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===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.
 
He 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.====History====
 
====={{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}=====
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.
 
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.
 
====Character====
Brawly 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.
 
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