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    Sinnoh Recurring Characters 

Mitsumi

Appears in: Main Story (appears in a dream sequence) | Argenta Interlude | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh

Professor Rowan's assistant. Secretly she's a runaway from Team Galactic.


  • Age Lift: In the first chapter of the Spin-Off, Mitsumi's surprised to know that Hareta is actually a little older than her (she has yet to turn 15). In the Diamond And Pearl Adventures manga, she was implied to be a young adult or at least in her late teens.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: First appeared in the Argenta oneshot, is a main character in The Wild Boy from Sinnoh.
  • Foil: She's this to Hareta. She's an experienced Pokémon trainer and has a very analytical mindset for battling. She's also very cynical due to her experiences with Team Galactic, contrasting with his happy-go-lucky nature.
  • Identical Stranger: Resembles Dawn extensively, though the exact reason as to why is unknown.
  • Playing with Fire: Her main Pokémon is her Infernape.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Hareta's Red, being more analytical and cautious than him.
  • Worthy Opponent: Argenta sees her as one when her Infernape ties against her (very powerful) Pachirisu.
  • Younger Than They Look: Is younger than she lets on.

Hareta

Appears in: Main Story (appears in a dream sequence) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 (vision) | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh | Looker Interlude (mentioned) | Kangaskhan Kid Gaiden (mentioned)

A young man from Sinnoh who grew up in the wild, raised by a family of Pokémon and a researcher named Kaisei.


  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: His battling style comes down to this.
  • ¨Calling Your Attacks: When he battles Roark, he's prone to give some of his Pokémon attacks some cool-sounding names, like "Gravity-Powered Double Kick" and "Mega Volcanic Bide".
  • The Empath: He calls his secondary bloodline "Empathy Exchange", and it allows him to transmit his emotions to people and Pokémon.
  • Fish out of Water: Being raised by Pokémon means he's not very good at interacting with other people.
  • Foil: To Mitsumi. While he displays a natural talent to be a Pokémon trainer, he's still very inexperienced when it comes to actual battling. He's a lot more optimistic than Mitsumi, and while he misses his father he's convinced they'll eventually meet again.
  • Making a Splash: Professor Rowan allows him to keep a Piplup as his starter.
  • The Nose Knows: He's able to find his way to Lake Verity by smelling the air.
  • Older Than They Look: Looks younger than the fifteen he is.
  • Pint Sized Power House: Despite his small size, he's strong enough to hold off an Onix with his bare hands
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Mitsumi's blue, being more upbeat and optimistic.
  • Shock and Awe: Catches a Shinx in chapter 3 of his sidestory.
  • Teens Are Short: Extremely short for his age, which is very rare considering he might be amongst Ash's possible half-siblings, who tend to avert this trope.

Professor Rowan

Appears in: Main Story | Argenta Interlude | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh | Maylene Interlude (mentioned) | Lorelei Interlude (cameo, videoconference)

The local professor of Sinnoh region. According to some people, his standards for giving Pokedexes are not as high as other professors.


  • Grumpy Old Man: Downplayed. Due to his expression he might come across as this at first, but he's actually very nice to those who know him.

Johanna Berlitz

Appears in: Johanna Gaiden | Mars Gaiden (mentioned)

A former Coordinator from Sinnoh, and Dawn's mother. Her whereabouts are currently unknown.


  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: As shown in Johanna Gaiden, she's had a rougher life than her canon counterpart.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She mentions not minding if either men or women checked her out, though it is not clearly shown if that means she reciprocates both.
  • Multi-Ethnic Name: Her mother had the maiden name Ayoko Platinum, which combines a Japanese first name with a surname derived from Spanish. It also references Johanna's Japanese name with Dawn's Adventure counterpart
  • Named by the Adaptation: She's given the surname Berlitz.
  • Oh, Crap!: She has this reaction in the championship round of the Grand Festival, after her opponent Mega Evolves their Medicham. Since Mega Evolution is generally used by trainers rather than coordinators, so she's never had a chance to practice dealing with it. It certainly doesn't help that her second Grand Festival loss came from a Mega Evolved Lopunny.
  • Shoot the Shaggy Dog: Despite winning a Grand Festival and getting enough money to get surgeries for her parents, it wasn't enough to save them, and she ended up in serious financial strains afterwards.

Tobias

Appears in: Main Story (Mentioned, and in a Dream Sequence and a vision) | Gary Interlude (Mentioned) | Argenta Interlude (Mentioned) | Clair Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018 (mentioned)

A mysterious trainer who uses Legendary Pokemon. He fought Casey Snagem during his Sinnoh Run and is considered the peak of Sinnoh power creep.


  • Been There, Shaped History: Tobias created Christmas.
  • I Need a Freaking Drink: Tells Clembot to find him a world with rum when he learns that he was the one who created Christmas.
  • Mysterious Past: Lampshaded by Ash's dreams as Ash comments he doesn't even know where the guy is from.
  • Put on a Bus: Tobias in story's current location is unknown, though it is hinted he is off looking for a Celebi. Meaning he's likely lost in the woods somewhere, or flung through time. The latter is confirmed in the Clair Interlude, where it is revealed he is wandering the multiverse as a result.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Everytime he tries, Celebi will fling him across time and space.

Shotaro "Sho" Inazuma

Appears in: Gardenia Interlude | Sho Interlude | Dude Gaiden (mentioned) | Maylene Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Elesa Gaiden

A trainer from Sinnoh who prefers Electric-type Pokémon. Looks up to Volkner and seeks to become a great Electric-type specialist like him by challenging others.


Cheryl

Appears in: Gardenia Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

A treasure seeking young woman and friend of Gardenia.


Koya

Appears in: Looker Interlude (Flash Back) | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh

A young recruit of the International Police, and Looker's partner during their mission in Sinnoh.


  • Berserk Button: Mistreating Pokemon makes him nearly murderously angry.

Kaisei Yamamoto

Appears in: The Wild Boy from Sinnoh (mentioned) | Looker Interlude (mentioned and image on articles)

A young freelance researcher who has collaborated with Pokémon Professors, widely respected thanks to his knowledge about Legendaries.


Zero

Appears in: Looker Interlude (flashback)

The assistant of Prof. Newton Graceland, interested in finding the Distortion World.

Morana

Appears in: Main Story

A Ice-type Trainer from Sinnoh and a former student of the Snowpoint Gym.


Reggie

Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Gary Interlude (mentioned and in photos) | Maylene Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

A former trainer turned breeder from Veilstone City. Paul's older brother.


Professor Carolina

Appears in: Cynthia Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

A veteran Pokémon Researcher. Became Cynthia's mentor after she saved her and her archaeologist team of a hostile Spiritomb.


    Sinnoh Gym Leaders 

Roark

Appears in: The Wild Boy from Sinnoh | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

Oreburgh City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Rock-type Pokémon. Byron's son and grandson of Elite Four member Bertha through his mother Roberta. He also knows Kaiser.


  • The Cavalry: He, his Pokémon and a couple of officer Jennies arrive in time to help Hareta and Mitsumi defeat the remaining Team Galactic grunts.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Rock-type specialist.
  • Fossil Revival: Like in canon, his main Pokémon is Cranidos. And his parents give him an Archen for Christmas.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the grandson of Elite Four member Bertha.

Gardenia

Appears in: Main Story (vision) | Gardenia Interlude | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

Eterna City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Grass-Type Pokémon.


Crasher Wake

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

Pastoria City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Water-Type Pokemon.


Fantina

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

Hearthome City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Ghost-Type Pokemon.


Maylene

Appears in: Sho Interlude (mentioned) | Maylene Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

Veilstone City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Fighting-Type Pokemon.


Byron

Appears in: Main Story (Imagine Spot) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | The Wild Boy from Sinnoh

Canalave City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Steel-Type Pokemon. He's also the father of Orenburgh City's Gym Leader Roark. He likes fossils.


Volkner

Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 | Sho Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Elesa Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

Sunyshore City's Gym Leader, who specializes in Electric-Type Pokemon. He's childhood friends with Elite Four member Flint.


  • The Ace: He's considered the strongest Gym Leader in the Sinnoh region and his win percentage of 97% give some good credentials. Is also handsome, and an accomplished electrical engineer who renovated Sunnyshore City's power grid.
  • Genius Bruiser: Along with the tactical acumen as to be expected of one of the strongest Gym Leaders, he's also an accomplished Electrical Engineer who helped rennovate Sunnyshore's power system.
  • The Grinch: Isn't enthusiastic about Christmas, partly because he feels under-appreciated for the work he does to get Sunyshore ready for the season. Though he grows out of this after training Sho for a while.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Flint.
  • The Mentor: He offers to become this to Sho after their fourth battle, and Sho accepts.
  • Pretty Boy: Elesa referred to him as handsome several times in her gaiden.
  • Red Baron: The Shocking Star from Sunyshore.
  • She's Not My Girlfriend: Denies being attracted to Elesa. Openly at least.
  • Shock and Awe: Electric-type specialist.
  • Took a Level in Cheerfulness: He's a lot happier during the Christmas following his defeat against Sho, even accepting an invitation to have dinner with the Inazuma family.
  • Victory Is Boring: A gym leader with a high win record, and low job satisfaction. Though Sho was able to snap him out of his funk by the end of his Interlude.
  • Worthy Opponent: He sees Elesa as one after defeating her at the Gym Leaders Tournament. He also comes to see Sho as one after he finally defeats him.

    Sinnoh Elite Four and Champion 

Flint Oba

Appears in: Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 | Sho Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 | Elesa Gaiden | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2018

One of Sinnoh's Elite Four, who specializes in Fire-Type Pokemon. He's also childhood friends with Volkner.


Bertha

Appears in: Agatha & Sam Gaiden (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017 (mentioned) | Ghosts of Maiden's Peak Interlude (mentioned)

One of Sinnoh's Elite Four, who specializes in Ground-Type Pokémon.


Cynthia

Appears in: Main Story (mentioned) | Cynthia Gaiden | Mars Gaiden (mentioned) | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2017

Sinnoh's current champion. A passionate treasure hunter and adventurer since she was a child.


    Sinnoh Battle Frontier 

Hall Matron Argenta

Appears in: Argenta Interlude | Reset Bloodlines Holiday Special 2016 (mentioned) | Sho Interlude (mentioned)

A veteran trainer and former Sinnoh champion. Comes out of retirement in response to seeing too many trainers adhering to Smogon tactics in the latest Lily of the Valley tournament.


  • Cool Old Lady: Is 68 and a former Sinnoh champion, several times League Conference winner and runner-up in a Sinnoh Grand Festival. She's so skilled even now that she defeats 399 trainers in a tournament using only a Pachirisu.
  • Glory Seeker: Self-admitted, though it's more about trying new things and having adventure and excitement in her life.
  • Jerkass Realization: She organizes a tournament in response to too many trainers using Smogon tactics in the latest Sinnoh Conference, due to the lack of variety and thinking of them as Stop Having Fun, Guys. At the end, she realizes she has been trying to force her own views on Pokémon training on everyone, and decides to approach the problem in a more friendly manner, by creating the Battle Hall.
  • Killer Rabbit: More like squirrel. Argenta's Pachirisu is skilled enough to defeat a freaking Garchomp, and that's just the beginning of her day.
  • Never Mess with Granny: See above.
  • Red Baron: By the time of the Sho Interlude, she's already taken the title of "Hall Matron".
  • Retired Badass: She had retired after a lifetime of adventure, but comes back to create the Battle Hall.
  • Scrub: invoked She was disgusted by the little variety she saw at the latest Lily of the Valley conference, but after meeting Mitsumi, she realised her initial methods were too harsh and decided to tackle the issue from a friendlier approach.
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