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title_en=Wake Up--You’re Snorlax! |
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|title_en=Wake Up—You're Snorlax!
title_ja=VSカビゴン |
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|title_ja=VS カビゴン
title_ro=VS. Snorlax |
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|title_ro=VS Kabigon
image=PS012.png |
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|image=PS012.png
chapter=Red, Green & Blue |
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|chapter=Red, Green & Blue
volume=1 |
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|volume=1
number=12 |
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|number=12
location={{rt|11|Kanto}} and {{rt|12|Kanto}} |
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|location=[[Route]]s {{rtn|11|Kanto}} and {{rtn|12|Kanto}}
prev_round=Buzz Off, Electabuzz! |
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|prev_round=Buzz Off, Electabuzz!
next_round=Sigh for Psyduck }}
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|next_round=Sigh for Psyduck
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}}
   
'''Wake Up--You’re Snorlax!''' (Japanese: '''VSカビゴン''' ''VS. {{tt|Kabigon|Snorlax}}'') is the twelfth round in the {{chap|Red, Green & Blue}} of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga.
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'''Wake Up—You're Snorlax!''' (Japanese: '''VS カビゴン''' ''VS {{tt|Kabigon|Snorlax}}'') is the 12th round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga.
   
==Synopsis==
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==Plot==
Red takes part in a bike race along {{rt|11|Kanto}}, having borrowed a bicycle from the [[Pokémon Fan Club Chairman]], but when it starts, he finds himself far behind everyone. However, he catches up when everyone stops at a river filled with {{p|Tentacruel}}, forcing the cyclists to cross one at a time -- all except for a [[Swimmer]] who informs him that Pokémon are allowed to be used in the race. Watching the Swimmer get across on his {{p|Slowpoke}} gives Red an idea, and sends out [[Poli]] in order to make a bridge of ice using {{m|Ice Beam}}, allowing Red to gain considerable ground.
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{{spoilers}}
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{{adv|Red}} takes part in a bike race along {{rt|11|Kanto}}, having borrowed a [[Bicycle]] from the [[Pokémon Fan Club Chairman]], but when it starts, he finds himself far behind everyone. However, he catches up when everyone stops at a river filled with {{p|Tentacruel}}, forcing the cyclists to cross one at a time—all except for a {{tc|Swimmer}} who informs him that Pokémon are allowed to be used in the race. Watching the Swimmer get across on his {{p|Slowpoke}} gives Red an idea, and he sends out [[Poli]] in order to make a bridge of ice using {{m|Ice Beam}}, allowing Red to gain considerable ground.
   
Reaching a fork, Red finds the other cyclists opting to go the longer way instead of a shorter route through a forest infested by {{t|Bug}} Pokémon. Ignoring the warning of a {{tc|Bug Catcher}}, Red decides to keep his lead by going through the forest, by having his [[Pika]] shock all of the wild Pokémon and [[Saur]] cut through the thick brush. Suddenly, a {{p|Beedrill}} hive falls on Bulbasaur's head, and Red finds himself fleeing from the ensuing Beedrill swarm. Eventually, Red trundles out of the forest, wincing from Beedrill stings but nevertheless far ahead, at which he and his Pokémon rejoice.
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Reaching a fork, Red finds the other cyclists opting to go the longer way instead of a shorter route through a forest infested by {{t|Bug}} Pokémon. Ignoring the warning of a {{tc|Bug Catcher}}, Red decides to keep his lead by going through the forest, by having [[Pika]] shock all of the wild Pokémon and [[Saur]] cut through the thick brush. Suddenly, a {{p|Beedrill}} hive falls on Saur's head, and Red finds himself fleeing from the ensuing Beedrill swarm. Eventually, Red trundles out of the forest, wincing from Beedrill stings but nevertheless far ahead, at which he and his Pokémon rejoice.
   
At {{rt|12|Kanto}}, Red finds the Swimmer and the Bug Catcher stuck at the dock, unable to continue due to a {{p|Snorlax}} blocking the way ahead. Red tries getting Poli to attack Snorlax, but the attack fails; the Swimmer and Bug Catcher point out that Snorlax would simply {{m|Rest}} off any attack thrown at it. Coming up with a plan, Red uses the Beedrill honey still coating his Bulbasaur to rouse Snorlax from his sleep -- as a result, the awoken Snorlax chases after Red for the honey all the way to the finish line; the sight shocking the announcer and onlookers. Some time later, Red mopes over how the 10,000 dollars he won in the race had to be all spent on his newly caught Snorlax...
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At {{rt|12|Kanto}}, Red finds the Swimmer and the Bug Catcher stuck at the dock, unable to continue due to a {{p|Snorlax}} blocking the way ahead. Red tries getting Poli to attack Snorlax, but the attack fails; the Swimmer and Bug Catcher point out that Snorlax would simply {{m|Rest}} off any attack thrown at it. Coming up with a plan, Red uses the Beedrill honey still coating his Bulbasaur to rouse Snorlax from his sleep—as a result, the awoken Snorlax chases after Red for the honey all the way to the finish line; the sight shocking the announcer and onlookers. Sometime later, Red mopes over how the 10,000 dollars he won in the race had to be all spent on his newly caught Snorlax...
   
 
==Major events==
 
==Major events==
* Red has obtained a bike.
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* {{adv|Red}} is revealed to have obtained a [[Bicycle]].
* Red catches a Snorlax.
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* Red catches a {{p|Snorlax}}, which he nicknames [[Snor]].
   
==Debuts==
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{{Adventuresevents}}
===Pokémon debuts===
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{{endspoilers}}
* {{p|Snorlax}}
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===Debuts===
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* [[Chairtarō]]
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* {{tc|Swimmer}}
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* {{tc|Bug Catcher}}
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====Pokémon debuts====
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* {{p|Tentacruel}}
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* {{p|Slowpoke}}
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* {{p|Scyther}}
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* {{p|Butterfree}}
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* {{p|Venonat}}
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* {{p|Beedrill}}
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* {{p|Snorlax}} ({{OP|Red|Snorlax}})
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
 
===Humans===
 
===Humans===
* {{Adv|Red}}
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* {{adv|Red}}
 
* {{tc|Swimmer}}
 
* {{tc|Swimmer}}
 
* {{tc|Bug Catcher}}
 
* {{tc|Bug Catcher}}
* Announcer
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* [[Pokémon Fan Club Chairman]] (fantasy)
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* [[Chairtarō]]
====Cameos====
 
* [[Pokémon Fan Club President]]
 
 
* Racers
 
* Racers
 
* Crowd
 
* Crowd
   
 
===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
* {{p|Poliwrath}} ([[Poli]]; Red's)
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* {{p|Poliwrath}} ([[Poli]]; {{adv|Red}}'s)
* {{p|Bulbasaur}} ([[Saur]]; Red's)
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* {{p|Bulbasaur}} ([[Saur]]; {{adv|Red}}'s)
* {{p|Pikachu}} ([[Pika]]; Red's)
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* {{p|Pikachu}} ([[Pika]]; {{adv|Red}}'s)
* {{p|Snorlax}} (Snor/{{tt|Lax|Chuang Yi}}; Red's; new)
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* {{p|Snorlax}} ([[Snor]]; {{adv|Red}}'s; new)
* {{p|Beedrill}}
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* {{p|Slowpoke}} ({{tc|Swimmer}}'s)
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* {{p|Scyther}} ({{tc|Bug Catcher}}'s)
====Cameos====
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* {{p|Beedrill}} (multiple)
* {{p|Slowpoke}} (Swimmer's)
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* {{p|Tentacruel}} (×3)
* {{p|Scyther}} (Bug Catcher's)
 
* {{p|Tentacruel}}
 
 
* {{p|Butterfree}}
 
* {{p|Butterfree}}
 
* {{p|Venonat}}
 
* {{p|Venonat}}
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
* The race is sponsored by [[Miracle Cycle]].
 
* The race is sponsored by [[Miracle Cycle]].
* In the bike race, Pokémon are allowed to be used. This ruling is similar to the race that was featured in the [[Pokémon anime]] episode, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon]]''.
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* In the bike race, Pokémon are allowed to be used. This ruling is similar to the race that was featured in the [[Pokémon anime]] episode, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]''.
* Red comments that he got his bike from the President of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]]. In the {{pkmn|games}}, the president gives the player a voucher which must be redeemed in the [[Cerulean City]] bike shop.
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* Red comments that he got his bike from the President of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]]. In the {{pkmn|games}}, the president gives the player a voucher which must be redeemed in the [[Cerulean City]] bike shop.
* Red's number is 1. Swimmer is number 20 and Bug Catcher is number 31.
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* The area where {{p|Snorlax}} is sleeping is directly based on one of its positions in the games, which would be {{rt|12|Kanto}}.
* The area where Snorlax is sleeping is directly based on one of its positions in the games, which would be {{rt|12|Kanto}}.
 
   
 
===Errors===
 
===Errors===
* {{Adv|Red}} commands [[Saur]] to use Leaf Cutter. This is a mistranslation by VIZ, as Leaf Cutter is the Japanese name for {{m|Razor Leaf}}. This was corrected in the 2009 second edition printing.
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* In the [[VIZ Media]] first edition, when {{adv|Red}} commands [[Saur]] to use {{m|Razor Leaf}} he refers to it by its Japanese name, Leaf Cutter. This was corrected in the 2009 second edition printing.
   
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==In other languages==
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|zh_cmn={{tt|VS 卡比獸|VS Snorlax}} (Taiwan)<br>{{tt|VS 卡比兽|VS Snorlax}} (Mainland China)
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|fi={{tt|Red vastaan Snorlax|Red versus Snorlax}}
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|fr_eu={{tt|Ronflex|Snorlax}}{{tt|*|Glénat translation}}<br>{{tt|La course d'obstacles Pokémon|The Pokémon obstacle course}}{{tt|*|Kurokawa translation}}
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|de={{tt|Aufwachen, Relaxo!|Wake up, Snorlax!}}{{tt|*|Egmont Manga & Anime translation}}<br>{{tt|VS. Relaxo|VS. Snorlax}}{{tt|*|Panini Comics translation}}
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|it=VS Snorlax{{tt|*|J-Pop}}<br>{{tt|Svegliati, Snorlax!|Wake up, Snorlax!}}{{tt|*|Panini Comics translation}}
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|ko={{tt|VS 잠만보|VS Snorlax}}
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|pl={{tt|Kontra Snorlax|VS Snorlax}}
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|pt_br=VS Snorlax
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|es_eu={{tt|Contra Snorlax|VS Snorlax}}
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|th={{tt|VS คาบิก้อน|VS Snorlax}}
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|vi={{tt|VS Kabigon|VS Snorlax}}
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}}
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{{Project Manga notice}}
 
{{Project Manga notice}}
   
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[[de:Kapitel 12 (Pocket Monsters SPECIAL)]]
[[pl:Kontra Snorlax]]
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[[es:PMS012]]
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[[fr:Chapitre 12 (Pocket Monsters Special)]]
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[[it:LGA012]]
 
[[ja:ポケットモンスターSPECIAL 第12話]]
 
[[ja:ポケットモンスターSPECIAL 第12話]]
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[[zh:PS012]]

Latest revision as of 11:34, 18 March 2019

Wake Up—You're Snorlax!
PS012.png
VS カビゴン
VS Kabigon
Info
Chapter Red, Green & Blue
Collected in Vol. 1
Round number 12
Other
Location Routes 11 and 12
Rounds
Previous Round Buzz Off, Electabuzz!
Next Round Sigh for Psyduck

Wake Up—You're Snorlax! (Japanese: VS カビゴン VS Kabigon) is the 12th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.

Contents

Plot

201 Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details. 201

Red takes part in a bike race along Route 11, having borrowed a Bicycle from the Pokémon Fan Club Chairman, but when it starts, he finds himself far behind everyone. However, he catches up when everyone stops at a river filled with Tentacruel, forcing the cyclists to cross one at a time—all except for a Swimmer who informs him that Pokémon are allowed to be used in the race. Watching the Swimmer get across on his Slowpoke gives Red an idea, and he sends out Poli in order to make a bridge of ice using Ice Beam, allowing Red to gain considerable ground.

Reaching a fork, Red finds the other cyclists opting to go the longer way instead of a shorter route through a forest infested by Bug Pokémon. Ignoring the warning of a Bug Catcher, Red decides to keep his lead by going through the forest, by having Pika shock all of the wild Pokémon and Saur cut through the thick brush. Suddenly, a Beedrill hive falls on Saur's head, and Red finds himself fleeing from the ensuing Beedrill swarm. Eventually, Red trundles out of the forest, wincing from Beedrill stings but nevertheless far ahead, at which he and his Pokémon rejoice.

At Route 12, Red finds the Swimmer and the Bug Catcher stuck at the dock, unable to continue due to a Snorlax blocking the way ahead. Red tries getting Poli to attack Snorlax, but the attack fails; the Swimmer and Bug Catcher point out that Snorlax would simply Rest off any attack thrown at it. Coming up with a plan, Red uses the Beedrill honey still coating his Bulbasaur to rouse Snorlax from his sleep—as a result, the awoken Snorlax chases after Red for the honey all the way to the finish line; the sight shocking the announcer and onlookers. Sometime later, Red mopes over how the 10,000 dollars he won in the race had to be all spent on his newly caught Snorlax...

Major events

For a list of all major events in the Pokémon Adventures manga, please see the timeline of events.
201 Spoilers end here. 201

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

Characters

Trivia

Errors

  • In the VIZ Media first edition, when Red commands Saur to use Razor Leaf he refers to it by its Japanese name, Leaf Cutter. This was corrected in the 2009 second edition printing.

In other languages



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