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Mr. Fuji

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Within the games only the evidence isn't enough to prove it as fact, but the in-game evidence ITSELF becomes stronger after the first movie and more so with Origins: it deserves a mention. I'm sorry and please correct if I'm misusing the spoiler template.
==In the games==
Mr. Fuji looks after abandoned and orphaned {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} at the Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House in [[Lavender Town]]. He subscribes to {{DL|Pokémon magazines|Pokémon Fan}} Magazine. Mr. Fuji is supposedly shy. Mr. Fuji wishes for the happiness of all Pokémon. He cares for the {{p|Cubone}} that [[Team Rocket]] orphaned.
Mr. Fuji is not a native of Lavender Town. He used to live on [[Cinnabar Island]], where he was known as '''Dr. Fuji''' (Japanese: '''フジはかせ''' ''Dr. Fuji''), the founder of [[Pokémon Lab]]. He is a close friend of [[Blaine]], as indicated by a portrait in the [[Cinnabar Gym]] in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}. <!--It is rumored that he lived in the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} at one time.-->
In the [[Generation I]] games and Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, when members of Team Rocket killed {{OBP|Marowak|ghost}} at [[Pokémon Tower]], Mr. Fuji marched up to their [[Rocket Hideout|hideout]] and started to rant about how Team Rocket was abusing Pokémon. Later, Mr. Fuji went to the Pokémon Tower to calm the Marowak's restless spirit, but Team Rocket appeared and held him hostage until the {{player}} drove them out of the tower. In gratitude, Mr. Fuji gives the player a [[Poké Flute]].
In {{game|Emerald}}, there is a message left at [[Faraway Island]] where a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Mew}} can be found. The message pleads for only "a kindhearted person" to ever set foot on the island again. The author's name is smudged but the remnant ジ ''ji'' is still readable in the Japanese version.
In the [[Generation II]] games and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, Mr. Fuji does not have a prominent role. He is found in the [[House of Memories]] paying respects to the deceased Pokémon there. In the house, there are hidden chambers that only Mr. Fuji has access to.
It is rumored that Mr. Fuji once lived the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}}, where [[Pokémon Mansion journals|journals]] related to the discovery of {{p|Mew}} and the birth of {{p|Mewtwo}} can be found. The mansion being located on Cinnabar Island and the fact that Fuji was a doctor are the only implications given in the games he appears in. However, this is also backed up not only by Pokémon Emerald as aforementioned, but by [[Mr. Fuji#In the anime|different anime media]], suggesting he is in fact the author of the Pokémon Mansion journals and thus, the scientist related to the creation of Mewtwo in the games as well.
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==In the anime==
===In the main series===
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