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Pokémon: Jesus Christ, this section needs improving.
===Pokémon===
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This listing is of Juan's known {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the {{pkmn|anime}}:
====On hand====
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Gorebyss}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses it in Gym battles. It was two of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. It with Juan's {{p|Barboach}} and {{p|Tentacruel}} were able to break through.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Azurill}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But the help of the other Pokémon got it free.
 
Azurill reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|vajp=Ikue Ohtani
|desc=Juan's {{p|Seadra}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But the help of the other Pokémon got it free.
 
Seadra's only known move is {{m|Water Gun}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Goldeen}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses it in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But the help of the other Pokémon got it free.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Wailmer}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses it in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But with the help of other Pokémon, it got free.
 
Wailmer's only known move is {{m|Water Gun}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Corsola}} was used by Juan in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the water, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of the many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But with the help of other Pokémon, it got free.
 
Corsola's only known move is {{m|Bubble Beam}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Barboach}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the water, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of the many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. It with Juan's {{p|Gorebyss}} and {{p|Tentacruel}} were able to break through, helping the others escape.
 
Barboach reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Chinchou}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the water, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of the many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But the help of others help it escape.
 
Chinchou's only known move is {{m|Bubble Beam}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's two {{p|Wingull}} were used by Juan in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the air, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. They were two of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But they were able to break through helping the others escape.
 
Wingull reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Pelipper}} was a Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the air, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of the many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But it was able to break through helping the others escape.
 
Pelipper's only known move is {{m|Water Gun}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's {{p|Masquerain}} was used by Juan in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the air, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was three of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture all the Pokémon with an electric net. But it was able to break through helping the others escape.
 
Masquerain reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's multiple {{p|Staryu}} were Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit, but it is unknown if he uses it in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture one and the other Pokémon with an electric net. But the help of the other Pokémon got it free.
 
Staryu known moves are {{m|Water Gun}} and {{m|Bubble Beam}}.}}
|epnum=AG110
|epname=The Great Eight Fate!
|desc=Juan's multiple {{p|Tentacruel}} were Pokémon Juan used in the [[Sootopolis City]] Water Exhibit from the water, but it is unknown if he uses them in Gym battles. It was one of many of Juan's Pokémon used to make a dazzling performance, until {{TRT}} attempted to capture one and the other Pokémon with an electric net. It with Juan's {{p|Gorebyss}} and {{p|Barboach}} were able to break through helping the others escape.
 
It reappeared in a flashback in ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough!]]''.
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