History Characters / WeAreAllPokemonTrainersMain3

12th Mar '17 11:27:37 AM nombretomado
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* DualWielding: Like his [[MiyamotoMusashi namesake.]]

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* DualWielding: Like his [[MiyamotoMusashi [[UsefulNotes/MiyamotoMusashi namesake.]]
3rd Feb '17 12:00:20 PM rmctagg09
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* ElementalEyeColors: Has brown eyes and his Pokéform is a Swampert, a partial Ground-type.
3rd Feb '17 10:13:48 AM valozzy
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3rd Feb '17 10:11:47 AM valozzy
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* BrownEyes: Has brown eyes and his Pokeform is a Swampert, a partial Ground type. He also tends to be fairly calm most of the time.
27th Nov '16 1:38:55 PM nombretomado
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* DeathbringerTheAdorable: She's very meek, but she's named after [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia an evil ice queen.]]

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* DeathbringerTheAdorable: She's very meek, but she's named after [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia an evil ice queen.]]
20th Oct '16 5:38:08 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Xatu is extremely powerful in combat, with Tagg not using him only because the fights would get boring. He also has a habit of rubbing out threats that his teammates aren't aware of, such as his MindRape of Tokarev's sniper set to kill Tagg.



* {{Badass}}: Sonny is a massive jerk to say the least, but he's still one of Tracer's most powerful mons.
2nd Jul '16 9:22:06 PM rmctagg09
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A 24 year old (19 at his debut) Pokémon Trainer from a nondescript town in Kanto near Viridian City. Tagg started his own Pokémon journey ten years before the events of the story with an unnamed Bulbasaur, making him one of the most experienced Trainers in the group.

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A 24 25 year old (19 at his debut) Pokémon Trainer from a nondescript town in Kanto near Viridian City. Tagg started his own Pokémon journey ten years before the events of the story with an unnamed Bulbasaur, making him one of the most experienced Trainers in the group.
27th Jun '16 1:04:42 AM rmctagg09
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* HeroicWillpower: It's notable that Tagg appears to have a very strong resistance to mind control and all other types of mental tampering. For instance, it took a small army of Zrone's Psychic types to puppet his body, and even then they failed to completely subordinate his will.



* HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: The main reason that Tagg doesn't use the Adamant and Blue Orbs very often is a fear of getting overly reliant on legendaries to solve his problems.

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* HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: The main reason that Tagg doesn't use the Adamant and Blue Orbs very often despite how laughable they could make some of his battles, is a fear of getting overly reliant on legendaries to solve his problems.



* ItsPersonal: Besides what Cipher did to him personally, Tagg also hates them for shadowing Doc, doing horrible experiments to Lina, injuring his other friends badly enough to put them in the hospital, and brainwashing his apprentice Ever.

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* ItsPersonal: Besides what Cipher did to him personally, in particular, Tagg also hates them for shadowing Doc, doing horrible experiments to Lina, injuring his other friends badly enough to put them in the hospital, and brainwashing his apprentice Ever.



* PriceOnTheirHead: Tokarev places a price on his head for Cipher during the Orre Arc, and the Peons he and his mons killed during the Very Bad Thing were purposely looking to collect on his head.

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* PriceOnTheirHead: Tokarev places a price on his head for Cipher during the Orre Arc, and the Peons he and his mons killed during the Very Bad Thing were purposely looking to collect on his head.bounty.



* TeamDad: Has this role towards his mons, and his interactions with the younger J-Team members has him either doing his best to advise them or assisting in fixing a mistake they've made while trying to keep them from getting into too much trouble.

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* TeamDad: Has this role towards his mons, and his interactions with the younger J-Team members has him either doing his best to advise them them, or assisting in fixing a mistake they've made while trying to keep them from getting into too much trouble.



* WhatTheHellHero: Gets this after slaughtering a bunch of Peons and making a video about it by the rest of the J-Team to varying degrees.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Gets this after slaughtering a bunch of Peons and making a video with their corpses in the background about it by the rest of the J-Team to varying degrees.
6th Jun '16 7:34:05 PM rmctagg09
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* GuileHero: What Tagg can't simply have his mons (Or himself) beat or blast into submission, he merely outsmarts.

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* GuileHero: What Tagg can't simply have his mons (Or himself) beat or blast into submission, submission directly, he merely outsmarts.
2nd Mar '16 1:57:56 AM rmctagg09
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* PriceOnTheirHead: Tokarev places a price on his head for Cipher during the Orre Arc, and the Peons he and his mons killed during the Very Bad Thing were purposely looking to collect on his head.
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