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A Flaaffy Kerfuffle/VS. Flaaffy
VS. Mokoko
Chapter Gold, Silver & Crystal
Collected in Vol. 10
Round number 119
Location Violet City
Previous Round Three Cheers for Chikorita
Next Round Surrounded by Staryu

A Flaaffy Kerfuffle or VS. Flaaffy (Japanese: VSモココ VS. Mokoko) is the 119th round of the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter in the Pokémon Adventures manga.


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Crystal arrives at Violet City and heads to their Pokémon Center. She wants to send Chumee and the Victreebel she just caught to the Pokémon Storage System, but hears that the system is down. So she calls Professor Elm to let him know that she caught the Chikorita that escaped from his lab and named it Megaree. After the call, Professor Elm and Professor Oak discuss about how important the storage system is.

Crystal stops by a river to rest. As she fills her canteen up with water, she notices a drifting motor boat with a Flaaffy and a Dunsparce that are hanging off from the edge, struggling to not fall into the water. The motor boat's motor suddenly turns on, and Crystal quickly hops in to save and capture the Pokémon. Megaree, however, stays on the shore.

Right after she jumps into the boat, Flaaffy and Dunsparce start attacking her. She fights back with Natee's Psychic, and captures the Flaaffy. She quickly look up Dunsparce's data in her Pokédex, and realizes the Dunsparce wants to escape by boring a hole in the boat. Thanks to Dunsparce, the boat starts to sink. As Dunsparce hops out of the boat, Crystal jumps up and kicks a Poké Ball at it.

After capturing Dunsparce, the Poké Ball falls down toward the water. But Megaree catches it to prevent it from getting drenched. Then, Megaree himself falls into the river. With Natee's help, Crystal flew over, scoops up Megaree, and praises him for saving the Poké Ball with Dunsparce in it.

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