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Rocket Warehouse

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In the manga
[[File:Rocket Warehouse Adventures.png|200px|thumb|The Rocket Warehouse in the Pokémon Adventures manga]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
The Rocket Warehouse was first featured in ''[[PS281|Not Exactly Normal]]'' as athe location where [[Sird]] and [[Carr]] retreated into after {{adv|Red}}'s battle with {{adv|Deoxys}} on [[Five Island]]. Using the {{p|Unown}} she had released from the [[Tanoby Ruins]], Sird was able to follow Deoxys's movements, further relaying the information to {{adv|Giovanni}} at the [[Trainer Tower]]. While she was communicating with her Boss, Carr found a photo of a younger Giovanni holding {{adv|Silver|a red-haired boy}}, leading Carr to realize that Giovanni wanted to use Deoxys's divination powers to locate his long-lost son.
Later during the {{chap|FireRed & LeafGreen}}, {{adv|Bill}} and [[Celio]] raided the Warehouse, recovering the {{key|III|Ruby}} and {{key|III|Sapphire}} that Team Rocket had positioned into an amplifier inside the building in order to replicate the climate of [[Hoenn]] in the surrounding area and thus allow Deoxys to Formeaccess Changeall freelyof its four Formes. With the gemstones removed from the Warehouse, Deoxys lost its ability to change into its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Deoxys|Normal and Speed Formes}} in the [[Kanto]] region, partially resulting in its defeat by {{adv|Mewtwo}} aboard the Team Rocket air fortressairship.
The two passwords required to enter the Warehouse in the manga are {{tt|"Examine the {{p|Exeggcute}}" and "Kibbitz with {{p|Kabuto}}"|VIZ Media}}/{{tt|"Execute Exeggcute" and "Oh crab, Kabuto"|Chuang Yi}}.