The phrase “Team Rocket” is used by many to refer to a group of Pokemon that were the first of the Generation I games to be released.
The phrase comes from a Japanese TV series called “Team Ninja” and is a pun on the phrase “ninja,” which refers to the Japanese word for “Pokemon.”
The phrase first came into common usage when Pokemon were released for the Japanese market in Japan in 2003, as well as on other regions.
In Pokémon Yellow, “Team Rockets” are called the “Team of the Rockets” after the name of the first team of Rocket League, the Team Rocket League franchise.
In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the name “Team Plasma” comes from the name the first Pokemon of the franchise, “Pokemon.”
The Team Rocket logo in Pokemon Red and Blue, and in all Pokémon-related merchandise, is a “Team Red” logo.
The “Team Blue” logo was introduced in Pokémon Yellow.
In the Japanese version of the English anime, Team Rocket is referred to as the “Red Team.”
In Pokémon Emerald, the “Blue Team” is referred as the team of the Blue Team.
In Japanese Pokémon, Team Red is the only team to use the word “Team” in its name, while Team Blue uses the word “” in its title.
In American English, the term “TeamRocket” was first used in Pokémon Red and Green as the name for the Rocket League team of players in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.
However, the Pokémon name has since been renamed to “Team Team Rocket.”
In the English dub of Pokémon Red, Red, and Blue (and Pokémon Red & Blue: Gale of Darkness) and in the English-language version of Pokémon OmegaRuby and AlphaRuby, Red Team Rocket and Blue Team Rocket are referred to simply as “Red” and “Blue,” respectively.
In the Japanese dub, the team name is changed to “Red Rocket” and the team is renamed to the “Rocket Rocket” franchise.
In other languages, “Rocket Team Rocket” refers to any of the Rocket Rocket franchise, including the Pokemon Red & Red: Gale, Blue & Blue, Red & Green, Blue Team Red, Rocket Team Blue, Rocket Rocket Rocket, and the Blue Rocket Team Rocket franchise.