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Gyarados Splashes In! (Japanese: VSイワーク VS. Gyarados) is the sixth round of the Pokémon Special manga and also the sixth one in the Red, Green & Blue chapter.


An injured girl is attacked by an enraged Gyarados, seeing how her Staryu defends her Red decides to help with his Bulbasaur. Thanks to the type advantage Gyarado's Hydro Pump didn't hurt the grass Pokémon and with its Vine Whip and Staryu's BubbleBeam Red catches the beast. Wondering why a water Pokémon could be in that area, the girl tells him that the Gyarados is hers, that somebody stole it and that furious wasn't it original nature, those people must have done something to it. Both call to Professor Oak from the Pokémon Center to listen his opinion; he thinks that that atrocity was work of Team Rocket, an evil organization that uses Pokémon as experiments, he also says that a rare stone that boost Pokémon's powers immensely, a Moon Stone, has been found in Mt. Moon and that this team is after it. Searching the justice, Red and the recently introduced Misty, a water Pokémon trainer from Cerulean City, make their way to Mt. Moon.

Major events

  • Red meets Misty.
  • Red recatches Misty's Gyarados and supposedly gives it back to her.
  • Red joins Misty in her search for Team Rocket.


Pokémon debuts







  • Professor Oak gives an introduction of Team Rocket and the Moon Stone.
  • In this round is showed that a trained Pokémon can be recatched without being released from the original trainer, however this is contradicted in Danger: High Voltorb, where Red explains is very difficult to catch a Pokémon that belongs to other trainer.


  • An owned Pokémon can't be catched by other trainer.