Green was originally seen in various concept artwork for the original games, Red & Green, and her design was then used in the Pokémon Adventures Manga and then adapted into the player character Leaf for FireRed & LeafGreen. Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee! marks Green's first ever appearance in the video games.

Encounter 1: Cerulean Cave

Location: Cerulean Cave

After defeating the Elite Four, you will get informed by your Rival of a mysterious Pokémon in Cerulean Cave. When you go there, he will mention about both him and a girl wanting to go find Mewtwo. Capture Mewtwo and your rival will tell you that the girl is still inside the cave. Go all the way back to where Mewtwo was and you'll find Green. When you speak to her, she'll throw a Poké Ball at you thinking that you're a Pokémon as it's dark. She'll soon apologise and then will challenge you to a battle after seeing you had obtained Mewtwo. She uses Mega Blastoise.

Pokémon Trainer Green ClefableGengarKangaskhanVictreebelNinetalesBlastoise
Battle Type

Items
Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 68






Attacks:
Moonblast
Light Screen
Reflect
Tri Attack
Attacks:
Dark Pulse
Shadow Ball
Sludge Bomb
Will-O-Wisp
Attacks:
Dizzy Punch
Sucker Punch
Thunder Punch
Brick Break
Attacks:
Power Whip
Poison Jab
Sucker Punch
Leech Life
Attacks:
Fire Blast
Dark Pulse
Foul Play
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Hydro Pump
Flash Cannon
Ice Beam
Fake Out

When you defeat her, she will offer for you to join her, with Mewtwo, as her Pokémon and will continue to throw Poké Balls at you, leaving 5 on the floor for you to collect.

Encounter 2: Cerulean City

Location: Cerulean City

After defeating her in Cerulean Cave, the next day Green will start appearing by the bike shop in Cerulean City. After defeating the Elite Four again, she will challenge you to a rematch.

Pokémon Trainer Green ClefableGengarKangaskhanVictreebelNinetalesBlastoise
Battle Type

Items
Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 66Level 68






Attacks:
Moonblast
Light Screen
Reflect
Tri Attack
Attacks:
Dark Pulse
Shadow Ball
Sludge Bomb
Will-O-Wisp
Attacks:
Dizzy Punch
Sucker Punch
Thunder Punch
Brick Break
Attacks:
Power Whip
Poison Jab
Sucker Punch
Leech Life
Attacks:
Fire Blast
Dark Pulse
Foul Play
Hyper Beam
Attacks:
Hydro Pump
Flash Cannon
Ice Beam
Fake Out
 
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