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Suddenly Starmie (Japanese: VSスターミー VS. Starmie) is the eighth round in the Red, Green & Blue chapter of the Pokémon Special manga.


Outside of a huge mansion, Red is in disbelief that Misty actually lives in it. Later, before they eat, Misty appears completely dressed up when she, her maids, and Red are about to eat in the salon table. Red tells the maids what happened in Mt. Moon. Misty says to him that they need serious training to defeat the next Team Rocket admins, but he doesn't take the idea seriously and then laughs about her knock out in the last battle. Offended, she storms from the salon.

Later that night, Red is in his room when he is attacked by a mysterious wind; however, his Bulbasaur saves him and he finds a Gyarados scale in the chaos. The next day, he tells the maids that he will defeat the Cerulean Gym Leader that same day. The maids begin to laugh at the idea. In the middle of the laughter, Misty says that she can take him to the Leader. When they arrive in the Gym, Misty reveals that she's the real Gym Leader and surprisingly attacks Red with her Starmie. She tells him that she was the one who attacked him the night before. Furious, Red chooses Bulbasaur but they are defeated by Starmie's BubbleBeam. She tells him that she really wants to train with him to become strong enough to defeat Team Rocket. Seeing the importance of the matter, Red finally accepts. A few days later, they say goodbye after an intense training. Hoping to see each other sometime soon, Red leaves with a Cascadebadge in his T-shirt.

Major events

  • Misty reveals that she's the Cerulean Gym Leader.
  • Red loses a battle against Misty.
  • Red and Misty train together.
  • Red wins the Cascadebadge.


  • Misty's maids

Pokémon debuts







  • Cerulean City appears to be a city similar to Venice.


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