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* BreakoutCharacter: She is the first and most recurring protagonist to join the player in ''Masters,'' often acting as a VoiceForTheVoiceless for them as well. This has since caused her popularity as a player character to skyrocket.

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* BreakoutCharacter: She is the first and most recurring protagonist to join the player in ''Masters,'' often acting as a VoiceForTheVoiceless for them as well. This has since caused her popularity as a player character popularity to skyrocket. skyrocket such that she has become a focus of two different story events.


* StockShonenHero: A female example in ''Masters'', despite looking like the quintessential StockShojoHeroine. She's HotBlooded, caring, loves to train and battle, and can be slow on the uptake. She sometimes even acts as TheHero herself, partially as a stand-in for the HeroicMime player character in cutscenes, but also as a major viewpoint for both the main story and story events.

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* StockShonenHero: A female example in ''Masters'', despite looking like the quintessential StockShojoHeroine.StockShoujoHeroine. She's HotBlooded, caring, loves to train and battle, and can be slow on the uptake. She sometimes even acts as TheHero herself, partially as a stand-in for the HeroicMime player character in cutscenes, but also as a major viewpoint for both the main story and story events.


* StockShonenProtagonist: A female example in ''Masters,'' despite looking like ''the'' StockShojoProtagonist. She's hotblooded, caring, loves to train and battle, and is can be slow on the uptake. She sometimes outright acts like TheHero as a stand in for the HeroicMime player character in cutscenes.

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* StockShonenProtagonist: StockShonenHero: A female example in ''Masters,'' ''Masters'', despite looking like ''the'' StockShojoProtagonist. the quintessential StockShojoHeroine. She's hotblooded, HotBlooded, caring, loves to train and battle, and is can be slow on the uptake. She sometimes outright even acts like as TheHero herself, partially as a stand in stand-in for the HeroicMime player character in cutscenes.cutscenes, but also as a major viewpoint for both the main story and story events.


* BreakOutCharacter: She's the first and most recurring protagnist to join the player in ''Masters,'' often acting as a VoiceForTheVoiceless to them as well.

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* BreakOutCharacter: She's BreakoutCharacter: She is the first and most recurring protagnist protagonist to join the player in ''Masters,'' often acting as a VoiceForTheVoiceless to for them as well.well. This has since caused her popularity as a player character to skyrocket.


* HairDecorations: Has yellow bands in her hair.

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* PaleFemalesDarkMales: Not literally, but invoked by their theme naming. Hilbert (Black), Nate (Black 2), and Cheren all go with Black. Hilda (White), Rosa (White 2), and Bianca are all associated with White. Hugh adds some color by being a pun on hue, as the odd man out with no distaff counterpart.


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His version name is Black, as indicated by ''Adventures'' and his promo name Blair.


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Her version name is White, as indicated by ''Adventures'' and her promo name Whitlea.

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* BreakOutCharacter: She's the first and most recurring protagnist to join the player in ''Masters,'' often acting as a VoiceForTheVoiceless to them as well.


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* StockShonenProtagonist: A female example in ''Masters,'' despite looking like ''the'' StockShojoProtagonist. She's hotblooded, caring, loves to train and battle, and is can be slow on the uptake. She sometimes outright acts like TheHero as a stand in for the HeroicMime player character in cutscenes.


* NiceHat: Now with a [[HairDecs ribbon on the side]].

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* NiceHat: Now with a [[HairDecs ribbon on the side]].side.


[-'''Pokémon Family Species:''' [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIFamilies Gen I]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationIBulbasaurToParasect Bulbasaur To Parasect]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVenonatToCloyster Venonat To Cloyster]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGastlyToMiltank Gastly To Miltank]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIMagikarpToMew Magikarp To Mew]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIFamilies Gen II]] | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIIFamilies Gen III]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIITreeckoToSharpedo Treecko To Sharpedo]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIIWailmerToDeoxys Wailmer To Deoxys]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVFamilies Gen IV]] | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVFamilies Gen V]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVVictiniToZoroark Victini To Zoroark]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVMinccinoToGenesect Minccino To Genesect]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIFamilies Gen VI]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIChespinToHawlucha Chespin To Hawlucha]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIDedenneToVolcanion Dedenne To Volcanion]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIFamilies Gen VII]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIRowletToComfey Rowlet To Comfey]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIOranguruToMelmetal Oranguru To Melmetal]] / [[Characters/PokemonUltraBeasts Ultra Beasts]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIIFamilies Gen VIII]] | [[Characters/PokemonGlitches Glitches]]\\
'''Pokémon Human Characters:''' [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivals Protagonists And Rivals]] ([[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsKanto Kanto]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsJohto Johto]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsHoenn Hoenn]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsSinnoh Sinnoh]] / '''Unova''' / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsKalos Kalos]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsAlola Alola]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsGalar Galar]]) | [[Characters/PokemonProfessors Professors]] | [[Characters/PokemonGymLeaders Gym Leaders]] ([[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersKanto Kanto]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersJohto Johto]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersHoenn Hoenn]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersSinnoh Sinnoh]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersUnova Unova]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersKalos Kalos]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersGalar Galar]]) | [[Characters/PokemonTrialCaptainsAndKahunas Trial Captains and Kahunas]] | [[Characters/PokemonEliteFour Elite Four]] | [[Characters/PokemonChampions Champions]]\\

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[-'''Pokémon Family Species:''' [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIFamilies Gen I]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationIBulbasaurToParasect Bulbasaur To to Parasect]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVenonatToCloyster Venonat To to Cloyster]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGastlyToMiltank Gastly To to Miltank]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIMagikarpToMew Magikarp To to Mew]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIFamilies Gen II]] | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIIFamilies Gen III]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIITreeckoToSharpedo Treecko To to Sharpedo]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIIIWailmerToDeoxys Wailmer To to Deoxys]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVFamilies Gen IV]] | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVFamilies Gen V]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVVictiniToZoroark Victini To to Zoroark]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVMinccinoToGenesect Minccino To to Genesect]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIFamilies Gen VI]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIChespinToHawlucha Chespin To to Hawlucha]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIDedenneToVolcanion Dedenne To to Volcanion]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIFamilies Gen VII]] ([[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIRowletToComfey Rowlet To to Comfey]] / [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIOranguruToMelmetal Oranguru To to Melmetal]] / [[Characters/PokemonUltraBeasts Ultra Beasts]]) | [[Characters/PokemonGenerationVIIIFamilies Gen VIII]] | [[Characters/PokemonGlitches Glitches]]\\
'''Pokémon Human Characters:''' [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivals Protagonists And and Rivals]] ([[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsKanto Kanto]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsJohto Johto]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsHoenn Hoenn]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsSinnoh Sinnoh]] / '''Unova''' / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsKalos Kalos]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsAlola Alola]] / [[Characters/PokemonProtagonistsAndRivalsGalar Galar]]) | [[Characters/PokemonProfessors Professors]] | [[Characters/PokemonGymLeaders Gym Leaders]] ([[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersKanto Kanto]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersJohto Johto]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersHoenn Hoenn]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersSinnoh Sinnoh]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersUnova Unova]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersKalos Kalos]] / [[Characters/PokemonGymLeadersGalar Galar]]) | [[Characters/PokemonTrialCaptainsAndKahunas Trial Captains and Kahunas]] | [[Characters/PokemonEliteFour Elite Four]] | [[Characters/PokemonChampions Champions]]\\



* WhatTheHellHero: Calls out Clay for blindly trusting Rood and his followers. However, he in turns gets this from Clay, who points out that you need to learn to respect other people's differing perspectives instead of blindly condemning them - especially when they're [[TheAtoner trying to redeem themselves for their past misdeeds.]]
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* WhatTheHellHero: Calls out Clay for blindly trusting Rood and his followers. However, he in turns gets this from Clay, who points out that you need to learn to respect other people's differing perspectives instead of blindly condemning them - -- especially when they're [[TheAtoner trying to redeem themselves for their past misdeeds.]]
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* BrooklynRage: Has shades of this. She lives in Nuvema Town which is an {{Expy}} of parts of Brooklyn, although she's more a badass than violent.

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* BrooklynRage: Has shades of this. She lives in Nuvema Town which is an {{Expy}} of parts of Brooklyn, although she's more a badass than violent. ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'' depicts her as highly competitive and impulsive, but she doesn't get hotheaded towards other people often.


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* InformedAbility: PlayedForLaughs in ''Masters''. Hilda claims that she can be intimidating with her "game face" on, and demonstrates this for the player, but even when trying to look serious she's still cute as a button.


* TheLadette: While this was a popular fan interpretation of her personality for years based on her design, ''Pokémon Masters'' depicts her as this, as she's more headstrong, competitive and (allegedly) intimidating than many of the other female Trainers (but is still very kind), and has a stronger voice to match with slightly boyish inflection.

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* TheLadette: While this was a popular fan interpretation of her personality for years based on her design, ''Pokémon Masters'' depicts her as this, as she's more headstrong, competitive and (allegedly) intimidating than many of the other female Trainers (but is still very kind), and has a stronger voice to match with slightly boyish inflection. This is reflected in her choice of partner, with the adorable Tepig evolving into the brutish, macho Emboar.



* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: At least, her design seems to suggest so. She wears more outdoorsy clothes like shorts, hiking boots, a black vest and baseball cap, but many of her clothes and accessories have a bit of pink on them.

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* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: At least, her design seems to suggest so. She wears more outdoorsy clothes like shorts, hiking boots, a black vest and baseball cap, but many of her clothes and accessories have a bit of pink on them. In ''Masters'', she has a headstrong and competitive personality, but has moments of typical girlishness.

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* TheLadette: While this was a popular fan interpretation of her personality for years based on her design, ''Pokémon Masters'' depicts her as this, as she's more headstrong, competitive and (allegedly) intimidating than many of the other female Trainers (but is still very kind), and has a stronger voice to match with slightly boyish inflection.


** Hilbert and Hilda are fully voiced with dialogue and personalities in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters''.



* SignatureMon: Tepig. In the manga she has one ([[spoiler:though it later ditches her and she gets the Snivy line instead]]), a [[http://www.moetron.com/post/153023496588/rosa-w-snivy-hilda-w-tepig-artfx-j-figures figurine]] pairs her with a Tepig, and it serves as her partner in ''Masters''. Unlike Hilbert and N, she's barely been seen with one of the Tao dragons in media outside the games,[[note]]mostly by virtue of barely appearing in the first place, with the dragons reserved for the Hilbert-N rivalry[[/note]] though out of the two, she seems to favor Reshiram as it was featured on her official sprite sticker sheet while Hilbert got Zekrom.

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* SignatureMon: Snivy and Tepig. In the manga she has one both, ([[spoiler:though it Tepig later ditches her and she gets the Snivy line instead]]), a later instead]]). A [[http://www.moetron.com/post/153023496588/rosa-w-snivy-hilda-w-tepig-artfx-j-figures figurine]] pairs her with a Tepig, and it serves as her partner in ''Masters''. ''Masters'', while a Pokémon Center merchandise line from 2016 instead pairs her with Snivy.[[note]]It's worth noting that Tepig may have been given to her in ''Masters'' to avoid redundancy with Rosa's Snivy, as Rosa is a main character in the game and Tepig is also the clear-cut SignatureMon of Rosa's male counterpart Nate.[[/note]] Unlike Hilbert and N, she's barely been seen with one of the Tao dragons in media outside the games,[[note]]mostly by virtue of barely appearing in the first place, with the dragons reserved for the Hilbert-N rivalry[[/note]] though out of the two, she seems to favor Reshiram as it was featured on her official sprite sticker sheet while Hilbert got Zekrom.


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* VocalDissonance: Courtesy of Creator/EricaMendez, Hilda's voice in ''Masters'' makes her sound around 17 or 18. {{Downplayed|trope}}, as unlike most other ''Pokémon'' protagonists, she ''is'' a teenager in the first place.
* YourSizeMayVary: In ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'', Hilda's counterpart White is taller than Rosa's counterpart Whitley. In ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'', Hilda is almost comically shorter than Rosa.

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* TomboyishPonytail: A part of her design that stands out, her ponytail together with her outfit gives her a more tomboyish vibe than previous and subsequent heroines.


* SignatureMon: In the manga adaptations he has been seen with all three of the Unova starters, but Tepig stands out the most, being his starter in three different series. That being said, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'' his partner Pokémon is Oshawott. Likewise, he's been depicted with both of the main Tao dragons in different media; for example, his ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' counterpart uses Reshiram, while he uses Zekrom in ''Anime/PokemonGenerations.

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* SignatureMon: In the manga adaptations he has been seen with all three of the Unova starters, but Tepig stands out the most, being his starter in three different series. That being said, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'' his partner Pokémon is Oshawott. Likewise, he's been depicted with both of the main Tao dragons in different media; for example, his ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' counterpart uses Reshiram, while he uses Zekrom in ''Anime/PokemonGenerations.''Anime/PokemonGenerations''.

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