The other main character and Black's older male friend. Antagonistic towards trainers, believing they enslave their Pokemon.
Tropes that apply to N:
Ambiguous Innocence: Despite his childish behavior and complete lack of sex ed, N's treatment of Black comes off as emotionally abusive to some readers. If his background here parallels the games at all, he probably just doesn't know better.
Going Commando: Anytime he fights, since his underwear changes into the Menger Gun. But it seems it's also the Menger sponge that he carries around all the time, which would mean he never wears underwear.
A fusion of MissingNo. and Black brought out whenever Joy uses Helping Hand on the two of them. Although he is a fusion of them, Kclab is his own entity as well and frequently communicates with Black while showing a disturbing interest in him.
Hidden Depths: Ghestis interprets her dream of becoming champion of many different regions as a farce hiding her true desire to rule the world and destroy all who oppose her. She claims that he's twisting her words though. However, Ghestis justifies his views by citing the legend of the two heroes and saying that the dark hero was a tyrant feared far and wide for his great power.
Which prompts White to go full-blown evil.
The Lad-ette: She gets a power drill for Christmas. She is thrilled.
Nice Girl: She really does care about her friends and wants to spend time with them.
Daughter and apprentice to Drayden. Black met her in the Dreamworld, where she promptly has an allergic reaction, turns into a Cloyster, and dies. In the real world, whatever happened to her there caused her to be stuck in a coma for two years.
Emmet: Zuh city has been running on backup power for days! Luckily, our subways our unaffected. Zhey are powered by our Bruderliebenote Brotherly love.
Ultimate Job Security: Their fights always end with massive collateral damage and apparently occasional deaths. One can only guess how they've managed to keep their jobs and more importantly why they haven't been arrested.
Fiery Redhead: Very Hot-Blooded and with a Hair-Trigger Temper. She yelled at a news reporter for being outside to deliver the news after Tornadus made off with the reporter's panties, screamed at Tornadus to battle her to keep him from attacking the tower, and angrily chewed out Black and N for showing up so late to save Mistralton. In her defense, her city had been under attack for weeks, and she even admitted that the stress of the situation was setting her off and making her lose control of her temper.
Skyla:YOU GUYS ARE LATE! TORNADUS HAS BEEN WRECKING SHIT SINCE SUMMER. IT'S GONNA TAKE AN ASS-TON OF MONEY TO CLEAN UP MISTRALTON - AND THAT'S NOT ALL! I'VE GOT THE NATIONAL GUARD AND EVERY PSYCHIC I COULD FIND DEFENDING THE TOWER. TORNADUS THINKS IT'S FUNNY TO FUCK UP THE WEATHER, BUT IF ANYTHING HAPPENS TO THAT TOWER, WE ARE ALL DEAD. YOU SO-CALLED HEROES ARE SUPPOSED TO PREVENT THIS SHIT.
Cheren: Does this mean...Alder was never affected by your illusions?
Beheeyem: Correct. Alder's brain functions in an incomprehensible manner. Therefore, my powers do not work on him.
Dirty Old Man: Has no problem holding Cheren's hand because he thought he was a young lady.
Lolicon: Subverted: he thinks Cheren is a girl and actively flirts with him, but sees 'her' as too young.
Icirrus City's Gym Leader.
Tropes that apply to Hachiku:
Gratuitous Japanese: His Beartic is named Kumanote [[A Dog Named Dog bear, and he commands it to use Brine in its Japanese name, Shiomizunote brine. He also keeps his Japanese name, even after the artist started using English names for the Gym Leaders.
Interrupted Suicide: Both he and Kuma try to commit seppuku after being defeated by Kyurem; Black and Joy stops them.
Noodle Incident: Something happened to him in the past, which led to him becoming...
A super weapon Pokémon created by Team Plasma to attack Burgh in Castelia. As it turns out, they used the mind of Adolf Hitler to create it, who was brought to the future by Black and N early in the series.
Three Legendary Pokémon brothers. Tornadus and Thundurus are huge perverts, much to the chagrin of their older "brother", Landorus. Thundurus first attacked Elesa at Nimbasa, Landorus attacked Clay at Driftveil, and finally Tornadus attacked Skyla at Mistralton.
Tropes that apply to Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus:
A trio of legendary Pokemon that despise humans. They first appear when they attack Black and N while they are on their second trip to the Dream World. In this series, they have sided with Team Plasma, as they have a common goal of wanting to separate humans and Pokemon.