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  • Bug Catcher
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  • A Bug Catcher is a general term for a trainer in the Pokemon series of games who trains Bug-Type Pokemon. However, in Pokemon Genesis, the Bug Catcher character is more detailed, revealing that they do not participate in the LEague Tournament but instead have their own league, the Bug League. By defeating all the members of the Bug League, a trainer becomes a Bug Maniac.
  • Bug Catcher is a type of trainer class that is encountered throughout the original series of Pokémon games. Debuting in the Generation I games, they are usually depicted as young boys with straw hats who usually carry a net of some sort. They are usually among the first type of trainers that the player encounters, often having particularly weak pokémon and giving out very low amounts of money when they are subsequently defeated. In the Sinnoh region they appear later than usual in the game, after the first Gym Leader is defeated and they do not appear in the Unova region.
  • A Bug Catcher is a Pokemon Trainer that collects Bug Pokemon, as the name obviously implies. In the Shames they are usually easy to beat, sometimes even easier than the already weak enough Youngsters. Why? Here are two reasons: Well, I'm sure you understand, especially with how redunndant the second reason was.
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  • むしとりしょうねん Bug Catcher Boy
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Name
  • Bug Catcher
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  • Class
  • bug
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  • In-game artwork of Bug Catcher from Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
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  • 600
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  • D
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  • Bug CatcherDPsprite.png
  • Bug CatcherFRLGsprite.png
  • Bug CatcherGSCsprite.png
  • Bug CatcherHGSSsprite.png
  • Bug CatcherRBsprite.png
  • Bug CatcherRSEsprite.png
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Gender
  • Male
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  • A Bug Catcher is a general term for a trainer in the Pokemon series of games who trains Bug-Type Pokemon. However, in Pokemon Genesis, the Bug Catcher character is more detailed, revealing that they do not participate in the LEague Tournament but instead have their own league, the Bug League. By defeating all the members of the Bug League, a trainer becomes a Bug Maniac.
  • Bug Catcher is a type of trainer class that is encountered throughout the original series of Pokémon games. Debuting in the Generation I games, they are usually depicted as young boys with straw hats who usually carry a net of some sort. They are usually among the first type of trainers that the player encounters, often having particularly weak pokémon and giving out very low amounts of money when they are subsequently defeated. In the Sinnoh region they appear later than usual in the game, after the first Gym Leader is defeated and they do not appear in the Unova region.
  • A Bug Catcher is a Pokemon Trainer that collects Bug Pokemon, as the name obviously implies. In the Shames they are usually easy to beat, sometimes even easier than the already weak enough Youngsters. Why? Here are two reasons: 1. * Bug Pokemon have a low chance of surviving in battle because of... Well, I don't feel like going that deep into the average Bug Pokemon's stats and stuff. 2. * Bug Pokemon like Metapod and Kakuna, which, for some reason, when owned by Bug Catchers, don't know their previous evolutions' moves for some reason. Apparently, when they're found in the wild the previous sentence also applies to wild Metapod and Kakuna. What a strange thing... Well, I'm sure you understand, especially with how redunndant the second reason was.