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Piloswine Whine/VS. Piloswine
VS イノムー
VS Inomoo
Chapter Gold, Silver & Crystal
Collected in Vol. 9
Round number 110
Location Outside the Tin Tower
Ecruteak City
Previous Round Ampharos Amore
Next Round Tyranitar War

Piloswine Whine or VS. Piloswine (Japanese: VS イノムー VS Inomoo) is the 110th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.


Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details.

Outside the Tin Tower, Sham, Carl, and Team Rocket Grunts appear. The Team Rocket Grunts send out Cubone, Drowzee, Ledian, and a Ninetales to attack Gold and Polibo. Silver tells Gold that Team Rocket caused the earthquake. Carl then recognizes Silver, and tells the Grunts to attack Silver too, but the Pokémon that try are knocked out by Gold and Exbo. Carl's giant Piloswine appears, and attacks Gold and Silver. When Gold tells Polibo to use Water Gun, Polibo does nothing.

Silver lets Gold battle the Team Rocket Grunts, while he battles the Piloswine. Piloswine chases Silver, who is Flying on his Murkrow to dodge. However, with the power of liquefaction and Polibo's Whirlpool, Piloswine is defeated. Then Carl notices that Gold has defeated the Team Rocket Grunts' Pokémon. Sham then says that their mission is complete, so they can retreat. After Team Rocket retreats, Gold and Silver trade again. Then, Gold challenges Silver to a battle.

Meanwhile at the evacuation shelter, some doctors are taking care of Jasmine. She tells them about Gold and Silver rescuing her, but they do not believe her. Elsewhere, in Ecruteak City and Gold and Silver get ready to battle.

Major events

For a list of all major events in the Pokémon Adventures manga, please see the timeline of events.
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Pokémon debuts






  • Carl says that Silver foiled Team Rocket's plans back at New Bark Town's Slowpoke Well. However, the Slowpoke Well is located in Azalea Town, not New Bark Town.
  • While running from Piloswine, Silver said that Piloswine was the only Pokémon that possesses both Water and Ice attacks. However, this is not true, since many Pokémon from Generation I could use both Water- and Ice-type moves. What he probably meant was that Piloswine was the only Pokémon that could use both Ice- and Ground-type moves.
    • This was fixed in the Brazilian Portuguese translation.

In other languages

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