Characters: We Are All Pokemon Trainers Villains
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A Glitch Pokémon created from a failed Mew cloning experiment
and the first major enemy of the proto J-Team, whose MO was possession and corruption. Killed Deader than Dead.
The second Glitch Pokémon faced by the J-Team, created by a Cipher experiment. Weaker than Missingno, but far more evil. Killed when Anom made a Heroic Sacrifice in order to lower its anti-legendary shield.
- Big Bad: Of the Unova arc.
- Deader than Dead: Was completely wiped from this reality as a result of being destroyed by the heroes and most of the legendaries.
- Demonic Possession: Managed to put many different beings under its thrall, including Wolf, Steven Stone, and Jane.
- Killed Off for Real: Like Missingno, Deader than Dead
- The Sociopath: Unlike Missingno, it got a perverse pleasure out of the suffering of others.
- The Virus: The Bad Eggs that turned children into its shiny Charizard army.
The former leader of Team Plasma. Is among the few villains that know of the J-Team's Monese speaking abilities, though he's too mad for anyone to take it seriously.
The Shadow Triad
Ghetsis' right hand men, three of the world's most powerful psychics.
The former leader of Team Galactic, who tried remaking the universe twice in this continuity.
Daisy's older sister, who ended up getting corrupted and forcing Jane to kill her with Josie.
A thrall of Missingno from the infamous fanfic, the Pokemon Story.
- Fighting a Shadow: Turns out he's just part of Missingno's power. He explodes into data when defeated.
- No Kill Like Overkill: The proto J-Team makes sure he isn't coming back, with Tagg having Draca burn the corpse.
A trainer that used to follow the J-Team around and do all sorts of evil plots.
- Filler Villain: Tended to pretty much randomly show up to bother the J-Team.
An evil AI that was used by Pokefutures, until Tangent and Basket completely destroyed her in the OU. In the AU she ended up taking over the facility due to not being destroyed. and had the PEFE Founders suffer through her tests.
Galactic Commander Neptune
A Galactic Commander who Tagg curb-stomped years ago who decided to go for revenge.
Ferno the Charizardδ
A Fire/Dragon Delta Charizard who led the Delta Pokémon who tried to kidnap Pleo to get the legendaries to pay attention to their plight. In reality he considers Deltas superior to regular mons and merely wants to take over.
Ozone/Cipher Admin Jet
A Team Ozone Admin that first appeared during the Fortree Pokeringer competition, who ends up betraying Archie and Maxie, and later becomes a Cipher Admin. Is currently possessed by Esprit.
- Arch-Enemy: To Straw.
- Blow You Away: All of his Pokemon are Flying types.
- Demonic Possession: Esprit is currently posessing him.
- Hero Killer: Kills Siren/Taylor just as she has a Heel-Face Turn thanks to Straw and Artemis, and nearly killed Elise on two separate occasions.
- Karma Houdini: Despite the J-Team foiling him on several occasions, he always manages to get away mostly unscathed.
- Kick the Dog: Injuring Elise twice and killing Siren/Taylor for no reason other than pure spite would count as this.
- The Starscream: Mutinies on Archie and Maxie with several other Ozealots near the climax of the Hoenn arc.
- Theme Naming: All of his Pokemon have weather related names.
- Wicked Cultured
- Would Hit a Girl: Nearly kills Elise twice, both instances making her end up in the hospital, and kills Taylor.
Annoski the Obscura Wizard
An Obscura Wizard that ruled Sinnoh 1,000 years ago before being sealed and later revived by Tagg. Is currently in the Spirit World awaiting judgement following his defeat.
Galactic Grunt/Cipher Peon Deimos, aka Richard Lane
A former member of Team Galactic that serves as Titan's second. Killed in Orre during the raid on Titan's Lab after Eskay stabbed him with one of Kaius' swords in a fit of rage.
Galactic Commander/Cipher Commander Titan, aka Lawrence Cain
A Galactic Commander who decided to try continuing Cyrus' plans, and Herbert's father.
- Archnemesis Dad: To Herbert.
- Disappeared Dad: To Herbert.
- The Empath: Is Aura-sensitive, which is ironic considering his desire of a world free of emotion.
- Evil Uncle: To Psyche, Trip, and Trish.
- Heel Realization: Has one after Herbert and Psyche work together in order to have the former do a Reason You Suck Speech on him.
- Manipulative Bastard: Hardly a master at his game, but still has enough skill at manipulating emotions to keep Shadow!Crewe under his thumb.
- Morality Pet: Shadow!Crewe, of all people, starts to become one to him during the Orre arc, and he has shown that he still cares about his son.
- Noble Demon: Titan generally doesn't go out of his way to be evil for the sake of being evil.
- Speaks Fluent Monese: Can understand Monese, but views mons as little more than animals and tools, the former view he ended up passing on to Herbert.
- The Stoic: He tries to follow Cyrus' example in this regard, though he has shown himself to be Not So Stoic on occasion.
- The Unfettered: Attempts to maintain this image, with varying degrees of success.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Much like Cyrus.
- Wicked Cultured: He's very well-spoken, his Pokemon are named after the letters of the Greek alphabet, and he often quotes Shakespeare in conversation. However, he is incapable of speaking the Pokéverse equivalent of Latin.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: In keeping with his position as a Galactic commander, though his is greying slightly.
A smuggler based in Black City who had originally captured Setsuna as a Blitzle before she managed to escape.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: See Villain with Good Publicity.
- Pet the Dog: Despite being an unrepentant smuggler, she does treat her own mons well, and only asked that the J-Team didn't separate them once she went to jail.
- Pragmatic Villainy:
- Speaks against smuggling in Black City in her public persona...because she doesn't want competition.
- She also keeps the mons under her care healthy (physically at least), since they make better prospects to her clients that way.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Melinda's childhood flashbacks appear to suggest this, though we still don't know what exactly led to her becoming a smuggler.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Is known for being a kind woman who takes in homeless Pokémon, but she only takes them in so she can sell them to the highest bidder, including Cipher.
A gold and silver Bisharp who leads an army of Pawniard that harasses the J-Team on multiple occasions. Is a Ghost Obscuric, and a powerful one at that. He died from getting stabbed in the chest by Herbert, but came back as a Yamask and later a Delta Cofagrigus currently travelling with Ivy. Is actually Jacob and Crow's ancestor Celzvet Kaeqiri.
The Seven Jerk Dragons
The main villains of the Return to AU arc, who wish to overthrow humanity and put dragons above all other species.
- Bigger Bad: For PMD-R, their actions leading directly to the state of PMD-B 600 years in the future despite most of them being long dead.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: For the RtAU arc.
- Master Race: Believe in the inherent inferiority of humans to Pokémon in general, and Dragon types in particular.
An evil Emboar in the AU with designs on world domination. Ends up getting his soul mauled by the Midori Mons.
- Arch-Enemy: To Solana (AU!Fool) after betraying her.
- Badass: Napoleon is an undeniably evil bastard, but he's also a very skilled and powerful evil bastard.
- Big Bad: Pretty much usurps Scolemis as such for the AU, since Cyrus served as more of the Bigger Bad.
- Blatant Lies: When Die the Persian suffers a mortal injury, Napoleon lies and says that he's taking Die to his apartment to die in comfort, when instead he actually takes him to a taxidermist to be skinned.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Napoleon from Animal Farm, and by proxy, of Josef Stalin, according to Word of God.
- The Corrupter: Corrupted Solana personally, and corrupted Lanius indirectly through manipulating his life.
- Defiant to the End: Even when he's about to get eaten by Anom's Scolipede's Kaiju-sized Hydreigon, he still defiantly raises his scimitar and does battle.
- Deader than Dead: Gets his soul mauled to pieces by those of the Midori Mons.
- Genius Bruiser: Is probably about as smart as he is strong, and can actually write pretty well.
- Hero Killer: Napoleon had a personal hand in the deaths of Mezzo's Black Guard (Though they weren't exactly heroes at the time), beat the crap out of MGMT, killed Mira, managed to seriously injure Lake, and is one of the very few beings to more or less escape the full wrath of the J-Team unharmed.
- The Juggernaut: Nothing seems to truly stop him for very long.
- Manipulative Bastard: Manipulated Solana into doing evil in the first place, and then manipulated the Midori Mons into believing that she betrayed them after killing Rose and Eridan.
- Signature Move: Superpower.
- Sinister Scimitar: Likes using a self-heated scimitar to kill opponents, the heat allowing him to stab properly with it, as he did when killing Elvis and Mira.
- The Starscream: Betrays Solana, and later Scolemis all for the sake of personal power.
- Thanatos Gambit: Purposely writes his journal to make it look like it was Solana's in order to put everything on her head after he dies.
The Midori Mons
A group of psychopathic Kantonese mons that served as Solana's executioners.
- Axe Crazy: Most of them save Crowbar are to an extent, but Matchsticks happens to be one of the most crazy members in particular.
- Blood Knight: They love a good fight.
- Boss Rush: Solana ends up having to fight them all in the Spirit World post-AU arc in order to win her Spirit Game.
- Captain Ersatz: Of the Midnight Crew from Homestuck, and some other characters from the same series.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: All of the Midori Mons wear green.
- The Dog Bites Back: They get even with Napoleon by mauling his soul to pieces.
- Dwindling Party: Save for Crowbar and Snowman, all of them die fighting in the Battle of Castelia, fighting the J-Team, or in the collapse of N's Castle.
- Meaningful Name: Midori is Japanese for green, they all wear green, and they're all stationed in a room covered in Felt.
- Quirky Miniboss Squad: They're definitely a bunch of weirdos to be sure.
- Token Good Teammate: Crowbar the Marowak.
- Unwitting Pawn: Napoleon tricks them into believing Solana betrayed them, and they fall for it hook, line, and sinker.
A Samurott general under Scolemis that was in charge of the invasion of Kanto during the AU, who ended up getting paralyzed by Tracer.
- Badass: Is an incredibly deadly and skilled fighter.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Legate Lanius from Fallout: New Vegas.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Loved having people and Pokémon strung up on crosses to die via crucifixion.
- Dual Wielding: His two seamitars, which can hit someone so hard that it stuns them immediately.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Even he hates Napoleon for being a treacherous bastard.
- Evil Cripple: Becomes this after getting paralyzed below the neck.
- Evil Is Deathly Cold: Knows Blizzard, and could freeze over his seamitars in order to better kill Dragon types.
- Fantastic Racism: Hates humans due to considering their reliance on Pokémon to be the weakest thing of all.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has disfiguring ones from getting an Aura Sphere to the face.
- Hero Killer: Put Lake, Nadia, Musashi, Gaia, and Vanilluxe into the ICU.
- Irony: Gets finished off by Tagg's female mons, and then paralyzed below the neck by Tracer.
- Knight of Cerebus: Is generally considered one for the AU arc.
- Large and in Charge: Is at least seven feet tall at the shoulder.
- Lightning Bruiser: Is both incredibly fast and strong, as well as extremely durable. The J-Team's strategy for fighting him basically boiled down to staying as far away from him as possible while fighting, as well as slowing him down.
- Made of Iron: Managed to take multiple salvos from Tagg, Straw, Fool, Tracer, Every, and Randy's mons, as well as the Celadon Murders that assisted them during the battle.
- Malevolent Masked Mon: Wears a concealing helmet along with matching armor to hide his scars from getting Aura Sphered in the face by AU!Simo.
- One Mon Army: Can murder his way past hordes of mons.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: Thinks little of females except as breeding stock or slaves.
- Rape, Pillage, and Burn: His forces main modus operandi.
- Retired Monster: Pretty much becomes this after being paralyzed by Tracer, not really repentant for his actions, but pretty much harmless.
- Social Darwinist: In his view, the strong have the right to rule over and cull the weak.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Doesn't like Rommel for being in his eyes weak, Lelouch for being a manipulative bastard who doesn't fight fairly, and his own second Vulpes for being an underhanded bastard.
- We Have Reserves: His view on his troops.
- Would Hurt a Child: Had no problems stringing up children on crosses.
A Serperior general under Scolemis who was in charge of the Johto invasion during the AU.
- Anti-Villain: Villain In Name Only, despite actively working for an evil empire and to some extent believing in their anti-human philosophy, Rommel isn't exactly evil himself and tries to do his job in the most moral way possible.
- Apathetic Citizens: Tries to make his invasion as smooth as possible in order to invoke this by softening thoughts of resistance.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Erwin Rommel.
- Fantastic Racism: Doesn't like humans much for in his eyes making mons into slaves, who he calls "pets".
- Mean Boss: While not exactly "mean" per se, Rommel doesn't particularly like people giving their opinions without being asked and can be rather overbearing.
- Retired Badass: Retires post-AU arc to spend time with his family.
- Signature Move: Leaf Storm, which actually powers him up since he has Contrary for an ability.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Doesn't like Lanius for acting like a war criminal, and Lelouch for being a manipulative bastard, often referring to them as the "ogre" and "twerp" respectively.
- Token Good Teammate: Is the least evil of the three generals.
- Unwitting Pawn: Turns out to be one to Snowman.
- Worthy Opponent: Considers Lake to be enough of one to agree to Trial By Champion in order to decide what he should do with his forces after his defeat becomes obvious.
A Dragonite general in the service of Scolemis, who was in charge of the invasion of Hoenn during the AU.
- Achilles' Heel: His geass only works once.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Lelouch from Code Geass.
- Expendable Alternate Universe: Once the nature of the AU is revealed to him, Lelouch causes Dialga to go completely primal after geassing Cyrus in order to destroy it because he considers the AU to have less worth than the OU it replaced.
- Hypnotic Eyes: His geass, which is slightly gimped from the original by making anyone without eye protection do whatever Lelouch wants for only 24 hours as opposed to forever.
- Knight Templar Big Brother: Pretty much all the evil he does is for his younger sister's sake.
- Morality Pet: His sister Euphemia, who was unknowingly taken by Lanius as a slave when Scolemis forces invaded their lake.
- Pride: Is very arrogant.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Flees Hoenn after AU!Marmalade reveals his geass to his forces.
- Squishy Wizard: Much like his namesake, Lelouch is pretty weak physically.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Doesn't like Lanius for enslaving his sister, and Rommel for looking down on him.
The granddaughter of Bahahkun, who conspired to bring back the Dragon Empire in the PMD-B timeline by using Ammy, who she'd stolen from her parents.
The Ghost Lord
See We Are All Pokemon Trainers Conquest
Cipher Admin Tokarev
The head of Cipher's Operations Division, Cipher's footsoldiers, and one of Tagg's most hated enemies.
- An Arm and a Leg: Tagg cuts off Tokarev's right leg and hand after slashing out his eye.
- Arch-Enemy: To Tagg.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Was the Cipher Peon from Tagg's backstory.
- Combat Pragmatist: Has his men arm themselves with firearms as well as mons, and dropped flashbangs on the J-Team rather than face them with a numerical disadvantage.
- Eye Scream: Loses an eye thanks to Tagg's Aura blade in a fit of rage.
- Feathered Fiend: His Fearow Lev.
- Frontline Admin: Though he tends to hang back for the most part, Tokarev has no issue going on field missions with his men.
- Only in It for the Money: He's only loyal to Cipher for as long as he's being paid, and cares little about Shadowing mons.
- Pistol-Whipping: His favorite method for dealing with defiant individuals.
- Poirot Speak: Is hinted to be from a Russian analogue region in particular due to his language patterns.
- Smug Snake: He certainly took pleasure in taunting the J-Team when they first met, and Tagg has become his favorite target.
- Would Hit a Girl: Tokarev has pistol whipped Shadow!Crewe about twice for insubordination.
- Would Hurt a Child: Tried to kill Tagg for being a witness when he was 13.
Cipher Admin Alexiel/Allen Avadonia
Head of Cipher's Resources department and also a very capable thief. He turns out to be Hikari's assistant, Allen.
- Arch-Enemy: Herbert's.
- Bait-and-Switch Boss: Appeared to be ready to face Herbert, Crow and Tagg alongside Titan, but he instead makes an excuse to run away and leave Titan to fight alone.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Acts extremely silly, but is actually quite competent.
- Crazy-Prepared: He knew exactly what to do to keep Lyuri under his command and no matter what they tried, Crow, Duke, Herbert and Lyuri could do nothing to stop him from escaping, he succesfully knocked out Ghostus to prevent a Mean Look and bluffed about a hostage and once that plan failed against Herbert, who blocked all exits through Gamma, he simply teleported out with a Gallade's help.
- Faux Affably Evil: He's silly and keeps a very casual attitude, which only makes his sadism even more noticeable.
- Enigmatic Minion: Nothing is known about him other than his name and even then it's hard to tell if it's his real one or not. It isn't.
- It Amused Me: Why he does most of what he does.
- Karma Houdini: Manages to escape the J-Team completely unharmed during the Resources raid. His plans ultimately succeed as he got what he wanted and escaped completely unharmed.
- Kick the Dog: He absolutely loves doing this.
- Malevolent Masked Man: Wears a smiling opera mask.
- The Mole: Managed to infiltrate the PEFE as Hikari's assistant.
- Morality Pet: His sister, Alexia, and his Zoroark seem to be the only things he cares about, at least he cares enough about the latter enough to not turn it into a Shadow Pokémon. In Alexia's case, it's subverted when it's revealed that she was Lyuri and that she was blackmailed by him into working for Cipher.
- Ninja: Part of his motif, he even carries kunais with him.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: He may act silly, but he's very smart and does his job very well.
- Offscreen Teleportation: Literally pops up from the ground in front of two random peons when being talked about.
- Paranoia Fuel: Invoked. Tries to invoke this on Herbert with relative success and is indirectly responsible for Sakura's paranoia. This is also how he managed to get Lyuri completely under his control.
- Phantom Thief: The other part of his motif,
- Rule of Cool: He invokes this, preferring to make things in flashy ways instead of just doing them in a more sensible way.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Decides to run from the Resources HQ instead of trying to defend it via secret exit.
- Signature Mon: Zoroark
- Villainous Breakdown: A mild one after the warehouse incident. It doesn't take too long before he's back to causing trouble.
- Villains Out Shopping: He's often seen sleeping in his office and playing Mario Kart during a meeting.
Alexiel's sister which suddenly appeared at Cipher and started to work for him. Is actually a blackmailed Lyuri.
Cipher Admin Odin
The utterly amoral head of Cipher's R&D department. Seems to have a grudge against Lina.
Cipher Peon Aelia Morgan
A Peon working under Titan
, as well as one of Cipher's scientists. She is also a descendant of Fukurou.
- Arch-Enemy: To Crewe. Or at least, she regards Crewe as one - Crewe doesn't seem to view her as anything more than an annoyance.
- Ascended Extra: Started off as a nameless Shady Scientist in Holon before becoming a major antagonist in Orre.
- Blondes are Evil: And very sadistic.
- For the Evulz: Her having Shadow!Crewe attack Straw on his birthday basically breaks down to this.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a set of disfiguring scars running across her face, courtesy of Crewe.
- Kick the Dog: Does this almost every time she's onscreen.
- Lack of Empathy: Cares little for most other people.
- Moral Myopia: Is pissed that Deimos got killed fighting the J-Team and wants revenge, despite having taken pleasure in breaking the relationships of others long beforehand.
- Sadist: Aelia loves reveling in the pain of others.
- Only Sane Woman: Is one of the few Cipher members to realize that antagonizing the J-Team is not a good idea.
- Playing with Syringes: She was one of the scientists working on Cipher's multityping program, and will work for anyone willing to deal with her lack of ethics.
- Unholy Matrimony: With Deimos, until he died.
Cipher Commander Kyrie (Full name: Valkyrie Elaine Jacobs)
Formerly a Peon working under Verax, Kyrie was recently promoted to Commander.
- Ambiguous Disorder: She has some sort of mental illness, but it's unclear what.
- The Atoner: Not Kyrie by any stretch, but her Lilligant is a shell of her former self due to remorse for her past deeds.
- Awesome McCoolname: Her first name is Valkyrie. (Her mother had high hopes for her).
- Axe Crazy: When she gets into it.
- Batter Up: Her Weapon of Choice.
- Because I'm Good At It: Her reasoning for not leaving Cipher basically breaks down to this.
- Berserk Button: Harming her violin.
- Beware the Silly Ones: No matter her Cloudcuckoolander tendencies, the woman can get violent.
- Blondes are Evil
- Broken Bird: Her Lilligant, Ophelia.
- Captain Ersatz: Essentially, what would happen if Bad Girl was portrayed by Emilie Autumn.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Illustrated nicely when she tried to jump up and down to defy gravity.
- Cute and Psycho: She is quite attractive, and has a certain girlish quality about her. Yet it bears repeating that she is not sane.
- Dating Catwoman: Is in a relationship with Sparkers.
- Elegant Classical Musician: Subverted.
- Eyepatch of Power: Following the incident that costs her eye.
- Eye Scream: Loses an eye after Wolvie slashes it following her attempt to murder Joseph for breaking her violin.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Towards Paula for managing to catch and Shadow Mt. Battle's Heatran. Not to mention that Kyrie perceives Paula as taking Verax's attention away from his star Peon.
- Hero Killer: Kills Pi, triggering the Reboot.
- Hidden Depths: Unhinged criminal and murderer...incredible violinist. Her conversation with Sparkers indicates that she's also a bit more perceptive than you'd think at first glance.
- Mood-Swinger: Can switch from bubbly to psychotic at the drop of a hat.
- Musical Assassin
- Norse By Norsewest: Her maternal grandmother was from the Pokeworld equivalent of Norway.
- Odd Friendship: Between her and Sparkers. One is an unrepentant criminal and murderer. The other is a proponent of justice (never mind the fact that he's an Arcanine). Despite this, they have a genuine friendship.
- Perky Female Minion
- Psychopathic Manchild: Well, womanchild, and it's zig-zagged somewhat. Kyrie can switch from childlike insults to a Cluster F-Bomb at the drop of a hat.
- Sadist: Somewhat different from other Cipher members such as Paula, however: while Paula is terribly fond of emotional suffering, Kyrie would much rather bash people's heads in.
- Softspoken Sadist: Her Froslass, Bathory.
- Shout-Out: All of her mons are named after things.. We have Emilie the Kricketune, Jimi the Bouffalant, and Ophelia the Lilligant. Her Froslass, Bathory, is named after a famous murderess, Elizabeth Bathory. And more recently, we have Clara the Zangoose (Clara Schumann) Camille the Mismagius (Camille Saint-Saens) and Joanna the Flygon (Joanna Newsom).
- The Stoic: Emilie, her Kricketune, remains calm in almost every situation.
Cipher Commander Verax Lakirid
A Cipher Operative who works under Tokarev.
- The Ace: What he is considered, however due to him being a villain, and his line of work being killing people, it's mostly implied as the heroes prevent any sort of demonstration
- Heel-Face Turn: Has one at the end of the Orre arc.
- Sadist: Though he doesn't actually like it, he's just mostly incapable of feeling joy unless it's through others suffering.
- Signature Mon: Balthazar, his Shadow Hydreigon.
Cipher Commander Admin Paula
A Cipher operative that was originally a regular trainer with an affinity for finding things underground, until she met Diane and Skye after "catching" the former by finding her buried ball. After Skye defeated her and won back Diane, she decided to join Cipher originally for revenge, rising to the rank of Commander, before later becoming an Admin of Special Acquisitions
following her Snagging of Mt. Battle's Heatran. She is currently stuck in PMD-A thanks to Grace.
- Arch-Enemy: To Skye and Diane. Kyrie sees Paula as this, but Paula doesn't reciprocate. At first anyway.
- Baleful Polymorph: Gets teleported to a desert area of PMD-A by Grace after a failed attempt to have her Claydol Mind Rape Ryklys, where she becomes a Corphish.
- Cool Shades: Gets a star shaped visor in the make of Simon after catching and Shadowing the Heatran of Mt. Battle and becoming an Admin. Diane ends up breaking them with a punch to the face.
- Determinator: Never gives up on her goals, no matter how reprehensible.
- Humiliation Conga: When the J-Team raids the Special Acquisitions base, Dune and Umbra snag her Heatran and Prism the Togekiss, Diane punches her in the face, and finally Grace takes her to PMD-A to live the rest of her life as a Pokémon in an environment ill suited for her species.
- Sadist: Loves inflicting emotional pain on others.
- Sanity Slippage: Suffers this following multiple defeats by the J-Team.
- Teens Are Monsters: 18 years old and an unrepentant Cipher member.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: While she has no issue with emotional pain, Paula doesn't believe in murder. This starts to change after she suffers numerous failures at the hands of the J-Team.
- Trapped in Another World: Is currently stuck in PMD-A.
- Tunnel Queen: Was one before becoming a Cipher member.
Cipher Commander Mammor
A Cipher operative working under Tokerev. A Commander in Cipher that was passed up for a promotion due to a mistake on the part of a subordinate (though it was blamed on Mammor). Contemptuous and self serving, Mammor only desire is to be promoted to Admin.
- Crippling Overspecialization: Mammor is next to useless in combat without his whip.
- Humiliation Conga: Mammor receives one at the end of the Orre Arc. It starts with his bomb being a dud, and then it just gets worse for Mammor from there. With Sam Mean Looking the Shadow Natu; Kahliah stealing his whip; Ren snagging four of Mammor's Shadow mon; Lady and Jack wiping the floor with Mammor's mon; Devilotte and her Army of Deltas preventing an Explosion AND preventing a clean escape; Hecate and Pierre evolving and severely burning Mammor's right hand with a combo; Mini!Optimus Prime knocking Mammor down a hole in the floor Mammor created himself; and final had a No Holds Barred Beat Down by Fem!Pent, Jack, and Lady.
- Just Between You and Me: Mammor does this to Ren.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Mammor would have gotten his promotion is he hadn't started to gloat about his previous plans with Ren failed but succeeded this time, thus pressing Ren's Berserk Button and sending Ren into a Tranquil Fury state allowing Ren to escape.
- Somebody Set Up Us the Bomb: Mammor does this with an Electrode to Pent, Sam, and Tesse via Teleport during the Resources raid.
- Then he pulls it again on the same three during the R+D raid.
- Attempted twice during the finale. The first time the the bomb turned out to be a dud. The second time Mammor ordered his Shadow Golem to use Explosion, but this was stopped due to the timely arrival of a Delta Psyduck with the Damp ability.
- Whip It Good: Mammor has a glowing red energy whip as his personal weapon.
Cipher Admin Siren/Taylor
The head of Cipher's Snagging department.
Cipher Commander Iulianus/Leander Kraus
A commander in Cipher's R&D department. He could care less about Cipher's goals and is ultimately trying to find a way to stop uncontrollable, rampaging wild Pokémon, after an incident in his past that cost him his right eye. He forms a group of eight scientists to help him reach that goal.He is later revealed to be Leander Kraus, the son of a childhood friend of Zeal's mother and uncle. He is ultimately killed by Zeal's red-eyed aspect at the end of the Orre arc.
- Affably Evil: Tends to come off as polite, if somewhat distant, in casual conversation.
- Eye Scream: Lost his right eye to a rampaging wild Pokémon. It is later revealed that this was a Sneasel.
- Kick the Dog: He wholeheartedly supports Wound's powered armor's use of mons' life energy as a backup power source.
- Mad Scientist: To some extent.
- Non-Action Guy: Due to his fear of Pokémon.
- Verbal Tic: "See?"
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He merely wants to find a way to stop wild Pokémon from rampaging.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Ever since he was attacked by a wild Pokémon on a rampage, he has been terrified by Pokémon in general. He's scared of Sneasel in particular.
A group of eight scientists within Cipher formed to pursue Iulianus' goals. Midway through the Orre arc, one of the members of the group starts trying to kill the others off, one-by-one.
The group as a whole
Reaver (Matthias Rowe)
A member of the Octet. An energetic water monotyper, and a close friend of Iulianus'.
Choice (real name unknown)
A member of the Octet who rarely speaks. He is one of the traitors.
Wound (Victor Shane)
A member of the Octet and childhood friend of Iulianus'. He's a scientist who prides himself on his speed. He ends up making powered armor for some of Cipher's mons, and is killed as a result.
Effigy (real name unknown)
A generally incompetent member of the Octet. This is an act. She's the mastermind behind the murders of the other Octet members.
Traitor (Xylia Salvai)
One of the closest members of the Octet to Iulianus, and a master Ditto user.
Boatman (Jonathan Byrne)
A member of the Octet who is often forgotten.
Thief (real name unknown)
A member of the Octet, and generally a jerk. She's one of the traitors, and the one who carried out the murders of Reaver and Wound.
Prisoner (Rikke Res)
An explosion-obsessed member of the Octet. She also loves to draw, and carries a sketchbook with her at all times. She is killed by RedEyes!Zeal.
- Giggling Villain: Giggles a lot, usually after she causes an explosion.
- Having a Blast: Loves explosions. Every one of her mons knows the move Explosion.
Cipher Scientist Cid
An ex-Galactic member and scientist extraordinaire. He is a quiet, bitter old man who cares little for matters outside his lab. Given a Commander position and his own lab so as to not come into inevitable conflict with other scientists due to his terrible interpersonal skills.
- Black Box: The Feng Shui engine he created seems to enhance the Auric capabilities of the user... It might also have other side effects, especially on the user's psyche.
- For Science!: He cares little for the suffering his research entails, just so long as his experiments are fruitful.
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: His moral compass was sent askew a long time ago, and his gaunt, pale features put his reflective glasses in stark contrast.
- Karma Houdini: Despite being the mastermind behind Regina's Shadowfication, and doing experiments on countless other victims, he escapes not only with all of his research intact, but also untraceable.