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*{{special|Red}}'s French, (''Sacha'') German, (''Ash'') Korean (지우 ''Jiu'') and Chinese (小智 ''Xiǎo Zhí'') names is the sames as [[Ash Ketchum]]s names in the same languages.
 
*{{special|Red}}'s French, (''Sacha'') German, (''Ash'') Korean (지우 ''Jiu'') and Chinese (小智 ''Xiǎo Zhí'') names is the sames as [[Ash Ketchum]]s names in the same languages.
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*[[Misty]]'s [[Pokeshipping|crush]] on Red is similar to the one the anime's version of the character has on [[Ash]].
   
 
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Revision as of 12:25, 5 April 2008

The Pokémon series is noted for having multiple, distinctly different canons. They often will make references to one another.

List of references

Game references

To anime

To manga

  • Several Gym Leaders in Pokémon Stadium and the Generation II games have Pokémon used by their Pokémon Special counterparts, they are Brock's Kabuto/Kabutops, Lt. Surge's Electabuzz, Erika's Skiploom/Jumpluff, and Sabrina's Drowzee/Hypno.

To TCG

Anime references

To games

To manga

To TCG

Manga references

Pokémon Special references

To games

To anime

  • Red's French, (Sacha) German, (Ash) Korean (지우 Jiu) and Chinese (小智 Xiǎo Zhí) names is the sames as Ash Ketchums names in the same languages.
  • Misty's crush on Red is similar to the one the anime's version of the character has on Ash.

To TCG

Electric Tale of Pikachu references

To anime

  • This series is derived directly from the anime.

Pokémon PiPiPi Adventure references

To other manga

Pokémon Chamo-Chamo ☆ Pretty ♪ references

To other manga

Pocket Monsters references

To games

  • This series is based off the world and events of the main game series.

Mezase!! Card Master references

To TCG

  • The main goal for the manga's main character Kenta Minamii is to become a great TCG player.

TCG references

To games

  • Many locations and characters from the games appear on different cards, particularly trainer cards.

To anime

TFG references

To games

To TCG

  • This game uses the same rarities as the TCG, with the exception of extra rare figures.
  • This game has trainer cards like those in the TCG, though their incorporation and usage is different.

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