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Poké Flute

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===Effect===
[[File:PokéFluteSnorlax.png|thumb|right|The Poké Flute being used in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}]]
====Manual activation====
=====In the field=====
A Poké Flute's single purpose in the field is to wake up {{status|Sleep|sleeping}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}, specifically two {{p|Snorlax}} sleeping on {{rt|12|Kanto}} and {{rt|16|Kanto}}. Doing this is the only way to progress southward in the game, since these Pokémon are blocking the routes, as well as the only way to battle a wild Snorlax. In {{game|Yellow}}, it can also wake up {{ga|Red's Pikachu|the player's Pikachu}}. If used outside of battle, it will play a "catchy tune".
 
In the [[Generation II]] Pokémon games as well as their remakes {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, this purpose is fulfilled by the radio function of the [[Pokégear]]. An [[{{DL|Pokégear|Radio|EXPN Card]]}} is required for this, and the Poké Flute is on channel 20 in Kanto.
 
In [[Pokémon X and Y]], the player has to get the Poké Flute from the [[Parfum Palace]] and deliver it to its owner, a {{tc|Black Belt}}, who will use it to wake up a Snorlax that is blocking {{rt|7|Kalos}}. Unlike in the Generation I games and their remakes, the Poké Flute is a temporary item, and will only be in the player's possession while it is being delivered.
 
=====In battle=====
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ThisThe Poké Flute's purpose is fulfilled by the [[Blue Flute]] in {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}, their remakes {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, and all [[Generation IV]] main[[core series]] games.
 
===Description===
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==In spin-off games==
[[File:Snap Poké Flute.png|thumb|left|Poké Flute in Snap]]
In {{g|Snap}}, [[Professor Oak]] will reward the {{player}} with a Poké Flute after obtaining a total score of 125,000 points or higher for all the photos in the {{OBP|Pokémon Report|Pokémon Snap}}.
 
Playing the Poké Flute will wake up sleeping Pokémon and may make them dance or pose for the player. There are three songs which the Poké Flute can play in this game, and Pokémon respond differently to each.
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==In the anime==
[[File:Poké Flute XY018.png|250px|thumb|A Poké Flute in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
===In the main series===
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Another Poké Flute appeared in ''[[XY018|Awakening the Sleeping Giant!]]'', under the ownership of [[Lord Shabboneau]]. It is used in an annual festival involving a Snorlax living in the area near [[Camphrier Town]], but, unfortunately, it had been taken away by the egocentric [[Princess Allie]] from the [[Parfum Palace]]. After a series of many-sided events, {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} managed to get the Flute back and return it to Lord Shabboneau so he could start the festival. {{TRT}}, believing the Flute could actually control Snorlax, tried to steal it in order to gather themselves an army of Sleeping Pokémon, but the Flute was soon recovered, allowing the festival to be successfully completed.
 
==In the manga==
[[File:Poké Flute PM.png|thumb|left|200px|The Poké Flute in Pokémon Pocket Monsters]]
[[File:Poké Flute Zensho.png|thumb|200px|The Poké Flute in Pokémon Zensho]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
A Poké Flute owned by {{adv|Red}} appeared in ''[[PS022|A Hollow Victreebel]]''.
===In the Pokémon Zensho manga===
A Poké Flute appeared in ''[[PZ05|Celadon City]]'', where it was given to {{Zensho|Satoshi}} by [[Mr. Fuji]].
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===Gallery===
<gallery>
File:Poké Flute Adventures.png|The Poké Flute in [[Pokémon Adventures]]
File:Poké Flute PM.png|The Poké Flute in [[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]]
File:Poké Flute Zensho.png|The Poké Flute in [[Pokémon Zensho]]
</gallery>
 
==In the TCG==
[[File:Pokémon Flute Base 86.jpg|200px|thumb|Pokémon Flute]]
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[[File:Pokémon Flute Base 86.jpg|200px|Right|thumb|Pokémon Flute]]
'''Pokémon Flute''' was introduced as a {{TCG|Trainer card}} at the beginning of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. First released in the initial Japanese {{TCG|Expansion Pack}}, it later debuted in English in the {{TCG|Base Set}}, with both prints featuring an illustration by [[Keiji Kinebuchi]]. Pokémon Flute allows the player to choose a {{TCG|Basic Pokémon}} from their opponent's discard pile and add it to their opponent's {{TCG|Bench}}.
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==In other languages==
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