Coumarine Gym

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Coumarine Gym
ヒヨクジム Hiyoku Gym
Coumarine Gym anime.png
Location Coumarine City
Gym Leader Ramos
Badge Plant Badge
Dominant Type Grass
Region Kalos
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Coumarine Gym (Japanese: ヒヨクジム Hiyoku Gym) is the official Gym of Coumarine City. It is based on Grass-type Pokémon. The Gym Leader is Ramos. Trainers who defeat him receive the Plant Badge.

In the games

The Gym was created by Ramos from the plants he had collected, and contains a giant central tree, on which a vine-based obstacle course has been built, which includes climbing up and down the vines, as well as swinging on them to get from one platform to another. Once the player has ascended to the top of the obstacle course, Ramos may be challenged. After he is defeated, a gate will open next to him, having a slide back to the bottom.


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Trainer Pokémon
Pokémon Ranger Chaise
Pokémon Ranger Chaise
リシャール Richard
Reward: $2,560
Simisage Simisage Lv.32
No item
Pokémon Ranger Maurice
Pokémon Ranger Maurice
モリト Morito
Reward: $2,320
Ferroseed Ferroseed Lv.29
No item
Lombre Lombre Lv.29
No item
Carnivine Carnivine Lv.29
No item
Pokémon Ranger Brooke
Pokémon Ranger Brooke
シズカ Shizuka
Reward: $2,400
Roselia Roselia Lv.30
No item
Wormadam Wormadam
Plant Cloak
No item
Pokémon Ranger Twiggy
Pokémon Ranger Twiggy
カオリ Kaori
Reward: $2,480
Gloom Gloom Lv.29
No item
Exeggutor Exeggutor Lv.31
No item


Item Location Games
TM Grass VI TM86 (Grass Knot) Reward for defeating Ramos  X  Y 

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Artwork depicting the Coumarine Gym is seen in Ramos's mindscape.

Ramos & Victreebel
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In the anime

The Coumarine Gym appeared in The Green, Green Grass Types of Home!, being located on the top of a giant tree near Coumarine City. Located in the same place were also Ramos's garden and library.

Before starting the Gym battle, Ramos had Ash and his friends drink some tea and help him in his garden. During the Gym battle itself, Ash used his Fletchinder, Hawlucha, and Frogadier against Ramos's Jumpluff, Weepinbell, and Gogoat. After an eventful battle, Ash eventually emerged victorious when his Frogadier defeated Gogoat, earning Ash his fourth Kalos League Badge, the Plant Badge.

The Gym appeared again in Under the Pledging Tree!, where it was called the Pledging Tree (Japanese: 誓いの樹 Vow Tree). According to a legend, a Trainer and his Pokémon, who had traveled far and wide before eventually settling down to the future location of Coumarine City, had planted the tree long time ago. Once a year, people of the city hold a festival under the tree, where Trainers give presents to their Pokémon to celebrate their bonds with them.

In A Towering Takeover!, Ramos was seen watching Lysandre's broadcast from Lumiose City at his Gym.

Pokémon used in the Gym

Ramos's Jumpluff
Jumpluff was sent out and used Sunny Day to get rid of the snowstorm caused by the angry Vanillish and Vanilluxe, which allowed Sunflora to use Solar Beam on the ground to melt the snow.

Jumpluff was also the first Pokémon that Ramos used during his Gym battle with Ash, sending it out to face Ash's Fletchinder. Even though it was able to boost its Defense and Speed to withstand and avoid Fletchinder's attacks, the Ember Pokémon managed to boost its own Speed with Flame Charge so that it was finally able to reach Jumpluff and defeat it.

Jumpluff's known moves are Sunny Day and Cotton Guard, and its Ability is Chlorophyll.

Debut Thawing an Icy Panic!
Ramos's Weepinbell
Weepinbell was the second Pokémon that Ramos used during the Gym battle with Ash. Despite being at a type disadvantage, it managed to defeat both Ash's Fletchinder and Hawlucha, partially thanks to the poison inflicted on them by its Poison Powder. However, it eventually fell to an Aerial Ace attack from Ash's Frogadier.

Weepinbell's known moves are Poison Powder, Razor Leaf, Slam, and Grass Knot, and its Ability is Chlorophyll.

Debut The Green, Green Grass Types of Home!
Voice actors
English Jake Paque
Ramos's Gogoat
Ramos has a Gogoat as his main Pokémon. It was first seen with its Trainer when Ramos met Ash and his friends arrived after Clemont accidentally destroyed Ramos's gate. It was later seen in the city when the snowstorm began. It used Vine Whip to rescue Ash after he was trying to calm down an angry Vanillish and Vanilluxe who caused the snowstorm, whom attacked him. After they and a Vanillite were captured by Team Rocket's mecha. It used its powerful attacks to defeat the mecha, along with Luxio, Fennekin, Pikachu, and Frogadier.

Gogoat was also the last Pokémon that Ramos used during Ash's Coumarine Gym battle, sending it out to face Ash's Frogadier. During the battle, Gogoat demonstrated its strong Grass-type attacks, which were almost enough to defeat Frogadier, until Ash recalled a lesson that Ramos had taught him about gardening, and used it to come up with a winning strategy, allowing Frogadier to eventually defeat Gogoat with a Water Pulse.

Gogoat's known moves are Grass Knot, Vine Whip, Leech Seed, Razor Leaf, and Horn Leech.

Debut Thawing an Icy Panic!
Voice actors
Japanese Unsho Ishizuka
English Unsho Ishizuka


Gym Leaders of the Kalos region
Santalune Gym Bug Badge
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Cyllage Gym Cliff Badge
XY Grant Icon.png
Shalour Gym Rumble Badge
XY Korrina Icon.png
Coumarine Gym Plant Badge
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Lumiose Gym Voltage Badge
XY Clemont Icon.png
Laverre Gym Fairy Badge
XY Valerie Icon.png
Anistar Gym Psychic Badge
XY Olympia Icon.png
Snowbelle Gym Iceberg Badge
XY Wulfric Icon.png

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