Jasmine

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Jasmine
ミカン Mikan
JasmineHGSS.png
""The Steel-Clad Defense Girl""
General
Age: 17 or more
Hometown: Olivine City
Region: Johto
Family: Grandfather
Badge: Mineral Badge
Type: Steel
Friends:
  • Unknown
Debut:
Class: Gym Leader
/Coordinator
"Thank you for your help at the Lighthouse... But this is different. Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jasmine, a Gym Leader. I use the...clang! Steel type! ...Do you know about the Steel type? They are very hard, cold, sharp, and really strong! Um... I'm not lying."
— -Jasmine, Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Jasmine (ミカン Mikan) makes two appearances in Gen. II and Gen. IV. In Gen. II, she is the Gym Leader of Olivine City. Defeating her will give you the Mineral Badge. In Gen. IV, she appears when you reach the beach at Sunyshore City and will give you the HM08 Waterfall.

In addition, if you make it to a Master Rank Pokémon Contests, you will go up against her and her Steelix.

She does amazing in the both the Dress up and Dance categories, but faulters in the performance of moves. Jasmine appears in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum in Sunyshore City.

In the Anime

Jasmine's old look

In the Anime she was voiced by Tara Sands back in Johto League Champions and Pokémon Master Quest, and she was voiced by Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld in Sinnoh League Victors, much to fans dismay in the hopes that Tara would voice her again.

She first appeared in Fight For the Light, where she stopped a battle between Ash and her apprentice Janina. She scolded her for using water-proof wax on her Onix and sent her away. She then declined Ash's offer for a Gym Battle and with good reason: Sparkle, the Ampharos at the lighthouse, is sick and Jasmine must take care of it until it was better. After seeing her apprentice battle with her own strength she let her be her apprentice again saying she was never expelled in the first place. This is an example of her tough but fair personality, a trait she did not have in the games.

Jasmine's New Look

She appeared again in Nerves of Steelix showing off her bravery by jumping onto her Steelix' head from a very high cliff (very different from her game counterpart). She can also be one tough cookie in battle, but in the end, she lost and, as Gym Leader, she gave Ash the Mineral Badge.

She then appeared in Four Roads Diverged on a Pokémon Port in her new HeartGold and SoulSilver look and was happy to see Ash again. She had participated in contest battles with her Steelix learning new things along the way. She lost in a battle with Flint of the Elite Four and strived to become stronger ever since.

In the Manga

She battled Brock in the fight where all Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders fought each other and she won because no one knew there was such a thing as a steel type Pokémon, and Brock was suprised that Onix had another evolution that is none other than Steelix. Professor Oak explained that there was a new discovered type called Steel Type.

Sprites

Gen. II Gen. IV Challenge Sprite Gen. V
Jasmine(GS)Sprite.gif
Jasmine(HGSS)Sprite.gif
VSJasmine.png
Jasmine(B2W2)Sprite.gif

Pokémon in the Anime

On hand

Jasmine's Steelix 2.jpg
Steelix
Steelix is Jasmine's powerhouse Pokémon and she used it to stop Team Rocket with brute force. It easily defeated Ash's Pikachu before finally submitting to Ash's Cyndaquil. Steelix also appeared in Four Roads Diverged in a Pokémon Port along with Jasmine where it fought Flint's Infernape. It put up a good fight but lost fairly quickly.
Jasmine's Magnemite.jpg
Magnemite
Magnemite is often seen floating on Jasmine's shoulder. Magnemite & Jasmine share a close friendship and Jasmine puts a lot of trust into it. In battle, it did not last long and was quickly defeated by Ash's Pikachu.


In the lighthouse

JE092.jpg
Sparkle
Jasmine's Ampharos is not a battling Pokémon. Living in the Lighthouse in Olivine City, Ampharos uses its electricity to light the port and show the way for boats. However it, at one point, got ill which required Ash to go to Cianwood City to get medicine for it.


Pokémon in the Games

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Magnemite
Magnemite(S)Sprite.png
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 30 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Thunderbolt
Supersonic
SonicBoom
Thunder Wave
Magnemite
Magnemite(S)Sprite.png
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 30 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Thunder Wave
SonicBoom
Supersonic
Thunderbolt
Steelix
Steelix(S)Sprite.png
 SteelGround 
Lv. 35
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Screech
Sandstorm
Rock Throw
Iron Tail
[[]]
[[File:{{{P4}}}_SM.png|link={{{P4}}}|80x80px]]
 ???
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-
[[]]
[[File:{{{P5}}}_SM.png|link={{{P5}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-
[[]]
[[File:{{{P6}}}SM.png|link={{{P6}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-


Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

First Battle

Magnemite
Magnemite HGSS.png
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 30 -
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: None
Thunderbolt
Supersonic
SonicBoom
Thunder Wave
Magnemite
Magnemite HGSS.png
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 30 -
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: None
Thunder Wave
SonicBoom
Supersonic
Thunderbolt
Steelix
Steelix HGSS.png
 SteelGround 
Lv. 35
Ability: Sturdy
Item: Sitrus Berry
Screech
Sandstorm
Rock Throw
Iron Tail
[[]]
[[File:{{{P4}}}_SM.png|link={{{P4}}}|80x80px]]
 ???
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-
[[]]
[[File:{{{P5}}}_SM.png|link={{{P5}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-
[[]]
[[File:{{{P6}}}SM.png|link={{{P6}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-


Rematch

Metagross
MetagrossHGSSSprite.png
 SteelPsychic 
Lv. 52 -
Ability: Clear Body
Item: None
Gravity
Explosion
Bullet Punch
Meteor Mash
Bronzong
BronzongHGSSSprite.png
 SteelPsychic 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Heatproof
Item: None
Hypnosis
Dream Eater
Gravity
Gyro Ball
Skarmory
SkarmoryHGSSSprite.png
 SteelFlying 
Lv. 52
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Air Slash
Spikes
Night Slash
Steel Wing
Empoleon
Empoleon Sprite.png
 WaterSteel 
Lv. 52
Ability: Torrent
Item: None
Aqua Jet
Roar
Blizzard
Hydro Pump
Magnezone
Magnezone PtHGSS.png
 Type Electric.gifType Steel.gif 
Lv. 56 -
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Mirror Coat
Lock-On
Zap Cannon
Metal Sound
Steelix
Steelix HGSS.png
 Type Steel.gifType Ground.gif 
Lv. 62
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Roar
Stone Edge
Stealth Rock
Iron Tail


Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Steel-type Tournament
Steelix
Steelix BW.gif
 SteelGround 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Gyro Ball
Earthquake
Stealth Rock
Curse
Magnezone
80x80px
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Quick Claw
Thunderbolt
Flash Cannon
Mirror Coat
Magnet Rise
Forretress
Forretress BW.gif
 BugSteel 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sturdy
Item: Iron Ball
Earthquake
Gyro Ball
Toxic
Explosion
Skarmory
80x80px
 SteelFlying 
Lv. 50
Ability: Keen Eye
Item: Leftovers
Curse
Roost
Aerial Ace
Stealth Rock
Metagross
Metagross BW.gif
 Type Steel.gifType Psychic.gif 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Clear Body
Item: Air Balloon
Meteor Mash
Bullet Punch
Earthquake
Explosion
Lucario
Lucario BW.gif
 Type Fighting.gifType Steel.gif 
Lv. 50
Ability: Steadfast
Item: Life Orb
Extremespeed
Crunch
Aura Sphere
Stone Edge
Johto Gym Leader Tournament/World Leaders Tournament
Steelix
Steelix BW.gif
 SteelGround 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Gyro Ball
Stone Edge
Earthquake
Curse
Magnezone
80x80px
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Shuca Berry
Flash Cannon
Zap Cannon
Thunder Wave
Gravity
Forretress
Forretress BW.gif
 BugSteel 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sturdy
Item: Occa Berry
Gyro Ball
Earthquake
Zap Cannon
Gravity
Skarmory
80x80px
 SteelFlying 
Lv. 50
Ability: Keen Eye
Item: Salac Berry
Brave Bird
Stealth Rock
Roost
Swords Dance
Metagross
Metagross BW.gif
 Type Steel.gifType Psychic.gif 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Clear Body
Item: Liechi Berry
Meteor Mash
Earthquake
Bullet Punch
Gravity
Mawile
Mawile BW.gif
 Type Steel.gif
Lv. 50
Ability: Hyper Cutter
Item: Dark Gem
Iron Head
Sucker Punch
Super Fang
Swords Dance
Download Tournament (Gathered! Gym Leaders!)
Steelix
Steelix BW.gif
 SteelGround 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sturdy
Item: None
Stone Edge
Bulldoze
Giga Impact
Explosion
Klinklang
Klinklang BW.gif
 Steel
Lv. 50 -
Ability: Plus
Item: Shuca Berry
Shift Gear
Wild Charge
Gyro Ball
Gear Grind
Ferrothorn
Ferrothorn BW.gif
 GrassSteel 
Lv. 50
Ability: Iron Barbs
Item: Occa Berry
Power Whip
Gyro Ball
Iron Head
Explosion
Excadrill
Excadrill BW.gif
 GroundSteel 
Lv. 50
Ability: Sand Rush
Item: Chople Berry
Drill Run
X-Scissor
Rock Slide
Swords Dance
[[]]
[[File:{{{P5}}}_SM.png|link={{{P5}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-
[[]]
[[File:{{{P6}}}SM.png|link={{{P6}}}|80x80px]]
 File:Type .gif
Lv. - -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
-
-
-
-


Pokémon Stadium 2

Round 1

Steelix
Steelix HGSS.png
 SteelGround 
Lv. 50
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Iron Tail
Strength
Rock Throw
Earthquake
Corsola
CorsolaSprite.png
 WaterRock 
Lv. 50
Ability: [[None
Item: Bitter Berry
BubbleBeam
Spike Cannon
AncientPower
Psychic
Magneton
Magneton HGSS.png
 ElectricSteel 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: Mint Berry
Thundershock
Thunder
Swift
SonicBoom
Mantine
HGSSMantine.png
 WaterFlying 
Lv. 50
Ability: [[None
Item: PRZCureBerry
Surf
Take Down
Wing Attack
Sleep Talk
Skarmory
HGSSSkarmory.png
 Type Steel.gifType Flying.gif 
Lv. 50
Ability: [[None
Item: Focus Band
Fury Attack
Fly
Swift
Steel Wing
Forretress
Forretress HGSS.png
 Type Bug.gifType Steel.gif 
Lv. 50
Ability: [[None
Item: PSNCureBerry
Rollout
Double-Edge
Giga Drain
Rapid Spin


Round 2

Steelix
Steelix HGSS.png
 SteelGround 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: None
Return
Iron Tail
Rock Slide
Earthquake
Rapidash
Rapidash HGSS.png
 Fire
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: King's Rock
Stomp
Flamethrower
Double Kick
Iron Tail
Slowbro
HGSSSlowbro.png
 WaterPsychic 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: BrightPowder
Surf
Earthquake
Psychic
Ice Beam
Blastoise
Blastoise HGSS.png
 Water
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: Miracle Berry
Ice Beam
Mirror Coat
Earthquake
Surf
Scizor
ScizorHGSSSprite.png
 Type Bug.gifType Steel.gif 
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: Focus Band
Reversal
Slash
Wing Attack
Metal Claw
Stantler
80x80px
 Type Normal.gif
Lv. 50 -
Ability: [[None
Item: PRZCureBerry
Roar
Psychic
Earthquake
Light Screen


Voice Actresses

  • English: Tara Sands (4Kids Dub), Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (TPCi Dub)
  • Japanese: Yumi Kakazu
  • Czech: Jolana Smyckova
  • Hebrew: Dawn Lanny-Gabay
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Leticia Quinto
  • Spanish: Conchi Lopez, Pepa Castro, Maria Blanco
  • Iberian Spanish: Gaby Ugarte

Trivia

  • Jasmine is the only character to use a Starter Pokémon from a different region when rematched that doesn't appear Pre-National Dex. That Pokemon being Empoleon.
  • Jasmine's name has the word mine in it, which is associated with mineral, rocks, and steel because she is a Steel-type user and previously a rock-type specialist.
  • Jasmine is the only female Johto Gym Leader that admits defeat.
  • Although Jasmine never mentions her age, an NPC that you can register as a phone contact in HGSS says that she started using Steel types at age 14 when she met Brock after being defeated by a trainer named Red. Due to the games placing Generation II as three years after Generation I, Jasmine would be 17.
  • Jasmine can be seen at Sunyshore City in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.
  • She is the only female Steel-type specialist (Steven Stone and Byron are both male).
  • Jasmine was the only female Gym Leader in Johto not to be voiced by Megan Hollingshead, but instead by Tara Sands.
    • When Jasmine returned in DP Sinnoh League Victors, she was voiced by Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld, which disappointed Tara's fans who hoped she'd reprise the role.
  • Jasmine is the only Johto Gym Leader that does not have trainers leading up to her in her Gym (Gen. II only).
  • Jasmine was also the second Gym Leader to return to the anime series in her HeartGold/SoulSilver re-design. The first was Clair.
  • Jasmine's haircut is similar to Iris's.
  • According to one of the HGSS NPCs, Jasmine was originally a rock-type specialist before changing her speciality to Steel-types (indicating possibility that her two Steelix may have evolved from Onix).
  • Though she is refered to as a Steel-type specialist (and formally a Rock-type specialist), she is occasionally associated with Electric-types (such asMagnemite, Magnezone, and Ampharos) in various media (such as games, anime, and TGC).

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