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This page describes Exactly What It Says on the Tin, listing the main player characters from A to M, and their Pokémon. Scroll to the bottom for more character listings.

Spoilers prior to Kalos are unmarked, you have been warned.

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    Ahe Hekekia 
Played by: Buckbuck2
An 18-year old Trainer who was born with the Seafolk while traveling from Sinnoh to Alola.

    Ahe's Pokemon 

Hele the Araquanid

  • Bilingual Bonus: His nickname is Hawaiian for "walk," because he walks on water.

Magala the Shiny Salamence

Kuhikuhi the Midnight Lycanroc

  • Bilingual Bonus: Her nickname is Hawaiian for "guide," because she guided Ahe through Vast Poni Canyon to his seventh Trial.

Played by: BlitzTrain
A 19-year old Trainer that came from a Hoenn Daycare. At age of 10, he received not a Pokemon, but a Pokemon's Egg. It then hatched into Growlithe which became his starter. He prefers using his skills to help other people.

  • Animal Motifs: Frogadier in his superhero costume, to go along with being Shingeko's sidekick.
  • I Have Many Names: His real name is Derek, his nickname is Blitz, his name as a Pokémon is Shinobi and his superhero name is Gekkobi.
  • Involuntary Shapeshifting: He turns into a Pokémon when exposed to moonlight, though he has found ways to better control it.
  • Making a Splash / Casting a Shadow: As a Greninja.
  • Ninja: His Pokémon form is Froakie and he managed to evolve all the way to Greninja. Also his superhero persona.
  • Official Couple: With Sakura in Ranger Regions.
  • Secret-Keeper: One of the three members of the main cast who know Shingeko's identity.

    Blitz's Pokemon 

Ammon the Growlithe

Blitz's starter he raised from an Egg, is loyal to his Trainer.

Stark the Aron

An Aron found one day when it was eating a box of scraps, has been adopted into the family since then.

Played by: QuarterDollar

A 15-year-old girl (13 at her debut) who was raised in Olivine City, Johto. She's a bit lacking in the formality department, preferring to speak her mind without restraint. She began her journey several months prior to her debut, receiving her starter, a Cyndaquil dubbed Cynthia, from Professor Elm in New Bark Town before setting out on her adventure. She traveled to Kanto after hearing about an airship in Celadon, and joined the J-Team thereafter. Has since partaken in a dramatic love triangle and eaten a great deal of sandwiches.

  • Boyish Shorthair: When Carol returns in July 2015, she comes back wearing her hair short and with sidelocks, reflecting her tomboyish natute.

     Carol's Pokemon 

Cynthia the Typhlosion

Seven the Fearow

  • The Voiceless: He never talks. Ever.
  • Determinator: He didn't bat an eye when asked to fly from Violet City, Johto, all the way to Celadon.

Babe the Ampharos

River the Nidorina

  • Shrinking Violet: Very, very shy.
  • Abusive Parents: Er, owner. She was adopted by two kids, but was abused by their father and eventually sent to a hospital to be put down.
  • Shout-Out: To the indie game To the Moon.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • Got more confident after winning the Plain Badge for Carol, though she's still pretty shy.
    • She takes another after a fight in Titan's Lab, resulting in her evolution.

Benjamin the Audino

Poindexter the Yamask

Emi the Sandslash

     Casval "Pikaninja" 
Played by: Pikaninja 7
A teenager with a happy-go-lucky view on life, who's restraint is almost as lacking as his innocence. He's adequate with machines and always carries tools with him. He was also a former member of Team Plasma charged with making sure that his king was content and is one of the remaining members who actually wished for Pokemon liberation for the benefits to Pokemon and has since reflected on his actions.Recently, he has become more level headed and has essentially left the nest for the most part. He has since taken in Wally as his Protege and is currently training him to better his physical condition.

    Casval's Pokemon 

Many of the team are just plain nonsensical for the moves they carry so they all exhibit:

Pikachu (Many)

Dodrio (male)

Gyarados (male)

Slowpoke (male)

Shellder (female)

Tauros (male)

N's Pokemon

These Pokemon belong to N and are currently being held onto by Casval.

Carracosta (male)

Archeops (male)

Vanilluxe (male)

Joy the Audino (male)


"Wait, it's too late for bagels."
Played by: Channah / Metanoia

An apathetic trainer with no personality to speak of.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Tagg refers to her as "little bird" due to both her Fletchinder mon form and Channah also being much shorter than he is.
  • Ambiguous Disorder:
    • Is implied to have depression, which she appears to be taking medication for, but it isn't stated in-story.
    • She also tells Tagg that she has problems feeling things, which may also be a symptom of depression or some other disorder.
  • Angst? What Angst?: Played straight and/or justified by her implied depression and issues feeling things, especially during the talk with Tagg at her house. invoked
  • Berserk Button: Messing with her mind and turning her pink. The former is also revealed to be a Trauma Button because telepathy being used on her reminds her of her old Espeon Hale, who was murdered by her evil twin Ira.
  • Big Brother Worship: Implied to have looked up to her elder brother Garrett quite a bit before certain events caused a Broken Pedestal moment.
  • Characterization Marches On: Started out more like her writer but got flanderized after a while.
  • Child of Two Worlds: A [Korean] raised by [American] parents who also grew up in [Japan].
  • Commonality Connection: Gets along with Marnie because both happen to have been heavily influenced by their elder brothers, who even gave them a rodent Pokémon as their starter. (Morpeko for Marnie and Bodee for Channah)
  • Competition Freak: It's been stomped almost to death, but is all that remains of her old self.
  • Disability Immunity: Her depression serves to make it harder to discern her emotions from her Aura, with Tagg describing her Aura as more akin to a stagnant pond than the flames it normally appears as to his Aura Sense.
  • Dull Surprise: Channah rarely emotes, even when surprised.
  • Female Misogynist: Downplayed in that it's more that she doesn't understand other women as opposed to outright hating them, but Channah has a bad case of internalized misogyny as a result of wanting to be taken more seriously in the male-dominated training circuits she ran with back when she was younger, and picking up on how the male trainers tended to treat the women in their lies. As she had no desire to be either one of their fangirls or just their girlfriend, it made her try to be as much "not like other girls" as possible to avoid getting pigeonholed.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Due to her insecurity about Tagg being her Only Friend which continues into their romantic relationship, Channah feels uncomfortable to hatefully envious whenever certain people interact with him. It comes to a head during Galar when she and Tagg have their first real fight as a couple before she admits her insecurities to him directly.
  • Hates Being Touched: Dislikes being touched or touching other people.
  • Hidden Depths: Beneath her surface dismotivation and apathy hides a lot of self-loathing.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: She's 5'0" compared to the 6'3" Tagg.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Often feels insecure when it comes to her and Tagg's relationship due to feeling unworthy of his affections, which can manifest in jealousy towards him hanging around certain other people.
  • Ironic Name: Channah means "grace", but she isn't always the best when it comes to social graces.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Obsessed with Steven Stone, which is one of the few things she'll actually emote about.
  • The Lad-ette: Invoked, she purposely affects the bearings of a fratbro in conversation.
  • Loser Protagonist: She has never seen anything major to completion, and misses a lot of opportunities to better herself.
  • Love Epiphany: Up until Tagg confesses in the aftermath of Ren's wedding, Channah is implied to have not even considered the concept of the two of them being together.
  • The Napoleon: There's an inverted relationship between her short height and her aggressiveness.
  • No Social Skills: Makes conversations deeply cringe-y just by showing up to them, at times even inadvertently insulting people, due to a mix of carelessness and what might be an Ambiguous Disorder. Her name means "grace", ironically.
  • Not in This for Your Revolution: She's nominally associated with the J-Team, but is only really there because Tagg hangs around them rather than considering herself part of the group, on top of her house getting damaged due to Ira meaning that she doesn't have a home otherwise.
  • Official Couple: Her and Tagg pair up as part of the latter's polycule.
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: Following an encounter with Mew Prime, she's become a were-Fletchinder.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her Mindscape reveals that she has issues regarding the fact that her birth mother gave her up, though considering the fact that her father would later join an evil cult, that may have ultimately been a blessing in disguise considering what happened with her twin.
  • Performance Anxiety: Part of what caused her to forfeit her Champion battle. She’s since largely gotten past this via The Power of Apathy.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down past her waist.
  • Safety in Indifference: Tries to avoid caring through a mask of apathy. Tagg directly accuses her cynicism aspect, Truth, of hiding her feelings behind a mask of apathy so she can't get hurt again.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • Has been sliding into the inverted version of the trope more or less indifferently since quitting the Ace Trainer life, as she used to be very active in the competitive scene until Ira murdered her old team.
    • Played straight in Galar, as she's attemped to get her old edge back through doing the Gym challenge.
  • Transformation Trinket: Keeps an enchanted Flame Orb around her neck in order to control her weremon transformation.
  • Unsportsmanlike Gloating: Back in her competitive days she was not exactly the most gracious in victory, often gloating about her opponent's perceived lack of skill upon winning in her post-match interviews.
  • Verbal Tic: "Ehhh", "Nah", and every verbal pause under the sun.


"We both know why I'm here."
Played by: AbsentCoder

A trainer from Castelia City. Works for Game Freak and is trying to get some variety in his life, to mixed success.


     Colton's Pokemon 

Helmsman the Samurott

Colton's starter Pokemon.

Julius the Stoutland


  • Badass Adorable: She knows she's cute, and she knows she's powerful.
  • Stepford Snarker: It's alluded to often that she never knew her mother, a problem she disguises with sarcasm.

Kamui the Shiny Ninetales


9-Volt the Galvantula

Rei the Weavile


Sunny the Delphox

Roy Pherae-Lycia the Blaziken


  • Attack Reflector: Knows and uses Counter, supplementing Toxic and other such moves.
  • The Silent Bob: Never says a word, only communicating with simple "hand" gestures in person, and punctuation in text.
  • Support Party Member: In larger battles she's used as a throwable Helping Hand, pausing to cure teammates with Purify as needed.

Caliburn the Kartana

  • Put on a Bus: Released January 2020.
  • The Unpronounceable: Defied. He says his name isn't pronounceable, but due to how UBese works his real name, before joining Colton's party, is pronounceable: "Washi".

Minerva the Zoroark

  • Cowardly Lion: Not exactly perpetually scared, but she doesn't have the most faith in her abilities. She'll fight as best she can, though.

Ellie the Lycanroc

  • In Memoriam: Added to the team after the death of Absent's dog.

Magnavox the Metagross

  • The Big Guy: Larger than a normal Metagross, but not enough to raise too many concerns.
  • Manchild: His behavior is rather infantile, Colton likening him to Majin Buu.
  • The Speechless: Most of the few noises he makes are metallic groans and roars.

Cassandra the Absol

  • Foreshadowing: She was met much sooner than she joined the team, giving Rei a Razor Claw to evolve with almost a year before joining. Rei even refers to her as a "wildhood friend."

Katsuragi the Runerigus

     Crewe/Helen Delmont 
"Besides, you're pack. And I protect my pack."
Played by: Crewe

A young trainer from Twinleaf Town in Sinnoh.

  • Bad Liar: Crewe is noted to be a horrible liar.
  • Barrier Warrior: After her encounter with Isolde in Mt. Ohmeg, Crewe gained the ability to form Obscura barriers, whereas formerly Obscura tended to explode in her face whenever she tried to use it. This separates her from the majority of Aurics in the RP, whose powers tend to focus more on the offensive side of their abilities.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Herbert.
  • Berserk Button: Hurt anyone she considers her "pack" (or threaten to hurt them, or look at them funny...) and she will not hesitate to stab you.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Crewe has very poor vision without her glasses, in fact it was the main reason that Mew decided to have pity on her and make her human.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Orre, Crewe is Snagged and Shadowed by Cipher.
  • Brats with Slingshots: Is often seen using the slingshot she made in Oblivia; in the AU, she complains because she's completely unarmed until she finds another slingshot on the Resistance sub.
  • Changeling Fantasy: Turns out to actually be a Sneasel transfigured into a human by Mew.
  • Cool Sword: When she appears during the Hoenn-2 arc, she comes back with a Rayquaza themed sword that becomes sharper when charged with Obscura.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her human father's dead, and both her birth parents are dead as well.
  • Dude Magnet: Jab, Straw (Who she's currently dating), Vierr, and Lucius have all exhibited an attraction towards her.
  • Emergency Transformation: Turns out to be a Sneasel that was transformed into a human by a Mew. This was done to save her life, as her vision issues would've almost certainly caused her death in the wild. According to Word of God Crewe's human body is actually based on what a potential child of her human parents would've looked like had they been able to have kids, in order to better complete the illusion.
  • Knife Nut: Starts wielding a knife gifted to her by Titan following Orre.
  • Morphic Resonance: Crewe is often described as looking a lot like a Sneasel even while in human form.
  • My Greatest Failure: So many of her mons leaving her due to Crewe not being the best trainer when it came to to the more emotional aspects of Pokémon training.
  • Official Couple: With Jab, before ending up with Straw.
  • Psychic Teleportation: Following her purification, Crewe gains Teleport, a Psychic-type move, as a purification move.
  • Tomboy: Crewe has a hatred for most if not all stereotypically girly things.
  • Transformation Trinket: Has a Moon Stone pendant that allows her to switch between human and Sneasel form at will.
  • Unkempt Beauty: According to Herbert she's pretty in a "scruffy sort of way."
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: When Esprit tries to possess Straw during the Kalos arc, she cuts him up quite a bit with her dagger.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Vierr, as they constantly snipe at one another but are close friends anyway.
  • Working with the Ex: Teams up with Jab to infiltrate the Holon Institute.

     Crewe's Pokemon 

Clockwise the Noctowl

  • Cloudcuckoolander: His default state, unless he's angry or confused.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Clockwise usually acts pretty crazy and out of it, but harm anyone on the team (or confuse him), and he becomes scarily competent.
  • Papa Wolf: Threaten or hurt any member of his team, or his daughter Likewise, and Clockwise will hurt you.

Biton the Sneasel

  • Big Brother Instinct: He is Crewe's oldest brother, and tends to treat her like a baby. Falls more under the "condescending" type.

Beedrill the Fan Rotom

  • Non-Indicative Name: Thanks to Clockwise, his name is Beedrill, which tends to confuse people who don't know him.
  • The Voiceless: Can only communicate in beeps and whirrs, unless he's using Hasslemon.

     Crow Thomson 
Played by: Crowlover

First Appearance: Page 7511

  • Beware the Nice Ones: While normally nice, when confronted with Verax during the climax of the Orre arc Crow planned on making him feel the pain of everyone he's ever hurt as revenge.
  • Catchphrase: "[Interesting]"
  • Double Agent: Sort of. Crow works for both Titan while being a member of the J-Team, trying to get the former to stop his plans while trying to get the latter to not oppose them directly. They quit after Titan's Heel–Face Turn.
  • Giver of Lame Names: Is acknowledged as someone who gives lame names to their Pokémon in-universe.
  • Honor Before Reason: Crow's aversion to stealing caused him to be unwilling to snag Crewe from Odin when Titan ordered him to do so, even though he was unsure of any other way to accomplish it.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Was initially friendly towards Iulianus, Verax, and Tornadus and Thundurus before figuring out their intentions. Tagg ends up getting particularly pissed off at him for trusting Verax in particular since it ended up revealing J-Team secrets.
  • I Have Many Names: Has gone by Crow, Albert, Triton, Beta, and Sholto, each in different circumstances.
  • Insanely International Ancestry: Mostly Poké-Japanese, but Kalosian and Poké-German from his mother's side, unspecified Poké-European from his father's.
  • Internal Reformist: Closest to Type 1 for Neo-Galactic, hoping to convince Titan to change it's goal toward better means though they abandon this after Titan gets overthrown.
  • Irony: Crow turns into a were-Honchkrow, a species known for thievery, but has a strong aversion to thievery themselves.
  • Official Couple: With Sundancer.
  • Pop-Cultural Osmosis Failure: Crow is completely ignorant of most pop culture references, to the pure incredulity of some others.
  • Theme Naming: The Pokemon he caught in the Kalos Arc are named after characters from Worm, though this in unintentional in-Universe.
  • Voice Changeling: Crow learned the ability to copy other's voices from Merle, but is unable to do so for female voices.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Dyed their hair turquoise while working for Titan. Switched back to their natural color after leaving Neo-Galactic.

     Crow's Pokémon 

Gogie (Male Mightyena)

  • Dogged Nice Guy: To Morrigan. Unfortunately, she already had Belial.
  • Playing with Fire: Knows Fire Fang and used it to start a fire on Route 35 and the Burned Tower.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Due to an incident with a huggy Conkeldurr, Gogie is quite afraid of Fighting-types in general, though is trying to work on at least being able to socialize with the ones he wants to.

Ghostus (Male Haunter)

Venomous (Female Venomoth)

Sticy Lips (Male Lickilicky)

  • Cuddle Bug: Likes to glomp peoplemons with his tongue.

Raser (Male Primeape)

Glöckchen (Female Abomasnow)

  • Creepy Child: She is often silent, save for occasional rings of her bell and occasional creepy comments about what happens to naughty children. She maintains this after evolving.

Finn (Male Garchomp)

Irrendolch (Male Accelgor)

Chirin (Male Dark/Electric Flaafy)

  • Green-Eyed Monster: Got jealous in the Hoenn-2 arc when Fishy seemed to be getting more attention than him.

Jolly (Female Wingull)

  • The Eeyore: Despite her name, is often pessimistic.

Sundancer (Female Talonflame)

Played by: Daydre

A trainer from eastern Sinnoh who ends up joining the J-Team during the Hoenn-2 Arc.

For tropes pertaining to her alternate self Ama, see here.

  • Casting a Shadow: Apart from her Pokéform being the Dark-type Zorua, she's a Dark Obscuric, though she's not as skilled with it yet.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Has a scarf that functions as effectively a borked Armband, turning her into a human-Zorua hybrid.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Despite wearing the opposing red to Megan's blue, she's more of a Blue Oni, being the calmer and less Hot-Blooded of the two.
  • Scars Are Forever: As a result of her final clash with Ama during Halloween 2019, she has a horizontal scar along the front of her chest.
  • Ship Tease: She and Megan have mutual crushes on one another, but haven't become a couple yet.

Played by: 0blivionmobile, later account-shifted to DuneTheWanderer

Dune, a.k.a. Derek Morton, is an explorer and aspiring archaeologist from Orre. He first found the J-Team in Humilau City during the Dream Rift Crisis, and has been following the group ever since.

  • Adventurer Archaeologist: What he aspires to be.
  • Adventurer Outfit: Of the "Archaeologist" variety, of course.
  • Badass Normal: Has absolutely no Auric abilities as well as no Attribute. Only his fists, adrenaline, and training kept him from being killed by Verax during an ambush.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: Dune's mother and father are rain and sun trainers that had a messy divorce and tend to fight whenever they see eachother. This combined with their shared disapproval for Dune's life choices has led him to avoid them whenever possible.
  • Cornered Rattlesnake: While Dune is no slouch in combat, he is extremely sensitive to "do or die" situations and can become extremely strong and fast when backed into a corner.
  • Disability Immunity: After getting mentally scarred by the Criminal, he's immune to telepathy, and Aura emotion reading doesn't work as well on him either.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: His Pokéform is the Ground-type Drilbur.
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual: Wears a pair of custom Go-Goggles, which protect his eyes from everything from sandstorms to cold rain to dirt getting thrown in his eyes.
  • Heir to the Dojo: Dune is so far the only living practitioner of his ancestor's ancient martial art, the Hagane no Tsume.
  • Muggle Born of Mages: His mother is a confirmed Auric, yet he has no potential of his own.
  • Official Couple: Dates and later marries Galvani.
  • Solomon Divorce: He went to live with their father, his little sister lived with their mother. A retroactive case of Real Life Writes the Plot.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Dune has a dislike for scorpion Pokémon like Gligar and Scorupi. He is also somewhat nervous around the Houndour line after an incident with Dawg while he was a Drilbur.

     Dune's Pokemon 

Galvani (Magnezone)

  • All Theories Are True: In her eyes, they are. It might explain the fact that some of her inventions seem to view the laws of physics more as kindly-worded suggestions.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Has a pair of large glasses in her human form. Her eyesight is 20/50, making her almost legally blind without them and some slight astigmatism in her left eye prevents her from wearing contacts.
  • Creating Life Is Awesome: At least, when the life you make is a miniature version of Optimus Prime, it's awesome.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Towards Aline.
  • Determinator: Even though she was brand new to her human form and couldn't fight, she still followed Dune through a raid on a Cipher facility as a human.
  • Emphasize EVERYTHING: When she starts channeling her inner Spark, she starts speaking as if the whole WORLD WERE LISTENING!
  • For Science!: Galvani has a thing for wanting to make things work, even if they work in ways they really shouldn't.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She's constantly improving on her more mundane devices, such as a customized Gameboy and Dune's hoverbike.
  • Hot Scientist: Dune thinks so, anyway, when she's in her human form.
  • Mad Scientist: Taking inspiration from Girl Genius (she even looks like Agatha Heterodyne) and Genius: The Transgression.
  • No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup: A flaw in Galvani's method is that her creative benders are almost impossible to replicate.
  • Science-Related Memetic Disorder: Has occasional bouts of inspiration that result in all-night benders that inevitably result in some device or another that may or may not break certain laws of physics.
  • Unsettling Gender Reveal: Turns out to be female after putting on an armband. Needless to say, it took Dune a while to get used to the fact that his starter, whom he referred to as masculine his entire life, was a dead ringer for Agatha Heterodyne.

Garuda (Male Sigilyph)

  • Deadpan Snarker: Having a voice that barely registers emotions certainly lends itself to this.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Has sworn himself to Dune's service. Exactly how far this goes has not been tested.

Rill (Male Swampert)

  • Only Sane Man: He's constantly having to deal with all of the different things that Dune's team, especially Galvani, get into.

Big Dom (Golurk)

Selene (Female Clefable)

  • Big Eater: Especially if it involves something sugary.
  • Team Mom: Is very motherly to everyone on the team, especially younger Pokemon.

Ajax (Male Tyranitar)

Cun Annwn (Male Stoutland)

  • Genre Savvy: Having watched many, many, many Sentai and Super Robot series, Cun can give eerily accurate predictions about future events involving team members, and can identify tropes by name.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Despite being a normal Lillipup from Castelia, Cun still tries to be the best hero he can be. He's even an unconfirmed Soul of Silver.

Hildr (Female Delta Donphan)

  • Daddy's Girl: Despite knowing that Dune is not in fact her father, she still treats him as such. This has been toned down after her evolution into a Donphan.

Flanagan (Male Krookodile)

  • Berserk Button: His ability is Anger Point; getting hit by a critical activates it and sends him into a frothing rage.
  • Born Lucky: Claims to be this when it comes to winning bets.

Zeus (Male Stunfisk)

  • A God Am I: Sees himself as a god amongst mortals, which is pretty much just bluster.
  • Put on a Bus: After realizing just how much trouble he was going to be, Dune boxed him for the longest time, even after the rest of his mons joined him on a more permanent basis.

Champloo (Male Lucario)

Vega (Male Excadrill)

  • Heel–Face Turn: As with most Shadow Pokemon, he was once a near-mindless killing machine for Cipher. He got better.
  • Ninja: Or at least it's what Teishi and his group think.

     Eskay/Sarah Amarin 
Played by: Eskay 64

Eskay is a trainer from Ecruteak who makes it a point to be kind to everyone he meets. He first found out about the J-Team when he found out Umbra fought an Obscura wizard with some other members. In Hoenn-2, he and his gender-swapped identity as Sarah split and became completely separate individuals.

  • A-Cup Angst/Petite Pride: As Sarah, she's not exactly well-endowed. She alternates between being perfectly fine with this fact, and wishing she was a little bit more.
  • Achey Scars: A massive scar on his chest, originating from a Toxicroak that very nearly killed him, and worsened by being impaled within Psyche's mindscape, and has damaged some of his heart tissue.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: According to Lucius and Pentigan. Goes by "Sarah" in this state. Eventually splits into Eskay and a completely separate Sarah
  • Author Avatar: Of his writer, although gradually less so over time.
  • Badass Longcoat: Is always wearing a longcoat. Averted with Sarah, as a point of differentiating herself from Eskay.
  • Dented Iron: As a result of getting stabbed by a Toxicroak during the Holon Arc and the Transistor during a dive into Psyche's Mindscape, while they managed not to die, they've had heart problems ever since, and so they're a bit less fit than they used to be.
  • Disappeared Dad: Left when he was 3 years old and has only recently come back into his life.
  • Hat Damage: His fedora has a long slit in the side due to a Noodle Incident while training Skye.
  • Heart Trauma: After his Toxicroak-induced chest injury and later, impalement within Psyche's mindscape, he became much more fearful of being in the midst of action, due to a very real risk of heart attack.
  • Heroic BSoD: After killing Deimos. The Orre arc in general left him with a case of PTSD.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: With the Transistor in Psyche's mindscape
  • Literal Split Personality: In the Hoenn-2 arc, where he and Sarah became entirely and permanently separate individuals.
  • Missing Mom: She died when Eskay was 10 years old but came back six years later as a Delta Golurk.
  • Nice Hat: A black fedora.
  • Official Couple: With Psyche following their Sleep Cute. Broke up with her later on, though.
  • Older Than They Look: A family trait, due to being descended from Lina — they look a couple years younger than they actually are, although not quite to the degree of their mother.
  • Sarashi: Wears one to protect the scar. After Noir transforms Sarah's Pokeform into Croagunk, she uses "Sarashi" as her name.
  • Scars Are Forever: His Toxicroak-induced scar, which is far too massive to ever truly fade; he only survived in the first place through a Legendary-given miracle.
  • Unfazed Everyman: Became this after a complete annihilation of the Fourth Wall, as supplied by Spectrum. Was finally fazed again by Herbert when he decided to try joining PEFE.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Not against wearing a dress, even as Eskay.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Has a crippling fear of the Croagunk line due to a Toxicroak killing his mother in his presence. He started to get over it, but it was renewed fully when another Toxicroak almost killed him in the same way. Has mostly recovered from it as of Hoenn-2. Sarah is completely recovered.
  • Your Mind Makes It Real: Although she managed to survive it, Sarah's impalement in Psyche's mindscape made their already-large scar even more noticeable and even more painful.

     Eskay's Pokemon 

Skye (Female Skarmory)

  • If It's You, It's Okay: Although she is for the most part solidly lesbian, she did have a hint of a crush on Lake.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Diane, made reasonable through use of armbands.
  • Like Brother and Sister: Being Eskay's starter, she shares an incredibly close bond with him. It's revealed during the Holon arc that they're actually cousins due to an ancestor of Skye's, Alice Amarin, being turned into a Skarmory.
  • Official Couple: With Diane.

Jazz (Shiny Female Arbok)

Wilbur (Male Grumpig)

  • Medium Awareness: His pearl opens him up to the fourth wall, much to his dismay.

Spectrum (Female Flygon)

Doopliss (Masculine Ditto)

Smuglord (Male Serperior)

Myra (Feminine Rotom)

  • Haunted Technology: Possesses Linux in order to help the latter function properly in battle
  • Shipper on Deck: Got Eskay and Psyche closer to each other by spooking them in the Old Chateau.

Banjo (Male Ursaring)

Ria (Female Feraligatr)

MGMT (Male Eelektross)

  • Shout-Out: To the band of the same name
  • Sorry, I Left the BGM On: Can only sing due to an accident involving an iPhokex.
  • Shock and Awe: Is Electric-type.
  • Running Gag:
    • People or Pokemon referring to MGMT as an "Overpowered Jukebox"
    • Trolling Riptide and other "serious" characters
  • Troll: As mentioned above, he enjoys irritating more "serious" characters.

Everest (Male Scolipede)

  • Mythology Gag: His name is a reference to "Epic Mount", the meta name given to Treeo's Scolipede buddy in the AU.

Holly (Female Gardevoir)

Played by: etran12

A Twenty year old wandering trainer who went on a journey to improve both his skills in battle, and his social skills.

  • No Social Skills: Used to be this way, but is gradually learning the more he interacts with others.

    Ever Memito 
"Before I met you guys, I was just some random trainer. Now I've met legendaries, patted a disguised Entei on the head, and been shipped with Link."
Played by: memyselfand I 2

A random Trainer from Nimbasa who ran into various members of the group during the Gold Conference and is now traveling with them. Since joining the group, they have met legendaries, patted a disguised Entei on the head, been turned into a Dunsparce, been sucked into an alternate timeline, and fallen in love, on top of discovering their non-binaryness.

  • An Arm and a Leg: Loses their left arm during the Alola arc when a Kartana slices it off as they, Amanita, and Brie retreat from a Poni Island cave filled with them.
  • The Apprentice: Is currently Tagg's.
  • Badass Boast: When Zrone comes to try taking PEFE!Every away, Ever lists all the times that people have tried to kill them and they ended up killing them instead. While Zrone doesn't buy it and states later that had PEFE!Every not been there he would've tried killing them simply to piss off Tagg instead of leaving, he also admits it was still a gutsy move.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Is generally friendly and at least reasonably pleasant...and can scare a Crobat into defection with a glare, and doesn't take threats against their girlfriend Mezzo well.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Ever acts silly a lot of the time but is actually an extremely competent trainer and can be very ruthless in dealing with their enemies.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Tokarev puts Every under mind control during Orre using a ring placed around their head.
  • Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Ever manages to kill Muninn with Skarmory feathers, but they literally broke a lot of their upper body's bones to do so.
  • Death Glare: Pretty much their signature move as a Dunsparce. Carried over a bit as a human.
  • Headbutting Heroes: Does not get along with Amanita especially well at first, and the feeling's mutual.
  • Identical Stranger: Meets a PEFE employee who looks exactly like them a few times. Turns out that's because they're both descendants of Revy.
  • Idiot Hair: Zigzagged. Has an ahoge, though Ever is not particularly stupid, naive, or mischievous starting out. It gets played straight as they do get more strange as the story goes on though.
  • Irony: Despite Ever's love of Ghost-types, they're quite afraid of death, physical or otherwise.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: After getting their arm cut off by a Kartana they seem more worried about the phone their left hand was holding than their unwanted limb amputation.
  • Many Spirits Inside of One: Ever is particularly susceptible to possession and can have numerous Ghost-types inside them at once.
  • Meaningful Rename: Changes their name from Every to Ever in order to prevent enemies of the J-Team and people like All from easily finding them.
  • Official Couple: Currently dating Mezzo, and also Lucius.
  • Ship Tease: With Mezzo during the early AU, before becoming an Official Couple.
  • Significant Wardrobe Shift: Following their name change from Every during the aftermath of the Orre arc, Ever dyes their hair and starts wearing all blue. Eventually, it ends up becoming their new natural hair color.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Their surname is pronounced "Me-my-toe".
  • The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: Was absolutely awful at resisting instincts during their time as a Dunsparce, and tended to burrow underground at the first sign of danger.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Went from merely an average trainer to one that managed to beat the Unova League and take on Tagg as an equal over the course of the two year period between the GC and Unova-2.
  • Unfazed Everyman: Was actually pretty fazed at first, but eventually got used to it.
  • Uneven Hybrid: It's revealed during the Entralink Arc that they, PEFE!Every, and All are all descended from Revy having a nonconsensual moment with Tapu Lele when he raided Akala centuries ago, so they all have Semi-Divine fairy blood.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Is terrified of Ariados after nearly being killed by a swarm of them while starting out.

In the AU arc:

  • And I Must Scream: Is placed under a Geass of silence by a Lelouch expy. For the next 24 hours, they are unable to make the slightest noise, rendering them mute and nearly immobile.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Ascribes this to a blow to the head during a fight with Scolipede's Cofagrigus.

     Ever's Pokemon 

Tropes that apply to the whole team:

  • Barrier Warrior: They all know Protect.
  • Battle in the Rain: Invoked, every one knows Rain Dance.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Most of them lack the raw firepower their trainer's mentor Tagg's mons have at their disposal, so they focus more on outsmarting their opponents instead.

Diesel (Male Kricketune)

"-insert a song here-"
Nature: Adamant.
Ability: Swarm.
Met: Route 202 (Kricketot)
Favorite Move: Sing.

Every's first Pokemon, Diesel is far more powerful than his small size would suggest. He has a surprising range of attacks at his disposal, and is quite fond of putting opponents to sleep. Diesel is also completely obsessed with music, and has formed a band out of Every's Pokemon. Consequently, he strictly disallows Every from capturing any mon that can't create music somehow. Whereabouts in the AU are unknown.

Breeze (Male Chimecho)

Nature: Jolly.
Ability: Levitate.
Met: Route 211 (Chingling).
Favorite Move: Psychic.

A Chimecho caught as a Chingling, Breeze is one of the longer-standing members of Every's team. Despite his general childishness, Breeze is far smarter than he looks, and is a competent battler. Evolved to save Every's life when Every was bitten by an Ariados. Whereabouts in the AU are unknown.

  • Older Than They Look: Despite acting like a child, he's in his early 20s in human years. (According to Word of God Chimeco age mentally slower than humans.)
  • Running Gag: Wondering or commenting on why Every can't fly.

Fade (Female Drifblim)

"Didn't die. No harm."
Nature: Quiet.
Ability: Aftermath.
Met: Valley Windworks (Drifloon).
Favorite Move: Explosion.

Fade was caught as a Drifloon by Valley Windworks when Every wanted a Ghost-type on his team, and Drifblim also appealed as a flier. However, Fade's efficiency as a flier is somewhat debatable, being as she usually drops Every from a few feet higher than is perhaps safe. Undead in the AU.

Slam (Male Quagsire)

"Hey, I'm not slow..." -said about a minute after actually being called slow-
Nature: Lax.
Ability: Water Absorb.
Met: Great Marsh (Wooper).
Favorite Move: Rest. Sort of.

A rather lazy Quagsire, that Every caught as a Wooper. Takes a while to register most things, including pain, but seems to be a fairly powerful battler. Every uses him for surfing, despite the fact that Slam has been outsped by passing Magikarp. Dead in the AU.

Toxicroak (Male)

"Don't get me wrong, mud-dweller. Someday I am going to eat you. But until then, only I get to do that."
Nature: Naughty.
Ability: Anticipation.
Met: Great Marsh (Croagunk).
Favorite Move: Poison Jab.

A Toxicroak that was caught as a Croagunk. Toxicroak is violent, rude, and altogether not a nice mon to be around, especially if you might look like food. Whereabouts in the AU are unknown.

Gyru (Bronzong)

"Meh, it's all just fleshforms and their emotions."
Nature: Serious.
Ability: Levitate.
Met: Route 211 (Bronzor).
Favorite Move: Gyro Ball.

A Bronzor caught during the GC, Gyru quickly established an utter contempt for all things organic, and an absolute belief in its own superiority. Evolved into a Bronzong during a battle against a murder of Murkrow. Whereabouts in the AU are unknown.

Salamence (Female Altaria)

"Hi! I'm Salamence, but I'm really just a Swablu!"
Nature: Naive.
Ability: Natural Cure.
Met: Route 210 (Swablu).
Favorite Move: Dragonbreath.

A fairly young Altaria that Every caught during the GC. She's friendly, happy to meet new people or Pokemon, and is an absolute Salamence fangirl, to the point of falling in love with one.. Is good friends with Breeze and T (an Unown T that follows Every around), and has declared herself unofficial aunt to Shahinne, Silent's Starly. Whereabouts in the AU are unknown.

  • Hammerspace: Her wings can apparently hide both Shahinne and Zubat well enough for them to play hide-and-seek.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: After evolving during the battle with Nihilist!Tagg.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Is a Salamence fan (hence her name) and refuses to hear a word against them. Somewhat justified in that she's quite young.

Jab (Male Weavile)

"I'm not cute!
Nature: Hasty.
Ability: Pressure.
Met: Ascorbia Island (Sneasel).
Favorite Move: Ice Shard.

Jab was caught completely by accident, when he tripped over an Ultra Ball and caught himself. He's only been on Every's team for a short time, so not much is known about him yet, but he seems to be quite active and fond of picking fights.

Marmalade (Female Flygon)

"I like kids. They have an excuse for foolishness."
Nature: Serious.
Ability: Levitate.
Met: Route 111 (Trapinch).
Favorite Move: Dig.

Marmalade was met in the Route 111 desert as a Trapinch, and has since proven herself a valuable member of Every's team. She's older than she would look and seems to be pretty intelligent.

  • Foil: To Salamence. While Salamence is friendly and frequently has her head in the clouds, Marmalade is more down to earth and tends towards snarkiness. They both like kids though.

Cirrus (Male Golbat)

Nature: Quirky.
Ability: Inner Focus.
Met: Aqua Headquarters in Fallarbor (Zubat).
Favorite Move: Air Cutter Dragon Rage.

Cirrus is a Golbat whom Every received during a stint as a Team Aqua member. Zubat is somewhat odd, apparently believing himself to be a Dragonair. He seems nice though. Cirrus is no longer a member of Every's team, due to leaving after Every quit Team Aqua.

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Yeah. He's pretty normal aside from his illusions of Dragonair-ness though.

Drift (Male Jellicent)

Nature: Unknown.
Ability: Cursed Body.
Met: Fallarbor Hotel (egg).
Favorite Move: Bubble.

Drift's egg was received from Fool as a Christmas present. Drift is quite young, and is only just learning to speak, so his personality is largely unknown.

Mix (Male Leafeon)

"I'm an adaptable fox!"
Nature: Impish.
Ability: Leaf Guard.
Met: Twinleaf Town (Eevee)
Favorite Move: Quick Attack.

Mix is a Leafeon from Mr. Backlot's garden, who sought shelter in Every's hat to escape a hug-obsessed Spiritomb. When Mix refused to get off Every's head, Every caught him.

  • Straight Gay: Is in a relationship with Butterscotch.
  • Verbal Tic: Refers to all humans and Pokemon by two-word descriptors, such as referring to himself as an adaptable fox.

T (Unown T)

"Hello to the [insert species name of addressed mon here]!"
Nature: Quirky.
Ability: Levitate.
Met: Jubilife City, in a bubble.
Favorite Move: Pacifism.

T is an Unown T of Unown origin, who spontaneously appeared in Jubilife City, and was befriended by Breeze. Has been tagging along with Every since then. T seems to put up with just about anything (Although it will occasionally question the sensibility of an action), and generally remains cheerful. Was in Every's narrative stream for a while during the AU, before leaving to do other things.

Note: T is not actually one of Every's mons. It is just a tagalong.

  • Verbal Tic: Refers to itself as "this one," and adds a "the" before all proper nouns.
  • The Watcher: Never takes action, and limits its interference to commenting.

Played by: Pipping Fool is a vaguely 20/21 year old girl hailing from the Pinwheel Forest of Unova. Raised by the local Simipour tribe, Fool never really became an official Pokemon trainer until she met the group in Unova. She is spunky and full of energy and a surprisingly good commander when the situation rises, as was the example of when she came up with a plan to attack the Sky Fortress in Oblivia. Despite her cheery nature, she does have Cute and Psycho tendencies. Her real name is Solana Malkewitz and she was born in Dewford town in Hoenn. The circumstances that lead to her parents death in the Pinwheel Forest are rather vague.. Notable events include taking down the Sky Fortress in Oblivia, tieing with Tagg ins the GC arc and eventually becoming the Big Bad in the Orange Islands Arc. Fool is currently working at the PEFE as a researcher.

In the AU timeline, she wasn't as nice at first. A rather cruel and cold maiden who worked for Scolemis and had a Propoganda General in her ownership that would later become a very important character. After regaining her memories, she tries to help the situation by helping taking down Lanius. After the battle agaisnt Cyrus, she goes back to her home in Hoenn and lives for her parents before going back to Unova for a short time. She is then ratted out, chased back to Hoenn, captured, and hanged in Unova. She was a Banette but won her full life back after taking on all the Midori Room Pokemon in a specialized Spirit Game.

In the AU arc:

     Fool's Pokemon 
Meet the Team

Michelle the Simipour ♀

Roderich the Serperior ♂

Satine the Chandelure ♀

Kamina the Krookodile ♂

Socrates the (Shiny) Unfezant ♂

Lenore the Hydreigon ♀

MGMT the Eelektross ♂

Arachne the Ariados ♀

Hatbox the Honchkrow ♂

Zecora the Espeon ♀

Sun the Blaziken ♀

Oswald the (Shiny) Breloom ♂

Geb the Torterra ♂

Joyeu the Salamance ♂

Honora the Garchomp ♀

Bob the Wobbufett ♂

Quetzal the Archeops ♀

Sahara the Staravia ♀

Claudandus the Zororak ♂

Snowman the (Shiny) Mew (Genderless, but referred to with Female Pronouns)

Sasha the Swanna ♀

Poseidon the (Shiny) Chatot ♂

Caligula the Typlosion ♂

Gaston the Haxorus ♂

Felicity the Liepard ♀

  • Ill Girl: A blind Liepard, but doesn't see her Blindness as a disadvantage.

Isis the Weavile ♀

Waldo the Timburr ♂

Kaepora the Tropius ♂

Maren the Bannette ♀

  • Genki Girl: Is very energetic.
  • Meaningful Name: A "Maren" is a mythological folk creature that gave people nightmares and hugged others to death.

Aibileen the Delta Miltank ♀

Sammy the Samurott ♂

Crowbar the Marowak ♂

Molniya the Blitzle ♀

Hathor the Larvesta ♀

    Halis Aria 
"You lose track of time when you're jumping through windows, getting thrown into dungeons and staying in Mon form for long periods of time."

Played By: MetamorphicHalis
First Appearance: Page 21931

A Trainer from Sinnoh, specifically Jubilife City, who is honestly more content following others and enjoying life's simpler things... at least, as simple as being involved with the J-Team in any way gets.

  • The Apprentice: Has been described as being one to Lucius, though how true this is has yet to be seen. Later averted as the two have split paths for the time being.
  • Author Avatar: To an extent, at least. Though, the name alone should've tipped you off to that fact.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Prone to getting into situations of this nature, though they don't mind it most of the time.
  • Disappeared Dad: Downplayed. He didn't outright disappear entirely, but didn't interact with Halis very much at all during their upbringing. His location is more or less public knowledge, given that he owns a company.
  • Giver of Lame Names: Seriously, who names an Aron "Aran" and isn't this trope?
  • Iconic Item: A scarf. They almost always wear one, even when it's illogical to do so.
  • Morality Pet: Intended on being one to Lucius to some extent. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to have worked out, though that was due to Halis themselves leaving the arrangement.
  • Morphic Resonance: As previously mentioned, they almost always wear a scarf, even in alternate forms of theirs.
  • Performance Anxiety: Any large amount of attention is enough to make them, at the very least, nervous. It's part of why they prefer being a follower rather than a leader.
  • Powers via Possession: Has undergone this multiple times, usually due to unnatural circumstances forcing it on them in some fashion, though they don't mind working with whoever's fused with them.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: A long, pink one, and unlike most examples of this trope, they usually have the sensibility to take it off before anything important happens... or, at least, they used to.
  • Shout-Out: Has had multiple instances of this, from their Mon form being named Halsei to having a Tauros named Asterios.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Through an enchanted scarf, naturally.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Anyone who's been in Mon form before has this ability, and Halis is no different.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green hair speaks for itself when it comes to this.

Played by: theoncominghoop
A good-natured yet socially awkward trainer from Galar. Thanks to their father's obsession with strength, they have an incredible drive to prove themself as a capable trainer. They are non-binary and use they/them pronouns.

  • Abusive Parents: Their father was, in short, not a great parent. Hoops clearly has a lot of issues relating to their upbringing.
  • Animal Motifs: Their gym uniform is designed after Kecleon, and their challenger number is Kecleon's number in the National Pokedex.
  • Berserk Button: They use they/them pronouns. If you get that wrong, you will be told about it in rather impolite terms.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Due to their team being somewhat weak, they tend to rely on strategies such as combo moves and outside the box tactics in their battles.
  • Heroic B So D: Goes through a short one after losing to Ian.
  • No Social Skills: Due to not having a very social childhood they sometimes don't know how to talk to their friends like a normal person.
  • Scars Are Forever: Both arms are badly scarred from being burned by Centiskorch as a child. The scars apparently itch when Hoops thinks they will lose.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: While not evil per say, Hoops becomes a lot more anger driven and efficient in their tactics when they fear they may lose.
  • Weakbut Skilled: All of their Pokémon have relatively low stats that limits their usefulness. They work to overcome this.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: They have a fear of Centiskorch due to being badly burnt by one as a child.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blue and purple hair. It's unclear if it is dyed or natural.

Played by: AnimeboyIanpower
First appearance: Pg. 21981
A kind-hearted Pokémon Trainer who always looks for adventure.

  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: See Running Gag for details.
  • All-Loving Hero: He always tries his best to be this.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He had always shown this for Piku-chan when it was just a Pichu.
  • Cheerful Child: Ian's generally very cheerful and optimistic. Combined with The Pollyanna below.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How he and Evelyn first met.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Ian says some phrases in Japanese, ranging from Yatta! to Taihenda! He is also capable of carrying on conversations fluently in Japanese.
  • Flying Broomstick: Ian used his PSI powers to make a broom fly as a costume piece for a Halloween party. He has given it to Evelyn as a gift. Though he knows how to fly it well, landing it leaves something to be desired.
  • Goroawase Number: Ian's Gym Challenge number, which he shares with Evelyn, is 556, which is pronounced "kokoro", which translates to both "heart" and "mind".
  • Groin Attack: This is what happened to the Team Rocket grunt that spotted Ian when he snuck into Team Rocket's HQ on a dare.
  • Harmless Freezing: Happened to him twice. Both times occur after he leaves Ersatz Alliance through a clothing rack, and both caused by the same Froslass (which Ian later caught and nicknamed "Yuki").
  • Henshin Hero: Ian the Pikipek, his Superhero form, is this.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: In his Pokéform, (A Ralts), Ian's hazel eyes can glow a brilliant yellow as he sends the hypnotic energy waves in the direction of his target.
  • Kid Hero: Ian is a child, age 13 (14 after defeating Misty), who always strives to do the right thing.
  • Magical Boy: Upon making a contract with Pirika, Ian has gained the power to become a Magical Boy and fight for truth, justice and love.
  • Morphic Resonance: Whenever Ian changes into his Pokéform, he retains his cap and his hazel eyes as well as his pink scarf.
  • The Pollyanna: Ian's optimism knows no limits. Hell, it's even his middle name.
  • Psychic Powers: Learned of his psychic potential from Meloetta and has been training them since.
  • Running Gag: More often than not, whenever Ian obtains a Key Item, it's clothing or clothing-related.
  • Sarcasm Mode: Even though Ian is a kind-hearted kid, he wouldn't hesitate to make a snarky comment.
  • Share the Male Pain: Ian does this when Milagros gets hit in the balls by a fence.
  • Squashed Flat: He and Piku-chan were this when a wild Snorlax rolled over on top of them.
  • Thrill Seeker: The reason why Ian is looking for the J-Team.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Ian, standing at 5'04" (4'11" when he and Evelyn first met), is much shorter than Evelyn, who stands at 5'09".
  • Transformation Trinket: Ian has three. His Magical Scarf, which turns him into a Ralts, and his Xtransceiver, which he uses to change into Ian the Pikipek, and the Sparkle Tap, which transforms him into his Magical Boy form.

    Ian's Pokémon 

In General

Piku-chan (Pichu -> Pikachu)

  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Due to Eternatus' aura, Piku-chan has become capable of Gigantamaxing.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Piku-chan has this whenever any of his friends are being threatened.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: Piku-chan is this when he uses his Iron Tail attack.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: When Piku-chan uses moves like Iron Tail and Mega Punch, watch out!
  • Lightning Bruiser: Puns aside, Piku-chan makes use of powerful attacks like Volt Tackle and Mega Punch while also making use of his speed.
  • Megaton Punch: From a Gen 1 TM, Piku-chan is capable of using the Mega Punch attack.
  • Shock and Awe: Being a Pikachu, he can use incredibly powerful electric attacks.
  • Signature Move: Thunderbolt and Volt Tackle to Piku-chan. Also invented a move called "Twinsteel Tail Strike" which is a weaker variation of Melmetal's Double Iron Bash.
  • Squashed Flat: He and his trainer were this when a wild Snorlax rolled over on top of them.
  • The Leader: Out of all Ian's Pokémon, Piku-chan could qualify as such.

Oshawittle (Oshawott)

Raru (Ralts)

  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason Raru joined Ian's team.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Raru's name is similar to the Indonesian word "Malu", which means "shy", which Raru is.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: Raru's eyes glow a bright pink as he sends the hypnotic energy waves in the direction of his target.
  • Meaningful Name: Raru is a Japanese pronunciation of "rare", which Raltses are in Ian's home region of Unova, and is also similar to "malu", the Indonesian word for "shy." See Bilingual Bonus.
  • Mysterious Mist: What is created when Raru uses Misty Terrain.
  • Psychic Children: Being both a Psychic type and a child, Raru fits this.
  • Psychic Powers: Raru's Hypnosis and Confusion are two such powers.
  • Sarcasm Mode: Raru rarely uses this, unless his trainer says something that is an Understatement
  • Shrinking Violet: Raru tends to be shy and will often use his trainer to hide.
  • The Empath: Raru, as a Ralts, uses the horns on his head to sense a person's emotions.
  • The Heart: Raru is this to the team. Shy as he may be. See The Empath for details.
  • The Smart Guy: Also Raru, mostly due to his psychic powers, is rather knowledgeable.

Mothra (Larvesta)

Totoro (Snorlax)

Miyako (Misdreavus)

Piper (Pikachu)

  • Rōnin: In between her original trainer's death and her meeting Ian.
  • Speed Blitz: Piper's Quick Attack

Yuki (Froslass)

  • An Ice Person: Yuki, being a Froslass, has access to many Ice type moves, like Ice Beam and Blizzard. However, for some reason, Ian always seems to call on Yuki to use Ice Beam.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: She and Ian can carry a conversation fluently in Japanese.
  • Meaningful Name: Yuki's name comes from the Japanese word for "snow".
  • Yukimenokonote 

Floof (Furret)

Hanuman (Chimchar)

Ritchie (Piplup)

Calcifer (Litwick)

    Jacob Iridis 

An expert Pokémon Trainer that has been into Pokémon battling for a living since he was a child.

  • All Love Is Unrequited: This is what happens every time he falls in love. Eventually he just stopped looking for it. Eventually subverted by Hikari.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: How he got his moniker, "The Pokémon Genius", he can quickly figure out how something works, and how people work from their actions, and used this to effectively plan out Batman Gambits mid-battle. After Elityria died, the trauma caused him to lose the ability to do this. As he's recovered he's gotten back into this, such as when he identified how Leng's Tsubame Gaeshi worked and a way to counter it after seeing it once.
  • Badass Normal: The only thing remotely special about him is that he can understand Pokémon speech, but other than that, he's very good at Pokémon battles having fought three or four every day for about five years, and more than capable of holding his own when needed, able to wield a sword with frightening skill with minimal training. In a practice spar with Tagg he even manages to draw with him.
  • Batman Gambit: Despite being a genius effectively only in name, he's rather effective at pulling these off. An example of which is during Orre, he knows Titan is going to underestimate him in a battle and makes use of that to rescue Regina from him.
  • Chess Motifs: Is quite fond of using chess metaphors.
  • Comically Serious: Has shades of this from time to time.
  • Death Glare: Fond of giving these when he starts getting mad, and can glare hard enough to occasionally freeze water over.
  • Determinator: Explained by himself, given a reason or if his friends or people he cares about on the line, short of death he will stop at nothing and never stop until he succeeds. Lampshaded by RedEyes!Zeal in their Mindscape battle, he's still trying to fight after being disarmed, impaled by several dozen swords, and bleeding out, and laughs, mocking that he doesn't have any more free space to be stabbed.
  • Dual Wielding: Duel wields two black and white blades known as Kanshou and Bakuya. It's the most natural style for him, so natural in fact that whenever he went from one sword to dual wielding mid-combat, he was immediately more effective, such as in the battle against RedEyes!Zeal or in his own Mindscape.
  • Friendly Rival: Seems to have this kind of relationship with Sakura at first, but actually plays this more straight with Eskay.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Is able to make very interesting gadgets and apps for his laptop, such as developing a battle simulator to test his chances of beating certain tough opponents, to building Herbert a holographic arm-mounted PC for Christmas. Also develops a fully functioning Virtual Reality chamber in his house.
  • Heroic BSoD: Losing Regina did quite a number on him.
  • Ill Girl: Well, more guy, For Kanjoh-2 and the beginning of Unova-2, courtesy of a Toxic move.
  • Incurable Cough of Death: As a result of the Toxic, until it actually got cured.
  • Jerkass/Jerk with a Heart of Gold/Nice Guy: Which one he is depends heavily on the circumstances, though he's definitely on the Nice Guy side of things as of late after starting as a Jerkass.
  • Love Makes You Evil: Not really the case, but in the J-Team TV Show, he's a villain for this reason.
  • My Greatest Failure: Considers his failure to prevent his friend Cosette from being raped and Trinity's near-death to be this.
  • Official Couple: With Hikari.
  • Scars Are Forever: Has an X-shaped scar after getting slashed by Red Eyes!Zeal during Unova-2.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Several incidences, mostly towards his introduction by virtue of being unstable. See below.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Wasn't afraid of sinking as low as Cipher during Orre, even planning on using Sylva as bait for them. Some members of the team didn't take this well.

    Jason "Skyzerk" Maxwell 
Played by: skyzerk
A Trainer from Goldenrod City that moved to Jubilife City, he left the home in search of clues about his father's death.

    Jason's Pokemon 

Grim the Noctowl

Jason's starter he received as Hoothoot. Being the Psychic-type of team, he can translate Monese for Jason.
  • I Warned You: He sometimes slips in this attitude towards Jason.

Ragna the Zangoose

Jason's father's partner Pokemon that has joined Jason's team after his father died. He acts as a guardian to Jason, even when he doesn't want.

Adephagos the Gyarados

Formerly a Magikarp that had solitary life, keeping him away from other Magikarp. After he evolved Jason changed his name to match his power hungry tendencies.
  • The Load: He saw himself as such while a Magikarp.

Linda the Sandslash

A soft spoken Sandslash, found as Sandslash. While she's quiet, she does like being complimented.

Yojimbo the Snover

A shy and apologetic Snover who wants to evolve, but can't.

Senshi the Ralts

A Ralts that chose to join Jason's team in Snowbelle.

    Joseph Hudson 
"So cute!"
Played by: ILoveDogs

Joseph Hudson is a cheerful sixteen year old Unovan. He worked as a Pokemon Breeder before meeting the J-Team.

    Kimberly Bond 
Played by: OPALGARNET 16

Kimberly Bond is a so-called "lingual consultant" (actually a part-time teacher and part-time philologist) who works at the Striaton City Trainer's School. She has an immense love of languages and a strong desire to learn Japanese and teach Monese. Kim is normally stoic, compassionate, and overtly serious, but has a soft side for cute Pokemon... or at least those she believes to be cute. She currently owns twenty-two different Pokemon, almost all of whom are named after a famous person- mostly musicians.

Her Hasslemon handle prior to her Persona awakening was lingualConsultant (LC), whereas after it was changed to renewedPhilologist (RP)

Tropes associated with Kim include:

  • Cuteness Proximity: Do not get her in front of a member of the Joltik line (especially Galvantula) if you value your eardrums, because she will start squealing externally about how cute she thinks they are. She's even like this over text, as 9-Volt learned the hard way. In recent posts, she has been getting better, but still finds herself squealing internally upon seeing a cute Pokemon, especially a Galvantula and even more especially if that Galvantula is Cuddles... who doesn't seem to mind. For that matter, don't get her anywhere near a Feraligatr, Swampert, Hydreigon, Grotle, Cinderace, or Psyduck either.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes, but not nearly to the extent of Kendall or Kamui and definitely not to the extent of her own Pokemon, most notably Sinatra and John.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Kim was a touch more easily exciteable in earlier posts, and also used to carry around a Pokedex (which she no longer does).
  • I Hate Past Me: Over the course of the RP, Kim grows to regret her former behaviors of incessance, most notably towards Kendall, and after her Persona awakening, she strives to not make those same mistakes again. She's getting better... mostly.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Her conversations with 9-Volt and Hoops in Stow-on-Side confirmed that she envies Kendall, Ian, and Evelyn for their powers, their ability to speak the Japanese language fluently, and the fact that they have done things such as fight threats to the multiverse whereas she feels she hasn't done anything exciting since joining the J-Team. It's heavily implied, if not outright stated, that this is the reason why she claimed herself to be a "lingual consultant" (a job that doesn't exist) rather than what she actually is: a philologist. 9-Volt and Hoops promptly get her to realize that just because she's not special, it doesn't mean she shouldn't take pride in her accomplishments, and it's one of the main things that ultimately leads to the realization that awakens her Persona.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: In a similar vein to the above, one of the reasons Kim joined the J-Team was because she wanted to make friends with people, given that she grew up friendless. She ends up getting a ton of friends, most notably Ian and Evelyn, and in a speech at a J-Team meeting, she thanks them all for getting her to where she is today, finally feeling like she belongs.
  • Image Song: "Distant Early Warning" by Rush, which is where she got her summoning catchphrase, "Red alert, [name]!", from.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": As Kim is a philologist and lingual buff, she cares very much about proper pronunciation, and can sometimes be a bit too insistent on the technically "correct" pronunciation. Most notably, she is quick to tell just about everybody that doesn't know otherwise that Kendall's last name is supposed to be pronounced to rhyme with "fever" note  rather than "ever" note .
  • It's All My Fault: If Kim feels as though she has made a bad impression on someone or something, most notably Kendall, she has a tendency to beat herself up about it. Hard.
  • Last-Name Basis: Kim often insists on referring to other people by their last name, as though they are colleagues, and only refers to her Pokemon, her close friends, or people whose last name she doesn't know by their first name. For example, she refers to Kendall as "Rever" and all of his Pokemon barring 9-Volt and Lucario by their last name as humans (Shunner, Barrett, Strider, Hikari, and so on).
  • Meaningful Name: Her current Hasslemon handle is renewedPhilologist (RP), which reflects her renewed sense of self-esteem and her desire to no longer be living a lie about herself and her profession. See also Meaningful Rename below.
  • Meaningful Rename: Her former Hasslemon handle was lingualConsultant (LC)- what she claimed was her job despite it not actually existing, and a indication that she was hiding under a mask of stoicism. After her Persona awakening, however, she changed it to renewedPhilologist (RP) offscreen, reflecting her desire to no longer live a lie about who she is.
  • My Favorite Shirt: Is almost always seen wearing a lab coat with a 2112 pin on it, a remnant of her job as a philologist and teacher at the Trainer's School.
  • Not So Above It All: See Cuteness Proximity above.
  • Not So Stoic: You'd be surprised by how often Kim bursts into tears. This most notably happens if she's feeling extremely guilty or extremely relieved.
    • An even bigger indicator of this is if Kim ever panics for any reason, whether it be due to her first time experiencing a Legendary Facepalm courtesy of Kendall Rever, or due to her thinking that the J-Team is going to disband.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: If Kim breaks in any way from her stoic personality (most notably, if she bursts into tears or panicks for any reason), things are likely going very, very wrong for her. This was most notably shown after her conversation with 9-Volt in text in the Stow-on-Side Gym- she felt so guilty about her emotions that she flat-out bawled. Another example was at the J-Team meeting, where after finding out about what happened during the Final Shell and about Ian's involvement in the summoning of the Fanatic, she is very uncharacteristically vocal in expressing her disappointment with him. It, unfortunately, starts off a cascade of events that lead to yet another moment of this for her: her panic attack in the halls of the Stormchaser, when she believes the J-Team is going to disband.
  • The Stoic: Probably her defining personality trait. Kim is, for the most part, a very serious and stoic individual, often not really reacting to things that others would find unusual, or at the very least having a relatively subdued reaction to them.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Kim has a fear of extremely high heights.
  • You Called Me "X"; It Must Be Serious: Kim usually refers to people by their last name, so if she ever calls anyone by their first name, it's usually a sign that she's extremely scared and/or guilty. This was most notably shown during the aftermath of Kim's first experience with Kendall's Legendary Facepalm. Not knowing where her friends were, she started getting more and more terrified by the minute, and eventually got so scared that she screamed for Kendall using his first name (which he was still going by at the time).
    • It's the exact reverse with Ian and Evelyn. She got to know them by their first names first, so if she calls them "Salberg" and "Promeneau", respectively, it's a sign that things have gone out of hand. The most notable example of this occurred after her reunion with Ian in Hulbury, when she wanted to surprise him. She told him that she missed the battle between him and Nessa (when in fact, she had seen the entire thing), and upon learning that she lied to him, Ian promptly went into a mode of Tranquil Fury that [[OOC Is Serious Business was so unexpected], it terrified Kim into calling him "Salberg" out of respect (and as a way to promise him she'd never do it again). Ian, naturally, proceeded to react with shock to this.

    Kimberly Bond's Pokemon 

Tropes that apply to all of them:

Paul (Caterpie —> Metapod —> Butterfree)

Kimberly Bond's carefree, cheerful Butterfree, who serves as her starter Pokemon. He is named after Paul McCartney of the Beatles, and is one of the four "Beatlemons" along with John, George, and Ringo.

Tropes associated with him include:

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Despite his Mild nature and his carefree lifestyle, Paul has his limits just like any other Pokemon on Kim's team, and is able to dish out some very hard-hitting attacks in the heat of battle or if the person in question is an absolute Hate Sink.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Like all of the other members of Kimberly Bond's team, he has one of these. While Kim is walking through Viridian City counting syllables and desperately searching for other members of the J-Team, Paul is happily singing The Beatles' "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" without a care in the world, showcasing his love of the Beatles' music as well as his carefree personality.
  • Image Song: According to Goldenheart388, his image song is "Hey Jude," originally sung by The Beatles. This trend continues for all of Kim's Pokemon except for Kaylan, Orwell, Peechee, and Boseman. Incidentally, said song was written and recorded by Paul McCartney, and the trend also continues for all four Beatlemons. His Broadway image song, meanwhile, is "Love Thy Neighbor" from The Prom. Both songs serve as a look at Paul's nature as a peacekeeping Nice Guy who just wants everyone to love each other for who they are.
  • Meaningful Name: He was named after Paul McCartney of the Beatles and Wings— and Butterfree is a Bug/Flying type Pokemon. The namesake also fits with his carefree and peaceful nature, given that a lot of Beatles songs are about peace and love and also given that McCartney himself is seen as the most carefree member of the Fab Four.
    • His Hasslemon handle, butterfreeCrossing (BC), serves as a pun on a zebra crossing, similar to the one featured on the cover of the Beatles' famous Abbey Road album.
  • Martial Pacifist: He prefers to deal with conflict peacefully, but won't hesitate to use physical moves when push comes to shove.
  • Named After Someone Famous: In this case, Paul McCartney of the Beatles; see Meaningful Name above.
  • Nice Guy: Out of the original five members of Kim's team, Paul is usually the one most likely to keep the peace among the group, though Geddy doesn't fall very far behind. He's definitely the one most likely to try and keep the peace out of the Beatlemons, though naturally he and John do sometimes get into fights.
  • Out of Focus: Despite being Kim's first Pokemon, he's featured the least out of the original five. However, he does get more screentime when the Beatlemons are caught by Kim.
  • Realistic Diction Is Unrealistic: Averted; Paul's dialogue is meant to sound as realistic as possible, and is specifically meant to emulate the Verbal Tics of the real [1]; as such, there is a lot of repetition, pausing in the middle of sentences, rambling on and on, and a frequent, repeated use of the words "y'know" and "really". Especially the former, since, again, [2] (one video counted the number of times he said it in an interview, and it was ''48'').
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The humble, easygoing, and carefree Blue Oni to John's egotistical, sarcastic, and hammy Red Oni. He's also the Blue Oni to the charismatic Brooklyn Rager Sinatra's Red.
  • Verbal Tic: See Realistic Diction Is Unrealistic-- see that trope above, it's really-- y'know, it's pretty much exactly how Paul speaks in the roleplay, y'know, they meant for it to be like that.
    • His typing quirk on Hasslemon is as follows: green text, all lowercase letters, no ending punctuation, with his words encased in curly brackets that start with a hashtag and every word followed by a zero to make it resemble a submarine.
    • #{or 0 in 0 other 0 words 0 it 0 looks 0 like 0 y'know 0 it 0 looks 0 like 0 this}
    • The rest of the Beatlemons all have variants on the above quirk, barring Paul's caveat that every word or phrase that is a pun on a Beatles song or album (i.e. "yesterday", "help", "let it be", "abbey", "road", or "abbey road", "think for yourself", etc.) is capitalized and italicized.

    Krieg Blight 
Played by: Lawlight

Krieg is a private Investigater currently hired by the Aether Foundation to investigate the currnt UB's Apearances.

    Krieg's Pokemons 

Gen the Gengar

Magma the Magmar

Cro the Crobat

Lyn the Lycanroc

  • Jerkass: Butts head with Magmar due to their similarities in this aspect.

    Locke "Argent" Elroy 
Played by: MHMhasf1998

Locke, who is called Argent as a codename, due to his silver eyes and being from Canalave City, is a 19 year old detective working for the International Police. When he was 15, his parents were killed by a member of Team Galactic known as Wesker The Whisperer, who burned their house down with them still inside. His mother had pushed him out just in time, while they died in the flames. He has wowed to become strong enough to avenge his parents, and bring Wesker to justice, once and for all.

  • Curb-Stomp Battle: On the receiving end of a brutal one, by Wesker, when he first sees him in Kalos, 4 years after his parent's murder.
  • Can't Catch Up: To Wesker, currently trying to fix that.
  • Closet Geek: He prefers not to discuss his hobbies with strangers or acquaintances, and keeps a serious, on the job demeanor when around people besides friends, usually. Seems to be getting out of it by the point he meets Robin, who he engages in a lampshaded Jo Jos Bizzare Adventure type of battle.
  • Heroic BSoD: After the Curb-Stomp Battle.
  • Nice Guy: Besides his utter hatred of Wesker, he's an okay guy, going from one city to another just find a family heirloom of a little old lady, and frequently treats people to all you-can-eat meals, him paying.
  • Talking with Signs: Communicates with his Pokemon by having them write down what they want to say on a notepad he carries around, and he replies to them.(Usually not with Mirror as he can the two of them can just communicate telepathically.)
  • Tragic Keepsake: His locket, it houses the only photos of him and his parents that he has, as they were almost all burnt in the fire at his house.
  • Villain Takes an Interest: Wesker did, after their battle.
  • Waistcoat of Style: Likes wearing these.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Is pyrophobic, he paralyses in fear and memories when he sees a blaze of fire, which makes being around Denise uncomfortable for him.

    Locke's Pokemon 

Axel The Swampert

Locke's first Pokemon. The fun-loving goofball of the team.
  • Big Fun: As a Swampert, he's naturally fairly big.

Geo the Lucario

Locke's honorable Lucario. Usually wears a bowtie.

Mirror the Bronzong

The only normal one, despite being a floating Totem.

Denise the Arcanine

Received from the International Police, Denise is the main means of transportation.

Rocker the Hawlucha

Caught along with Gundam in a double battle. He was born and raised in Unova, where his parents had moved, but he escaped to Kalos.

Gundam the Golett

A Golett captured at the same time as Rocker. Often acts like a robot.

Willow the Froslass

A Froslass that was tapped in a broken Pokeball but had been escaping to help Denise and Geo heal after the fight with Wesker. Joins the group, and may have a crush on Denise.

     Lucius Cain 

"I've always had to rely on my wits to get me out of trouble. Problem is, they usually lead me straight into it."

Played By: Herbert40k
First Appearance: Page 9413

A 23 year old trainer (15 at his debut) born and raised in Eterna City, Sinnoh, who met the group in Virbank City. His father was a Team Galactic commander who disappeared a week before the events at Spear Pillar, and his goal ever since has been to find him and bring him to justice. Lucius is an antisocial loner with severe trust issues and a vicious mean streak - and yet to those few he manages to befriend, he shows a much softer and more vulnerable side. Since joining the J-Team, he has starred in a movie, started to learn how to use Aura, taken command of an army of Pawniard, and gotten roped into a love triangle.

Mid-way through the Kalos arc, he decided to leave the J-Team and travel solo with his close friend Alice. He returned during Ranger-2, having taken up the Batman-esqe alter-ego of "the Auric Avenger". He was mostly known as Herbert prior to Ranger-2.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Carol (amongst others) calls him "Herby".
  • Always Someone Better: Amongst his many insecurities is a crippling inferiority complex, which causes him to view nearly everyone else as this.
  • Arch-Enemy: Alexiel, though he just sees Lucius as an annoyance.
  • Apologises a Lot: When he's not being a massive Jerkass.
  • Bad Liar: You don't need to be a Heart of Gold to tell if he's lying or not. Tagg even describes him as almost as bad at lying as Crewe.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Him and Crewe are into each other, but they also like to snark at each other.
  • Berserk Button: Don't call him short.
  • Boxing Lessons for Superman: Prior to Ranger-2, he goes through martial training with Alice, who teaches him to rely less on Aura and more on mundane combat skills in order to combat the increasing number of Illusion and Neo-Galactic members with Aura Jammers.
  • Butt-Monkey: To be fair, though, most of the time he deserves it. Most of the time.
  • Byronic Hero: Played with to some extent. He's certainly dark and brooding, with both strong personal convictions that often run contrary to the majority and a troubled past. However, he's less "handsome, intelligent and cunning" and more "scrawny, headstrong and impulsive". In addition, whilst plots involving him are usually dramatic, he's not above moments of levity.
  • Casanova Wannabe: If it's female and human, Lucius will attempt to flirt with it. This leads to a Once Done, Never Forgotten moment when he tries to flirt with a genderbent Eskay.
  • Chick Magnet: Despite his poor flirting record Carol, Crewe, Samantha, Alice, and Sarah have all had feelings for him at some point.
  • The Cowl: As the Auric Avenger he's a gloomier superhero, in contrast to Shingeko's Cape.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Both he and Tagg spend a lot of time snarking at whatever they encounter in their adventures.
  • Determinator: Develops into this over time. Lucius is simply too stubborn to quit, no matter what he goes through or how much punishment he takes.
  • Determined Defeatist: Lucius is a firm pessimist, and yet his stubbornness drives him to keep fighting even in the face of overwhelming odds.
  • Discard and Draw: After getting revived he loses his classical Aura powers, but gains Ghost Obscuric abilities as a result of his new body.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": He mostly went by Herbert, for reasons he kept to himself. After Kalos he decides to start going by Lucius again.
  • The Empath: A novice Auric, though just because he's able to read people's emotional state doesn't mean he pays any attention to it. He loses those abilities once he's revived.
  • Expecting Someone Taller: Inverted when Sarah meets Lucius again in Fiore when it turns out he's managed to grow a few inches in the interim.
  • Hates Being Touched: Downplayed. Lucius doesn't like physical contact and rarely initiates it himself, but never reacted adversely to it. Then Orre rolls around, and he develops a crippling fear of being touched by anyone, Duke in particular due to the beating he handed him while Shadowed. He's begun to overcome this phobia, however.
  • I Have Many Names: Has four real names, one personal alias, and no less than five separate nicknames of various quality.
  • Heroes Want Redheads: Had some sort of relationship with Alice in the past, and was in one with Samantha.
  • Innocent Bigot: As a result of being raised by a Team Galactic commander, he has some rather... backwards views about Pokémon prior to being set straight. He's not as bad as Galactic are, but he doesn't see Pokemon as anything more than intelligent but still inferior animals and the concept of a human/Pokemon relationship utterly revolted him. This gets him a vicious ass-whooping at the hands of Diane. Eventually he learns to become more accepting of Pokemon as sentient creatures.
  • Insistent Terminology: He's "vertically challenged" regarding his shortness.
  • Insult of Endearment: Crewe's mocking appellation of "fruitcake" comes to be used in a more affectionate context over time.
  • It's Personal: He considers his vendetta against Alexiel to be deeply personal. Alexiel, of course, doesn't consider him to be anything more than a particularly persistent nuisance.
  • Jerkass: His stubbornness, tendency to hold grudges, and casually mean-spirited commentary even in the most inappropriate of situations doesn't win him many friends, yet Lucius can (usually) be called upon to do the right thing when it counts.
  • Luminescent Blush: Whenever he is embarrassed in front of a girl. Which is pretty much always.
  • Knight in Sour Armor: Like Tagg has has a rather cynical view of the world, but still fights to protect the helpless anyway.
  • Official Couple: With Samantha, until their breakup. Their relationship was hardly as straight an example as most couples in the RP, however; having a girlfriend doesn't make him any less afraid of long-term commitment, and whilst he genuinely cares for Samantha, he still has difficulties keeping his feelings for other girls in check.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: He wouldn't get into half as many fights if he could just keep his mouth shut on occasion.
  • Made of Iron: For a frail teenager, Lucius is ridiculously hard to kill. Justified during Okamiquest, however, as the Orange Locket provides him with a Healing Factor.
  • Name of Cain: His surname is Cain, and just like IRL, having that name has given him nothing but trouble.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: One of his driving motivations. After everything he went through in Orre, he's determined to prevent such a situation from ever occurring again.
  • Principles Zealot: Samantha compares him to Rorschach because of his refusal to compromise his values under any circumstances.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Towards Carol, even though Everyone Can See It.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With Tagg and Ammy at the beginning of Okamiquest, though they later all end up becoming Fire-Forged Friends. His friendship with Tagg collapses after the events of Orre, however, but is reforged after he gets revived.
  • These Hands Have Killed: Experiences this after killing Edge, which causes a brief period of Heroic BSoD.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: In contrast to Tagg, who doesn't have quite as many issues with killing. During the Okamiquest arc he becomes more of a Martial Pacifist.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Samantha was nearly six inches taller than him when he first started dating her, though he's closed the gap somewhat since then.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Lyuri. Until Orre, where the "best buds" bit disappeared, and hard. Eventually the two repair their friendship, though it took them the better part of a year to do so.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Even when sparring with his own girlfriend, he shows no more restraint than he would against anybody else.

Tropes that apply to AU!Herbert:

     Lucius' Pokemon 

Tropes that apply to the whole team:

Kirk (Male Lucario)

Kirk is Lucius' starter, and is rather more boisterous than most Lucario.

  • Blood Knight: Never shies away from a fight.
  • Boisterous Weakling: Downplayed. Kirk can actually fight, and is probably the second-strongest Pokemon on Lucius' team, but he can almost never back up his boasts about being able to beat everyone in the room.
  • Characterization Marches On: Wasn't nearly as much of a Jerkass during his first appearances.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Inverted. Because of a misunderstanding, he believes the kind and emphatic Eskay is a murderer and is highly hostile towards him.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: In combat, though he occasionally slips into being a Master of None.
  • Jerkass: Kirk can like his trainer often be a bit of an asshole, especially towards mons he considers annoying and weak such as Gogie.
  • Put on a Bus: During the end of Holon and entirety of Orre.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Leaves Herbert's team due to a combination of feeling like he was being held back and Herbert seemingly dying.
  • Sore Loser: Towards Seth after their first time facing each other.
  • Those Two Guys: With Ripley.

In the AU, Kirk's belief in Pokemon supremacy led to him abandoning Herbert and joining Scolemis, indirectly leading to the former's death. After Scolemis collapsed, he signed up with the Seven Jerk Dragons instead, despite his non-draconic origins.

Tropes that apply to AU!Kirk:

  • Blood Knight: Even more so than in the OU.
  • Jerkass: Surprisingly enough, he actually comes off as less abrasive than his OU counterpart, though this may just be by the standards of the AU.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Unlike his OU counterpart, however, he shows no signs of trying to improve his attitude - he's an unrepentant Blood Knight who abandoned his own trainer, has no qualms about serving a brutal and oppressive regime and is perfectly willing to betray his own allies for a chance at political advancement.
  • Remember the New Guy?: A former Scolemis officer and a major player in the AUnova political scene... who just happened to have never shown up in the original AU arc.

Maul (Male Alakazam)

Maul was given to Lucius by his father. Though he is a capable telepath, he never speaks, except in cryptic half-sentences.

Ripley (Female Weavile)

Ripley was caught by Lucius near Snowpoint City, although she doesn't seem to like her trainer much and regards him as more of an annoyance than anything. Eventually traded to Joseph prior to Orre.

  • Mama Bear: She does care about Newt's well-being and hurting (or losing her in the case of Joseph) is a good way of earning her rage.

Newt (Female Sneasel)

Ripley and Rogue's eldest (and only) daughter, Newt was the product of what was supposed to be a one-night tryst in Lentimas. Despite technically being Lucius' Pokemon, she spent most of her time with Joseph before finally being officially traded to him.

Bishop (Male Scizor)

Bishop was a former Shadow Pokemon, found and rescued by Lucius in Orre. He is fiercely loyal to Herbert because of this.

  • Badass Adorable: At least according to Sakura.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: A friendly, polite and reserved Pokemon who despises violence in all its forms... who also happens to be the strongest Pokemon on Lucius' team and in possession of powerful paternal instincts. Messing with him or his team is a very bad idea, as Teacher found out.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: As a Shadow Pokemon, he tore two Cipher members to shreds and almost killed Herbert when they first met.
  • Deadpan Snarker: It's subtle, but Bishop's brand of wit is rather sarcastic. Get him angry - a difficult feat - and he unleashes a vicious barrage of snark.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Seems to consider becoming a Shadow Pokémon as such.
  • Glass Cannon: As a Scyther, Bishop was powerful, but he could barely take even a couple of hits.
  • Jumped at the Call: Was quite eager to evolve and probably would do so immediately was it not for Herbert deciding to wait for a while.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He seems to have become one upon evolution.
  • Nice Guy: One of the only Pokemon on Herbert's team willing to place the wellbeing of others above his own.
  • Papa Wolf: Possesses strong paternal instincts and is highly protective of his team.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: Is still good friends with Seth despite him not reciprocating his crush.
  • Straight Gay: He has a crush on Sakura's Scizor, Seth, who doesn't reciprocate.
  • Team Dad: The one responsible for taking care of his team, especially without Kirk around.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Lucius, to the point where he will inflict Disproportionate Retribution on anyone that threatens him.
  • Why Did It Have To Be...:
    • Stone Edge: Possibly the move he was hit with the most ever since his debut, though that's bound to change since he's now a Scizor.
    • Shadow Pokémon: Completely froze upon facing Shadow!Duke, but has learnt to face his fear after multiple encounters with other Shadows.

Elan (Male Bibarel)

A Bibarel Lucius was given in Sinnoh as a HM user, Elan spends most of his time boxed.

Leia (Female Politoed)

A Politoed from the Dream World, caught by Lucius in Castelia City.

Wrex (Male Scraggy)

A hyperactive young Scraggy caught by Lucius on Route 4 in Unova.

  • Keet: He is constantly bouncing around, trying to fight with everything he sees and yelling excitedly.
  • Motor Mouth: Has his moments, sometimes accompanied by fellow Motor Mouth Shale for double the headache and confusion.

Falchion (Male Bisharp)

A Pawniard that formerly worked for Edge's Pawniard army, which kidnapped Carol. Falchion was taken captive by Luicus and is now forced to work for him instead.

  • Defeat Means Friendship: After his defeat, Edge's last order to him was to follow Herbert's orders, and he does so to the best of his ability. Doesn't mean he likes it, however.
  • Dirty Coward: Will utilise any means possible to get out of a fight.

Samus (Female Tranquill)

A Dream World Tranquill, Samus was originally caught by Lucius as a Pidove in Opelucid City.

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Divorced from reality to an almost dangerous extent, to the point where she refers to Aelia as a "nice scientist lady" and enjoys being forcibly multityped.

Harkness (Male Monferno)

Originally a Chimchar caught by Jacob in the Unova League at the peak of the Dream World crisis, Harkness has since been traded to Lucius and evolved into a Monferno.

  • The Slacker: Terminally work-shy, and spends most of his time inside his ball.

Revan (Male Dusknoir)

Lucanus' closest companion during his life, Revan died at the hands of the Ghost Lord, only to be resurrected as a ghost himself. He spent the next six centuries in a Holonese tomb before eventually being found by Lucius' team. Is also Maul's ancestor.

Kerrigan (Female Machop)

A Shadow Pokemon that Lucius snagged from a pair of Cipher Peons in Orre.

    Matthew "Eridanus" 
Played by: PinkCelebi
A Trainer from Hoenn that's somewhere between 17-19 years old. Has set out on journey somewhere after his parents died. Has currently met Sarah of the J-Team (though he doesn't know anything about the team, yet), Silent and

  • Conveniently an Orphan: His parents died when a storm destroyed part of the city. He survived because luckily he wasn't there.
  • Heroic BSoD: Experienced on in the past, but has gotten out of it thanks to help of a friend he made.
  • Nice Guy: He is rather kind to people he meets.

    Matthew's Pokemon 

Denshi (Female Raichu)

Eridanus's starter that has been received as a Pichu from a friend that's also her former Trainer.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Her actions show this sometimes. For example, when it was revealed that her Hidden Power would be a Dragon-type, she pretended to be a dragon.
  • Genki Girl: Has a lot of energy.
  • Nice Girl: Like her Trainer, she's a kind Pokemon by default.

Forge (Masculine Magnemite)

A Magnemite caught back in Mauville City when Pokemon from New Mauville started to swarm the city. While Magnemite's physical gender is unknown, mentally Forge is a male.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Once in a while, you'll see him sporting a sarcastic remark.
  • Genius Bruiser: He is the smart guy of the team, but at the same time, his combat abilities aren't behind the rest of the team.

Fox (Male Trapinch)

Trapinch caught back in Hoenn on Route 111.
  • Spirited Competitor: Seeks to improve his combat abilities. However, he can go easy on someone if needed.

Vivi (Male Fennekin)

A Fennekin received from Sycamore's assistant.
  • The Prankster: Sometimes plays a prank on someone, like setting them on fire ala anime gag.

    Meddler/Rebecca Goldman 
Played by: Meddler413

Meddler/Rebecca Goldman, is a 17 year-old part-time trainer. She started her journey at around 8-10 years old, tagging along with her brother, Gamer. Meddler ended up getting ditched by Gamer in a bookstore. She spent the next two years looking for Gamer, somehow becoming a Sinnoh champion along the way. She eventually caught up to her brother and traveled with the J-Team for a while before returning home to focus on school and run from her feelings. But with the arrival of the J-Team in Hoenn, Rebecca's wanderlust was reawakened, and she has rejoined the J-Team in search of a good adventure.

  • Sweet Tooth: has a thing for chocolate.
  • The Klutz: This has not gone away in her later years.
  • The Load: At least, to Gamer she was this.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Dyed her hair purple after leaving the J-Team, and continues to dye it many different colors, including pink, green, and American Flag colored.

In the AU: Meddler(called Meds in this timeline) ran away from home when she was 8, in hopes of becoming an actress and because she was bored with her life. She ended up in Unova, becoming a pickpocket and living in a dumpster. Strangely enough, she wound up with the same Pokemon her original-timeline-self had.

  • Bash Brothers: With Gamer on the final battle against Cyrus and Primal!Dialgia

     Meddler's Pokemon 

Violet the Swampert

Sally the Cinccino

Benny the Gigalith

    Megan Nguyen 

A former Gym Trainer for the Pastoria Gym who ends up joining the J-Team.

  • Amazonian Beauty: She's 5'10"/178 cm and very muscular due to the amount of swimming she's had to do as a Gym Trainer, and is considered no less attractive for it. In fact, her "swimmer arms" are considered part of her appeal in-universe.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Megan's one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. She's also a skilled enough trainer and personal combatant to give Kai and Tagg a decent fight.
  • Color Motif: She's always wearing something blue.
  • Making a Splash: Prior to leaving the Pastoria Gym she specialized in Water-types, and even afterwards has a particular specialty when it comes to water.
  • Master-Apprentice Chain: She's Ever's apprentice, making her Tagg's grand-apprentice.
  • Nice Girl: Megan's one of the nicest J-Teamers.
  • One Degree of Separation: Once worked for Star's family courier company when she was younger before joining the J-Team during the former's several year hiatus.
  • People Puppets: Molybdenum enthralls her for around a month during the Galar Arc.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Under her water-based alias of Suiko, she uses a trident.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Despite wearing the opposing blue to Daydre's red, she's more of a Red Oni, being the more excitable and Hot-Blooded of the two.
  • Ship Tease: She and Daydre have mutual crushes on one another but haven't acted on their feelings yet.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She comes back from a forced multiversal adventure as a very skilled fighter.

    Mezzopiano "Mezzo" Morendo 
Played by: Mezzopiano 24 year old trainer and self-styled "Dark-type Fangirl" who met the group when she arrived in Fiore. She originally hails from Castelia City in Unova. Her goal is to one day become the world's first Dark type Gym Leader. Since joining the group, she's been turned into a Purrloin, met several legendaries, and fallen in love.

In the AU arc, after her home was taken over by Scolipede and Artemis, she surrendered to their forces and joined their army. She rose through the ranks until she became the governor of Black City, leading her own Dark-type branch of Scolemis' army named the Black Guard.

First appearance: Page 1667.

  • Alliterative Name: Mezzo Morendo.
  • Ascended Fangirl: She used to write fanfiction of the team before she joined them, though she now considers it an Old Shame. (Tagg and Gamer taking turns mocking it while ignorant of the writer's true identity probably also helped.)
  • Bifauxnen: Several people have mistaken her for a boy due to her short haircut.
  • Boss in Mook's Clothing: During the Galar Arc Mezzo becomes a Gym Trainer for the Spikemuth Gym, serving as a potentially Champion-level challenge for people who are trying to get their 7th Badge.
  • Casting a Shadow: Her whole team is made up of Dark-type, and herself as a Liepard, which are Dark-type.
  • Cat Girl: Has some shades of this, particularly when exposed to Skittynip due to her feline Pokéform.
  • Celeb Crush: She had one on Grimsley for a while. She's mostly over it now that she's in a relationship.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she first met the group.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Mezzo is a pretty nice person overall, despite having a team full of Dark-types, though she can have a bit of a mean streak at times.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Certainly has her moments of snarkiness.
  • Determinator: Managed to beat the Unova League years before she met the rest of the J-Team. It took her about 33 tries.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Always wears black.
  • Meganekko: Wears glasses, except in the AU arc, where she wears contacts instead.
  • Musical Theme Naming: She and all of her siblings are named after terms on the dynamics scale.
  • Not a Morning Person: She has a tendency to sleep late.
  • Official Couple: In a relationship with Ever.
  • Parasol of Pain: Gained one when she was drawn into a Pokémon version of The Great Cave Offensive. She's kept it around since then.
  • Perky Goth: Sure, she wears black all the time and trains only Dark types, but she still knows how to have fun.
  • Sweet Tooth: Loves candy.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: There are still arguments going on in the in-universe fanbase as to whether she's a boy or girl, and Mezzo has at times made contradictory statements regarding her gender in order to troll the fanbase.
  • Weight Woe: Once she starts getting pudgier as a result of all the candy she eats, Mezzo starts feeling very self-conscious about her weight.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Natural in her case.

Tropes that apply to AU Mezzo:

    Mezzopiano's Pokémon 

Tropes that apply to the whole team:

  • Casting a Shadow: All are Dark types.
  • Everybody's Dead, Dave: Nearly all Mezzo's mons save for Felis and Dreadwing end up dying fighting Napoleon's forces in the AU.
  • Face–Heel Turn: The majority of Mezzo's mons are evil in the AU arc.
  • No-Sell: Against Psychic attacks. However, it also means they can't receive telepathic messages.

Felis (Male Liepard)

"I love the looks on their faces when I take their pride and smash it against the ground."
Nature: Sassy
Ability: Limber
Met: Castelia City (Purrloin; house pet)
Ball: Premier
Favorite move: Taunt

Mezzo's starter, originally a pet Purrloin she received as a birthday present before she began her journey. He considers himself Mezzo's favorite, and in a few ways, he's right. He has a bit of a spoiled attitude, but does love his trainer.

  • Attack the Tail: Gets his tail cut off by Napoleon in the AU.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Insults everyone, including literal dragons and legendaries. Twice has he tried to bully Nadia, and both times he was nearly killed.
  • Cats Are Mean: Felis is a Liepard, and he certainly is very mean.
  • Cats Are Snarkers: Felis can't help but give at least one snarky remark to someone.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Insults Ho-oh, a god, without skipping a beat.
  • Flat "What": Uses these so often, it's practically his catchphrase.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Sticks with Mezzo no matter what, even when the Nihilego toxin is messing with her mind he refuses to abandon her and even fights the J-Teamers who try to stop her out of pure loyalty.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Has shown that despite being a jerk most of the time he does care about Mezzo.

Sunny (Male Umbreon; an Espeon in the AU)

"Oh, aren't they just so cute together?"
Nature: Jolly
Ability: Synchronize
Met: Castelia City (gift from Forte)
Ball: Poké
Favorite move: Moonlight

An Umbreon that Mezzo received as a gift from her brother. He is generally cheerful and optimistic, despite his Dark typing but fitting his name. He's the only member of Mezzo's team who can read. He has an interest in writing fanfiction and a tendency to pair people together in his head.

  • Squee!: What he does upon encountering a new ship. Also how he uses Screech.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Particularly in the AU, where it's his idealism that ends up awakening Zekrom.

Yin (Male Absol)

"The end has come! Run for the hills!"
Nature: Naive
Ability: Pressure
Met: Route 213
Ball: Ultra
Favorite move: Sucker Punch

An Absol that Mezzo caught traveling in a pack on Sinnoh's Route 213. He is very wary and quick to flee, particularly when he can feel a disaster coming.

  • Cowardly Lion: Despite being the first to flee Yin is willing to fight when he has to.
  • Properly Paranoid: Has moments when he's actually quite right to flee.
  • The End Is Nigh: Gets like this whenever he senses an impending disaster.
  • Villainous Valour: Decides to fight against Napoleon's forces in the AU without a hint of fear.

Dreadwing (Female Mandibuzz)

"My flying's just fine. It's just my landings that need work."
Nature: Quirky
Ability: Overcoat
Met: Route 10 (Vullaby)
Ball: Ultra
Favorite move: Rest

A Mandibuzz that Mezzo originally caught as a Vullaby on Unova Route 10. She likes to collect bones to decorate herself with. Mezzo uses her to fly, since she's bigger than Nevermore.

  • Blow You Away: Part Flying type.
  • Captain Crash: Whenever she tries to fly Mezzo anywhere, she ends up crashing into someone or something.
  • Made of Iron: Survived a Thunderbolt in the AU that killed Nevermore despite her weakness to Electric attacks.

Cerberus (Female Houndoom)

"I'm bored. Can I go burn something?"
Nature: Rash
Ability: Early Bird
Met: Route 9 (Houndour)
Ball: Ultra
Favorite move: Flamethrower

A Houndoom that Mezzo caught from a pack traveling on Unova Route 9. She loves nothing more than to burn things with her fiery breath.

Muramasa (Female Bisharp)

Nature: Quiet
Ability: Defiant
Met: Route 9 (Pawniard)
Ball: Ultra
Favorite move: Night Slash

A Bisharp that Mezzo originally caught as a Pawniard on Unova Route 9. Little is known about her, as she rarely ever speaks.

Charybdis (Female Hydreigon)

"Know your place, worm."
Nature: Adamant
Ability: Levitate
Met: Victory Road (Deino)
Ball: Quick
Favorite move: Dragon Pulse

A Hydreigon that was caught as a Deino on Unova's Victory Road. Before she evolved, Felis tormented her relentlessly. After an incident involving a Dragon Pulse so strong it prevented Felis from walking for a week, he is now utterly terrified of her. Mezzo rides on her when she needs to cross water, since she's the only one on the team that knows Surf.

  • Pride: Thinks of herself as superior to all other Pokémon.

Serket (Female Drapion)

"These are weak trainers. Where are the strong ones?"
Nature: Serious
Ability: Battle Armor
Met: Great Marsh (Skorupi)
Ball: Safari
Favorite move: Cross Poison

A Drapion that was originally caught as a Skorupi in Sinnoh's Safari Zone. She views battling as a friendly competition, and is mostly interested in developing new strategies and seeking worthy opponents.

Nevermore (Female Honchkrow)

"Hey, I'm her boss, I can do what I want with her."
Nature: Adamant
Ability: Super Luck
Met: Eterna Forest (Murkrow)
Ball: Poké
Favorite move: Nasty Plot

A Honchkrow that was originally caught as a Murkrow in Sinnoh's Eterna Forest. She is pushy and demanding, and has a habit of pecking Mezzo in the head until her demands are met. She thinks of herself as the boss and Mezzo and her other Pokémon as her minions.

  • Jerkass: Is a big one, and unlike Felis she's yet to have any sympathetic moments.

Spiny (Male Sharpedo)

"You taste good!"
Nature: Impish
Ability: Rough Skin
Met: Off the coast of Tarocco Island (Carvanha)
Ball: Ultra
Favorite move: Bite

A Sharpedo that Mezzo caught as a Carvanha in the Orange Islands. He likes to bite things.

Butterscotch (Male Zoroark)
"You peoplemons are crazy."
Nature: Serious
Ability: Illusion
Met: Shamouti Island (Zorua; gift from Fool)
Ball: Poké
Favorite move: Dark Pulse

An illusionary Zoroark that was created by Fool practicing Obscura powers. He gained a life of his own and was given away to Mezzo. As a result of his odd origin, he is yellow instead of the usual Zoroark colors.

Bellatrix (Female Scrafty)

Nature: Unknown
Ability: Moxie
Met: Fallarbor Town (Egg)
Ball: Poké
Favorite Move: Headbutt

A Scraggy that Mezzo received as a Christmas present from Fool. She likes to headbutt things.

Demyx (Male Crawdaunt)

Nature: Lax
Ability: Shell Armor
Met: Onion Ocean
Ball: Poké
Favorite Move: Double Team

Xel'lotath (Female Malamar)

Nature: Adamant
Ability: Contrary
Met: Muraille Coast
Ball: Dusk
Favorite Move: Superpower

     Milagros Ferrant 
Played By: Routeferret
First Appearance: Page 21945
  • Abusive Parents: When he lived in Sinnoh, Milagros was repeatedly abused for petty reasons.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Was once turned into an Anorith by a Mew. He was miffed to say the least.
  • Butt-Monkey: He was repeatedly abused and then attacked by two mons when he got to Kanto, ended up receiving a Groin Attack as soon as he left Ersatz, had his motorbike ruined by Team Skull grunts and got a Thunder Punch to the face by an Alolan Graveler among other things.
  • Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting: As a Pancham.
  • Expy: One of Alejandro.
  • Groin Attack: A running gag has Milagros repeatedly get hit in the balls.
  • Shout-Out: Refers to a groin attack as a “kiwi shot”.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can easily understand and speak Monese, and he knows it by his native tongue after turning into a Pancham for the first time.
  • Transformation Trinket: Is in ownership of a Human to Pokemon Armband, which allows him to turn into a Pancham.

    Milagros' Pokemon 

Tropes that apply to the whole team:

  • Comic Trio: Baby Cat leads the group, Dot blindly follows, and Blitz has no power.

Baby Cat (Male Persian)

Nature: Controlive
Ability: Fury Swipes
Met: Jubilife City. (Starter)
Ball: Premier
Favorite move: Fury Swipes

Dot (Female Vespiquen)

Nature: Idiotic
Ability: Toxic
Met: Ambrette Town (Captured)
Ball: Premier
Favorite move: Fury Cutter

Blitz (Female Absol)

Nature: Smart
Ability: Swords Dance
Met: Cyllage City (Captured)
Ball: Premier
Favorite move: Swords Dance

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