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He received the trophy during the closing ceremonies. Afterwards he said farewell to Ash, his friends and his rivals and was then picked up again by his brother Davy.
Virgil appeared again in ''[[SS026|Mewtwo — Prologue to Awakening]]''. He was on his way back to the base after a rescue mission, when his aircraft malfunctioned, forcing him to make an emergency landing. While repairing his aircraft, he met a man named {{un|Oscar}} and his granddaughter, {{un|Anna}}, who offered him food. They also told him a story of how one day, while hiking on a nearby hill, they had almost fallen into a ravine, only to be saved my a mysterious {{t|Psychic}} Pokémon. A man named [[DankuDirk]] then appeared, explaining that the Pokémon in question was {{OBP|Mewtwo|Best Wishes series}}, an [[artificial Pokémon]]. He claimed that it had saved him from a landslide, but had also been hurt in the process, too. With the help of Virgil's Team Eevee and some local forest Pokémon, they were able to locate Mewtwo. Unfortunately it turned out that DankuDirk was in fact a [[Pokémon poacher|Pokémon hunter]], hired to recapture Mewtwo and bring it back to [[Mewtwo's creators|its creators]]. As the fight between DankuDirk and Mewtwo resulted a forest fire, Virgil had Team Eevee fight the fire with their attacks, until it was put out by Mewtwo. After Mewtwo had freed DankuDirk's {{p|Tyranitar}} and {{p|Escavalier}}, Virgil had his Espeon and Umbreon use Psychic on DankuDirk, preventing him from escaping. He also assured Mewtwo that he would turn the hunter over to [[Officer Jenny]]. Later, Virgil was interviewed in a television program which Ash and his friends were seen watching.
Virgil also makes cameo appearances in the ending ''[[Let's Join Hands]]'' and in the credits of ''[[M16|Genesect and the Legend Awakened]]''.