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Pocket Monsters Advanced GenerationPocket Monsters Advanced Generation

Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation
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Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation
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ポケットモンスター アドバンスジェネレーション
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Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire
Advanced Generation series
Pokémon Advance Génération

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Ezaki Toshiko - Garden - Masuda Junichi - Mitome Kazumi - Tanaka Hirokazu - Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation - Ending Theme - Opening Theme - Single - Advance Adventure (Media Factory)Ezaki Toshiko - Matsumoto Rica - Tanaka Hirokazu - Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation - Opening Theme - Single - Challenger!! (Media Factory)

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Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire (Japanese: Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation), referred to by fans as the Advanced Generation series, is the second series of the Pokémon anime and is based on the events of the core series Generation III Pokémon games. It follows the original series and was succeeded by the Diamond & Pearl series. It ran from November 21, 2002 to September 14, 2006 in Japan. It was not given an English name until after the release of Pokémon the Series: XY.
In this series, Ash travels through the Hoenn region in an effort to compete in the Hoenn League there. He is joined not by Misty, who had been his continuous companion for the entirety of the original series, but May, a rookie Trainer from Petalburg City who at first merely wishes to travel. Eventually, she learns of Pokémon Contests and declares herself a Pokémon Coordinator, training to win Ribbons so she can enter the Hoenn Grand Festival. May's brother, Max, also travels with the group and helps map out routes to take using his PokéNav. However, Max is too young to have his own Pokémon. Brock, Ash's near-constant adviser, returns soon after the start of the series, while Misty makes two several-episode cameo appearances.
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