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EWWYPPP ("Eeyup", "Eunice")

A rancher from New Bark Town. It's theorized that like most of the residents of Johto, she's lost her true name, and is referred to by her Verbal Tic, though certain lore says her name is Eunice.

  • Farm Girl: Depicted as such, with a sprite based off of the Cowgirl trainer class from Generation IV.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Sold off unique equipment to have money for Potions and put her journey on hold to go back to Moo Moo Farms to save the sick Miltank.
  • Verbal Tic Name: Theorized to have also been affected by whatever stole everyone's names.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Is depicted as having wrestled her starter to win it over.


JRJII. (Giovanni Jr., Georgie)

EWWYPPP's rival.

  • Daddy's Little Villain: He's portrayed as having a closer relationship with Giovanni than past incarnations of Silver.
  • Villain Decay: When faced in Azalea Town, he was a serious threat. In the Goldenrod Tunnel, he was still a threat, but was defeated quicker than in Azalea. By Victory Road, he beat EWWYPPP's already-weakened party on the first encounter and then lost the very next time.

Johto Gym Leaders

  • Took a Level in Badass: Applies to most of them, as most of them required more attempts to beat for EWWYPPP than they did for AJ, Aooo, or Evan.

The Leader of Violet Gym. His Flying-type team required 7 attempts to beat, making him the first non-Rock-type leader of a first Gym to make the Wattson Rankingsnote 

The Leader of Azalea Gym, wielder of Bug-types. Required 10 tries to defeat, compounded by having the door to his gym guarded by JRJII who required 12 to beat.

  • Ambiguously Evil: May be an OLDEN worshipper.
  • Jerkass: Was the original "Jerkstore" in Trollkitten's lore, laughing at the Voices for getting walled out by JRJII's Chikorita, for their failures at catching Heracross, and for releasing the first shiny Ekans.

The Leader of Goldenrod Gym. Her Normal-types were handled with relative ease.


The Leader of Ecruteak Gym, nominally a Ghost-type Gym.

  • Badass Decay: Not he himself, but his gym, which EWWYPPP solved in anarchy at one point. However, he still took long enough to receive a WAHA ranking despite being one of just three Johto Gym Leaders to not receive a proper Wattson ranking.
  • Jerkass: Not to the same levels as Bugsy, but there.

The Ice-type leader of Mahogany Gym. Took an impressive 14 attempts to defeat, which at the time was tied for 6th among non-Elite Four trainers in the Wattson Rankings.

The "Fighting"-type Gym Leader of Cianwood Gym. Took 7 attempts to defeat.

The Steel/God-type Gym Leader of Olivine Gym. Took just 5 attempts to defeat, tied with Morty for second-fewest in Johto.

  • Friends With The Pantheon: Since Steel-types are at a premium in Generation II, half of her team was comprised of Omastar, Kabutops, and Aerodactyl, the Gen I Fossil Gods.

The "Dragon"-type leader of Blackthorn Gym. Her party contained two actual Dragon-types (Dragonite and Kingdra), two dragon-like Pokémon (Charizard and Gyarados), and two...Always Female Pokémon (Nidoqueen and Kangaskhan), giving her a team with very few overlapping weaknesses. As a result, she shot into the upper echelons of the Wattson and WAHA Rankings.

  • Dishing Out Dirt: While she only had one actual Ground-type, three of her Pokémon knew Earthquake, severely limiting the usefulness of Magneton (which nonetheless was placed in the lead spot because she always started the battle with Gyarados).
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: 7 different types represented at least once on her team, with no type appearing more than three times.
  • Took a Level in Badass: As one poster put it, "She's stronger than Wattson now?" Yeah, she is. It took 26 attempts over the course of just over 22 hours to defeat her, giving her over two-thirds of a WAHA and a rating of 1.13 Wattsons, just the second individual trainer to break the 1-Wattson barrier after Branch Chief Faba in Waning Moon.

Elite Four

The Poison-type member of the Elite Four. Only half his team were Poison-type. He took two attempts to initially defeat.

The Fighting-type member of the Elite Four. Usually the butt monkey of many a joke on TPP.

  • Took a Level in Badass: Usually he is the easiest E4 member to defeat, but this version of Bruno took 8 attempts to defeat first time! He defeated EWWYPPP a total of 13 times.
  • Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing: The first time Bruno was fought, he managed to win without landing a single blow, due to Koga wiping out all bar 1 of the team and leaving that survivor with a damaging status condition.

The Psychic-type member of the Elite Four. Usually the first E4 member faced, but he got promoted. He was defeated in 3 attempts.

The Dark-type member of the Elite Four. She was defeated in a single attempt.

The "Dragon"-type champion. He was defeated in a single attempt. Much like his cousin Clair, his team of dragons contains only 2 actual Dragon-types: Dragonite and Kingdra. It also contains three pseudo-dragons: Aerodactyl, Charizard and Gyarados, and a Kangaskhan.

Kanto Gym Leaders

"Rock-type" Gym Leader of Pewter City, he fought with only two Rock-types, though one of his non-Rock-types was a Steelix. Defeated in 2 attempts.

The Mob's favorite Lust Object as always, the Water-type Gym Leader of Cerulean City. Narrowly defeated on the second attempt.

Psychic-type gym leader of Saffron City. Defeated in two attempts.

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"Electric-type" Gym Leader of Vermillion City, he only had three Electric-types. Defeated in two attempts.

"Grass-type" Gym Leader of Celadon City; only had three Grass-types. Took four attempts to defeat.

  • Took a Level in Badass: Her record against all prior hosts was 2-9 (2-10 if you count her Rijon expy going down in one try). So, yeah, 3 wins before finally losing might not seem like much, but it's a serious step up. Also, note that those two wins came in games where she was randomized to another type—she'd never beaten the hosts as a Grass-type Gym Leader.

"Poison-type" Gym Leader of Fuchsia City. Only three of her Pokémon were actually Poison-types. Took 4 attempts to defeat.

  • Ninja: As per canon. Interestingly enough, her Gym still appeared to have an exit door, which gyms in this hack lack; it was never tested to see if it actually worked or not, but the assumption was that it was yet another ninja trick.
  • Stone Wall: Her Umbreon had the moveset Double Team/Rest/Toxic/Confuse Ray, plus a Mint Berry to instantly wake up after one Rest. A trainer in Erika's gym used a similar tactic with an Umbreon.

Fire-type Gym Leader of Cinnabar Island. Only four of the six were actually fire-types, but the two oddballs still had Fire-type moves. Took 5 attempts to defeat.

Gym Leader of Viridian City. Took four tries to defeat.


    Final Boss 


The final boss of the game, encountered atop Mt. Silver. Former champion of the Johto Region in Pokémon Crystal TPP Edition.

  • Olympus Mons: Uses a team featuring Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, and Mew, along with Lapras and Snorlax.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Azure has the honor of being the only Final Boss in the entirety of TPP history to force the Mob into using Democracy in order to beat her. You read that right: she was so hard that the Mob had to lower the difficulty just to stand a fighting chance, and she still came within a hair's breadth of blacking out the Mob at the absolute climax of the fight (only 1 Pokemon left on each team, both of them with only 5% health remaining).
  • Honor Before Reason: Cruelly averted. Disgusted with what they considered as cheating to win against her, the Mob went back in time to try and beat her the "true" way. They failed.
  • The Dreaded: Simply put, Azure is impossible to defeat in Anarchy.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Again, four legendary Pokémon including Mew.
  • Unexpected Character: Most people expected either Red with his canon team or a past host to be the final boss.



YZZZQQQC the Feraligatr (Gator)

EWWYPPP's starter, a Totodile. The Mob wanted a Chikorita as they had never used one before. Often depicted as a ranch hand to go along with his trainer.

  • The Unfavorite: "Kill the Croc" chants are more common than ever, since they'd already used Feraligatr twice before and eventually wound up with another Water-type that can also deal out STAB Ice-type damage.
    • Turned around after he learned Earthquake and became the MVP against Blaine's Gym, where Sunny Day spam weakened Water-type moves.


HHHIIIIHGH the Furret (High)

A female Sentret captured on Day 1. She evolved into Furret late on Day 2.

  • Com Mons: As per TPP Tradition, a first-route Com Mon becomes the most beloved member of the team.
  • Genki Girl: Depicted as really hyperactive, though that might not be entirely natural.
  • Non-Elemental: Throughout most of the run, her attacks were exclusively or primarily Normal-type just like her. Eventually learned Shadow Ball by TM in preparation for the Elite Four.
  • Orbital Bombardment: One of the many interpretations of "high" involves her being an astronaut. Her Return, then, is depicted as returning from space, smashing her spaceship into the opponent.
  • Status Effects: Victory with her was largely a matter of luck, as her two best moves were Headbutt, which causes flinching, and Slash, which has a high Critical Hit chance.
  • The Stoner: Her initial depiction as a Sentret. After evolving into Furret and defeating Whitney by outspeeding and repeatedly causing her dreaded Miltank to Flinch, however, she's been recharacterized as being an amphetamine abuser.
  • Use Your Head: Headbutt was seen as her signature move. In the preparation for the Elite Four, she learned the more powerful Return, which took over the first moveslot, but she still has Headbutt in her arsenal.


::::;n;;pk- the Magneton (npr, Pekay, Sadneton, Mags/Magnet)

A Magnemite captured on Day 3, initially without a nickname. Evolved into Magneton on Day 4.

  • Determinator: When a troll input got through in the 14th attempt at Pryce, switching it from Thunderbolt to Thundershock (at a point where spamming Thunderbolt, the first move, would've provided a narrow victory), Magneton responded by landing a critical hit to win it anyway.
  • The Eeyore: Depicted as constantly crying.
  • Shock and Awe: Three of its four moves have Electric-type STAB, including keeping the weak Thundershock long beyond its usefulness.
  • Unperson: After receiving its nickname, the updater bot registered it as having been released (since the exact nickname was no longer there), and team updates no longer showed it as being a party member, instead showing EWWYPPP as having only 5 Pokémon in her party. This had to be fixed manually.

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WWww y the Dewgong (Why)

A male Seel caught late on Day 3. Evolved into Dewgong on Day 4.

  • Brick Joke: As early as FireRed, trolls claimed that there was a high-level Dewgong in the PC in an attempt to get people to use the PC and cause releases. 3 seasons and 21 runs later, there is finally a Dewgong in the party...and he's still being used to try to get people to the PC, as his tankiness and superior Special Attack in a generation where physical/special was determined solely by move type means that his presence makes Feraligatr redundant on the team.
  • Forced Transformation: The updater bot briefly believed he had become Magneton.
  • An Ice Person/Making a Splash: All four of his moves match one of his two types, two for each type.
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: Inverted. He wishes he was still a Seel.


OOOOOOPOOO the Exeggutor (Eggs, Poo, Tree, Mr. Oppo)

A female Exeggcute caught at the start of Day 4 and evolved later that day.

  • Kryptonite Is Everywhere: Weak to 7 out of the 17 types and unable to do even neutral damage to an eighth.
  • The Load: Because of the above and because her best Psychic-type move is Confusion while her Grass-type moves are the low-PP Giga Drain and the two-turn Solarbeam.
    • Later replaced Solarbeam with Psychic, but still considered a weak link of the team due to her many weaknesses.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Or nickname, in this case. Called *Mr.* Oppo despite being female.
  • Sadist: Specifically based on the Dragon Ball Z Abridged version of Mr. Popo.


- the Magmar (Minus)

A female Magmar caught on Day 4.

  • Kryptonite Is Everywhere: Specifically the ubiquitous Earthquake, which kept her from doing much of anything during the struggle against Clair. Even Tree was assigned to Leech Seed Kingdra to counter its Leftovers/Rest stalling; Magmar's contributions consisted of occasionally finishing off Kangaskhan when High wasn't able to do so herself.
  • No Name Given: Her first piece of dedicated lore suggests that she, too, has forgotten her real name.
  • Playing with Fire: 3 of her 4 moves have STAB despite her being a single-typed Pokémon.