9'l (9/11, Nigel, Niles, Lionel)The protagonist of the run. A boy who recently moved from the Kanto Region to Alola, and unfortunately (for us, not for him) saddled with the Voices. Seems to love riding Pokemon.
- A Fool and His New Money Are Soon Parted: The boy has a tough time dealing with money. He can earn some by winning battles, but just as often he'll waste money on buying things he needs and discarding them, or losing battles and either dropping his money or paying it to the winner. Many times has he gone through this journey with empty pockets.
- Badass Bookworm: He likes to read the Ride manuals thoroughly, and many a battle has him look up his team's moves more than once. On Day 4, he even changes his online quote to "Very educational".
- Becoming the Mask: The spy story line follows Nigel as he investigates Alola for a mission, with his physical appearance being a persona given for the task. By the end of it, it seems like he's gotten somewhat attached to the role, only changing his hair color from his disguise while reforging the identity for himself.
- Butt-Monkey: When your team fluctuates enough to the point where you can be beaten by a Team Skull grunt, you know you have to be this.
- Character Tics: He tends to check the Poke Ride app a lot, even when he's indoors. If not that, he'll look at the Poke Ride manuals a couple of times.
- Covert Pervert: If his bumping into Olivia's chest for a couple of minutes isn't accidental.
- Did Not Get the Girl: Lillie ends up leaving him behind to care for her mother Lusamine.
- Did Not Think This Through: Like most protagonists, he has trouble thinking clearly. However, his case gets a little weirder, by giving Pokemon items that shouldn't given to them in the first place, such as giving Magnemite Firium Z.
- Exposed to the Elements: When he climbs Mount Lanakila, he's just wearing his usual t-shirt and capris. Doesn't matter that he doesn't wear a hat or any other warm clothes.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: Gets blond cornrows after beating the Elite Four and finishing the main story. One comic suggests that that's how he actually looks◊, but he later changes it to his starting hairstyle with bright pink hair.
- Fanboy: In some lore, of the Voices, just like Jimmy C was.
- Friend to Bugs: He's had quite a few Bug types on his teams, and his Championship team had half of the lineup consist of Pokemon that also had Bug typing (Bieber, Rosh, and Ribomber).
- Heroic BSoD: If the monochrome glitching wasn't caused by Mimikyu, then Nigel very likely had one while he was in the abandoned convenience store. He snaps out of it with some assistance from Ribombee.
- He may have done this again during the Champion fight the first time around; since he's only reduced to SE and 66, who fainted after Lycanroc defeats her in the former's case and had used up all the PP of its strongest move and had quite a bit of its health chipped away in the latter's case, Nigel's last two turns were spent frantically looking through the item bag and looking at the profiles of his teammates before properly commanding a technique to 66.
- Horse of a Different Color: The Poke Ride function lets him ride certain Pokemon in cases where HMs would be needed, but because of the nature of the run he ends up using them just as often as he walks. In the beginning he favored his trusty Tauros or Stoutland, but in the later sections he defaults to either Mudsdale or Machamp.
- Iconic Outfit: His riding gear, given that he wears it just about as often as his default clothes.
- Important Haircut: He tried to get one early in the run, but the resulting haircut make his hair look exactly as it did before he went to the salon.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: By the end of the main story, he starts to develop this mindset because of his constantly fluctuating team. He eventually gets his wish with his Champion team. Most of it, anyway.
- Irony: The region he's moved to places huge emphasis on the fact that he needs to bond with his Pokemon, but due to the nature of the game he can't do this at all.
- Jerkass: He could be considered one, given the fact that he replaces his Pokemon without a second thought in this run, and it's treated as not much of a big deal. The "Nigel is a spy" camp believes this is because he's not allowed to make bonds with his Pokemon for assignments, only keeping them as close as they need to be.
- The Magnificent: In some lore, he refers to himself as "Nigel the Great".
- Naïve Newcomer: Can be interpreted this way. He makes a lot of mistakes rookie trainers would, and some people figure that he sets off on his journey with the mindset that he could be a cool Mob hero. His problem is that he doesn't quite know how to coordinate his team in whatever form it may take, and he has to lose many times before getting a successful, decisive victory.
- Near-Death Experience: The Mimikyu incident is this. Explained in No One Could Survive That! below.
- The Nondescript: The reason given for his default outfit being used in some lore. He needs to blend in with the locals, so he went with the most neutral physical appearance for the job.
- No One Could Survive That!: Some lore has Nigel looking under Mimikyu's disguise as the cause of the random glitching and the monochrome background during the Mimikyu fight. Canon has it that anyone who looks at Mimikyu's true form dies from shock. It's implied that he only survived with side effects due to the Mob's influence.
- Not in This for Your Revolution: As Kukui is made out to be a man on the path of a political uprising in this run, Nigel is more often than not just traversing Alola and beating the Kahunas because the Voices want him to.
- Not So Stoic: He barely emotes at all in cutscenes, leaving some with the impression that he's about as cold as Napoleon. That said, he has a tantrum during Molayne's fight, he gets panicky and has a near meltdown during the Ghost Trial, and seems to let his victories get the better of his judgement, which he doesn't realize until it's too late.
- Pals with Jesus: He may owe some of his success to the fact that he has the regional legendary, a depowered Zyguarde, and what is effectively an Olympus Mon in terms of strength from another dimension on his team in the post-game.
- Perpetual Smiler: All cutscenes have him with a very neutral smile on his face. It really shows how distant he is with the rest of the characters.
- Pride: He might have a bit of this in some lore, as it is this trait that made him foolishly try to look under Mimikyu's disguise and almost kill himself. Most lore has him being too overconfident because of his status as The Chosen One.
- Recurring Element: Yet another boy chosen when the Mob wanted a girl.
- Red Baron: Known under his call sign "Bright Eyes" as an agent in FlaggTPP's lore.
- Renaissance Man: May be shaping up to be this, much like Green and N before him. Because of his rapidly fluctuating team, it leads him to have to learn everyone's strengths and weaknesses, and at times he has teams of completely differing types.
- Teen Superspy: Or Child Superspy. Whichever the case, some lore has him as an agent either investigating the political turmoil of Alola or researching the Ultra Beasts. In this case, he works for the Rangers' Union.
- The Strategist: Losing multiple battles gives him the chance to reassess his approach with battles and decide how he's going to bring out his team. It becomes especially apparent during the Elite Four run, where you see him come up with the best possible battle route to take for his team to win without all of them dying first, and the fact that he starts giving his Pokemon advantages.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: Canon has his contact lenses set at yellow, which also helps emphasize the fact that the Mob is controlling him. Lore flips this around; the yellow eyes are his natural eye color (which is the source of his "Bright Eyes" call sign), and the grey eyes he starts with were just contacts he used for a disguise.
- Too Dumb to Live: During the Elite Four run, where after he finally gets done with challenging them, he refuses to heal any of his Pokemon or revive the fainted ones before going on to challenge the Champion.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Throughout the whole Ghost Trial, Nigel seemed way more reluctant than he did at all the others. He kept running back and forth from the entrance, he's reluctantly taking Ghost pictures, and the stream blacked out a couple of times while he was doing it. He may have begun to get over his fear, since he immediately decides to jump back into the convenience store to go capture Pokemon after the Trial ended.
- Anti-Climax: His Championship battle against Nigel should have been more challenging, but after 66 learns Outrage it ends up sweeping Hau's whole team.
- Beware the Nice Ones: One of the nicest people in the game, but his Raichu packs a wallop.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: In his late-game fight, Incineroar ends up taking out Nebby. Should have seen this coming, given Nebby's Weaksauce Weakness to Fire.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Some lore treats him like an annoying friend to Nigel, and at the very least Gladeon doesn't take to him at first.
- Friendly Rivalry
- I Let You Win: Becomes the new Champion of Alola during Nigel's second Elite Four sweep, though it might have just been a case of this trope, as Nigel only had Buzzwole and 66 out on his team, and both were heavily injurednote . He may have picked up a thing or two from Red.
- Just a Kid: He might be treated like this in the lore narrative. Nigel outright calls him "gullible", and when time comes to leave the Aether Foundation following the encounter with UB-01, Wicke gives Nigel a TM while she simply gives Hau some malasada.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Horribly so. He either doesn't know or doesn't care that Nigel's the new Host, he's kept in the dark about Kukui's plans, and he wasn't aware of the family situation with Lillie until it was plot relevant.
- Nice Guy: Easily one of the nicest of the rivals.
- Overshadowed by Awesome: The boy can match Nigel beat for beat in his challenging of the Kahunas and the Elite Four, and even made it so far as to have a champion defense battle with Nigel once Nigel won the League. But then again, his rival is the current Host with Pokemon of a far higher level than his, and one of his friends grows confident and strong and held the adolescent form of the regional legendary.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Malasada.
- But Now I Must Go: Bids everyone goodbye before heading off to Kanto.
- Deuteragonist: While it is Nigel's story we're playing, ultimately a lot of the conflict and direct connections to the plot come from her, since she's the sister of Gladion and the daughter of Lusamine and a lot of her backstory has to do with some late-game revelations. And ultimately, she leaves Alola in order to take care of Lusamine, but also to talk with Bill, cementing this.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: She puts her hair up in a ponytail instead of hanging it down later into the game.
- Lust Object: After she went away, there had been some input from the Mob implying she's this in addition to a standard love interest, making her the closest thing to the "WE NEED TO MILK [X]" person in this run.
- Muggle Foster Parents: To Cosmog/Solgaleo. Lillie dubs Nigel as the "father".
- Pals with Jesus: Her Cosmog turns out to have grown into Solgaleo near the end of the game.
- Adaptational Villainy: Nothing in the original game suggests that he's swaying towards the path of evil, or even contemplating it. However, because of his ambitions to make a League, some Lore presents him as a man trying to benevolently take over Alola.
- Affably Evil: Though his goals are questionable in some lore, he's a genuinely friendly guy.
- Ambiguously Evil: His ultimate plans in some lore equate to one person becoming the most powerful Pokemon trainer in the world. But other than that, he's an all around good fellow and cares deeply about Alola, so he's a bit of a tough nut to crack.
- Anti-Villain: A definite Type 1, according to some lore.
- The Chessmaster: Nigel's swamping of the Kahunas, the Trials, and the enemy teams (Skull and The Aether Foundation) are helping his plans move along quite nicely, with he himself rarely lifting a finger.
- Final Boss: He's the champion of the Alolan Pokemon League.
- Happily Married: To Burnet. Crosses into Unholy Matrimony in some lore, considering that she's in on his plans and helps him throughout it.
- The Professor
- Villain with Good Publicity: Just like Guzma, he wants to take over the Alola region. But unlike him, he wants to do it by using Nigel to help take down the Kahunas, who all represent the old ways of Alola.
- Visionary Villain: At least in FlaggTPP's lore.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: It's a miracle he even wears the labcoat.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Everything he does is for the sake of a better, improved Alola region.
Ribombe r44 the Ribombee (Rainbowbee, Ribomber, Miracle Bee)A male Cutiefly fished out from the PC. Evolves into a Ribombee. Part of Nigel's Champion Team.
- Affectionate Nickname: Whatever the case for his in-lore name, he's usually affectionately referred to as "Bee" in the stream.
- Agent Peacock: He's one of the party leaders, but has the abilities of Draining Kiss and Dazzling Gleam in addition to a fabulous looking scarf. He even held a Silk Scarf for a time before switching to other items.
- Big Good: Some missionaries of the Fossil Pantheon came to Alola...
- Dude Looks Like a Lady
- Everything's Better with Sparkles: Starts holding Stardust in the late game. Dazzling Gleam is a more violent version of this trope.
- Fairy Companion: From the Ghost Trial onwards. Sometimes Nigel likes to interact with him during Pokemon Refresh, and he definitely helped out Nigel when he was in his funk during the Trial.
- Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: When the world went into monochrome following the Mimikyu fights, the colors were restored and the stream went back up when Nigel interacted with Ribombee in Pokemon Refresh. It's implied that he finally took Nigel out of his funk.
- Kiss of Death: Knows Draining Kiss. Very rarely does it actually KO a Pokemon though, in a lot of cases getting them into the red.
- Life Drain: See above.
- One-Man Army: On the thirtieth run of the Elite 4, he swept Hala's entire team by himself. Dazzling Gleam is a deadly weapon.
- Scarf of Asskicking: His brown scarf. Had a nicer looking Silk Scarf before it was taken from him.
3 "" ☃︎) % the FearowA Fearow Nigel caught in the mid-game. Part of Nigel's Champion Team.
- Bash Brothers: With ccFearow before cc got boxed.
- This Is a Drill: Knows the moves Drill Peck and Drill Run.
- No Name Given: Everyone else effectively got nicknames, but even though he's one of the mainstays, he never got a legible or coherent one beyond the name he's given.
- The Unfavorite: May be considered this, since he's the only one on the team without a proper nickname.
- You Have Researched Breathing: Finally learns Fly in place of Assurance. But then he forgets the move in place of Drill Peck.
KMRR WWL Nn the Solgaleo (Nebby)The game legendary, revealed to be Lillie's Cosmog after it's grown. Given to Nigel in the post-game by her. Part of Nigel's champion team.
- But Now I Must Go: He was the only one on the team that was traded after Hau's Champion run.
- Fluffy the Terrible: All powerful legendary Pokemon, given a cutesy nickname by a little girl.
- Tragic Keepsake: Nebby is the only thing that remains of Lillie's relationship with Nigel when she leaves for Kanto. Fat lot of good that did, seeing as that he's the only one on the team that Nigel traded after the second Elite Four sweep.
- Use Your Head: Its Zen Headbutt move does seem to come in handy. During the fight with Hala's Bewear, it kept headbutting him until he went down for the count.
beb r the Buzzwole (Bieber)A Buzzwole, and one of the many Ultra Beasts running around in the Alola region. Caught in the Post-game.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: Tough, large, heavy, and resembles a giant mosquito.
- Named After Somebody Famous: His "Bieber" nickname.
- Pec Flex: Does this in his idle animations. When the bot broke during a fight with another Buzzwole, a couple of minutes went by where they did nothing but flex at each other.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His Z-Move, All Out Pummeling. He gets to use it every so often.
- Rated M for Manly: Has many Physical attacks, is overly muscular, and flexes every chance that it can get. And it's not even male, technically!
66 the Zygarde (Route 66, Zydoge, Deku, Dekudoge)The Zygarde pieces Nigel collected combined in order to make Zygarde 10%. Resembles a dog. Part of Nigel's Championship team.
- 11th-Hour Superpower: At the climactic E4 rematch battle against Hau, Zygarde reached level 80 and learned Outrage, and it proceeded to use the new move to sweep Hau's team.
- Scarf Of Ass Kicking: The green bit of matter on its neck does resemble a constantly flowing one.
- Signature Move: Thousand Arrows seems to be its favorite.
SE the Raticate (Super Effective)An Alolan Ratatta that evolved into a Raticate. Part of Nigel's Champion team.
- Irony: Any time she goes down to an attack that's super effective against her, given her community name.
- This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Usually she'd be fodder when picked, but in the late game she's especially useful against Acerola's team in the Elite 4 run, since 3 of her moves are Dark-type and they're all Super Effective on Ghost-types, especially with a Darkanium Z crystal in hand.
- Two Girls to a Team: Along with Ariados on Nigel's Champion team.
!!!yg''l'v the Popplio (Yugi, Love, Yugi Love)9'l's starter. Due to the new catching/party mechanics, was accidentally boxed in hour 1 of the run, but retrieved roughly 21 hours later, only to go away again.
z333rrrrvr33 the Lillipup (ZergPuppy, Z33r33)A Lillipup captured with a vacancy in the party on Day 2.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Captured right after the boxing of fellow Lillipup !!5dtll.
!!zyvvv bbry the Butterfree (Godpie/Godpod (before fully evolving), Berry, Zygarde Baby, Savvy Breezy)A female Caterpie captured on Route 1 who quickly became the favorite of the mob.
- History Repeats: Some people jokingly called her Butterbae 2.0 when she was first captured, and sure enough, she was one of the most competent Pokémon early on and managed to survive the Day 1 shuffles.
- Put on a Bus: Well, most of them, anyway. She was boxed near the end of Day 1 in favor of a freshly caught Mudbray.
- You Don't Look Like You: A glitch in the .org showed her as a Beautifly rather than a Butterfree shortly after she evolved.
AbraAn Abra that was in the party for much of Day 1.
- Not Allowed to Grow Up: Like many TPP mons, except Abra is useless without evolving. This led to its boxing.
LedybaA male Ledyba captured on Route 1. Boxed when GrubbinUu66 was captured.
YungoosA Yungoos captured to give the party a halfway decent Pokémon after !!!yg''l'v was accidentally boxed. Eventually boxed, but came back during an attempt to get rid of Abra in favor of Yugi Love.
- Commuting on a Bus: Has moved in and out of the party multiple times.
- Femme Fatale: If she's not using her grass-type moves, she ends up using Sweet Kiss or Wrap instead in order to disarm her opponents, which tend to have better long-term effects. Sweet Kiss later was replaced with Sweet Scent, but the trope still applies.
- Signature Move: She seems to love using Petal Blizzard.
Bouncee the SteeneeA Bounsweet captured on Day 2. Evolves into a Steenee on Day 3.
- Badass Adorable: Even if she's not supposed to have Fightinium Z, it does emphasize how determined she is at points.
- Dance Battler: In a lot of her fights, she ends up using the Teeter Dance move at least once. Occasionally she'll use Rapid Spin as well.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Bouncee cannot evolve into Tsareena until she learns the move Stomp and levels up with it in tow. The time she actually does level up and was given Stomp, the chat accidentally threw it out.
kkk66"6 the MeowthAn Alolan Meowth.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: She can't do much more than claw her way to victory with Scratch and Fury Swipes, since her only other moves are Growl and Fake Out. Though Fake Out has its own uses...
- Boomerang Bigot: All of the other "kkk" Pokémon that Nigel caught were Normal-types, which are represented by the color white. While regular Meowth are also Normal-types, as an Alolan Meowth, she's a Dark-type—represented by the color black.
- Not Allowed to Grow Up: In both cases here she was given the chance to evolve into Alolan Persian after falling unconscious, she was denied it. She looked particularly upset after the battle, though it could also be because she was poisoned and hurt as well.
- Team Normal: Has only Normal type moves in her arsenal, much to her detriment.
3 3 6g the GolbatA Zubat. Later evolves into a Golbat after he's been knocked out.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: One battle with a Fearow ended up with him trying to lower its guard by using Confuse Ray on it. Unfortunately, the Fearow also knew Mirror Move, which let it shoot Confuse Ray right back at 3 3, leading to his eventual downfall in battle.
- Traumatic Superpower Awakening: Of a sort. He was set to evolve after a wild Pokemon battle, but the chat kept accidentally pressing B. Only after the entire Party had been knocked out did he evolve into a Golbat.
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cccc55gg111f the KadabraAn Abra caught after a near party purge that evolved into a Kadabra.
- Commuting on a Bus: It comes back for the Molayne battle and the Ghost Trial, but after a while it just gets sent back into the PC.
⤵︎!?ro s!h the Ariados (Rosh, Bob Ross)An Ariados caught during the Ghost Trial. Joins the Champion Team, but is boxed after he wins.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: Is the Pokemon equivalent to a giant spider.
- Gender-Blender Name: The "Bob Ross" nickname, given that she's female.
- Put on a Bus: Gets put into the PC during the Post-game, and is replaced with Buzzwole.
- The Smurfette Principle: When she was first implemented into a team, she was the only girl there (yes, Ribombee is a boy). After SE came in the Elite Four run, it became a case of Two Girls to a Team.
B-List PokémonPokémon with little impact on the run.
Pikipek9'l's first capture, a Pikipek.
Yungoos (Melania Trump)
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- Gender-Blender Name: Male Lillipup with essentially the same name as a female NPC.
- Ship Tease: Aw, how cute, he named an adorable puppy after her!
- We Named the Monkey "Jack": More or less shares a name with Lillie.
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!!!3rtt8yyyh the Grubbin
Mudbra22243 the Mudbray
- Scunthorpe Problem: Its initial name was vetoed due to having the string "xxx" (actually xxxx). It also wasn't allowed to be finalized at Mudbra222433 for some reason, yet deleting the second 3 made it acceptable.
Unknown PikipekA Pikipek released on Day 2. Most people thought that the Pikipek that was in the party at the time was the one that was released, so when that was conclusively disproven as it was still in the party, the Mob instead thought that the recently-deposited Lillipup was released. This, too, was disproven, showing that it was probably a boxed Pikipek.
MagnemiteA Magnemite that was in the party for much of the second half of Day 1. Boxed in the attempt to bring back Popplio, being replaced by Trump.
- The Bus Came Back: Was put into the PC for a time, but was fished out for the Molayne fight. Eventually leads into a Bus Crash.
- Stone Wall: Against Molayne once Nigel and co. finally fish it out of the PC. Since the party mostly had to deal with Steel Types in addition to a Rock type pokemon, Magnemite had the only real chance of holding its own against Skarmory and Metang, especially given its Electrical typing.
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!!5dtll the LillipupA female Lillipup captured early on Day 2, sending Yugi Love back to the PC. Traded for a Bounsweet four hours later.
- Back from the Dead: Thought to have been released, but was still found alive.
- Scunthorpe Problem: Like Mudbra22243, her name originally had the string "xxxx" and couldn't be confirmed until this was changed.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Boxed after only two hours and thought to have been released, which was only disproven when she was traded two hours after that.
- Adaptational Heroism: They were able to take down a PC.
- Butt-Monkey: All of the top brass in the organization only need one fight with Nigel to lose. All of them.
- Hidden Depths: You'd be surprised at how much insight the Grunts have with each other. Two female Grunts reaffirm their sense of self worth in relation to the other, and one Grunt starts to wax contemplative on their state of mind.
- Laughably Evil: To an extent. The way they treat Gladeon is pretty deplorable.
- The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized: Turns out their goal is to overthrow Alola in this game. Problem is, they're horribly incompetent at it.
- The Reveal: It turns out Guzuma and Team Skull are working for the Aether Foundation, and Gladeon is the runaway brother of Lillie.
- Warrior Poet: Quite of few of them are philosophers, which makes their state of headquarters even sadder to look at.
- Archnemesis Dad: More like Archnemesis Mom, in the cases of Gladeon and Lillie.
- Fanboy: They might just be ones to the Voices as well, given the fact that some of their employees have Pokemons evolutionary lines of Pokemon the Mob had at certain points.
- Obliviously Evil: The workers' hearts are all in the right place, and they genuinely believe they're doing the right thing—which, for the most part, they are— but they're also furthering Lusamine's plans.
- The Heavy: Every time she's faced, she takes a sizable chunk out of Nigel's team or outright knocks him out. It gets to the point where she's sometimes thought of as The Dreaded in-stream.
- Humble Hero: She calls herself an "average girl" even though she's been chosen as a Kahuna, and even though she's beaten the host of the Mob 12 times.
- Thanks for the Mammary: It seems like whenever Nigel faces her, he ends up running into her assets after he wins the battle. With how frequently it occurs, it can't be on accident.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: When your battle takes 12 fights to defeat, you know you're this.
A Mimikyu living in the back room of the abandoned convenience store. It quickly proved to be an infuriating challenge for the Mob.
- Cry for the Devil: She's a sad soul who only wishes to be loved by the populace as much as the Pikachu species is. Though she's not exactly helping her case, as when she gets close to Nigel's team she beats the ever-loving stuffing out of them before she can befriend them.
- Eldritch Location: The "back room" of the convenience store apparently doesn't exist. The Mob are definitely no strangers to such placed, however.
- Flunky Boss: Like all Totem Pokémon, it summons assistance, making it more akin to a trainer than a wild Pokémon, even though it's technically the latter. On one of the failed attempts at beating it, Nigel was able to take it down only to lose to one of its minions.
- Lightning Bruiser: All of its stats are raised from its Totem boost. This allowed it to wipe the floor with Nigel's team for a total of 15 times, giving it the fourth-highest Wattson Ranking of any trainer.
- Room Full of Crazy: Where it's fought.