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In the manga
 
==In the games==
In {{game|Crystal}} and [[Generation IV]], the {{player}} won't be able to challenge the Ecruteak Gym when they first arrive in Ecruteak City. An elderly man will force the player out of the Gym, telling the player that Morty is with [[Eusine]] at the [[Burned Tower]], searching for signs of the [[Legendary beasts]]. As soon as the player has awakened {{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Suicune}}, Morty will return to the Gym, allowing it to be challenged. The elderly man will then assume his normal position outside the Burned Tower.
 
===Generation II===
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In {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, the Ecruteak Gym has an invisible floor which can cause many problems for someone who doesn't know what they are doing. The body of Morty's Gym is a dark pit. If a challenger steps in the wrong place, they will be sent back to the beginning of the path and begin again. Trainers appear to float over it, standing on an invisible floor. Some Trainers are scared away by the ghosts within the Gym. A challenger able to navigate along the invisible floor can safely reach Morty and challenge him. {{left clear}}
In {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, the Ecruteak Gym has an invisible floor which can cause many problems for someone who doesn't know what they are doing. The body of Morty's Gym is a dark pit. If a challenger steps in the wrong place, they will be sent back to the beginning of the path. Trainers appear to float in the air, standing on an invisible floor. A challenger able to navigate along the invisible floor using trial and error can safely reach Morty and challenge him.
 
A field based on the Gym also appears in [[Pokémon Stadium 2]]'s Johto [[Gym Leader Castle]].
{{sign|DPcity|title|Ecruteak City Pokémon Gym}}
{{sign|DPcity|title|Leader: Morty}}
{{sign|DPcity|title|The Mystic Seer of the Future}}
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In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the Ecruteak Gym has changed slightly. Flames light up some dim patches within the Gym. While there is still one path to Morty, sections are lit up, revealing Trainers that must be battled in order to reach the Gym Leader. In addition, when a Trainer is defeated, the lights will go out at the section where the player is standing on, forcing them to navigate through the dark patch with the help of their memory.
In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the Ecruteak Gym has changed significantly. Flames light up some dim patches within the Gym. While there is still one path to Morty, sections are lit up, revealing Trainers that must be battled in order to reach the Gym Leader. In addition, when a Trainer is defeated, the lights will go out at the section where the player is standing on, forcing them to navigate through the dark patch with the help of their memory.
 
===Appearance===
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==In the anime==
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{{Ash}}The battledGym Morty in the Gymreappeared in ''[[EP182EP227|FromFor GhostHo-Oh tothe Bells GhostToll!]]''., Usingwhere Morty and his friend [[Eusine]] told Ash and {{AP|Noctowlashfr}}'s abilitythe tolegend of the [[Legendary beasts]]. When Ash mentioned that he had useseen {{mp|ForesightSuicune}} before, Eusine accused him of lying and otherchallenged him to a battle. However, the battle was interrupted before it could even properly begin, due to a large number of {{type|PsychicBug}} attacks,Pokémon Ashattacking successfullythe defeatedcity Mortyout andof earnedanger hisof {{TRT}} having accidentally broken one of the [[Clear Bell|Crystal Bells]] they Foghad Badgestolen.
 
The Gym also appeared in ''[[EP227|For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!]]''. [[Eusine]], an expert on [[legendary ===Pokémon]], wasused in Ecruteak learning about the [[Bell Tower|Tin Tower]]. After {{TRT}} stole the bells in the tower, Ash and {{ashfr}} met up with Morty to find out what was going on. When a swarm of {{type|Bug}} Pokémon began covering the tower in {{m|String Shot}}, everybody took cover in the Gym. It was also where Eusine challenged Ash to a battle, claiming the young Trainer was lying about seeing both {{p|Suicune}} and {{p|Ho-Oh}}.===
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|desc=Morty sent out his {{p|Gastly}} as the first Pokémon he used in his match against {{Ash}}. Ash started with {{AP|Noctowl}}, using {{m|Foresight}} to make Gastly vulnerable to physical attacks, but switched for {{AP|Pikachu}} shortly afterwards. Gastly defeated Pikachu easily, but was then defeated by [[Ash's Cyndaquil]].
 
==Trivia==Gastly's known moves are {{m|Night Shade}} and {{m|Lick}}.}}
* All of the Trainers in the Gym, Gym Leader included, use the {{p|Gastly}} evolutionary lines despite {{p|Misdreavus}} being available in Johto.
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|desc={{p|Haunter}} was the second Pokémon Morty used against {{Ash}}. It used Mean Look to force Ash to stick with {{AP|Cyndaquil}}, and with Hypnosis and Lick, it won the round. Ash now had only {{AP|Noctowl}} left to battle with. Things looked bad for Ash when Haunter managed to [[Status condition#Confusion|confuse]] Noctowl with its Confuse Ray, and was ready to finish it with Night Shade, but then Noctowl learned how to use {{m|Confusion}}, and beat Haunter with one try.
 
Haunter's known moves are {{m|Mean Look}}, {{m|Hypnosis}}, {{m|Lick}}, {{m|Confuse Ray}}, and {{m|Night Shade}}.}}
 
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|desc=Gengar is always out of its Poké Ball and hiding in the shadows, always coming out whenever Morty needs it. It loves to play tricks on people, especially on those who enter the [[Burned Tower]]. When {{TRT}} tried to steal [[Ash's Pikachu]] as usual, Morty used Gengar to blast them away with a powerful Shadow Ball attack.
 
Morty used Gengar in the Gym battle against {{Ash}} in ''[[EP182|From Ghost to Ghost]]''. Gengar was shown to be a formidable battler. It is able to attack opponents even when it is invisible, making it almost impossible for its opponents to find it. [[Ash's Noctowl]] was able to reveal Gengar's location by using {{m|Confusion}} through the whole building and then using {{m|Foresight}} to keep Gengar visible. It then finished Gengar off with a {{m|Tackle}} attack and Ash got the {{Badge|Fog}}.}}
 
==In the manga==
[[File:Ecruteak Gym Adventures.png|thumb|left|180px|Ecruteak Gym in Pokémon Adventures]]
[[File:Ecruteak Gym interior Adventures.png|thumb|200px|Ecruteak Gym's interior in Pokémon Adventures]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
Ecruteak Gym first appeared in ''[[PS141|Hello, Lickitung]]'' and ''[[PS142|Really Remoraid]]'', where [[Lt. Surge]] arrived at the Gym to ask Morty's help to locate {{adv|Gold}} and {{adv|Silver}}, who had gone missing after their battle against the [[Masked Man]] at the [[Lake of Rage]]. Using Gold's cap and goggles and Silver's boot, which the two [[Pokédex holder]]s had lost during the battle, Morty was able to use his special power to locate Gold and Silver on one of the [[Whirl Islands]].
 
Ecruteak Gym appeared again in the {{chap|HeartGold & SoulSilver}}, where Gold visited the Gym to ask Morty help to find [[Lance]], who was missing after he had been attacked by [[Petrel]] on his way to the [[Pokéathlon Dome]]. Morty was able to draw a crude image of what he saw, later leading Gold to the [[Ruins of Alph]], where Lance was hiding. Silver also arrived at the Gym to ask Morty's help to find the 13 remaining [[Plate]]s. At the Gym, he was confronted by [[Falkner]], [[Bugsy]], and [[Chuck]], who were protecting the Gym per Morty's request. At first, they were suspicious towards him, but when Silver revealed that {{adv|Blue}} had entrusted him with the {{TP|Blue|Rhyperior}} he had helped Blue to evolve, they allowed him to enter. Before Silver could ask Morty anything, however, {{adv|Arceus}} appeared and blasted the Gym, destroying it. Despite being weakened by the attack, Morty was able to use his last remaining strength to mark the locations of the Plates on a map, allowing Silver and his {{TP|Silver|Weavile}} to track them down across the [[region]].
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[[File:Ecruteak Gym Golden Boys.png|thumb|200px|Ecruteak Gym in Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys]]
===In the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga===
Ecruteak Gym first appeared in ''[[GB13|A Promise Given to Miltank]]'', where {{GnB|Gold}} tried to enter the Gym in order to challenge Morty. However, since he only had two Badges, Morty refused to let him in. When Gold [[GB14|later]] returned to the Gym after having received the {{badge|Plain}} from [[Whitney]], he was dismayed to learn that since Morty was going to the grand reopening of the [[Moomoo Farm]] and then to a month-lasting conference in [[Kanto]], he was unable to accept Gold's challenge. Because of this, and for having seen Gold's true strength already, Morty chose to give Gold a free {{badge|Fog}}, telling him to keep it at least until he would be able to battle him to see if he could earn it for good.
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