In the games

Brock appears in Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed, and LeafGreen as the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, which is the first Gym that the player challenges on their journey. He is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon Trainers in the Pewter City area, and many people respect and admire him. He is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this. He rarely laughs or drops his serious demeanor, but when he does, he finds it hard to stop. In his free time, he likes to dig for Fossils in Mt. Moon. In addition to the Boulder Badge, Brock gives out TM34 (Bide) in Red, Blue, and Yellow, TM39 (Rock Tomb) in FireRed and LeafGreen, and TM01 (Headbutt) in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

In Yellow, Brock mentions that he is training to become a Pokémon Breeder, despite breeding not being present in the game. This is a reference to the goals of his anime counterpart.

Three years later, in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, Brock remains the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, which can be challenged at any point during the player's travels through Kanto. He is surprised to hear that the player is from the Johto region, and happily accepts their challenge. While he doesn't give out a TM in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, he gives out TM80 (Rock Slide) in HeartGold and SoulSilver.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, after all 16 Badges have been obtained, Brock can be found in Diglett's Cave near Pewter City on any day between noon and 3 PM, and will offer his Pokégear number if spoken to. If he is called on Saturday nights, he will be up for a rematch at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City. After his Pokégear number has been obtained, he will reappear in Diglett's Cave every day between 5 PM and 8 PM, and the player can have a photograph taken with him there. If he is spoken to in Diglett's Cave on a Saturday, he will offer to trade a Rhyhorn that knows Thunder Fang for a Bonsly.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, Brock appears alongside the other Gym Leaders of Kanto as an opponent in the Kanto Leaders Tournament at the Pokémon World Tournament. He also participates alongside the Gym Leaders of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova in the World Leaders Tournament, and other Rock-type experts in the Rock Type Expert Tournament.

In Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, it is revealed that he obsessed with girls.

Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker's information on Brock in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pewter City - Sign
  • What does this person do?
"Pewter City Pokémon Gym
Leader: Brock
The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!"
Pewter Gym - Brock
  • Favorite kind of Pokémon?
"My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my Pokémon.
My Pokémon are all rock hard and have true-grit determination.
That's right - my Pokémon are all the Rock type!"
Pewter City - Young Man
  • What is this person like?
"There aren't many serious Pokémon Trainers here.
They're all like Bug Catchers, you know, just hobbyists.
But Pewter Gym's Brock isn't like that, not one bit."
Route 4 - Boy
  • What is this person like?
"Brock is cool. He's not just tough.
People like and respect him.
I want to become a Gym Leader like him."
Mt. Moon - Man
  • What does this person do?
"Hi. I'm excavating for fossils here under Mt. Moon.
Sometimes, Brock of Pewter Gym lends me a hand."
Pewter Museum - Pokémon Journal
  • What is this person like?
"Brock rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts."
Message from Brock
"In this big world of ours, there must be many tough Trainers.
Let's both keep training and making ourselves stronger!"

Pokémon

Pokémon Red and Blue



Pokémon Yellow



Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal



Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen



Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Gym battle


Rematch


Traded to the player
Location Player's Pokémon Traded Pokémon English
nickname
Japanese
nickname
Item Ability Nature English
OT
Japanese
OT
ID IVs
Diglett's Cave Bonsly Bonsly Rhyhorn Rhyhorn * Hornlette つのこ Passho Berry Passho Berry Lightningrod Relaxed Brock タケシ 06845 22/31/13/22/9/0

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

Brock uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Brock will always lead with his signature Pokémon, Onix.

Kanto Leaders Tournament


Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament


Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Gym battle


Rematch


Pokémon Stadium

Round 1


Round 2


Pokémon Stadium 2

Round 1


Round 2


Quotes

Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow

Pewter Gym
  • Before battle
"I'm Brock! I'm Pewter's Gym Leader! I believe in rock hard defense and determination! That's why my Pokémon are all the Rock-type! Do you still want to challenge me? Fine then! Show me your best!"
  • Being defeated
"I took you for granted. As proof of your victory, here's the BoulderBadge!"
"That's an official Pokémon League Badge! Its bearer's Pokémon become more powerful! The technique Flash can now be used any timeRB/anytimeY!"
  • After being defeated
"Wait! Take this with you!"
"A TM contains a technique that can be taught to Pokémon! A TM is good only once! So when you use one to teach a new technique, pick the Pokémon carefully! TM34 contains Bide! Your Pokémon will absorb damage in battle then pay it back double!"
"There are all kinds of trainers in the world! You appear to be very gifted as a Pokémon trainer! Go to the Gym in Cerulean and test your abilities!"RB
"There are all kinds of trainers in the world! Some raise Pokémon for fights. Some see them as pets. I'm in training to become a Pokémon breeder. If you take your Pokémon training seriously, go visit the Gym in Cerulean and test your abilities!"Y

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Pewter Gym
  • Before battle
"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from Johto. I'm Brock, the Pewter Gym Leader. I'm an expert on Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage. Come on!"
  • Being defeated
"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard defense... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead--take this Badge."
  • After battle
"<Player>, thanks. I enjoyed battling you, even though I am a bit upset. That BoulderBadge will make your Pokémon even more powerful."
"The world is huge. There are still many strong trainers like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger too."

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Pewter Gym
  • Before battle
"So, you're here. I'm Brock. I'm Pewter's Gym Leader. My rock-hard willpower is evident even in my Pokémon. My Pokémon are all rock hard, and have true-grit determination. That's right - my Pokémon are all the Rock type! Fuhaha! You're going to challenge me knowing that you'll lose? That's the Trainer's honor that compels you to challenge me. Fine, then! Show me your best!"
  • Being defeated
"I took you for granted, and so I lost. As proof of your victory, I confer on you this...the official Pokémon League BoulderBadge."
"Just having the Boulder Badge makes your Pokémon more powerful. It also enables the use of the move Flash outside of battle. Of course, a Pokémon must know the move Flash to use it."
  • After being defeated
"Wait! Take this with you."
"A TM, Technical Machine, contains a technique for Pokémon. Using a TM teaches the move it contains to a Pokémon. A TM is only good for one use. So, when you use one, pick the Pokémon carefully. Anyways... TM39 contains Rock Tomb. It hurls boulders at the foe and lowers its speed."
"There are all kind of Trainers in this huge world of ours. You appear to be very gifted as a Pokémon Trainer. So let me make a suggestion. Go to the Gym in Cerulean and test your abilities."

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Pewter Gym
  • Before battle
"Wow, it's not often that we get a challenger from Johto. I'm Brock, the Pewter Gym Leader. I'm an expert on Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage. Come on!"
  • During battle
"Ow ow ow ow ow..."
  • After sending out last Pokémon
"Ah ha ha! It itches! It itches!"
  • Being defeated
"Looks like you're the stronger one..."
  • After being defeated
"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected... Go ahead—take this Badge."
"I really enjoyed the battle with you, <player>! I'll give you the move Rock Slide, too. It can sometimes cause your foe to flinch."
"The world is huge. There are still many strong Trainers like you. Just wait and see. I'm going to become a lot stronger, too."
Pokégear Registering (Diglett's Cave)
"Small spaces surrounded by rocks make you feel peaceful, don't you agree? By the way, do you want to exchange numbers?"
Yes: "I would like to have a Pokémon battle against you! Give me a call on Saturday nights!"'
Pokégear Phone
  • Calling the player:
"This is Brock. Oh hey, how are you doing? There are so many different types of Pokémon in the world. As you could guess, I like Rock-type Pokémon best. They're solid and rough, and yet somewhat brittle at the same time. Once you've really gotten to know them, they're quite cute. What do you think?"
  • Calling him:
"Hello... What's up? I'm doing great! I can take a break on Saturday evenings, if you want to give me a call again then."
  • On Saturdays:
"Hello... What's up? I'm doing great! Hey, you called at just the right time! I'm free right now. Want to battle me again?"
No: "Is that so... Well, I suppose you must have a lot of things to do yourself..."
Yes: "All right, all right! I'm looking forward to it! I'll meet you at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City! I won't be at the Pewter Gym, all right? Don't get confused!"
Fighting Dojo
  • Before battle
"All right! Time to fulfill our promise!"
  • After being defeated
"I've lost again... You aren't adventuring around for nothing!"

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament
  • Before battle (first round)
"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon."
  • Before battle (second round)
"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon. My defense is rock hard!"
  • Before battle (final round)
"I'm Brock! I'm an expert of Rock-type Pokémon. My Pokémon are impervious to most physical attacks. You'll have a hard time inflicting any damage."
  • Being defeated
"Your Pokémon's powerful attacks overcame my rock-hard resistance... You're stronger than I expected..."
  • If the player is defeated
"The best offense is a good defense! That's my way of doing things!"
  • After being defeated
"I really enjoyed the battle with you. Still, the world is huge! I can't believe you got past my rock-hard defense."
  • After winning
"I really enjoyed the battle with you. I guess my rock-hard defense works in top-level competition as well!"
  • In the lobby, after the tournament
"Awesome... That was a really great battle. I compliment you on your victory!"

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Pewter Gym
  • Before battle
"So, you're here. I'm Brock, Pewter City's Gym Leader. You can see just by looking at my Pokémon how rock hard my willpower is. My Pokémon are all hard as rock and have true-grit determination! That's right! My Pokémon are all Rock types! Fwahaha! You're going to challenge me even knowing that you'll lose? That's what a Trainer's honor demands! So be it! Show me your best!"
  • Being defeated
"It seems I underestimated you."
  • After being defeated
"As proof of your victory, take an official Pokémon League Badge—a Boulder Badge!"
"With a Boulder Badge, Pokémon up to Lv. 20 from other Trainers will listen to you without question! Oh...and wait! Take this with you, too."
"If you use a TM, or Technical Machine, you can teach your Pokémon the move within it. A TM can be used as many times as you like, so use it on any Pokémon you want. TM01 contains Headbutt. It deals damage to your opponent's Pokémon by ramming them with a head as hard as rock."
"There are all kinds of people in this huge world of ours. Some have their Pokémon battle—some just like to raise them... I'm hard at work here to learn how to become a Pokémon Breeder, who helps raise Pokémon. You're aiming to become a strong Trainer, right? Then you should challenge all the other Gyms!"
Celadon City
"Hey! I didn't expect to run into you here. I'm on my way back from visiting the Celadon City Gym. Keeping in touch with other Gym Leaders is part of our duties, after all!"
"The girls at that Gym all turned me away for some reason, though... Actually, have some Pewter Crunchies! I'd brought them as a gift to the Gym here."
"Oh, and you're probably going to want some tea after eating them. Pewter Crunchies can make you thirsty."
"Ah! I don't have enough left to give to that thirsty guard now..."
"Anyway, it looks like you've been visiting the Gyms in other cities! I wish you the best!"
Rematch
  • Before battle (first rematch)
"...You sure look different from when we first met! I have a request for you, since you're now the Pokémon League Champion. The truth is, Gym Leaders have the right to challenge the Champion! ...Please allow me the privilege of facing you in battle once again! Allow me to show you the true rock-hard strength of my Pokémon!"
  • Before battle (subsequent rematches)
"No matter what kind of opponent you may be, my Rock-type Pokémon will take you on! That's the promise of my rock-hard will!"
  • Being defeated
"I knew you were strong, but this..."
  • After being defeated
"I've chosen to postpone my dream of becoming a Pokémon Breeder just for a little bit longer. Right now I'm more interested in training to grow strong enough to one day face and defeat you! Please, battle me every day so I can grow even stronger!"

Pokémon Puzzle League

  • Before battle
"Hi, Ash! It's good to see you again. It looks like I will be your first official battle. I hold the Boulder Badge. If you defeat me, then I will give it to you. Have you heard anything about the Puzzle Master? I hear no one has ever defeated him. Oh well, are you ready? Let's go."

Pokémon Stadium 2

  • Before battle
"So you finally made it this far. I'm Brock. Bring it on!"
"Have you ever seen the durability of rock Pokémon? Here goes!"
"When it comes to rock Pokémon, I'm the best! Come on!"
  • Sending out first Pokémon
"Here! <Pokémon> is leading off!"
  • Sending out a new Pokémon
"<Pokémon>, go for it!"
"<Pokémon> is next!"
"<Pokémon>, it's your call!"
"Here's your chance, <Pokémon>!"
"Good! Come back, <Pokémon>!"
"It's futile! Come back!"
"That's good, <Pokémon>!"
"Well done! <Pokémon>, come back!"
  • Own Pokémon faints
"<Pokémon>! We're done!"
"Aack! That hurts!"
  • Player's Pokémon faints
"There! Fantastic!"
"Good job, <Pokémon>! You rocked its weak spot!"
  • Player's Pokémon lands a critical hit
"Argh! Bad news! That landed on the weak spot!"
"Arrrgh..."
  • If the player is defeated
"Looking good."
  • After being defeated
"The world is huge! I'm glad to have met you."
"How could anyone break through my rock-hard defense..."
"I was done in... I didn't know about that style of battling..."
  • After winning
"It's been a while since I had a battle like this."
"Defense is crucial, after all."
"Your Pokémon are good, too."
"Wouldn't you agree that defense is essential?"
  • If the battle ended in a draw
"A draw? How is that possible?"
  • If the player runs from the battle
"It's not like you to run."

Artwork

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Headshot from
Red and Blue
Official artwork from
Yellow
Official artwork from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Official artwork from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Artwork of Brock and his Onix
in Pokémon Masters

Sprites

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Sprite from
Red and Blue
Sprite from
Yellow
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
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Overworld sprite from
Generation I
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
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Portrait from
Stadium
Portraits from
Stadium 2
VS model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

In the anime

In the main series

Brock in the Sun & Moon series
Main article: Brock (anime)

In the anime, like later Gym Leaders, Brock appeared primarily as an opponent to Ash Ketchum in his debut episode; unlike later Gym Leaders, he requested to join Ash on his journey, aiming to be the world's greatest Pokémon Breeder. In doing so, Brock left the Gym in the hands of his father, Flint, who had finally revealed himself to have returned from his journey. Brock advised Ash throughout the Kanto region, then left briefly during the Orange Archipelago arc to assist Professor Ivy. He returned to Ash's side in Johto, and with brief returns to Pewter City at the end of each series, joined him for his journeys in Hoenn and Sinnoh as well; however, he now wants to become a Pokémon Doctor.

Brock mainly provides an advisory role to the other main characters of the anime, being several years older than the rest of them. His knowledge of Pokémon battles is great, causing him to often referee matches between Ash and others. Brock also fancies himself as something of a ladies' man, though each time he hits on someone he is either rejected outright; pulled away by Misty or Max; or, more recently, Poison Jabbed by his Croagunk.


In Pokémon Origins

Brock in Pokémon Origins

In Pokémon Origins, Brock is the only Gym Leader to have a key role other than Giovanni. Much like his role in the games, Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym.

Brock is first seen in File 1: Red, watching a Pokémon battle between Red and Blue. After Red is defeated, Brock talks to Red and teaches him about the basics of Pokémon battling and training.

Later, Red discovers that Brock is the Gym Leader of Pewter City and goes to challenge Brock to earn his first Badge. There, they have a Gym battle in which Brock teaches Red about type matchups and strategy. Brock is shown to have many Pokémon, and selects Geodude and Onix when Red confirms that he has no Badges. This implies that all Gym Leaders have Pokémon of varying strengths in reserve in order to keep each challenge a fair fight. After a tough battle, Red eventually defeats Brock by using all of his Pokémon to slowly weaken Brock's Onix until it falls. Having lost the battle, Brock awards Red with the Boulder Badge and TM34 (Bide).

Unlike most other characters in Pokémon Origins, whose designs were based on their Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen designs, Brock's design is more akin to his Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver design.

Pokémon


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Brock's Geodude
Geodude
Main article: Brock's Geodude

Geodude was the first Pokémon Brock used in his Gym battle against Red. It nearly defeated Red's Charmander, forcing him to switch out for his Nidoran♂, who was able to defeat Geodude with a Double Kick.

Debut File 1: Red
Brock's Onix
Onix
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix was the second Pokémon Brock used during his Gym battle against Red. It manage to defeat Red's Nidoran♂, Spearow, Rattata, and Metapod. With the help of Metapod's String Shot reducing its speed, Onix was later defeated by Red's Charmander.

Debut File 1: Red
Voice actors
Japanese
English Keith Silverstein

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 杉田智和 Tomokazu Sugita
English Johnny Yong Bosch
German Michael Deffert
Italian Federico Zanandrea
European Spanish Víctor Martínez

In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Brock appeared in the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, where he joined a male Trainer and Rosa in a journey across Pasio. In a forest, the trio came across Erika, a Beauty, and a Lass; and battled their Vileplume, Lotad, and Whimsicott, respectively. His Onix was ensnared in Whimsicott's Leech Seed, but Rosa's Snivy managed to free it. Afterwards, Brock healed Snivy with a Potion after it was injured by Lotad's Energy Ball. Brock's group soon came out victorious, after which Erika joined them on their journey.

Pokémon

Onix
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix is Brock's only known Pokémon. Alongside a male Trainer's Pikachu and Rosa's Snivy, it battled Erika's Vileplume, as well as a Beauty's Lotad and a Lass's Whimsicott. Whimsicott ensnared Onix with its Leech Seed, but Snivy freed it with Leaf Storm.

Onix's only known move is Rock Throw.

Debut Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 鳥海浩輔 Kōsuke Toriumi

In the manga

In the Ash & Pikachu manga

Main article: Brock (anime)

Brock appears in Ash & Pikachu, a manga based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, he is a traveling companion of Ash alongside Misty.

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Main article: Brock (anime)

As The Electric Tale of Pikachu is based on the Pokémon anime, Brock is a commonly recurring character, although he does not appear in every chapter and he does not travel with Ash and Misty constantly.

In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga

Ash and Brock in Magical Pokémon Journey

Brock, along with Ash and Misty, make cameo appearances in bonus chapters of the Magical Pokémon Journey manga. In the bonus chapters, Brock and co. have mistakenly wandered into the world Magical Pokémon Journey is set in. The bonus chapters chronicle their attempts to return to their own world (of the anime) and their encounters with various aspects of the Magical Pokémon Journey canon which differ from the anime's canon (such as the use of Poké Balls).

In the movie manga adaptations

Brock with his friends

As Brock has appeared in every movie prior to the Best Wishes series, he has appeared in every manga adaptation of it. His team in the manga adaptations are the same as in the films.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Brock and his Geodude

Aside from being a Gym Leader, Brock also works as a security guard at the Pewter Museum of Science.

History

Red, Green & Blue chapter

Brock debuts in Onix Is On!, though he is mentioned earlier by Blue in Wanted: Pikachu!, who described him as being bored by no one being able to defeat him, or even get past the preliminaries. To gain access to Brock, a Trainer must win several rounds of battles against special Trainers of the Gym, and all of those battles are watched by him from a special room.

Brock is a brave Trainer, and he assists Erika and Misty in their battles against Team Rocket. He also gave Yellow a Graveler after the good Gym Leaders of Kanto battled Agatha's mind-controlling Gastly. However, he is also shown to be quick to anger and restless in his search for a good battle, and when discovering that Red's Pika, the only remaining Pokémon of his, was disobedient, deemed his wins "dumb luck" and sought for a finisher attack instantly. However, when the boy begins to gain his Pokémon's trust, it chooses to fight for him and defeats his Onix.

Yellow chapter

After Blaine figured out that Red must have been at Mt. Moon before going missing, Brock volunteered to search there, since Mt. Moon is closest to Pewter City. He then found a cast of Red frozen in ice there and contacted Blaine. Before all of the information could be exchanged, he found out that Pewter City was under attack by a group of Bruno's Machop that was searching for Brock's Boulder Badge, and he left to protect it.

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

A few years later, he, along with Erika and Misty, traveled to Johto for the Gym Leader Tournament at the Indigo Plateau, where he faced off against the expert of the newly discovered Steel-type, Jasmine. He lost the match and later fought against Team Rocket on the Magnet Train.

Pokémon

This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in Pokémon Adventures.

On hand
Brock's Geodude
Geodude (×6)
Main article: Brock's Geodude

Brock owns six Geodude, nicknamed Geoone, Geotwo, Geothree, and so on. One of them appeared in Onix Is On! watching the battles with his Trainer. The other five first appeared in Putting It On The Line...Against Arcanine. They often grasp each others' wrists in order to circle around Brock to protect him. During the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter, they used their Magnitude to stop the Magnet Train. However, the impact sent it off course, causing it to almost crash before it was saved by Red's Snorlax.

Debut Onix Is On!
Brock's Onix
Onix
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix is arguably Brock's most powerful Pokémon and is apparently well known for its speed, which causes shock waves when it moves. Onix was first used in battle against Red's Pika. Despite the type advantage, Onix was defeated by the small Electric type after it came to fight for Red of its own will. Three years later, Onix was sent out by Brock to use as a bridge when a bridge in the Tohjo Falls went out while Brock, Erika and Misty were heading to Johto, during which Misty is joined by Suicune. However, it itself collapsed when they were all attacked by a large group of Zubat, Golbat and Crobat. Once the group finally made it to the Indigo Plateau, Brock used Onix in his battle with Jasmine. It lost to Jasmine's Steelix, which he initially mistook as an Onix of a different variety due to its rock covering used to hide the fact that it was a new, undiscovered species at the time.

Debut Onix Is On!
Brock's Kabuto

Brock's Kabutops
Kabuto → Kabutops
Brock met Kabutops when it was a Kabuto in the Pewter Museum of Science during the Elite Four's invasion of Kanto, and received and later evolved it for protecting it during the ordeal. It knows many ancient attacks and is a very powerful member of Brock's team; it was able to easily hold its own against Jasmine's Amphy, nearly winning him the match despite the type disadvantage.

Kabutops's only known move is Ancient Power, and its Ability is Battle Armor.

Debut Striking Golduck
Given away
Brock's Graveler
Graveler
Brock's Graveler was first seen as he watched Red battle the Trainers in the Pewter Gym. Later on, Brock gave him to Yellow, who named him Gravvy. He has since evolved it into a Golem.

Graveler's known moves are Mega Punch, Rock Throw, Take Down, and Defense Curl, and his Ability is Sturdy.

Debut Onix Is On!

In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga

Brock's only appearance in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure was in a flashback along with his Onix.

Brock in the Pocket Monsters manga
Brock in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Brock debuts in Take Out The Rival Onix!!. Before Red arrived in Pewter City, Green got there and took Brock on. However, Brock was brutally strong as he managed to knock Green and his Charmander back into a window. The impact caused him to tell Red about Brock's strength. Despite Green's advice, Red decides to go to the Gym anyway. Red notices Brock's collection of Pokémon he had caught over the years and one of them turned out to be Clefairy's cousin, Pikachu. Brock then came and Red had his first Gym battle with him. Red used Clefairy while Brock used Onix. Clefairy managed to defeat Onix by having it chase its own tail, earning Red the Boulder Badge.

Brock reappears in Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!! in a form of a cameo. He is seen wearing his outfit from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pokémon

On hand
Brock's Onix
Onix
Main article: Brock's Onix#In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Onix is Brock's signature Pokémon. Onix is frequently used in Brock's Gym battles.

Debut Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
Brock's Other Pokémon
Other Pokémon
Brock is shown with a large Pokémon collection at the Pewter Gym. Many of them are not identifiable as currently known Pokémon.

None of their move's are known.

Debut Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
Given away