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* Erika's Japanese Leader title is {{tt|自然を愛するお嬢様|Nature-loving Lady}}.
* Erika's Pokémon {{game|Yellow}} sprite had been altered from the original {{pkmn|games}}. The only other significant opponents to be changed were {{ga|Blue}}, [[Brock]], and [[Misty]], based on their prominent anime counterparts.
** Because of this change, her kimono became crossed left over right instead of right over left, which is a typical style for dressing deceased people during their funerals.
* In every {{pkmn|battle}} against Erika, at least one of her Pokémon knows a {{status|sleep}}-inducing move.
* Erika, along with [[Janine]], are the only [[Kanto]] [[Gym LeadersLeader]]s to give the {{player}} a TM upon their defeat in {{3v2|Gold, |Silver, and |Crystal}}.
* Erika's [[Generation III]] sprite is the only one of her sprites that does not have a {{i|Poké Ball}} in it.
* In [[Pokémon {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]s}}, in her [[rematch]] team, Erika's {{p|Victreebel}} and {{p|Bellossom}} don't level up at all, both staying at Level 56.
* If one looks closely at her hairband and obi in the HeartGold and SoulSilver artwork, the heart-shaped crest from the HeartGold logo can be seen.
* In HeartGold and SoulSilver, Erika's hairband and obi are red, in her official artwork, battle sprite, VS sprite. However, in her overworld sprite, they are magenta instead.
* Erika is the only Kanto Gym Leader to have the same Japanese and English name.
** Also, Erika's [[Badge]], the Rainbow Badge, is the only Kanto Badge to have the same Japanese and English name.