This is a partial character sheet for Region Trotters. Visit here for the main character index.
Fire-TypeMishal is a Fire-type trainer from Lentimas Town, Unova. His starter Pokémon is a Litwick. His current team is a Litwick and a Numul.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: He's not entirely a bad person, mostly seen in his actions towards Sky after Marill's death.
- Insufferable Genius: He's a talented artist and a gigantic snob.
- It's All About Me: Has a habit of making everything about himself.
- Official Couple: With Sky.
- Opposites Attract: With Sky.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: A minor case. He likes to use words that are more complicated than necessary for the situation.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He considers himself to be a top-tier competitor far above the others. But in actuality, he's merely competent most of the time. Later on though, he starts to back up his boasting.
Ground-TypeAmar is a Ground-type trainer from Fallarbor Town, Hoenn. His starter Pokémon is a Trapinch. His current team is a Trapinch.
- All Animals Are Dogs: His Trapinch acts like a happy, excited puppy.
- Berserk Button: He was absolutely infuriated by the sight of Theo Malik.
- When he realizes that something has been taken from his research, he goes berserk
- Combat Pragmatist: He's absolutely cunning and vicious in battle.
- Elimination Houdini: In-Universe example. His track record in the competition is horrible, mostly because he focuses on his studies and searches rather than the actual challenges.
- Famed In-Story: A renowned archaeological professor.
- Grumpy Old Man: He doesn't exactly bring a positive outlook on things.
- Jerkass: Amar doesn't care much for taking other people's feelings into account.
- Kick the Dog: His treatment of Ollie after Kali's elimination, insulting the boy at his lowest point and leaving him alone in the rain.
- Nobody Over Fifty Is Gay: Averted with Amar and his husband.
- Noodle Incident: He was apparently part of a fraternity that nearly burned their frat house down with Slugmas... somehow.
- Pet the Dog: His respectful sendoff to Sabiya after defeating her in a duel.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: After a particularly bad day, he deals out a set of these to Celeste, Ludwig, and Ren.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: He plays this in his duel against Celeste. He has his Trapinch activate Bide before taking severe damage from Celeste's Ralts, then has it strike while everyone is worried about its health.
Bug-TypeKali is a Bug-type trainer from Hau'Oli City, Alola. Her starter Pokémon is a Dewpider. Her current team is a Araquanid and a Anorith
Lost to Amar in Episode 8. Returned in Episode 10.
- Anti-Role Model: She considers herself this to Ollie, and thinks that he would be better off if he wasn't influenced by her.
- Arachnid Appearance and Attire: She wears a web-print bandanna around her neck.
- Bi the Way: Has expressed attraction to both men and women.
- Big Sister Instinct: She tries to look out for Ollie.
- Book Dumb: She never finished school, and struggles with anything related to academics.
- Delinquent Hair: She's got an impressive mohawk.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: It doesn't take much to send her into a rage.
- HeelFace Turn: May not exactly be a "good guy", but she revealed that she's a former member of Team Skull.
- Intergenerational Friendship: With Ollie.
- Jerkass: Rude, aggressive, and generally abrasive.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: That said, her interactions with Ollie show that she does have a good side.
- Lady Swears-a-Lot: Kali's the most foul-mouthed member of the Hoenn cast by a good margin.
- Odd Friendship: With Ollie.
- Only Friend: For Ollie.
- Sticky Fingers: Her Dewpider has a habit of stealing, especially when shiny things are involved. Kali herself tends to steal as well.
- Tattooed Crook: She spent a lot of time in juvenile hall growing up and has a prominent Seviper tattoo. She was also once a member of Team Skull.
- Your Days Are Numbered: Not applying to her but Kali believes Ollie will be eliminated eventually since he was sent as joke.
Fairy-TypeSky is a Fairy-type trainer from Veilstone City, Sinnoh. His starter Pokémon is a Marill. His current team is a Mawile, a Gardivor and a Eevee
Quits the game in Episode 8. Returns Episode 9
- Bi the Way: He freely flirts with people of all genders.
- Break the Cutie: Poor Marill...
- Fat and Skinny: The skinny to Olaf's fat.
- Heroic BSoD: He spends the Mt. Pyre episode suffering one due to him still reeling from the death of Marill.
- Ignore The Fanservice: Frequently on the receiving end of this, as most people don't pay any mind to his flirtations.
- Ill Girl: His Marill is very frail, and needs to get checkups at the Pokemon Center frequently.
- Killed Off for Real: His Marill dies near the end of episode 8.
- Last of His Kind: [[spoiler The last member of the friendship alliance standing.]]
- Lovable Sex Maniac: He's a gigantic flirt, but still a pretty nice guy.
- Manly Tears: Cries during the battle with Olaf, knowing that one of them will be eliminated from the game.
- Mr. Fanservice: He's described as being very attractive.
- Naked People Are Funny: Okay, not quite naked, but his speedo provides quite a bit of comedy in the Beach Episode.
- Non-Gameplay Elimination: He leaves the game voluntarily for reasons unspecified. It turns out that his Marill died.
- Returns to the game in episode 9.
- Official Couple: With Mishal.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In Episode 8, he is very twitchy and nervous during the announcement of the episode's winner, much unlike his usual composed self. As it turns out, his Marill had a medical emergency that it ultimately did not survive.
- Opposites Attract: With Sky.
- Powerof Friendship: evolves Eevee in Sylveon.
- Real Men Wear Pink: He's got a nice pink jacket and uses Fairy-types.
- Romantic Wingman: His Marill based on her description.
- Sadistic Choice: Is given a chance to rejoin the game but has to battle one of his friends (Which ends up being Olaf) in order to stay in the game
- Shameless Fanservice Guy: He's hot, he knows he's hot, and he loves to flaunt his hotness.
- The Social Expert: Sky's incredibly charismatic and gets along with almost everyone he meets.
Minnie Mae Bao
Fighting-TypeMinnie is a Fighting-type trainer from Twinleaf Town, Sinnoh. Her starter Pokémon is a Riolu. Her current team is a Riolu and a Torchic
- Always Second Best: She frequently finds herself performing well, but not good enough to win. This frustrates her to no end.
- Arch-Enemy: She and Celeste despise each other and argue frequently.
- Later on she picks up a new nemesis in Nightshade.
- Bad Boss: She treats her Riolu pretty terribly, which hinders it from evolving. When it evolves due to finding friendship with Nightshade, Minnie is livid.
- Berserk Button: She has two: Being ignored and not winning.
- Butt-Monkey: Frequently disrespected by the rest of the cast. She pretty much brings most of it on herself, though.
- Drama Queen: A conceited conflict-starter.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Nobody in the cast really likes her that much, mostly because she was acting like a narcissistic jerk from the moment she arrived.
- It's All About Me: Minnie always has to make everything about herself and assert her self-proclaimed superiority.
- Jerkass: Minnie is incredibly unpleasant to everyone she meets.
- No Sympathy: Didn't care that Olaf and Sky were crying during their elimination battle, she just wanted a battle.
- Small Name, Big Ego: She considers herself a superstar and thinks that she's above everyone else as a result.
Azalea "Nightshade" Ericaceae
Poison-TypeNightshade is a Poison-type trainer from Floraroma Town, Sinnoh. Her starter Pokémon is an Oddish. Her current team is an Gloom, Swalot and a Weedle.
- Arch-Enemy: Minnie, no question.
- Companion Cube: Her box.
- Deadpan Snarker: More like deadpan everything.
- Easily Forgiven: After admitting to Ludwig that she sabotage he, Ludwig forgives right away.
- Emotionless Girl: She doesn't express much emotion, responding to virtually everything in the same flat tone.
- Floral Theme Naming: Her first name, nickname, AND last name are also names of plant genus.
- My God, What Have I Done?: When she impulsively kisses Ludwig, she immediately regrets it.
- Not So Stoic: Her uncaring mask starts to break thanks to Kitty's influence. We see more of that when she hangs out with Ludwig.
- Odd Friendship: With Kitty, Ludwig, and Minnie's Riolu/Lucario
- Only Knownby Their Nickname: Is called by her nickname by everyone in the game. Subverted by Steven Stone in episode 7 who calls her by her first name.
- Poisonous Person: Moreso than the typical Poison-type trainer, since she actually drinks poison!
- Powerof Friendship: uses this to evolve Minnie's Riolu
- Troll: Her main method of exercising her rivalry with Minnie is through pranks.
Ghost-TypeOllie is a Ghost-type trainer from Tapu Village, Alola. His starter Pokémon is a Mimikyu. His current team is a Mimikyu and a Shedinja.
- Badass Adorable: He has a surprisingly solid track record in the competition.
- Beware the Silly Ones: The rest of the cast doesn't take Ollie seriously. However, not only does he put in a lot of solid performances, but he manages to pull the wool over Amar and Theo's eyes on separate occasions!
- Break the Cutie: Kali's elimination shatters the poor kid.
- Happens again when the rest of the remaining players tell him that he's not taking the game seriously, including Kali.
- Cheerful Child: Whether or not he's being creepy, he's almost always this.
- Cloudcuckoolander: One has to wonder where some of his thoughts originate from.
- Creepy Child: YES HE IS.Ollie: My mom doesn't think this is a fun fact, but we all die at some point. Some sooner than others.
- Establishing Character Moment:Ollie: Does your family have a history of mesothelioma?!
- The Gadfly: He's only in the competition because Nanu thought that it would be funny to force the cast to deal with him.
- Intergenerational Friendship: With Kali.
- Mismatched Eyes: One blue, one green.
- Morality Pet: The only person that Kali is consistently nice to.
- Odd Friendship: With Kali.
- Only Friend: For Kali.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Pretty much everything he does.Roxanne: Dont be fooled. His Mimikyu used Wood Hammer in a kindergarten classroom.Ollie: We all die in the end.Roxanne: Nobody was hurt.Ollie: Yet.
Normal-TypeDouglas is a Normal-type trainer from Castelia City, Unova. His starter Pokémon is a Miltank. His current team is a Miltank and a Loudred.
10th out. Lost to Ollie in Episode 12.
- Actually Pretty Funny: As time goes on, some of his jokes actually start to meet their mark.
- Adorkable: Between his goofy, likable nature and horrible jokes, he fits pretty well.
- Alliterative Name: Douglas Darragh.
- Black Comedy: He develops something of a taste for this.
- Bowties Are Cool: And they're even cooler in cow-print!
- Gone Horribly Wrong: His attempt to get eliminated and host the Aftermath show. First he throws the challenge to get himself sent to the Sudden Death Duel, then he discovers that Angie is the permanent host, so he wouldn't get to host if he lost. Then, after winning, he discovers that the loser gets a side segment on the Aftermath show anyway. He doesn't take it well.
- Grumpy Bear: Miltank really hates Douglas' jokes.
- High Hopes, Zero Talent: Douglas really wants to be a comedian, but he seems to be incapable of effectively telling a joke.
- Subverted in episode 8 when he tells a joke that makes people laugh
- Lame Pun Reaction: Doesn't get a laugh well he tells his jokes. At least till episode 8
- Mistaken for Gay: Theo calls him a "twink" when he thinks he's the Fairy-type trainer.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Miltank dishes one out to Marisa's Oddish after the tides turn in their duel, stomping it until the fight was called off.
- Official Couple: With Carol.
- Pungeon Master: Many of his jokes rely on puns.
- Ship Tease: With Carol.
- Took a Level in Badass: Not only does he become a formidable trainer, but he gets funnier too!
Rock-TypeCarol is a Rock-type trainer from Mauville City, Hoenn. Her starter Pokémon is an Aron. Her current team is an Aggron & Rhyhorn
Ninth out. Lost to Nightshade in Episode 11.
- Brutal Honesty: She doesn't hide her disdain at Douglas' attempt to get himself eliminated.
- Extreme Omnivore: Her Aron tries to eat everything. Everything.
- Hidden Depths: Tough, no-nonsense Carol is nothing short of gleeful at getting to explore the Trick House.
- Irony: One of the most composed and mature members of the cast has a Pokemon with no self-control.
- Not So Stoic: Carol is composed most of the time, but she's very hard on herself for her failures.
- Official Couple: With Douglas.
- Ship Tease: With Douglas.
- Working-Class Hero: She works in a steel mill, and her introduction took place right after she got off of work for the day.
- Younger Than They Look: Carol's the tallest and most muscular member of the Hoenn cast, but she's only 17.
Electric-TypeSabiya is an Electric-type trainer from Opelucid City, Unova. Her starter Pokémon is a Blitzle. Her current team is a Zebstrika, Plusle and a Minun.
Eighth out. Lost to Amar in Episode 10.
Ice-TypeOlaf is an Ice-type trainer from Snowpoint City, Sinnoh. His starter Pokémon is a Snover. His final team is a Snover and a Amaura
Seventh out. Lost to Sky in Episode 9.
- Badass Mustache: It really is quite impressive.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Olaf is a lovable guy, but he can be very stern when he needs to be.
- Big Fun: A large man with a cheerful personality.
- Fat and Skinny: The fat to Sky's skinny.
- It's Personal: When Olaf finds out that Wesker's actions caused Marisa's elimination, he is furious.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: He shows surprising fierceness when heading into battle against Wesker.
- Manly Tears: Cries during the battle with Olaf, knowing that one of them will be eliminated from the game.
- Nice Guy: He's just a delightful person to be around.
- Rage Breaking Point: After dealing with Celeste and Minnie's arguments all day, he loses his patience and snaps at both of them for acting so immature.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Is given on by Steven Stone on why he isn't worth to win the game.
- Shrinking Violet: His Snover is very timid.
- Undying Loyalty: He would never betray or abandon his friends.
- Weight Woe: He's very sensitive about his weight.
Dark-TypeRen is a Dark-type trainer from Nimbasa City, Unova. Their starter Pokémon is a Purrloin. Their final team is a Liepard and a Sableye.
Sixth out. Lost to Carol in Episode 7.
- Character Development: They buries the hatchet with Ludwig after finding common ground with him.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Ren isn't particularly friendly, but they aren't a bad person.
- Fatal Flaw: Their jealousy.
- Green-Eyed Monster: They considers Ludwig an academic rival, and dislikes him for that reason.
- Insufferable Genius: They're very confident in their intelligence, and very wary of anyone who they think may threaten their status.
- Paper Tiger: Ren's got a sharp tongue, but they crumble at the sight of an actual confrontation.
- Popularity Power: In-Universe. They engineered a hashtag and spread it through social media in order to get themself on the show.
- Stoic Spectacles: A reserved, bespectacled bookworm.
- Stunned Silence: When Amar accuses them of being a talentless trainer who is only on the show because of a hashtag.
Kitty Van Der Aart
Flying-TypeKitty is a Flying-type trainer from Hau'Oli City, Alola. Her starter Pokémon is a Pikipek. Her final team is a Trumbeak.
Fifth out. Lost to Kali in Episode 5.
- Cuddle Bug: She has a habit of wanting to hug everyone in sight.
- Everyone Has Standards: She refuses an alliance offer from Minnie because she doesn't want to associate herself with a liar.
- Fun Personified: Kitty radiates big smiles and good times.
- Genki Girl: Kitty is positively overflowing with energy and happiness.
- Graceful Loser: She's all smiles when she gets eliminated, just as she always is.
- History Repeats: She went head to head with Kali twice, and lost and got eliminated both times.
- Odd Friendship: With Nightshade.
- Sacrificial Lion: A very smart and strong competitor who was taken out surprisingly early.
- Smarter Than You Look: She has memorized a ton of Pokedex entries. The girl's got a ton of Pokemon knowledge.
Psychic-TypeCeleste is a Psychic-type trainer from Camphrier Town, Kalos. Her starter Pokémon is a Ralts. Her final team is a Ralts.
Fourth out. Lost to Amar in Episode 4.
- Arch-Enemy: She and Minnie never saw eye to eye. This came to a head when they were the most vocal members of the argument as to whether the cast should support Popova.
- Psychic Powers: She can read minds.
- Requisite Royal Regalia: She wears a very fancy, regal outfit.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: She gives a pretty vicious one to Amar right before their duel.
Water-TypeWesker is a Water-type trainer from Hearthome City, Sinnoh. His starter Pokémon is a Shellos. His final team is a Shellos.
Third out. Lost to Olaf in Episode 3.
- Butt-Monkey: Nobody takes him seriously, and a lot of people make jokes at his expense.
- Everyone Knew Already: Upon his elimination, he reveals that he is a cop. Nobody is surprised, as they all figured that out on their own well before that point.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: With him always going through everybody's belongings and repeated claims that he isn't a cop despite all evidence to the contrary, he isn't particularly liked by anyone.
- Subverted on the first aftermath show when he bonds with Celeste.
- The Mole: he was hired by Popova to investigate the cast to make sure that there would be no troublemakers like the ones the past seasons had to deal with.
- Nervous Wreck: He doesn't do a great job of keeping himself together.
- Nice Hat: And it's definitely not a police hat.
- The Not Secret: It doesn't even take two episodes before everyone realizes that he's a cop.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: He puts a piece of tape over the police badge on his hat in an attempt to keep people from suspecting that he is a cop. Predictably, it doesn't work.
- Running Gag: Him suspecting people of doing illegal things. Also, see Suspiciously Specific Denial.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He's gone by the end of Episode 3, but his actions created massive waves that would be felt for multiple episodes afterwards.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: Wes definitely isn't a cop, guys! Seriously!
- Wham Line. Not the fact that he was a cop, but, the revelation that he was a mole planted by Popova.
Grass-TypeMarisa is a Grass-type trainer from Vermillion City, Kanto. Her starter Pokémon is an Oddish. Her final team is an Oddish.
Second out. Lost to Douglas in Episode 2.
- Apologizes a Lot: Probably too much...
- Camera Fiend: She loves to take pictures, and brought camera equipment to the competition to do just that.
- The Cutie: Marisa's pretty much completely adorable.
- Break the Cutie: ... and it made her surprise elimination all the more heartbreaking.
- Nice Girl: She's sweet and polite to everyone. Which made the reveal that she had associated with multiple villain teams very shocking.
- The Storyteller: In the aftermath shows, she tells the stories of her time in various villain teams across the Pokemon world.
Dragon-TypeLizzie is a Dragon-type trainer from Violet City, Johto. Her starter Pokémon is a Gible. Her final team is a Gible.
First out. Lost to Ludwig in Episode 1.
- Big Bad Wannabe: She wants to be a powerful force of evil. Hence why she joined up with Theo at the first opportunity.
- Fangirl: Of evil in general and Team Rocket in particular.
- Number Two: To Theo Malik.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She decided that she wanted to quit to follow Theo in his travels, so Popova instituted a sudden-death battle on the spot between her and Ludwig. Lizzie loses, but she isn't bothered and heads off to catch up with Theo.
- Teens Are Monsters: Or evil-obsessed brats, in any case.
- Tiny Tyrannical Girl: Very much so. Especially as an admin of Team Stain.
Dr. Theo Malik
Steel-TypeTheo is a Steel-type trainer from Hau'Oli City, Alola. His starter Pokémon is a Bronzor. His final team is a Bronzong and a Magneton.
Theo was never actually a contestant, and left immediately after arriving.
- Big Bad: Of Hoenn Havoc.
- The Dreaded: Theo is bad, bad news. Even the most unflappable contestants are unnerved by him.
- Establishing Character Moment: He attempts to land a helicopter on top of a yoga class, burns a pair of shirts, reveals that he's banned from Hoenn, and generally acts like a jerk to everyone. And then he leaves because he was never planning on competing anyway.
- * Even Evil Has Standards: Doesn't like homophobia.
- Jerkass: Immediately establishes himself as this.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: When surrounded by Carol, Douglas, Mishal, Olaf, Ollie and Sky. He knows he's outnumbered and decides to cut his losses and get out.
- Loophole Abuse: It never specified that as the as the selected contestant, he need to present himself as the trainer. Then he was able to get Ludwig to replace him as Ludwig was not only registered to complete but was never properly eliminated based on the rules.
- Mad Scientist: Very, very mad indeed.
- Noodle Incident: He somehow got banned from Hoenn. But was able to get around it thanks to Region Trotters and Ludwig.
- Obviously Evil: It's clear right away that the guy is bad news.
- Outside-Context Villain: He's clearly bad news, but he's operating outside of the competition, so the others can't keep tabs on him.
- Persona Non Grata: He's banned from Hoenn, but used Region Trotters as a loophole to get into the region.