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===In Gold, Silver and Crystal===
[[File:Azaleagym.png|left|thumb|200px|Azalea Gym in {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}]]
In {{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, the Azalea Gym is a giant forest maze. Trainers such as [[Twins]] and [[Bug Catcher]]s hide around theevery corner and are, ready to spring upon Trainers. Bugsy is located in the middle of the maze, where he can be challenged to earn the {{badge|Hive}}.
===In HeartGold and SoulSilver===
[[File:Azalea Gym HGSS.png|thumb|rightleft|Azalea Gym in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}]]
In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, many aesthetic changes have been made to the Azalea Gym, including a new feature that lets the player ride on spider-shaped karts that travel in different directions across different areas of the gym. The player must travel on the correct spider to advance through the gym. If however the player gets on the wrong spider, however, they will travel to a different area where they must battle a Trainer.
==In the anime==
The only anime appearance of Bugsy and his gym's only anime appearances came in ''[[EP144|Gettin' the Bugs Out]]''. The gym isstrongly veryresembles a forest-like in its appearance, with trees and grass growing everywhere. Bugsy lets all of his Pokémon roam free in the gym, much to [[Misty]]'s chagrin.
{{Ash}} felt confident that his {{AP|Cyndaquil}} would be able to easily defeat Bugsy and his Pokémon. However, thebut PokémonCyndaquil needed to get warmed up before it was able to use its {{type2|Fire}} attacks. In the meantime, Ash used his {{AP|Chikorita}} and {{AP|Pikachu}} to defeat Bugsy's Pokémon. When Ash was down to Cyndaquil, the young Pokémon was able to warm its flame up in time and defeat Bugsy's {{p|Scyther}}.