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Professor Sycamore

Appears in: Main Story | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (mentioned) | Solidad Interlude (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2020

The local Pokémon Professor of Kalos. He specializes in Mega Evolution and change.

  • Entertainingly Wrong: He assumes that he got exactly what Froakie tried to tell him about the kind of trainer he was looking for: namely, that he wanted a trainer with experience instead of a rookie. Froakie disagreed.
  • Handsome Lech: From Froakie's inner monologue, he's heavily implied to be this.
  • Hot Scientist: Apparently the female senators and deputies of Kalos think so, since they're always willing to help him economically.


Appears in: Main Story | Cynthia Gaiden (vision) | Clemont Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

Future Gym Leader of Lumiose City, who specializes in Electric-Type Pokémon. Also an aspiring inventor.


Appears in: Clemont Gaiden | Looker Interlude (mentioned) | Lara Gaiden (mentioned) | Pokémon G-Men Interlude (mentioned) | Black Arachnid Gaiden (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Gligarman Interlude (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018 (mentioned)

Clemont and Bonnie's father. By day he's the manager of an electrical appliances store. By night he fights crime in Lumiose as the superhero Blaziken Mask.

  • Action Dad: Is the Blaziken Mask.
  • Adult Fear: No parent would want his child to be kidnapped under his nose.
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: With his Blaziken.
  • Every Man Has His Price: Averted. Despite Lumiose City having a high living cost, when Belmondo offers him a blank check he tears it up, refusing to be bought.
  • Good Parents: Very supportive and protective of his children.
  • Papa Wolf: Belmondo kidnapping his son made him so enraged that he broke his arm, warning him not to try something like that ever again.


Appears in: Main Story | Clemont Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

Clemont's little sister.

Dr. Belmondo

Appears in: Clemont Gaiden

A scientist working for a faction in the T.A.T.O. government whose supporters are wary of a potential attack from the Ranger Nations. Attempts to recruit Clemont for their cause, but when Meyer refuses, he resorts to kidnap him.


Appears in: Astrid Gaiden | Clair Interlude (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

A young trainer from Kalos.

  • Adaptational Wimp: Due to not possessing Mega-Evolution she places at a lower seed than her canon self. Though at the end of her oneshot she is well on her way to obtaining the ability to do so and she is noted as being quite a good battler in the oneshot that it is clear her comparative weakness comes from a lack of Absolite more than anything.
  • Heroic BSoD: Did not take her loss against Vermell well.
  • Mind over Matter: Her Espurr -> Meowstic.
  • Oh, Crap!: She and her Absol have a mutual one when they realize just how much more powerful Vermell's Mega Steelix is compared to the regular one.
  • Panthera Awesome: By the time she reaches the Kalos League, her Litleo has become a Pyroar.
  • Path of Most Resistance: Averted, she did not challenge all eight of the most powerful gyms in Kalos, skipping the Shalour and Snowbelle gyms, which led to her not having experience fighting Mega Evolved Pokemon, leading directly to her loss in the Kalos League. She chastised herself for it afterwards.
  • Playing with Fire: Her Litleo -> Pyroar.
  • Psychic Powers: Her Espurr -> Meowstic.
  • Weapon of Choice: Absol, as per canon.


Appears in: Main Story | Gary Interlude (mentioned) | Astrid Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (cameo) | Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

A well versed Mega-Evolution using trainer. Many young trainers train and stay with her, who refer to her as their grandmother.

  • Badass Teacher: She earned the badass label by winning a league, and agreed to become Astrid's teacher at the end of her oneshot. Combine the tropes together and you get this trope.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Mabel is mentioned in the Gary interlude. She appears in person in the Astrid oneshot.
  • Cool Old Lady: Her (honorary) grandchildren definitely think so.
  • Expy: Her role in Casey Snagem's story makes her one for, of all people, Alain.
  • Never Mess with Granny: She managed to win a major league tournament.
  • Old Master: Mabel is certainly getting on in years, but she must be badass considering she won a major league.
  • Secret Keeper: Along with Freman, that Pendula and Vermell are bloodliners.
  • So My Kids Can Watch: Won the Lumiose Conference because one of her (honorary) grandchildren asked her to.
  • Trickster Mentor: Drake outright picks up she's leaning on the 'mysterious old mentor giving a lesson that the young student doesn't realize' thing, with her interest being teaching him a lesson other than the lesson of strength or love for your Pokemon.


Appears in: Gary Interlude (mentioned)

A trainer from Kalos, and a master of Mega-Evolution.

  • Age Lift: Ambiguously. While his age was never stated in the XY anime, he was shown similarly active as his canon self during Casey Snagem's time, which places him in Reggie's age bracket instead of Ash and Alain's.
  • Expy: His mentioned history in the Gary oneshot makes him one to Sawyer.


Appears in: Main Story | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

A trainer from Kalos who seeks to be the strongest in Mega-Evolution with his Charizard. Was once an assistant to Professor Sycamore.

  • The Cameo: His two first appearances are pretty much this, though the main story one was originally going to be larger before the author decided against it.
  • Only Friend: His Charizard is apparently this to him.
  • Weapon of Choice: His Charizard, as per canon.

Grace Gabena

Appears in: Main Story (cameo) | Oak's Summer Camp Gaiden | Big P Pokémon Race Interlude | Lara Gaiden (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Pokémon (NON) Reset Bloodlines (alternate timeline counterpart) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2020 (mentioned)

Serena's mother, a professional Rhyhorn racer. She tries to enforce this sport on her daughter, which she dreads. Despite this, her only wish is to see her daughter happy, whatever path in life she chooses.

  • Alliterative Name: Grace Gabena.
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: According to Serena, when she gives her one of these, it's never good news. It's what manages to get Serena to stay at Oak's camp.
  • Good Parents: Rhyhorn Racing issues aside, she clearly looks out for her daughter's well-being, and Serena admits in private to Ash that she loves her too.
  • Horse of a Different Color: A professional Rhyhorn racer, and often uses it for transport.
  • Shipper on Deck: She clearly approves of Serena having a relationship with Ash in the near future.

Yvonne "Y" Gabena

Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

Grace's niece and Serena's older cousin. One of Mabel's 'grandchildren', and a Sky Trainer.

  • Blow You Away: Has a Pidgeot capable of using Hurricane.
  • Making a Splash: She's mentioned to have her Croaky from Adventures.
  • Non-Elemental: Her Pidgeot is part Normal-type.
  • One-Letter Name: Nickname, but the principle applies.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's Serena's cousin.
  • Shipper on Deck: Quickly picks up that Serena has a crush on Ash.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Barring hair and eye colors, she's noted to look a lot like Serena.
  • Super Mode: Given that not only Croaky (her Greninja in the Adventures series) was mentioned, but the context he was mentioned in, they likely are able to perform Bond Phenomenon. If her Greninja resembles Ash's entirely or not is undetermined however. Her Pidgeot is also capable of Mega Evolution.


Appears in: Sanpei Interlude | Dude Gaiden (mentioned)

A young ninja who aspires to become the chief of his village in the future. He admires the legends of the Hero Greninja.

Ninja Riot

Appears in: Black Rose Tournament Interlude

A Ninja and thief involved in the Kalosian underworld.

Marilyn Flame

Appears in: Black Rose Tournament Interlude

A Thief involved in the Kalosian underworld.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Steven Interlude (mentioned)

A gigantic immortal from a war 3000 years ago. He wanders in search of his lost Pokemon.

  • The Ageless: Did not age during his 3000+ years life.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Has been wandering for 3000 years.
  • Taking the Bullet: Shields Alain and his Charizard during their part from brutal winter winds. This is not fatal to him because he is immortal.
  • Walking the Earth: He has travelled Kalos and beyond during his long life, and helps or spends time with others on occasion, such as:
    • Shielding Alain and Charizard from a blizzard as mentioned above.
    • Accepting food from Emma and spending time with her when the latter noticed AZ was underfed.
    • Teaching Eve an ancient language.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2019 (mentioned)

A famous producer and former Kalos Queen.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016

A star Pokémon Performer and Kalos Queen.

  • One Steve Limit: Averted. Shares her name with a Ranger from Fall City.
  • Stage Fright: Suffers a bad case of this during a Christmas play, until Palermo comes along.


Appears in: Main Story | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (mentioned) | Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

One of Mabel's 'grandchildren', Corentin traveled to Kanto and taught Otoshi how to access Break Evolution.

  • Badass Bookworm: He's even called a nerd by Drake when he sees him.
  • Super Mode: Teaches Otoshi how to use Break Evolution with his Marowak, and is able to do the technique with his Trevenant.
  • When Trees Attack: His ace Pokemon, Trevenant.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (mentioned) | Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

One of Mabel's 'Grandchildren'.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (mentioned)

One of Mabel's 'Grandchildren', Secret Keeper of Pendula and Vermell. Saw the match between Mabel and Casey Snagem.

  • Secret Keeper: Knows that Pendula and Vermell are bloodliners, along with Mabel.


One of Mabel's 'grandchildren'. The son of a Nurse Joy.

  • Bishōnen: Described as one.
  • The Medic: Being the son of a Nurse Joy, he has plenty of medical knowledge, and is in charge of treating everyone's Pokémon.


Appears in: Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

The keeper of Shalour City's Tower of Mastery and the grandfather of Korrina. He's also well versed in Mega Evolution.

  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: They're quite prominent.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He's old and apparently not many people visit him.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: A firm believer in this, claiming that Evil is inherited. When mentioning a fellow student in his past who went rogue, he says that it was obvious in hindsight due to the man's father having been imprisoned for life. When Drake comes asking him for help, Gurkinn flat out tells him that he won't help unless he's examined the former's family tree and doesn't find a bad apple in the past three generations at least.
  • A Spot Of Tea: He and his Lucario enjoy drinking tea.
  • Super Mode: His Lucario can Mega Evolve, and he used to teach the way to young trainers.
  • Uniqueness Decay: Is concerned that Mega Evolution has become too common and too easy to use by current trainers.

    Kalos Gym Leaders 


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Head Gym Leader Drake Interlude

The Gym Leader of Shalour City, who specializes in Fighting-Type Pokemon. She's knowledgable in Mega-Evolution.


Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 (mentioned) | Astrid Gaiden | Erika Interlude (mentioned)

The Gym Leader of Coumarine City, who specializes in Grass-Type Pokémon. An experienced gardener.


Appears in: Main Story (mentioned)

The Gym Leader of Laverre City, who specializes in Fairy-type Pokémon. She's a Johto-born fashion designer.


Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016

The Gym Leader of Anistar City, who specializes in Psychic-type Pokémon. She's capable of seeing into the future.

  • Mind over Matter: Psychic-type specialist.
  • Psychic Powers: She has them, and specializes in Psychic-types.
  • Seers: She often experiences flashes of possible future events. In the Holiday Special, she experienced several of them involving Ash.


Appears in: Clair Interlude (mentioned)

The Gym leader of Snowbelle City, who specializes in Ice-type Pokémon. He's considered the strongest leader of his type.

  • Combat Pragmatist: Hides his mega stone and keystone from easy sight, catching those unaware of them off guard.
  • Cool Old Guy: He's old, and Clair mentions he's one of the few gym leaders she hasn't been able to beat.
  • Super Mode: Can Mega Evolve his Abomasnow, which cost Clair the closest she ever got to beating him.

    Kalos Elite Four and Champion 


Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Wicke & Nephew Interlude (photo) | Red One Island Interlude | Red Three Island Interlude | Red Four Island Interlude | Red Five Island Interlude

One of Kalos' Elite Four, who specializes in Water-Type Pokémon. A famous chef and also Misty's cousin.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Red from falling into the cold river at the Icefall Cave. Later, he shows up to arrest Deacon at the Team Rocket warehouse on Five Island.
  • Chef of Iron: It comes with being a world class chef and an Elite Four.
  • Making a Splash: Water-type specialist.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the cousin of Misty and her sisters in this continuity.
  • Super Mode: His Gyarados can mega evolve and he can do the same with his Blastoise like in the anime.
  • Supreme Chef: Following in his father's footsteps, if Misty is to be believed.


Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 (mentioned) | Astrid Gaiden (Mentioned) | Clair Interlude (mentioned) | Elite Four Drake Interlude (mentioned) | Red Four Island Interlude (Omake)

One of Kalos' Elite Four, who specializes in Dragon-Type Pokémon.

  • Cool Old Lady: According to Clair, she loves cooking and wouldn't mind helping trainers with their Dragon-types.
  • Defeating the Undefeatable: The only known person to defeat Vermell.
  • The Ghost: Has only been mentioned so far in the main stories, though she did appear in an omake.
  • Silver Vixen: She actually posed for a swimsuit calendar along with other leaders and Elite Four members.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Dragon-type specialist.

Diantha Carnet

Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Pokémon Reset Bloodlines: The Movie - The Fanfiction (acting as Iris) | Red Four Island Interlude (Omake)

Kalos' current Champion, and a famous movie actress.

  • The Gadfly: At least in the Four Island omake, where she ribbed Siebold for his lack of a swimsuit based attire for a water-type specialist.
  • The Ghost: Has yet to make an actual appearance outside omakes
  • Ms. Fanservice: Willingly posed for a swimsuit calendar.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Given the last name Carnet.
  • Noodle Incident: Shes the reason that Charles Goodshow doesn't hold a massive streak of karaoke success.

    Kalos Ancient History Characters 

The Hero Greninja

Appears in: Sanpei Interlude (mentioned in ancient scrolls)

A legendary Greninja whose power was said to be unmatched, and brought an end to an ancient civil war in the Kalos Ninja Village.

  • Heroic Lineage: He sired several successors before departing, and even in the present time, the ninja apprentices are given Froakie partners who descend directly from him.
  • Hero of Another Story: His adventures are legendary among the Kalos ninjas.
  • In Its Hour of Need: It is said that he would return should the village need his help again.
  • Signature Move: Water Shuriken, quite obviously.
  • Super Mode: Strongly hinted to be one of the first (if not the first) Pokemon capable of Bond Phenomenon.


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