In this long-running Pokémon fan fiction, there are Loads and Loads of Characters.
Cindy the Cyndaquil/Quilava/Typhlosion
The hot-tempered protagonist. While it is true that she tends to be narrow-minded and aggressive, she also has a clear conscience and deeply cares for her friends and family. Being abused at a young age has soured her outlook on life, but there are times when her friends' optimism rubs off on her.
- Berserk Button: Do NOT talk about her scar or mention she actually has a bad temper.
- Big Sister Instinct: She can be very protective of the younger Pokémon including her actual brother, Quinn.
- Bratty Half-Pint: As a Cyndaquil. She grew out of it.
- Break the Cutie: She was such a happy little Cyndaquil. Then she met Anonimo...
- Broken Bird: She's been abused and abandoned by her former trainer, and as a result, ended up embittered with life. Her fiery temper is really a cover for insecurity.
- Denied Food as Punishment: As a baby Cyndaquil under Anonimo, this was the case whenever she lost a battle or "misbehaved." Unfortunately, she was on the receiving end of a string of Curb-Stomp Battles, which resulted in long periods without food, and getting weaker as time went on. Didn't help that she was frequently kicked and forced into harsh training.
- Disappeared Dad: We saw him only once during the entire story, when he sets her up to be captured by a (hopefully) benevolent human, because he cannot take care of her. Who is he? Entei.
- Disney Death: Just about dies when a powerful punch to the chest puts her in cardiac arrest.
- Good Is Not Soft: Cindy has actually expressed desire to kill anyone who crosses her one too many times.
- Grumpy Bear: Not always, but she's grumpier compared to other characters.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: She does mellow as she grows older, though.
- Happily Married: In a Pokémon sense, to Ty.
- Heel Realization: Realizes she was a complete jerk to Alyssa when the latter finally calls her out on her behavior after the Cyndaquil tried to kill her and nearly killed a Squirtle that tried to stop her.
- Heroic BSoD: Falls into them when she realizes she's gone too far, as well as specific cases such as:
- When Anonimo abandoned her.
- When the Quiltuplets left.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: She's prone to this, though what insults she gives herself may vary. Sometimes, she views herself as weak; other times, she views herself as a monster. The former is due to severe abuse that she experienced as a baby, and the latter is due to those moments of losing her temper and nearly killing someone.
- Incendiary Exponent: Just look at what Pokémon she is and take a wild guess.
- Kill It with Fire: Cindy's default method of dealing with major threats.
- Knight in Sour Armor: Her earliest memories involve a certain scumbag that hurt her enough to lower her outlook on life and become a hotheaded jerk. Despite this, she does have a conscience.
- Missing Mom: For the majority of her time as a Cyndaquil and Quilava, this was the case. Nowadays, after a little prison episode thanks to Anonimo, Cindy is kept in contact with her mother, Jenna.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: What happens when you push her too far...
- One-Man Army: Yeah, being a Semi-Legendary gives her an unfair advantage...
- Person of Mass Destruction: One word of advice... DON'T TICK HER OFF.
- Physical Scars, Psychological Scars: Has a scar on her right arm that also serves as an unpleasant reminder of a certain someone.
- Shoulder Teammate: As a Cyndaquil—after she and Alyssa are comfortable with each other—she rode Alyssa's shoulder whenever they traveled. Once she evolves into Quilava, however, she's too heavy for Alyssa's shoulder, so she has to walk.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Feisty and impulsive to Quinn's more calm and sensible nature.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She falls in love with Ty for his sweet and quiet nature.
- Sour Outside, Sad Inside: Her temper is just a cover for her low self-esteem from being abused.
- Technicolor Fire: Her fire turns blue when she's angry enough.
- Took a Level in Badass: In chapter eight, she snaps from a weak emotional wreck suffering a Heroic BSoD to a One Cyndaquil Army capable of burning down a city.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After the whole Anonimo thing, she was a Jerkass Woobie who constantly abused her trainer, Alyssa, and had no qualms in hurting Pokémon who defend humans; even after getting over her dislike of humans, she's still a Bratty Half-Pint. She goes through major Character Development throughout the story, growing nicer and nicer, until she's basically described as 'cranky' instead of a 'jerk.'
- Trademark Favorite Food: Waffles
- "Uh-Oh" Eyes: When her eyes turn blue with a red pupil, run.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Don't mess with anyone that Cindy has a romantic interest in. Chances are that you'll become barbecue.
- Weasel Mascot: Out of universe, she's come to represent CrazyNutBob's deviantArt account, due to being quite popular with her watchers, whether or not they read the story.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Oh, man... this has been repeatedly happening to her since she was born. If she has a period of happiness, expect it to be interrupted by one of the villains in just about the cruelest way possible.
- You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry!: Cindy has her "amusing" short temper, but on the less-amusing side, she has Blue Fire Frenzy.
Cindy's sweet and naïve trainer. She is a very optimistic person, but is also pretty stubborn. She retains a firm grip on not only the hot-headed protagonist, but her other Pokémon as well. She tends to be a very odd mixture of mature and childish.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: Her introductory scene has her gushing to her sister over the possibility of getting a Cyndaquil, despite a fire that New Bark suffered the previous month. When she goes to the lab, she does get a Cyndaquil... one that happens to have anger issues and a dislike of trainers and was the one who caused the New Bark fire in the first place. Naturally, Pokémon-to-trainer abuse happens, at least until Alyssa puts her foot down.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Alyssa is not fun when she's mad...
- Break the Cutie: Although she brought it upon herself by taking Cindy in the first place, it's still harrowing to see a ten-year-old girl being abused by her own Pokémon. Eventually she snaps and gives Cindy a severe tongue-lashing. She does get better, though.
- Break the Haughty: She seems so confident in her first appearance. Cindy doesn't hesitate to bring her down a peg.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: A mild version. She goes off into her own little world sometimes.
- Cool Big Sis: A literal case for her sisters Allison and Alexis.
- Cooldown Hug: Well, more often a cooldown shout towards Cindy when she is in Blue Fire Frenzy.
- Fluffy Tamer: As a Pokémon trainer... yeah.
- Full-Name Ultimatum: Early chapters had Alyssa refer to Cindy as "Cyndaquil" when the trainer was mad at her. This is not the case after Cindy evolves, however.
- Grew a Spine: After rescuing a Squirtle from an angry Cindy, she finally lays down the law and starts scolding Cindy rather harshly. She's the first person to snap Cindy out of Blue Fire Frenzy when this happens.
- Innocently Insensitive: You could argue that Alyssa was this regarding Cindy in early chapters; luckily, she grows out of it after learning about the root of Cindy's problems. While she couldn't tackle that problem, she does calm down and puts in an effort to be more sensitive.
- Kid Hero: For the first 90 chapters, or something like that. She's eighteen when Cindy evolves into Typhlosion.
- Made of Iron: How else did she survive handling an anti-human, emotionally unstable Cyndaquil on her own for a couple of weeks?
- Name's the Same: Hilariously, she has a doppelganger with the same name as her who happens to be a Gym Leader.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Maybe if you hadn't followed your distressed Cyndaquil, she wouldn't have tried to kill you, Alyssa!
- She's one of those responsible for accidentally allowing Malonix to be able to come from their dimension into the Pokémon world (one at a time, though), setting up events that will lead to a final battle with the demons and their leader, the King Malonix.
- Parental Substitute: To a very reluctant (at first) Cindy, and then later to a newly-hatched Charlie. The latter sums it up by blurting out, "YOU'RE MY MOMMY!"
- "Reason You Suck" Speech: Alyssa can be mean when you push her too far, if her speeches are anything to go by.
- Self-Insert: Yep, that's the author right there. Consider it odd how she writes herself being tormented by a Cyndaquil in early chapters, or perhaps that one time where she got bitten by a Malonix (don't worry, she got better).
- Stepford Smiler: During the first couple of weeks that she owned Cindy, she just bore the Pokémon's abuse and tried to remain cheerful. She snapped when Cindy tried to kill her and a Squirtle (who she saved by capturing).
- Unfazed Everyman: Too much weird stuff happens for her to be all too surprised anymore.
Cinnamon the Kittiember/Scorchcat/Firequeen
Cindy's best friend and pretty much polar opposite, this pretty kitty is surprisingly cheerful and friendly. But don't think that she can't tear you up if she wanted to.
She's also a Fakemon.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She has revealed that she has gone Blue Fire Frenzy once, meaning that it is possible to push her too far.
- Catchphrase: It's usually something about Spray n' Scape...
- Cat Stereotype: Played with. She avoids the Cats Are Snarkers and Cats Are Mean stereotypes, but she does display cat behavior.
- Cats Hate Water: She's not only a cat, but a Fire Type as well.
- Establishing Character Moment: Frightens an awakening Alyssa by staring at her, and playfully pounces on a grumpy Cindy.
- Meaningful Name: Her fur is cinnamon-colored, hence her name.
- Parental Abandonment: Her mother had been killed by Team Vortex grunts, and her father is a Legendary.
- Shoulder Teammate: Hangs out on Chelsea's shoulder during travel as a Kittiember; after evolving into Scorchcat, she stops.
- Wreathed in Flames: When she's in battle mode.
Alyssa's cousin and Cinnamon's trainer, she's the oldest and most mature member of the group. However, she is also silly and fun-loving, and she gets along with her cousins very well.
- Cool Big Sis: In more of a metaphorical sense (she's older than Alyssa).
- Meganekko: She gets glasses later in the story.
Alyssa's younger sister, she tends to be more direct when talking about a subject and is rather tenacious. Even though she's well versed in sarcasm, she's an agreeable girl most of the time.
- Cuteness Proximity: She hopes her starter is cute, like Cindy and Cinnamon were. She ends up with Hailey, who was absolutely adorable.
- Heroes Love Dogs: Fell in love with Whirlpup and chose it for her starter (and named her Hailey).
- Meganekko: When she starts her journey, she is wearing glasses.
- Unfazed Everyman: Given that she has a crazy Celebi in her possession...
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She has a fear of Spinarak.
Hailey the Whirlpup/Collisoak/Howliquid
Allison's starter Pokémon, she is a friendly and loyal dog with a knack for sarcasm. She's the only one of the main Pokémon who doesn't give in to some form of craziness, and is constantly questioning the weirdness around her.
She is also a Fakemon.
- Badass Normal: Compared to the Semi-Legendaries and Celebi, she's pretty much this.
- Characterization Marches On: Wasn't always so snarky; in fact, she was just a hyperactive dog when she first appeared.
- Dog Stereotype: Played with. While she is given the Deadpan Snarker trait (which is a archetype used for cats), she does display behavior typical of dogs, such as sniffing and licking her trainer.
- Her first stage, Whirlpup, is based on a beagle, which are stereotyped as Friend to All Children; sure enough, she likes most humans.
- Her second stage, Collisoak, is based on a Border Collie, which is the smartest breed. Hailey has averted Dogs Are Dumb after her Obfuscating Stupidity moment in her introduction, and has consistently been a smart character.
- Her final stage, Howliquid, is based on a wolf.
- Dogs Are Dumb: Subverted. She's actually pretty smart; she was just excited to begin her journey with Allison.
- Happily Adopted: She adores her trainer.
- An Ice Pokémon: She's a dual-type as a Howliquid.
- The Nose Knows: She is often used for tracking, due to being a dog.
- Noble Wolf: As a Howliquid; friendly and loyal.
- Only Sane Man: For some reason, she's immune to the type of craziness that inflicts the others so often.
The one and only hallmark of insanity of the entire story, this Legendary (referred to as a female), seems to be messing with everyone's heads. She has a case of wanderlust, and is quite lazy at times, but she still can kick butt if needed.
- Berserk Button: Apparently, lack of foreshadowing.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: All the more reason to be scared of her.
- Catchphrase: "I'm a Legendary. Deal with it."
- Characterization Marches On: Originally, Celebi was just a generic Legendary character created to help out the main group (and also to appease the author's sister). However, as the story went on, she gradually transformed into a Deadpan Snarker with a good dose of Reed Richards Is Useless (probably to keep the others from relying on her all the time). May be justified, since her first appearance involved her hatching from an egg, obviously with a clean slate for the personality department.
- Green Thumb: Check the scene where she grows a tree, possesses it, and uses it to beat up a Steelix.
- Parental Abandonment: Allison found a Celebi egg in her backyard...
- Reed Richards Is Useless: That said, she is pretty lazy.
- Shipper on Deck: She is the ultimate shipper. She ships it, it happens. Makes sense, since she's a time traveler.
- Time Travel: A natural power of Celebi's. She mostly does it for fun. Any time it's used seriously, she doesn't do much to help the situation.
The younger sister of both Alyssa and Allison, she is a bit of an oddball, and kind of sassy, but she still manages to be a lovable little dork.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: She tends to clash with Allison.
Trina the Phanpy/Donphan
Alexis' first Pokémon and a gift from Alyssa, Trina is a consistently dimwitted character, and spouting non-sequiturs any chance she gets. However, her super strength makes her a valuable member of the team.
- Beware the Silly Ones: She may be a moron, but she can throw you miles away.
- The Big Guy: "Big" in the sense that she's the strongest (most other characters eventually grow bigger than her).
- Circus Brat: Was born in the circus. However, due to heavily implied abuse, she ran away. She would have been recaptured had she not run into Alyssa, Cindy, and Eve.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Trina's a Ground Type.
Ty (aka Ash's Cyndaquil/Quilava as a Typhlosion)
One of the calmer characters, he's one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. However, he's also a firm fellow, and is quite fiery when riled up. He also has a terrifying dark side given to him by a Malonix.
- Amazon Chaser: Has a romantic interest in Cindy.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Yeah, it's best that you stay on his easygoing good side. And not meet him under a Blood Moon.
- Cooldown Hug: He has stopped Cindy's Blue Fire Frenzy once.
- The Corruption: He got bitten by a Malonix.
- Happily Married: In a Pokémon sense to Cindy.
- Heroic BSoD: After he nearly kills his family as his Malonixed self.
- Love at First Sight: As a Cyndaquil, he is completely stunned by the sight of his opponent being a female Cyndaquil.
- Missing Mom: He mentions his mother a couple of times.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Turns out killing the Malonix that bit him only ensured that Ty's dark side stayed alive, which is brought out during a Blood Moon. Cindy is understandably upset with him.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Except for the humans, who just call him by his species name.
- OOC Is Serious Business: When he's downright mean and bloodthirsty for no apparent reason, you know something's wrong. It's a sign that Malo!Ty is taking over.
- Purple Is Powerful: Yeah... when he emits purple fire, he could go toe-to-toe with BFF Cindy.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Malo!Ty, who comes out during a Blood Moon, is terrifyingly powerful(on par with a Semi-Legendary!), bloodthirsty, and a bit of a ham..
- Took a Level in Badass: Does this offscreen, except for his being bitten by a Malonix.
A Pokemon of Allison's and Cindy's half-brother, he's a fairly intelligent, but sometimes veers into goofiness. He's more sensible than his sister, and much calmer, although he's not exempt from a fiery temper...
- Beware the Nice Ones: Seeing him angry is all the proof one needs to see he's related to Cindy.
- Deadpan Snarker: Not as much as Allison, Hailey, or Celebi, but still so.
- Disappeared Dad: What's frustrating is that Quinn's mother won't reveal just who this guy is!
- Disney Death: Is nearly electrocuted to death.
- Interspecies Romance: With Jamie the Marsiblaze.
- Reed Richards Is Useless: Not to the extent of Celebi, but...
- She Is Not My Girlfriend: Has constantly denied any romantic interest in his friend Jamie. Until chapter 137.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Calm and sensible to Cindy's feisty and impulsive.
Cindy and Ty's offspring, this band of five consists of four boys and one girl, and one of the boys is a shiny. In birth order, they are: Joseph (Joey), William (Willie), Blaze, Amber, and Copper.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: Implied with Joey and Emma the Electriroo.
- Beware the Nice Ones: It's hinted that Copper, as nice as he is, has a more aggressive bloodthirsty side...
- Blaze is downright scary when angered.
- Amber doesn't need her powers to kick your butt.
- And Willie... just don't give him sugar.
- Big Brother Instinct: There is no way that Joey will let anyone harm his younger siblings. He'd lay his life on the line for them.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Joey at first, but he grew out of it.
- Break the Cutie: Seeing Dad as a sadistic evil demon Pokémon and Mom in Blue Fire Frenzy really frightened them. Amber got it the worst...
- Poor Blaze. He's been used and manipulated by his girlfriend to unleash Blue Fire Frenzy.
- Bullet Catch: Willie has learned how to catch a Bullet Seed and throw it back.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: Willie, who eventually gains Super Speed through implied Training from Hell.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Blaze is called 'Sir Cuddly Boo' by his trainer.
- Establishing Character Moment: They were introduced as follows:
- Joey asks questions. With attitude.
- Willie addresses his parents and brother politely.
- Blaze hatches with a large grin on his face, high fives his brothers, and does a cannonball into a box.
- Amber cheerfully greets her brothers, and dons a scarf because it's "lonely." She even plays with the loose end.
- And finally, Copper hides under a mattress.
- Expy: Amber's personality is based on Rapunzel's.
- Five-Man Band
- The LeaderJoey
- The LancerCopper/Willie
- The Smart GuyWillie
- The Big GuyBlaze/Copper
- The ChickAmber
- Foil: Bold Joey to timid Copper, and dirt-loving Blaze to squeaky clean Willie.
- G-Rated Drug: Sugar makes Willie go insane.
- Heroic BSoD: Amber, after learning of Sombra's Superpowered Evil Side, nearly getting killed, and harshly condemning him for it.
- Blaze, after his first Blue Fire Frenzy.
- Improbable Weapon User: Amber has a variety of uses for her scarf.
- Massive Numbered Siblings: These five, and both sets of twins, Pelee and Dynamite, and Keegan and Smoky.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Congratulations, Copper, your girlfriend now has the Malonix virus because you killed its former host.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Amber's the most outgoing of the bunch.
- Scarf of Asskicking: Amber wears one. She used it to hogtie Sombra (and according to dialogue, her brothers).
- She also used it as a whip to shatter glass! That's some scarf.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Copper and Joey.
- Blaze and Willie flip-flop this trope...
- Shout-Out: Willie's sugar problem? It's a shout out to Mac from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: We have bold Joey and timid Copper, and clean-loving Willie and dirt-loving Blaze. It's uncertain just where their sister Amber is thrown in...
- Slobs Versus Snobs: This was the relationship of Willie (the snob) and Blaze (the slob) at first. Of course, Willie is shown to be a bit of a tease, quite confident in his speed and battle ability, and gets down and dirty while in sugar rush mode, while Blaze is a mechanical genius, competes in Pokémon Contests, and hangs out with girls (most of them girly) a lot of the time. Needless to say, they don't fit the mold perfectly, and they are both really nice characters.
- Super Speed: Willie. His speed is described as making him invisible. His brother Copper wonders what kind of training that Hans puts Willie through.
- Super Strength: Copper, who effortlessly lifted two large trees and casually tossed one to Trina.
- They all have it to some degree, but clearly Copper's the strongest of them.
- Technicolor Fire: Since Cindy is their mother, makes sense that they'd inherit Blue Fire Frenzy...
- Whip It Good: Amber's default method of wielding her scarf.
A science experiment gone wrong, this fellow emanates attitude like no one, and he tends to be a little creepy. He does have angst and temper issues, and deals with a Superpowered Evil Side.
- Cute Is Evil: Sombra as a Cyndaquil. As a Quilava, too, at least until his HeelFace Turn.
- Dark Is Evil / Dark Is Not Evil: Interesting case with Sombra: He starts off as a One-dimensional Enfante Terrible that appeared to be determined to wipe out life on the planet; however, once he meets Amber, his character becomes much more dynamic, and he feels regret for what he's done.
- Heel Realization: Sombra realizes how ignorant and cruel he was when he was commiting mass murder For the Evulz, thanks to Amber ranting over a comment of his after realizing it wasn't a joke.
- Heroic BSoD: Goes through one after being found out about his Malonix half.
- Karma Houdini: He got off a little too easy for mass serial killings.
- Love Redeems: He has romantic interest in Amber.
- Meaningful Name: His name means 'shadow' in Spanish, his fur's dark gray and black, and he's considered a Shadow Archetype for quite a few characters.
- Parental Abandonment: It's revealed during a dream that as an egg, he was stolen from his mother and her trainer. His normal Cyndaquil self (still in the egg) freaked out when he couldn't feel his mother's heartbeat and warmth, and begged to be returned to her when he realized he was about to be experimented on. It's never revealed who his father is.
- Pokémon of Mass Destruction
- Purple Is Powerful: His fire is purple.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes glowing red is not a good sign...
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Has to deal with Amber.
- Shadow Archetype: Sombra is this to Cindy. Both are Jerks With Hearts of Gold, surrounded by crazy people that annoy them, have feelings for a sweetheart, and are even the same species. What marks them as different is that Cindy started her life receiving pain, and Sombra started his giving others pain. Cindy caused destruction when blinded by rage, while Sombra did the same, only completely for the fun of it. Both received Character Development, but it's been shown that she does not like him.
- Ty is this to Sombra as well, mostly on the fact that both contain dark sides that are Malonix-related. They've hurt loved one, lost control... only difference is that Ty's comes out during a red moon, and Sombra's could come out anytime. They're basically opposite personalities, but have the same problem.
- Can we just agree that Sombra was basically created as such? Considering that he has black-and-gray fur and his name means "shadow" in Spanish, this was most likely intentional.
- Start of Darkness: Stolen from his mother as an egg and subjected to an experiment where Malonix DNA is infused with his own. It worked a little too well.
- Superpowered Evil Side: While normally Sombra could be described as a snarky Jerk with a Heart of Gold, his dark side treats any No-Holds-Barred Beatdown as a game, is a lunatic, and even refers to Joey as "Joseph."
A fairly reluctant Pokémon, she no doubt has a sense of nobleness. Being Cindy and Quinn's mother has given her an 'oh well' attitude, despite her troubled past. She's been aging throughout the series, but you still shouldn't underestimate her.
- Break the Cutie: Her backstory reveals she was crushed when her trainer died, and Patch's flashback shows her breaking down when she realized where Kim's parents' arguments were headed.
- Cool Big Sis: To Snap (young Patch).
- Cool Old Lady: Is one of the oldest Pokémon in the series.
- Heroic BSoD: Goes through a long one.
- Like Brother and Sister: Has had this relationship with a young Patch (who was 'Snap' at the time).
- Luke, You Are My Father: Doesn't recognize Cindy, her own daughter, at first, up until Cindy ends up calling her 'Mom'.
- Parental Abandonment: Was found as an abandoned egg by Kim and Anonimo. Naturally, when little Cyndaquil!Jenna hatched, Kim became her Parental Substitute.
- Survivor Guilt: Has expressed remorse for leaving when Snap was dealing with an increasingly abusive Anonimo.
Pelee and Dynamite
The twin brother and sister of the Quiltuplets. They tend to be always fiery, and they're either at war with each other, or committing naughty acts when they get along.
- Break the Haughty: Dynamite, after doing a back-to-back MaloFire/Blue Fire Frenzy, and realizing he killed his trainer with the former. He's in tears the scene after this is revealed.
- Cute Is Evil: They're not evil, per se, just a couple of little jerks.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: These two are the foolish siblings to their more responsible older siblings; Pelee's especially foolish to her sister Amber's responsible. However, when it comes to just these two, it's shown that Dynamite's becoming more responsible, despite being the younger of the two.
- From the Mouths of Babes: They say things they really shouldn't...
- Hearing Voices: Dynamite keeps hearing laughing, and it freaks him out.
- Trickster Twins: If they're not fighting, they're this.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: It really angers Alyssa...
Keegan and Smoky
Younger brothers of the Quiltuplets and Pelee and Dynamite.
- Blind Mistake: It's mentioned that Smoky wandered into a Muk when taking a tour with his father. We're not given the details of what exactly happened.
- Disability Immunity: Celebi points out that because Smoky's blind, he cannot activate his Malonix virus, which is activated by looking at a red moon or a Malonix's eyes.
- Disabled Means Helpless: Smoky complains about others hovering over him just because he's blind.
- Disabled Snarker: Smoky is showing shades of this.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Keegan is the foolish, being a hyperactive Motor Mouth, while the more reserved Disabled Snarker Smoky is the responsible one.
- Grumpy Bear: Smoky, in his first appearance. He did not take well to his brother's chatter.
- Keet: Keegan. His Establishing Character Moment has him running around the premises laughing!
- Motor Mouth: Keegan.
- Noodle Incident: Keegan caused chaos at the Pokémon center that somehow got Nurse Joy wet, made Chansey swallow soap, and cause a Rattata invasion at the Pokémon Center. And then there was Smoky's encounter with a Muk...
- Perpetual Frowner: Smoky.
- Playing with Fire
- Polar Opposite Twins: Hyperactive and talkative Keegan and the calmer and more serious Smoky.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Keegan's the Red, and Smoky's the Blue.
- Super Speed: Keegan. That kid doesn't know how to slow down!
- When He Smiles: Smoky ends up smiling in his sleep after getting to know his father. It's stated that he hadn't done so all week, and Alyssa figures that he quite likes his father. She also says it's cute.
Daughter of a Gym Leader's deceased Pokemon, she has been expected to live up to her mother's legacy. However, she has an unexpected setback: she is completely unable to use Fire Attacks. Despite this, she retains a sweet deposition, though she's not immune to doubt.
Sammy the Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise
The first Pokémon that Alyssa has caught, he tends to be a much calmer Pokémon than his teammate, Cindy. However, he also has a bit of an unlucky streak...
- Cowardly Lion: Willingly steps in when Cindy's trying to kill Alyssa, despite his initial reluctance because of the fact that Cindy is in Blue Fire Frenzy. Despite being a Water Type, Cindy creams him.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Interspecies Romance: With Kendra the Kanghaskhan.
- Like Brother and Sister: Has this relationship with Cindy and Eve.
- Making a Splash
- MayDecember Romance: With Kendra (who's older).
- Sibling Rivalry: Of a sort with teammate Cindy. They do grow out of it.
- Unfazed Everyman
Eve the Eevee/Jolteon
Alyssa's second captured Pokémon, she's more pragmatic and reasonable than Cindy and less unlucky than Sammy. She had doubts about humans at first, but she grew to love her trainer and teammates.
- Like Brother and Sister: With Cindy and Sammy.
- Pragmatic Hero
- Shock and Awe: As a Jolteon.
- Spike Shooter: Knows Pin Missle.
- Voice of Reason
Ash's Chikorita/Bayleef (Meganium in-story)
One of Ty's friends, she is basically known for switching between supportive of her friends to downright mean when she needs to be.
- Interspecies Romance: A one-sided crush on her trainer. Feraligatr has teased her for it.
- Like Brother and Sister: With Ty and Feraligatr.
- Whip It Good: Knows Vine Whip
Ash's Totodile (Feraligatr in-story)
Ty's best friend and basically the more outgoing goofball. Not afraid to be weird, but has shown considerable fear of Cindy...
- A Dog Named "Dog"
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Well, as a Totodile, he did annoy some characters to an extent, even those he considered family...
- Beware the Silly Ones: He could bite you in half if he wanted to.
- Big Fun
- Honorary Uncle
- Like Brother and Sister: To Ty and Meganium.
- Making a Splash
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family
- Perpetual Smiler
- Plucky Comic Relief
Jamie the Coalgnaw/Smodent/Marsiblaze
A sassy and spirited Pokémon, Jamie is no doubt Alexis' best fighter. Although she is prone to bouts of naivety, she remains level-headed and gives her all in battle in both power and agility.
She's a Fakemon.
- Action Girl
- Badass Adorable
- Beware the Nice Ones
- Cute Bruiser
- Happily Married: In a Pokémon sense to Quinn.
- Heroic Second Wind: Evolves and faces Malo!Ty by herself so Celebi may have time to help the others. She stalls him long enough for the other Pokémon to get back up and continue the battle.
- Incendiary Exponent: As a Smodent and Marsiblaze, the end of her tail is on fire.
- Inter Species Romance: With Quinn.
- Lightning Bruiser
- Little Miss Snarker
- Mama Bear
- Playing with Fire
- Plucky Girl
- Rodent of Unusual Size: Her Coalgnaw and Smodent stages are based on hamsters and rats respectively, and yet she just around the same size as Quinn is during both stages. Averted with Marsiblaze, which is based on a possum (although she's still much larger than a normal possum).
- She-Fu: The most acrobatic of the cast.
- Super Speed
Charlie The Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard
Having been hatched while in Alyssa's possession, Charlie is a very cheerful, kind, and very naïve Pokémon, although it has been shown that he knows more than he lets on. He prefers optimism over worrying over the crap that bombards the group on a regular basis.
- Action Dad
- Badass Adorable: Even as a Charizard, he can still make your heart melt... and he's no slouch in battling.
- Beware the Nice Ones
- Beware the Silly Ones
- Big Fun
- Bumbling Dad: Subverted, most of the time. He may seem like this on the surface, but is quite competent. Of course, he still has his moments, like taking his twins (and his friend's son) to a search for Cindy under a red moon, despite Diana's protests. Inevitably, he, Diana, and the kids are attacked by a Malonixed Fearow.
- Cannot Spit It Out: He's unsure of how to inform Diana he has feelings for her.
- The Ditz: Sometimes, but not as much as Trina.
- Happily Adopted: He hatched in Alyssa's arms.
- Happily Married: In a Pokémon sense, to Diana.
- Held Gaze:With Diana.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Quinn.
- Incendiary Exponent: The end of his tail is on fire.
- Interspecies Romance: With Diana.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: Make no mistake; he knows when a situation is serious, and he's ready to kick butt when needed.
- Nice Guy
- Our Charizards Are Different: He certainly doesn't hold the stereotypical Charizard personality...
- Papa Wolf
- Parental Abandonment: His mother had been killed by a Team Vortex grunt.
- Ping-Pong Naïveté
- Playing with Fire
- Skilled, but Naïve
- Stepford Smiler: Played with. Quinn has brought up that Charlie knows of his mother's fate and that the world is messed up, but still puts on a cheerful face. It's unclear how much of his optimism is fake and how much is genuine.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist
Diana the Dragonite
A very tough and uncompromising Pokémon owned by Allison, she tends to be a rude jerk to anybody she comes across. However, it's mainly out of loneliness and jealousy, as she softens when Charlie befriends her.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: Her problem is that she doesn't know how to make friends. Charlie's willing to help her.
- The Resenter: Turns out, she resents the main characters for either being part-Legendary, a starter, or just receiving much more respect than her, especially as she struggles with loneliness and No Social Skills.
Mantle the Coalgnaw/Smodent
Quinn and Jamie's son. This inquisitive and plucky little rodent will alternate from being a quiet little sweetheart to a snarky furball surrounded by morons. He has a physical mutation of odd-colored fur (he's not a shiny), but that doesn't deter him from making friends.
He's a Fakemon.
- Kung-Fu Kid: Is stated to know a few fighting type moves as a Coalgnaw—his only problem was that his arms and legs were pretty short. Using those moves became easier after he evolved.
- Rodent of Unusual Size: Coalgnaw is based on a hamster, but it's around the height of a Cyndaquil, and Smodent, based on a rat, is obviously twice as big.
- Something Else Also Rises: When he develops a crush on Bella, he loses control of his tail.
Emma the Staticbee/Electriroo
One of the members of the Violet Sevipers Tripyra Team, she tends to be rude and condescending, especially to Joey. She is noted to have 'the blood of champs' and is borderline arrogant. However, she is a valuable team member who's suffered loss.
She's a Fakemon.
- Broken Bird: She's an orphan, and she had been dumped by her boyfriend Hasook. Needless to say, she was angry at Joey for replacing Hasook on the team.
- Heel Realization: Hasook wasn't the dashing and kind Dewott she remembers. She realizes how much of a stupid jerkwad to Joey over this after the Quilava received a head injury thanks to Hasook.
- Parental Abandonment: Her parents died when she was a Staticbee.
Patch the Feraligatr (AKA Anonimo's Totodile/Croconow, Snap)
A member of the Violet Sevipers, this old reptile tends to have a lot on his mind, and is usually off on his own, thinking. He shows very little emotion, and serves as a grandfather figure to the younger team members. He wears an eyepatch, which he doesn't like anybody asking about.
- Break the Cutie: He was originally Anonimo's Pokémon, and was named Snap. He was a firsthand witness to Anonimo's Start of Darkness, and broke down when Kim died and Jenna disappeared. Eventually, the use of his name disappeared, and he became bitter when Anonimo heaped abuse on a newly-captured baby Cyndaquil (Cindy). After said 'Quil's beating, he was chased off after his eye was harmed and his Pokeball was crushed. It hits him hard to the present day.
- Eye Scream: His left eye was damaged by Anonimo's whip. By the time he met Lindsay, it was infected.
- Eyepatch of Power: It's where he got his current name. Old as he is, he's still good enough to be in a sport.
- Physical Scars, Psychological Scars: His lost eye serves as a reminder of how Anonimo transformed into pure evil, especially the night that Patch (as a Croconaw) had to witness Cindy's beating.
- Shadow Archetype: Of Cindy. They both suffered abuse at Anonimo's hands, have a constant reminder of him (Cindy's scar, Patch's lost eye), and ended up with a new trainer (both female, no less). Cindy becomes ill-tempered while Patch restrains his emotions.
- The Stoic
- Survivor Guilt: He escaped Anonimo, but he feels awful that he had to leave behind the badly beaten Cyndaquil (Cindy).
- That Man Is Dead: Cheerful and mischievous Snap is gone; cold and cynical Patch has filled his hollow shell.
- Troubled Backstory Flashback: Chapter 204. Titled "Snap" for his former name.
Boomer the Marowak
A Pokémon owned by Tiffany Warren's father, he serves as the grandfather figure to Tiffany's Pokémon. He refuses to acknowledge that he's growing old, and he tends to be very brash, but caring.
- Super Strength: Demonstrates the ability to smash rocks.
- Wrecked Weapon: During a rockslide, his bone snaps, forcing him to smash rocks with his fists.
Ivy the Servine
One of Tiffany's Pokémon and Blaze's closest friend, she is a fairly friendly and cheerful Pokémon. However, if she senses that a friend is in danger, she will do anything to protect them.
- Big Sister Instinct: Okay, she's younger than Blaze, but she still feels that she has a duty to protect him.
- Brutal Honesty: She ends up clashing with Blaze due to this.
- Cassandra Truth: About Dora. When trying to inform Blaze, she ends up pushing him into BFF (he was distraught over his siblings' injuries).
- Fire-Forged Friends: With Sombra.
- Green-Eyed Monster: She was jealous that Dora got in the way of her and Blaze's friendship. Could it be a Green-Eyed Epiphany?
- Heroic BSoD: Goes through one after Blaze begins destroying the city in a BFF rampage.
- Like Brother and Sister: Claims that this is her relationship with Blaze. Although it's implied that she may have romantic feelings for him.
- Made of Iron: Seriously, there's no other explanation for a Grass-Type surviving Blue Fire Frenzy.
- Missing Mom: Her mother was killed by Sombra.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: She ends up giving Blaze the final push into Blue Fire Frenzy.
- Silk Hiding Steel: If marching into the middle of Blue Fire Frenzy to talk Blaze out of it doesn't prove this, nothing will.
Bella the Mareep/Flaaffy
One of Tiffany's Pokemon and a friend of Blaze and Ivy. She doesn't talk very often due to shyness, and has an affinity for warmth, since she refused to evolve for a while, unwilling to lose her fleece.
- Blush Sticker: A picture of her shows her sporting these, and she's constantly described as blushing.
Minnie and Scales the twin Dratini
Charlie and Diana's offspring. The energetic Shiny Minnie and her more savvy brother Scales get along quite well.
Seven the Torchic
A Pokemon belonging to Willa. Unable to walk, she is forced to be carried around by Emma. She is quite sassy and sneers at other characters at every oppurtunity.
- Clucking Funny: Well, she is a literal chicken.
- Disability as an Excuse for Jerkassery: Seems to be the case.
- Kangaroo Pouch Ride: Hangs out in Emma's pouch most of the time (and keeps annoying her).
- Playing with Fire
- Tomboy: To Ava's Girly Girl.
A species of Angel Pokémon that fly around the world to do good (although discreetly). One of the ways they do good is create special stones that drive away darkness; whatever you do, don't smash them. Their feathers and a kiss are also methods of driving away negative influences.
A Legendary Fakemon.
- Big Good: They are stated to be the only Legendaries that can defeat the Malonix (which had gained an immunity to attacks used by other Legendaries). It is unknown if they'll have a part in the final battle as of yet, though (it is also stated that Semi-Legendaries were conceived to combat the Malonix should the Benenix be unable to participate; Malonix are not immune to attacks from regular Pokémon).
- Facial Markings
- Good Colors, Evil Colors: Is white and blue in contrast to Malonix's black and gray.
- Heavenly Blue: Has light blue markings.
- Healing Hands: One of them heals Trina's head.
- Light Is Good
- Meaningful Name: The prefix "bene-" means good.
- Our Angels Are Different
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: It's so huggable!
Anonimo's deadpan younger brother, Shawn works for an organization whose goal is to dismantle evil organizations like Team Rocket or Team Vortex. He is also the current owner of Jenna, and remains a friend to the main heroines.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Gadgeteer Genius
- Geek Physiques: He's described as skinny.
- Knight in Sour Armor: He's more often than not pretty sour thanks to what happened when he was a child; nevertheless, he engages in support for bringing down evil organizations.
- Messy Hair
- Mission Control
- Non-Action Guy: The only Pokémon he owns is Jenna, who belonged to his deceased sister, but he never actively participates in a battle (when Jenna battles, he allows her to do whatever she wishes, because Jenna knows what she's doing, and Shawn was never a trainer).
- Quirky Curls: Subverted. Yes, he has curly hair; no, he does not have an eccentric personality.
- Redheads Are Uncool
- Unfazed Everyman
- Youthful Freckles: Around the same age as Alyssa; has a mess of freckles on his face.
Joey's trainer. A bit mischievous, but overall responsible, though he does waver. Has been a member of the Violet Sevipers Tripyra team since Chapter 190.
- Fluffy Tamer
- Innocently Insensitive: When trying to encourage Joey, he ends up reminding him of a Noodle Incident involving a Jigglypuff in the Johto League. Poor Joey ends up even more nervous.
- Open-Minded Trainer: Initially, he was ticked that Joey would run off to the stadium, but once he learns in was a Batman Gambit to get Taylor to look into Tripyra, he goes along with it, and eventually joins a team.
- Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Technically, he's strawberry blonde.
- Team Dad
- What the Hell, Hero?: Scolds Joey plenty of times, so this trope is prevalent with him.
Willie's trainer. Doesn't talk much, but he's certainly a very nice fellow. He also puts his Pokémon through unusual training...
- Badass Normal: He's quite speedy, enough to hop into personal training with his Pokémon.
- Fluffy Tamer
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
- Made of Iron: He makes himself a training dummy for his Pokémon...
- Nice Guy
- Parody: His design looks remarkably similar to a Super Saiyan. His name may also be derived from Gohan...
- The Quiet One
- Super Reflexes
- Training from Hell: It's very difficult to hit this kid when training with him; he's much too fast, and will either dodge or redirect your attack! Keep in mind, he's training Pokémon, and he gives them a hard time. It's somehow enough to increase Willie's speed.
- Implied that his 'favorite teacher' gave him this as well.
Blaze's trainer. A giddy and sweet Coordinator, she no doubt has a very close relationship with her Pokémon, although a bit clueless about their feelings.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: She seems to be unaware that Blaze does not appreciate his nickname.
- Recent chapters have her stop calling him the nickname and refer to him by his real name, suggesting that she realized his dislike of the nickname and broke the habit.
- Daddy's Girl
- Fluffy Tamer
- Girly Girl: To Mary's Tomboy.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
- Mommy Issues: Her mother is a perfectionist. Poor Tiffany has been scolded for choosing a Fire Type for a starter, using bubbles, and having a Pokémon's pose be off by a tiny margin. Tiffany vents to Mary about this.
- Parental Substitute: For Ivy.
- Pink Means Feminine: Yes, she's fond of pink.
- Stepford Smiler: Unless she's around her father; she's truly happy around him.
Amber's trainer. A fair-minded and fun trainer, she is very accepting of her friends. She does hold bitterness in wondering why her birth mother abandoning her, but she's otherwise very happy.
- Brainy Brunette
- Fluffy Tamer
- Gene Hunting: Implied that she did this offscreen. The results didn't please her.
- Happily Adopted
- Parental Abandonment: She doesn't think highly of her birth parents, since from her description of who they are, they wouldn't be good parents.
- It's very heavily implied that she's Anonimo and Asesina's daughter. How none of the commenters said anything about this very obvious implication is very peculiar.
- Team Mom
- Tomboy: To Tiffany's Girly Girl.
- Tomboyish Ponytail
- Youthful Freckles
Copper's trainer. A friendly fellow, but bound to make a sarcastic or teasing comment toward another. He also seems to have a big family spread out all over the place.
- Ambiguously Brown
- Brainy Brunette
- Deadpan Snarker
- Fluffy Tamer
- The Gadfly: At least toward his cousin Wendy.
- Quirky Curls: He's only slightly quirky though.
- Sarcastic Devotee
- Token Minority: He has dark skin. Odd in how the Token Shiny is given to him...
Isaac and Lindsay Abrams
Taylor's Tripyra teammates, this married couple acts as an extra set of parents for the teens. Isaac was originally in Pokémon Kickboxing with his Electriroo, Emma, while Lindsay was a run-of-the-mill trainer with a cynical Croconaw and other Pokémon. Both were recruited by Ivan Marsden into the sport of Tripyra, and they eventually fell in love and married. They have a son of their own, Zack.
- Brainy Brunette: Isaac.
- Fluffy Tamer
- Happily Married
- The Leader: Isaac's the leader of the Violet Sevipers.
- Meganekko: Lindsay
- Quirky Curls: Lindsay sports them.
- Reasonable Authority Figure
Tiffany's father. A humble country boy who works as a mechanic, he always has time for his daughter and any friends she brings. He owns an old Marowak, Boomer, and is very fond of Tiffany's Pokémon. He's divorced his first wife (Tiffany's mother), and his second wife had been killed by Sombra.
- Country Mouse
- Doting Parent: He certainly doesn't expect his daughter to be perfection; he just wants her to be happy.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Tiffany inherited both his hair and his heart.
- I Just Want My Beloved to Be Happy
- Mr Fix It
- Nice Guy
- Non-Action Guy: He most likely was a trainer in his younger years; but since Boomer's old, he spends his days fixing stuff.
- Old-School Chivalry
- Open-Minded Parent
Cindy's first trainer and later leader of Team Vortex. This ruthless young man will not hesitate to harm others to get what he wants, and when something doesn't go his way, he lashes out at others in a horrible manner.
- A Taste of the Lash: Tends to flog his Pokémon when they misbehave or lose a battle. So far, the worst injuries from that whip were a lost eye and a lash bad enough to tear an arm's flesh and blood vessels. Both result in permanent reminders for the victims.
- Big Bad: Until his death.
- Bad Boss: To his Pokémon, especially Cindy and Snap/Patch.
- Bring My Brown Pants: Wouldn't you wet yourself if a blue-hot angry Typhlosion was about to kill you in one strike?
- Cheerful Child: Used to be one.
- Corrupt the Cutie: Goodness, he was a Moe as a child! Of course, a Semi-Legendary obsession leading to scarily higher standards for his Pokémon, having a crush on a young Asesina and trying to impress her, and well, puberty, made him quite... mean...
- Disney Villain Death: Subverted. While he does fall (Cindy pushed him off a cliff to protect Alyssa), that's not what does him in.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Let's list the ways, shall we?
- Kicks his Totodile hard enough to lose a tooth, because the Pokémon interrupted a conversation.
- Twists the arm of the same Totodile for not evolving.
- Kicks Cindy for playing with Butterfree.
- Beats and starves her for losing battles.
- Pummels her into a bloody pulp with a bullwhip, traps her in her Pokeball, and buries it for pushing him!
- Damages his Croconaw's left eye for trying to help the poor Cyndaquil.
- Murdered his father for being "too nice" to the Pokémon.
- Attempts murder on people under 21 for "stealing" Cindy. Never mind that he abandoned her...
- And lastly, shoots Jenna and tries to do the same to Alyssa for her "Reason You Suck" Speech.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty
- Family-Unfriendly Death: He got eaten by a Gyarados.
- Foil: To Alyssa. While Alyssa tried to keep her emotions in check when dealing with an unruly Pokémon, Anonimo continually lost his temper on a well-behaved and obedient Pokémon. When Alyssa snapped, she only yelled; when Anonimo did, he resorted to violence. Anonimo questions how Alyssa was able to win battles with Cindy when he couldn't.
- From Nobody to Nightmare
- Grumpy Bear
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Geez, he's even worse than Cindy in this regard!
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: There seemed to be a Hidden Heart of Gold in one chapter when he gives Cindy a treat for a successful training session... only for a Yank the Dog's Chain moment later in that same chapter after the poor Cyndaquil loses to a beginning trainer's Chikorita.
- Knight of Cerebus: Once he decides to do something himself, the girls are in trouble.
- Lack of Empathy: Played very, very horribly.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Cindy evolves into Typhlosion... and proceeds to give him the fright of his life as she chases him in Blue Fire Frenzy mode. While Alyssa ends up stopping her from killing him in that state, at least the audience knows that Cindy had finally realized that she was far more powerful than he was and could have killed him easily.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Yeah, Annie, you were the reason that Cindy evolved into Typhlosion and just about killed you. And the reason you became Gyarados food. Messing with Alyssa was a BIG mistake, dude...
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: On a malnourished Cyndaquil...
- Patricide: Yep, he killed his own father, just for being "too nice" to the Pokémon.
- Start of Darkness: According to Patch, it was when his father read a magazine article about Semi-Legendaries.
- Training from Hell: Does this to his Pokémon.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Come on, Alyssa saved your life! Show some gratitude, you idiot! (Cindy also had saved his life early in the story, but he never realized he was in danger...)
- Unholy Matrimony: Wait, wait, wait... he's married?
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: According to both Jenna and Patch.
- Villainous Breakdown: Attempts to kill Alyssa by shooting her, then attempts to stab her, and then decides to throw her to Gyarados-infested waters. It doesn't work out.
- Whip It Good: Seriously, he permanently scars a couple of characters with that thing!
- Would Hurt a Child: Both Pokémon and human.
The twisted wife of Anonimo, this woman cares for very few, and will stop at nothing to reach a goal. She especially holds a grudge against Cindy and co. for the death of her husband and the dismantling of Team Vortex.
- Avenging the Villain
- The Corrupter: One of the influences in Anonimo's Start of Darkness.
- Dark Action Girl
- Dark Mistress
- Dragon Ascendant
- The Determinator
- Evil Is Sexy
- Evil Redhead
- Excessive Evil Eyeshadow
- Lady Macbeth
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: "Asesina" is Spanish for "Assassin."
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: In a flashback, Asesina is heaping praises on Anonimo for his so-called 'discipline' on his Totodile (kicking the poor little guy on the jaw and making him lose a tooth).
- Unholy Matrimony
- Would Hurt a Child
Canela the Scorchcat/Firequeen
As the main Pokémon working for Team Vortex, Canela seems to be out to ruin lives. She takes pleasure in manipulating others, even when it backfires on her. Being a spitting image of Cinnamon especially seems to amp up her creepiness factor somehow.
- Break Them by Talking
- Cats Are Mean
- Cats Are Snarkers
- Criminal Doppelgänger: Of Cinnamon.
- Dark Action Girl
- Enfante Terrible: It was mentioned that she was like this as a Kittiember.
- I Shall Taunt You: She does this nearly every time she appears.
- Kick the Dog: She kicks others with words. Speaking ill of Cindy's Love Interest (ESPECIALLY the part where she brings up a scenario of him being bitten by a Malonix), mocking Hailey for not being part Legendary, and especially when she reveals Sombra's Superpowered Evil Side, and later uses it to drive a wedge between him and Amber. There's a reason she's the first Team Vortex member that springs to mind.
- Lack of Empathy
- Manipulative Bitch
- Panthera Awesome
- Playing with Fire
- Right-Hand Cat
- Smug Snake
Canela's trainer and Chelsea's look-alike, she's rather vain and clueless. Nevertheless, there has to be some credit for keeping control of a sadistic sociopathic Firequeen...
- Brainless Beauty
- Bratty Teenage Minion: Team Vortex once had a delay in plans because Vibora had to have a haircut (thanks to Cindy), and refused to go out with short hair.
- Criminal Doppelgänger: Of Chelsea (though Vibora has a pink hair streak and a lack of freckles).
- Dark Chick
- Disproportionate Retribution: Attempts to light Chelsea's hair on fire after Cinnamon hacks a fiery hairball which only burnt the end of one strand of hair.
- The Ditz
- Drama Queen: How does Team Vortex put up with this girl?
- Excessive Evil Eyeshadow
- Makeup Is Evil
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: "Vibora" is Spanish for "Viper."
One of the smarter members of Team Vortex.
She gets killed by Sombra.
- Ambiguously Brown
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul
- Killed Off for Real
- Only Sane Man: Well, compared with who she works with...
- The Smart Guy
- Smart People Wear Glasses
- Sexy Spectacles: Gotta admit, she looks pretty good...
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair's dark violet.
Pancho and Villa
A pair of twins who harass the girls early on, get thrown in jail, and later return to help Asesina after Anonimo is killed and Team Vortex falls apart. They become more effective after they're broken out of jail.
- Baby Talk: Villa did this to Sombra of all Pokémon!
- Batman Gambit: Pancho lays one out to find out which of the Quiltuplets hasn't gone Blue Fire Frenzy yet and to see if BFF is the key to the progress of the Ultimate Revenge. The plan was send Pokémon spies to be captured by the Quiltuplets' trainers (at least one), bond with the Pokémon, and then attempt murder on the Quiltuplets minus the one who hasn't gone BFF (which turns out to be Blaze). It works better than expected; BFF is linked to the torches, and Blaze ends up unleashing BFF on a city!
- BrotherSister Team
- Ditzy Genius: Pancho
- Even Evil Has Standards: Pancho once noted that attempting to kill Quinn was rather cruel.
- Smarter Than You Look
- Team Mom: Villa
- Trickster Twins
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pancho's is purple, and Villa's is lavender.
The surviving researcher of Team Vortex.
- Bald of Evil
- Evil Genius
- Gadgeteer Genius
- Grumpy Old Man
- Kick the Dog: Openly taunts Cindy and Quinn and orders Pancho to kill Quinn, and when the deed is supposedly done, proceeds to mock Cindy as she mourns and reduces Quinn as worthless because he's a 'replacement' and not a Semi-Legendary. It backfires so hard...
- Mad Scientist
- Smug Snake
A former Tripyra teammate of Isaac and Lindsay Abrams. When he was divorced with his wife and fired for his conduct concerning women (you can easily guess what), he and his Pokémon embitteredly joined Team Vortex for revenge against his former friends.
- Attempted Rape: Of Lindsay.
- Beard of Evil
- Dirty Old Man: Not really old, middle-aged actually, but you get the idea.
- Kavorka Man
- Misplaced Retribution: Only attacks Joey due to his association with Isaac and Lindsay.
- Then Let Me Be Evil
Hasook the Dewott
One of Ivan's Pokémon and Emma's former Love Interest, he holds bitterness toward Joey for taking his place as a Tripyra player. An agile fighter, he is glad to serve Team Vortex if it means that Joey will pay dearly.
- Bastard Boyfriend: In Emma's backstory.
- Ear Notch
- The Hedonist
- Making a Splash
- Master Swordsman
- Shadow Archetype: Of Joey. It's been stated that Hasook used to have qualities that currently make Joey endearing. However, influence from his trainer made him treat his girlfriend (Emma) as nothing more than a sex object.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Or rather, partnered with an idiot.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: He used to be a pretty nice Pokémon. But then Ivan rubbed off on him a little too much...
Dinkleberg the Meganium
One of Ivan's Pokémon, and the giddy, clueless type of guy. He is identified by his antennae being tied together, and is basically the most cheerful and optimistic of the villains.
- Affably Evil
- The Ditz
- Dumb Muscle
- Green Thumb
- Laughably Evil
- Love Letter: He writes a poem to Meganium (who actually thinks it's cute). Hasook berates him for it.
- Running Gag: In the spirit of the show where his namesake resides: Dinkleberg...
- Stalker with a Crush: He nearly exposes himself and Hasook when he leaves a cupcake for Meganium, and later writes her a poem.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Cupcakes.
- Villainous Crush: On Meganium (Ty's friend).
Dora the Barearth/Prairidig
Blaze's former girlfriend. Initially captured by Tiffany, she allowed it to happen in order to spy on the Quiltuplets to find out who didn't go Blue Fire Frenzy. She fakes feelings for Blaze to either kill him if he did, or to push him into BFF if he didn't (turned out he hadn't at that time).
She's a Fakemon.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She acts like a ditzy little angel that only drools over Blaze, but in reality, she's only interested in pleasing Team Vortex and pushing Blaze into Blue Fire Frenzy to activate a torch. It's unknown how she was to accomplish this on her own, but fortunately for her, Sombra and Ivy came on scene to accuse her of being a spy right in front of an emotionally fragile Blaze. Dora just had to play along long enough for Blaze to snap and go BFF to try to kill Ivy and Sombra.
- Dishing Out Dirt
- Freudian Excuse: Canela claims that Semi-Legendaries killed Dora's family. It might be a lie.
- I Was Only Pretending To Like You: She was obviously faking feelings for Blaze. It could be assumed that saying this was Dora's original plan to push Blaze into BFF. However, she changed plans when Ivy and Sombra arrived.
- The Mole
- Obfuscating Stupidity
- Sickeningly Sweethearts: Fakes this to a disturbing degree with Blaze, enough for Ivy to resent her (and for Blaze's siblings to be disgusted).
- Xanatos Speed Chess: Once Ivy and Sombra arrive, she decided to play the victim of a false accusation while Ivy's persistence angered Blaze. It worked, and not only are Ivy and Sombra nearly killed as she escapes, but Blaze attacks a city in Blue Fire Frenzy.
Bennett the Strykeerie
Lindsay's former Pokémon. Like Dora, he pretended to be an ally to the Quiltuplets, although he was not captured by one of their trainers, only by one of Taylor's teammates. He later helps Ivan attack the Tripyra stadium.
He's a Fakemon.
- Ghostly Chill: Emma and her Sunflora friend, Sunshine, feel it when they pass him.
- The Hedonist
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: It would have been possible that this ghost would have done unsavory things to Emma if Hasook hadn't revealed that Bennett was The Mole, and made Joey realize just why Emma was suddenly floating and demand to put her down.
- The Mole
- Our Ghosts Are Different
- Power Floats
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome
Belico the Igglybuff/Jigglypuff
A sword wielding Pokémon that seems harmless, but is actually quite dangerous.
- Cute Is Evil
- Enfante Terrible
- Harmless Villain: Copper just kicks him and he bounces away...
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: He cleans up his act enough to catch Willie by surprise by jumping onto his back and stabbing him.
- Laughably Evil: Until he stabs Willie.
- Master Swordsman
- Real Men Wear Pink
- Running Gag: Everybody questions his choice in weaponry:"Who gives an (Igglybuff/Jigglypuff) a sword?"
- Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe
An entire species of demon Pokémon that are ruthless beyond bounds, enough that they had to be locked in another dimension. Unfortunately, they left a couple of stones that would be the key to beginning their return once they touch; Alyssa and Trina accidentally let them touch when they threw both stones into a river. They are led by the so-called "King Malonix", and will not hesitate in overrunning the world and enslaving its subjects once the leader is free.
A Legendary Fakemon.
- Fangs Are Evil: Makes use of those teeth.
- Good Colors, Evil Colors: Black and gray in contrast to Benenix's white and blue.
- Knight of Cerebus: Once the Malonix starts appearing, things just get darker and darker...
- Meaningful Name: The prefix "mal-" means bad.
- Obviously Evil: Let's see... Razor Sharp Teeth? Check. Black, gray, and red color palette? Check. Bat Wings? Check. Horrifying Screech? Check. Red pupils among Black Eyes of Crazy? Check. Complete opposite of the ever benevolent Benenix? Double Check.
- Take Over the World: Once they get out of that prison dimension. Then they'll try to replace humans as the dominant species...
- The Virus: It has one that turns humans into a Malonix, and renders other Pokémon to commit a FaceMonster Turn and become subservient to the Malonix. It has already happened several times, One of the victims being Ty.
A politician (it's never specified just what) that is in opposition to Semi-Legendaries. He's very charismatic, though sometimes he's embarrassed by any one of the major characters. Whenever he's on the news, he's usually ignored or ridiculed by one of the main characters.
- Anti-Villain: He's not up to definite villain status like Anonimo or the Malonix, due in part to having a Freudian Excuse for his hatred of Semi-Legendaries. It turns out that his brother and his girlfriend was unlucky enough to meet Cindy during her first Blue Fire Frenzy. His vendetta most likely grew deeper after his wife and son were attacked by Blaze in BFF. He genuinely wishes for the safety of the public.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Okay, Anwir's not evil, but he still has a wife and son, who he was genuinely worried about when they nearly got killed by a BFF-crazed Blaze.
- Fantastic Racism: He's against Semi-Legendaries, due to the fact that they are more dangerous than normal Pokémon.
- Propaganda Machine
- Public Service Announcement: He does this a lot. In fact, Joey and Oliver interrupted one of these once.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: What happened when Cinnamon roared at him.
- Villain Has a Point: While his arguments against Semi-Legendaries did seem to be a little too mean-spirited by calling them 'monsters,' and he has confused them with Malonixed Pokémon, he does have a valid point. One needs to look at Cindy's track record of at least ten Blue Fire Frenzies to realize that Semi-Legendaries are more dangerous than regular Pokémon, due to them being unstable because they are saddled with extra power, and they could wipe out a large population should they be let loose in a large city. Even worse is that they're difficult to tell from regular Pokémon.
- Windbag Politician: His appearances usually consist of him ranting about Semi-Legendaries.