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タケシ Takeshi
"The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!"
Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Brock.png
Art from Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! by Megumi Mizutani[1]
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Eye color Black
Hair color Brown
Hometown Pewter City
Region Kanto
Trainer class Gym LeaderRBYFRLGGSCHGSSPE
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation I, II, III, IV, V, VII, VIII, IX
Counterpart(s) Brock (Masters)
Games Red, Blue, and Yellow, Gold, Silver, and Crystal, FireRed and LeafGreen, HeartGold and SoulSilver, Black 2 and White 2, Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Stadium, Stadium 2, Masters EX
English voice actor Tommy Arciniega[2] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Kōsuke Toriumi[3] (Masters EX)
Member of Indigo League
Rank Gym Leader
Leader of Pewter Gym
Badge Boulder Badge
Specializes in Rock types
Anime series Pokémon the Series, Pokémon Origins
Debut Showdown in Pewter City (Pokémon the Series), File 1: Red (Pokémon Origins)
Counterpart(s) Brock
English voice actor Eric Stuart (EP005-AG145), Bill Rogers (AG146-present, MoMP) (Pokémon the Series)
Johnny Yong Bosch (Pokémon Origins)
Japanese voice actor Yūji Ueda (Pokémon the Series)
Tomokazu Sugita (Pokémon Origins)

Brock (Japanese: タケシ Takeshi) is the Gym Leader of Pewter City's Gym, known officially as the Pewter Gym. He gives the Boulder Badge to Trainers who defeat him in battle. He specializes in Rock-type Pokémon.

In the core series games

Brock appears in Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed, and LeafGreen and Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! as the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, which is the first Gym that the player challenges on their journey. He is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon Trainers in the Pewter City area, and many people respect and admire him. He is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this. He rarely laughs or drops his serious demeanor, but when he does, he finds it hard to stop. In his free time, he likes to dig for Fossils in Mt. Moon. In addition to the Boulder Badge, Brock gives out TM34 (Bide) in Red, Blue, and Yellow, TM39 (Rock Tomb) in FireRed and LeafGreen, and TM01 (Headbutt) in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

In Yellow, Let's Go, Pikachu!, and Let's Go, Eevee!, Brock mentions that he is training to become a Pokémon Breeder, a Trainer class that doesn't exist in these games. This is a reference to the goal of his anime counterpart. In Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, he decides to postpone this goal to have daily rematches with the player after they've become Champion.

In Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Brock is also met in Celadon City, where he gives the player the Tea required to enter Saffron City. During this encounter, it is also revealed that he is obsessed with pretty girls, just like his anime counterpart.

Three years later, in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, Brock remains the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, which can be challenged at any point during the player's travels through Kanto. He is surprised to hear that the player is from the Johto region, and happily accepts their challenge. While he doesn't give out a TM in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, he gives out TM80 (Rock Slide) in HeartGold and SoulSilver.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, after all 16 Badges have been obtained, Brock can be found in Diglett's Cave near Pewter City on any day between noon and 3 PM, and will offer his Pokégear number if spoken to. If he is called on Saturday nights, he will be up for a rematch at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City. After his Pokégear number has been obtained, he will reappear in Diglett's Cave every day between 5 PM and 8 PM, and the player can have a photograph taken with him there. If he is spoken to in Diglett's Cave on a Saturday, he will offer to trade a Rhyhorn that knows Thunder Fang for a Bonsly.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, Brock appears alongside the other Gym Leaders of Kanto as an opponent in the Kanto Leaders Tournament at the Pokémon World Tournament. He also participates alongside the Gym Leaders of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova in the World Leaders Tournament, and other Rock-type experts in the Rock Type Expert Tournament.

Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker's information on Brock in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pewter City - Sign
  • What does this person do?
"Pewter City Pokémon Gym
Leader: Brock
The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!"
Pewter Gym - Brock
  • Favorite kind of Pokémon?
"My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my Pokémon.
My Pokémon are all rock hard and have true-grit determination.
That's right - my Pokémon are all the Rock type!"
Pewter City - Young Man
  • What is this person like?
"There aren't many serious Pokémon Trainers here.
They're all like Bug Catchers, you know, just hobbyists.
But Pewter Gym's Brock isn't like that, not one bit."
Route 4 - Boy
  • What is this person like?
"Brock is cool. He's not just tough.
People like and respect him.
I want to become a Gym Leader like him."
Mt. Moon - Man
  • What does this person do?
"Hi. I'm excavating for fossils here under Mt. Moon.
Sometimes, Brock of Pewter Gym lends me a hand."
Pewter Museum - Pokémon Journal
  • What is this person like?
"Brock rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts."
Message from Brock
"In this big world of ours, there must be many tough Trainers.
Let's both keep training and making ourselves stronger!"


Pokémon Red and Blue

Brock has five Full Heals per Pokémon.

Pokémon Yellow

Brock has five Full Heals per Pokémon.

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Brock has a Hyper Potion.

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Gym battle


Traded to the player
Location Player's Pokémon Traded Pokémon English
Item Ability Nature English
Diglett's Cave   Bonsly   Rhyhorn * Hornlette つのこ   Passho Berry Lightning Rod Relaxed Brock タケシ 06845 22/31/13/22/9/0

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

Brock uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Brock will always lead with his signature Pokémon, Onix.

Kanto Leaders Tournament

Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Gym battle


In the side series games

Pokémon Stadium

Brock appears in Pokémon Stadium as the first Gym Leader the player faces during the Gym Leader Castle challenge. As usual for Trainers in this game, he also uses Pokémon outside his specialty type. One such Pokémon is a Vulpix, a reference to Brock's anime counterpart, who also owned one at the time of the game's release.


Round 1

Round 2

Pokémon Stadium 2

Brock returns in Pokémon Stadium 2 as part of the Kanto Gym Leader Castle.

During the game's end credits, Brock is seen having a battle with Jasmine at the Olivine Gym.


Round 1

Round 2

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Puzzle League

Main article: Brock (anime)

The anime incarnation of Brock appears in Pokémon Puzzle League, which is based on the anime's original series during the Orange Archipelago arc.

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Brock (Masters)

Brock, in his Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver design, forms a sync pair with Onix and Tyranitar in Pokémon Masters EX. Brock has been a playable sync pair since the game's release, with him joining the player at the beginning of the game.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role Base Potential Availability
#002   Brock #0095   Onix
  ★★★ Story
#002   Sygna Suit
#0248   Tyranitar
  ★★★☆☆☆EX Story
Interlude 01



Headshot from
Red and Green
Official artwork from
Red and Blue
Official artwork from
Yellow by Ken Sugimori[4]
Official artwork from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Official artwork from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Official artwork from
Pokémon Origins
Concept art from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Sprites and models

In the core series

Sprite from
Red and Blue
Sprite from
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
VS model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Overworld sprite from
Generation I
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Overworld model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

In other games

Portrait from
Portraits from
Stadium 2


Main article: Brock/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

Brock in the anime
Main article: Brock (anime)

In the anime, like later Gym Leaders, Brock appeared primarily as an opponent to Ash Ketchum in his debut episode; unlike later Gym Leaders, he requested to join Ash on his journey, aiming to be the world's greatest Pokémon Breeder. In doing so, Brock left the Gym in the hands of his father, Flint, who had finally revealed himself to have returned from his journey. Brock advised Ash throughout the Kanto region, then left briefly during the Orange Archipelago arc to assist Professor Ivy. He returned to Ash's side in Johto, and with brief returns to Pewter City at the end of each series, joined him for his journeys in Hoenn and Sinnoh as well. However, towards the end of Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, Brock decided to become a Pokémon Doctor and parted ways from traveling with Ash. Despite this, Brock reunites with Ash from time to time, meeting up with him in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. More recently, he reappeared in Pokémon Journeys: The Series for a four-part special set in Sinnoh and resumed traveling with Ash before returning home.

Brock mainly provides an advisory role to the other main characters of the anime, being several years older than the rest of them. His knowledge of Pokémon battles is great, causing him to often referee matches between Ash and others. Brock also fancies himself as something of a ladies' man, though each time he hits on someone he is either rejected outright; pulled away by Misty or Max; or, more recently, Poison Jabbed by his Croagunk.

Pokémon Origins

Brock in Pokémon Origins

In Pokémon Origins, Brock is the only Gym Leader to have a key role other than Giovanni. Much like his role in the games, Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym.

Brock is first seen in File 1: Red, watching a Pokémon battle between Red and Blue. After Red is defeated, Brock talks to Red and teaches him about the basics of Pokémon battling and training.

A calm, eloquent and dignified young man, Brock is presented as both wise and experienced in the field of Pokémon.

Later, Red discovers that Brock is the Gym Leader of Pewter City and goes to challenge Brock to earn his first Badge. There, they have a Gym battle in which Brock teaches Red about type matchups and strategy. Brock is shown to have many Pokémon, and selects Geodude and Onix when Red confirms that he has no Badges. This implies that all Gym Leaders have Pokémon of varying strengths in reserve in order to keep each challenge a fair fight. After a lengthy and tough battle, Red eventually defeats Brock by using all of his Pokémon to slowly weaken Brock's Onix until it falls. Having lost the battle, Brock awards Red with the Boulder Badge and TM34 (Bide). After imparting some final words of wisdom, Brock sends the blossoming Red on his way.

Unlike most other characters in Pokémon Origins, whose designs were based on their Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen designs, Brock's design is more akin to his Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver design.


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Main article: Brock's Geodude

Geodude was the first Pokémon Brock used in his Gym battle against Red. It nearly defeated Red's Charmander, forcing him to switch out for his Nidoran♂, who was able to defeat Geodude with a Double Kick.

Debut File 1: Red
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix was the second Pokémon Brock used during his Gym battle against Red. It manage to defeat Red's Nidoran♂, Spearow, Rattata, and Metapod. With the help of Metapod's String Shot reducing its speed, Onix was later defeated by Red's Charmander.

Debut File 1: Red
Voice actors
English Keith Silverstein

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 杉田智和 Tomokazu Sugita
English Johnny Yong Bosch
German Michael Deffert
Italian Federico Zanandrea
European Spanish Víctor Martínez


Brock briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Main article: Brock (anime)

Brock appears in Ash & Pikachu, a manga based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, he is a traveling companion of Ash alongside Misty.

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Brock (anime)

As The Electric Tale of Pikachu is based on the Pokémon anime, Brock is a commonly recurring character, although he does not appear in every chapter and he does not travel with Ash and Misty constantly.

Magical Pokémon Journey

Ash and Brock in Magical Pokémon Journey

Brock, along with Ash and Misty, make cameo appearances in bonus chapters of Magical Pokémon Journey. In the bonus chapters, Brock and co. have mistakenly wandered into the world Magical Pokémon Journey is set in. The bonus chapters chronicle their attempts to return to their own world (of the anime) and their encounters with various aspects of the Magical Pokémon Journey canon which differ from the anime's canon (such as the use of Poké Balls).

Movie adaptations

Brock with his friends

As Brock has appeared in every movie prior to Pokémon the Series: Black & White, he has appeared in every manga adaptation of it. His team in the manga adaptations are the same as in the films.

Pokémon Adventures

Brock and his Geodude

Aside from being a Gym Leader, Brock also works as a security guard at the Pewter Museum of Science.


Red, Green & Blue arc

Brock debuts in Onix Is On!, though he is mentioned earlier by Blue in Wanted: Pikachu!, who described him as being bored by no one being able to defeat him, or even get past the preliminaries. To gain access to Brock, a Trainer must win several rounds of battles against special Trainers of the Gym, and all of those battles are watched by him from a special room.

Brock is a brave Trainer, and he assists Erika and Misty in their battles against Team Rocket. He also gave Yellow a Graveler after the good Gym Leaders of Kanto battled Agatha's mind-controlling Gastly. However, he is also shown to be quick to anger and restless in his search for a good battle, and when discovering that Red's Pika, the only remaining Pokémon of his, was disobedient, deemed his wins "dumb luck" and sought for a finisher attack instantly. However, when the boy begins to gain his Pokémon's trust, it chooses to fight for him and defeats his Onix.

Yellow arc

After Blaine figured out that Red must have been at Mt. Moon before going missing, Brock volunteered to search there, since Mt. Moon is closest to Pewter City. He then found a cast of Red frozen in ice there and contacted Blaine. Before all of the information could be exchanged, he found out that Pewter City was under attack by a group of Bruno's Machop that was searching for Brock's Boulder Badge, and he left to protect it.

Gold, Silver & Crystal arc

A few years later, he, along with Erika and Misty, traveled to Johto for the Gym Leader Tournament at the Indigo Plateau, where he faced off against the expert of the newly discovered Steel-type, Jasmine. He lost the match and later fought against Team Rocket on the Magnet Train.


This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in Pokémon Adventures.

On hand
Geodude (×6)
Main article: Brock's Geodude

Brock owns six Geodude, nicknamed Geoone, Geotwo, Geothree, and so on. One of them appeared in Onix Is On! watching the battles with his Trainer. The other five first appeared in Putting It On The Line...Against Arcanine. They often grasp each others' wrists in order to circle around Brock to protect him. During the Gold, Silver & Crystal arc, they used their Magnitude to stop the Magnet Train. However, the impact sent it off course, causing it to almost crash before it was saved by Red's Snorlax, Snor.

Debut Onix Is On!
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix is arguably Brock's most powerful Pokémon and is apparently well known for its speed, which causes shock waves when it moves. Onix was first used in battle against Red's Pikachu, Pika. Despite the type advantage, Onix was defeated by the small Electric-type after it came to fight for Red of its own will. Three years later, Onix was sent out by Brock to use as a bridge when a bridge in the Tohjo Falls went out while Brock, Erika, and Misty were heading to Johto, during which Misty is joined by Suicune. However, it itself collapsed when they were all attacked by a large group of Zubat, Golbat and Crobat. Once the group finally made it to the Indigo Plateau, Brock used Onix in his battle with Jasmine. It lost to Jasmine's Steelix, which he initially mistook as an Onix of a different variety due to its rock covering used to hide the fact that it was a new, undiscovered species at the time.

Debut Onix Is On!

Kabuto → Kabutops
Brock met Kabutops when it was a Kabuto in the Pewter Museum of Science during the Elite Four's invasion of Kanto, and received and later evolved it for protecting it during the ordeal. It knows many ancient attacks and is a very powerful member of Brock's team; it was able to easily hold its own against Jasmine's Ampharos, Amphy, nearly winning him the match despite the type disadvantage.

Kabutops's only known move is Ancient Power, and its Ability is Battle Armor.

Debut Striking Golduck
Given away
Brock's Graveler was first seen as he watched Red battle the Trainers in the Pewter Gym. Later on, Brock gave him to Yellow, who named him Gravvy. He has since evolved it into a Golem.

Graveler's known moves are Mega Punch, Rock Throw, Take Down, and Defense Curl, and his Ability is Sturdy.

Debut Onix Is On!

Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Brock in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Brock appeared as a silhouette in JBA5 alongside his Onix and the other Kanto Gym Leaders.


This is a listing of Brock's known Pokémon in the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga:

Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix is Brock's only known Pokémon. It only appeared as a silhouette.

Debut JBA5

Brock in the Pocket Monsters manga
Brock in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Brock debuted in Take Out The Rival Onix!!. Before Red arrived in Pewter City, Green got there and took Brock on. However, Brock was brutally strong as he managed to knock Green and his Charmander back into a window. The impact caused him to tell Red about Brock's strength. Despite Green's advice, Red decided to go to the Gym anyway. Red noticed Brock's collection of Pokémon he had caught over the years and one of them turned out to be Clefairy's cousin, Pikachu. Brock then came and Red had his first Gym battle with him. Red used Clefairy while Brock used Onix. Clefairy managed to defeat Onix by having it chase its own tail, earning Red the Boulder Badge.

Brock reappeared in Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!! in a form of a cameo. He was seen wearing his outfit from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.


On hand
Main article: Brock's Onix

Onix is Brock's signature Pokémon. Onix is frequently used in Brock's Gym battles.

Debut Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
Other Pokémon
Brock is shown with a large Pokémon collection at the Pewter Gym. Many of them are not identifiable as currently known Pokémon.

None of their move's are known.

Debut Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!
Given away

Pokémon Zensho

Brock in Pokémon Zensho

Brock appears in PZ02 as the first Gym Leader that Satoshi battled. Initially, Satoshi's Charmander was losing against Brock's Onix, but eventually, the small Fire-type managed to defeat Onix by chopping off its horn, winning Satoshi his first Badge.



In the TCG

Brock has an eponymous Theme Deck in the Gym Heroes expansion. Its Japanese counterpart is based on the Pewter Gym.


Brock and the Boulder Badge Brock and the Boulder Badge Brock feeds his Onix
Artwork from the
Nivi City Gym Theme Deck
Brock wears a "Rocky" Onix shirt Brock gets frustrated with Blaine's quizzes Brock's updated VS art


Brock has an eponymous Theme Deck in the Gym Heroes expansion. All cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the Pokémon TCG are listed below.

Brock's Pokémon
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Brock's Rhydon   Gym Heroes   2/132 Leaders' Stadium    
      Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Golem   Gym Heroes   20/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Onix   Gym Heroes   21/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Rhyhorn   Gym Heroes   22/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Sandslash   Gym Heroes   23/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Zubat   Gym Heroes   24/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Geodude   Gym Heroes   38/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Golbat   Gym Heroes   39/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Graveler   Gym Heroes   40/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Lickitung   Gym Heroes   41/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Geodude   Gym Heroes   66/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Mankey   Gym Heroes   67/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Mankey   Gym Heroes   68/132 Leaders' Stadium    
      Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Brock's Onix   Gym Heroes   69/132 Challenge from the Darkness    
      Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Brock's Rhyhorn   Gym Heroes   70/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Sandshrew   Gym Heroes   71/132 Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Sandshrew   Gym Heroes   72/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Vulpix   Gym Heroes   73/132 Leaders' Stadium    
      Nivi City Gym    
Brock's Zubat   Gym Heroes   74/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Ninetales   Gym Challenge   3/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Dugtrio   Gym Challenge   22/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Graveler   Gym Challenge   34/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Primeape   Gym Challenge   35/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Sandslash   Gym Challenge   36/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Vulpix   Gym Challenge   37/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Diglett   Gym Challenge   67/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Geodude   Gym Challenge   68/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Omastar         Pokémon VS   068/141
Brock's Kabutops         Pokémon VS   069/141
Brock's Crobat         Theater Limited VS Pack   002/018
Brock's Forretress         Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Aura's Lucario   011/020
Brock's Marshtomp         Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy   008/019
Brock's Mudkip         ADV-P Promotional cards   038/ADV-P
Croagunk           Movie Commemoration Random Pack   013/022
Other related cards
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Brock T Gym Heroes   15/132 Nivi City Gym    
Gym Heroes   98/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Training Method T Gym Heroes   106/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Pewter City Gym T [St] Gym Heroes   115/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Brock's Protection T Gym Challenge   101/132 Leaders' Stadium    
Blaine's Quiz #3 T Gym Challenge   112/132 Challenge from the Darkness    
Brock's Grit Su Evolutions   74/108 Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary   086/087
Evolutions   107/108 Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary   100/087
Team Up   135/181 Tag Bolt   087/095
Team Up   172/181 Tag Bolt   108/095
Hidden Fates   53/68 Brock of Pewter City Gym Trainer Battle Deck   024/031
Gym Badge I XY Black Star Promos   XY203 XY-P Promotional cards    
Brock's Pewter City Gym St Hidden Fates   54/68 Brock of Pewter City Gym Trainer Battle Deck   030/031
Brock's Training Su Hidden Fates   55/68 Brock of Pewter City Gym Trainer Battle Deck   025/031

In the TFG

Brock appears as a rare Trainer figure in the launch set, Next Quest, of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game.



Language Name Origin
Japanese タケシ Takeshi From 竹 take (bamboo), 岳 take (mountain peak), 武し takeshi (brave) and 石 ishi (stone)
English, Spanish, Italian Brock From rock
German Rocko From rock
French Pierre From pierre (stone)
Korean Ung From 웅 (雄) ung (manly; heroic)
Chinese (Mandarin) 小剛 / 小刚 Xiǎo Gāng From 剛 / 刚 gāng / gōng (tough; firm)
Chinese (Cantonese) 小剛 Síu Gōng
Indonesian Brok* Similar to his English name
Russian Брок Brok Transcription of his English name
Thai ทาเคชิ Thakhechi Transcription of his Japanese name
Vietnamese Takeshi Transcription of his Japanese name

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Gym Leaders of the Kanto region
Pewter Gym  
Cerulean Gym  
Vermilion Gym  
Lt. Surge
Celadon Gym  
Fuchsia Gym  
Koga Janine
Saffron Gym  
Cinnabar Gym  
Viridian Gym  
Giovanni Blue

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