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{{CharacterInfobox|
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{{Redirect|Pearl (game)|the game titled "Pokémon Pearl Version"|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions}}
name=Damion |
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{{CharInfobox|
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color=E08040 |
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corecolor=FFE683 |
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bordercolor=629C20 |
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name=Barry |
 
jname=ジュン |
 
jname=ジュン |
 
tmname=Jun |
 
tmname=Jun |
image=[[Image:ArtJun.jpg|120px]] |
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image=Platinum Barry.png |
caption=Art from Diamond/Pearl |
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size=200px |
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caption=Art from {{v2|Platinum}} |
 
gender=Male |
 
gender=Male |
hometown=Unknown |
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hometown=[[Twinleaf Town]] |
 
region=[[Sinnoh]] |
 
region=[[Sinnoh]] |
relatives=[[Palmer]], Unnamed Mother |
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relatives={{FB|Tower Tycoon|Palmer}} (father), unnamed mother |
 
trainer=yes |
 
trainer=yes |
trainerclass=[[Rival]] [[Pokémon trainer|Trainer]] |
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trainerclass={{pkmn|Trainer}}|
numpkmncaught=Varies with canon |
 
 
game=yes |
 
game=yes |
generation=[[Generation IV|IV]] |
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generation={{gen|IV}} |
games=[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Diamond]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pearl]] |
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games={{3v2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, {{pkmn|Masters}} |
 
leader=no |
 
leader=no |
 
team=no |
 
team=no |
 
brain=no |
 
brain=no |
anime=no |
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anime=counterpart |
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animecounterpart={{an|Barry}}|
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epnum=DP101 |
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epname=Barry's Busting Out All Over! |
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manga=counterpart |
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mangacounterpart={{adv|Pearl}}, {{OBP|Jun|DPA}}, {{OBP|Kazuki|Pocket Monsters DP}} |
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roundnum=PS338|
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roundname=Stagestruck Starly |
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|gameanim=yes
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|envagame=Erik Scott Kimerer <small>({{pkmn|Masters}})</small>
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|javagame=Tsubasa Yonaga <small>({{pkmn|Masters}})</small>
 
}}
 
}}
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'''Barry''' (Japanese: '''ジュン''' ''Jun'') is the [[rival]] character in {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}.
   
'''Damion''' (Japanese: '''ジュン''' ''Jun'') is one of the two [[rival]] characters in [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]], along with either [[Lucas (game)|Lucas]] or [[Dawn (game)|Dawn]].
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==In the games==
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===Role===
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====Pokémon Diamond and Pearl====
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Barry, like the {{player}}, lives in [[Twinleaf Town]] and is also the player's childhood friend (and soon-to-be [[rival]]). Barry is always in a hurry and extremely impatient, and because of this, often crashes into other people (usually demanding a fine from them) or misses important details.
   
The character [[Pearl (Special)|Pearl]] from the [[Pokémon Special |Pokémon Special]] manga is based off of Damion.
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Barry is incredibly determined and it is very difficult to discourage him; the only thing that has done this so far was his crushing loss to the [[Team Galactic]] {{tc|Commander}}, [[Jupiter]] at [[Lake Acuity]], although this defeat lead to a major positive change in Barry's character, causing him to become slightly more serious, realistic, and mature. He is also quite the braggart, often boasting about his battling prowess or how cool his Pokémon are. Barry does have a soft side however, as seen after the wild Starly attack.
   
A version of the character also appears in the [[Pocket Monsters DP]] manga.
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Barry is also one to take risks and quickly jump into action; it was this behavior that caused the player and himself to be attacked by {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Starly}}, setting off the chain reaction that would result in the player receiving their first Pokémon.
   
===Pokémon===
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After becoming the [[Sinnoh League]] {{pkmn|Champion}}, the player can find him training at [[Stark Mountain]] during the week, and at the [[Fight Area]] on weekends, ready to battle. Unlike the player and {{ga|Lucas}}/{{ga|Dawn}}, Barry did not receive a Pokédex, due to him rushing out of [[Professor Rowan]]'s lab before Rowan could give him one.
This listing is for Damion's [[Pokémon]] in the video games in which he has appeared.
 
   
====Pokémon Diamond and Pearl====
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His father is {{FB|Tower Tycoon|Palmer}}, one of the Sinnoh {{Gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}'s five [[Frontier Brain]]s. Barry wants to be like him, which is the reason he is so determined and trains hard. Barry is actually very much like his father characteristic-wise. Both he and Palmer are constantly in a hurry, running into people (including the player), and both seem to react the same way when they happen to run into people.
=====First battle (As partner)=====
 
* Level 5 {{p|Turtwig}}/{{p|Piplup}}/{{p|Chimchar}}
 
   
=====Second battle=====
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In [[Pokémon Masters]] during his Sync Pair Story "A Day with Barry", Barry explains that the reason he always fines people is he wants to use the money to build his own Battle Tower and have his father challenge it.
* Level 9 {{p|Turtwig}}/{{p|Piplup}}/{{p|Chimchar}}
 
* Level 7 {{p|Starly}}
 
   
=====Third battle=====
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====Pokémon Platinum====
* Level 21 {{p|Grotle}}/{{p|Prinplup}}/{{p|Monferno}}
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In addition to his hyperactive personality, it is shown in the beginning of Platinum, he also gets distracted very easily. In the events of Platinum, Barry suggests going to visit Professor Rowan at his lab rather than go to the lake in search of a Pokémon of the same rarity as a [[red Gyarados]] (as happened in {{2v2|Diamond|Pearl}}). When Professor Rowan questions {{ga|Lucas}}/{{ga|Dawn}} and Barry on {{rt|201|Sinnoh}} about going into the [[tall grass]] without any Pokémon, deeming it reckless and wondering if such people were well-suited for Pokémon, Barry admits it was his idea and says that his friend should at least get a Pokémon if not him. After this, Professor Rowan gives them both Pokémon, much to Barry's excitement.
* Level 20 {{p|Buizel}} (Absent if Rival has Prinplup)
 
* Level 20 {{p|Roselia}} (Absent if Rival has Grotle)
 
* Level 20 {{p|Ponyta}} (Absent if Rival has Monferno)
 
* Level 19 {{p|Starly}}
 
   
=====Fourth battle=====
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After the player completes the [[Stark Mountain]] sidequest, Barry can be found at the [[Survival Area]] every day, but can only be battled on weekends. He desires to get into the [[Battleground]], even asking [[Crasher Wake]]'s help.
* Level 28 {{p|Grotle}}/{{p|Prinplup}}/{{p|Monferno}}
 
* Level 25 {{p|Buizel}} (Absent if Rival has Prinplup)
 
* Level 25 {{p|Roselia}} (Absent if Rival has Grotle)
 
* Level 25 {{p|Ponyta}} (Absent if Rival has Monferno)
 
* Level 26 {{p|Starly}}
 
   
=====Fifth battle=====
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===Pokémon===
* Level 35 {{p|Grotle}}/{{p|Prinplup}}/{{p|Monferno}}
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===={{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}====
* Level 32 {{p|Buizel}} (Absent if Rival has Prinplup)
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''For Barry's Pokémon in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, see [[Barry (game)/Diamond and Pearl|here]]''.
* Level 32 {{p|Roselia}} (Absent if Rival has Grotle)
 
* Level 32 {{p|Ponyta}} (Absent if Rival has Monferno)
 
* Level 31 {{p|Staravia}}
 
* Level 30 {{p|Heracross}}
 
   
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===={{game|Platinum}}====
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''For Barry's Pokémon in {{game|Platinum}}, see [[Barry (game)/Platinum|here]]''.
   
=====Sixth battle (As partner)=====
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===Quotes===
* Level 43 {{p|Torterra}}/{{p|Empoleon}}/{{p|Infernape}}
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{{main|Barry (game)/Quotes}}
* Level 41 {{p|Buizel}} (Absent if Rival has Empoleon)
 
* Level 41 {{p|Roselia}} (Absent if Rival has Torterra)
 
* Level 41 {{p|Ponyta}} (Absent if Rival has Infernape)
 
* Level 40 {{p|Staraptor}}
 
* Level 40 {{p|Munchlax}}
 
   
=====Seventh battle=====
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==Artwork==
* Level 53 {{p|Torterra}}/{{p|Empoleon}}/{{p|Infernape}}
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #E08040; font-size:80%"
* Level 49 {{p|Floatzel}} (Absent if Rival has Empoleon)
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|-
* Level 49 {{p|Roserade}} (Absent if Rival has Torterra)
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| style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:100px; height:150px"| [[File:Diamond Pearl Barry.png|x250px]]
* Level 49 {{p|Rapidash}} (Absent if Rival has Infernape)
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| style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:100px; height:150px"| [[File:Sinnoh Battle Frontier Brain artwork.png|x250px]]
* Level 48 {{p|Staraptor}}
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| style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:96px; height:96px"| [[File:Masters Barry Piplup.png|x250px]]
* Level 51 {{p|Snorlax}}
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* Level 50 {{p|Heracross}}
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| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond and Pearl}}
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| {{color2|000|Battle Frontier (Generation IV)|Battle Frontier}} artwork
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| Artwork of Barry and {{pcolor|Piplup|000|his Piplup}}<br>in {{color2|000|Pokémon Masters}}
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|}
   
=Optional names for Damion=
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===Sprites===
{| border="1" style="border: 1px solid #88a; border-collapse: collapse;" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2"
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #E08040; font-size:80%"
|- style="background: #ccf;"
 
! Language !! Diamond !! Pearl
 
 
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|-
||English
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|style="{{roundy|80px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Spr DP Barry.png]]
| style="vertical-align: top;" |
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|style="{{roundy|80px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Spr Pt Barry.png]]
* ''Barry''
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:DP Barry Back.png]]
* ''Damion''
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Pt Barry Back.png]]
* ''Tyson''
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:VSBarry Masters.png|100px]]
* ''Markus''
 
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* ''Clint''
 
* ''Ralph''
 
* ''Lewis''
 
* ''Tommy''
 
 
|-
 
|-
|| Japanese
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| Sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond and Pearl}}
| style="vertical-align: top;" |
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| Sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum}}
* ジュン ''Jun''
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| Back sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond and Pearl}}
* シゲル ''Shigeru''
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| Back sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum}}
* コウジ ''Kōji''
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| VS model from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Masters|Masters}}
* トシノブ ''Toshinobu''
 
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* ヒサシ ''Hisashi''
 
* ソウスケ ''Sōsuke''
 
* アキト ''Akito''
 
* ノゾム ''Nozomu''
 
 
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|-
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|style="{{roundy|80px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Barry OD.png]]
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Barry DP opening.png]]
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:DP Barry Intro.png]]
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Pt Barry Intro.png]]
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|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #629C20; background: #FFE683; width:80px"| [[File:Spr Masters Barry.png|150px]]
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|-
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| Overworld sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Generation IV}}
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| Sprite from the<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond and Pearl}} opening
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| Intro sprite from <br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond and Pearl}}
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| Intro sprite from <br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum}}
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| colspan=2|Model from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Masters|Masters}}
 
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|}
   
If player doesn't give the name for Rival, in Japanese [[Pokémon Diamond|Diamond]] the name パール ''Pearl'' is automatically given. In [[Pokémon Pearl|Pearl]] at the same situation, the name ダイヤ ''Dia'' is automatically given. In English version, the same situation happens. However, [[Pokémon Pearl|Pearl]] the automatically-given name is ''Diamond'', not Dia.
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==Optional names==
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If the {{player}} chooses "NEW NAME" and leaves it blank, he will be automatically named Pearl (if the version being played is Diamond) or Diamond (if the version being played is Pearl). In Platinum, either Diamond or Pearl will be randomly selected.
   
=Trivia=
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{| class="roundy" style="background: #E08040; border: 3px solid #629C20"
* The song that plays when battling against Damion is a remix of the "Neo Tokyo" theme from [[wp:Pulseman|Pulseman]]
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|- style="text-align:center"
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! Game
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! Japanese
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! English
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! French
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! German
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! Italian
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! Spanish
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! Korean
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|- style="background: #FFF"
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|Diamond
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|<ab>パール ''Pearl''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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ジュン ''Jun''
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シゲル ''Shigeru''
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コウジ ''Kōji''
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トシノブ ''Toshinobu''</ab>
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|<ab>Pearl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Barry
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Damion
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Tyson
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Markus</ab>
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|<ab>Perlo{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Enzo
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Yan
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Marcus
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Niels</ab>
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|<ab>Perl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Lutz
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Gary
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Marco
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Jochen</ab>
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|<ab>Perl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Alvise
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Gary
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Marzio
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Markus</ab>
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|<ab>Perla{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Israel
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Rosendo
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Marcos
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Uriel</ab>
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|<ab>펄 ''Pearl''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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용식 ''Yongsik''
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바람 ''Baram''
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효지 ''Hyoji''
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재준 ''Jaejun''</ab>
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|- style="background: #FFF"
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|Pearl
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|<ab>ダイヤ ''Dia''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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ヒサシ ''Hisashi''
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ソウスケ ''Sōsuke''
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アキト ''Akito''
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ノゾム ''Nozomu''</ab>
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|<ab>Diamond{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Clint
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Ralph
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Lewis
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Tommy</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Romain
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Quentin
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Mattéo
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Alexis</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Dirk
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Arnold
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Armin
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Bastian</ab>
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|<ab>Diaman{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Clint
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Ruggero
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Livio
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Tommaso</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Germán
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Pablo
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Fabio
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Ignacio</ab>
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|<ab>다이아몬드 ''Diamond''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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무현 ''Muhyeon''
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조연 ''Joyeon''
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조인 ''Join''
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정무 ''Jeongmu''</ab>
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|- style="background: #FFF"
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|Platinum
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|<ab>ダイヤ ''Dia''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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パール ''Pearl''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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ジュン ''Jun''
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テツジ ''Tetsuji''
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ヒロノブ ''Hironobu''
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ヨシノリ ''Yoshinori''</ab>
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|<ab>Diamond{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Pearl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Barry
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Nolan
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Roy
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Gavin</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Perlo{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Enzo
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Théo
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Cédric
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Jacob</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Perl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Lutz
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Gary
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Marco
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Jochen</ab>
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|<ab>Diaman{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Perl{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Alvise
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Rolando
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Ricky
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Gino</ab>
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|<ab>Diamant{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Perla{{tt|*|hidden}}
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Israel
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Rosendo
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Marcos
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Joni</ab>
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|<ab>다이아몬드 ''Diamond''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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펄 ''Pearl''{{tt|*|hidden}}
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용식 ''Yongsik''
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바람 ''Baram''
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효지 ''Hyoji''
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재준 ''Jaejun''</ab>
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* Strangely, among the default names for him in the Japanese version of [[Pokémon Diamond]] is Shigeru, one of the names that are default in both [[Pokémon Red]] and [[Pokémon FireRed]] for [[Blue (game)|Blue]]. Another point of similarity can perhaps be found in the fact that a relative of theirs is well-known in the Pokémon world, being [[Palmer|the leader]] of [[Battle Tower (Sinnoh)|Sinnoh's Battle Tower]] in Damion's case, and being [[Professor Oak|a]] [[Pokémon professor]] in the case of Blue. Furthermore, both rivals are childhood acquaintances of the [[playable character|playable characters]] who go on to compete against them in collecting [[Gym]] badges, unlike [[Silver (game)|Silver]] and [[Wally]]. Finally, Damion uses the {{p|Starly|Starly}} line, while Blue uses the {{p|Pidgey|Pidgey}} line; they both use {{p|Heracross|Heracross}} at some point in their respective games.
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==In the anime==
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===In the main series===
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[[File:Barry anime.png|250px|thumb|Barry in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
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{{main|Barry (anime)}}
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In the anime, there is a character based on Barry, sharing his name and characteristics. He debuted in ''[[DP101|Barry's Busting Out All Over!]]'' and became one of {{Ash}}'s rivals as well as an occasional {{ashfr|traveling companion}}.
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{{-}}
   
* All Japanese default names for Damion come from game staff members' first names. They are all listed in the game's credits. Jun is from '''[[Jun'ichi Masuda]]''', production director and music composer. Shigeru is from '''Shigeru Ōmori''', game design leader. Kōji comes from '''Kōji Nishino''', a game designer. Toshinobu is from '''Toshinobu Matsumiya''', game scenario author. Hisashi is from '''Hisashi Sogabe''', battle system programmer. Sōsuke is from '''Sōsuke Tamada''', field system programmer. Akito is from '''Akito Mori''', communication system programmer and Nozomu is from '''Nozomu Saito''', also one of programmers.
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===In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer===
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[[File:Barry Masters Trailer.png|thumb|250px|Barry in the [[Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer]]]]
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Barry appeared in the [[Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer]], where he joined [[Bettie]] and [[Iris]] in a {{pkmn|journey}} across [[Pasio]]. In a stadium, the trio came across [[Skyla]], {{EF|Flint}}, and [[Acerola]]; and battled their {{TP|Skyla|Swanna}}, {{TP|Flint|Infernape}}, and {{p|Palossand}}, respectively. The outcome of the {{pkmn|battle}} was left unknown.
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====Pokémon====
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{{TrainerPoké
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|trainer=Barry
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|pkmn=Piplup
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|type1=Water
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|img=Barry Piplup Masters Trailer.png
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|epnum=Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer
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|epname=Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer
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|width=68
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|desc={{p|Piplup}} is Barry's only known Pokémon. Alongside [[Bettie]]'s {{p|Pikachu}} and [[Iris]]'s {{p|Haxorus}}, it battled [[Skyla's Swanna]], [[Flint's Infernape]], and [[Acerola]]'s {{p|Palossand}}.
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Piplup's known moves are {{m|Ice Beam}} and {{m|Bubble Beam}}.}}
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==In the manga==
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[[File:Barry PDPV.png|thumb|200px|Barry in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]]
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===In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl manga===
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Barry appeared in {{ma|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl}}.
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{{sectionstub}}
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====Pokémon====
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{{TrainerPoké
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|width=74%
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|trainer=Barry
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|pkmn=Chimchar
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|type1=Fire
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|img=Barry Chimchar PDPV.png
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|epnum=Pokémon Diamond and Pearl (manga)
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|epname=Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
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|desc={{p|Chimchar}} is Barry's first known Pokémon.
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Chimchar's known moves are {{m|Scratch}} and {{m|Ember}}.}}
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{{TrainerPoké
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|trainer=Barry
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|pkmn=Starly
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|type1=Normal
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|type2=Flying
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|img=Barry Starly PDPV.png
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|epnum=Pokémon Diamond and Pearl (manga)
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|epname=Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
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|desc={{p|Starly}} is Barry's second known Pokémon.
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Starly's only known move is {{m|Growl}}.}}
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==In other manga==
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[[File:Jun DPA.png|thumb|200px|Jun]]
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[[File:Pearl Adventures.png|thumb|200px|left|Pearl, Barry's counterpart]]
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===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
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{{main|Pearl (Adventures)}}
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In [[Pokémon Adventures]], Barry has a counterpart named {{adv|Pearl}}.
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===In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga===
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{{main|Jun (DPA)}}
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In [[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Adventure!]], there is a recurring character who shares Barry's likeness and Japanese name, {{OBP|Jun|DPA}}.
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===In the Pocket Monsters DP manga===
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{{main|Kazuki (Pocket Monsters DP)}}
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In {{OBP|Pocket Monsters DP|Kosaku Anakubo}}, Barry has a counterpart named {{OBP|Kazuki|Pocket Monsters DP}}.
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===In the Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl: Regigigas Major Capture Operation!! manga===
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{{main|Kento}}
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In [[Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl: Regigigas Major Capture Operation!!]], [[Kento]] is based on Barry.
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==In the TCG==
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This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Barry or his Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]].
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{{cardlist/header|Related cards|Supporter|char=yes}}
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{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Diamond & Pearl|Rival|113}}|type=Supporter|enset=Diamond & Pearl|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=113/130|enset2=Secret Wonders|enrarity2=Uncommon|ennum2=124/132|jpsetlink=Diamond & Pearl|jpset=Space-Time Creation|jprarity=Uncommon|jpset2=Dialga LV.X Constructed Standard Deck|jpset3=Palkia LV.X Constructed Standard Deck}}
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{{cardlist/footer|Supporter}}
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==Trivia==
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* Barry has achieved a high score of 2,000 at [[Pal Park]], which serves as the default high score.
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* Among the default names for him in the Japanese version of [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond]] is Shigeru, one of the names that are default in both [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Pokémon Red]] and [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|Pokémon FireRed]] for {{ga|Blue}}. "{{Gary}}" is also one of the optional names for him in the German and Italian-language versions of Pokémon Diamond. Gary's Korean Name, 바람 ''Baram'' can also be found among optional names for him in Korean-language version.
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* All Japanese default names for Barry come from game staff members' first names. They are all listed in the game's credits. Jun is from '''[[Junichi Masuda]]''', production director and music composer. Shigeru is from '''Shigeru Ōmori''', game design leader. Kōji comes from '''[[Kōji Nishino]]''', a game designer. Toshinobu is from '''[[Toshinobu Matsumiya]]''', game scenario author. Hisashi is from '''Hisashi Sogabe''', battle system programmer. Sōsuke is from '''Sōsuke Tamada''', field system programmer. Akito is from '''Akito Mori''', communication system programmer and Nozomu is from '''Nozomu Saito''', also one of the programmers.
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* Although Barry can only be battled on weekends, if the {{player}} saves the game in front of him on a Sunday in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, he can still be battled on weekdays if the player does not leave the Fight Area during the periods of time in between. This was corrected in {{game|Platinum}}.
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* Barry has an orange [[Pokétch]], but an old lady in [[Oreburgh City]] states that blue and pink are the only colors that are produced by the [[Pokétch Company]].
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* In Pokémon Platinum, Barry's {{p|Heracross}} has the [[Ability]] {{a|Guts}} when fought in [[Canalave City]] but has {{a|Swarm}} in all subsequent battles.
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** In Diamond and Pearl, his Heracross also knows {{m|Megahorn}} during the {{si|Pokémon League}} battle, where it is at level 50, despite not being able to learn the move until level 55. This is fixed in Platinum.
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* Barry possesses the highest-level Pokémon amongst all the [[rival]] characters, with his {{pkmn2|starter}} being able to grow up to level 85 in Pokémon Platinum. The only [[Non-player character|NPC]]-owned Pokémon outside of a battle facility that outlevels Barry's starter at its strongest is {{ga|Red}}'s level 88 {{ga|Red's Pikachu|Pikachu}} in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}.
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* In [[Pokémon Masters]], Barry reveals that he keeps trying to fine people because he wants to gather money for his own [[Battle Tower]] so he could challenge [[Tower Tycoon Palmer|his father]] there, due to him never being able to reach him at the {{gdis|Battle Tower|IV|Sinnoh Battle Tower}}.
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==Names==
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Barry is used as the official name for this character in [[Pokémon Masters]] and his anime counterpart, in addition to it appearing as an optional name for him in the games ({{game3|Diamond and Pearl|Diamond|s}} and {{game3|Platinum|Platinum}}). His default name is Diamond or Pearl depending on the version being played, while internal game data refers to him as '''Cedric''' (Japanese: '''パール''' ''Pearl'').
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! Name
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| Japanese
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| ジュン ''Jun''
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| From ''[[Junichi Masuda]]''
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| English, German, Italian
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| Barry
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| Same as his {{an|Barry|anime counterpart}} and his first default name in Diamond and Platinum in English
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| French
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| René
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| Same as his anime counterpart and the French name of {{tc|Camper}} Barry from [[Fuchsia Gym]]
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Spanish
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| Israel
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| Same as his first default name in Diamond and Platinum
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Korean
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| 용식 ''Yongsik''
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| Same as his anime counterpart and his first default name in Diamond and Platinum
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan}})
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| 阿馴 ''Ā Xún''
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| rowspan="2" | From the Japanese name 馴 ''Jun''. 馴 means to tame/train.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
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| 阿馴 ''A Sèuhn''
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Barry
ジュン Jun
Platinum Barry.png
Art from Platinum
Gender Male
Hometown Twinleaf Town
Region Sinnoh
Relatives Palmer (father), unnamed mother
Trainer class Trainer
Generation IV
Games Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, Masters
English voice actor Erik Scott Kimerer (Masters)
Japanese voice actor Tsubasa Yonaga (Masters)
Anime counterpart Barry
Counterpart debut Barry's Busting Out All Over!
Manga counterpart(s) Pearl, Jun, Kazuki

Barry (Japanese: ジュン Jun) is the rival character in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.

Contents

In the games

Role

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

Barry, like the player, lives in Twinleaf Town and is also the player's childhood friend (and soon-to-be rival). Barry is always in a hurry and extremely impatient, and because of this, often crashes into other people (usually demanding a fine from them) or misses important details.

Barry is incredibly determined and it is very difficult to discourage him; the only thing that has done this so far was his crushing loss to the Team Galactic Commander, Jupiter at Lake Acuity, although this defeat lead to a major positive change in Barry's character, causing him to become slightly more serious, realistic, and mature. He is also quite the braggart, often boasting about his battling prowess or how cool his Pokémon are. Barry does have a soft side however, as seen after the wild Starly attack.

Barry is also one to take risks and quickly jump into action; it was this behavior that caused the player and himself to be attacked by wild Starly, setting off the chain reaction that would result in the player receiving their first Pokémon.

After becoming the Sinnoh League Champion, the player can find him training at Stark Mountain during the week, and at the Fight Area on weekends, ready to battle. Unlike the player and Lucas/Dawn, Barry did not receive a Pokédex, due to him rushing out of Professor Rowan's lab before Rowan could give him one.

His father is Palmer, one of the Sinnoh Battle Frontier's five Frontier Brains. Barry wants to be like him, which is the reason he is so determined and trains hard. Barry is actually very much like his father characteristic-wise. Both he and Palmer are constantly in a hurry, running into people (including the player), and both seem to react the same way when they happen to run into people.

In Pokémon Masters during his Sync Pair Story "A Day with Barry", Barry explains that the reason he always fines people is he wants to use the money to build his own Battle Tower and have his father challenge it.

Pokémon Platinum

In addition to his hyperactive personality, it is shown in the beginning of Platinum, he also gets distracted very easily. In the events of Platinum, Barry suggests going to visit Professor Rowan at his lab rather than go to the lake in search of a Pokémon of the same rarity as a red Gyarados (as happened in Diamond and Pearl). When Professor Rowan questions Lucas/Dawn and Barry on Route 201 about going into the tall grass without any Pokémon, deeming it reckless and wondering if such people were well-suited for Pokémon, Barry admits it was his idea and says that his friend should at least get a Pokémon if not him. After this, Professor Rowan gives them both Pokémon, much to Barry's excitement.

After the player completes the Stark Mountain sidequest, Barry can be found at the Survival Area every day, but can only be battled on weekends. He desires to get into the Battleground, even asking Crasher Wake's help.

Pokémon

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

For Barry's Pokémon in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, see here.

Pokémon Platinum

For Barry's Pokémon in Pokémon Platinum, see here.

Quotes

Main article: Barry (game)/Quotes

Artwork

Diamond Pearl Barry.png Sinnoh Battle Frontier Brain artwork.png Masters Barry Piplup.png
Official artwork from
Diamond and Pearl
Battle Frontier artwork Artwork of Barry and his Piplup
in Pokémon Masters

Sprites

Spr DP Barry.png Spr Pt Barry.png DP Barry Back.png Pt Barry Back.png VSBarry Masters.png
Sprite from
Diamond and Pearl
Sprite from
Platinum
Back sprite from
Diamond and Pearl
Back sprite from
Platinum
VS model from
Masters
Barry OD.png Barry DP opening.png DP Barry Intro.png Pt Barry Intro.png Spr Masters Barry.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation IV
Sprite from the
Diamond and Pearl opening
Intro sprite from
Diamond and Pearl
Intro sprite from
Platinum
Model from
Masters

Optional names

If the player chooses "NEW NAME" and leaves it blank, he will be automatically named Pearl (if the version being played is Diamond) or Diamond (if the version being played is Pearl). In Platinum, either Diamond or Pearl will be randomly selected.

Game Japanese English French German Italian Spanish Korean
Diamond パール Pearl*
ジュン Jun
シゲル Shigeru
コウジ Kōji
トシノブ Toshinobu
Pearl*
Barry
Damion
Tyson
Markus
Perlo*
Enzo
Yan
Marcus
Niels
Perl*
Lutz
Gary
Marco
Jochen
Perl*
Alvise
Gary
Marzio
Markus
Perla*
Israel
Rosendo
Marcos
Uriel
Pearl*
용식 Yongsik
바람 Baram
효지 Hyoji
재준 Jaejun
Pearl ダイヤ Dia*
ヒサシ Hisashi
ソウスケ Sōsuke
アキト Akito
ノゾム Nozomu
Diamond*
Clint
Ralph
Lewis
Tommy
Diamant*
Romain
Quentin
Mattéo
Alexis
Diamant*
Dirk
Arnold
Armin
Bastian
Diaman*
Clint
Ruggero
Livio
Tommaso
Diamant*
Germán
Pablo
Fabio
Ignacio
다이아몬드 Diamond*
무현 Muhyeon
조연 Joyeon
조인 Join
정무 Jeongmu
Platinum ダイヤ Dia*
パール Pearl*
ジュン Jun
テツジ Tetsuji
ヒロノブ Hironobu
ヨシノリ Yoshinori
Diamond*
Pearl*
Barry
Nolan
Roy
Gavin
Diamant*
Perlo*
Enzo
Théo
Cédric
Jacob
Diamant*
Perl*
Lutz
Gary
Marco
Jochen
Diaman*
Perl*
Alvise
Rolando
Ricky
Gino
Diamant*
Perla*
Israel
Rosendo
Marcos
Joni
다이아몬드 Diamond*
Pearl*
용식 Yongsik
바람 Baram
효지 Hyoji
재준 Jaejun


In the anime

In the main series

Barry in the anime
Main article: Barry (anime)

In the anime, there is a character based on Barry, sharing his name and characteristics. He debuted in Barry's Busting Out All Over! and became one of Ash's rivals as well as an occasional traveling companion.

In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Barry appeared in the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, where he joined Bettie and Iris in a journey across Pasio. In a stadium, the trio came across Skyla, Flint, and Acerola; and battled their Swanna, Infernape, and Palossand, respectively. The outcome of the battle was left unknown.

Pokémon

Barry's Piplup
Piplup
Piplup is Barry's only known Pokémon. Alongside Bettie's Pikachu and Iris's Haxorus, it battled Skyla's Swanna, Flint's Infernape, and Acerola's Palossand.

Piplup's known moves are Ice Beam and Bubble Beam.

Debut Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

In the manga

Barry in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl manga

Barry appeared in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.

Pokémon

Barry's Chimchar
Chimchar
Chimchar is Barry's first known Pokémon.

Chimchar's known moves are Scratch and Ember.

Debut Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
Barry's Starly
Starly
Starly is Barry's second known Pokémon.

Starly's only known move is Growl.

Debut Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

In other manga

Jun
Pearl, Barry's counterpart

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Main article: Pearl (Adventures)

In Pokémon Adventures, Barry has a counterpart named Pearl.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

Main article: Jun (DPA)

In Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Adventure!, there is a recurring character who shares Barry's likeness and Japanese name, Jun.

In the Pocket Monsters DP manga

Main article: Kazuki (Pocket Monsters DP)

In Pocket Monsters DP, Barry has a counterpart named Kazuki.

In the Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl: Regigigas Major Capture Operation!! manga

Main article: Kento

In Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl: Regigigas Major Capture Operation!!, Kento is based on Barry.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Barry or his Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Rival Su Diamond & Pearl Uncommon 113/130 Space-Time Creation Uncommon  
Secret Wonders Uncommon 124/132 Dialga LV.X Constructed Standard Deck    
      Palkia LV.X Constructed Standard Deck    
 

Trivia

  • Barry has achieved a high score of 2,000 at Pal Park, which serves as the default high score.
  • Among the default names for him in the Japanese version of Pokémon Diamond is Shigeru, one of the names that are default in both Pokémon Red and Pokémon FireRed for Blue. "Gary" is also one of the optional names for him in the German and Italian-language versions of Pokémon Diamond. Gary's Korean Name, 바람 Baram can also be found among optional names for him in Korean-language version.
  • All Japanese default names for Barry come from game staff members' first names. They are all listed in the game's credits. Jun is from Junichi Masuda, production director and music composer. Shigeru is from Shigeru Ōmori, game design leader. Kōji comes from Kōji Nishino, a game designer. Toshinobu is from Toshinobu Matsumiya, game scenario author. Hisashi is from Hisashi Sogabe, battle system programmer. Sōsuke is from Sōsuke Tamada, field system programmer. Akito is from Akito Mori, communication system programmer and Nozomu is from Nozomu Saito, also one of the programmers.
  • Although Barry can only be battled on weekends, if the player saves the game in front of him on a Sunday in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, he can still be battled on weekdays if the player does not leave the Fight Area during the periods of time in between. This was corrected in Pokémon Platinum.
  • Barry has an orange Pokétch, but an old lady in Oreburgh City states that blue and pink are the only colors that are produced by the Pokétch Company.
  • In Pokémon Platinum, Barry's Heracross has the Ability Guts when fought in Canalave City but has Swarm in all subsequent battles.
    • In Diamond and Pearl, his Heracross also knows Megahorn during the Pokémon League battle, where it is at level 50, despite not being able to learn the move until level 55. This is fixed in Platinum.
  • Barry possesses the highest-level Pokémon amongst all the rival characters, with his starter being able to grow up to level 85 in Pokémon Platinum. The only NPC-owned Pokémon outside of a battle facility that outlevels Barry's starter at its strongest is Red's level 88 Pikachu in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
  • In Pokémon Masters, Barry reveals that he keeps trying to fine people because he wants to gather money for his own Battle Tower so he could challenge his father there, due to him never being able to reach him at the Sinnoh Battle Tower.

Names

Barry is used as the official name for this character in Pokémon Masters and his anime counterpart, in addition to it appearing as an optional name for him in the games (Diamond and Platinum). His default name is Diamond or Pearl depending on the version being played, while internal game data refers to him as Cedric (Japanese: パール Pearl).

Language Name Origin
Japanese ジュン Jun From Junichi Masuda
English, German, Italian Barry Same as his anime counterpart and his first default name in Diamond and Platinum in English
French René Same as his anime counterpart and the French name of Camper Barry from Fuchsia Gym
Spanish Israel Same as his first default name in Diamond and Platinum
Korean 용식 Yongsik Same as his anime counterpart and his first default name in Diamond and Platinum
Chinese (Mandarin) 阿馴 Ā Xún From the Japanese name 馴 Jun. 馴 means to tame/train.
Chinese (Cantonese) 阿馴 A Sèuhn


Rival characters
BlueSilverBrendan/MayWallyBarryCherenBiancaHughCalem/Serena
ShaunaTiernoTrevorHauGladionTraceHopBedeMarnieKlaraAvery
RonaldPaulo


Non-player characters in the core series games
Sinnoh Professor RowanProfessor OakJohannaBarryLucasDawnCynthiaLookerStat Trainers (CherylRileyMiraBuckMarley)
BebeTealaFelicityRoxy and OliRoseanneRad RickshawEldritchWilmaJasmineJuliaJordanDexterKeiraDr. FootstepMr. Goods
Mr. FuegoPokétch Co. PresidentPokémon Fan Club ChairmanMassage GirlScarf GuyHelenaKetch AppyTeam GalacticGym guide
Gym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsName RaterDay-Care CoupleProfessors' aidesStats judge


Characters appearing in Pokémon Masters
Pasio ScottieBettie
Kanto BrockMistyLt. SurgeErikaBlaineLoreleiBrunoAgathaJanineKogaBlueGiovanniLanceLeafProfessor Oak
Johto KrisBugsyWhitneyPryceClairWillKarenLyraEthan
Hoenn BrendanRoxanneBrawlyFlanneryNormanWinonaTateLizaPhoebeDrakeNolandGlaciaZinniaSteven
Sinnoh BarryRoarkGardeniaMayleneCrasher WakeCandiceFlintCherylMarleyThortonCynthia
Unova RosaClaySkylaBrycenIrisMarshalShauntalRoxieMarlonCherenHilbertHildaElesaCaitlinGrimsley
Kalos GrantKorrinaRamosWulfricSieboldWikstromViolaCalemValerie
Alola HauOliviaSophoclesMinaHapuKahiliNanuAcerolaKukui
NPCs PauloProfessor BellisLearSawyerRachelTristaTriciaTrinnia
RedMallowWallaceSabrinaFantinaTeam Break


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