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In the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga
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'''Brawly''' (Japanese: '''トウキ''' ''Touki'') is the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Dewford Town]]'s [[Gym]], known officially as the [[Dewford Gym]]. {{pkmn|Trainer}}s who defeat him receive the {{Badge|Knuckle}}. He is a young surfer who [[Type expert|specializes]] in {{type|Fighting}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}.
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=====Fourth rematch onwards=====
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:''"That [[TM08]] contains <sc>{{m|Bulk Up}}</sc>. It's a move that raises both <sc>Attack</sc> and <sc>Defense</sc> stats."''
:''"I can see your talent becoming a giant wave to cause a storm of astonishment among <sc>Trainers</sc> one day!"''
 
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* After registering him
:''"Hey, there, <{{player}}>! I learned a lot from the battle we had together. I intend to do my training over, then reopen the <sc>Gym</sc>. It's going to take some time before I'm ready to run the <sc>Gym</sc> again. But if I can reopen the <sc>Gym</sc>, I want you to challenge us again."''
* After defeating Champion, before rematch is available
:''"Hey, <player>! Congratulations! Word about your exploits arrived on tidal wings! It appears as if I need to work on my training some more. It's going to take some time before I'm ready to run the <sc>Gym</sc> again. But if I can reopen the <sc>Gym</sc>, I want you to challenge us again."''
* When rematch is available
:''"Hey, <player>! My <sc>Gym</sc>'s ready for action! Come back to <sc>Dewford</sc> anytime for another challenge!"''
* After a rematch
:''"<Player>, I don't think I'll ever get bored of battling you!"''
 
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;[[Dewford Gym]]
* Before battle
:''"I'm Brawly! Dewford’sDewford's Gym Leader! I've been churned in the rough waves of these parts... And I've grown tough using the cave at the outskirts of this town as my training ground, as well as using the equipment in this Gym. So you want to challenge me? Let me see what you're made of!"''
 
* Being defeated
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==In the anime==
[[File:Brawly anime.png|thumb|220px200px|Brawly in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
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Brawly debuted in ''[[AG020|Brave the Wave]]''. {{Ash}} became extremely annoyed when Brawly started constantly postponing their [[Gym]] {{pkmn|battle}} in favor of going surfing. As such, he interrupted their morning surf session, but Brawly was unfazed by this and even helped Ash recover {{AP|Pikachu}} from {{TRT}}.
 
After seeing Pikachu send Team Rocket blasting off, Brawly offered Ash a Gym challenge. Ash eagerly accepted and the pair walked over the [[Dewford Gym]] battlefield. {{AP|Taillow}} took on Brawly's {{p|Machop}} in the first round, but it was defeated by a single {{m|Cross Chop}}. {{AP|Treecko}} managed to defeat Machop with its speed and a direct {{m|Pound}} attack. Brawly then defeated Ash with his newly-evolved {{TP|Brawly|Hariyama}}, and in part because of Ash's own arrogance.
 
Afterwards, Ash caught up with Brawly on the beach, and Brawly explained the importance of his surf training to his battling strategy. Ash took Brawly's advice and trained for several weeks on [[Dewford Island]] in anticipation of a [[rematch]]. Ash even went so far as to copy Brawly's wave-training to teach his own Pokémon to dodge and resist attacks.
 
In ''[[AG030|A Meditite Fight!]]'', Brawly interrupted Ash's battle against his student {{ho|Shauna}} because of a brewing storm. Brawly led everyone, some [[wild Pokémon]], and even Team Rocket to a cave on the shore to wait for the storm to pass. When the storm ended, Team Rocket attempted to steal Pikachu, but Brawly's Hariyama quickly sent the trio blasting off. Afterwards, Brawly refereed a match between Ash and Shauna. While Ash won, Brawly was thrilled to see Shauna had connected with her {{p|Meditite}} and officially made her one of his apprentices. He also agreed to a rematch against Ash at an islet off the coast of Dewford. Using his Pokémon's new techniques and his newly-caught {{AP|Corphish}}, Ash was finally able to claim the {{Badge|Knuckle}} in ''[[AG031|Just One of the Geysers!]]''.
 
BrawlyHe reappeared in ''[[AG030|Aflashbacks Medititein Fight!]]'', where Ash battled one of Brawly's [[Shauna (Hoenn)AG075|students]] in a storm. Brawly showed upWhiscash and told them to call off the match until the storm passed. Brawly led everyone, even {{TRT}}, to a cave on the shore to wait for the storm to pass. After seeing Ash]]'s battle against his star pupil, Brawly agreed to a rematch in a private arena—a wave-swept islet off the coast of Dewford. Using his Pokémon's new techniques and his newly-caught {{AP|Corphish}}, Ash was finally able to claim the Knuckle Badge in ''[[AG031AG149|Just OneWheel of the Geysers!Frontier]]''.
 
Brawly once trained with [[Chuck]], a Gym Leader from [[Johto]]. Brawly teaches many of the locals how to surf as well as how to train Pokémon. Many of his pupils at the Gym are surfers like himself.===Character===
Brawly is calm and approachable. He also has a great respect for nature, as revealed in ''[[AG030|A Meditite Fight!]]''.
 
HeLike reappearedhis inmentor flashbacks in ''[[AG075Chuck]], Brawly's {{pkmn|Whiscashbattle}} andstyle is based on focus. At first, Ash]] was unable to realize that Brawly's surf training had helped him develop his Pokémon',s [[AG120]],unique dodges and ''[[AG149|Wheelconcentrated balance techniques. Surfing has taught them to concentrate their center of Frontier]]''gravity by bending their legs, while their upper bodies are prepared to launch or fend off an attack.
 
===Pokémon===
{{TrainerPoké
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|pkmn=Machop
|type1=Fighting
|vajp=Shin'ichirō Miki
|vaen=Wayne Grayson
|desc={{p|Machop}} was the first Pokémon Brawly used against {{Ash}} in both the first [[Gym]] {{pkmn|battle}} and the [[rematch]]. During the first match, it was sent up against {{AP|Taillow}}. and althoughAlthough Taillow kept using {{m|Wing Attack}} and hitting it, Machop kept getting up and eventually managed to knock Taillow out with a Cross Chop. Then, Ash used {{AP|Treecko}}, which was finally able to defeat it.
 
In Ash and Brawly's rematch, Machop was again used first. It began to overpower Treecko, but fell to Ash's newly-{{pkmn2|caught}} {{AP|Corphish}}.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG021|Which Wurmple's Which?]]''.
 
Machop's known moves are {{m|Cross Chop}} and {{m|Karate Chop}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
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|vaen=Maddie Blaustein
|desc={{p|Hariyama}} first appeared as a {{p|Makuhita}}. During a [[Gym]] {{pkmn|battle}} with {{AP|Treecko}}, it [[Evolution|evolved]] into Hariyama and defeated Treecko. After helping the gang to escape from a violent storm, Ash had his [[rematch]] against Brawly. Hariyama was able to defeat {{AP|Corphish}} and almost defeated Treecko, but thanks to Ash's newly developed strategy, Treecko was able to defeat Hariyama after a fierce battle.}}
 
===Voice actors===
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
[[File:Roxanne Brawly Adventures.png|thumb|250px|Brawly in Pokémon Adventures]]
Brawly debuts in the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}. He is an avid surfer who has mastered the secrets of "subtlety" (Japanese: '''柔''' ''Jū; meaning soft''), a fighting style that makes use of turning an opponent's attack back at the user to damage them. He is also well versed in "brutality" (Japanese: '''剛''' ''Gō; meaning sturdy''), a fighting style he learned from his friend, [[Bruno]], that has the user attacking the opponent head-on.====History====
=====Past=====
As in the [[Generation III]] {{pkmn|games}}, Brawly used to train with [[Bruno]].
 
He first appears surfing in Dewford Town, when ====={{advchap|Sapphire}}'sRuby {{p|Wailord|Lorry}} sneezes, causing a giant wave.& Sapphire apologizes for the incident, but Brawly states that it was all right, as he enjoyed surfing on the wave. He then reveals himself to be the Gym Leader, much to Sapphire's surprise. He warns Sapphire to challenge him before he goes on a days-long trip the next day. Sapphire promises and heads into [[Granite Cave]] to train for her Gym battle in the morning. After Sapphire finishes her training, both have their battle at the Dewford Gym. Sapphire manages to easily defeat Brawly's first Pokémon, but she struggles with his {{TP|Brawly|Makuhita}}. With the power of Jū, Brawly counters many of Sapphire's attacks, which eventually leads into his Makuhita evolving into {{p|Hariyama}}. Sapphire comes out the victor when she uses her own variation of Jū to counter Hariyama, allowing her to defeat it and earn the Knuckle Badge.=====
Brawly first appears surfing in Dewford Town, when {{adv|Sapphire}}'s {{p|Wailord|Lorry}} sneezes, causing a giant wave. Sapphire apologizes for the incident, but Brawly states that it was all right, as he enjoyed surfing on the wave. He then reveals himself to be the Gym Leader, much to Sapphire's surprise. He warns Sapphire to challenge him before he goes on a days-long trip the next day. Sapphire promises and heads into [[Granite Cave]] to train for her Gym battle in the morning. After Sapphire finishes her training, both have their battle at the Dewford Gym. Sapphire manages to easily defeat Brawly's first Pokémon, but she struggles with his {{TP|Brawly|Makuhita}}. With the power of Jū, Brawly counters many of Sapphire's attacks, which eventually leads into his Makuhita evolving into {{p|Hariyama}}. Sapphire comes out the victor when she uses her own variation of Jū to counter Hariyama, allowing her to defeat it and earn the Knuckle Badge.
 
Later, Brawly and the other Gym Leaders are called by [[Flannery]] to meet in [[Fortree City]]. They have a discussion on [[Team Magma]] and [[Team Aqua]] about whether or not one of the teams is evil and the other is good. As a surfer, Brawly sides with Team Aqua, since their goal of expanding the sea means he has more places to surf.
 
[[File:ORAS Gym Leaders Elite Four Adventures.png|thumb|left|170px|Brawly in the thirteenth chapter]]
When {{pDL|Super-ancient Pokémon (Adventures)|Groudon}} and {{pDL|Super-ancient Pokémon (Adventures)|Kyogre}} are awakened, they begin causing {{a|Drought|droughts}} and {{a|Drizzle|downpours}} throughout Hoenn. Brawly and [[Roxanne]] are sent to the drought-plagued areas to face Groudon in battle. Despite their best efforts, Groudon proves to be too powerful for any of their attacks to damage it. They are later assisted by [[Wallace]], who also participates in the battle to stop Groudon, but all three are interrupted by the Three Fires of Team Magma, [[Blaise]], [[Tabitha]], and {{FB|Magma Admin|Courtney}}. The three grab Brawly, Roxanne, and Wallace and take them to [[Lilycove City]] to prevent the Gym Leaders from stopping Groudon any further. Brawly is taken to [[Lilycove Museum]], where Blaise faces him in battle. With his illusions, Blaise scares Brawly by making it so that the paintings in the museum appear to be coming to life. Having learned the secrets of Gō from his trip with Bruno, Brawly uses force to break through the illusions and defeats Blaise.
 
After both Team Magma and Team Aqua are defeated and Groudon and Kyogre returned to their deep slumber, Brawly celebrated the victory with his allies and thanked Sapphire and {{adv|Ruby}} for their assistance in the battle.
 
In the ====={{chap|Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire}}, Brawly, along with various people from around Hoenn, is called to [[Sootopolis City]] to assist in stopping [[Grand Meteor Delta]], a giant meteoroid threatening to destroy the planet. When the plan to attack Grand Meteor Delta starts, Brawly and the others have their Pokémon attack the meteoroid at the same time. This, combined with the might of Mega {{DL|Super-ancient Pokémon (Adventures)|Rayquaza}}, successfully shatters Grand Meteor Delta into pieces.=====
Brawly, along with various people from around Hoenn, is called to [[Sootopolis City]] to assist in stopping [[Grand Meteor Delta]], a giant meteoroid threatening to destroy the planet. When the plan to attack Grand Meteor Delta starts, Brawly and the others have their Pokémon attack the meteoroid at the same time. This, combined with the might of [[Mega Evolution|Mega]] {{DL|Super-ancient Pokémon (Adventures)|Rayquaza}}, successfully shatters Grand Meteor Delta into pieces.
 
====Character====
Brawly is an avid surfer. Prior to the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, he mastered the secrets of "subtlety" (Japanese: '''柔''' ''Jū; meaning soft''), a fighting style that makes use of turning an opponent's attack back at the user to damage them. He is also well versed in "brutality" (Japanese: '''剛''' ''Gō; meaning sturdy''), a fighting style he learned from his friend, [[Bruno]], that has the user attacking the opponent head-on.
 
====Pokémon====
|desc={{p|Machoke}} is Brawly's second known Pokémon. He debuted as a {{p|Machop}} in Brawly's battle against {{adv|Sapphire}}, where he was easily defeated by her [[Chic]] and switched out to Makuhita. Later, he was revealed to have evolved into a Machoke when he and Brawly went to the Gym Leader meeting in Fortree City. During the battle against {{p|Groudon}}, Machoke was used to battle the Continent Pokémon, but was defeated by {{m|Thunder}}. During the battle against [[Blaise]], Machoke held his own until the illusions caused him to become scared and run away.
 
Machoke's onlyknow knownmoves moveare is{{m|Focus Punch}} and {{m|Revenge}}, and his Ability is {{a|Guts}}.}}
 
===In the Pokémon Ruby-SapphirePocket Monsters manga===
[[File:Brawly PMRS.png|thumb|200px|Brawly in Pokémon Ruby-SapphirePocket Monsters]]
Brawly appearsappeared in ''[[PMRS11|The Haunted Gym]]'' of Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire. He first appeared as Sableye's illusion when it was navigating {{OBP|Red|Pocket Monsters}} and his Pokémon in the dark [[Dewford Gym]]. The group thought that Brawly was real when he was flexing his muscles but it turned out to be a poster Sableye put up. As the group went after Sableye after tricking them into believing that it was Brawly, they saw the real Brawly stuck in a {{p|Pelipper}}-shaped seat. Red and the Pokémon worked together to get him off and were successful. Brawly then thanked them in doing so and laughed at Clefairy after he got stuck in the seat.
 
====Pokémon====
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==Trivia==
* Brawly is a {{type|Fighting}} {{pkmn|Trainer}} with a pastime involving water, in comparison with [[Crasher Wake]], a {{type|Water}} Trainer with a pastime involving fighting. Coincidentally, they both wear clothes with the colors orange, blue, black, and white.
* In {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}}, a {{tc|Black Belt}} training himself on {{rt|127|Hoenn}} says that Brawly used to train with "[[Bruno]] in Kanto". Similarly, in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, a Black Belt in [[Sevault Canyon]] on [[Seven Island]] says that Bruno of the [[Indigo League]]'s [[Elite Four]] used to train with an old friend there, that friend being Brawly. In {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, a [[television]] program states that Brawly moved from Kanto to surf year-round in Hoenn.
* Before being battled in the French version of [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]], Brawly says, "{{tt|J'ai découvert le secret de la vraie puissance en fixant un Nautile pendant des jours et des jours…|I discovered the secret of true power by staring at a Helix Fossil for days and days…}}", a direct reference to [[Twitch Plays Pokémon]].
* In Ruby, Sapphire, and {{v2|Emerald}}, Brawly is the only [[Gym Leader]] who does not use a fully evolved Pokémon in [[Gym]] {{pkmn|battle}}s.
 
==Names==
! Name
! Origin
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Japanese
| トウキ ''Touki''
| From 当帰 ''tōki'' (''{{wp|Angelica acutiloba}}'') and 闘気 ''tōki'' (fighting spirit)
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| English
| Brawly
| From ''brawl''
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| French
| Bastien
| From ''baston'', fight
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| German
| Kamillo
| From ''Kampf'', (fight)
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Italian
| Rudi
| From ''rude'', rough/hard
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Spanish
| Marcial
| From ''marcial'', (martial)
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| French
| Bastien
| From ''baston'' (fight)
|- style="background:#FFF"
| Italian
| Rudi
| From ''rude'' (rough, hard)
|- style="background:#FFF"
| rowspan="2" | Korean
| 철구 ''Cheolgu''{{tt|*|Games, Adventures}}
| From 철구 (鐵球) ''cheolgu'', (wrecking ball)
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| 유민기 ''Yu Mingi''{{tt|*|Anime}}
| Possibly from 유영 (游泳) ''yuyeong'' (swimming), 민첩 (敏捷) ''mincheop'' (agile), and 기 (氣) ''gi'' ({{wp|qi}})
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and mainlandMainland China}})
| 藤樹 / 藤树 ''Téngshù''
|rowspan="2"| From the Japanese name 藤樹 ''Tōki''
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
| 藤樹 ''Tàhngsyuh''
|- style="background:#FFF"
| Russian
| Броули ''Brouli''
| Transcription of his English name
|- style="background:#FFF"
| Vietnamese
| Toki
| TransliterationTranscription of his Japanese name.
|}
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