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tmname=Crystal|
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image=Crystal_HGSS_Adventures 2.png |
size=160px180px |
caption=Crystal in the {{chap|HeartGold & SoulSilver}} |
age=yes|
years=16 (as of [[List of rounds in the ninth chapter of Pokémon Adventures|the ninth chapter]]) |
birthday=April 30 |
gender=Female|
hometown=[[Violet City]]|
roundname=Slugging It Out With Slugma}}
 
'''Crystal''' (Japanese: '''クリスタル''' ''Crystal''), abbreviated to '''Crys''' ([[VIZ Media]] translation) or '''Chris''' ([[Chuang Yi]] translation) (Japanese: '''クリス''' ''Crys'') is a [[Pokédex holder|main character]] in the manga series [[Pokémon Adventures]].
 
==Character==
Crystal is an expert in capturing Pokémon, a skill she developed when she was young. After accident during her childhood that left her arms broken, Crystal learned to kick [[Poké Ball]]s with her feet. Although by now her arms have been completely healed, Crystal has retained the habit of kicking her Poké Balls instead of throwing them.
 
Crystal is very dedicated to her task of completing the Pokédex and has faith in her Pokémon and their ability to help her. Though she can be insecure about herself when she fails, with encouragement she is able to pick herself back up and restore her confidence in herself.
===Childhood===
[[File:Young Crystal Adventures.png|thumb|left|200px|Crystal as a child]]
When she was a small child, Crystal trained on [[Mt. Mortar]] to improve her skills in [[Caught Pokémon|Pokémon catching]]. A {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Arcanine}} suddenly attacked and surprised Crystal, causing her to fall off a cliff and injure herself. When she awakened, Crystal found her broken arms wrapped in bones and covered in medicine. She soon discovered that a group of wild Pokémon that were also attacked by the Arcanine came to her rescue and patched her injures. When the Arcanine reappeared, Crystal noticed that the right side of its face was injured. With the help of the wild Pokémon, Crystal healed Arcanine's injuries and befriended it. All of the Pokémon then decided to join Crystal's team.
 
==={{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}===
[[File:CrystalGSC.png|thumb|right|200px|Crystal in third chapter]]
Crystal is first seen at her workplace, at [[Earl Dervish]]'s Pokémon Academy in [[Violet City]]. She is hired by {{adv|Professor Oak}} to help his Pokémon research by capturing Pokémon to fill up her [[Pokédex]]. She agrees to help the professor under the condition that he help repair the Dervish's rundown academy, which was later fulfilled.
 
After capturing all known Pokémon in [[Cherrygrove City]] and giving them to Oak, Crystal departs on her journey. After leaving, [[Professor Elm]] complains that he wasn't able to meet with Crystal and give her his {{p|Chikorita}}. Disappointed, Elm tells Chikorita that since Crystal already has a full team of Pokémon, she wouldn't want Chikorita on her team anyway. Angered by this, Chikorita attacks Elm and runs off to try find Crystal. Chikorita follows Crystal all the way to {{rt|30|Johto}}, where it attempts to convince her to let it join her team. Although she initially finds its too weak in comparison to her other team members, Chikorita's determination impresses Crystal enough to let it join her team. Crystal nicknames her new teammate [[Megaree]] and has it and {{p|Smoochum|Chumee}} switch places on her party. Upon arriving at [[Violet City]], Crystal is shocked to discover the Pokémon Transporter System is down for the entire Johto region. She decides to call Professors Oak and Elm to inform them about her situation and that she found Megaree and added it to her team. Afterward she goes to the outskirts of Violet City to capture more Pokémon. There, she meets {{adv|Bill}}, who gives Crystal a portable transporter so that she may be able to transport her captured Pokémon to Professor Oak even while the normal Transporter System is down.
 
Crystal continues her journey by traveling through [[Union Cave]] in order to get to western Johto. There, Crystal is attacked by a group of {{p|Magneton}} that knock her unconscious and accidentally drop her into a submarine. Crystal later awakens and finds the owner of the submarine, [[Lt. Surge]], is currently being held in place by a group of wild {{p|Corsola}}. Crystal helps Lt. Surge by finding and capturing the leader of the Corsola herd, causing the rest to let go. As thanks for saving him and an apology for accidentally kidnapping her, Lt. Surge takes Crystal to [[Olivine City]] on the [[S.S. Aqua]].
 
Upon arriving, Crystal passes by the {{gdis|Battle Tower|II}}, a future attraction that is still under construction. A septic tank from the construction bursts, causing waste to spill out. Crystal manages to save the workers, but the waste spills into the sea, causing a wild {{p|Qwilfish}} to be enraged. Crystal captures the Qwilfish, but soon discovers another Qwilfish in danger of dying from absorbing the waste. She tries to take the Qwilfish to the [[Pokémon Center]], but is startled by the appearance of {{pDL|Legendary beasts (Adventures)|Suicune}}. Suicune uses its powers to purify the sea and heal the sick Qwilfish. After it leaves, Crystal becomes enamored with Suicune and sets out to capture it. With the Pokémon tracking system on her Pokédex, Crystal begins following after Suicune in hopes of managing to capture it.
 
On {{rt|39|Johto}}, Crystal continues following after Suicune's trail. There, she encounters [[Eusine]], another person who is aiming to meet Suicune. Due to their similar goals, Eusine declares Crystal to be his rival. Later, Crystal and Eusine encounter Suicune, but it turns out to be {{p|Ditto}} in {{m|Transform|disguise}} sent by [[Team Rocket]] to throw them off of the real Suicune's trail. After defeating the Ditto, Crystal and Eusine realize that someone must be after Suicune and set off to stop them. Crystal uses {{p|Parasect|Parasee}}'s {{m|Spore}} to put the pursuers to sleep and help Suicune to escape. Crystal and Eusine then set off to help Suicune, but Eusine leaves to face the pursuers while Crystal continues following after Suicune. Crystal tracks Suicune and arrives at the [[Burned Tower]], where she battles to try and capture it. Despite her best efforts, Crystal is unable to capture Suicune and is defeated. After Eusine comes to help her, Crystal realizes that Suicune's goal was to meet with its master, {{pDL|Tower duo (Adventures)|Ho-Oh}}, at the [[Bell Tower]]. Coming to the conclusion that she prevented Suicune from achieving its goal, Crystal breaks down crying for failing to understand Suicune's intentions and getting in its way.The shock at her failure causes Crystal to lose her confidence in capturing, causing her to fail capturing even weak Pokémon. On {{rt|42|Johto}}, Crystal meets with her mother, who was passing by at the time.
 
After being told about her daughter's worries, Crystal's mother slaps sense into her daughter. Crystal's mother tells Crystal to re-train herself back from the beginning. Crystal agrees and heads to Mt. Mortar, where she first began training to kick Poké Balls. There, Crystal has an encounter with a wild {{p|Larvitar}}, which was the cause for [[Archy]]'s injury in the past. Crystal battles the Larvitar and manages to capture it, regaining her confidence in the process.
[[File:Crystal training.png|thumb|left|120px|Crystal training from the beginning]]
 
Crystal returns to Olivine in order to find a way to [[Cianwood City]]. There, she meets {{adv|Yellow}} and her uncle, {{tc|Fisherman}} [[Wilton]], who take Crystal across the sea in Wilton's boat. While on the way, Yellow reveals that she was the one who awakened Suicune, {{p|Raikou}}, and {{p|Entei}} from the Burned Tower. Although initially suspicious of Yellow's claims, Crystal calls Professor Oak who reveals that what Yellow said is true and that he sent the two to help Crystal on her journey. The travel is interrupted by the appearance of {{pDL|Tower duo (Adventures)|Lugia}}, who begins attacking the boat and destroys it. Crystal is saved by the appearance of {{adv|Gold}} and {{adv|Silver}}, the other two Johto Pokédex holders that had been missing for some time. The three battle together to try and stop Lugia, but their attempts to defeat and capture it end in failure due to someone else capturing it first.
 
Under Professor Oak's orders, Crystal and Gold are sent to the [[Indigo Plateau]], where the opening ceremony of the Pokémon League is being held. Their mission is to determine which of the Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders is actually the true identity of the villainous [[Masked Man]]. As they watch the Gym Leaders from each region battle each other in an exhibition match, Gold realizes that they are spied on. Crystal and Gold head into the League's stadium control room, where they meet [[Carl]] and [[Sham]], the Masked Man's most trusted minions. Crystal and Gold manage to defeat the villains, but end up locked inside the control room while the Masked Man's army of {{tc|Team Rocket Grunt}}s invade the stadium via the [[Magnet Train]]. Crystal and Gold manage to escape from the control room, but find themselves too late to stop Team Rocket's invasion. With the Gym Leaders trapped on the Magnet Train, the Masked Man appears, having managed to capture both Ho-Oh and Lugia. Crystal and Gold face the two Legendary Pokémon in battle, but are unable to fully defeat them. The Masked Man gets tired of the battle and proceeds to attack [[Kurt]] and steal his scroll on making Poké Balls. With the scroll and the Rainbow and Silver Wings from Ho-Oh and Lugia, respectively, the Masked Man begins creating the [[GS Ball]] in order to achieve his goal of capturing {{p|Celebi|time itself}}. As he heads towards his destination, the Masked Man is attacked by [[Misty]], [[Blaine]], and Lt. Surge, the three Gym Leaders that Suicune, Entei, and Raikou teamed up with. They battle the Masked Man to try and stop him, but are eventually defeated, allowing the Masked Man to escape and continue with his plan. Despite the heavy injuries it sustained during the battle, Suicune decides to team up with Crystal to chase after the Masked Man.
 
==={{chap|Emerald}}===
[[File:Crystal emerald chapter.png|thumb|right|100px|Crystal during the sixth chapter]]
In the sixth chapter, Crystal works alongside Professor Oak in helping save the five Pokédex holders that were turned to stone at the end of the {{chap|FireRed & LeafGreen}}. They send {{adv|Emerald}} to the Hoenn {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} so that he may capture the [[Mythical Pokémon]] {{padv|Jirachi}} so that its wish -granting powers can be used on the petrified Pokédex holders. Due to lacking Pokémon of his own, Emerald battles through the Battle Frontier with Pokémon Crystal supplied him with.
 
On the fifth day of the Battle Frontier's opening ceremony, Crystal and Gold arrive at the Battle Frontier to help Emerald battle against [[Guile Hideout]], a villain who is also after Jirachi. By the time they arrive, Guile had already captured Jirachi and used it to create a gigantic {{p|Kyogre}}-shaped monster made of seawater, which he calls the "Sea Demon". Together with Emerald and the two other Hoenn Pokédex holders, {{adv|Ruby}} and {{adv|Sapphire}}, Crystal and Gold face Guile in battle.
 
While she and Gold distract Guile, Crystal instructs Emerald, Ruby, and Sapphire to train in an invisible room created by her {{p|Mr. Mime|Mymee}} so that their Pokémon can learn the ultimate moves {{m|Frenzy Plant}}, {{m|Blast Burn}}, and {{m|Hydro Cannon}}. They are eventually defeated, but managed to stall Guile long enough for the Hoenn Pokédex holders to finish their training. After Emerald manages to have Jirachi reverse the petrified Pokédex holders' condition, all ten Pokédex holders team up to battle Guile one last time. With a combination of a triple Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, and {{m|Volt Tackle}}, the ten Pokédex holders destroy Guile's sea monsterdemon, finally defeating him for good. With Guile defeated, the Pokédex holders celebrate their victory and decide to participate in a tournament at the [[Battle Dome]]. Crystal also participates, but is defeated by Green in the first round.
 
Afterward, Crystal goes back to Professor Oak's lab to perform maintenance on the Pokédexes. As she stares at photos of Emerald's adventure, Crystal flashes back to Guile's last moment. As Guile frantically tries to find his special suit of armor, Crystal and Emerald try to interrogate him on who gave him the suit in the first place. Guile attempts to reveal the [[Team Galactic|identity]] of the person who gave him the suit, but disappears in a flash of light before he can finish his sentence. Although worried at the possibility of more evil in the world, Crystal shrugs off her thoughts and calls [[Professor Rowan]] from the [[Sinnoh]] region to help with the Pokédex maintenance.
 
==={{chap|Diamond & Pearl}}===
In ''[[PS408|High-tailing It from Haunter]]'', Crystal was briefly seen together with the other [[Pokédex holder]]s from [[Kanto]], [[Johto]], and [[Hoenn]] when the [[Advanced level Grunt]] was talking to {{adv|Diamond}} about the [[Pokédex]].
 
==={{chap|HeartGold & SoulSilver}}===
After they arrive at {{rt|38|Johto}}, Crystal and Silver are attacked by [[Ariana]], one of the Four Generals that lead the revived Team Rocket. Ariana uses her {{p|Arbok}} to pin Silver to a tree, preventing him from help Crystal battle her. After freeing himself, Silver uses a [[plate]] to save Crystal, but is forced to leave in order to prevent Team Rocket from getting their hands on the Plates. Ariana eventually manages to defeat Crystal and is soon joined by [[Proton]], [[Petrel]], and [[Archer]], the other Generals. Their appearance is followed by the arrival of the Mythical Pokémon, {{Adv|Arceus}}. Realizing that Team Rocket aims to capture Arceus, Crystal decides to stop them by trying to capture Arceus herself. Despite her best efforts, Crystal is unable to capture Arceus and is defeated.
 
After Arceus leaves with Team Rocket following after it, Silver returns with all sixteen Plates. He finds Crystal unconscious and in a tree and takes her to the [[Ruins of Alph]], where Gold is battling with Arceus. Upon arriving, the Plates react to Arceus's presences, allowing Crystal, Silver, and the Four Generals into Arceus's barrier. With the Plates in the near vicinity, Arceus opens the portal to the [[Sinjoh Ruins]]. After the Johto Pokédex holders awaken, they go inside the ruins to find the Four Generals attempting to drag Arceus onto the Mystri Stage. Crystal, Silver, and Gold fight to stop the Generals' plan, but are stopped by Ariana, Petrel, and Proton. With the Plates, Archer forces Arceus to create the Legendary Pokémon {{advDL|Creation trio (Adventures)|Dialga}}, {{advDL|Creation trio (Adventures)|Palkia}}, and {{advDL|Creation trio (Adventures)|Giratina}}. Silver attempts to keep Team Rocket distracted while Crystal and Gold use Megaree, [[Exbo]], and {{TP|Silver|Feraligatr}} to destroy the Legendary Pokémon before they are fully formed with the ultimate moves. The attack successfully destroys the Legendary Pokémon, allowing Arceus to defeat the Generals and take back the Plates into its body. Despite this victory, Arceus begins reforming the Legendary Pokémon in order to enact its revenge on humanity.
 
After Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina fully form, everyone is surprised by the arrival of [[Lance]], who has brought [[Pryce]] and {{adv|Giovanni}} with him. The three former antagonists battle each of the three Legendary Pokémon in order to prevent them from battling each other and causing destruction to the Johto and Sinnoh regions. Crystal and Silver go to help fight against the Legendary {{t|Dragon}}s while Gold stays behind to battle with Arceus. After Gold manages to calm Arceus down and stop its rampage, Arceus transports everyone out of the Sinjoh Ruins. Dialga and Palkia force Giratina back into the [[Distortion World]] and leave for the Sinnoh region.
 
With their journey over, Thethe Johto Pokédex holders celebrate their victory and proceed to go their separate ways.
 
==={{chap|Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire}}===
In ''[[PAORAS20|Omega Alpha Adventure 20]]'', Crystal, along with Gold and Silver, wasis called by Emerald to ask for assistance in destroying a giant [[Grand Meteor Delta|meteoroid]] threatening to destroy the world. Crystal informedinforms Emerald that the Kanto and Johto Gym Leaders and Elite Four would be assisting them in their endeavors.
 
==Pokémon==
|gender=male
|type1=Fire
|img=Crystal Archy.png
|epnum=PS117
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|desc={{p|Arcanine|Archy}} (Japanese: '''ウインぴょん''' ''Winpyon'') was initially a wild Pokémon on Mt. Mortar that was enraged by an eye injury caused by a wild {{p|Larvitar}}. He attacked Crystal and caused her to break her arms, although after the eye injury was resolved and Crystal learned that he wasn't naturally aggressive, she added him to her team. Even though his eye has since healed, he still has bad eyesight out of his right eye, which the same Larvitar exploited when they met again. He is mainly used as land transport for Crystal as well as being a strong battler. He has a star collar around his neck. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', he is level 79 and, has a Hasty nature, and his [[Characteristic]] is "likes to run."}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=PS117
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|desc={{p|Parasect|Parasee}} (Japanese: '''パラぴょん''' ''Parapyon'') is a Pokémon that helped Crystal when she was injured on [[Mt. Mortar]] and has since joined her team. She mainly uses her to induce status effects to stop opponents from running or attacking. She has a star-shaped marking on her mushroom. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', she is level 75 and, has a Brave nature, and her [[Characteristic]] is "takes plenty of siestas."
 
Parasee's known moves are {{m|Spore}}, {{m|Sweet Scent}}, {{m|Giga Drain}}, and {{m|Sludge Bomb}}, and her Ability is {{a|Dry Skin}}.}}
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|main=yes
|desc={{p|Cubone|Bonee}} (Japanese: '''カラぴょん''' ''Karapyon'') is another one of her childhood Pokémon that helped her recover after she broke her arms on Mt. Mortar. She uses him as a secondary battler but mainly for False Swipe so he can whittle down a Pokémon's HP. He has two natural star-shaped cracks in its skull helmet. Bonee was lent to Emerald along with Monlee for Emerald's [[Battle Pyramid]] challenge. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', he is level 73 and, has a Lonely nature, and his [[Characteristic]] is "highly persistent."}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=PS117
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|desc={{p|Hitmonchan|Monlee}} (Japanese: '''エビぴょん''' ''Ebipyon''), is one of Crystal's childhood Pokémon that helped her after she broke her arms on Mt. Mortar and subsequently joined her team. Monlee was also lent to {{adv|Emerald}} for his {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|[[Battle Pyramid}}]] challenge. He has star stickers on each of his gloves. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', he is level 78 and, has an Adamant nature, and his [[Characteristic]] is "strong willed."}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|type1=Psychic
|type2=Flying
|img=Crystal Natee Natu.png
|cap=Natee
|img2=Crystal Natee.png
|cap2=Natee
|epnum=PS117
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|desc={{p|Xatu|Natee}} (Japanese: '''ネイぴょん''' ''Naipyon'') is one of Crystal's childhood Pokémon that helped her after her accident on Mt. Mortar. She is used as Crystal's primary aerial transport and evolved into {{p|Xatu}} sometime between the {{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}} and the {{chap|Emerald}}. She has a star sticker under her eye. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', she is level 60 and, has a Quiet nature, and her [[Characteristic]] is "somewhat vain."
 
XateeNatee's known moves are {{m|Psychic}}, {{m|Drill PeckFly}}, {{m|FlyDrill Peck}}, {{m|Future Sight}}, and {{m|Tailwind}}, and her Ability is {{a|Early Bird}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|gender=male
|type1=Grass
|img=Crystal Megaree.png
|epnum=PS091
|epname=Murkrow Row
|desc={{p|Meganium|Megaree}} (Japanese: '''メガぴょん''' ''Megapyon'') was obtained by Crystal as a {{p|Chikorita}} that wanted to go on a journey like his fellow starter Pokémon {{TP|Silver|Totodile}} and [[Exbo|Cyndaquil]], who had since gone on journeys with {{adv|Silver}} and {{adv|Gold}}, respectively. SheHe went off to find Crystal but found out that she didn't want any more team members. However, he managed to impress Crystal enough with his will to add him to her team. He has Chumee's star pendant, receiving it when he was added to her team. He evolved fighting a {{p|Larvitar}} in ''[[PS135|Lively Larvitar]]'' and again in ''[[PS148|Lively Lugia III]]''. As of ''[[PS450|With a Little Help From Hitmonchan]]'', he is level 80 and, has a Hardy nature, and his [[Characteristic]] is "good endurance."}}
 
===In box===
In addition to the ones she has put on her team, Crystal has captured every Generation I and II Pokémon, bar [[Legendary Pokémon|Legendary]] and [[Mythical Pokémon|Mythical]] Pokémon, and has been shown to have some Generation III Pokémon. It isn't known if she has caught any Pokémon from Generation IV and onwards.
{{TrainerPoké
|nick=Mymee
|epnum=PS330
|epname=The Final Battle III
|desc={{p|Mr. Mime|Mymee}} (Japanese: '''バリぴょん''' ''Baripyon'') was obtained prior to the {{chap|Emerald}}. She was used to create barriers so that {{adv|Ruby}}, {{adv|Sapphire}}, and {{adv|Emerald}} could master {{m|Hydro Cannon}}, {{m|Blast Burn}}, and {{m|Frenzy Plant}} to combat [[Guile Hideout]]'s fake {{p|Kyogre}}. She has a star sticker on itsher chest. She is level 49 and has a Gentle nature.
 
Mymee's only known move is {{m|Barrier}} and her Ability is {{a|Soundproof}}.}}
|desc={{p|Blissey}} is used during Emerald's battle against the Frontier Brain, Lucy. She goes up against Seviper and, although she is able to deliver the first attack, Blissey is poisoned by Seviper's {{m|Poison Fang}}. Emerald could not heal her with a Berry, but he is able to switch her out with Starmie, activating her Ability. Later, she is knocked out by Seviper but left a special surprise for Lucy afterward.
 
Blissey's known moves are {{m|Seismic Toss}}, {{m|Softboiled}}{{tt|*|used off-panel}}, and {{m|Heal Bell}}, and {{m|Rest}}{{tt|*|Not used, just mentioned in the Pokédex}}, and her Ability is {{a|Natural Cure}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=PS309
|epname=Moving Past Milotic
|desc={{p|Starmie}} is used along with Rapidash in the first round of the [[Battle Pike]], as it was able to defeat the computer player. Later, Starmie is called out to go up against Lucy's Shuckle. Shuckle is able to poison Starmie, but Shuckle is quickly defeated by Surf. After Shuckle is defeated, its next opponent is Milotic. Despite Starmie being poisoned, it is able to defeat Milotic and fainted afterward.
 
Starmie's known moves are {{m|Thunderbolt}}, {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Psychic}}, and {{m|Ice Beam}}{{tt|*|Not used, just mentioned in the Pokédex}}, and its Ability is {{a|Natural Cure}}.}}
|epnum=PS311
|epname=A Dust-Up With Dusclops
|desc={{p|Alakazam}} was used in both the [[Battle Pyramid]] and [[Battle Dome]]. In the Battle Pyramid, it was mostly used to help Emerald escape the wild Pokémon that came up to them and the computer players. In the Battle Dome, it went up against Tucker's Charizard in the last minute and fell to its {{m|Earthquake}}. It is unknown if this is the same Alakazam that Crystal caught in ''[[PS121|Off Course with Corsola]]'' or a different one.
 
Alakazam's known moves are {{m|Teleport}}, {{m|Thunder Punch}}, {{m|Fire Punch}}{{tt|*|Mentioned only}}, and {{m|Ice Punch}}{{tt|*|Mentioned only}}.}}
|pkmn=Slugma (×3)
|type1=Fire
|img=Crystal Slugma Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Slugma
|epnum=PS117
|epname=Slugging It Out with Slugma
|desc=Crystal caught these {{p|Slugma}} to stop them from attacking the [[Pokémon academy]]. They are housed in [[Level Ball]]s.
 
Slugma's only known move is {{m|Ember}}.}}
|pkmn=Cherrygrove City Pokémon
|type1=???
|img=Crystal Cherrygrove City Pokémon Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Pokémon
|epnum=PS118
|type2=Poison
|pkmn=Victreebel
|img=Crystal Victreebel Adventures.png
|epnum=PS118
|epname=Three Cheers for Chikorita
|type1=Electric
|type2=Normal
|img=Crystal Flaaffy Dunsparce Adventures.png
|epnum=PS119
|epname=A Flaaffy Kerfuffle
|type1=Water
|pkmn=Staryu (×12)
|img=Crystal Staryu Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Staryu
|epnum=PS120
|epname=Surrounded by Staryu
|desc=Crystal caught the herd of {{p|Staryu}} that were playing with {{adv|Bill}}. They are later seen playing with Professor Oak. They are housed in [[Fast Ball]]s.
 
Staryu's only known move is {{m|Harden}}.}}
|pkmn=Elekid
|type1=Electric
|img=Crystal Elekid Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Elekid
|epnum=PS120
|pkmn=Route 32 Pokémon
|type1=???
|img=Crystal Quagsire Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Quagsire
|img2=Crystal Phanpy Magby Shuckle Adventures.png
|cap2=Crystal's Magby, Phanpy, and Shuckle
|epnum=PS121
|pkmn=Shelved Pokémon
|type1=???
|img=Crystal shelved Pokémon Adventures.png
|epnum=PS121
|epname=Off Course with Corsola
|desc=Crystal caught these Pokémon on her way to [[Union Cave]], among them are {{DL|Gender|Nidoran|Nidoran Family}}, {{p|Abra|Abra family}}, {{p|Yanma}}, {{p|Drowzee|Drowzee family}}, {{p|Bellossom}}, {{p|Poliwrath}}, {{p|Politoed}}, {{p|Magikarp|Magikarp family}}, {{p|Goldeen}}, {{p|Slowpoke}}, {{p|Slowbro}}, {{p|Onix|Onix family}}, {{p|Bellsprout|Bellsprout family}}, {{p|Hoppip|Hoppip family}}, {{p|Paras}}, {{p|Ekans|Ekans family}}, {{p|Mareep|Mareep family}}, {{p|Wooper}}, {{p|Gastly|Gastly family}}, {{p|Sandshrew|Sandshrew family}}, {{p|Cleffa|Cleffa family}}, {{p|Zubat|Zubat family}}, {{p|Geodude|Geodude family}}, {{p|Spinarak|Spinarak family}}, {{p|Ledian}}, {{p|Kakuna}}, {{p|Beedrill}}, {{p|Raichu}}, and {{p|Rattata}}.
 
It is unknown if the Arbok, Hoppip, Spinarak, Caterpie, Kakuna, and Rattata from ''[[PS118|Three Cheers for Chikorita]]'' and the FlaafyFlaaffy and Dunsparce from ''[[PS119|A Flaaffy Kerfuffle]]'' are the same ones or different.
 
None of these Pokémon's moves are known.}}
|type2=Rock
|pkmn=Corsola
|img=Crystal Corsola Adventures.png
|epnum=PS121
|epname=Off Course with Corsola
|desc=Crystal caught the leader of a group of {{p|Corsola}} after they attacked the ship she was on. It is housed in a [[Lure Ball]].
 
None of Corsola's moves are known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Crystal
|pkmn=Volume 10 Pokémon
|type1=???
|img=
|cap=
|epnum=Pokémon Adventures volume 10
|epname=Vol. 10
|desc=Crystal caught these Pokémon for {{adv|Professor Oak}}'s research, as shown at the end of Volume 10. They include {{p|Pidgeotto}}, {{p|Spearow}}, {{p|Raticate}}, {{p|Furret}}, {{p|Metapod}}, {{p|Butterfree}}, {{p|Weedle}}, {{p|Igglybuff}}, {{p|Jigglypuff}}, {{p|Wigglytuff}}, {{p|Quagsire}}, {{p|Unown}}, {{p|Poliwag}}, {{p|Poliwhirl}}, {{p|Poliwrath}}, {{p|Politoed}}, {{p|Goldeen}}, {{p|Seaking}}, {{p|Gloom}}, {{p|Bellossom}}, {{p|Ditto}}, and {{p|Forretress}}.
 
None of these Pokémon's moves are known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|type2=Ground
|pkmn=Larvitar
|img=Crystal Larvitar Adventures.png
|epnum=PS135
|epname=Lively Larvitar
|type2=Poison
|pkmn=Qwilfish (multiple)
|img=Crystal Qwilfish Adventures.png
|cap=Crystal's Qwilfish
|epnum=PS122
 
==Trivia==
* CrysCrystal's Pokémon retain almost the same nicknaming pattern in both the VIZ Media and Chuang Yi translations. Her naming pattern remained exactly the same for the most part, adding 'ee' to the end of almost all of her Pokémon's nicknames. Four of them even remained exactly the same: Chumee, Parasee, Natee, and Bonee. Only Mega/Megaree, Arckee/Archy and Hitmonee/Monlee had their names changed, though they are very similar.
* Crystal is the only Pokémon Adventures main character to have two game counterparts.
* In Japanese, Crystal's title "Catcher" (捕える者) has the same pronunciation as {{adv|Blake}}'s title "Arrester" (逮捕る者).
* Crystal is 5'4" (162 cm) tall and weighs 101 lbs (46 kg).
 
==Names==
|From ''{{game|Crystal}}''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|English, Brazilian<br>Portuguese, Vietnamese
|Crystal
|From ''Pokémon Crystal''
|Cristal
|From ''Pokémon Version Cristal'' (Pokémon Crystal)
|- style="background:#FFF"
|German
|Kristall
|From ''Pokémon Kristall-Edition'' (Pokémon Crystal)
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Italian
|Cristallo
|From ''Pokémon Versione Cristallo'' (Pokémon Crystal)
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Spanish
|Chris{{tt|*|Chuang Yi}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Spanish, VietnameseGerman
|Kris
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Italian, Spanish, Vietnamese
|Cris
|- style="background:#FFF"
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
|克麗絲 / 克丽丝 ''Kèlìsī{{tt|*|Ching-Win Publishing and Jilin Publishing Reprint}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|克麗絲 ''Hāaklaihsī''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Brazilian Portuguese
|Crys
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Thai
|es_eu=Capturador
|vi=Người săn bắt
|it={{tt|Cacciatore|Hunter}}
}}
 
|Japanese
|ムーぴょん ''Mūpyon''
|From ムチュール ''{{p|Smoochum|Muchul}}'' (and {{ptt|Smoochum~ぴょん ''-pyon''|boing​; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}})
|- style="background:#FFF"
|English
|Chumee
|From ''Smoochum'' and {{tt|''-ee''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|French
|Lippou
|From ''{{tt|Lippouti|Smoochum}}'' and {{tt|''-ou''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|German
|Kussa
|From ''{{tt|Kussilla|Smoochum}}''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Italian
|Smoochie
|From ''Smoochum''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Spanish
|Smoopeon
|From ''Smoochum'' and {{tt|''-peon''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Korean
|뽀뽀뿅 ''Ppoppoppyong''
|From {{tt|뽀뽀라 ''Ppoppora'' (|Smoochum)}} and {{tt|~뿅 ''-pyong''|pop; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|rowspan="2"|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
|迷唇蹦跳 ''Míchúnbèngtiào''{{tt|*|Ching Win}}
|From {{tt|迷唇娃 ''Míchúnwá'' (|Smoochum)}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-bèngtiào''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|阿迷 ''Ā Mí''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing Reprint}}<br>迷蹦 ''Míbèng''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing first edition}}
|From {{tt|迷唇娃 ''Míchúnwá''|Smoochum}} <br>From {{tt|迷唇娃 ''Míchúnwá''|Smoochum}} and {{tt|~蹦 ''-bèng''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|迷唇蹦跳 ''Màihsèuhnbaahngtiu''
|From {{tt|迷唇娃 ''Màihsèuhnwā''|Smoochum}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-baahngtiu''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Brazilian Portuguese
|Chumchi<br>Chumi{{tt|*|PS118}}
|From ''Smoochum'' and {{tt|''-chi''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}<br>From ''Smoochum'' and {{tt|''-i''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Vietnamese
|Mupyon
|Transliteration of her Japanese name
|}{{-}}
 
|Japanese
|パラぴょん ''Parapyon''
|From パラセクト ''{{p|Parasect}}'' and {{tt|~ぴょん ''-pyon''|boing​; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|English
|Parasee
|From ''Parasect'' and {{tt|''-ee''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|French
|Parasou
|From ''{{tt|Parasek|Parasect}}'' and {{tt|''-ou''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|German
|Parassa
|From ''Parasect''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Italian
|Pary
|From ''Parasect''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Spanish
|Parapeon
|From ''Parasect'' and {{tt|''-peon''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Korean
|파라뿅 ''Parappyong''
|From 파라섹트 ''Parasect'' and {{tt|~뿅 ''-pyong''|pop; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|rowspan="2"|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
|派拉蹦跳 ''Pàilābèngtiào''{{tt|*|Ching Win}}
|From {{tt|派拉斯特 ''Pàilāsītè'' (|Parasect)}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-bèngtiào''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|派拉 ''Pàilā''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing Reprint}}<br>派拉蹦 ''Pàilābèng''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing first edition}}
|From {{tt|派拉斯特 ''Pàilāsītè''|Parasect}} <br>From {{tt|派拉斯特 ''Pàilāsītè''|Parasect}} and {{tt|~蹦 ''-bèng''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|巨菇蹦跳 ''Geuihgūbaahngtiu''
|From {{tt|巨菇蟲 ''Geuihgūchùhng''|Parasect}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-baahngtiu''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Brazilian Portuguese
|Parachi
|From ''Parasect'' and {{tt|''-chi''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Vietnamese
|Parapyon
|Transliteration of his Japanese name
|}{{-}}
 
|Japanese
|ネイぴょん ''Naipyon''
|From ネイティ ''{{p|Natu|Naty}}'' (and {{ptt|Natu~ぴょん ''-pyon''|boing​; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}})
|- style="background:#FFF"
|rowspan=2 | English
|Natee{{tt|*|VIZ Media; Chuang Yi as a Natu}}
|From ''Natu'' and {{tt|''-ee''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Xatee{{tt|*|Chuang Yi as a Xatu}}
|From ''Xatu'' and {{tt|''-ee''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|French
|Natou
|From ''Natu'' and {{tt|''-ou''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|German
|Xata
|From ''Xatu''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Italian
|Tutu
|From ''Natu''
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Spanish
|Tupeon
|From ''Natu'' and {{tt|''-peon''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Korean
|네이뿅 ''Neippyong''
|From {{tt|네이티 ''Neiti'' (|Natu)}} and {{tt|~뿅 ''-pyong''|pop; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|rowspan="2"|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
|天然蹦跳 ''Tiānránbèngtiào''{{tt|*|Ching Win}}
|From {{tt|天然雀 ''Tiānránquè'' (|Natu)}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-bèngtiào''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|阿天 ''Ā Tiān''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing Reprint}}<br>天蹦 ''Tiānbèng''{{tt|*|Jilin Publishing first edition}}
|From {{tt|天然雀 ''Tiānránquè''|Natu}} <br>From {{tt|天然雀 ''Tiānránquè''|Natu}} and {{tt|~蹦 ''-bèng''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|天然蹦跳 ''Tīnyìhnbaahngtiu''
|From {{tt|天然雀 ''Tīnyìhnjéuk''|Natu}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-baahngtiu''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Brazilian Portuguese
|Tuchi{{tt|*|PS119-present}}<br>Nati{{tt|*|PS118}}
|From ''Natu/Xatu'' and {{tt|''-chi''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}<br>From ''Natu'' and {{tt|''-i''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Vietnamese
|Japanese
|バリぴょん ''Baripyon''
|From バリヤード ''Barrierd'' ({{p|Mr. Mime|Barrierd}}'' and {{tt|~ぴょん ''-pyon''|boing​; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}})
|- style="background:#FFF"
|English
|Mymee
|From ''Mr. Mime'' and {{tt|''-ee''|common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan}})
|吸盤蹦跳 ''Xīpánbèngtiào''{{tt|*|Ching Win}}
|From {{tt|吸盤魔偶 ''Xīpánmó'ǒu''|Mr. Mime}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-bèngtiào''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|吸盤蹦跳 ''Kāppúnbaahngtiu''
|From {{tt|吸盤小丑 ''Kāppúnsíucháu''|Mr. Mime}} and {{tt|~蹦跳 ''-baahngtiu''|bounce; common suffix among the nicknames of Crystal's Pokémon}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
|Vietnamese
 
[[de:Kristall (Pocket Monsters SPECIAL)]]
[[es:Crystal/Cristal]]
[[fr:Cristal (Pocket Monsters Special)]]
[[it:Cristallo (La Grande Avventura)]]
[[ja:クリスタル (ポケットモンスターSPECIAL)]]
[[zh:克丽丝塔儿]]
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