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| Hurray for Heracross/Heads On Heracross
Hurray for Heracross or Heads On Heracross (Japanese: VS ヘラクロス VS Heracros) is the 134th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.
Suicune enters the Ruins of Alph and sees Bugsy tell some researchers about the Unown. Suddenly, an Unown G comes off the wall. Bugsy sends out his Heracross and then uses his net to catch the Unown. Afterwards, Bugsy hands the Unown to one of the researchers to study. Bugsy then walks off, but sees something and decides to follow it.
He ends up at a chamber that has written on it. Bugsy determines that it is referring to an Escape Rope. He gets out an Escape Rope, which causes the wall in front of him to crumble. Bugsy almost gets hit by debris, but his Heracross protects him.
Behind the rubble is Suicune, who starts to battle Bugsy. He sends out his two Metapod and two Kakuna. Heracross rams into Suicune, but is thrown upward by Suicune. The Metapod and Kakuna all use String Shot and some more sticky material comes out of Bugsy's net. He reveals that it is a Capture Net, which uses the same material as Poké Balls. Suicune starts to be pulled into a Great Ball, but breaks the net with an Aurora Beam.
Afterwards Bugsy sees another chamber, this time with the inscription: . The next day, Bugsy tells the research forum that the inscription translates to Ho-Oh.
- For a list of all major events in the Pokémon Adventures manga, please see the timeline of events.
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- Bugsy's research colleagues
- The Unown symbols that Bugsy finds translates to 'ANANUKE' yet when Bugsy's device translates it, it becomes 'ROPE ESCAPE". When he finds another set of symbols that translates to 'HOUOU', Bugsy translates it to Ho-Oh. Houou is the Japanese name for Ho-Oh.
- Technically, that isn't an error, only a double translation. The 'ANANUKE' is the romaji of a shortened version of the Japanese name for Escape Rope. Since the symbols were backwards, the translation will be backwards too.
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