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|generation={{Gen|I}}, {{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|III}}, {{Gen|IV}}, {{Gen|V}}, {{gen|VII}}
|games={{3v2|Red|Blue|Yellow}}<br>{{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}<br>{{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}<br>{{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}<br>{{2v2|Black|White|2}}<br>[[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!|Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]<br>{{eng|Pokémon Stadium|Stadium}}<br>, {{pkmn|Stadium 2}}, {{pkmn|Masters}}
|gym=Pewter Gym
|pvname=Pokémon Origins
|envagame=Johnny Yong Bosch
|javagame=Tomokazu Sugita <small>({{pkmn|Origins}})</small><br>Kōsuke Toriumi <small>({{pkmn|Masters Animated Trailer}})</small>
==In the games==
Brock appears in {{game5|Red|Blue|Yellow|FireRed|LeafGreen}} as the [[Gym Leader]] of the [[Pewter Gym]], which is the first [[Gym]] that the {{player}} challenges on their {{pkmn|journey}}. He is one of the few truly serious professional [[Pokémon Trainer]]s in the [[Pewter City]] area, and many people respect and admire him. He is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses {{type|Rock}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} to complement this. He rarely laughs or drops his serious demeanor, but when he does, he finds it hard to stop. In his free time, he likes to dig for [[Fossil]]s in [[Mt. Moon]]. In addition to the {{badge|Boulder}}, Brock gives out {{TM|34|Bide}} in Red, Blue, and Yellow, {{TM|39|Rock Tomb}} in FireRed and LeafGreen, and {{TM|01|Headbutt}} in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.
In Yellow, Brock mentions that he is training to become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}, despite {{pkmn|breeding}} not being present in the game. This is a reference to the goals of his {{an|Brock|anime counterpart}}.
|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{rock color dark}}; background: #{{rock color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:FireRed LeafGreen Brock.png|x250px]]
|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{rock color dark}}; background: #{{rock color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:HeartGold SoulSilver Brock.png|x250px]]
|style="{{roundy|20px}} border: 2px solid #{{rock color dark}}; background: #{{rock color light}}; width:80px"| [[File:Masters Brock Onix.png|x250px]]
| Headshot from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Red and Blue}}
| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|FireRed and LeafGreen}}
| Official artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
| Artwork of Brock and {{color2|000|Brock's Steelix|his Onix}}<br>in {{color2|000|Pokémon Masters}}
|de=Michael Deffert
|it=Federico Zanandrea}}
===In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer===
Brock appeared in the [[Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer]], where he joined a male {{pkmn|Trainer}} and {{ga|Rosa}} in a {{pkmn|journey}} across [[Pasio]]. In a forest, the trio came across [[Erika]], a {{tc|Beauty}}, and a {{tc|Lass}}; and battled their {{p|Vileplume}}, {{p|Lotad}}, and {{p|Whimsicott}}, respectively. His Onix was ensnared in Whimsicott's {{m|Leech Seed}}, but Rosa's {{p|Snivy}} managed to free it. Afterwards, Brock healed Snivy with a [[Potion]] after it was injured by Lotad's {{m|Energy Ball}}. Brock's group soon came out victorious, after which Erika joined them on their journey.
|epnum=Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer
|epname=Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer
|desc=Onix is Brock's only known Pokémon. Alongside a male {{pkmn|Trainer}}'s {{p|Pikachu}} and {{ga|Rosa}}'s {{p|Snivy}}, it battled [[Erika]]'s {{p|Vileplume}}, as well as a {{tc|Beauty}}'s {{p|Lotad}} and a {{tc|Lass}}'s {{p|Whimsicott}}. Whimsicott ensnared Onix with its {{m|Leech Seed}}, but Snivy freed it with {{m|Leaf Storm}}.
Onix's only known move is {{m|Rock Throw}}.}}
====Voice actors====
{{vatable|color={{rock color}}|bordercolor={{rock color light}}
|ja=鳥海浩輔 ''Kōsuke Toriumi''
==In the manga==
===In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga===
{{main|Brock (anime)#In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga|Brock (anime)}}
As the {{pkmn|manga}} series [[The Electric Tale of Pikachu]] is based on the [[Pokémon anime]], {{an|Brock}} is a commonly recurring character, although he does not appear in every chapter and he does not travel with {{Ash}} and {{an|Misty}} constantly.
===In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga===
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
[[File:Brock Adventures.png|thumb|200px|Brock and his {{p|Geodude}}]]
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====={{chap|Red, Green & Blue}}=====
Brock debuts in ''[[PS005|Onix Is On!]]'', though he is mentioned earlier by {{adv|Blue}} in ''[[PS004|Wanted: Pikachu!]]'', who described him as being bored by no one being able to defeat him, or even get past the preliminaries. To gain access to Brock, a Trainer must win several rounds of battles against special Trainers of the Gym, and all of those battles are watched by him from a special room.
Brock is a brave Trainer, and he assists [[Erika]] and [[Misty]] in their {{pkmn|battle}}s against [[Team Rocket]]. He also gave {{adv|Yellow}} a {{p|Graveler}} after the good [[Gym Leader]]s of [[Kanto]] battled [[Agatha]]'s mind-controlling {{p|Gastly}}. However, he is also shown to be quick to anger and restless in his search for a good battle, and when discovering that {{adv|Red}}'s [[Pika]], the only remaining Pokémon of his, was disobedient, deemed his wins "dumb luck" and sought for a finisher attack instantly. However, when the boy begins to gain his Pokémon's trust, it chooses to fight for him and defeats his Onix.
After [[Blaine]] figured out that Red must have been at [[Mt. Moon]] before going missing, Brock volunteered to search there, since Mt. Moon is closest to [[Pewter City]]. He then found a cast of Red frozen in ice there and contacted Blaine. Before all of the information could be exchanged, he found out that [[Pewter City]] was under attack by a group of [[Bruno]]'s {{p|Machop}} that was searching for Brock's {{badge|Boulder}}, and he left to protect it.
====={{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}=====
A few years later, he, along with Erika and Misty, traveled to [[Johto]] for the Gym Leader Tournament at the [[Indigo Plateau]], where he faced off against the expert of the newly discovered {{type|Steel}}, [[Jasmine]]. He lost the match and later fought against Team Rocket on the [[Magnet Train]].
Aside from being a Gym Leader, Brock also works as a security guard at the [[Pewter Museum of Science]].
=====On hand=====
|main=Brock's Geodude
===In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga===
Brock debuts in the chapter ''[[PM003|Take Out The Rival Onix!!]]'' of the [[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]] manga. Before {{OBP|Red|Pocket Monsters}} arrived in Pewter City, {{OBP|Green|Pocket Monsters}} got there and took Brock on. However, Brock was brutally strong as he managed to knock Green and his {{TP|Green|Charmander}} back into a window. The impact caused him to tell Red about Brock's strength. Despite Green's advice, Red decides to go to the Gym anyway. Red notices Brock's collection of Pokémon he had caught over the years and one of them turned out to be {{TP|Red|Clefairy}}'s cousin, {{TP|Red|Pikachu|Pikachu (Pocket Monsters)}}. Brock then came and Red had his first Gym battle with him. Red used Clefairy while Brock used {{TP|Brock|Onix}}. Clefairy managed to defeat Onix by having it chase its own tail, earning Red the {{badge|Boulder}}.
Brock reappears in ''[[PMRSs1|Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!!]]'' in a form of a cameo. He is seen wearing his outfit from {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
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