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イブキ Ibuki
"The Blessed User of Dragon Pokémon"
HeartGold SoulSilver Clair.png
Art from HeartGold and SoulSilver
Gender Female
Eye color Blue
Hair color Light blue
Hometown Blackthorn City
Region Johto
Relatives Lance (cousin), Master (grandfather)
Trainer class Gym LeaderGSCHGSS
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation II, IV, V
Games Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black 2, White 2, Pokémon Stadium 2, Masters EX
Leader of Blackthorn Gym
Badge Rising Badge
Specializes in Dragon types
Game animation debut GOTCHA!
English voice actor Sarah Anne Williams[1] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Kei Kawamura[2] (Masters EX)
Anime debut Beauty is Skin Deep
English voice actor Megan Hollingshead (4Kids dub)
Eva Christensen (TPCi dub)
Japanese voice actor Yuko Mita

Clair (Japanese: イブキ Ibuki) is the Gym Leader of Blackthorn City's Gym, known officially as the Blackthorn Gym. She specializes in Dragon-type Pokémon, and she gives the Rising Badge to Trainers who defeat her. Her cousin is Lance.

In the core series games

Clair appears in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver as the Leader of the Blackthorn Gym. She is the eighth and final Gym Leader to be met in the Johto region, and defeating her will allow Trainers to advance to Indigo Plateau. Known as "The Blessed User of Dragon Pokémon", Clair is descended from a long line of Dragon-type Trainers including her cousin, Elite Four member Lance, and the master of Blackthorn's Dragon Tamer clan.

Clair is confident of her abilities as a Trainer, and speaks of herself as "the world's best dragon master". She can hold her own against the Elite Four: her only known loss is against Lance, now the Champion. Even if the player defeats her in battle, she refuses to accept his or her talents unless they pass the "Dragon-master challenge". The Rising Badge that victors of the Blackthorn Gym are entitled to remains in Clair's possession until Trainers have navigated the Dragon's Den and located a shrine at its center. Only then will Clair acknowledge her loss. She will also encourage the player to excel at the Pokémon League; this is mainly personal, so she will feel less upset about her defeat at the hands of a child. As well as the Rising Badge, she will also issue a Dragon Technical Machine: TM24 (DragonBreath) in Generation II; TM59 (Dragon Pulse) in Generation IV. Many of her own Pokémon know these moves in the respective generations.

The player's rival, Silver, takes to training in the Dragon's Den once the Elite Four have been defeated by the player. In this way, he is said to act as Clair did when she was young herself. She returns here from time to time, and will battle alongside her cousin against Silver and the player. She tries to partner up with Silver after he challenges Lance (who asks the player to be his partner), but Silver insults her outfit and asks the player to partner with him instead. She comes to the Dragon's Den every morning between 6:00 AM and 10:00 AM after the player and rival defeat her and Lance, and will give her Pokégear phone number to the player. If called on Friday evening, she will journey to the Fighting Dojo and have a rematch with the player.


Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Clair has a Full Heal and a Full Restore.

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Gym battle


Multi Battle with Lance
Clair and Lance approaching for battle

Clair and Lance have two Full Restores each.

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

Clair uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Clair will always lead with her signature Pokémon, Kingdra.

Johto Leaders Tournament

Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament

In the side series games

Pokémon Stadium 2

Clair makes an appearance in Pokémon Stadium 2's Johto Gym Leader Castle. This is the only appearance she makes where she uses Pokémon that are not draconic in origin.

During the game's end credits, she is seen having a battle with Lance.


Round 1

Round 2

In spin-off games

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge

Clair appears as an opponent in Pokémon Puzzle Challenge. She uses a Dragonair in battle.

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Clair (Masters)

Clair forms a sync pair with Kingdra in Pokémon Masters EX. Clair became a playable sync pair since the game's release, with her joining the player after completing the thirteenth chapter of the PML Arc.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role Base Potential Availability
#014   Clair #0230   Kingdra
  ★★★★☆☆EX Story
Chapter 13



Headshot from
Generation II
Official artwork from


In the core series

Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2

In other games

Portrait from
Puzzle Challenge
Portrait from
Stadium 2
Portrait from the credits in
Stadium 2


Main article: Clair/Quotes

In the anime

Main series


Original series
Clair in the original series

Clair hosted Ash and his friends as they stayed in Blackthorn City from Beauty is Skin Deep to the beginning of Why? Wynaut!. As Ash and his friends neared Blackthorn City, they discovered a Dratini and a Gyarados in a river. They discovered that both Pokémon belonged to Clair, who was following the Dratini down the river as it prepared to shed its skin. Team Rocket snatched the Dratini, however, and Clair gave chase. Dratini escaped, and Ash fought to protect it. During the ensuing battle, however, an electric shock was headed straight for Dratini, but Clair jumped in front of it to absorb the shock. Dratini witnessed its Trainer's devotion, and evolved into a Dragonair in order to put a stop to Team Rocket. Later, Clair was finally able to perform an important ritual to purify the legendary Dragon Fang at Riverhead Falls. Afterwards, Clair went on to accept Ash's challenge for a Rising Badge.

In Fangs for Nothin', Ash and Clair began their Gym battle. Clair quickly gained the upper hand, but the battle was cut short when Team Rocket stole the Dragon Fang. Ash, his friends, Clair and Kaburagi chased after Team Rocket and they all ended up in the Dragon Holy Land, where Team Rocket tricked a Dragonite into helping them. In the following episode, Liza and Ash's Charizard arrived on the scene, whereupon they helped calm down the raging Dragonite and put out the raging fire that threatened the Dragon Holy Land.

Clair and Ash had their rematch in Better Eight Than Never. Clair called on her Kingdra, but it was left exhausted by its confrontation against Ash's Snorlax and was knocked out by an Ice Punch. In the next round, Gyarados defeated Snorlax by paralzying it with a Dragon Breath attack. Later, Pikachu's speed and super-effective Thunderbolt attacks helped him defeat Gyarados. Afterwards, Dragonair took out Pikachu and then faced off against Charizard. The round was initially in Clair's favor until Charizard managed to grab a hold of Dragonair and defeat it with a "Flaming Seismic Toss" combination, thus earning Ash his final Johto League Badge, the Rising Badge.

In Why? Wynaut!, Clair informed Ash that the Silver Conference will take place in Silver Town, located at the foot of Mt. Silver, in three months.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Clair made a brief cameo in An Egg Scramble! during Lyra's introduction to Johto, where she was seen in her Generation IV outfit.

Pokémon the Series: Black & White

After a long absence, Clair physically reappeared in A Pokémon of a Different Color!, when she came to Cave Island in the Decolore Islands to hunt for a Shiny Druddigon. While there, she bumped into Ash and met Iris, Cilan, and Alexa. She revealed that she caught the Dragonite from the Dragon Holy Land, which later had a fight with Iris's Dragonite after the latter crushed a flower. The Druddigon she was searching for went on a rampage on the island, but she was able to calm it down before it joined her team. Clair decided that she would next visit Iris's hometown, the Village of Dragons, before meeting with fellow Dragon specialist and the Opelucid City Gym Leader, Drayden. Before Ash and his friends left for the next island, Clair and Iris agreed to battle each other the next time they met.

After her travels with Ash, Iris traveled to Blackthorn City to have her promised match against Clair in BWS02. Clair first took Iris to visit the Dragon Holy Land so she could help calm down a Gible that was damaging the city before having their match. Iris's Dragonite went up against Clair's Shiny Druddigon and lost the battle. Clair thanked Iris for the match and told her that being ambitious was important to becoming a Dragon Master.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Clair appeared in Thrash of the Titans! during a flashback of Iris's journey to become the Champion of the Unova region.


Clair is compassionate towards her Dragon Pokémon and all Dragon-type Pokémon in general. She confidently approaches them in spite of whatever outbursts of anger they have and can calm them down with her soothing words. She understands their feelings, and allows them to spend free time in the Dragon Holy Land.

Clair's expertise is well-respected by other Dragon specialists. In the past, she mentored Lance of the Elite Four and her good friend Liza, who protects Charizard. She is currently mentoring Iris. Clair encourages her students to be ambitious and determined, and like them, she continues to refine her skills. Her confidence and mastery is also seen when she battles a challenger.

Although Clair mentioned Lance in the anime, he is not her cousin like in the games; instead, she recalled having trained him, or rather him training her at the Blackthorn Gym before he joined the Elite Four.


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This listing is of Clair's Pokémon in the anime:

Dratini → Dragonair
Main article: Clair's Dragonair

Dragonair is Clair's main Pokémon. It first appeared as a Dratini, when it was shedding its skin and Clair was protecting it at that time. When Team Rocket tried to steal Dratini, Clair protected it which led it to evolve into a Dragonair. With its new powers, Dragonair easily defeated Team Rocket.

Clair also used her Dragonair in the rematch against Ash in Better Eight Than Never. With its speed and power, it defeated Pikachu easily. With a wide range of moves such as Dragon Rage, it proved to be a tough challenge for Charizard as well. Eventually it was however defeated by Charizard's Seismic Toss, earning Ash the Rising Badge.

Debut Beauty is Skin Deep
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
English Megumi Hayashibara
Gyarados is Clair's hidden powerhouse. It was seen guarding her Dratini. Later, during Ash's rematch with Clair, it managed to defeat Ash's Snorlax and put up a good fight against his Pikachu, but eventually lost to Pikachu's Thunderbolt. It reappeared in a flashback in the next episode.

Gyarados's known moves are Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Dragon Breath, and Bite.

Debut Beauty is Skin Deep
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Unshō Ishizuka
Kingdra was used in both battles with Ash. In the first battle, Ash first decided to use Pikachu, but as Pikachu's attacks didn't have much effect on Kingdra, Ash switched to Noctowl, who struggled as well. The battle was interrupted by Team Rocket, who were trying to steal the Dragon Fang.

During the rematch, Kingdra put up a good fight against Ash's Snorlax, but was finally defeated by Snorlax's Ice Punch. It reappeared in a flashback in the next episode.

Kingdra's known moves are Twister, Hydro Pump, Agility, Swift, and Hyper Beam.

Debut Fangs for Nothin'
Dragonite first appeared as a wild Pokémon, being revealed to have once belonged to the original Gym Leader of the Blackthorn Gym. She went on a rampage when Team Rocket tried to steal a sacred bowl of fire in Great Bowls of Fire!, but she calmed down later on in that episode.

Clair was revealed to have captured Dragonite in A Pokémon of a Different Color!.

Dragonite's known moves are Hyper Beam, Outrage, and Whirlwind*.

Debut Fangs For Nothin'
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Katsuyuki Konishi
Clair's Shiny Druddigon first appeared as a wild Pokémon living in a cave in the Decolore Islands. It was attacked by Team Rocket, but blasted them off and went into a rampage. Clair was able to calm it and it decided to join her party.

Druddigon reappeared in BWS02, battling and winning against Iris's Dragonite.

Druddigon's known moves are Slash, Dragon Rage, Outrage, Dragon Tail, and Flamethrower.

Debut A Pokémon of a Different Color!
Voice actors
Japanese Tsuguo Mogami
English Marc Thompson

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 三田ゆう子 Yuko Mita
English Megan Hollingshead (EP251-EP255)
Eva Christensen (BW136)
Finnish Katja Sirkiä
European French Alexandra Corréa (EP251 - EP255)
Nancy Philippot (BW136)
Hebrew נורית בנאי-קורן Nurit Banai-Corne
Italian Deborah Morese
Polish Joanna Domańska (EP251-EP255)
Agnieszka Fajlhauer (BW136)
Brazilian Portuguese Rosely Gonçalves
Spanish Latin America Liliana Barba (EP251-EP255)
Maggie Vera (BW136)
Spain María Antonia Rodríguez


Clair briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Clair in Ash & Pikachu

Ash & Pikachu

Clair appears in The Dragonite's Imperial Wrath.



Pokémon Adventures

Clair in Pokémon Adventures
Clair in the ninth chapter


Gold, Silver & Crystal arc

Clair debuts in Debonaire Dragonair, where she expresses her disappointment at the lack of capable Trainers wishing to battle her. She heads off to Dragon's Den to train with the Pokémon inside, only to find them in awe of the Legendary Pokémon Suicune. Suicune challenges Clair to battle and manages to defeat her. After it leaves, the Dragon Clan Elder explains that Suicune appears to Trainers it deems worthy and challenges them to battle. Clair deduces from this that Suicune must be battling the Gym Leaders to see which one is worthy enough to be its Trainer.

At the Indigo Plateau, Clair arrives with her fellow Johto Gym Leaders to take place exhibition tournament for the Pokémon League against the Kanto Gym Leaders. She is set to face against the Cinnabar Island Gym Leader, Blaine, in the seventh round, but the match is postponed due to Blaine not feeling well. When the Masked Man attacks the Pokémon League, Clair and the other Gym Leaders combat his army of mind-controlled Team Rocket Grunts. The fight takes them to the Magnet Train, which is used as a diversion to get the Gym Leaders away from the stadium.

As they battle the army of Grunts, Clair suspects Blaine to be the one controlling the army. She attacks Blaine and states that they will have the seventh battle right there and now. She claims that since he was the last person to battle Lance, Blaine must know what happened to her cousin. With Entei's strength, Blaine easily defeats Clair, thus ensuring the victory for the Kanto Gym Leaders. Blaine assures Clair that while he does not know where Lance is, he believes that he is still alive. After the Masked Man is defeated, Clair returned to her usual duties of being a Gym Leader.

HeartGold & SoulSilver arc

Clair appears at the Whirl Islands, where she looks for Lance after a call from him was cut off. When she finds Silver there, she attacks him and demands to know what business he has with Lance. Silver explains that he isn't Lance's enemy, but they are surrounded by a group of Koffing before he can continue. Silver easily defeats the Koffing group and drives them away. Clair gives Silver the information about the call she had with Lance, which clues Silver onto where to go next.

X & Y arc

Clair was mentioned by Evelyn in Pinsir Glares.


This listing is of Clair's Pokémon in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

Dratini → Dragonair
Main article: Clair's Dragonair

Dragonair is Clair's first known Pokémon. She has had it ever since it was a Dratini. It was first seen being used to battle Ryu's Seadra and win.

Debut Debonaire Dragonair
Kingdra is Clair's second known Pokémon. It was first seen following its Trainer as they approached the Dragon's Den.

None of Kingdra's moves are known.

Debut Debonaire Dragonair

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Clair in Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Clair appears in The Ultimate Battle...?!, where she was hiding inside a giant Poké Ball from the previous chapter when Red and Green caused a rock slide in the Dragon's Den. Green was interested in Clair and wanted to go out on a date with her. However, she pretended to agree and Green went with her to the Blackthorn Gym. Red followed along and found Green and his Charizard brutally beaten by her.

Seeing this made Red's Pokémon scared and ran off. Red managed to get them back. When Red managed to get them back, Clair revealed herself to be a Gym Leader and had Red and his Pokémon find a way to get to her from the other side of the lava. After a failed attempt from Red's Clefairy in making themselves a bridge to get across, Clair got a bucket of water and a ladder to get them out of the lava.

With that done, she sends out her Dragonair to battle them. It took a combined effort of all three of Red's Pokémon to win. After the battle, Clair became depressed about the loss and the clones of Clefairy and Tyrogue decided to cheer her up, leaving the real Clefairy and Tyrogue surprised about their actions.



In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Clair or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Clair's Pokémon
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
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Clair's Blastoise         Pokémon VS   046/141
Clair's Jynx         Pokémon VS   047/141
Clair's Gyarados         Pokémon VS   048/141
Clair's Dragonite         Pokémon VS   049/141
Clair's Politoed         Pokémon VS   050/141
Clair's Mantine   Tyranitar Half Deck     Pokémon VS   051/141
Clair's Kingdra         Pokémon VS   052/141
Kingdra   Astral Radiance   TG03/TG30 VMAX Climax   190/184
Other related cards
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Clair's TM 01 T [TM]       Pokémon VS   117/141
Clair's TM 02 T [TM]       Pokémon VS   118/141


  • Her Japanese Leader title is 聖なるドラゴンポケモン使い!.
  • When Clair gives the player TM24 (DragonBreath) in Generation II, she says, "No, it has nothing to do with my breath." This was a pun lost in translation, as Clair's Japanese name, Ibuki, can be taken to mean "breath". Despite this, a joke remains, as "dragon breath" is a term sometimes used for someone who has halitosis. Because she gives out TM59 (Dragon Pulse) in Generation IV instead, this joke was removed, though Clair does start to make a reference before becoming embarrassed. 
  • Clair is the only Gym Leader to be seen in the English dub of the anime before the original version. The U.S. opening Born to Be a Winner featured exclusive clips, one of them of Clair, not shown in Japan. The opening made its debut in A Goldenrod Opportunity, which aired August 18, 2001; and Clair's Japanese debut wouldn't come until Beauty Is Skin Deep, which aired on June 6, 2002. The only other character to debut in the U.S. first was Dr. Yung.
  • Clair is the only Johto Gym Leader whose team's Pokémon changed between Pokémon Gold and Silver and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
  • In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, many characters in-game make fun of Clair's outfit, including Silver.
  • In Generation IV, after receiving the Rising Badge from Clair, if the player doesn't leave Dragon's Den on foot, but instead uses an Escape Rope or Dig, which will immediately bring them outside of the cave, Clair won't be able to give the player their reward TM until they speak to her again in Blackthorn Gym. The conversation will be largely the same, but this time, Clair will start by noting that the player has been keeping her waiting instead of rewarding the TM as an apology.
  • In Pokémon Gold and Silver, if the player obtains a Dragon Fang through trading before obtaining one from Dragon's Den and shows it to Clair, she will accuse the player of trying to cheat and not give them the Rising Badge.
  • In Pokémon Crystal, if the player whites out due to poison damage while still inside the Dragon Shrine after receiving the Rising Badge, they can return to the Blackthorn Gym to receive the reward TM from Clair. However, if the player returns to Dragon's Den and stands on the tile directly in front of the Dragon Shrine's door, Clair will appear again and give the player another TM24.
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Language Name Origin
Japanese イブキ Ibuki From 伊吹 Ibuki (Chinese juniper) and 息吹 ibuki (breath, possibly a reference to Dragon Breath)
English Clair From lair, referring to the lair of a dragon
German, French, Italian Sandra From dragon
Spanish Débora From dragón (dragon) or víbora (viper)
Korean 이향 Ihyang From 향나무 hyangnamu (Chinese juniper)
Chinese (Mandarin) 小椿 Xiǎo Chūn* From 椿 chūn (Chinese mahogany)
小樁 / 小桩 Xiǎo Zhuāng*
伊布琪 Yībùqí*
From 樁 / 桩 zhuāng (stake)
Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 小椿 Síu Chēun From 椿 chēun (Chinese mahogany)
Thai อิบูกิ Ibuki Transcription of her Japanese name
Vietnamese Ibuki Transcription of her Japanese name


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