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Pokémon Breeder (Trainer class)

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In the manga
==In the anime==
[[File:Pokémon Breeder anime.png|thumb|250px|A Pokémon Breeder in the anime]]
The concept of Pokémon Breeders was first introduced in ''[[EP005|Showdown in Pewter City]]'', two [[generation]]s before the Trainer class was introduced in the {{pkmn|games}}. In the {{pkmn|anime}}, Pokémon Breeders typically concern themselves with {{DL|Pokémon training|raising Pokémon}} for health and [[friendship]], rather than for competitive fields like [[Gym]]s and [[Pokémon Contest]]s. However, they may participate in grooming competitions such as the [[Pokémon Beauty Contest]].
 
Aspects that Pokémon Breeders typically also handle or cover include [[Pokémon groomer|Pokémon grooming]] and [[Pokémon food|Pokémon nutrition]].
 
[[File:Leonardo Adventures.png|thumb|180px|A male Pokémon Breeder in Pokémon Adventures]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
{{incomplete|section|Missing information about appearances in [[PS466]], and [[PS486]]}}
{{adv|Gold}}, although never officially called breeder, specializes in hatching Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga. Other characters who can be called "breeders" in this manga are the [[Day-Care Couple]].
 
 
====={{chap|Black & White}}=====
A male Pokémon Breeder with a {{p|Cottonee}} was seen in ''[[PS466|An Odd Speech]]'', listening to [[Ghetsis]]'s speech in [[Accumula Town]].
 
A female Pokémon Breeder with a {{p|Swanna}} was seen hanging out with a group of other Trainers in ''[[PS486|Unraveling Mysteries]]''.
 
A male Pokémon Breeder with a {{p|Lampent}} appears in ''[[PS511|Dream a Little Dream]]'' amongst the Trainers entering {{OBP|Victory Road|Black and White}}.
 
 
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==In the TCG==
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