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{{PokémonAdventuresInfobox |
|title_en={{tt|Cunning Kirlia|VIZ Media}}/{{tt|VS. Kirlia|Chuang Yi}} |
|title_ja=VS キルリア |
|title_ro=VS Kirlia |
|image=PS321.png |
|chapter=Emerald |
|volume=28 |
|number=321 |
|location={{GdisDL|Battle Frontier| (Generation III)|Battle Dome}} |
|prev_round=Verily Vanquishing Vileplume II |
|next_round=Susceptible to Sceptile }}
'''{{tt|Cunning Kirlia|VIZ Media}}/{{tt|VS. Kirlia|Chuang Yi}}''' or '''Ruby Versus Emerald''' (Japanese: '''VS キルリア''' ''VS Kirlia'' or '''ルビー対エメラルド''' ''Ruby Versus Emerald'') is the 321st round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga.
{{adv|Ruby}} and {{adv|Sapphire}} introduce themselves as two other [[Pokédex holders]] from [[Hoenn]]. {{adv|Emerald}} demands to know if it was {{adv|Professor Oak}} and {{adv|Crystal}} who sent them, but they correct him by stating that it was [[Professor Birch]] who sent them to help. Emerald states that he doesn't need help and runs off. Ruby and Sapphire try to get him to stay, but {{TP|Emerald|Sceptile}} lashes out with {{m|Iron Tail}}, sending the two Trainers flying.
Sapphire states that they should follow him, but Ruby states that they will be competing with him in the Battle Dome tournament anyway. Ruby begins smelling something on his clothes and decides that he needs a change of clothes. Ruby's prissy attitude angers Sapphire, who questions why a boy would act like that. Meanwhile, [[Scott]] spots them from afar, noting that they have arrived as expected.
Back inside the {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|Battle Dome}}, the press are excited to see real Trainers battling as opposed to virtual Trainers. They note how {{FB|Dome Ace|Tucker}} has appeared amongst the lineup of challengers participating in the tournament. Most of the reporters are banking on Emerald making it all the way to the top, but one of them notesnotice that the newcomers in Ruby and Sapphire are proving themselves to be equally promising. Ruby, with [[Mumu]], and Sapphire, with [[Chic]], both easily defeatsdefeat their opponents with a single hit, allowing them to advance to the next round. Emerald and Tucker also beat their opponents, which allows them all to advance to the semifinal round.
Scott notes that the match-ups between Emerald vs Ruby and Sapphire vs Tucker will be interesting. Scott goes over to Tucker to ask how he's doing. He wonders what will happen if Tucker loses to Sapphire before he gets to battle Emerald. Tucker suggests that whoever wins the tournament will be awarded the Tactics Symbol, but states that he won't lose anyway. Tucker states that he doesn't care about winning, and that all that matters is getting strong enough to beat [[Guile Hideout|Guile]].
In the first semifinal match, Emerald and Ruby go on the stage. Emerald attempts to check Ruby's data, only to be interrupted by Ruby recording Mumu, [[Feefee]], and [[Rara]]. A referee enters the stage, demanding to know what Ruby is doing, only for Ruby to tell him to set up a stage light for his Pokémon. Ruby tells Emerald that he doesn't need to check up on his team, as he already made them available to see. Ruby sends out Rara first, so Emerald counters with his {{TP|Emerald|Dusclops}}.
==Major events==
* {{adv|Emerald}} refuses {{adv|Ruby}} and {{adv|Sapphire}}'s offer to help him.
* {{adv|Emerald}} continues his Battle Dome challenge.
* {{adv|Sapphire}}Ruby and {{adv|Ruby}}Sapphire begin competing in the {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|Battle Dome}}.
* {{adv|Emerald}} battles against {{adv|Ruby}}.
====Pokémon debuts====
===Pokémon debuts===
* [[Guile Hideout]] (fantasy)
* [[Scott]]
* Reporters (many)
* In the [[Chuang Yi]] translationversion, {{adv|Ruby}} mistakenly calls the {{type|Grass}} "Leaf-type".
==In other languages==
|zh_cmn={{tt|VS 奇魯莉安|VS Kirlia}} (Taiwan)<br>{{tt|VS 奇鲁莉安|VS Kirlia}} (Mainland China)
|ko={{tt|VS 킬리아|VS Kirlia}}
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