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Silver (game)

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==In the game==
Silver's first (and currently only) appearance in the Pokémon video games took place during the second[[Generation generationII]]. He was first seen lurking near a window to the Elm Pokémon Laboratory, and; he later broke in, stealing a Pokémon (the Pokémon that is strongest against yourthe [[player]]'s chosen starter). He later used this Pokémon to battle with both Gold/Kris, doing this many times as they journeyed through Johto. This is not the only Pokémon he has stolen, as he also stole a {{p|Sneasel}} from a man in [[Cianwood City]].
Throughout his travels, Silver showed a strong hate for [[Team Rocket]]. He strongly interfered with the revived Team Rocket's plans at least twice, including their experiments with radio signals at the [[Lake of Rage]]. His stated reason for this dislike was that they are "weak" when cornered, and that he only cares about strong opponents. During one of his missions against Team Rocket, Silver apparently fought against Lance, who utterly decimated him. Silver is soon frustrated, as he claims that Lance told him he doesn't love his Pokémon enough. Lance's words are Silver's catalyst, as he begins to metamorphisize into a more kind hearted person. Before a battle at [[Mount Moon]], Silver claims that he has reached his peak, finally understanding what Lance told him in [[Mahogany Town]]. During this battle, he uses a {{p|Crobat}}, displaying that he now truly does care for his Pokémon.
Shortly after Gold/Kris defeated the Pokémon League, Silver took up training in the [[Dragon's Den]]. His personality has been likened by the Dragon Master to be similar to [[Clair]]'s. He can be seen there on Tuesdays on Thursdays, and can be challenged at the [[Pokémon League]] on Mondays and Wednesdays. His activities on the weekend are unknown, but now that he is a kinder person, it can be assumed that he does not train on these days.
The [[starter Pokémon]] that Silver has will depend on which Pokémon the player chose to bring on Professor Elm's errand at the beginning of the game. As with all [[rival]]s, it will be the Pokémon whose type weakens that of the player's starter.
==First Encounter==
* {{p|Totodile}}, {{p|Chikorita}}, or {{p|Cyndaquil}} Lv 5
====Second Encounter====
* {{p|Croconaw}}, {{p|Bayleef}}, or {{p|Quilava}} Lv 16
* {{p|Zubat}} Lv 14
* {{p|Gastly}} Lv 12
====Third Encounter====
* {{p|Croconaw}}, {{p|Bayleef}}, or {{p|Quilava}} Lv 22
* {{p|Haunter}} Lv 20
* {{p|Zubat}} Lv 20
====Fourth Encounter====
* {{p|Feraligatr}}, {{p|Meganium}}, or {{p|TyphlosionQuilava}} Lv 32
* {{p|Haunter}} Lv 30
* {{p|Golbat}} Lv 30
====Fifth Encounter====
* {{p|Feraligatr}}, {{p|Meganium}}, or {{p|Typhlosion}} Lv 38
* {{p|Haunter}} Lv 35
* {{p|Golbat}} Lv 36
====Sixth Encounter====
* {{p|Feraligatr}}, {{p|Meganium}}, or {{p|Typhlosion}} Lv 45
* {{p|Gengar}} Lv 43
* {{p|Golbat}} Lv 42
====Seventh Encounter====
At some specific days in the PokéGear, Silver will challenge the player just when the latter is ready to face the Elite Four in the Indigo Plateau.
* {{p|Feraligatr}}, {{p|Typhlosion}} or {{p|Meganium}} Lv50
* {{p|Sneasel}} Lv45
* {{p|Magneton}} Lv45
* {{p|Gengar}} Lv46
* {{p|Crobat}} Lv48
* {{p|Feraligatr}}, {{p|Typhlosion}}, or {{p|Meganium}} Lv50
====In [[Pokémon Stadium 2]]====
*[[Pearl (game)|Pearl]] also can be battled again (on Saturdays and Sundays) after the player becomes champion. He can also be found training at [[Stark Mountain]] during the week. This may be a reference to Silver's training schedule.
*If Silver's stolen starter is {{p|Totodile}}, he uses {{p|Croconaw}} at level 16 in his second battle, despite that Pokémon being obtainable only from level 18 onwards. However, if Silver's stolen starter is {{p|Cyndaquil}}, he uses {{p|Quilava}} at level 32 in his sixth battle, by which point the other starters have evolved.
==See also==
[[Category:Rival characters]]
[[Category:Gold, Silver and Crystal characters]]
[[de:Silber (Spielcharakter)]]