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Caserin & Luverinカスリン & ラブリン Caserine & Loverine

Luverin (left) and Caserin (right)

Debuts in

Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing!

Caught at



Male (Caserin)Female (Luverin)



Current location

Cerulean Gym

This Pokémon is fully evolved.

Voice actor



As Luvdisc

Luverin:Kyoko HikamiCaserin:Daisuke Sakaguchi

(both) Rachael Lillis

Caserin (Japanese: カスリン Caserine) and Luverin (Japanese: ラブリン Loverine) are two Luvdisc that belong to Misty and her oldest sister, Daisy, respectively. They acquired them in the Kanto region, despite the fact that Luvdisc do not normally live in the area.


1 History
2 Personality and characteristics
3 Moves used

3.1 Caserin
3.2 Luverin

4 Trivia
5 Related articles

In Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing!, it was revealed that Misty and Daisy had both obtained Luvdisc of opposite genders, in the hope of using them in one of the Cerulean City Gym’s water ballets. Caserin was in love with Luverin, but Luverin completely ignored Caserin’s advances.
Meanwhile, Dr. Namba had concocted an evil scheme to rid the world of love and needed the two Luvdisc as his key components. To his aide, Butch and Cassidy were asked to steal the Luvdisc (in the original Japanese version, Dr. Namba only wanted them for his «R-project», not mentioning anything about ridding the world of love at all). His plans were ruined, however, when Caserin and Luverin were able to cooperate and save each other. Seeing Caserin’s heroic acts, Luverin fell in love with him. Their mutual attraction finally allowed Daisy to complete her new show.

Personality and characteristics
Caserin was shown to be lovesick and easily saddened when Luverin would deny him. However, with Misty’s encouragement, Caserin was able to save both himself and Luverin, causing the latter to fall in love with him.

Moves used

Using Tackle


First Used In


Water Gun

Ice Beam

Double Team


A † shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Using Water Gun

Sweet Kiss

Caserin was Misty’s first Generation III Pokémon.
Caserin is the only one of Misty’s Pokémon that never appeared in the main series.
Caserin is also Misty’s only Pokémon to have a confirmed gender.
Caserin and Luverin’s names are a play on both the name Catherine and the two syllables of Lovecus, the Japanese name of Luvdisc. Caserin also contains a part of Misty’s Japanese name, カス Kasu.
Along with Growlie and Snowy, Caserin is the only Pokémon owned by a main character that was ever nicknamed.
Related articles
For more information on this Pokémon’s species, see Luvdisc.

Misty’s Pokémon

On hand:





At Cerulean Gym:












Goldeen (multiple)

Shellder (multiple)











Ride Pokémon:



Adventures only:






Electric Tale only:



Pocket Monsters only:



This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.

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Desert Ruins 砂漠の遺跡 Remains of the Desert

Illus. Shin-ichi Yoshikawa

English expansion

EX Hidden Legends


English card no.


Japanese expansion

Undone Seal

Japanese Rarity

Japanese card no.


Desert Ruins (Japanese: 砂漠の遺跡 Remains of the Desert) is a Stadium card. It is part of the EX Hidden Legends expansion.

Card text

All prints

You can’t have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.

Team Plasma


You can’t have more than 1 card with the same name in your deck. If a card would go to the discard pile, put it in the Lost Zone instead.

This card stays in play when you play it. Discard this card if another Stadium card comes into play.

At any time between turns, each player puts 1 damage counter on his or her Pokémon-ex with maximum HP of at least 100.

Do Nothing

At the beginning of your turn, flip a coin. If heads, you can do nothing during your turn. If tails, your opponent can do nothing during his or her next turn.

The Desert Ruins are situated on Route 111 in the Pokémon games. They are the home of Regirock.

This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

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1 Mission 5

1.1 Vien Town
1.2 Pueltown
1.3 Mission 5: Recover a Key from Sharpedo!

1.3.1 Puel Sea

1.4 Puel Town

Mission 5
The only other way out of Pueltown, besides the Vien Forest is the Norward Bridge; which is closed because the operator, Brook, lost the key. Apparently, he dropped it out in the Puel Sea. What are you waiting for? Head on out for the Puel Docks!

Vien Town
At your return to the Ranger Base, Barlow and Prof. Hastings leave for the Ranger Union.
The next day, Barlow calls you. He says you better come over to Puel Town, something’s wrong. Head on over to Pueltown, and meet Barlow.

You meet Barlow at the Pueltown exit of the Vien Forest. He says that the Norward Bridge is up, and halting traffic. You and Barlow head over to the Docks to talk to Brook, the bridge’s operator.
Brook says he dropped the key in the Puel Sea, but he knows where. Before you leave, Barlow gives you a Micro Aqualung, so you can breathe underwater. Go out to the Puel Sea with Brook, and dive down!

Mission 5: Recover a Key from Sharpedo!
Puel Sea


Poké Assist








1. When you go underwater, none of your Pokémon can come with you, but they stay on the boat, waiting for you to return. But you can capture underwater Pokémon!
2. To your left is the key, but suddenly a Sharpedo comes by and eats it! Darn! Follow that Sharpedo!
3. Go all the way south (↓), to the next screen. Grab a Finneon, break the nearby small rock, and capture the Staryu. Go back up a screen.
4. Use Staryu to break the wooden blocks to your right. Go right a screen.
5. Capture another Staryu, and continue right. Use Staryu on the wooden block again, and follow the path. Capture the Mantine.
6. Go left a screen, then immediately go down. You’ll be on the edge of an abyss. Use Mantine to swim over the abyss. Click on Mantine when you have a question mark (?) over your head to ride it. Go left.
7. Continue left, and hop off Mantine on to land. Go left once again.
8. You reach a dead end. Sharpedo will start swimming around in circles. Use the currents to catch up to Sharpedo. Once you catch up, pokemon youtube — juegos gratis para jugar ahora mismo monster mmorpg — capture it and retrieve the Bridge Key!
9. Leave the dead end by going right. Caputre Mantine and go up and right, to the upper right hand corner. Get off Mantine, and go right. Go up a screen, and up all the way to the light. Then go to the surface. The Pokémon you captured underwater will await your return.

Puel Town
Back on dry land, it’s Mission Clear! Barlow raises you to Ranger Rank 3! You may now use Ground and Steel Poké Assists, as well as have 4 Pokémon with you!
Go with Brook and Barlow to the Norwood Bridge, and Brook lowers it.

← Part 3

Part 3 (Forest Fire and Pueltown)

Pokémon Ranger 2walkthrough

Part 5 (Ranger Union, Peril Cliffs, Seven Quests, and Outdoor Class!)

Part 5 →

This article is part of Project Walkthroughs, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive step-by-step guides on each Pokémon game.

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Magnetic Storm 磁気嵐 Magnetic Storm

Flashfire printIllus. Ryo Ueda



Japanese Half Deck

Metagross Constructed Starter Deck


Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sky-Splitting Deoxys



Wild Blaze


Magnetic Storm (Japanese: 磁気嵐 Magnetic Storm) is a Stadium card. It was first released as part of the EX Hidden Legends expansion.

1 Card text
2 Release information

2.1 Gallery

3 Trivia

3.1 Origin

EX Hidden Legends print

Any damage done by attacks from Pokémon and Pokémon (both yours and your opponent’s) is not affected by Resistance.

Flashfire print

Each Pokémon in play has no Resistance.

This card stays in play when you play it. Discard this card if another Stadium card comes into play. If another card with the same name is in play, you can’t play this card.

Release information
This card was released in the EX Hidden Legends expansion, first originating from the Japanese Undone Seal expansion, with artwork by Shin-ichi Yoshikawa. In Japan, this print was later reprinted in the Metagross Constructed Starter Deck and the Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sky-Splitting Deoxys. Magnetic Storm was later reprinted during the XY Series in the English Flashfire expansion, first originating from the Japanese Wild Blaze expansion, with new artwork by Ryo Ueda. This print features a new effect for the card.


EX Hidden Legends printIllus. Shin-ichi Yoshikawa

Diamond & Pearl printIllus. Ken Sugimori

This card’s XY Series effect matches that of Ruins of Alph, a card previously released in the Undaunted expansion.

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React Energy リアクトエネルギー React Energy

Illus. Takumi Akabane


Special Energy card


Additional effect


EX Legend Maker


Mirage Forest


PCG-P Promotional cards


React Energy (Japanese: リアクトエネルギー React Energy) is a Special Energy card. It was first released as part of the EX Legend Maker expansion.

React Energy provides Energy.

This card was included in the EX Legend Maker expansion, first released in the Japanese Mirage Forest expansion. In Japan, it was reprinted as a Holofoil PCG-P Promotional card and was awarded to participants of the regional Summer 2005 Battle Road events who reached the final round of the main tournament.

React Energy was the first Energy card in the TCG to provide a single unit of Colorless Energy with no additional effects. There are, however, a number of Pokémon from the EX Legend Maker expansion that feature Poké-Powers, Poké-Bodies, and attacks that beneficially interact with it. A similar mechanic involving Plasma Energy was later featured on cards from the Black & White Series.

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