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Copycat (character)

47 bytes added, 07:28, 15 December 2011
Differentiating the escape item "Poké Doll"/"Clefairy Doll" from the generic decorations "Pokémon dolls".
image=CopycatHGSS.png |
size=150px |
caption=Copycat artArt from the TCG by [[Kanako Eo]]|
gender=Female |
hometown=[[Saffron City]]|
==In the games==
===In [[Generation I]]===
In [[Generation I]], Copycat will give the TM for {{m|Mimic}} in return for a {{p|Clefairy}}-style [[PokémonEscape Doll#Generation Iitem|Poké Doll]].
 
In her bedroom, there is a [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|SNES]] with a game that has {{smw|Mario}} with a bucket on his head, a reference to the Japan-exclusive game {{smw|Mario & Wario}} (which was also developed by [[Game Freak]]).
 
===In [[Generation II]]===
[[Image:Copycat Sugimori Artwork.png|thumb|[[Ken Sugimori]]'s artwork of Copycat, dressed as {{ga|Ethan}}]]
In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, Copycat's Clefairy doll (which she received in Generation I from {{ga|Red}}) is lost. It's found by a member of the Pokémon Fan Club in [[Vermilion City]] who is glad to have it as he loves Clefairy. However, he gives it to the player and decides to catch one himself. When the player returns to Copycat her [[List of key items in Generation II#Lost Item|lost doll]], she will give the player a ticket to ride the [[Magnet Train]] that travels between [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]].
 
In between the events of Generation I and Generation II, Copycat's house in Saffron City was torn down to make room for the [[Magnet Train]] station; a "rail company man" <!-- her words, not mine --> gave her a ticket because of the demolition.
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