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==In the games==
In===Generation Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, to reach the Gym Leader, Trainers must step on every ice tile to activate the stairways to the next level. If any tile is used twice, the player will fall to a lower floor, where the Gym Trainers are located. No matter where he or she falls, at least one Trainer must be challenged before the stairs can be returned to. The levels on the basement floor are separated with ice slides, allowing the player to only move downwards.III===
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{{sign|E|title|Sootopolis City Pokémon Gym<br>Leader: Wallace}}
{{sign|E|Artist, and lover of water}}
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{{sign|E|title|Sootopolis City Pokémon Gym<br>Leader: Juan}}
{{sign|E|The <sc>Gym Leader</sc> with the beauty of pure water!}}
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In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, to reach the Gym Leader, Trainers must step on every ice tile to activate the stairways to the next level. If any tile is used twice, the {{player}} will fall to a lower floor, where the Gym Trainers are located. No matter where he or she falls, at least one Trainer must be challenged before the stairs can be returned to. The levels on the basement floor are separated with ice slides, allowing the player to only move downwards.
 
When defeated, the Gym Leader will give the player the {{Badge|Rain}} as well as {{TM|03|Water Pulse}} as a reward.
 
===Generation VI===
{{sign|RS|header}}
{{sign|RS|title|Sootopolis City Pokémon Gym<br>Leader: Wallace}}
{{sign|RS|Artist, and lover of water}}
{{sign|RS|footer}}
 
In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the player can walk across the ice diagonally instead of just straight. The second and third puzzles now also contain solid platforms which can be stepped onto multiple times without them breaking. Once a puzzle is solved and the player has entered the next level, the cracked tiles on the lower levels can be stepped onto without them breaking. The ice slides on the lower floor are replaced with stairs, allowing the player to freely move between the different levels of the floor. In addition, two Trainers can now be battled on the main floor.
 
When defeated, Wallace{{sup/3|RS}}{{sup/6|ORAS}} or Juan{{sup/3|E}} will give the player the {{Badge|Rain}} as well as {{TM|03|Water Pulse}}{{sup/3|RSE}} or {{HM|05|Waterfall}}{{sup/6|ORAS}} as a reward.
 
===Appearance===
 
==In the anime==
The Sootopolis Gym first appeared in two''[[AG110|The episodesGreat ofEight theFate!]]'', when {{pkmn|animeAsh}} and {{ashfr}} first arrived there. They met up with Juan, who was putting on a water show with all the Pokémon in his Gym.
 
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After challenging Juan, Ash learned that the battle would be divided up into two parts. The first part was a [[Double Battle]]. Once both of Juan's Pokémon fainted, the battle would switch into one-on-one battles. Ash defeated Juan in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]'' and earned his Rain Badge.
 
Interestingly, Juan did not use his in-game team in the anime, but rather Wallace's Ruby and Sapphire team.
 
Sootopolis Gym is also the home to {{ho|Sebastian}}, the assistant at the Gym.
 
===Pokémon used in Gym===
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