|Trainer class||Elite Four (former),|
Gym Leader (former;
|Leader of||Lavaridge Gym|
|Anime debut||Poetry Commotion!|
|English voice actor||Sean Schemmel|
|Japanese voice actor||Takashi Nagasako|
In the anime
However, Mr. Moore returned because of his worries that his granddaughter would have a hard time taking on the responsibilities as Gym Leader. He came back disguised three times to the Gym. The first disguise he used was a purple-colored suit with a brown mustache and wig which he used with a pair of binoculars to spy on the Gym's current state from afar. His second disguise consisted of tan shorts and a floral print shirt with a blond wig which he used to help his granddaughter find the Gym's Heat Badges. His third disguise was of a judge sent from the Committee for Popularizing Pokémon Gym Judging, referred to as the CPPGJ for short.
Mr. Moore also officiated the Gym battle between his granddaughter and Ash, and helped defeat Team Rocket when they tried to steal Flannery's Torkoal. At the end of the battle with Ash, Mr. Moore evaluates Flannery's performance and tells her that he has high expectations for Flannery's career as a Gym Leader.
Mr. Moore is a cheery individual with a fiery temperament in battle. He was initially concerned by Flannery's handling of the Lavaridge Gym, though later admitted in Going, Going, Yawn that she had the potential to make a great Gym Leader.
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This listing is of Mr. Moore's known Pokémon:
|Mr. Moore's Typhlosion was first seen in a flashback scene when Flannery was speaking about how strong it is and how it and its Trainer were an absolutely unbeatable team until the time he decided to get involved in Pokémon poetry. He used it to battle Team Rocket after they tried to escape with Flannery's Torkoal.|
|Mr. Moore used his Wingull to punch a hole in Team Rocket's balloon as they were trying to escape with Flannery's Torkoal.
None of Wingull's moves are known.
In the games
In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, a man in Fallarbor Town mentions that Flannery's grandfather used to be a member of the Elite Four. This fact is also mentioned by Flannery herself during the Pokémon World Tournament in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 and in Pokémon Masters EX. However, it is not mentioned which side of the family either grandfather is on.
In the manga
- Mr. Moore's tendency to wear disguises mimics that of Blaine, another Fire-type Gym Leader.
|This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|