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|region = Kanto
 
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|class = Gym Leader
 
|class = Gym Leader
 
|firstappear = [[IL058: Riddle Me This|Riddle Me This]]
 
|firstappear = [[IL058: Riddle Me This|Riddle Me This]]
|voiceact = Michael Haigney}}
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|voiceact = Toshiya Ueda (Japanese)<br/>[[Michael Haigney]] (English)
'''Blaine''' is a Gym Leader appearing in ''[[Pokémon: Indigo League]]''.
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'''Blaine''' is a character appearing in ''[[Pokémon: Indigo League]]'', who is the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Cinnabar Island]] in the [[Kanto]] region.
   
==Biography==
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==Appearance==
===Season 1: Indigo League===
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Blaine is naturally bald, but has shoulder-length, light gray hair in each sides and brown eyes. He also wears a dark blond, long-haired wig when he conceals his baldness, and wears sunglasses and a fake moustache. Blaine also wears an orange long sleeve loose hawaiian v-neck shirt with a matching green long necklace on his neck and purple at the edge, as well as some red pants and black boots.
[[File:Blaine, disguised.jpg|thumb|175px|left|Blaine disguised]]
 
Blaine had become disturbed by the fact that Cinnabar Island had become filled with tourists, and no serious trainers. In his disguise, he would give out many riddles to tourists and visitors, including [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] and his friends. With [[Misty (anime)|Misty]] able to figure out many of the riddles, the group found the hidden Gym and figured out that Blaine was in a disguise the whole time. This then led to Ash's gym battle, where he used his [[Ash's Squirtle|Squirtle]], [[Ash's Charizard|Charizard]], and [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] against [[Blaine's Ninetales]], [[Blaine's Rhydon|Rhydon]], and the most powerful member of the team, [[Blaine's Magmar|Magmar]].
 
   
After an incident where Team Rocket endangered the island, and destroyed the Gym, Ash, his friends, and Blaine had to fix the problem, where Charizard and Magmar developed a rivalry.
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Blaine's disguised black sunglasses are replaced with a brown thin-framed sunglasses after he removes both his sunglasses and his fake moustache at the Gym. However, he maintains his outfit while he keeps his long blond wig after Ash surrendered the match.
   
Blaine allowed Ash to have a rematch with him shortly after, this time over the volcano where the gym was located. Blaine using his Magmar caused Charizard to participate in the battle. After a hard fought battle, Charizard used [[Seismic Toss]] on Magmar, ending it. Upon leaving Blaine rewarded Ash with his Volcano Badge.
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==Personality==
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Blaine is not pleased by the amount of the tourists that visit the Cinnabar Island. Still, he hopes for a good battle and gives out riddles to certain people that could qualify as challengers.
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==Biography==
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===Pokémon the Series: The Beginning===
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[[File:Blaine, disguised.jpg|thumb|Blaine disguised]]
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Blaine had become disturbed by the fact that Cinnabar Island had become filled with tourists, and no serious trainers willing to battle him for the Volcano Badge. In his disguise as the manager of the Big Riddle Inn, he would give out many riddles to tourists and visitors, including [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] and his friends. With [[Misty (anime)|Misty]] able to figure out many of the riddles, the group found the hidden Gym and figured out that Blaine was in a disguise the whole time. This then led to Ash's gym battle, where Ash used his [[Ash's Squirtle|Squirtle]] against [[Blaine's Ninetales]]. Squirtle was quickly knocked out, so Ash sent his [[Ash's Charizard|Charizard]], while Blaine his [[Blaine's Rhydon|Rhydon]]. Just as Rhydon was to use Horn Drill, Charizard started disobeying and was deemed as unable to battle. As such, [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] was sent out, who electrocuted Rhydon by emitting electricity on its horn. For his last Pokémon, Blaine sent [[Blaine's Magmar|Magmar]], who burned Pikachu with Fire Punch. Pikachu was barely hanging on, as Magmar launched Fire Blast.<ref name="IL058">[[IL058: Riddle Me This]]</ref>
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Pikachu avoided the Fire Blast, but it left his backside singed from the heat of the flames. Ash surrendered the match, deciding that losing Pikachu was not worth earning the Volcano Badge afterwards, an action which Blaine noted as wise. Blaine put his disguise back on and left the battlefield, promising Ash that they would battle again someday. Later on, Blaine emerged from his quarters, as the tremors coming from his gym were a bad sign that the volcano was erupting. It was a side-effect of Team Rocket's attempts to capture Magmar that, in their panic, was causing the volcano to awaken, as Team Rocket tried to freeze the cave. Blaine warned that Team Rocket's actions could make the volcano erupt, but Team Rocket ignored him and continued freezing the cave in their panicked state. A fissure blasted Team Rocket away, while the volcano started erupting. With no other choice, Blaine had Magmar start throwing rocks to divert the lava elsewhere, with Charizard helping it out, and later Brock's Geodude and Onix and Ash's Pikachu also helping them both to throw more rocks to stop the lava from flowing and prevent the eruption. Blaine thanked Ash for helping stop the eruption, and agreeed to give Ash a rematch for the Volcano Badge. However, Team Rocket's actions destroyed the battle platform for the gym, so everyone climbed to the top of the volcano, where Blaine allowed Ash to have a rematch with him. Blaine, using his Magmar, caused Charizard to participate in the battle. Both Magmar and Charizard are equally matched when hitting with Flamethrower, but upon hitting Charizard with Magmar's Fire Blast, Charizard manages to lift and toss the ability into the sky. Magmar managed to hit Charizard with Skull Bash, causing him to fall into the lava but manage to fly away. Soon enough, Magmar manages to pull Ash's Charizard in to the magma. Ash became saddened thinking Charizard was killed. However, Charizard emerged while flying with Magmar in tow, it used an aerial [[Submission]] to make Magmar dizzy and then used [[Seismic Toss]] to throw it, ending the battle with Ash as the winner when Magmar passed out after a few seconds from recovering being thrown into the volcano by Charizard. Upon leaving the Big Riddle Inn, Blaine rewarded Ash with his Volcano Badge, following one final riddle about it.<ref name="IL059">[[IL059: Volcanic Panic]]</ref>
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
 
===On hand===
 
===On hand===
{{AnimePokémon
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{{Trainer's Pokémon|type = fire|image = Blaine Ninetales.png|info = Ninetales was the first Pokémon Blaine used in his Gym Battle with Ash. It easily defeated his Squirtle with [[Fire Spin]].|nameline = [[Blaine's Ninetales|Ninetales]]}}
|type = fire
 
|image = Blaine Ninetales.png
 
|info = Ninetales was the first Pokémon Blaine used in his Gym Battle with Ash. It easily defeated his Squirtle with [[Fire Spin]].
 
|nameline = [[Blaine's Ninetales|Ninetales]]}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = ground
 
|type2 = rock
 
|image = Blaine Rhydon.png
 
|info = Rhydon was the second Pokémon Blaine used in his Gym Battle with Ash. It won against Ash's Charizard when it left the ring but lost to Pikachu when it shocked its horn like a lightning rod.
 
It should be noted that some Rhydon possessed the ability to use [[Lightning Rod]] and that all of them were immune to Electric attacks. However, Ash's battle with Blaine took place before abilities were introduced.
 
|nameline = [[Blaine's Rhydon|Rhydon]]}}
 
{{AnimePokémon
 
|type = fire
 
|image = Blaine Magmar.png
 
|info = Magmar is Blaine's last, and most powerful, Pokémon. It gave Ash's Pikachu quite a beating before Ash forfeit. When Team Rocket froze the volcano Magmar had to clog up a lava flow from the inside. After receiving help from Charizard, it wanted to see how strong it can be so Blaine challenged Ash to a rematch where Ash won the Volcano Badge.
 
|nameline = [[Blaine's Magmar|Magmar]]}}
 
   
==Episode appearances==
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{{Trainer's Pokémon|type = ground|type2 = rock|image = Blaine Rhydon.png|info = Rhydon was the second Pokémon Blaine used in his Gym Battle with Ash. It won against Ash's Charizard when it left the ring but lost to Pikachu when it shocked its horn like a lightning rod.|nameline = [[Blaine's Rhydon|Rhydon]]}}
{{EpisodeAppearTop|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}
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{{EpisodeAppearMid|season = Pokémon: Indigo League|EP# = IL058|title =Riddle Me This}}
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{{Trainer's Pokémon|type = fire|image = Blaine Magmar.png|info = Magmar is Blaine's last, and most powerful, Pokémon. It gave Ash's Pikachu quite a beating before Ash forfeit. When Team Rocket froze the volcano Magmar had to clog up a lava flow from the inside. After receiving help from Charizard, it wanted to see how strong it can be so Blaine challenged Ash to a rematch where Ash won the Volcano Badge.|nameline = [[Blaine's Magmar|Magmar]]}}
{{EpisodeAppearMid|season = Pokémon: Indigo League|EP# = IL059|title =Volcanic Panic}}
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{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}
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==Voice actors==
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*'''Polish''': Wojciech Majchrzak
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*'''Spanish''': Luis Mas
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*'''Iberian Spanish''': Bardo Miranda
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
[[Blaine]]
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*[[Blaine (Adventures)]]
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*[[Blaine (Origins)]]
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
   
 
{{Pokémon IL char}}
 
{{Pokémon IL char}}
[[Category:Male Characters]]
 
 
[[Category:Gym Leaders]]
 
[[Category:Gym Leaders]]
[[Category:Fire Pokémon User]]
 

Revision as of 01:11, August 31, 2019

For the variant appearing in the games, see Blaine.

Blaine is a character appearing in Pokémon: Indigo League, who is the Gym Leader of Cinnabar Island in the Kanto region.

Appearance

Blaine is naturally bald, but has shoulder-length, light gray hair in each sides and brown eyes. He also wears a dark blond, long-haired wig when he conceals his baldness, and wears sunglasses and a fake moustache. Blaine also wears an orange long sleeve loose hawaiian v-neck shirt with a matching green long necklace on his neck and purple at the edge, as well as some red pants and black boots.

Blaine's disguised black sunglasses are replaced with a brown thin-framed sunglasses after he removes both his sunglasses and his fake moustache at the Gym. However, he maintains his outfit while he keeps his long blond wig after Ash surrendered the match.

Personality

Blaine is not pleased by the amount of the tourists that visit the Cinnabar Island. Still, he hopes for a good battle and gives out riddles to certain people that could qualify as challengers.

Biography

Pokémon the Series: The Beginning

Blaine, disguised

Blaine disguised

Blaine had become disturbed by the fact that Cinnabar Island had become filled with tourists, and no serious trainers willing to battle him for the Volcano Badge. In his disguise as the manager of the Big Riddle Inn, he would give out many riddles to tourists and visitors, including Ash and his friends. With Misty able to figure out many of the riddles, the group found the hidden Gym and figured out that Blaine was in a disguise the whole time. This then led to Ash's gym battle, where Ash used his Squirtle against Blaine's Ninetales. Squirtle was quickly knocked out, so Ash sent his Charizard, while Blaine his Rhydon. Just as Rhydon was to use Horn Drill, Charizard started disobeying and was deemed as unable to battle. As such, Pikachu was sent out, who electrocuted Rhydon by emitting electricity on its horn. For his last Pokémon, Blaine sent Magmar, who burned Pikachu with Fire Punch. Pikachu was barely hanging on, as Magmar launched Fire Blast.[1]

Pikachu avoided the Fire Blast, but it left his backside singed from the heat of the flames. Ash surrendered the match, deciding that losing Pikachu was not worth earning the Volcano Badge afterwards, an action which Blaine noted as wise. Blaine put his disguise back on and left the battlefield, promising Ash that they would battle again someday. Later on, Blaine emerged from his quarters, as the tremors coming from his gym were a bad sign that the volcano was erupting. It was a side-effect of Team Rocket's attempts to capture Magmar that, in their panic, was causing the volcano to awaken, as Team Rocket tried to freeze the cave. Blaine warned that Team Rocket's actions could make the volcano erupt, but Team Rocket ignored him and continued freezing the cave in their panicked state. A fissure blasted Team Rocket away, while the volcano started erupting. With no other choice, Blaine had Magmar start throwing rocks to divert the lava elsewhere, with Charizard helping it out, and later Brock's Geodude and Onix and Ash's Pikachu also helping them both to throw more rocks to stop the lava from flowing and prevent the eruption. Blaine thanked Ash for helping stop the eruption, and agreeed to give Ash a rematch for the Volcano Badge. However, Team Rocket's actions destroyed the battle platform for the gym, so everyone climbed to the top of the volcano, where Blaine allowed Ash to have a rematch with him. Blaine, using his Magmar, caused Charizard to participate in the battle. Both Magmar and Charizard are equally matched when hitting with Flamethrower, but upon hitting Charizard with Magmar's Fire Blast, Charizard manages to lift and toss the ability into the sky. Magmar managed to hit Charizard with Skull Bash, causing him to fall into the lava but manage to fly away. Soon enough, Magmar manages to pull Ash's Charizard in to the magma. Ash became saddened thinking Charizard was killed. However, Charizard emerged while flying with Magmar in tow, it used an aerial Submission to make Magmar dizzy and then used Seismic Toss to throw it, ending the battle with Ash as the winner when Magmar passed out after a few seconds from recovering being thrown into the volcano by Charizard. Upon leaving the Big Riddle Inn, Blaine rewarded Ash with his Volcano Badge, following one final riddle about it.[2]

Pokémon

On hand

Voice actors

  • Polish: Wojciech Majchrzak
  • Spanish: Luis Mas
  • Iberian Spanish: Bardo Miranda

See also

References


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