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Ecruteak Gym

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In the anime
 
The Gym also appeared in ''[[EP227|For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!]]''. [[Eusine]], an expert on [[legendary Pokémon]], was 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}}.
====Pokémon used in Gym====
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Morty
|pkmn=Gengar
|type1=Ghost
|type2=Poison
|img=Morty Gengar.png
|epnum=EP181
|epname=A Ghost of a Chance
<!--|vajp=-->
|vaen=Ed Paul
|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}}.
 
Gengar reappeared in ''[[EP227|For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!]]'', when Ash and friends were back in [[Ecruteak City]]. Morty used it to find the lost [[Clear Bell|Crystal Bells]], and later to confuse the wild {{p|Parasect}} that were surrounding the Gym.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[EP184|All That Glitters!]]''.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[DP147|Bagged Then Tagged!]]'' alongside its trainer.
 
Gengar's known moves are {{m|Lick}}, {{m|Night Shade}}, {{m|Shadow Ball}} and {{m|Confuse Ray}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Morty
|pkmn=Gastly
|type1=Ghost
|type2=Poison
|img=Morty Gastly.png
|epnum=EP182
|epname=From Ghost to Ghost
|vajp=
|vaen=Ed Paul
|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]].
 
Gastly's known moves are {{m|Night Shade}} and {{m|Lick}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Morty
|pkmn=Haunter
|type1=Ghost
|type2=Poison
|img=Morty Haunter.png
|epnum=EP182
|epname=From Ghost to Ghost
|vajp=
|vaen=Ed Paul
|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.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[EP255|Why? Wynaut!]]''.
 
Haunter's known moves are {{m|Mean Look}}, {{m|Hypnosis}}, {{m|Lick}}, {{m|Confuse Ray}} and {{m|Night Shade}}.}}
 
==Trivia==
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