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VS Kyogre & Groudon IX
VS カイオーガ & グラードン IX
VS Kyogre & Groudon IX
Chapter Ruby & Sapphire
Collected in Vol. 20
Round number 247
Location Lilycove City
Previous Round VS Ninjask
Next Round VS Kyogre & Groudon X

VS Kyogre & Groudon IX or Burning the Illusions (Japanese: VS カイオーガ & グラードン IX VS Kyogre & Groudon IX or 幻をうちやぶれ Break the Illusions) is the 247th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.


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Flannery cries out in horror as Wattson and his Manectric sink into the water. Winona attempts to try and save Wattson, but her Altaria refuses to listen to her commands. Ark blocks her ways and reveals that he had his Sharpedo use Taunt on Altaria, making unable to listen to its Trainer. Although annoyed at this kind of tactic, Winona praises the SSS' teamwork. Angie thanks Winona for the compliment and reveals that SSS stands for Subleaders of the Sea Scheme.

Enraged, Flannery orders her Vulpix to attack Angie, but is stopped by an attack that came from the water. Flannery assumes that it's the work of another Pokémon, but Angie reveals that it's the effect of her Ludicolo's attack, Nature Power. Angie explains that depending on the terrain, Nature Power can be attacks such as Razor Leaf, Hydro Pump, or even Shadow Ball. Angie states that her Nature Power comes directly from the sea and points out that Team Aqua wants to raise the sea because all life came from it.

Angie states that in order to achieve Team Aqua's noble goal, sacrifices are inevitable. Angie commands another attack from her Ludicolo, and states those that have been sacrificed will be remembered in history.

At the Lilycove Museum, Brawly and his Machoke face off against Mack. Due to the intense flames, Brawly has trouble seeing his opponent, and is easily hit by a sneak attack. The attack burns Brawly's Machoke, but he still continues to attack his opponent. The attack hits Mack's Slugma, but it quickly disappears, revealing it to only be an illusion. Annoyed, Brawly steps back near a painting of a woman, which suddenly springs to life and begins grabbing him.

The two are instantly freaked out, and begin running through the building as more paintings spring to life. Brawly tries to calm his Machoke down, but it's too scared to listen to his words. Mack confidentially tells Brawly to give up, as it won't be easy to stop his illusions, but Brawly refuses to stop fighting. Brawly reveals that through training, he mastered Jū, a fighting style that turns the attack of an opponent into an attack against them.

Brawly pulls out a pair of nunchucks, and states that when fighting an opponent that doesn't fight head on, he has to use a different style. As Brawly spins his nunchucks, he reveals that he met with an old friend prior to the battle he is currently in. He reveals that the friend taught him another fighting style, Gō; one that is the opposite of Jū. Brawly sends out his Hariyama and has it stun Mack's Slugma with Fake Out, allowing it to repeatedly attack them with Arm Thrust. As he prepares one more attack, Brawly calls out to the friend that helped him——Bruno.

Major events

  • Flannery continues her battle against Angie.
  • Brawly continues his battle against Mack.


Pokémon debuts






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