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 +Brock'​s Steelixタケシのハガネール Takeshi'​s Haganeil
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 +Brock'​s SteelixAs a Mega Steelix
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 +Debuts in
 +
 +Showdown in Pewter City
 +
 +Caught at
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 +Pewter City
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 +Evolves in
 +
 +Prior to Grating Spaces!
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 +Gender
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 +Male*
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 +[[http://​www.bing.com/​search?​q=Ability&​form=MSNNWS&​mkt=en-us&​pq=Ability|Ability]]
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 +Rock Head*
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 +Current location
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 +With Brock
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 +
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 +This Pokémon spent at least 403 episodes as Onix.
 +
 +Voice actor
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 +Japanese
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 +English
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 +As Onix
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 +Unshō Ishizuka (main series)Unknown (Origins)
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 +Unshō Ishizuka (main series)Keith Silverstein (Origins)
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 +As Steelix
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 +Unshō Ishizuka
 +
 +Brock'​s Steelix (Japanese: タケシのハガネール Takeshi'​s Haganeil) was the first Pokémon acquired by Brock in the anime, and is his main battling Pokémon in both the anime and games. It was given to Brock by his father, Flint.
 +
 +Contents
 +
 +1 In the anime
 +
 +1.1 In the main series
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 +1.1.1 History
 +
 +1.1.1.1 Original series
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 +1.1.1.1.1 Kanto
 +1.1.1.1.2 Orange Islands
 +1.1.1.1.3 Johto
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 +1.1.1.2 Advanced Generation series
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 +1.1.1.2.1 Hoenn
 +1.1.1.2.2 Kanto Battle Frontier
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 +1.1.1.3 Diamond & Pearl series
 +1.1.1.4 Sun & Moon series
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 +1.1.2 Personality and characteristics
 +1.1.3 Moves used
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 +1.1.3.1 Moves improvised
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 +1.2 In Pokémon Origins
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 +1.2.1 Moves used
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 +2 In the games
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 +2.1 In the core series
 +2.2 In the Stadium series
 +2.3 In spin-off games
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 +2.3.1 In Pokémon Masters
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 +2.4 Artwork
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 +3 In the manga
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 +3.1 In the Ash & Pikachu manga
 +3.2 In the movie adaptations
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 +3.2.1 Moves used
 +
 +3.3 In the Pokémon Adventures manga
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 +3.3.1 History
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 +3.3.1.1 Red, Green & Blue chapter
 +3.3.1.2 Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter
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 +3.3.2 Moves used
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 +3.4 In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
 +3.5 In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga
 +3.6 In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
 +3.7 In the Pokémon Zensho manga
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 +3.7.1 Moves used
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 +4 In the TCG
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 +4.1 Artwork
 +
 +5 Trivia
 +6 Related articles
 +
 +In the anime
 +In the main series
 +History
 +Original series
 +Kanto
 +Brock receiving Steelix as an Onix on his 10th birthday in the anime
 +Brock received Steelix as an Onix from his father, Flint, on his tenth birthday, as seen in a flashback in Having a Wailord of a Time. Onix was Brock'​s first Pokémon and has consistently been his strongest.
 +
 +As an Onix
 +Onix was first seen in Showdown in Pewter City during Brock'​s Gym battle with Ash at the Pewter Gym, where it was used against Pikachu. Onix wasn't fazed by Pikachu'​s Thunder Shocks because of its secondary Ground type, and was easily able to [[http://​imgur.com/​hot?​q=subdue%20Pikachu|subdue Pikachu]] with a Bind. Ash decided to forfeit the match because he couldn'​t stand to see Pikachu in pain. Onix was also used in Brock'​s rematch with Ash where it battled Pikachu once again. This time Pikachu'​s newly learned Thunderbolt attack was actually able to cause damage to Onix, though it was still not enough to defeat it. Onix once again had Pikachu in a Bind until Brock told it to stop because Brock didn't want to hurt Pikachu. Eventually Pikachu'​s Thunderbolt set off the sprinklers, severely damaging Onix because of its severe weakness to water. Pikachu took Onix down with one final Thunderbolt,​ but Ash chose to forfeit. Brock decided to give Ash the Boulder Badge anyway, and then joined him on his journey, bringing Onix with him.
 +
 +Forming a staircase to help Ash and Brock escape
 +Like most of Brock'​s Pokémon, Onix received very little screentime in comparison to the Pokémon of the other main characters. This may have been due to its massive size.
 +Onix was sent out in an attempt to prevent Team Rocket from escaping with a Moon Stone in Clefairy and the Moon Stone. It tunneled through the ground and burst up to disrupt the escaping Team Rocket, and although it fought to a stalemate with Koffing, it held them up long enough for Ash and the others to arrive and save the day. In Pokémon Shipwreck,​the trio were trapped in the upside down sunken St. Anne. Onix was used as a bridge and ladder to allow the group to reach lower levels of the ship.
 +
 +Onix and Brock in the race
 +Onix was used as Brock'​s steed in The Flame Pokémon-athon!,​ during the big race. It managed to maintain second behind Dario and just ahead of a farmhand on a Rhyhorn. However, the race involved crossing a body of water, which the two Rock-type Pokémon were unable to cross, and Onix had to withdraw. Onix was noticeably upset by this, the only time it has been shown to weep.
 +In Who Gets To Keep Togepi?, Brock used Onix in the four-way tournament, where it went up against Meowth. It seemed to outclass the tiny Normal-type Pokémon with Rock Throw, but Meowth was extremely determined after seeing Togepi, and managed to defeat Onix by splashing it with a watering can and then using Fury Swipes.
 +In Volcanic Panic, it helped stop the erupting volcano by helping Geodude, Blaine'​s Magmar, Ash's Charizard and Ash's Pikachu clog the lava flow with boulders. Misty'​s Staryu and Ash's Squirtle bathed Onix in water to help keep it from overheating.
 +Brock used it in To Master the Onixpected! in an attempt to restrain a giant Onix, and in The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis,​ in an attempt to restrain a giant Gengar. It was absorbed into the ancient Pokémon just like Team Rocket, the scientists and Pidgeotto but reappeared at the end of the episode.
 +
 +Orange Islands
 +In Poké Ball Peril, Brock decided to remain at Professor Ivy's lab in the Orange Islands, and kept Onix with him. However, when Brock returned to the group in A Tent Situation, he brought Onix with him, as revealed in Roll On, Pokémon!, where it lost a battle with a powerful Donphan.
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 +Johto
 +Onix swatting Ash and Misty aside trying to dodge Totodile
 +In Sick Daze, it was revealed that Brock usually polished his Geodude and Onix as part of his Breeder duties. The dubious task of polishing Brock'​s Onix fell to Ash, who attempted to shorten his chore through use of his Totodile'​s Water Gun, which caused Onix to panic and earned Ash a reprimand from Misty. It was captured by Team Rocket, but was rescued by the arrival of Brock, Golbat and Pineco. It then used Rock Throw to send Team Rocket blasting off.
 +In Control Freak!, Jessie, in possession of an ancient Queen'​s mask and scepter, took control of Onix, along with Geodude and Pikachu. Team Rocket then beat a hasty retreat by ordering Onix to carry them out of the underground chambers. When Team Rocket fled, Onix was freed from the influence of the scepter. In Entei At Your Own Risk, Onix comically buried Psyduck in hot sand as it collapsed in the bed to relax. It later used its large, dense body to shield the group from Team Rocket'​s suction.
 +
 +Advanced Generation series
 +Hoenn
 +Steelix and Brock
 +In A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!, Onix was used in a battle against Brock'​s mother and her Mantine in order to decide if the Pewter City Gym will become a Water-type Gym. Onix appears at a disadvantage,​ perched on a tiny island of rock in the middle of the lake. However, Onix leaps straight up, then dives down into its perch, starting out with Dig. With the rock destroyed, water floods into the new tunnel, which drains all of the water in the lake. Mantine flaps around and is unable to move anywhere, allowing Onix to come up underneath it and strike. While the attack caused damage it allowed Mantine to get up and fly. It then launches a Bubble Beam, which Onix counters with Bind. Lola tries to get Mantine to use Confuse Ray, but it fails. However, another Bubble Beam does work. Onix lets go of Mantine, who goes into a third Bubble Beam, but Onix defeats Mantine with Slam, allowing the Pewter Gym to remain a Rock-only Gym. Afterwards Brock ended up lending Onix, Geodude, and  ゲームボーイ ポケモン ピカチュウ ([[https://​pokemonpets.fandom.com/​wiki/​PokemonPets_Wikia|vrai application pokemon go pokemonpets (pokemon pets)]]) Crobat to his eldest sibling, Forrest, who took on the role of Gym Leader at Pewter City while Brock went to Hoenn.
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 +Kanto Battle Frontier
 +When Brock returned to the Gym in Grating Spaces, Onix had evolved into a Steelix under Forrest'​s care. Steelix was shown to have learned Iron Tail and a powerful Dragon Breath attack during its time at the Gym. It was used in a Double Battle with Ash and his Donphan against Jessie, James, and their newly obtained Charizard and Aggron. The battle started out rough with Steelix being hit by Charizard'​s powerful Flamethrower. Donphan saved Steelix by attacking Charizard but was pushed back by Aggron'​s Mega Punch and Hyper Beam. Donphan continued to attack Charizard but was hit hard with Aggron'​s Water Pulse. Steelix then countered another Flamethrower with an Iron Tail and launched Donphan into the air over Aggron'​s Water Pulse. Donphan used the momentum to land a devastating Take Down attack on Aggron. The battle was stopped after Forrest discovered it was Team Rocket they were battling.
 +
 +Diamond & Pearl series
 +In SS025, Steelix was called out by Forrest to have a Gym battle against Nurse Joy. However, at the time Nurse Joy refused to battle anyone but Brock or Flint.
 +
 +Sun & Moon series
 +In When Regions Collide!, Steelix battled Kiawe'​s Turtonator. Turtonator started the battle with Flamethrower and Steelix countered with Gyro Ball to reduce the damage. It then rushed in and squeezed Turtonator with Bind, but was damaged by Shell Trap in the process. Recovering from the attack, Turtonator tried to use Dragon Tail, but Steelix burrowed underground with Dig and then struck Turtonator. Deciding that Steelix was too strong, Kiawe began to use his Z-Move, but stopped when Brock declared he was going all out as well. Revealing a Key Stone, Brock Mega Evolved Steelix into Mega Steelix. Kiawe and Turtonator retaliated with Inferno Overdrive; though it made a direct hit, Steelix was able to endure the attack, much to everyone'​s surprise. The two then collided with Stone Edge and Dragon Tail; Turtonator fainted as a result, making Steelix the winner.
 +
 +Personality and characteristics
 +Steelix'​s Steelixite
 +Like many of Brock'​s Pokémon, Steelix received very little personality development while it was on-screen, which was not often, most likely due to its size. However, it is very loyal to Brock as his starter Pokémon and reflects his personality quite closely. Like Brock, Steelix was very intimidating and serious in its debut appearance, mercilessly crushing Pikachu in obedience to its commands. Like Brock, its tough exterior hides a sensitive interior. Just as Brock gets emotional over women, Steelix has been shown to be morbidly afraid of water. In the big race in The Flame Pokémon-athon!,​ Steelix kept up a top three position until they hit a body of water and were forced to retire, causing it to cry in disappointment. When necessity forced it to expose itself to water when damming the Cinnabar volcano, it only permitted the tip of its tail to be soaked.
 +As a Steelix, its personality remains much the same. It was very happy to see Brock again and battled loyally alongside him.
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 +Moves used
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 +Using Digas an Onix
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 +Using Dig
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 +Move
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 +First Used In
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 +Tackle
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 +Bind †
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 +Dig †
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 +Clefairy and the Moon Stone
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 +Rock Throw
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 +Who Gets to Keep Togepi?
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 +Sandstorm
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 +Entei at Your Own Risk
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 +Slam
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 +A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!
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 +Iron Tail
 +
 +Grating Spaces!
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 +Dragon Breath
 +
 +Gyro Ball †
 +
 +When Regions Collide!
 +
 +Stone Edge †
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 +A † shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
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 +Moves improvised
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 +Picture
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 +Moves Involved
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 +Partnered With
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 +Gyro Ball
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 +None
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 +Description:​ Counter Shield was used in When Regions Collide!. Steelix uses Gyro Ball while spinning to deflect the opponent'​s attacks.
 +
 +In Pokémon Origins
 +Onix in Pokémon Origins
 +Onix was the second Pokémon Brock used during his Gym battle against Red in File 1: Red. At first, it took massive and almost fatal damage from Red's Nidoran♂'​s Double Kick, but was then able to defeat it with Bide. It then proceeded in defeating also Red's Spearow, Rattata, and Metapod in a quick succession, although the last managed to land a String Shot on it before being defeated. Red was left with only Charmander, and as it had also been significantly weakened while battling Brock'​s Geodude, both Trainers knew that the first one to land a hit on the opponent would win. Thanks to Onix's speed having been reduced by Metapod'​s String Shot, Charmander was able to outspeed the Rock Snake Pokémon and strike it with Scratch, defeating it and giving Red the victory.
 +
 +Using Tackle
 +
 +Bide
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 +File 1: Red
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 +In the games
 +Steelix, in either of its forms, has appeared in every game that Brock has appeared in, and is Brock'​s main Pokémon in each of those games.
 +
 +In the core series
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 +Pokémon Red and Blue
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 +Pokémon Yellow
 +
 +Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal
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 +Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
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 +Types:
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 +Rock
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 +Ground
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 +Onix Lv.14
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 +Normal
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 +--
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 +Screech
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 +Bind
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 +Onix Lv.12
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 +Held item:
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 +Onix♂ Lv.44
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 +Rock Slide
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 +Ability:
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 +Rock Head
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 +Onix♂ Lv.14
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 +Harden
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 +Rock Tomb
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 +Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
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 +Pokémon Black 2 and White 2Pokémon World Tournament
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 +Gym battle
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 +Fighting Dojo rematch
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 +Kanto Leaders Tournament
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 +Type Expert/​World Leaders Tournament
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 +Sturdy
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 +Sitrus Berry
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 +Onix♂ Lv.54
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 +Physical
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 +Steel
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 +Status
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 +Onix♂ Lv.61
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 +Stealth Rock
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 +Rock Polish
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 +Rock Head or Sturdy
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 +Salac Berry
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 +Onix♂/♀ Lv.50
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 +Sand Tomb
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 +Protect
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 +Eviolite
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 +Stone Edge
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 +Earthquake
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 +Iron Head
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 +Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
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 +Rematch
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 +No ability
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 +None
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 +Onix♂ Lv.12
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 +Headbutt
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 +Curse
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 +Unknown
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 +Onix♂ Lv.56
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 +In the Stadium series
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 +Pokémon Stadium
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 +Pokémon Stadium 2
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 +Round 1
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 +Round 2
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 +Onix Lv.50-100
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 +Toxic
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 +Poison
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 +Quick Claw
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 +Onix♂ Lv.50-100
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 +Strength
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 +Scope Lens
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 +Steelix♂ Lv.50-100
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 +Fissure
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 +Return
 +
 +In spin-off games
 +In Pokémon Masters
 +Brock'​s Onix is set to appear in Pokémon Masters.
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 +Artwork
 +
 +Key artwork of Pokémon Masters by Ken Sugimori
 +
 +In the manga
 +Onix in the Ash & Pikachu manga
 +In the Ash & Pikachu manga
 +Brock'​s Onix appeared in After the Missing Rucksack!!.
 +
 +This section is a stub. You can help Bulbapedia by expanding it.
 +In the movie adaptations
 +Brock'​s Onix appeared in Emperor of the Crystal Tower: Entei and Celebi: a Timeless Encounter, fulfilling the same role as it did in the movies.
 +
 +Celebi: a Timeless Encounter
 +
 +In the Pokémon Adventures manga
 +Onix in Pokémon Adventures
 +Red, Green & Blue chapter
 +Brock'​s Onix debuted in Onix is On!, where it took on Red during his battle to earn the Boulder Badge. As Red's other Pokémon were completely exhausted from the numerous Gym Trainer battles required to reach Brock, Red was forced to use his Pikachu, which he had only recently caught and was having difficulty connecting with. This lead to Pikachu making its own decisions during the battle, even at one point ignoring Onix and attacking Red instead. However, when Onix tried to attack Pikachu with Skull Bash, the Electric Mouse was able to shock Onix into pieces, making Red the winner.
 +Onix reappeared in The Winged Legends, being used to stop a group of Team Rocket Grunts trying to flee from Saffron City.
 +
 +Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter
 +Brock later used Onix in Chinchou in Charge to serve as a replacement bridge for him, Misty, and Erika at the Tohjo Falls, as the original bridge over the falls was broken. Onix collapsed when the trio was attacked by a large group of Zubat, Golbat, and Crobat.
 +Onix was used again in Capital Kabutops in an exhibition match against Jasmine and her Steelix, who was wearing a layer of rock over its steel body to disguise itself, causing everyone to believe it was an Onix. As the two constricted each other, Onix took damage due to Steelix'​s much harder body, and the Iron Snake'​s outer coating began to chip and fall off. Exposed as being a fraud, Steelix broke out of its disguise and revealed its true identity. Onix was then quickly taken down by Steelix'​s Crunch.
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 +Using Skull Bash
 +
 +Onix is On!
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 +Skull Bash
 +
 +The Winged Legends
 +
 +Capital Kabutops
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 +In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
 +Onix in The Electric Tale of Pikachu
 +Brock'​s Onix briefly appeared in Play Misty For Me, taking part in the Gym battle between Ash and Brock, eventually getting defeated. It reappeared in Haunting My Dreams, where it was used to battle the giant Haunter known as the Black Fog. However, like almost every other Pokémon taking part in the battle, it ended up being defeated.
 +
 +In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga
 +Brock'​s Onix only appeared as a silhouette in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure along with its Trainer.
 +
 +In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
 +Onix in Pokémon Pocket Monsters
 +Brock'​s Onix appeared in Bring Down the Powerful Opponent Onix!!, during Red's battle with Brock. After witnessing Green and his Charmander being tossed out of the Gym, Clefairy was initially too afraid to face Onix in battle and attempted to flee, but later gained courage to fight after learning that his cousin Pikachu (Pocket Monsters) was part of Brock'​s collection, which infuriated Clefairy. During the battle, Clefairy tried to use an assortment of tricks to win the battle, which only prolonged the fight. Eventually Clefairy led Onix around a ceiling column, trapping Onix as it became entangled around it. Onix managed to free itself and attempted to crush Clefairy by wrapping its tail around him, but stopped after Clefairy cunningly drew his picture onto Onix's tail, which confused Onix and caused it to chase after its own tail. This made Onix dizzy, and Clefairy subsequently knocked it out by smashing the fallen pillar onto its head, thus winning the battle.
 +
 +In the Pokémon Zensho manga
 +Onix in Pokémon Zensho
 +Satoshi battled Brock'​s Onix in Pewter City, using his Charmander. Although initially having trouble against the huge Rock-type, Charmander eventually won the battle by chopping off the horn on Onix's head, defeating it.
 +
 +In the TCG
 +This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Brock'​s Onix in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
 +
 +Related cardsCards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
 +
 +Card
 +
 +Type
 +
 +EnglishExpansion
 +
 +Rarity
 +
 +#
 +
 +JapaneseExpansion
 +
 +Brock'​s Onix
 +
 +Gym Heroes
 +
 +21/132
 +
 +Nivi City Gym
 +
 +69/132
 +
 +Leaders'​ Stadium
 +
 +Onix also appears in the card Brock'​s Training Method (Gym Heroes 106).
 +
 +Artwork from theNivi City Gym Theme Deck
 +
 +Brock feeds Onix
 +
 +Trivia
 +Steelix is the first Pokémon belonging to one of Ash's friends to evolve off-screen.
 +Steelix is the first Pokémon belonging to a main character to Mega Evolve in the anime.
 +Related articles
 +For more information on this Pokémon'​s species, see Onix and Steelix.
 +
 +Brock'​s Pokémon
 +
 +On hand:
 +
 +Steelix
 +
 +Geodude
 +
 +Crobat
 +
 +Sudowoodo
 +
 +Comfey
 +
 +At Pewter Gym / Home:
 +
 +Forretress
 +
 +Ludicolo
 +
 +Marshtomp
 +
 +Croagunk
 +
 +Chansey
 +
 +Returned:
 +
 +Vulpix
 +
 +Caught forsomeone else:
 +
 +Tauros
 +
 +Temporary:
 +
 +Hoothoot
 +
 +Totodile
 +
 +Ninetales
 +
 +Shiftry
 +
 +Staravia
 +
 +Turtwig
 +
 +Aipom
 +
 +Magnemite
 +
 +Onix
 +
 +Feraligatr
 +
 +Ride Pokémon:
 +
 +Charizard
 +
 +Adventures only:
 +
 +Kabutops
 +
 +Graveler
 +
 +Electric Tale only:
 +
 +Golem
 +
 +Vileplume
 +
 +Pocket Monsters only:
 +
 +Pikachu
 +
 +This  article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.
 +
 +Source : https://​bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/​wiki/​Brock'​s_Steelix
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