Blue (game)

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Blue
グリーン Green
Blue HD.png
General
Age: 15 or more
Hometown: Pallet Town
Region: Kanto
Family: Daisy, Professor Oak
Badge: Earth Badge
Type: Mix
Friends:
Debut:
Class: Gym Leader
"Yo! Finally got here, huh? I wasn't in the mood at Cinnabar, but now I'm ready to battle you. ... You're telling me you conquered all the Gyms in Johto? Heh! Johto's Gyms must be pretty pathetic then. Hey, don't worry about it. I'll know if you are good or not by battling you right now. Ready, Johto Champ?"
— Blue, Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal.

Blue Oak (オーキド・グリーン Green Ōkido) is the player's rival in the Generation I games and their remakes, and is a Pokémon Champion for a short while. During the Generation II games, Blue serves as the Gym Leader of Viridian City's Gym in the absence of Giovanni.

Blue is unique as a Gym Leader, because he has no set type for his Gym, and instead uses a variety of Pokémon. He gives the Earth Badge to trainers able to defeat him.

In the anime

Main article: Gary Oak

Blue has never officially been featured in the Pokémon anime series. He is however, the basis for the character Gary Oak. Gary's appearance, attitude, and relationships with other characters have been modeled after and are similar to Blue.

In the manga

Main article: Blue (Manga)

In the games

As previously noted, Blue serves as the player's Rival in the Generation I and Generation III remake games. In Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver (Generations II and IV), Blue has a less involved role, as the Viridian City Gym Leader.

Red and Blue

In Pokémon Red and Blue, the player first meets Blue in Professor Oak's Lab , where he gives both a starter Pokémon.
The original artwork for Blue.
Despite the player first meeting Blue at the games start, the characters have evidently known each other for a long time, as stated by Professor Oak. As with every game, whichever Pokémon the player chooses, the rival (Blue) will choose the type that is effective against it (e.g. player chooses Bulbasaur (Grass), rival will then choose Charmander (Fire).

Later, after receiving the Pokédex, Blue will set out to find every Pokémon and be one step ahead of the player. As the player progresses through the game, they will encounter their rival in several locations and have to battle him every time. However, the player does not fight Blue in Lavender Town when he appears.

Toward the end, after receiving all eight Gym Badges and defeating all of the Elite Four, it is revealed that Blue has already defeated the Elite Four and has become the Pokémon Champion. Challenging him, the player will battle Blue for the title; when Blue is defeated, Professor Oak will come in and induct the player into the Hall of Fame.

Blue's appearance in the original games changes twice throughout the game. His second appearance is similar to the first, with the addition of a backpack and a Poké Ball. The third, his appearance as the Pokémon Champion, looks almost completely different, with all new attire and different hair.

For a complete listing of Blue's Pokémon in these games, see Blue's Pokémon teams (Red and Blue).

Pokémon League Champion

If the player chose Bulbasaur:

Blue3(RB)Sprite.PNG
Blue
Prize money: Poké Dollar.png6435
Pidgeot
Pidgeot RB.png
NormalFlying
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam RB.png
Psychic
Level 59
Ability: None
Item: None
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Rhydon
File:Rhydon RB.png
GroundRock
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Exeggutor
File:Exeggutor RB.png
GrassPsychic
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Hypnosis
Barrage
Stomp
Gyarados
File:Gyarados RB.png
WaterFlying
Level 63
Ability: None
Item: None
Dragon Rage
Hydro Pump
Hyper Beam
Leer
Charizard
Charizard RB.png
FireFlying
Level 65
Ability: None
Item: None
Fire Blast
Rage
Slash
Fire Spin

If the player chose Charmander:

Pidgeot
Pidgeot RB.png
NormalFlying
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam RB.png
Psychic
Level 59
Ability: None
Item: None
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Rhydon
File:Rhydon RB.png
GroundRock
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Arcanine
File:Arcanine RB.png
Fire
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Roar
Leer
Ember
Take Down
Exeggutor
File:Exeggutor RB.png
GrassPsychic
Level 63
Ability: None
Item: None
Hypnosis
Barrage
Stomp
Blastoise
File:Blastoise RB.png
Water
Level 65
Ability: None
Item: None
Hydro Pump
Blizzard
Bite
Withdraw

If the player chose Squirtle:

Pidgeot
Pidgeot RB.png
NormalFlying
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Wing Attack
Mirror Move
Sky Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam RB.png
Psychic
Level 59
Ability: None
Item: None
Psybeam
Psychic
Reflect
Recover
Rhydon
File:Rhydon RB.png
GroundRock
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Leer
Tail Whip
Fury Attack
Horn Drill
Gyarados
File:Gyarados RB.png
WaterFlying
Level 61
Ability: None
Item: None
Dragon Rage
Hydro Pump
Hyper Beam
Leer
Arcanine
File:Arcanine RB.png
Fire
Level 63
Ability: None
Item: None
Roar
Leer
Ember
Take Down
Venusaur
Venusaur RB.png
GrassPoison
Level 65
Ability: None
Item: None
Growth
Mega Drain
Razor Leaf
SolarBeam

Yellow

Blue's role in Yellow is similar to that of the Red and Blue version. In this game however, his appearance is more similar to Gary's appearance
Green (game).png
from the anime series. Also, instead of choosing the opposite Pokémon, Blue chooses Eevee as it is the only one, while the player must take Pikachu.

The first two battles with Blue are the deciding factor for what his Eevee will evolve into. It is decided on whether the player wins or loses the battles in Professor Oak's lab and on Route 22, or simply skips the latter area.

In these games, Blue's appearance also alters twice after a while, though not as dramatic as the champion appearance in the Red and Blue games. The battle sprite simply are in new poses each time. He is still the Champion until you defeat him.

For a complete listing of Blue's Pokémon in this game, see here.

Pokémon League Champion

If Eevee evolved into Jolteon:

Sandslash
Sandslash(Y)Sprite.png
 Ground
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Slash
Fury Swipes
Poison Sting
Earthquake
Alakazam
Alakazam(Y)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 59 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Psychic
Kinesis
Psybeam
Recover
Exeggutor
YellowExeggutor.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Leech Seed
Barrage
Hypnosis
Stomp
Cloyster
YellowCloyster.png
 WaterIce 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Spike Cannon
Ice Beam
Clamp
Aurora Beam
Ninetales
Ninetales Y.png
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 63 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Fire Spin
Tail Whip
Quick Attack
Confuse Ray
Jolteon
Jolteon(Y)Sprite.png
 Type Electric.gif
Lv. 65 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Thunder
Thunderbolt
Quick Attack
Pin Missile

If Eevee evolved into Flareon:

Sandslash
Sandslash(Y)Sprite.png
 Ground
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Slash
Fury Swipes
Poison Sting
Earthquake
Alakazam
Alakazam(Y)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 59 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Psychic
Kinesis
Psybeam
Recover
Exeggutor
YellowExeggutor.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Leech Seed
Barrage
Hypnosis
Stomp
Magneton
YellowMagneton.png
 Electric
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Thunder Wave
Swift
Thunderbolt
Screech
Cloyster
YellowCloyster.png
 Type Water.gifType Ice.gif 
Lv. 63 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Spike Cannon
Ice Beam
Clamp
Aurora Beam
Flareon
YellowFlareon.png
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 65 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Flamethrower
Quick Attack
Smog
Fire Spin

If Eevee evolved into Vaporeon:

Sandslash
Sandslash(Y)Sprite.png
 Ground
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Slash
Fury Swipes
Poison Sting
Earthquake
Alakazam
Alakazam(Y)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 59 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Psychic
Kinesis
Psybeam
Recover
Exeggutor
YellowExeggutor.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Leech Seed
Barrage
Hypnosis
Stomp
Ninetales
Ninetales Y.png
 Fire
Lv. 61 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Fire Spin
Tail Whip
Quick Attack
Confuse Ray
Magneton
YellowMagneton.png
 Type Electric.gif
Lv. 63 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Thunder Wave
Swift
Thunderbolt
Screech
Vaporeon
Vaporeon(Y)Sprite.png
 Type Water.gif
Lv. 65 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Hydro Pump
Quick Attack
Mist
Aurora Beam


Gold, Silver and Crystal

Blue's role in the Generation II games is far less involved when compare to the previous. After the disappearance of Giovanni, the former Head of Team Rocket and Viridian Gym Leader, Blue takes over the Gym. Unfortunately for trainers, he is never usually at the Gym, making it hard to battle at the Gym. Unlike any other known Gym Leaders, Blue uses a variety of types in his Pokémon team.

Exeggutor
GoldExeggutor.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 58
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Sunny Day
Leech Seed
Egg Bomb
SolarBeam
Alakazam
GoldAlakazam.png
 Psychic
Lv. 54
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Recover
Psychic
Reflect
Disable
Arcanine
GoldArcanine.png
 Fire
Lv. 58
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Roar
Swift
Flamethrower
ExtremeSpeed
Rhydon
GoldRhydon.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 56
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Fury Attack
Sandstorm
Rock Slide
Earthquake
Gyarados
Gyarados(S)Sprite.png
 Type Water.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 58
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Twister
Hydro Pump
Rain Dance
Hyper Beam
Pidgeot
GoldPidgeot.png
 Type Normal.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 56
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Wing Attack
Whirlwind
Quick Attack
Mirror Move


FireRed and LeafGreen

Blue's role in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen is exactly the same as in Red and Blue. The only slight difference however is that his appearance does not change throughout the games.

For a complete listiing of Blue's Pokémon teams in this game, see here.

Pokémon League Champion

If Player Chooses Bulbasaur:

Pidgeot
Pidgeot(FRLG)Sprite.png
 NormalFlying 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Keen Eye
Item: None
Aerial Ace
Featherdance
Sand Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam(FrLg)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 57 -
Ability: Synchronize
Item: None
Psychic
Reflect
Future Sight
Recover
Rhydon
Rhydon(FrLg)Sprite.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Rock Head
Item: None
Rock Tomb
Scary Face
Earthquake
Take Down
Exeggutor
Exeggutor(FRLG)Sprite.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: Chlorophyll
Item: None
Sleep Powder
Light Screen
Giga Drain
Egg Bomb
Gyarados
Gyarados(FRLG)Sprite.png
 Type Water.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Bite
Hydro Pump
Dragon Rage
Thrash
Charizard
Charizard FRLG.png
 Type Fire.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 63 -
Ability: Blaze
Item: Sitrus Berry
Fire Blast
Slash
Fire Spin
Aerial Ace

If Player Chooses Charmander:

Pidgeot
Pidgeot(FRLG)Sprite.png
 NormalFlying 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Keen Eye
Item: None
Aerial Ace
Featherdance
Sand Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam(FrLg)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 57 -
Ability: Synchronize
Item: None
Psychic
Reflect
Future Sight
Recover
Rhyhorn
Rhydon(FrLg)Sprite.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Rock Head
Item: None
Rock Tomb
Scary Face
Earthquake
Take Down
Exeggutor
Exeggutor(FRLG)Sprite.png
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 61 -
Ability: Chlorophyll
Item: None
Sleep Powder
Light Screen
Giga Drain
Egg Bomb
Arcanine
Arcanine(FrLg)Sprite.png
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Flamethrower
ExtremeSpeed
Bite
Roar
Blastoise
Blastoise(FRLG)Sprite.png
 Type Water.gif
Lv. 63 -
Ability: Torrent
Item: Sitrus Berry
Rain Dance
Bite
Skull Bash
Hydro Pump

If Player Chooses Squirtle:

Pidgeot
Pidgeot(FRLG)Sprite.png
 NormalFlying 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Keen Eye
Item: None
Aerial Ace
Featherdance
Sand Attack
Whirlwind
Alakazam
Alakazam(FrLg)Sprite.png
 Psychic
Lv. 57 -
Ability: Synchronize
Item: None
Psychic
Reflect
Future Sight
Recover
Rhydon
Rhydon(FrLg)Sprite.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Rock Head
Item: None
Rock Tomb
Scary Face
Earthquake
Take Down
Arcanine
Arcanine(FrLg)Sprite.png
 Fire
Lv. 61 -
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Flamethrower
ExtremeSpeed
Bite
Roar
Gyarados
Gyarados(FRLG)Sprite.png
 Type Water.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 59 -
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Bite
Hydro Pump
Dragon Rage
Thrash
Venusaur
Venusaur(FRLG)Sprite.png
 Type Grass.gifType Poison.gif 
Lv. 63 -
Ability: Overgrow
Item: Sitrus Berry
Sunny Day
Synthesis
SolarBeam
Growth


HeartGold and SoulSilver

Blue's role in the Generation IV games is far less involved compared to FireRed and LeafGreen. Much similar to its namesakes Gold and Silver, Blue becomes the leader of the Viridian Gym. He still uses a variety of Pokémon. In these games, he is the strongest Gym Leader in Kanto but Red surpasses him.

Gym Battle
Pidgeot
HGSSPidgeot.png
 NormalFlying 
Lv. 60
Ability: Tangled Feet
Item: None
Whirlwind
Mirror Move
Return
Air Slash
Rhydon
HGSSRhydon.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 58
Ability: Rock Head
Item: None
Earthquake
Stone Edge
Megahorn
Thunder Fang
Machamp
HGSSMachamp.png
 Fighting
Lv. 56
Ability: No Guard
Item: None
ThunderPunch
DynamicPunch
Earthquake
Stone Edge
Gyarados
Gyarados HGSS.png
 WaterFlying 
Lv. 52
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Dragon Dance
Return
Ice Fang
Waterfall
Exeggutor
HGSSExeggutor.png
 Type Grass.gifType Psychic.gif 
Lv. 55
Ability: Chlorophyll
Item: None
Psychic
Hypnosis
Leaf Storm
Trick Room
Arcanine
HGSSArcanine.png
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 58
Ability: Intimidate
Item: None
Roar
Dragon Pulse
Flare Blitz
ExtremeSpeed
Rematch
Pidgeot
HGSSPidgeot.png
 NormalFlying 
Lv. 72
Ability: Tangled Feet
Item: None
Double Team
Steel Wing
Return
Air Slash
Rhyperior
RhyperiorHGSSSprite.png
 GroundRock 
Lv. 70
Ability: Solid Rock
Item: None
Earthquake
Stone Edge
Megahorn
Thunder Fang
Machamp
HGSSMachamp.png
 Fighting
Lv. 69
Ability: No Guard
Item: Iron Ball
Fling
DynamicPunch
Attract
Stone Edge
Tyranitar
HGSSTyranitar.png
 RockDark 
Lv. 70
Ability: Sand Stream
Item: None
Low Kick
Rock Slide
Fire Fang
Earthquake
Exeggutor
HGSSExeggutor.png
 Type Grass.gifType Psychic.gif 
Lv. 67
Ability: Chlorophyll
Item: None
Psychic
Explosion
Leaf Storm
Trick Room
Arcanine
HGSSArcanine.png
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 68
Ability: Flash Fire
Item: None
Thunder Fang
Crunch
Flare Blitz
ExtremeSpeed


Black 2 and White 2

Champion League Tournament
Aerodactyl
80x80px
 RockFlying 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Rock Head
Item: None
Stone Edge
Earthquake
Ice Fang
Fire Blast
Exeggutor
80x80px
 GrassPsychic 
Lv. 50
Ability: Chlorophyll
Item: Life Orb
Leaf Storm
Wood Hammer
Zen Headbutt
Leech Seed
Gyarados
80x80px
 WaterFlying 
Lv. 50
Ability: Intimidate
Item: King's Rock
Waterfall
Earthquake
Ice Fang
Outrage
Alakazam
80x80px
 Psychic
Lv. 50
Ability: Synchronize
Item: Focus Sash
Psychic
Focus Blast
Shadow Ball
Reflect
Arcanine
80x80px
 Type Fire.gif
Lv. 50
Ability: Intimidate
Item: Expert Belt
Flare Blitz
Earth Power
Wild Charge
Extremespeed
Machamp
80x80px
 Type Fighting.gif
Lv. 50
Ability: Guts
Item: White Herb
Superpower
Stone Edge
Fire Punch
Bullet Punch


Sprites

First Battle Sprite from Gen. I Second Battle Sprite from Gen. I Third Battle Sprite from Gen. I First Battle Sprite from Y Second Battle Sprite from Y Third Battle Sprite from Y Battle Sprite from Gen. II Blue in the intro to FRLG
Blue1(RB)Sprite.png
Blue2(RB)Sprite.png
Blue3(RB)Sprite.PNG
Blue1(Y)Sprite.png
Blue2(Y)Sprite.png
Blue3(Y)Sprite.png
Blue(GSC)Sprite.png
First Battle Sprite from Gen. III Second Battle Sprite from Gen. III Third Battle Sprite from Gen. III Blue in the credits for FRLG Battle Sprite from Gen. IV VS Sprite from Gen. IV Battle Sprite from Gen. V
Blue1.png
Blue2.png
Blue(FrLg)Sprite.png
BlueHGSS.gif
VSBlue.png
BlueB2W2.gif