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'''Hareta's Heart's Desire''' (Japanese: '''ハレタの熱き思い''' ''Hareta's Heated Emotions'') is the twenty-fourth chapter of the [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!]] manga.
 
'''Hareta's Heart's Desire''' (Japanese: '''ハレタの熱き思い''' ''Hareta's Heated Emotions'') is the twenty-fourth chapter of the [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!]] manga.
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==Plot==
 
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The Sinnoh League Tournament continues as Jun battles Koya, with Koya's Absol defeating Jun's Pokémon without even taking any damage. After the match, Jun goes to tell Koya that it was a great match and that Koya had him completely outclassed, to which Koya replies that Jun should quit as a Trainer, that hopeless Trainers such as him have no right to own a Pokémon and that the only thing he can give his Pokémon are pain and sorrow. As Koya then goes to leave, Hareta steps in refusing to accept the horrible things he said to Jun. Koya however, couldn't care less what Hareta has to say and tells him to stay out of his business and prepare for his own battles. Hareta swears to win all his battles so that he may eventually face Koya and make him listen to what he has to say.
 
The Sinnoh League Tournament continues as Jun battles Koya, with Koya's Absol defeating Jun's Pokémon without even taking any damage. After the match, Jun goes to tell Koya that it was a great match and that Koya had him completely outclassed, to which Koya replies that Jun should quit as a Trainer, that hopeless Trainers such as him have no right to own a Pokémon and that the only thing he can give his Pokémon are pain and sorrow. As Koya then goes to leave, Hareta steps in refusing to accept the horrible things he said to Jun. Koya however, couldn't care less what Hareta has to say and tells him to stay out of his business and prepare for his own battles. Hareta swears to win all his battles so that he may eventually face Koya and make him listen to what he has to say.