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We Are All Pokémon Trainers - Villains and Antagonists

This page describes Exactly What It Says on the Tin. That is, the group of people and Pokémon the Trainers find themselves fighting against. To get information of current characters of the roleplay, refer to Characters.We Are All Pokemon Trainers.

Spoilers prior to Kalos are unmarked.

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Independent Villains



A Glitch Pokémon created from a failed Mew cloning experiment and the first major enemy of the proto J-Team, whose MO was possession and corruption. Killed Deader Than Dead.


The second Glitch Pokémon faced by the J-Team, created by a Cipher experiment. Weaker than Missingno, but far more evil. Killed when Anom made a Heroic Sacrifice in order to lower its anti legendary shield.

  • And There Was Much Rejoicing: In comparison to Missingno, the only thing our heroes feel after killing him and Anom coming back is relief, with the trainers and legendaries having a party after his death.
  • Big Bad: Of the Unova arc.
  • Deader Than Dead: Was completely wiped from this reality as a result of being destroyed by the heroes and most of the legendaries.
  • Demonic Possession: Managed to put many different beings under its thrall, including Wolf, Steven Stone, and Jane.
  • Killed Off for Real: Like Missingno, Deader Than Dead.
  • Mechanical Abomination: Had two cores, one organic and one data.
  • The Sociopath: Unlike Missingno, it got a perverse pleasure out of the suffering of others.
  • The Virus: The Bad Eggs that turned children into its shiny Charizard army.

A Glitch Pokémon that inhabited Pinwheel Forest 16 years before the beginning of the story, with the power to drive anyone who heard its song homicidally insane.


An Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur who ended up spreading glitches around Kanto. He was eventually cured of his glitching.

▶▒ A▒ and its thralls

A fragment of XANADOS's attempted recreation of Missingno. that managed to be materialized and escape deletion. It started out nearly harmless, but gradually grew into a sizable threat intent on dividing and spreading itself throughout Sinnoh. In the final battle, it created facsimiles of many of the J-Team's old foes for a Boss Rush before it decided to fight on its own.

  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Pica and Artemia end up using a Humongous Mecha made by Ana and Bohr to battle a giant Glitch seaweed monster.
  • Big Bad: Becomes the main villain of the Re:Glitch arc.
  • Clone by Conversion: Turned all of the characters involved in the Metroid Prime subplot into copies of Samus... With the exception of Mezzo.
  • Hero Killer: Almost killed the entire J-Team by taking the form of ♀; their deaths were only averted by Dialga reversing time the moment they would have died.
  • Mechanical Abomination: Created from pure data that XANADOS materialized.
  • The Corruption: Some fragments of the main glitch have this quality. In particular, parts of it became the equivalent of Phazon in the Metroid Prime subplot.
  • Seemingly Hopeless Boss Fight: The final battle was this — taking the form of ♀, it nearly sang the entire J-Team to death before time was reversed and the J-Team was given permission to bend space.


A Charizard leader of a gang of Gible-line goons who, upon angering a piece of ▶▒ A▒, got fused with one of his Gabite lackeys and became a glitch hybrid of the two.

  • Ascended Glitch: Inspired by the Glitch Hybrids of both the Gen I and IV games.
  • Capture and Replicate: Commanded his underlings to find another piece of ▶▒ A▒ in order to study and experiment with it.
  • Two Beings, One Body: Although Ridley himself maintains strict control over their glitch-hybrid body, the Gabite he fused with also has its own mind.

The Shards of Calamity

A trio of extremely powerful Glitches, remnants of the Calamity Alovye, that accost the J-Team over the course of Re: Glitch, Alola, and the Entralink Arcs.

  • Hero Killer: The Shards are extremely dangerous and every battle the J-Team has with them ends with at least one person seriously injured. Chaos in particular injures most of the J-Team so badly that had Giselle not been there a couple would've likely died from their injuries, and when faced with Tragedy for the first time during the School raid, the J-Team is forced to run and attempt collapsing the base on top of it in order to get away.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Both Destruction and Tragedy take on humanoid shapes but are anything but.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: They're completely humorless and try to kill J-Teamers immediately as possible.
  • Turns Red: Each of them has a secondary form that appears once they've suffered enough damage.

Destruction, aka the Administrator

The first Shard encountered by the J-Team, originally working with Zrone before heading out on its own.

  • In a Single Bound: Easily jumps at least 1,000 feet in the air to the Stormchaser to fight the J-Team inside it, before they manage to force it out for the second phase of the battle.
  • The Juggernaut: It can take truly ridiculous amounts of damage and remain standing and moving.
  • Mighty Glacier: Strong and durable, but slow.
  • No Kill Like Overkill: Destruction is ultimately defeated by the Stormchaser blasting it to bits with its main guns after a protracted battle with the J-Team.


The second Shard encountered by the J-Team.

  • Demonic Possession: Possesses Jacob and uses him as a meat puppet.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Chaos' true form is an inky blackness.
  • Flunky Boss: Can scan the memories of those it fights in order to create copies of their old foes for them to fight.
  • Fragile Speedster: The fastest of the Shards, but also the weakest defensively.
  • Glass Cannon: Can deal horrific amounts of damage, but has the weakest defenses out of all the Shards, so it dies fairly quickly once the J-Team actually gets to hit it.
  • Manipulative Bastard: While possessing Jacob it gaslights PEFE!Every and tries to turn everyone else against her to keep her from telling the rest of the J-Team about it.
  • Sadist: While the other Shards do what they do simply out of efficiency, Chaos seems to actively enjoy making people's lives miserable.


The third Shard encountered by the J-Team.

  • Bird People: Tragedy looks like a giant humanoid bird.
  • Diabolus ex Machina: As a personification of tragedy, it purposely shows up at the worst possible moment.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Strong, fast, and durable even without its time power.
  • Time Master: Abuses time travel powers to heal itself from injuries.

The Fanatic

A Glitch representing toxic fandom.

  • As Long as There is Evil: As long as toxic fandom exist, so will the Fanatic, and so while it's defeated it can't be truly killed.
  • Fan Dumb: In-universe it is literally the personification of toxic Pokémon fandom, having a particular dislike of the WAAPT multiverse for its Fusion Fic elements.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Was the being that sent Team Umbra away following the Re: Glitch Arc.
  • Humanoid Abomination: After Gudrunn deals the final blow, before getting banished the Fanatic is revealed to have a humanoid form inside its shell.
  • Hypocrisy Nod: Notes its hatred for Dynamaxing for in its eyes ruining Pokémon while using it anyway.
  • Sinister Geometry: Its outer shell takes the shape of a sphere, with those fighting it mockingly calling it an egg.
  • True Final Boss: After Izaya is sent away by La, it serves as the actual final opponent of the Entralink Arc.

    Early One-off Villains 


Daisy's older sister, who ended up getting corrupted and forcing Jane to kill her with Josie.


A thrall of Missingno from the infamous fanfic, the Pokémon Story.

  • Fighting a Shadow: Turns out he's just part of Missingno's power. He explodes into data when defeated.
  • No Kill Like Overkill: The proto J-Team makes sure he isn't coming back, with Tagg having Draca burn the corpse.


A trainer that used to follow the J-Team around and do all sorts of evil plots.

  • Filler Villain: Tended to pretty much randomly show up to bother the J-Team.

    Team Plasma 


The former leader of Team Plasma. Is among the few villains that know of the J-Team's Monese speaking abilities, though he's too mad for anyone to take it seriously.

  • Butt-Monkey: Ghetsis is made everyone's joke IRP.
  • Driven to Madness: By the J-Team as a result of his numerous failures, and while BW2 show that he managed to temporarily recover, his defeat there made it permanent.
  • Smug Snake: Is always smug when facing the proto-J-Team.
  • Villainous Breakdown: After being defeated at the Giant Chasm after temporarily turning Kyurem into a Shadow Pokemon.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green in his case.

The Shadow Triad

Ghetsis' right hand men, three of the world's most powerful psychics.

    Team Galactic 


The former leader of Team Galactic, who tried remaking the universe twice in this continuity.

  • Arch-Enemy: To DS, being her main adversary back during her first journey in Sinnoh.
  • And I Must Scream: His fate after the end of the AU arc, stuck in an infinite time loop, although he isn't aware of it.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Is this for most of the Alternate Timeline arc, the J-Team mainly dealing with Scolemis despite him being responsible for recreating the universe in the first place, before eventually just becoming the Big Bad following their and Napoleon's defeat.
  • "Groundhog Day" Loop: Gets stuck in a time loop by the legendaries following the AU arc as punishment, though he's unaware of it.
  • The Stoic: Much like his game counterpart, he doesn't emote much.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blue hair.

Galactic Commander Neptune

A Galactic Commander who Tagg curb-stomped years ago who decided to go for revenge.

  • And Your Little Dog, Too!: Threatens to harm Tagg's friends after he defeats him during the AU arc, which causes Tagg to retort that he'd simply kill Neptune if he ever did.
  • Arch-Enemy: One of the closest things Tagg has to one until Tokarev showed up.
  • Bat Out of Hell: His Crobat.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Has a Heracross, which is a giant beetle.
  • The Dragon: To Cyrus for the AU arc, being his effective second in command.
  • Evil Is Petty: Was pretty much after Tagg mainly because he curb stomped him years ago.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Is stuck doing the Caramelldansen forever in a time loop following the end of the AU arc.
  • Hell Hound: Houndoom, who doubles as his signature Pokémon.
  • Just a Kid: Thought this of Tagg when they first met, which proved to be a huge mistake.
  • Threatening Shark: His Sharpedo.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Discussed. Wonders why Cyrus chose to try using Primal Dialga to kill DS instead of a far more mundane method such as merely slitting her throat. It overlaps with Irony because he never tried doing that with Tagg.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: As with most Team Galactic members.


    Pokefutures Inc 

In General

  • Arch-Enemy: There's no love lost between the few remnants of unrepentant former Pokefutures personnel who ended up either working independently or joining Teams, and the PEFE, with a segment of the latter organization dedicated to catching those who escaped justice.
  • The Atoner: Some Pokefutures personnel, mainly those less involved with its shady dealings, ended up joining the PEFE after it fell as penance.
  • Fantastic Racism: They consider Pokémon to just be nonsapient animals and see fit to do what would be considered felony-class animal abuse on them for their experiments, and any human who thinks otherwise to be akin to members of Animal Wrongs Groups. This tends to be their downfall when Pokémon prove to be much smarter than they think.
  • Meaningful Name: The lack of an "é" is no accident, it's meant to signify their utter contempt for Pokémon apart from what they can offer them monetarily.
  • Mega-Corp: A corporation so powerful they effectively made Angela their own personal fiefdom prior to their fall in 2008.
  • Predecessor Villain: The first enemy the PEFE faced.
  • Research, Inc.: A large biotech company with obscure roots.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Their public face to the Angela region was that of a innovator and job creator.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Tried to silence the teenage Tagg and Tracer, alongside an older Silent, for stumbling across one of their poaching operations in Hoenn.
  • You Kill It, You Bought It: Upon putting an end to Pokefutures, the PEFE took all its assets in return for not doing jail time for destabilizing a region's economy, and took its modern form.


An evil AI that was used by Pokefutures, until Tangent and Basket seemingly completely destroyed her in the OU. In the AU she ended up taking over the facility due to not being destroyed. and had the PEFE Founders suffer through her tests. In the Kalos arc, it was revealed that a backup of FutureOS downloaded herself to a supercomputer in Lumiose.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: She's an evil AI.
  • Arch-Enemy: To the PEFE Founders and their mons in particular, their mere involvement in a plot often being a catalyst for them to band together.
  • Boss Rush: Pits the J-Team against virtual copies of Annoski, Edge, Einroth, Fade, Gyru, Toxicroak, the fifty-foot tortilla, and Jane as XANADOS.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of both GLaDOS and XANA.
  • Evilutionary Biologist: Does depraved genetic experiments.
  • For Want of a Nail: Was mostly destroyed by Tangent and Basket in the OT, but became a major problem in the AU once the head of PEFE in that timeline decided to use her since she was intact there.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: For the Re: Glitch arc, as the Flickering Thing was a creation of hers, despite not making any appearances.
  • Staying Alive: Due to her numerous backups the PEFE Founders find themselves incapable of truly killing her.
  • Xanatos Gambit: Her attempt to recreate Missingno; if she had defeated the J-Team, she would have had plenty of time to create and materialize it, even if she couldn't manage to control it. However, even though she lost, she managed to protect a piece of Missingno from resetting by trapping it mid materialization, which was released when the J-Team themselves materialized.

Liz Tonio

An amoral scientist who works for a renegade remnant faction of Pokefutures in an abandoned [German] castle.

Dr. Phineas Braun

Another Pokefutures scientist who desired to achieve apotheosis through his artificial bodies and experiments, almost succeeding until Tonio trapped his mind in the systems of his facility. Tried to trick the Aurabolts into fulfilling his purpose by uploading his consciousness into his handiwork, the Adonis.

  • Asshole Victim: He was as abusive and cruel as any other Pokefutures top brass, and his unrepentant attitude meant that he garners little sympathy from the Aurabolts when the question of dealing with his disembodied soul following his betrayal by Tonio comes to light.
  • Blasphemous Boast: Invoked. He repeatedly desires to create artificial bodies of near-godlike potential and at one point wanted to upload himself into one to become an actual god.
  • Brain Uploading: His attempted means of apotheosis. Prior, he got stuck in the computer systems after Tonio betrayed him.
  • Deus Est Machina: The FutureSeries Legendary robots are the product of his research, which aimed to deliver the same power that the Legendaries could wield.
  • Dragged Off to Hell: His consciousness gets devoured, and not long after, he gets confronted by Yveltal and dragged off to the abyss.
  • Herr Doktor: Appears to be of [Germanic] descent. He gives off Armin Zola vibes.
  • Godhood Seeker: After years of isolation, he sought to become a god by uploading himself into a humanoid wetware body cloned from a Zapdos.
  • Logical Weakness: Him living in a deteriorated facility from the 2000s mean that his consciousness is not capable of running the defenses effectively once spread out too thin, especially since he is a human consciousness. A Porygon could run circles around him at least until he lost enough control to concentrate his efforts.
  • Only Mostly Dead: His body has long since deteriorated. After deciding whether to move him to a supervised computer or trapping him in a thumb drive, the Aurabolts hesitantly decide that he's effectively already dead and that there's no point in keeping him in the mortal coil.
  • Smug Snake: Maintains a haughty attitude throughout his encounter with the Aurabolts, which doesn't endear him to them at all.
  • Transhuman: A human consciousness trapped in a computer network with the goal of becoming a god.

Albert Aloysius Voynich

The last CEO of Pokefutures, a businessman from Angela who runs a network of startup ventures. In secret, he heads one of the largest remaining factions of Pokefutures remnants and holds on to the title.


Ferno the Charizardδ

A Fire/Dragon Delta Charizard who led the Delta Pokémon who tried to kidnap Pleo to get the legendaries to pay attention to their plight. In reality he considers Deltas superior to regular mons and merely wants to take over.

  • Arc Villain: For the Delta Pokémon sideplot in the OI.
  • Jerkass: Is a bit of one.
  • Momma's Boy: Is under the claws of his own mother, who didn't take his evil plot well and called it outright blasphemy.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Is of note for actually being Dragon typed, unlike other non-Mega Charizard.
  • Playing with Fire: Like all Charizard he's Fire-type.

    Team Ozone 

General Tropes

  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Despite being treated as a joke for most of Hoenn, they end up speeding up Vyvyan's transformation into a Rayquaza.
  • Parody: An in-universe one of Team Aqua and Magma by Maxie and Archie, but some people ended up taking it a bit too seriously and tried cloning Rayquaza.

Ozone note  Admin Jet

A Team Ozone Admin that first appeared during the Fortree Pokeringer competition, who ends up betraying Archie and Maxie along with the other Ozealots, and later becomes a Cipher Admin. Is currently possessed by Esprit.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Straw for killing Taylor.
  • Asshole Victim: While getting possessed is a terrible fate, Jet is also a really terrible person.
  • Blow You Away: All of his Pokemon are Flying types.
  • Demonic Possession: Esprit possessed him for a while before he gained control of a clone of Straw's body.
  • Hero Killer: Kills Siren / Taylor just as she has a Heel–Face Turn thanks to Straw and Artemis, and nearly kills Elise on two separate occasions.
  • Karma Houdini: Despite the J-Team foiling him on several occasions, he always manages to get away mostly unscathed.
  • Kick the Dog: Injuring Elise twice and killing Siren / Taylor for no reason other than pure spite would count as this.
  • The Starscream: Mutinies on Archie and Maxie with several other Ozealots near the climax of the Hoenn arc.
  • Theme Naming: All of his Pokemon have weather related names.
  • Wicked Cultured: Is very cultured despite being a total bastard.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Nearly kills Elise twice, both instances making her end up in the hospital, and murders Taylor.


Annoski the Obscura Wizard

An Obscura Wizard that ruled Sinnoh 1,000 years ago before being sealed and later accidentally revived by Tagg. Is currently in the Spirit World awaiting judgement following his defeat.

  • Dark Is Evil: Is a Dark type Obscura user.
  • Evil Overlord: Of Sinnoh about 1,000 years ago during the Pokeverse equivalent of the late Heian Period.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Was originally a member of the Aura Guardians before he turned.
  • Fantastic Racism: Was a victim of it in the past due to his powers, and was likely the victim of the mundane kind for his ethnicity as well.
  • Glass Cannon: Has superhuman abilities, but regular human durability, hence Tagg's lucky shot managing to seriously injure him.
  • Meaningful Name: Annoski is Ainu for "midnight."
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Was one for 1,000 years after being defeated by the Aura Guardians until Tagg released him.
  • Visionary Villain: Wished to bring a new dawn to Sinnoh using the Twilight, though his methods leave much to be desired.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Despite his methods, Annoski truly did have Sinnoh and his people's best interests at heart.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Tagg managing to seriously injure Annoski left him unable to actually deal with the J-Team directly for most of the arc.



A rogue priest of Lugia who often attempts possessing people and Pokémon, with a particular interest in Straw's body.

  • Demonic Possession: Can do it to both humans and mons, and has a particular interest in Straw due to his ability to cheat death. Eventually he uses Elise to collect Straw's DNA in order to make himself a new body.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: In the Lillifuture, Elise's twins Icarus and Valerie are all but stated to be the result of Esprit sexually assaulting her.
  • Sinister Minister: He's a rogue priest after all.
  • Stalker Without a Crush: To Straw for his body, and Elise as the Hades to her Meg.




A smuggler based in Black City who had originally captured Setsuna as a Blitzle before she managed to escape. Is currently jailed.

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She's a villainous smuggler who hides her actions under a kind veneer.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Despite knowing what they're doing is wrong, Melinda's mons still follow her orders.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite being an unrepentant smuggler and even willing to knowingly sell to Cipher, she does treat her own mons well, and only asks that the J-Team doesn't separate them once she gets arrested.
  • Pragmatic Villainy:
    • Speaks against smuggling in Black City in her public persona... Because she doesn't want competition.
    • She also keeps the mons under her care healthy (physically at least), since they make better prospects to her clients that way.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Melinda's childhood flashbacks appear to suggest this, though we still don't know what exactly led to her becoming a smuggler and far more cynical.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Is known for being a kind woman who takes in homeless Pokémon, but she only takes them in so she can sell them to the highest bidder, including Cipher.

Melinda's Chandelure

Melinda's first and most powerful Pokémon, whose job is to prevent captured mons from escaping.

  • Hope Crusher: He tries his best to chase out any thoughts of escape from the captive mons.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Follows Melinda's orders out of loyalty to her for taking care of him as a Litwick.
  • Torture Technician: Of a sort, his job is to break mons into compliance so that they don't try escaping.



A gold and silver Bisharp who leads an army of Pawniard that harasses the J-Team on multiple occasions. Is a Ghost Obscuric, and a powerful one at that. He died from getting stabbed in the chest by Lucius, but came back as a Yamask and later a Delta Cofagrigus currently travelling with Ivy.

For tropes applying to his past life Celzvet, see the Ancestors page.

  • A Father to His Men: Treats the Pawniard under his command well.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Edge may be arrogant and merciless, with no apparent reason to assault the J-Team other than petty greed, but his death, when it finally comes, is surprisingly poignant. This is doubled by the revelations later in the story regarding his true identity.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the commander of the Pawniard Army, and probably more of a threat than the rest of his army put together.
  • Due to the Dead: Subverted, Tagg actually lets Rotor eat the corpse upon his expiring, though he tells him to wait until everyone else has left.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How he died.
  • Large Ham: Oh so very much.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Has been around since the time of the Conquest Arc 600 years ago, due to him actually being Celzvet.
  • The Reveal: Is actually Jacob and Crow's ancestor Celzvet Kaeqiri.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: Due to Lucanus assisting the Ghost Lord in turning him into a Bisharp and ruining his life, Edge decided to take revenge on all of his descendants, having killed plenty of his branch of the Cain family over the centuries.
  • Soul Power: Surprisingly for a Bisharp, he's a Ghost Obscura user, and a powerful one at that. This is due to Edge actually being Celzvet.
  • Was Once a Man: Was once Celzvet before Umbra mutated him with Lucanus' help.

    Queen Sectonia 

A Vespiquen native to the Dream World who sought to take it over using the Dreamstalk.



A Scrafty who managed the WAAPT equivalent of the Glitz Pit. Later revealed to be sucking the energy from his fighters and able to transform into a giant version of himself.

  • Attack Its Weak Point: He was able to recover damage until the group attacked the machine that was giving him the power.
  • Dark Is Evil: He's an evil Dark type Pokémon.
  • Death by Adaptation: Got the life energy he stole sucked out of him to the point he was turned into dust.
  • Make My Monster Grow: The machine containing the Gold Star allowed him to grow huge from the life energy absorbed from the competitors.
  • Time Abyss: He's as old as the Crystal Stars in this version, who are themselves more than 100,000 years old, having used the Gold Star to keep him alive through the millennia via draining the life energy of competitors at the Glitz Pit.
  • Time-Limit Boss: Implied, since he was sucking the life force of everyone fighting and he probably did a similar thing to Maggie.

    Marianne Heiden 

Maria and Lane Heiden's mother, and an abusive, controlling woman who has tried to get them both back under her thumb on multiple occasions.

  • Abusive Parents: Neglected Lane and smothered Maria to the point that she took a raft made from a washtub from Unova to Fiore just to escape her control.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Not her, but while Neo-Illusion is hardly comprised of moral individuals, and are enemies of the J-Team, even they find her a repulsive individual for asking them to assassinate her own children.
  • Evil Matriarch: Or mom in her case, to the Heiden siblings, being their personal worst enemy.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: The head of a corporation, and an evil individual.
  • I Have Your Wife: Forces Lane to help her get Maria to marry Francis by threatening to have Tori and Iggy murdered.
  • Offing the Offspring: Tries to have Neo-Illusion off Maria and Lane for their disobedience.
  • Psychic Powers: Is a psychic, though her children aren't.



An evil Moon Tribe Latios with a grudge against Ever and his team for defeating him and crippling his flying abilities, and a desire to have the Latii take over the planet again. Following his death at the hands of Ever, he was reincarnated as a Mimikyu before getting caught by him during the Alola Arc.

  • Arch-Enemy: Apart from All prior to his semi-Heel–Face Turn, he's the closest thing Ever and their team have to one.
  • Back from the Dead: During the Alola Arc it's revealed that he won a Spirit Game and came back as a Mimikyu.
  • Blatant Lies: Tells his sister Huginn when they met again in Alola that he died facing an army of mons, rather than simply from underestimating Ever.
  • Due to the Dead: Subverted, Ever's mons end up eating his corpse, and Tagg upon hearing what happened to him only laments that them doing that prevented specimen acquisition.
  • Exposition Fairy: Serves as a literal one (Since Mimikyu are part Fairy-type) during the Alola Arc to Ever, as he tells him about the Alola region and its inhabitants in return for being fed Poké Beans.
  • Genocide from the Inside: He and his sister Muginn destroyed the Moon Tribe for their disapproval of their invention of the Demon Mutagen.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Re: Glitch reveals that he's this to the Conquest Arc, as alongside his sister Huginn, Muninn was the original creator of the Demon Mutagen and the destroyer of the Moon Tribe. Orochi and Yami finding one of their samples led to the destruction of the Celestials in their search for the Lunar Pendant, and them giving it to Umbra lead him to create the other Demon Generals, and set the events of the Conquest Arc in motion, which had as one result the curse of Cain that inflicts the entire Cain line. If the FEV was indeed derived from it, that would make him one to the Fallout miniarc of PMD-R as well. In other words, more than 7,000 (7,600 if you include PMD-B) years of suffering can be directly or indirectly linked to his machinations.
  • Handicapped Badass: Even though he can't fly as well as other Latios following his injury, he's still pretty powerful.
  • Hannibal Lecture: Tells Marmalade just as he's about to rip her wings off in revenge for the crippling of his own that no one will stop him because no one cares about her due to her abrasive nature. Salamence the Altaria proves him wrong on that one.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Turns out Zen Headbutting Ever was not a good idea, as it killed him via getting stabbed on Skarmory feathers.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Ever goads him into ramming him out of the Hoenn Champion chamber with Zen Heabutt, which has Muninn impale himself on Ever's Skarmory feathers.
  • Jerkass: He's a massive asshole who's even willing to join Cipher of his own free will in order to further his horrible ends.
  • Kick the Dog: Used Ever as his toy for most of the Orre arc, and manipulated Pleth under his guise as Must.
  • Master Race: As far as he's concerned the "lesser species" should just grovel at his kind's non-existent feet.
  • Meaningful Name: Muninn is named after one of the messenger ravens from Norse Mythology, whose name translates into "memory" or "mind," and used to work under former Cipher Admin Odin.
  • Morphic Resonance: As Must he has one missing wing, representing the one that got crippled at the climax of the Orre arc.
  • Time Abyss: Is more than 7,000 years old.
  • Was It All a Lie?: When Pleth asks him if he truly felt anything for her after he sheds his Must disguise, he tells her that every moment felt like "exquisite torture."

    Revy II 

Revy II

A descendant of the pirate of the same name Revy Memito, she sought to track down Jirachi so that she could wish for his revival, entering into conflict with his other descendants. Is currently imprisoned in Latii jail.

  • And Your Little Dog, Too!: Orders her mons to kill Ever and company's mons in order to force them into compliance when they refuse to help her with her revival scheme.
  • Badass Crew: Her mons are powerful enough to take on more two or more Champion level opponents at once without breaking a sweat.
  • Lack of Empathy: Thinks little of placing Cornelia inside a suit that ramps up her anger and paranoia to the point of compliance because she wasn't into reviving the original Revy or forcing Ever and co into doing it.
  • Semi-Divine: Is part of the line descended from Revy's moment with Tapu Lele, making her part divine.
  • Villainous Legacy: Out of all Revy's descendants, she's the most like him in terms of ruthlessness and evil.

Hygeia (Blissey)

Revy's Blissey, and a ruthless experimenter who uses tools to augment her attacks.

  • Combat Pragmatist: Has no trouble blinding opponents, seriously injured Dart by slicing open his poison sack with her scalpel, and used liquid nitrogen on Thorn.
  • Deadly Doctor: She's a murderous Blissey who likes fighting with scalpels and is capable of cutting with literally surgical precision.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Even while trying to murder people, she keeps a smile on her face while talking like she's treating a patient.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: Dinacia defeats her by hitting her with a Thunder Punch... Which just so happens to conduct with the 255 scalpels, electronic devices, and other metal tools on her person to knock her out at 255 times normal strength.
  • Mighty Glacier: Circumvents her offensive weaknesses by using weapons and moves that deal fixed amounts of damage, like Seismic Toss.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: Blissey are often depicted as very kind Pokémon. Not her.

Baccarat (Togekiss, female)

Revy's Togekiss, who exclusively uses Metronome.

  • Born Lucky: Every time she uses Metronome, she gets exactly the move she needs for the given situation. Until she doesn't.
  • Confusion Fu: Uses Metronome exclusively, and during her fight with Brie gets lucky enough to summon Bolt Strike.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: When a Taunt renders her temporarily unable to use Metronome, she loses her luck, and accidentally heals Brie's team before knocking herself out via using Lunar Dance.
  • Light Is Not Good: As bright and light associated as any other Togekiss, and completely evil.
  • Lightning Bruiser: An exceptional flier, and thanks to Metronome can pull immensely powerful moves out of nowhere.
  • Practical Taunt: Loves opening up with Taunt.
  • Slasher Smile: Wears a murderous smile in the midst of combat.
  • Villain Song: She spends a lot of time singing about her Metronome skill.
  • Villain Teleportation: Is well known for using and abusing Teleport.

Elysium (Sawsbuck, male)

Revy's Sawsbuck.

  • Green Thumb: Is Grass-type, and mostly uses Grass-type attacks.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Both fast enough to evade multiple beam attacks at once, and strong enough to oneshot most of All or Ever's Pokemon.
  • Practical Taunt: In his first appearance, uses Rage Powder to keep Ever and All from working together.


Kusaru Ameno

An aura wielding spirit, brother of Hikaru and thus an ancient relative of Jason's. Bears a grudge against Hikaru's bloodline for defeating and sealing him away when they were both still alive.

  • Demonic Possession: Attempted to possess Jason by helping to unlock Jason's Auric potential before using it as an outlet to influence him. Is currently successfully possessing another body with no clear indication of the fate of his host.
  • The Empath: A side effect of his Auric powers. Has a habit of attempting emotional manipulation in order to get what he wants.
  • Power Incontinence: Never learned to get his empathetic senses under control, and eventually went mad while on a pilgrimage due to sensing too much. Seems to have gained some amount of control during his time as a spirit.
  • Revenge Through Corruption: His primary goal so far is to take Jason's body for himself as vengeance on Hikaru for sealing him away.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Eventually plans to murder everyone so he can finally be alone with his thoughts and emotions.


Kusaru's Xatu, little else is known about her.


Kusaru's Claydol, little else is known about it.


Kusaru's Bronzong, little else is known about it.

    Macraul Family 

An aristocratic family from Kalos that has made the acquisition of unusual objects to add to their collections their raison d'être.

  • Aristocrats Are Evil: One of the oldest wealthy families in all of Kalos, dating back to the [Roman] era, and also one of the most disliked, with good reason.
  • Big Fancy House: They own several, notably one in Lumiose City that is next to an exclusive restaurant and casino, and plays host to galleries and dungeons for their collections.
  • Expy: Of Lawrence III from the second movie, as evidenced by their members' tendency to have green hair.
  • Collector of the Strange: Their collections range from unusual Pokémon variants to lycanthropes.
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: The family patriarch, Paul, is a collector of lycanthropes.
  • I Have No Son!: They do not take kindly to members that do not tow the line and regularly burn insubordinate members from their family tapestry to showcase their disdain.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: They appear unconcerned with amassing any form of power and influence they don't already have and thus do not involve themselves in major villain team plots.
  • Rich Bitch: An entire family's worth of wealthy criminals.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Their wealth, name, and privilege shield them from prosecutions against their actions, to the chagrin of the PEFE's back office.
  • White Sheep: By a given value, anyway. They produce a number of members who are a lot less overt about their social privilege and acquire pieces through legitimate means, but they are also either outcast from the family or are too ineffectual or ignorant of their more heinous members' crimes.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: A trait they share with Lawrence III is green hair, indicating a familiar relationship with them

Sylvestra Macraul

Together with her husband David, the progenitor of the Macraul Family. She was around before the founding of Lumiose City (i.e. back when Kalos was still under the [Gauls]) and acquired vampiric powers some time later in her life.

  • Evil Matriarch: She's the ancestor of one of the oldest noble clans in Kalos
  • Expy: Of Semiraimis from the Fate series.
  • Feathered Fiend: Has a proclivity for Honchkrow theming and currently wears a sumptuous Honchkrow-themed dress
  • Greater-Scope Villain: She and her husband David (now a golurk) are this to the Macraul clan.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: An ancient noblewoman who carries herself with class.
  • Nice Hat: As befitting the theme.
  • Really 700 Years Old: A millennia-old aura vampire from pre-[Roman] Kalos
  • Silver Vixen: Exceptionally old and beautiful enough to turn heads of straight and bi men of any age.
  • Taxidermy Is Creepy: Her and her husband's collection involve taxidermied Pokémon of various species.

Paul Macraul

The current family patriarch and a collector of lycanthropes and unusual variants of Blaziken.
  • Arch-Nemesis: Quickly became one for Tagg after his theft of Limna.
  • Big Bad: The public head of the Macraul family.
  • Big Brother Mentor: Is this to his youngest brother Lowell.
  • Clucking Funny: He specializes in collecting unusual varieties of Blaziken. He stole Limna from Tagg.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: He attempts to buy things whenever he wants something, seeing as relying on other methods can get a bit messy in the "an entire org of people will call for your head."
  • Gentleman Thief: Often, he orders the thefts of any item that he fancies that he couldn't otherwise purchase.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: He has an expansive "normal" collection of old books and artwork, many of which turn out to have been stolen.

Anna Macraul

Paul's wife, lycanthrope collector, and a master thief.

Lowell Macraul

Paul's youngest brother, a polymath and art collector.
  • Affably Evil: Polite, amicable, and very much complacent with his brother's activities.
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside Anna, to Paul.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Often left in charge of family events in Paul's or Anna's absence.
  • Mad Artist: A sculptor by trade who builds fantastically realistic sculptures and is a privileged megalomaniac.
  • Mad Scientist: A skilled chemist, behaviorist, and engineer who has developed several technologies still used by the Macraul family, from the programming of their casino slot machines to the protective outer coating used to fortify the walls of the family's collections. Considering his preference of pokémon, he has the theme down.
  • New Wave Dan: His other collection is that of 80s synthpop and new wave hits.
  • Not So Above It All: He has a strong affiliation for 80s pop culture.
  • Papa Wolf: Very protective of the younger members of his family, including his own son (despite them not getting along).
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: He and his wife Helena are madly in love with one another and it shows in his art.
  • Tonka Tough: His approach to making sculptures and interior decorative elements is to use a plaster he calls Lowecrete, which is virtually indestructible.
  • White Sheep: Comes off as this sometimes; he doesn't have any evil designs of his own and is genuinely appalled by the opinions people hold of the family.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Is the one in charge of whitewashing the Macraul family legacy and is held in great esteem by the art and science communities despite his pedigree.

Ludovic Macraul

A sheltered member of the Macraul family who indulges in milquetoast intellectual pursuits. He collects eggs.

  • Idle Rich: An expensive education with no practical skills has left him unable to find any other purpose in life except milquetoast collecting.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Obscenely handsome to a self-parodying extent
  • Princely Young Man: Rich, handsome, and impeccably polite.
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: He cannot function in society without his malamar or his wife.
  • Token Good Teammate: He's among the most sincerely friendly members of the Macraul family and has currently no intention of acquiring anything (save for eggs) through less than legal means.

Sylvestre Macraul

Lowell's wayward son, a wannabe playboy and art collector who lives in Unova.

Gaspard Macraul

Paul and Anna's son, a sullen teenager with a penchant for evolutionary theory. He collects odd color variations of eeveelutions.

Nathaniel Macraul

A collector obsessed with fairy types, which he stuffs into taxidermy specimens. His collection was promptly destroyed on the urging of Tagg, Mezzo, and Kai.


Channah's fraternal twin brother, who killed her original team before killing himself at the age of 12, whose ghost serves as the main antagonist for the Silent Hill miniarc.

  • Affably Evil: Despite being a serial killer, he's a bit more polite than his twin.
  • Evil Twin: He's Channah's twin brother and a fervent believer in his father and stepmother's Obscura cult's beliefs.
  • Serial Killer: Has killed many people in service of the cult, attempted to sacrifice his own sister, and in the AU is implied to have succeeded in doing so.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: His killing of Channah's mons before killing himself happened at the age of 12.

    Orlando Rosa 

Constantin's mentor of sorts and a former School alumni, who used Volpe and Constantin amongst other Auric children as hitmen and guinea pigs for experimentation.

  • The Ghost: While his influence looms large, he's never seen onscreen.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Died around 2005, but his racist views had a major influence in shaping Constantin's worldview, particularly in terms of white supremacy.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Was quite racist and favoured Constantin over the other Auric children he gathered because he was the most white-looking.
  • Posthumous Character: Died back around 2005, and isn't seen onscreen even in a flashback, but the stories Volpe tells Tagg about him tell you everything you need to know about how much of a scumbag he was.

AU and PMD-B Villains

    The Seven Jerk Dragons / The Magnificent Seven 

The Seven Jerk Dragons / The Magnificent Seven

General Tropes

The main villains of the Return to AU arc, who wish to overthrow humanity and put dragons above all other species.

  • Big Bad Duumvirate: For the RtAU arc.
  • The Clan: Each member of the 7JDs is the leader of a dragon clan whose members serve as the bulk of their forces.
  • Evil Luddite: Their hatred of humans stretches to their technology, with the first thing the dragons do after dropping the mon bombs being destroying power grids and discouraging the use of tech that isn't reverse-engineered Alakagross technology.
  • Fantastic Racism:
    • Towards humans primarily, but they consider non-Dragon-types in general to be inferior, though they're not above using them as auxiliary forces. Dragonbloods (Non Dragon-type mons in the Dragon egg group) are treated better than most non-Dragons, but are still considered second class at best compared to "true dragons."
    • Even within the Dragon's forces, mons considered pseudo-legendaries such as Salamence and Garchomp rank higher than mons such as Altaria and Flygon.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: For PMD-R, their actions leading directly to the state of PMD-B 600 years in the future despite most of them being long dead.
  • Master Race: Believe in the inherent inferiority of humans to Pokémon in general, and Dragon-types in particular, encompassed through their Dovahlein philosophy of land for dragons to rule.
  • Rage Against the Heavens: Are in direct defiance of the legendaries due to their genocidal campaign against humanity.
  • Rules Lawyer: The main use of the mon bombs is to circumvent the Vow since it does not cover mon vs mon conflicts save for those that could destroy the world, as was the case for the Alakagross Civil War. Because of this, for the most part the legendaries hands are tied.
  • Social Darwinist: The Seven Jerk Dragons believe that the strong have the right to rule over the weak, and hate any sort of perceived weakness in general, with the disabled being treated with absolute contempt.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Have risen up against humanity in order to prevent it from destroying the world. There are those who truly believe they are doing the right thing, and those who use it as a excuse to exercise dracosupremacy and imperialist ambitions.


The leader of the Seven Jerk Dragons and Topaz Wing Clan, and the AU counterpart of the OU's Alduin.


The Altaria head of the 7JD's R&D, and leader of the Amythest Claw Clan. He runs the Hoenn theatre.

  • The Evil Genius: Was the mon who reverse engineered the mon bombs from Alakagross technology.

Eon a.k.a. Quoriik

The Latios leader of the Lapis Fang clan, and in charge of the Sinnoh theater.

  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: His followers go "Hail Quoriik!" and he's among the most openly fascistic of the Seven.
  • A God Am I: Believes he's a deity on the level of Dialga and Palkia, and demands worship. The beating he gets during Sinnoh proves otherwise.
  • Cult of Personality: Surrounds himself with his fanatical worshipers, who are more than willing to die for him.
  • Dirty Coward: Upon being beaten in Sinnoh, he and his fanatics leave most of their forces behind.
  • Fantastic Racism: Views humans and non-dragons with nothing but contempt. Even his fellow 7JD members can get this treatment.
  • Jerkass: He's an arrogant, racist tool even by 7JD standards.
  • Olympus Mons: The only legendary member of the Seven Jerk Dragons.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite viewing everyone else as beneath him, even he was touched by AU!Lake and Nadia's reunion.


The Haxorus leader of Unova's Opal Roar clan, and a former trained mon.

  • The Brute: Doesn't have much patience for strategy, preferring to just beat things up.
  • Villainous Legacy: Maleficent, Ammy's original kidnapper, is her granddaughter.


See We Are All Pokémon Trainers - Friends and Allies


See We Are All Pokémon Trainers - Friends and Allies


Leader of the Emerald Scale clan of Hoenn, and AU!Pentigan following his full transformation into a Hydreigon post-AU arc.

  • Captain Ersatz: Of the dragon of the same name from Skyrim.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Decides to side with the dragons and betray his old friends by proxy at first.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Has one after being betrayed by Eon and helps the AU counterparts of Tagg, Tracer, DS, and their mons repel the draconic invasion of Sinnoh.
  • Long-Lived: Is more than 600 years old in the PMD-B timeline, being remarkably old even for a dragon.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: His draconic name translates into "Ambition Overlord Cruelty," and he lives up to it until his Heel–Face Turn.


A former member of the Seven before being replaced by Bahahkun.

  • Ascended Extra: She was originally one of the nameless officers seen working under Rommel during the AU Arc.
  • The Dragon: Originally worked under Rommel and tried to get him to join in, only to get his refusal.
  • Cassandra Truth: Tells the others that doing things like cutting the power would be a horrible idea since it would invoke rebellion, only for it to fall on deaf ears.
  • Cultural Posturing: Besides the species enmity between Hydreigon and Haxorus, she looks down on Bahahkun for being a former trained mon.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Hates being referred to by her Draconic name.
  • Only Sane Man: Despite fully believing in the Dovahlein philosophy and being complicit in what amounts to cultural genocide, her initial issues being based more on her counterparts being dumb rather than the invasions being immoral, Cassandra doesn't possess most of the excesses of her counterparts.

    One-off AU and PMD-B Villains 


An evil Emboar in the AU with designs on world domination. Ends up getting his soul mauled by the Midori Mons.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Solana (AU!Fool) after betraying her.
  • Big Bad: Usurps Scolemis as such for the AU.
  • Blatant Lies: When Die the Persian suffers a mortal injury, Napoleon lies and says that he's taking Die to his apartment to die in comfort, when instead he actually takes him to a taxidermist to be skinned.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Napoleon from Animal Farm, and by proxy, of Josef Stalin, according to Word of God.
  • The Corrupter: Corrupted Solana personally, and corrupted Lanius indirectly through manipulating his life.
  • Defiant to the End: Even when he's about to get eaten by Anom's Scolipede's Kaiju-sized Hydreigon, he still defiantly raises his scimitar and does battle.
  • Deader Than Dead: Gets his soul mauled to pieces by those of the Midori Mons.
  • Genius Bruiser: Is probably about as smart as he is strong, and can actually write pretty well.
  • Hero Killer: Napoleon is an undeniably evil bastard, but he's also a very skilled and powerful evil bastard. Napoleon had a personal hand in the deaths of Mezzo's Black Guard (Though they weren't exactly heroes at the time), beat the crap out of MGMT, killed Mira, managed to seriously injure Lake, and is one of the very few beings to more or less escape the full wrath of the J-Team unharmed.
  • The Juggernaut: Nothing seems to truly stop him for very long short of Scolipede's giant Hydreigon.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Manipulated Solana into doing evil in the first place, and then manipulated the Midori Mons into believing that she betrayed them after killing Rose and Eridan.
  • Signature Move: Superpower.
  • Sinister Scimitar: Likes using a self-heated scimitar to kill opponents, the heat allowing him to stab properly with it, as he did when killing Elvis and Mira.
  • The Starscream: Betrays Solana, and later Scolemis all for the sake of personal power.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Purposely writes his journal to make it look like it was Solana's in order to put everything on her head after he dies.

The Midori Mons

A group of mostly psychopathic Kantonese mons that served as Solana's executioners.

  • Ax-Crazy: Most of them save Crowbar are to some extent violently mentally unstable, but Matchsticks the Ninetales happens to be one of the most deranged members in particular, being a sadistic pyromaniac.
  • Blood Knight: They love a good fight.
  • Boss Rush: Solana ends up having to fight them all in the Spirit World post-AU arc in order to win her Spirit Game.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of the Midnight Crew from Homestuck, and some other characters from the same series.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: All of the Midori Mons wear green.
  • The Dog Bites Back: They get even with Napoleon by mauling his soul to pieces.
  • Dwindling Party: Save for Crowbar and Snowman, all of them die either fighting in the Battle of Castelia, during Napoleon's campaign through Unova, fighting the J-Team, or in the collapse of N's Castle.
  • Meaningful Name: Midori is Japanese for green, they all wear green, and they're all stationed in a room covered in Felt.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: They're definitely a bunch of weirdos to be sure, even when they're not killing people.
  • To Serve Man: They often eat the humans that don't take Solana's offer.
  • Token Good Teammate: Crowbar the Marowak.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Napoleon tricks them into believing Solana betrayed them, and they fall for it hook, line, and sinker.


A Samurott general under Scolemis that was in charge of the invasion of Kanto during the AU, who ended up getting paralyzed by Tracer.

  • Captain Ersatz: Of Legate Lanius from Fallout: New Vegas.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Loves having people and Pokémon strung up on crosses to die via crucifixion.
  • Cruel Mercy: Tracer opts not to kill him with Tagg's dagger, but paralyze him below the neck instead.
  • Dual Wielding: His two seamitars, which can hit someone so hard that it stuns them immediately.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Even he hates Napoleon for being a treacherous bastard.
  • Evil Cripple: Becomes this after getting paralyzed below the neck by Tracer using Tagg's dagger, having at no point actually repented for his crimes, but being at the PEFE's mercy.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: Knows Blizzard, and can freeze over his seamitars in order to better kill Dragon types.
  • Evil Luddite: Hates technology and forces the Pokémon under his command to use Berries and other natural healing items even if they're not as efficient as Potions or the like.
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates humans due to considering their reliance on Pokémon to be the weakest thing of all.
  • Flunky Boss: During his rematch with the J-Team as a Glitch facsimile at the end of Re: Glitch, he sets his pack of crazed Houndoom on them, which was defied during the original fight when the J-Team opted to warp the lock of their cage to prevent him from releasing them.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has disfiguring ones from getting an Aura Sphere to the face.
  • Hero Killer: Is an incredibly deadly and skilled fighter who managed to put Lake, Nadia, Musashi, Gaia, and Tagg's Vanilluxe into the ICU.
  • Historical Hero Upgrade: Gets subjected to his by his descendants in one of the PEFE HQ modules in PMD-B, his crimes being mostly downplayed to the shock of Tracer's mons.
  • Irony: Gets finished off by Tagg's female mons, who he considered only fit for breeding, and then paralyzed below the neck by Tracer, a human.
  • Large and in Charge: Is at least seven feet tall at the shoulder.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Is both incredibly fast and strong, as well as extremely durable. The J-Team's strategy for fighting him basically boils down to staying as far away from him as possible while fighting, as well as slowing him down enough to not get instantly slaughtered.
  • Made of Iron: Manages to take multiple salvos from Tagg, Straw, Fool, Tracer, Every, and Randy's mons, as well as the Celadon Murders that assisted them during the battle.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Wears a concealing helmet along with matching armor to hide his scars from getting Aura Sphered in the face by AU!Simo during his siege of Dragonspiral Tower.
  • One-Man Army: Can murder his way past hordes of mons.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Thinks little of females of any species except as breeding stock or slaves.
  • Rape, Pillage, and Burn: His forces main modus operandi is pillaging and burning any town they come across, enslaving or crucifying all they come across.
  • Retired Monster: Pretty much becomes this after being paralyzed by Tracer, not really repentant for his actions, but pretty much harmless since he can't really fight anymore.
  • Social Darwinist: In his view, the strong have the right to rule over and cull the weak.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Doesn't like Rommel for being in his eyes weak, Lelouch for being a manipulative bastard who doesn't fight fairly, and his own second Vulpes for being an underhanded bastard.
  • We Have Reserves: His view on his troops is that their lives are his to spend as he sees fit.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Has no problems stringing up children on crosses.


A Serperior general under Scolemis who was in charge of the Johto invasion during the AU.

  • Anti-Villain: Noble Demon variety, despite working for an evil empire and to some extent believing in their anti-human philosophy and having authoritarian tendencies even after Scolemis' fall, Rommel isn't exactly evil himself and tries to do his job in the most moral way possible.
  • Apathetic Citizens: Tries to make his invasion as smooth as possible in order to invoke this by softening thoughts of resistance.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Erwin Rommel, including having his weakness of being an excellent tactician, but being weak on strategy.
  • Fantastic Racism: Doesn't like humans much for in his eyes making mons into slaves, and referred to trained mons as "pets", though not to Lanius' level of enslaving them and murdering them on a whim.
  • Mean Boss: While not exactly "mean" per se, Rommel doesn't particularly like people giving their opinions without being asked and can be rather overbearing.
  • Retired Badass: Retires post-AU arc to spend time with his family, and has no interest in helping the Seven Jerk Dragons when Cassandra tries to recruit him, as he tells Other!Tracer, he and Scolemis had their time but failed, so he's done.
  • Signature Move: Leaf Storm, which actually powers him up since he has Contrary for an ability.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Doesn't like Lanius for acting like a war criminal, and Lelouch for being a manipulative bastard, often referring to them as the "ogre" and "twerp" respectively.
  • Token Good Teammate: Is the least evil of the three generals.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considers Lake to be enough of one to agree to duel him in order to decide what he should do with his forces after his defeat becomes obvious.


A Dragonite general in the service of Scolemis, who was in charge of the invasion of Hoenn during the AU.

  • Achilles' Heel: His geass mind control ability only works once.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Lelouch from Code Geass.
  • Expendable Alternate Universe: Once the nature of the AU is revealed to him, Lelouch causes Dialga to go completely primal after geassing Cyrus in order to destroy it because he considers the AU to have less worth than the OU it replaced.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: His geass, which is slightly nerfed from the original by making anyone without eye protection do whatever Lelouch wants for only 24 hours as opposed to forever.
  • Knight Templar Big Brother: Pretty much all the evil he does is for his younger sister's sake, which she's not very appreciative of.
  • Morality Pet: His sister Euphemia, who was unknowingly taken by Lanius as a slave when Scolemis forces invaded their lake.
  • Mundane Utility: In the OU he just uses his geass to mind control human tourists in the Orange Islands into getting him and his sister food.
  • Pride: Is very arrogant.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Flees Hoenn after AU!Marmalade reveals his geass to his forces.
  • Squishy Wizard: Much like his namesake, Lelouch is pretty weak physically, and a solid hit is all it takes to put him down in a straight fight.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Hates Lanius for enslaving his sister, and dislikes Rommel for looking down on him.


The granddaughter of Bahahkun, who conspired to bring back the Dragon Empire in the PMD-B timeline by using Ammy, who she'd stolen from her parents.

    The Unity 

General Tropes

  • Assimilation Plot: Wished to turn all humans and mons into Super Mutant mons in order to create a better world.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of the Unity from the original Fallout, though their ultimate goal is even wider in scope.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: Their ultimate plan was to reach the Entralink in Unova, and use it to attack and conquer all other universes, turning the inhabitants into Super Mutants.
  • Religion of Evil: The Children of the Cathedral, who serve as the Unity's public front.
  • Was Once a Man: Super Mutants were humans or normal mons before becoming dipped. Full humans and humons tend to be the most likely to keep their intelligence, while pure mons often become mentally impaired.

The Master

A mutated Reuniclus who Tagg, his mons, Tracer's mons, AU!Wolf, AU!Alastor, and Emperor Archeops in Tracer's body met in PMD-B Angela.

  • The Assimilator: Assimilates humans and mons into his biomass.
  • Big Bad: Of Tagg and Tracer's portion of PMD-R.
  • Body Horror: Is a techno-organic monstrosity much like the Glitches.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Can form eyes in his goop to spy on people.
  • Psychic Powers: Has psychic powers so powerful that without using the blockers Tagg's group would've been mentally crippled upon entering his chamber.
  • Talking the Monster to Death: Like in the games, Tagg and the Vault Dweller point out that the sterility of the Super Mutants means that his plot is ultimately doomed to failure, causing him to commit suicide by blowing up the Cathedral.
  • Voice of the Legion: Has a synthetic voice, his own voice, and the voices of humans and mons he has assimilated.
  • Was Once a Man: Was once human before getting dipped in FEV.

The Lieutenant/Lou Tenant

The Master's second in command, and far more level-headed.

  • Beam Spam: Wields a Gatling Laser.
  • Cyborg: Is a cybernetic Conkeldurr.
  • The Dragon: To the Master.
  • Dragon Their Feet: Tagg's group ends up fighting him after they stop the Master.
  • Electronic Eyes: Has a cybernetic eye that works like a Silph Scope combined with Foresight, allowing him to harm Ghost types, as Eir found out unfortunately.
  • Evil Brit: Sounds like Tony Jay to be exact.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Emperor Archeops uses an Earthquake on his head, and he starts liquefying and imploding before Ana telekinetically hurls him into one of the forcefields after Tagg's fails to do so with his Aura chains, vaporizing him.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Unlike the Master, he's a bit of a sadist and rather condescending while being technically polite.
  • Genius Bruiser: Both very strong and very smart.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: Tagg tries to talk him down like the Master, but he just figures the sterility problem will be fixed eventually and attacks.


The Head Priest of the Children of the Cathedral.

  • Karmic Death: Xatu leaves him to get blown up in the Cathedral after defeating his men and giving a "Reason You Suck" Speech to him.
  • Sinister Minister: Like his game counterpart he's a sham priest who preys on others.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Thinks he's a lot more powerful than he really is. Tagg's Xatu points out to him that to his teammates, some of whom have actually fought godlike beings before, he's little more than a footnote.

Paths and Recovery Saga Villains

    The Ghost Lord & His Minions 

The Ghost Lord

See Conquest Characters

The Demon Generals

The Ghost Lord's most powerful minions, a group of Pokémon transformed by the Demon Mutagen, who served as the main adversaries of Ammy's group during the Conquest arc.

The Spider Queen

A giant mutated Ariados, and the first member of the Demon Generals faced by the group inside the Tsuta Ruins.

Crimson Helm

A giant mutant Tauros with arms and samurai armor fought by Ammy's group inside the Gale Shrine.


Orochi, or Vulziistrunmahnote  in Draconic, was an eight-headed Hydreigon fought by Ammy's group in the Moon Cave both 600 and 700 years ago. Fond of drink, he and Yami were the first mons to be mutated by the Demon Mutagen.

  • Affably Evil: After initially considering eating her he got on well with Duolis.
  • The Alcoholic: Is so much of a drunk that the Ghost Lord decides that he'd be better off finding a Hydreigon without that weakness once he dies.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Has a bell-shaped scar on his back.
  • Barrier Warrior: Has a barrier around him to deflect any attacks. Tagg identifies it as an Obscuric barrier with elements of Heal Bell and Safeguard in particular.
  • Butt-Monkey: The Thunder Head is often the butt of jokes, just like in Okami.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: The final boss for the first portion of Ammy's group's adventures.
  • The Dreaded: Among the most feared of the Demon Generals.
  • Elemental Powers: Each head has its own abilities:
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Shares this role with Yami as they invaded the Celestial Plain and slaughtered the Celestials 2,000 years before the Conquest arc, sending the Ark of Yamato to Earth, and introduced the Demon Mutagen to the Ghost Lord.
  • The Heavy: The Ghost Lord might be the ultimate villain, and Yami the penultimate final boss, but Orochi is the driver of the first portion of the plot.
  • Multiple Head Case: Unlike other Hydreigon, he has eight heads, four main heads with four pairs of head-hands each.
  • Mystical 108: According to legend his bell-scar actually rings 108 times for each desire of its sacrifice.
  • Nice Hat: Each head has its own helmet displaying the kanji for its element.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Orochi tends to like sitting around, getting drunk, and eating maidens once every 100 years.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Unlike his game counterpart, only his power was sealed 100 years ago, Nagi merely managed to seriously injure him and the Hydreigon retreated.
  • Super Mode: In his true form, complete with golden armor.
  • Time Abyss: Orochi is at least around Yami's ballpark, and Yami is at least more than 5,600 years old.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Orochi's main weakness is drinking, and the group got him drunk to defeat him.
  • Worf Had the Flu: The first fight against him takes place with Orochi being much weaker than he was 100 years ago thanks to Nagi's injury.


A mutated Ghastly possessing a sword who was making the Emperor and a good portion of Sei-An City sick fought by Ammy's group.

  • Evil Weapon: Goldnail, his sword, is possessed by him. Upon breaking he dies with it.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Is so fast that Tagg is forced to break out the Adamant Orb to slow down his strikes.
  • Poisonous Person: Besides his typing, he created a miasma around the city.
  • Soul Power: A Ghost type.


A giant mutated Ninetales that styles herself as Lord of Ryoshima Coast and disguised herself as the priestess Rao, who she killed, and the mother of Rosa.

  • A God Am I: Pretends to be a god.
  • Abusive Parents: Her and her Smeargle mate did not treat their daughter Rosa well at all.
  • Action Mom: Is Rosa's mother.
  • BFS: Wields a massive glaive.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Ammy's group slices all her tails off during their battle, and Tagg finishes her off with a disembowelment after thinking she managed to kill Lucius. Well deserved, but not a pleasant way to go at all.
  • Cunning Like a Fox: Disguised herself as a priestess and manages to fool the whole group, using them to get the Fox Rods needed to restore her to full power.
  • Fisher King: Upon her death, Oni Island crumbles.
  • Gag Boobs:
    • As Rao, with both Tagg and Lucius wondering how she even manages to support them.
    • She does the same trick earlier using Duolis, but due to not being as busty Umbra easily recognizes her.
  • Glass Eye: Has one that gets knocked out during her final battle.
  • Gutted Like a Fish: Tagg kills her by disembowelment after he thinks she's killed Lucius with her flames.
  • Handicapped Badass: Is missing an eye, but it doesn't slow her down at all.
  • Kitsune: Gives off this vibe even more so than regular Ninetales due to her transformation abilities.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Her presence makes the arc a whole lot darker after she murders Queen Himiko.
  • Lightning Bruiser: She's big, but fast and strong.
  • Mirror Boss: Uses her Smeargle mate from the Family of Blood to mimic Ammy's brush techniques.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: "Ho ho ho ho!"
  • Playing with Fire: Fire types.
  • She Is the King: Refers to herself as Lord instead of Lady.
  • Undying Loyalty: To the Ghost Lord, as even in death she tells them that Yami is her master to throw them off his trail.
  • Unholy Matrimony: Her mate is a Smeargle from the Family of Blood.
  • Villainous Valor: Even after it's obvious to all that she's lost, she continues fighting, and in her death throes takes pride in the fact that she never told Ammy and company who her real master was.

Lechku and Nechku

A duo of mutated Rotom possessing Noctowl robots who terrorized the people of Kamui.

  • Dual Boss: They normally fight together, as it allows them to use their time powers.
  • Hero Killer: Manage to mortally injure Shiranui upon her taking an attack meant for Oki.
  • High-Class Glass: Both wear monocles, plus fancy top hats.
  • Ominous Owls: Their mechanical Noctowl give off this vibe.
  • Time Master: Through unknown methods, they can freeze and slow down time. Word of God reveals that at some point they'd managed to acquire the Emerald Star that later appears in the TYD miniarc, though this hasn't been learned yet in-universe.
  • The Voiceless: Neither speaks, instead communicating using clicks.

Tokoyami no Sumeragi aka Yami

A mutant Seel inhabiting a metal sphere fought inside the Ark of Yamato.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Ho-Oh.
  • Climax Boss: He is the penultimate opponent for Ammy's group during the Conquest arc.
  • Combat Pragmatist: First he immediately steals all of Ammy's powers during the first round, and does the same thing again at the end after attacking her while she's in the middle of a victory howl.
  • Dark Is Evil: Has powers over darkness and is of course a villain.
  • Energy Weapon: Can spam Hyper Beams without a recharge.
  • Evil Overlord: They don't call him "Lord of Darkness" for nothing.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Shares this role with Orochi as they invaded the Celestial Plain and slaughtered the Celestials 2,000 years before the Conquest arc, sending the Ark of Yamato to Earth, and introducing the Demon Mutagen to the Ghost Lord.
  • Humongous Mecha: Fights in a spherical one.
  • Lightning Bruiser: It might be stuck in a ball, but it's not slow at all.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Desires to destroy everything.
  • One-Winged Angel: For its final form, it became a giant hand attached to a sphere.
  • Sequential Boss: Had about five forms.
  • Time Abyss: Is more than 5,000 years old, at least.
  • The Voiceless: Doesn't talk, but can roar in rage.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Despite in actuality being a Seel, Yami was considered just too plain wrong to be represented by either humans or Pokémon.



For those who went on to join The Illusion Project, Team Neo-Galactic, or other groups, please look at their respective folders.

General Tropes

  • Arch-Enemy: Cipher in general is this to Tagg, and after Orre the entire J-Team.
  • Big Bad: Of the Orre arc, and in some ways the entire RP.
  • Compensating for Something: Tracer accuses them of this due to the large amount of large firearms they carry.
  • Darker and Edgier: Unlike the game version of Cipher whose darkness was mostly hinted at, WAAPT's interpretation of Cipher carries around firearms and murders people onscreen.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: 'M was originally a Cipher experiment.
  • Interservice Rivalry: The various branches of Cipher do not get along, to the point that their effectiveness was hampered though branches letting the J-Team destroy others out of petty grudges and desire for advancement.
  • Just a Kid: Subverted. Probably due to their defeat at the hands of Micheal, Cipher for the most part actually takes the J-Team seriously as a threat.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Every time they show up IRP, bad things follow soon after and the RP takes on a darker tone.
  • The Man Behind the Man: They helped Ghetsis shadow Kyurem, and had remnants of the Pokémon Pinchers, Go-Rock Squad, and Team Dim Sun on their payroll.
  • Mind Rape: What they do to mons to turn them into Shadow Pokémon.
  • Sadist: Being a horrible human being is practically a prerequisite to being hired, and many enjoy the pain of others.
  • The Syndicate: Cipher is a criminal empire with operatives in every region, though they tend to keep a low profile.
  • Villain Team-Up: At least one surviving cell made an alliance with Neo-Flare.
  • Would Hurt a Child: If you're not needed alive and happen to be a threat or liability, Cipher has no problems rubbing you out no matter how young you are.

Cipher Grandmaster Ardos

Cipher's Grandmaster following the capture of Greevil and Eldes.

  • Bad Boss: Implied, since the Orre Admins did not want him getting directly involved in Orre's events, and in his backstory he was going to blow up Citadark Isle and everyone on it after Greevil lost to Micheal. It's also worth noting that following the fall of the Orre branch most if not all of the Cipher personnel who escaped the J-Team didn't try coming back to him.
  • Dragon Ascendant: Took the job of Cipher Grandmaster after Greevil was jailed.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Despite being responsible for most of the proto-J-Team's early foes, and the man everyone in Cipher answers to, he has yet to be directly opposed by the J-Team, with only Gamer, Silent, and Ever having met him directly, and only the latter getting a chance to battle him, however briefly.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blue hair.

Cipher Admin Tokarev

The head of Cipher's Operations Division, Cipher's footsoldiers, and one of Tagg's most hated enemies.

  • An Arm and a Leg: Tagg cuts off Tokarev's right leg and pistol hand after slashing out his eye.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Tagg in particular for trying to murder him as a child.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Wears a black suit when not on duty, and sometimes when he is, doubling with Dressed to Kill.
  • Badass Normal: Is Tagg's superior in a straight fight, managing to beat him into near unconsciousness during their final confrontation, and it's likely that had he not threatened the lives of his loved ones and gloated he would've successfully killed him.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Vladimir Makarov, according to Word of God.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Was the unnamed Cipher Peon from Tagg's mindscape memory of the Under during the mindscape miniarc.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Has his men arm themselves with firearms as well as mons, and drops flashbangs on the J-Team rather than face them with a numerical disadvantage.
  • Cyborg: When he returns after two years of staying away from the J-Team, Tokarev reveals that he replaced the body parts Tagg cut off with robotic limbs and a cybernetic eye.
  • Eye Scream: Loses an eye thanks to Tagg's Aura blade in a fit of rage.
  • Feathered Fiend: His Fearow Lev, who is just as villainous as he is and threatens to eat mons after he's killed them.
  • Frontline General: More Admin, but though he tends to hang back for the most part, Tokarev has no issue going on field missions with his men.
  • Hero Killer: He and Verax managed to come closest to killing Tagg out of anyone in the RP up to Orre due to being incredibly skilled physical combatants.
  • Hired Guns: After leaving the military, he spent several years as a mercenary, and after leaving Cipher he goes right back to that.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: While Tagg had plans on killing him anyway, the Mind Rape mentioned below and threatening his friends and girlfriend led to his defeat.
  • Honor Before Reason: Decides to just leave with the Cipher scientist instead of gunning down the J-Team while they're stunned, though he could've just thought going through with it would be a waste of time.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Things got a lot darker once he showed up to collect the last Cipher scientist in Holon.
  • Mind Rape: Does this to Tagg by having their second meeting after Holon take place in the very same spot where they first met, and having a mind-controlled Ever and Shadowed Crewe try to kill him.
  • Only in It for the Money: He's only loyal to Cipher for as long as he's being paid, and cares little about Shadowing mons.
  • Pistol-Whipping: His favorite method for dealing with defiant individuals is to smack them with the butt of his pistol.
  • Poirot Speak: Is hinted to be from a Russian analogue region in particular due to his language patterns.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Had Verax take out Leng mainly because he was going around assassinating people Tokarev didn't want dead. Tokarev likes professionals, not psychotics.
  • Professional Killer: Served as an assassin on several occasions before joining Cipher.
  • Smug Snake: He certainly took pleasure in taunting the J-Team when they first met, and Tagg has become his favorite target.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Tokarev pistol whips Shadow!Crewe about twice for insubordination.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Tried to kill Tagg for being a witness to one of his murders when he was 13.


Alexiel's sister who suddenly appeared at Cipher and started to work for him. She is revealed to be Lyuri after Lucius snags Shadow!Duke.

Galactic Grunt/Cipher Peon Deimos, aka Richard Lane

A former member of Team Galactic that serves as Titan's second. Killed in Orre during the raid on Titan's Lab after Eskay stabbed him with one of Kaius' swords in a fit of rage.

  • Cluster F-Bomb: Is incredibly foul-mouthed, referring to Sarah as a bint, and tends to just cuss a lot in general.
  • The Dragon: To Titan until his death.
  • Dumb Muscle: Is more or less Titan's personal thug.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Aelia didn't exactly take his death very well.
  • Evil Cripple: Becomes one after Jacob ruins his legs in a fight. Thanks to a prosthetic courtesy of Titan, however, he is able to walk again as of the Orre arc.
  • Evil Gloating: Almost constantly.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How he dies due to Eskay stabbing him with a sword.
  • Karma Houdini: His battles against the J-Team never seem to end well, and yet he always manages to escape with little more than a slap on the wrist. Finally averted come Orre, where he meets his end.
  • Knife Nut: Has a dagger hidden in his boot.
  • Smug Snake: Loves to gloat about his superiority over those he's fighting.
  • Unholy Matrimony: Is in a relationship with Aelia.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Certainly has no issues setting his mons on teenagers.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: As a former Galactic Grunt, it comes with the territory.

Cipher Commander Verax Lakirid

A Cipher Operative who works under Tokarev.

  • The Ace: What he is considered, however due to him being a villain, and his line of work being killing people, it's mostly implied as the heroes prevent any sort of demonstration.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Near the end of Orre he acquires the YCMA, which gives its wearer the powers of the entire Auric Quartet, but it gets destroyed following his duel with Vierr.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: After fighting Tagg and Pi, he gets acid-scarred due to a well aimed Toxic from Habitus.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Has one at the end of the Orre arc due to Tokarev's abuse and Paula getting banished to PMD-A.
  • Mage Killer: Was specifically trained to kill Aurics.
  • The Mole: Becomes one for Tagg in the Illusion Project.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: A lot of the J-Team only tolerates his presence at best due to him nearly killing several of them. Lucius for instance absolutely despises him and beat him down unprovoked, and his own purified Shadows stick with him mainly due to the Vow rather than any true love for him. Tagg is surprisingly one of the only J-Team members who doesn't despise him despite having tried to kill him in their last fight, though he doesn't trust him fully until sometime after the Ranger-2 Arc.
  • Sadist: Though he doesn't actually like it, he's just mostly incapable of feeling joy unless it's through others suffering. After his Heel–Face Turn it stops.
  • Separated at Birth: Turns out to be Jacob's twin.
  • Signature Move: Balthazar, his Shadow Hydreigon, who remains his signature mon even after being purified.

Cipher Commandernote  Paula Jaide

A Cipher operative that was originally a regular trainer with an affinity for finding things underground, until she met Diane and Skye after "catching" the former by finding her buried ball. After Skye defeated her and won back Diane, she decided to join Cipher originally for revenge, rising to the rank of Commander, before later becoming an Admin of Special Acquisitions following her Snagging of Mt. Battle's Heatran. She gets trapped in PMD-A thanks to Grace, returns to the OU thanks to an Unown swarm, but after failing her task has her memories stripped from her, which form into an aspect that is sealed at Dashedreams City. After managing to escape due to Glitch activity, she becomes leader of Team Skulls remnants in Po Town.

As for Rose, who was left after after the Unown incident, see here.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Paula isn't right in the head, as she has a lot of obsessive tendencies, but the exact issue remains unknown. Rose appears to lack whatever instability Paula had though.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Skye and Diane. Kyrie sees Paula as this, but Paula doesn't reciprocate. At first anyway.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Is treated like a monster by the mons in Treasure Town due to being seen as a feral. (Being a Crawdaunt doesn't help matters either.)
  • Baleful Polymorph: Gets teleported to a desert area of PMD-A by Grace after a failed attempt to have her Claydol Mind Rape Ryklys, where she becomes a Corphish.
  • Cool Shades:
    • Gets a star shaped visor in the make of Simon after catching and Shadowing the Heatran of Mt. Battle and becoming an Admin as a result. Diane ends up breaking them with a punch to the face. She somehow gets the visor back after making a deal with the Unown to return to the AU.
    • After being spun off from Rose, she wears shades to hide her Glitch eyes.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: It's implied her instability has something to do with her family situation.
  • Determinator: Never gives up on her goals, no matter how reprehensible, showing the dark side of this trope.
  • Heel Realization: Appears to have had one as a result of her exile, and the Paula that Rose meets in Po Town is far less evil than she used to be, though still not the nicest person.
  • Humiliation Conga: When the J-Team raids the Special Acquisitions base, Dune and Umbra snag her Heatran and Prism the Togekiss respectively, Diane punches her in the face, and finally Grace takes her to PMD-A to live the rest of her life as a Pokémon in an environment ill suited for her species.
  • Mook Promotion: Ends up becoming becoming an Admin of Special Acquisitions following her Snagging of Mt. Battle's Heatran.
  • Sadist: Loves inflicting emotional pain on others.
  • Pet the Dog: Cares about the Skull Grunts enough that she doesn't want them getting thrashed in a direct confrontation with the J-Team, which is why she keeps a low profile.
  • Reformed, but Not Tamed: While Paula's not quite a villain anymore, readily admitting that what she did during Orre was wrong (If not in the most tactful fashion), she still has her rough edges and a trollish streak, particularly towards Rose.
  • Sanity Slippage: Suffers this following multiple defeats by the J-Team.
  • Teens Are Monsters: 18 years old and an unrepentant Cipher member during the Orre arc.
  • These Are Things Man Was Not Meant to Know: Reveals to Verax during the Entralink Arc that she's gained meta powers thanks to the very Glitch that gave her freedom, which actually hurt her to use and creep her out on some level.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: While she has no issue with emotional pain, Paula doesn't believe in murder. This starts to change after she suffers numerous failures at the hands of the J-Team, and during the last fight she does indeed fight to kill.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Goes from being merely incredibly pushy and entitled to a Cipher member hellbent on revenge on Skye and Diane, and willing to use Shadowfication to do so.
  • Trapped in Another World: Gets stuck in PMD-A, before making a deal with an Unown swarm to return to the OU.
  • Troll: She takes pleasure in trolling Rose.
  • Tunnel King: Was a Tunnel Queen before becoming a Cipher member.

Cipher Admin Siren

The head of Cipher's Snagging department. Later murdered by Jet.

Cipher Commander Iulianus/Leander Kraus

A commander in Cipher's R&D department. He could care less about Cipher's goals and is ultimately trying to find a way to stop uncontrollable, rampaging wild Pokémon, after an incident in his past that cost him his right eye. He forms a group of eight scientists to help him reach that goal.

He is later revealed to be Leander Kraus, the son of a childhood friend of Zeal's mother and uncle. He is ultimately killed by Zeal's red-eyed aspect at the end of the Orre arc.

  • Affably Evil: Tends to come off as polite, if somewhat distant, in casual conversation.
  • Eye Scream: Lost his right eye to a rampaging wild Pokémon. It is later revealed that this was a Sneasel.
  • Kick the Dog: He wholeheartedly supports Wound's powered armor's use of mons' life energy as a backup power source.
  • Mad Scientist: To some extent.
  • Non-Action Guy: Due to his fear of Pokémon.
  • Verbal Tic: "See?"
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He merely wants to find a way to stop wild Pokémon from rampaging.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Ever since he was attacked by a wild Pokémon on a rampage, he has been terrified by Pokémon in general. He's scared of Sneasel in particular.

Iulianus' Octet

A group of eight scientists within Cipher formed to pursue Iulianus' goals. Midway through the Orre arc, one of the members of the group starts trying to kill the others off, one-by-one.

The group as a whole

Reaver (Matthias Rowe)

A member of the Octet. An energetic water monotyper, and a close friend of Iulianus'.

Choice (real name unknown)

A member of the Octet who rarely speaks. He is one of the traitors.

Wound (Victor Shane)

A member of the Octet and childhood friend of Iulianus'. He's a scientist who prides himself on his speed. He ends up making powered armor for some of Cipher's mons, and is killed as a result.

Effigy (real name unknown)

A generally incompetent member of the Octet. This is an act. She's the mastermind behind the murders of the other Octet members.

Traitor (Xylia Salvai)

One of the closest members of the Octet to Iulianus, and a master Ditto user.

Boatman (Jonathan Byrne)

A member of the Octet who is often forgotten.

Thief (real name unknown)

A member of the Octet, and generally a jerk. spoiler:She's one of the traitors, and the one who carried out the murders of Reaver and Wound.

Prisoner (Rikke Res)

An explosion-obsessed member of the Octet. She also loves to draw, and carries a sketchbook with her at all times. She is killed by RedEyes!Zeal.

  • Giggling Villain: Giggles a lot, usually after she causes an explosion.
  • Having a Blast: Loves explosions. Every one of her mons knows the move Explosion.

    The Illusion Project 

General Tropes

  • Assimilation Plot: Their ultimate goal is to find a Mew and use it to turn all humans and Pokémon into a mixed species, which is referred to as the Mew Tang Plan.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Are rivals with Team Neo-Galactic.
  • Shadow Archetype: To the J-Team, both groups being made up of misfits and seeking to create a better world, though the Illusion Project is far more organized as a group compared to the J-Team's Ragtag Bunch of Misfits who are held together loosely by shared experiences.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Illusion Project members wear silver suits, though their officers can break from the uniform.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Echo herself is, though her underlings range from this to mere sadists.

Illusion Leader Echo Lingua

Illusion Admin Shard

One of Illusion's more mysterious Admins, and one of the few who appears to be wholeheartedly loyal to the Project, Shard is an Ice monotyper and a Dark Obscuric of impressive skill.

  • An Ice Person: Is an Ice monotyper.
  • Casting a Shadow: As a Dark Obscuric, it comes with the territory.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite her intimidating appearance and weird mannerisms, she's probably the most approachable and least psychotic of the Illusion Admins.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Well, woman, but she wears a face-concealing gas mask, though whether or not she counts as "malevolent" depends on who you're talking to.
  • Sanity Slippage: Following three years of imprisonment, her mind has shattered into a "Shard" portion and a "Lucille" portion that don't remember what the other does.
  • Strange-Syntax Speaker: Never uses first-person pronouns, except when she loses her temper.

Cipher Commander Kyrie (Full name: Valkyrie Elaine Jacobs)

Formerly a Peon working under Verax, Kyrie was recently promoted to Commander.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: She has some sort of mental illness, but it's unclear what.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Pi/Munn and Joseph.
  • The Atoner: Not Kyrie by any stretch, but her Lilligant is a shell of her former self due to remorse for her past deeds.
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: Her first name is Valkyrie. (Her mother had high hopes for her).
  • Axe-Crazy: She's mentally unwell, and very dangerous.
  • Badass Normal: Is capable of fighting Pi while he's in Powered Armor despite her lack of either that or powers by virtue of being just that Axe-Crazy.
  • Batter Up!: Her Weapon of Choice is a baseball bat.
  • Because I'm Good at It: Her reasoning for not leaving Cipher or her life of crime basically breaks down to it being the only thing she's good at apart from music.
  • Berserk Button: Harming her violin, which she will attempt to violently murder an offender for.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: No matter her Cloudcuckoolander tendencies, the woman can get violent.
  • Broken Bird: Her Lilligant, Ophelia.
  • Captain Ersatz: Essentially, what would happen if Bad Girl was portrayed by Emilie Autumn.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Illustrated nicely when she tried to jump up and down to defy gravity.
  • Cute and Psycho: She is quite attractive, and has a certain girlish quality about her. Yet it bears repeating that she is not sane and extremely dangerous.
  • Dating Catwoman: Is in a relationship with Sparkers.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Tries to murder Joeseph for breaking her violin. This ends up costing her an eye.
  • Elegant Classical Musician: Subverted, Kyrie is anything but elegant.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Following the incident that costs her eye.
  • Eye Scream: Loses an eye after Wolvie slashes it following her attempt to murder Joseph for breaking her violin.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Towards Paula for managing to catch and Shadow Mt. Battle's Heatran. Not to mention that Kyrie perceives Paula as taking Verax's attention away from his star Peon.
  • Hero Killer: Kills Pi, triggering the Reboot.
  • Hidden Depths: Unhinged criminal and murderer...incredible violinist. Her conversation with Sparkers indicates that she's also a bit more perceptive than you'd think at first glance.
  • Mood-Swinger: Can switch from bubbly to murderous at the drop of a hat.
  • Musical Assassin: Excellent musician, and a crazed killer.
  • Norse by Norsewest: Her maternal grandmother was from the Pokeworld equivalent of Norway.
  • Odd Friendship: Between her and Sparkers. One is an unrepentant criminal and murderer. The other is a proponent of justice (never mind the fact that he's an Arcanine). Despite this, they have a genuine friendship.
  • Perky Female Minion: Is very energetic.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Is only 5'4", but deadly enough with a bat that she can fight cyborgs.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Calls Joseph a "faggot" on two different occasions, though she might just be saying it to get a rise out of Pi/Munn.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Well, womanchild, and it's zig-zagged somewhat. Kyrie can switch from childlike insults to a Cluster F-Bomb at the drop of a hat.
  • Sadist: Somewhat different from other Cipher members such as Paula, however: while Paula is terribly fond of emotional suffering, Kyrie would much rather bash people's heads in.
  • Softspoken Sadist: Her Froslass, Bathory.
  • Shout-Out: All of her mons are named after things.. We have Emilie the Kricketune, Jimi the Bouffalant, and Ophelia the Lilligant. Her Froslass, Bathory, is named after a famous murderess, Elizabeth Bathory. And more recently, we have Clara the Zangoose (Clara Schumann) Camille the Mismagius (Camille Saint-Saens) and Joanna the Flygon (Joanna Newsom).
  • The Stoic: Emilie, her Kricketune, remains calm in almost every situation.

    Team Neo-Galactic 

General Tropes

  • Cape Busters: Neo-Galactic has specialized Grunts particularly for taking down Aurics called Excubitors.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Are rivals with the Illusion Project.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Titan himself believes he's doing the right thing through dirty methods, though his underlings tend to be far less noble.

Galactic Commander/Cipher Commander/Neo-Galactic Leader Titan, aka Lawrence Cain

A Galactic Commander who decided to try continuing Cyrus' plans, and Lucius's father.

  • Archnemesis Dad: To Lucius, being his father and a villain.
  • Cain and Abel: Killed his own abusive brother who later became a Pokémon smuggler, prying Sidious' ball from his corpse.
  • Cold Ham: Despite his stoicism he has a flair for the dramatic, especially while battling.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: Used to be part of a J-Team-esque group of trainers called the Wanderers before they dissolved after defeating an unknown foe who managed to break their bonds, leading him on the path to become the man he is in the present.
  • Disappeared Dad: Left Lucius to pursue his ill-advised goals.
  • Dual Wielding: Dual wields Auric kali sticks.
  • The Empath: Is Aura-sensitive, which is ironic considering his desire of a world free of emotion.
  • Evil Uncle: To Psyche, Trip, and Trish. Especially in Psyche's case since he didn't bother taking her in once she got abandoned.
  • Fallen Hero: Was once part of a group called the Wanderers as a teenager before it broke apart and he became a villain.
  • Heel Realization: Has one after Lucius and Psyche work together in order to have the former give him a "Reason You Suck" Speech, though it's not quite enough to fully make him stop his plans right until the Ranger-2 arc.
  • Kick the Dog: Despite not being completely evil, Titan has shown himself to be capable of doing some really dickish acts such as:
  • Manipulative Bastard: Hardly a master at his game, but still has enough skill at manipulating emotions to keep Shadow Crewe under his thumb during the Orre arc.
  • Morality Pet: Shadow Crewe, of all people, starts to become one to him during the Orre arc, and he has shown that he still cares about his son.
  • Noble Bigot: Titan proves to have his good qualities, but even after his Heel–Face Turn still hasn't completely excised his views on Pokémon being generally inferior to humans.
  • Noble Demon: Titan generally doesn't go out of his way to be evil for the sake of being evil.
  • Papa Wolf: Never try to hurt Lucius in front of him.
  • Parental Substitute: Becomes the closest thing Crewe has to a father as they bond over time.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can understand Monese, but views the vast majority of mons as little more than animals and tools, the former view he ended up passing on to Lucius.
  • The Stoic: He tries to follow Cyrus' example in this regard, though he has shown himself to be Not So Stoic on occasion, including when Omega gets crippled.
  • The Unfettered: Attempts to maintain an image of being completely unbothered with anything but his goals, with varying degrees of success.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Much like Cyrus he seeks to create a better world.
  • Wicked Cultured: He's very well-spoken, his Pokemon are named after the letters of the Greek alphabet, and he often quotes Shakespeare in conversation. However, he is incapable of speaking the Pokéverse equivalent of Latin.
  • You Are a Credit to Your Race: Tells Crow that he did well "for a Murkrow" after a successful mission in the Haruba Desert, and thinks of Omega as different from other mons.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: In keeping with his position as a Galactic commander, though his is greying slightly.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: During the Re: Glitch Arc it's revealed that overuse of his powers over the years have given him only around a year to live, and he eventually dies towards the end of the Alola Arc.

Omega (Infernape, Female)

Titan's starter.

Sidious (Alakazam, Male)

  • I Fight for the Strongest Side: Went with Titan because he killed his own brother, and eventually betrays him and strikes out on his own because he finds him too weak and soft.
  • Mind Rape: Turned the original Herbert into an empty shell.
  • Offing the Offspring: Possesses a desire to murder his own progeny Maul, and berates Titan for not being willing to do the same to his own son.
  • Psychic Powers: As a Psychic type.
  • The Starscream: Betrays Titan and cripples Omega due to finding the former too weak for him anymore.
  • The Sociopath: Has many signs of being one, such as his utter Lack of Empathy, desire to murder his own child, and lack of remorse for any of the things he's done.

Cipher Peon Aelia Morgan / Neo-Galactic Commander Io

A Peon working under Titan, as well as one of Cipher's scientists. She is also a descendant of Fukurou.

  • Arch-Enemy:
    • To Crewe. Or at least, she regards Crewe as one - Crewe doesn't seem to view her as anything more than an annoyance.
    • She is however a closer one to Maggie since they're both cousins and she snagged Tide from her.
  • Ascended Extra: Started off as a nameless Shady Scientist in Holon before becoming a major antagonist in Orre.
  • For the Evulz: Her having Shadow!Crewe attack Straw on his birthday basically breaks down to this.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a set of disfiguring scars running across her face, courtesy of Crewe.
  • Hot Scientist: At least according to her she was pretty attractive prior to her scarring, and she happens to be a scientist.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • The aforementioned having Shadow!Crewe attack Straw on his birthday solely to make him suffer.
    • When Maggie and Tide confront her on Shadowing the latter, especially given the fact that Tide was her original starter, she replies that Tide is "far more useful when she can actually work up the guts to hurt something instead of cowering in the corner."
  • Lack of Empathy: Cares little for most other people.
  • Moral Myopia: Is pissed that Deimos got killed fighting the J-Team and wants revenge, despite having taken pleasure in breaking the relationships of others long beforehand.
  • Sadist: Aelia loves reveling in the pain of others.
  • Only Sane Woman: Is one of the few Cipher members to realize that purposely antagonizing the J-Team is not a good idea.
  • The Starscream: During the Ranger-2 arc she usurps Titan and takes over Team Neo-Galactic for herself and the other Admins, feeling that he's gotten too soft.
  • Playing with Syringes: She was one of the scientists working on Cipher's multityping program, and will work for anyone willing to deal with her lack of ethics.
  • Unholy Matrimony: Was in a relationship with Deimos, until he died.

Cipher Admin Alexiel/Allen Avadonia

Head of Cipher's Resources department and also a very capable thief.

  • Arch-Enemy: Lucius's, though the feeling isn't mutual as Alexiel considers him to be be merely an annoyance.
  • Bait-and-Switch Boss: Appears to be ready to face Lucius, Crow, and Tagg alongside Titan during the Orre Arc, but he instead makes an excuse to run away and leave Titan to fight alone.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Acts extremely silly, but is actually quite competent.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He knew exactly what to do to keep Lyuri under his command and no matter what they tried, Crow, Duke, Lucius and Lyuri could do nothing to stop him from escaping, he successfully knocked out Ghostus to prevent a Mean Look and bluffed about a hostage and once that plan failed against Lucius, who blocked all exits through Gamma, he simply teleported out with a Gallade's help.
  • Double Agent: Serves as one for Titan in the Illusion Project.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He's silly and keeps a very casual attitude, which only makes his sadism even more noticeable.
  • Enigmatic Minion: Nothing is known about him other than his name and even then it's hard to tell if it's his real one or not. As we learn later, it isn't.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Not him, but just about everyone, hero and villain alike, dislikes Alexiel, with Titan only letting him stay around in Neo-Galactic because he's useful and makes it very clear that he'll kill him if he tries to betray him.
  • It Amused Me: Why he does most of what he does.
  • Karma Houdini: Manages to escape the J-Team completely unharmed during the Resources raid. His plans ultimately succeed as he got what he wanted and escaped completely unharmed.
  • Kick the Dog: He absolutely loves doing evil things just to be a prick.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Wears a smiling opera mask and happens to be a villain.
  • Master of Illusion: His Zoroark makes a lot of use of his Illusion ability.
  • The Mole: Managed to infiltrate the PEFE as Hikari's assistant.
  • Morality Pet: His sister, Alexia, and his Zoroark seem to be the only things he cares about, at least he cares enough about the latter enough to not turn it into a Shadow Pokémon. In Alexia's case, it's subverted when it's revealed that she was Lyuri and that she was blackmailed by him into working for Cipher.
  • Ninja: Part of his motif, he even carries kunais with him.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He may act silly, but he's very smart and does his job very well.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: Literally pops up from the ground in front of two random peons when being talked about.
  • Paranoia Fuel: Invoked. Tries to invoke this on Lucius with relative success and is indirectly responsible for Sakura's paranoia. This is also how he managed to get Lyuri completely under his control.
  • Phantom Thief: The other part of his motif.
  • The Reveal: He turns out to be Hikari's assistant, Allen.
  • Rule of Cool: He invokes this, preferring to make things in flashy ways instead of just doing them in a more sensible way.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Decides to run from the Resources HQ instead of trying to defend it via secret exit.
  • Signature Move: Zoroark is his signature mon.
  • Villainous Breakdown: A mild one after the warehouse incident. It doesn't take too long before he's back to causing trouble.
  • Villains Out Shopping: He's often seen sleeping in his office and playing Mario Kart during a meeting.

Cipher Commander/Neo-Galactic Commander Brent Mammor

A Cipher operative working under Tokerev. A Commander in Cipher that was passed up for a promotion due to a mistake on the part of a subordinate (though it was blamed on Mammor). Contemptuous and self serving, Mammor only desire is to be promoted to Admin.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Ren for ruining his leg.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Is consumed by his desire to become an Admin.
  • The Cracker: Is a skilled hacker.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Mammor is next to useless in combat without his whip.
  • Humiliation Conga: Mammor receives one at the end of the Orre Arc. It starts with his bomb being a dud, and then it just gets worse for Mammor from there. With Sam Mean Looking the Shadow Natu; Karliah stealing his whip; Ren snagging four of Mammor's Shadow mons; Lady and Jack wiping the floor with Mammor's mons; Devilotte and her Army of Deltas preventing an Explosion AND preventing a clean escape; Hecate and Pierre evolving and severely burning Mammor's right hand with a combo; Mini!Optimus Prime knocking Mammor down a hole in the floor Mammor created himself; and final had a No Holds Barred Beat Down by Fem!Pent, Jack, and Lady.
  • Just Between You and Me: Mammor does this to Ren regarding how he ruined his leg.
  • Mind Rape: Gets subjected to this by his own fears and is left a shell of a man after making one last attempt on Ren.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Mammor would have gotten his promotion is he hadn't started to gloat about how his previous plans with Ren failed but succeeded this time, thus pressing Ren's Berserk Button and sending Ren into a Tranquil Fury state allowing him to escape.
  • Revenge Before Reason: His main flaw, pursuing revenge on those who have wronged or managed to best him somehow no matter what.
  • Somebody Set Up Us the Bomb:
    • Mammor does this with an Electrode to Pent, Sam, and Tesse via Teleport during the Resources raid.
    • Then he pulls it again on the same three during the R+D raid.
    • Attempted twice during the finale. The first time the the bomb turned out to be a dud. The second time Mammor ordered his Shadow Golem to use Explosion, but this was stopped due to the timely arrival of a Delta Psyduck with the Damp ability.
  • Whip It Good: Mammor has a glowing red energy whip as his personal weapon.

Anka Motyl

A young woman from the Pokeverse analogue of Poland who more or less joined for the paycheck and serves as their medic.

  • Animal Motifs: Hers happen to be butterflies, specifically Vivillon, of which she has every known variety.
  • The Bus Came Back: It's revealed during the Unova Neo-Flare raid that she ended up with them following Neo-Galactic's collapse.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Is really only with Neo-Galactic, and later Neo-Flare, for the paycheck and isn't personally evil.
  • The Medic: Has some medical training due to her father being a doctor.
  • Shrinking Violet: Is very shy normally.

    Zrone and Affiliates 

Zrone Dyspav

A paranoid Sinn madman bent on creating a new universe where mankind is no longer reliant on Pokémon.

  • Cyborg: Has cybernetics (His skeletal structure, respiratory, and circulatory systems) combined with an exoskeleton, including a powerful laser fired from his cybernetic left eye.
  • Evil Is Petty: Zrone doesn't take losses well, and has Tagg and others on his hit list for their part in disrupting his plans.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Has built robot guardians, robots with functioning Protean abilities, performed his own cyborg enhancement surgeries, invented an indestructible defense system, a staff that manipulates time-space, and a massive bipedal artillery robot that could sustain attacks from three full teams at once while giving as good as it got. Required, since he knows he's so awful at working with his own Pokémon, he has to make up for it.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Gets torn in half during the Boyleland Heatran's rampage, but survives due to being a cyborg and puts himself back together by the time of the Avalon battle, though it still leaves Tagg, Blitz, and Jacob wondering how he managed to survive that.
  • Lack of Empathy: His reaction when Tagg cites his crimes of unethical experimentation, attempted murder, and tendency to backstab as reasons he and the others refuse to form a partnership with him to fight Glitches during Re: Glitch is to simply remark that he sees all lives as expendable, including his own.
  • The Paranoiac: Zrone is an extremely paranoid person who trusts next to no one.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite being a pretty awful person most of the time, he just lets PEFE!Every go when he comes to collect her even though he sees right through Ever's bluff (And considers killing them just to piss Tagg off) and even states he'll just tell Team Iron that she left before he saw them.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: When trying to form an alliance with the J-Team he argues that he'll continue his experiments but leave them alone because fighting them hasn't turned out well for him.
  • Smug Snake: The only thing bigger than Zrone's paranoia is perhaps his sense of arrogance, especially when he thinks he's won.
  • Super Mode: Had several Key Stones for Mega Evolving several mons at once.
  • Visionary Villain: Dreams of an independent humanity without Pokémon.
  • We Will Meet Again: Says this verbatim almost every time he manages to escape.
  • Time Master: When using his special staff, which turns out to be an artificial Arceus egg. During the Boyleland battle he uses it to rewind the damage his mons took, as well as suspend Aya and Gogie in time.
  • Unwilling Roboticization: Has a habit of adding cybernetics to Pokémon against their will, often without anesthesia as he simply can't be bothered to care.


A ruthless Obscuric assassin contracted by Zrone in order to murder Tagg, Jacob, Crow, and Verax for their part in ruining his plans. Also happens to be Echo's older brother.

    The X-Nauts 

General Tropes

Sir Grodus

Leader of the X-Nauts, a Metagross bent on world domination using the power of the Crystal Stars.

Lord Crump

Sir Grodus' second in command, an Alakazam.

  • Death by Adaptation: He dies during the raid of the X-Naut base on the Moon.
  • The Dragon: Grodus' second in command.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Accidentally rips a hole into the hull of the Moon base using the Magnus von Grapple 2.0's Dreamstalk-powered laser beam while trying to kill Lancelot, leading to his spacing.



General Tropes

  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: Neo-Flare runs decidedly fascist.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: A number of the high ranking officials either come from noble families or have noble heritage themselves.
  • Badass Longcoat: The Admins all wear long black longcoats and are incredibly skilled trainers.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Apart from Constantin's own racism, the rank and file Grunts tend to fall in with his fascist ideology, with Brie (Pokéverse Hispanic) and Shun (Pokéverse Black/Japanese) being called racial epithets during the Neo-Flare raid.
  • The Remnant: Is made up of and led by former Team Flare personnel.
  • Stupid Jetpack Hitler: Thanks to Lex, they perfected new forms of technology using Infinity Energy such as an Infinity Ring that creates artificial Aurics, or the Infinity Ball that induces a false Mega state that puts the Pokémon in question in excruciating pain.

Illusion Member/Neo-Flare Boss Constantin Perilloux

A former member of Team Flare under Mathilde with a crush on Sol and a burning hatred of Tagg. He also happens to be Odin's cousin. According to Word of God, Constantin's habits in combat are based on that of the Hindu goddess Kali, though he is not even close to a good force like she is.

  • Abusive Parents: Mentions that his father treated him badly due to his powers, and his mother was neglectful (implied to be due to forced lobotomy.)
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Zizagged. Has a crush on Sol, but she only sees him as a friend. The "friend" part evaporates once she figures out Constantin's true nature. Though it's revealed later by Lars that she possibly had feelings for him as well caused by nearly a year of separation from Tagg.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He has something off with him, showing signs of intense paranoia and potential hallucinations, though what it is goes undiagnosed.
  • Arch-Enemy: Due to his sustained antagonism of Tagg and fascist views, there is a great mutual enmity between them.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: From a formerly aristocratic family, grew up in an aristocratic environment, and nasty as hell.
  • Axe-Crazy: He's murderously insane beneath his mask.
  • Bastard Bastard: Shaka confesses to Tagg that Constantin was the result of an affair his mother had with another man, and he's a massive asshole.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Can be quite polite and nice-seeming, but if his veneer gets chipped off his true nasty personality comes forth.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His preferred constructs consist of these types of weapons or ones with Wolverine Claws, being Bagh Nakhas, Katars and Pata blades in particular.
  • Bloody Murder: Can manipulate his own exposed blood using telekinesis.
  • Born Unlucky: Nothing ever goes in his favor, even when it seems to. Maybe being born on January 13th, 1989 has something to do with it.
  • Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to Odin's Brain, though Constantin is hardly unintelligent.
  • Chick Magnet: Is actually pretty smooth with the ladies.
  • Dance Battler: Constantin's fighting style is based in the gliding, fluid and graceful movements of dance, incorporating the martial arts Capoeira, Silat, and Kalaripayitt. It is indicated by Volpe that this was most likely due to his interest in dance at a young age as he had once aspired to be a professional dancer.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Revealed during the third major fight. Word of God states that part of the reason Constantin hates Tagg so much apart from his obsession with Sol is that he can't process his attraction to him.
  • Desperately Craves Affection: Due to being neglected and abused as a child, he desperately craves the love and affection of others in an incredibly unhealthy manner.
  • Dirty Coward: His antagonism of Tagg doesn't go so well when Umbra and Vierr happen to be around, so he withdraws, though not without warning him that now that he's involved the rest of the J-Team in their fight, he'll come after them as well.
  • Eye Scream: In his third fight involving Tagg, Sol manages to crush his left eye with one of her Obscura tentacles in a surprise attack.
  • Expy: In line with the rest of the Neo-Flare Admins. While appearance wise he was based on France, personality and motive wise he's based heavily on a combination of Dio Brando, Diavolo and Funny Valentine.
  • French Jerk: Kalosian and a real asshole.
  • Friend to All Children: Oddly enough, he is very kind to children, and hates it when they witness violence or other such nastiness in his presence.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Were it not for Constantin joining the Illusion Project to antagonize Tagg and gaining an easy way to attract followers, while still dangerous due to his Flare ties and psychic powers, Constantin would've just been a random racist asshole living in Shalour. But since that did happen, Constantin got the resources he needed to create his new villain group once Illusion disbanded.
  • Good Hair, Evil Hair: Many passing comments have been made about his Evil Twin esque Van Dyke styled facial hair.
  • Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: Definitely on the evil side, he loves his cigarettes.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: His envy and jealousy of Tagg for being Sol's boyfriend is the main reason for his seething hatred. Especially when coupled with his racism.
  • Hero Killer: Managed to kill both Tagg and Sol in Salvador's native timeline.
  • Impoverished Patrician: Was rich until his parents squandered the family fortune, and he spent the rest on Team Flare membership.
  • In Love with the Mark: Was originally Sol's guide in Kalos because Team Flare wanted info on the J-Team in case they came to blows, but ended up falling in love with her.
  • Internalized Categorism: Despite the fact that he is quite racist, he himself is half Romani from his father's side. He's aware of this and hates himself for it, but feels that it traps him to be nothing more than a thief.
  • Karma Houdini: In the Lillifuture he basically gets away with murdering Sol and Tagg, raping Lucille, makes a family, and lives comfortably up until he finally dies of his Gates-induced injuries decades later.
  • Lean and Mean: Is about 6'3", thin, and very mean.
  • Love Hungry: Before it was revealed how much of an ass he was, he attempted to deceive and manipulate Solana into loving him over Tagg. Even going as far as attempted sabotage of their relationship and outright attempted murder.
  • Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe:
    • Both Snowman and Remy's grandmother infer that Constantin could possibly be the result of an affair his mother had with another man since the Perilloux's disliked Aurics.
    • Confirmed to be the case during a conversation with Shaka. As his "father" was sterile.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: Dresses in a sophisticated manner, but it only seems to highlight his slimy nature. Though it seems like sometimes it looks like he just came out of the Kalosian Enlightenment Age with that justaucorps he always wears. This, however, was merely just an act to make himself look foolish and thus, not to be concerned with. Once he starts Neo-Flare he ditches it for a more modern red longcoat and black pants combo.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Is quite skilled at playing people's emotions against them and twisting words to suit his ends.
  • Meaningful Appearance: One of his more notable features is a pair of coffee-brown eyes. It's a clue to his true heritage.
  • Mind Rape: Manages to do this to Tagg, though he manages to recover the day after thanks to the help of Ever and PEFE!Every.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Romani on his biological father's side, Galarian on his mother's.
  • Morality Pet:
    • Despite mostly being a horrible person, he does truly care about Sol, who he refers to as mon piaf.
    • This gets thrown out of the window come the first Neo-Flare base raid. Now he wants her head too, literally.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: His mons are mostly aware that he's not right in the head, but the Vow keeps them by his side.
  • Noble Male, Roguish Male: Appears to be the Noble to Tagg's Roguish on the surface, but under actual inspection it's inverted since he's far more of a savage person beneath his mask.
  • Overly Long Name: His full name is Constantin Minucius Rufus Perilloux.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • Despite being racist and kind of a bully he's friendly towards children.
    • He also seems to genuinely care about his Pokémon. Specifically Shaka and Kahina.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: As a former Flare member, he still shares their philosophy on what should be done with "deadwood" and is quite racist, having referred to Tagg as a "filthy negré" on two separate occasions.
  • Power at a Price: Can use the Gates, but his overuse of them over the years combined with Rosa's experiments has shortened his lifespan by decades and ruined his health. According to both Salvador and Word of God, he has roughly 11 years left before dying. He's only about 26 in 2015. This changes once he gets Lex's technology and starts getting healthier.
  • Power Limiter: Wears two silver cuffs around his wrists that limit his psychic abilities.
  • Psychic-Assisted Suicide: His use of his psychic powers were instrumental in his murder of his parents.
  • Psychic Powers: Happens to be a fairly powerful psychic.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Not him, but most of his mons aren't really evil though they are bound by the Vow to obey him. Particularly Shaka, who ends up helping Tagg a bit when he's off the clock despite sharing a lot of Constantin's worse qualities.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Shaka implies to Muddy that Constantin raped Lucille shortly after the J-Team defeated Illusion, which ended up playing a major role in her double murder of Leonard and their father.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni:
    • The Red Oni to Tagg's Blue.
    • As well as the Red Oni to Odin's Blue.
    • And the Red to his son Salvador's Blue.
  • Retired Monster: In the Lillifuture he doesn't really regret his actions past what they cost him personally, but apart from the occasional torture/murder of people has given up on villainy.
  • Scars Are Forever: He gains a long, jagged scar from the right corner of his mouth down to his collarbone after his first fight with Tagg.
  • Self-Made Orphan: Shaka reveals to Tagg that Constantin ended up killing his parents at 15 for their abuse.
  • Start of Darkness: His Alakazam Brutus dying had a major effect on his psyche.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Upon learning his backstory Tagg feels a little pity for him despite all the trouble Constantin has caused him, though he still tries to stop him at every opportunity.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: Certainly doesn't suffer from a shortage of sarcastic opinions (even if he's blond rather than dark haired).
  • Too Kinky to Torture: As evident by the attempted interrogation of Constantin, it seems that torture pleases him more than pains him (not to mention he seems to be quite fond of the anthologies of the Marquis de Sade and Leopold Sacher-Masoch.)
  • Torture Technician: His original job back when he was in the original Team Flare was being the torture using interrogator.
  • The Unfettered: Save for harming children, Constantin has no issue using whatever means necessary to achieve his goals.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Was very sweet-natured as a child until the one-two punch of Brutus's death and his tenure under former School alumni Orlando Rosa.
  • Whip It Good: Can use his telekinesis to make a whip out of his blood.
  • Wicked Cultured: Certainly has a taste for the fine arts and happens to be a villain.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Is far more powerful when his limiters are off or are slacked, but it comes at the cost of his mental stability.
  • Worthy Opponent: Admits during his confrontation with Tagg and Sol that he's gained a grudging respect for them due to their being such massive thorns in his side, though it just makes him want to take their heads as trophies upon killing them.
  • Yandere:
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Every time things seem to be going his way, his gains get taken away with him. Though It can be hard to feel sorry for him.

Shaka the Gallade

One of Constantin's first mons, and one of his most loyal.

  • Above Good and Evil: Due to his Buddhist-esque Enlightenment, Shaka views himself as being completely detached from typical notions of morality.
  • Abusive Parents: His daughter Papper tells Cam and Tagg's other Galarian mons that he once slashed her eye out because in his eyes it would help her further along to enlightenment.
  • Affably Evil: Zigzags between this and Faux Affably Evil. While he has shown genuine appreciation and friendliness towards Muddy, his default state is mostly to portray an illusion of friendliness while committing cruelty as a way to get people to lower their guards and manipulate them. And even with Muddy who he genuinely likes, he makes him bleed on purpose just because the Swampert had the audacity to point out his hypocrisy on talking about his lack of attachment when he's the most attached to Constantin out of anyone.
  • Battle Butler: Takes on this role for Constantin, being a loyal servant and formidable fighter.
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Subverted. While he initially presents himself as such, in actually he has no real qualms in being Constantin's right-hand mon.
  • Big Bad Friend: Was this to Muddy prior to the Swampert wising up thanks to his Lillifture counterpart, playing the noble role while actually being fully onboard with Constantin.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: While he plays the honorable role, Shaka's future self reveals that's mainly a mask and he's really just about as screwed up as Constantin is, but without his vices.
  • Dance Battler: Mimicking his trainer, Shaka's battle style is also rooted in the sweeping motions of dance.
  • Enlightened Antagonist: Shaka reveals during a conversation with Muddy during the Galar Arc that he's achieved a form of enlightenment even higher than usual through the Gates, giving him meta-awareness and oneness with the multiverse, but is still attached enough to Constantin to follow him anyway, who Kahina identifies as his last true earthly tether. Similarly to Constantin's association and thematics with Hinduism, much of Shaka's philosophy is based in Buddhism.
  • Evil All Along: His allyship with Tagg (and by extension the J-team) is a front as his true loyalties lie to Constantin and Constantin alone.
  • Evil Counterpart: Much as Constantin mirrors Tagg, Shaka mirrors Muddy.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Was once good like Constantin was before turning evil.
  • Foil: To Muddy:
    • As the two mons have been with their trainers for roughly similar amounts of time, but their interpretations of the Vow differ. This also stretches to their fighting styles, as like the rest of Tagg's mons he tends to be a Barrier Warrior while Shaka's style is mostly offensive.
    • When it comes to parenting, Shaka wishes to try making his daugher Pepper be just like him, but Muddy purposely avoids telling Cam about being his father because he'd rather Cam be his own mon instead of trying to replicate his legacy.
  • Hero Killer: Killed Muddy in Salvador's native timeline with a Leaf Blade right through the throat during the Hoenn-2 Neo-Flare Raid, which his future self regrets to this day, if only because it rid him of a Worthy Opponent.
  • Honor Before Reason: Is honor bound to The Vow despite knowing the awful actions of his trainer, although this reasoning is itself a farce as he truly has no desire to leave Constantin's side. But it works when selling a sympathetic image.
  • Hypocrite: Muddy points out that despite his talk of being beyond attachment, he still feels attachment to Constantin.
  • Light Is Not Good: Despite being on the "Light" side of the Auric spectrum due to being a Psychic/Fighting type and having powers associated with the path of Enlightenment, his motives and alignments are very much antagonistic in nature.
  • Meaningful Name: While his namesake is the military leader and Zulu king Shaka kaSenzangakhona, "Shaka" is also the Japanese translation for The Buddha.
  • The Mole: Is this for Constantin, as his friendliness towards Tagg and the J-Team was mostly just a front for him to get information and access to J-Team information.
  • The Jeeves: He's very polite, quite devoted to his trainer, and much more level headed than him too.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: He loyally obeys Constantin's orders despite knowing how cruel and morally bankrupt he is. Though later this has evolved to be due to indifference rather that aghastness.
  • Not So Different: Not so much with Tagg and Muddy, but with his trainer. Despite Shaka being initially depicted as the Beleaguered Assistant to Constantin's ruthlessness and unsupportive of his actions, when his mask drops, he is just as fanatical and nasty as his trainer even though they manifest differently.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Despite being loyal to Constantin and willing to do his dirty work due to his interpretation of the Vow, and having hidden tendencies towards nastiness, Shaka really only acts on his trainer's orders and is willing to just observe otherwise. He even reveals to Muddy that he's been infiltrating PEFE HQ for quite some time but since Constantin hasn't ordered him to he's kept his observations to himself.
  • Retired Monster: Shaka's elder self in the Lillifuture might be willing to help Tagg train in mastery of the Gates, but he has no true regrets for the evil things he did under Constantin past killing Muddy.
  • Servile Snarker: Is quite sarcastic most of the time but fully loyal to Constantin.
  • Undying Loyalty: A Deconstructed version of this trope, as his loyalty towards Constantin leads him into the same darkness as his trainer.
  • The Unfettered: Similar to his trainer, he will not let anything get in the way of his goal for the True Enlightenment.
  • Verbal Tic: Has a tendency to repeat himself multiple times in conversation. This is inspired by absurdist literature.
  • Was It All a Lie?: When Muddy asks Shaka if he was lying about taking Constantin away to where he couldn't hurt anyone if he had the choice when he asked him about it six years ago when they talk again in 2020, Shaka says that he was telling the truth at the time, but he's changed his mind now.
  • Wise Old Folk Façade: Lillifuture Shaka shows shades of this. Willingly helping Tagg train for the mastery of the Gates, but showing no remorse for his past cruel actions.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considers Muddy this, and the feeling's mutual.

Kahina the Medicham

An elderly Medicham who is another one of Constantin's oldest and most loyal Pokemon.

  • Battle Butler: Acts as a sort towards Constantin, being a kind of nanny figure during his childhood and willing to defend him.
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Unlike Shaka, she's actually one, hating Constantin's terrible actions while still folowing him.
  • Being Evil Sucks: She gets to the point where outweighs her love and dedication to Constantin.
  • Broken Bird: From a life of being surrounded by the misery and trauma of losing loved ones in one form or another, she's become a resigned individual who teeters on Stopped Caring.
  • The Caretaker: Is often seen tending Constantin's wounds and nursing him back to health after draining battles.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Opposite to Shaka, she goes from supporting her trainer to trying to subvert him by allying herself to Tagg.
  • Honor Before Reason: Due to her interpretation of the Vow, she follows her trainer's orders to a fault. It's later subverted as she is starting to break away from this and wants to properly put an end to Constantin and Shaka's madness.
  • Love Is a Weakness: Acknowledges that her love and care for Constantin is partially why he's gotten away with atrocities with no resistance.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Is willing to carry out any of Constantin's wishes despite her misgivings.
  • Parental Substitute: Assumed the maternal role for Constantin during his childhood as his own mother was unable to care for him due to her Lobotomy.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Like Shaka, she's portrayed as none too happy about her situation but feels compelled to obey, but unlike him, this is the truth and not a front.
  • Survivor's Guilt: Her loyalty towards Constantin is rooted in this due to her trainer's (Constantin's mother Dolores) lobotomy and Brutus's death.
  • Undying Loyalty: Is completely loyal towards her trainer, despite him being destructive.

Neo-Flare Admin Maria von Boehm

A feisty, vain and beautiful PokéGerman weapons enthusiast who heads the Espionage & Interrogation department of Neo-Flare, as well as managing the Armory and recruit training. She is quite the flirt, and constantly peruses Constantin.

Neo-Flare Admin Lex (Full Name: Alexandre Felix Ambroise Rashid Cain)

The rather nervous and timid yet brilliant head of Research & Development for Neo-Flare after Odin's passing. Also happens to be Cleo de Nile and Leonard Cain's future kid.

  • Artificial Limbs: Cut off his own arm to replace it with a state of the art cybernetic limb that can be used for pretty much anything.
  • Angst? What Angst?: Despite being trapped in the past and working for a team with less than kosher morals, he seems to keep himself quite chipper. [invoked]
  • Antagonist Abilities: Possesses several of them, but mostly employs a stalling tactic when in combat.
  • Expy: Is a mix of Yarne and Peridot in personality.
  • Fan Boy: Goes on hours long gushes of Stefan Galaxy and Brigoo when hosting for Brie and Pianis.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Is an absolutely brilliant robotics inventor.
  • Genius Ditz: While there's no doubt he's a brilliant inventor, he's rather dopey when it comes to interacting with other people. He's also a Horrible Judge of Character who tends to make bad decisions without Salvador or his sister Lucrece there to guide him.
  • Just Following Orders: Most of his actions in Neo-Flare by this point are more of Constantin's commands than any actual real malice on Lex's part.
  • Kid from the Future: Cleo and Leonard's child from the same Bad Future Salvador and Lillianna come from.
  • Lovable Coward: He's not the bravest of individuals, but still pretty likable.
  • Nervous Wreck: Most of the time he's pretty nervous due to the less than moral people he's around.
  • Odd Name Out: One of the few Cains whose birth name doesn't start with the letter L. Subverted in that his nickname — and the name most people refer to him by — does start with L.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Cares more about the fact that he gets to invent than actually committing crimes or Constantin's ideology.
  • Reluctant Mad Scientist: Is more interested in inventing itself than actually assisting with Neo-Flares' mad plans.
  • Transgender: He was DFAB.

Neo-Flare Secretary Marcus C. Rothschild

Maria's suave and stoic Galarian Hypercompetent Sidekick. Incredibly formal and business minded, he manages Finance and Stocktake in Neo-Flare. He used to be a member of Neo-Illusion but got transferred because of a deal between Maria and Neo-Illusion admin Mathilde.

Neo-Flare Admin Liú

The recently hired Manager of the Armory and "Public Relations." A serene and calm [Shanghainese] man, he was already an established arms and drug dealer in the underground world before being hired by Neo-Flare.

  • Bile Fascination: The only reason he joined Neo Flare in the first place is because he was curious about Lex's inventions and Constantin's knowledge of the Gates. He otherwise has no true loyalty towards Neo Flare. invoked
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Lau.
  • Erudite Stoner: His chilled out attitude might be due to the fact that he's often — at the very least perceived to be — on some sort of drug.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Only opens them slightly on occasion. Usually not a good sign.
  • Only One Name: His first name is not known.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Has a smile that never falters.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: With Maria.
  • The Triads and the Tongs: Is a well established criminal leader in his own right before being hired by Flare, and the nature of his business indicates ties to [Chinese] crime mobs.
  • Troll: Often is obtuse and confusing for the sake of being obtuse and confusing. He especially gets a rise out of taunting Maria.

Cipher Admin/Illusion Member/Neo-Flare Admin Odin/Maxwell Rubeloff

The utterly amoral head of Cipher's R&D department who seems to have a grudge against Lina. He also happens to be Constantin's cousin.

Neo-Flare "Scientist" Finnegan Swift

An amoral former hitman and International Police associate who is a recent hire to Neo Flare. He specialises in dispatching people on the Auric spectrum and joined Neo-Flare so he could access their technology.


Rebirth Saga Villains

    Team Iron 

In General

  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • They view the Dekalb-Owens' as despicable for abusing their daughter.
    • Their opposition of the School is about as moral due to its child murder and abuse as it is pragmatic since it's a competitor organization.
  • Kill the Gods: Their ultimate goal is to kill the legendaries to, in their eyes, free humanity from the tyranny of the gods.
  • Mêlée à Trois: Are against both the J-Team and the School.
  • Start of Darkness: Both Cid and Orlandeau gained their views when the former's wife, the latter's sister, died during the Sootopolis incident of 2004.
  • Villain Team-Up: Are allied with Best Berry and the Mobius Society.

Director Cid/Cidolfus Demen Bunansa

An ex-Galactic and Cipher member and scientist extraordinaire. He is a quiet, bitter old man who cares little for matters outside his lab. Given a Commander position and his own lab so as to not come into inevitable conflict with other scientists due to his terrible interpersonal skills.

  • Black Box: The Feng Shui engine he created seems to enhance the Auric capabilities of the user... It might also have other side effects, especially on the user's psyche.
  • Evil Old Folks: He's an evil old Cipher scientist.
  • For Science!: He cares little for the suffering his research entails, just so long as his experiments are fruitful.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: His moral compass was sent askew a long time ago, and his gaunt, pale features put his reflective glasses in stark contrast.
  • Karma Houdini: Despite being the mastermind behind Regina's Shadowfication, and doing experiments on countless other victims, he escapes not only with all of his research intact, but also untraceable.
  • Kicked Upstairs: Has a Commander rank and his own lab mainly so that his abrasive nature doesn't lead to conflict with other scientists.
  • No Social Skills: Has problems getting along with others, hence his getting Kicked Upstairs.
  • Retired Badass: When he and Zrone have a battle, he reveals that he's actually a former Hoennese Hall of Famer, and fights him to a draw.
  • Villain Team-Up: Works with Zrone from time to time, though neither really trusts the other.


A Medicham who works with Cid who fights using a Feng Shui Machine.

Alonya Polnoch

Team Iron's subterfuge expert, specializing in getting past authorities as well as acquisition of special resources and information.

  • Designer Babies: As a former member of the Phantom Class, she was genetically engineered rather than born like most human beings.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down past her waist.
  • Soul Power: Is a Ghost Obscuric.
  • Uncatty Resemblance: Dresses a lot like a human Salazzle, making her match with her Salazzle, Sombra.

Leslie and Martin Dekalb-Owens

Former Pokefutures personnel, and the parents of PEFE!Every.

  • Abusive Parents: See nothing wrong with, in order: Letting their daughter wander a dangerous facility alone, abandoning her in said facility before she was a teenager, blackmailing their daughter into working with them upon determining her identity, separating her from her Pokémon, holding her hostage, and manipulating her emotions to make her more cooperative.
  • Blessed with Suck: Being turned into a Mew is normally a pretty cool thing, but not so much when your own legendary-killing creation has decided to turn on you.
  • Boomerang Bigot: Leslie thinks the vast majority of mons are inferior to humans despite knowing she's part mon herself, albeit distantly.
  • Creepy Monotone: They don't emote much and stick to short yet verbose sentences while speaking, making them very creepy individuals.
  • More Deadly Than the Male: Leslie tends to be the more active of the pair in villainy, and unlike Martin she very quickly figures out her new Mew body and attempts to kill Ever personally before her own death.
  • The Dividual: They're one unit, always. This is a deliberate choice on their part.
  • Dumb Muscle: Since they view Pokémon as nonsapient, and mainly breed their mons for obedience, they're only good for smashing things.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Ever getting Unigma to kill Martin enrages Leslie.
  • Fantastic Racism: They view Pokémon as largely nonsapient animals for the most part, with any evidence to the contrary being undue anthropomorphism on the part of humans from their view.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: Martin getting hit by the Enigma Blade is implied to be so gory that the author doesn't bother with depicting it onscreen.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Killed by their own creation and an invention of the daughter they abused.
  • In the Blood:
    • PEFE!Every's more amoral tendencies appear to have been picked up from them, though unlike Leslie and Martin she does have some sense of right and wrong.
    • Her parents also appear to be the reason why she tends to monologue.
  • Karmic Death: First, Mew Prime turns them into Mew, and by extension gives them the ability to understand Monese, and then Ever attracts Unigma towards them and throws Martin at him, who is quickly dispatched with a single Enigma Slice. Then, when Leslie attempts to murder Ever, Unigma attacks her, and she Teleports out of the way... only for PEFE!Every's teleport blocker, which is still active, to disassemble her into her constituent subatomic particles.
  • Lack of Empathy: They offer no apologies for their actions, no support for the suffering they cause, and view everything besides themselves as an experiment to be tested.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: It's revealed that they're PEFE!Every's long lost parents.
  • Not So Stoic: When Martin dies, Leslie gets visibly enraged and tries to kill Ever for turning PEFE!Every against her, killing her husband, destroying Unigma, and shattering her worldview.
  • Offing the Offspring: Once PEFE!Every has helped them perfect Project Fenrir, and she insults them to their faces for adding the power core, they decide she's outlived her usefulness and have their mons try to kill her.
  • Parental Abandonment: Left PEFE!Every to wander the lower levels of the Pokefutures facility because they were too busy to retrieve her, and then abandoned her for good during the takeover of the facility by the PEFE.
  • Parental Neglect: They basically just left PEFE!Every to her own devices as they worked, leading to her own poor social skills.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite their general lack of redeeming features, at the very least they accept their daughter's gender identity without complaint, even mentioning that they've done similar if not as extensive modifications to themselves.
  • Playing with Syringes: They spent their time at Pokefutures doing all manner of unethical experimentation, and over the more than nine years between its fall and the Entralink Arc they continued doing so for various evil organizations before joining Team Iron.
  • Slasher Smile: Leslie indulges in these when Martin isn't around, most notably when she gives off a wicked grin to Lilac's yacht when it shows up before directly referencing her fae heritage.
  • Start of Darkness: Downplayed in that Leslie was always at least a little amoral, but she truly got locked into villainy upon learning about her heritage from testing Lilac/Tapu Lele's scales and swearing she'd rise above "some beast".
  • Uneven Hybrid: Leslie is part fae, and it's the one thing she's never told Martin about. And not just any fairy, she's descended from Tapu Lele, making her Semi-Divine.
  • Unholy Matrimony: They're married and villains, and almost all of their mons are mated to one another as well.

Project Fenrir, aka Unigma

An experimental Pokémon made by the Dekalb-Owens with the help of their daughter.

  • Alas, Poor Villain: PEFE!Every is saddened by her creation's death and comforts him as he dies.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Doc and Tagg's Victini, alongside Otherverse Every's mons, fell him by attacking the power core installed by Leslie and Martin.
  • Barrier Change Boss: His unique Ability, Hyper Scale, allows him to change to the best type needed to resist a given attack, while also allowing him to use a move of any type needed to kill its opponent.
  • Deadly Upgrade: Martin and Leslie, against PEFE!Every's advice, outfit him with a power core that amplifies his abilities astronomically. However, it also proves unstable, and ends up causing him to die within an hour in-universe.
  • Kill the God: His purpose is to kill legendaries, he proves to nearly be a match for Tagg's Victini, and actually kills Martin once he's transformed into a Mew with a single attack. However, both Tagg and Echo note that despite being truly dangerous, he lacks the metaphysics breaking abilities of Glitches and therefore would likely not do as well against the higher legendaries.
  • Playing with Fire: Can use Heat Wave.
  • Power Nullifier: Hyper Scale resists Doc's Entrainment, and presumably other Ability-changing moves as well.
  • Punny Name: Unigma, aka "universe"+"enigma". Deliberately invoked, as PEFE!Every wanted to give him a name appropriate to a Pokémon.
  • Shock and Awe: Can use Thunder.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Only has a few hours to live as a result of Leslie and Martin's modifications, and dies soon after his power core is destroyed. His entire life spans the course of less than an hour in-universe.

    The School 

In General

  • Child Soldiers: They have their psychic children do missions alone, but they're formidable enough that it doesn't matter, though they have teleporters and paramilitary forces on standby.
  • The Conspiracy: Are deeply locked in both international business and government, to the point that Deziree asks Tagg not to tell the rest of the J-Team about them until they play their hand publicly, lest they come down on the group like a hammer.
  • Designer Babies: Have such a command of genetics that they can create babies from virtual scratch using genetic templates as a basis.
  • Evilutionary Biologist: The School has as its goal creating the ultimate psychic using their repository of genetic templates.
  • Grave Robbing: While not stated onscreen, they had to get those genetic templates straight from the source somehow.
  • Mêlée à Trois: Oppose both the J-Team and Team Iron.
  • Psychic Powers: They specialize in psychic Aurics, using templates from ancient Ilusio in particular, having found the other types lacking for various reasons.
  • Soul Power: The Phantom Class specialized in Obscurics rather than the Psychic commonly used by the School, but was liquidated long before the RP's events, with Mason and Alonya being among the few known survivors.
  • Theme Naming: Most of the children are codenamed after elements of the periodic table. Ludmilla's was Wolfram, aka Tungsten, for instance.
  • Training from Hell: Ludmilla had been left alone in a cold abandoned seed vault in northern Sinnoh as part of her training when Dune finds her during Re: Glitch.
  • Would Hurt a Child: To them the children they create are a business investment to be used as they see fit, so they have no issue abusing or even killing them on occasion for failing a mission.

The Principal

The current head of the School.

  • Legacy Character: Going by how old the School is, she probably isn't the first to take up the mantle.

    Best Berry 

In General

  • Expy: Of the Dole fruit company, down to their business policies in Tropical regions.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Considered as the lesser of two evils when compared with Pokefutures by the Hunter's Guild.
  • Mega-Corp: A powerful corporation that does unethical things and is affiliated with villainous organizations.
  • Out of Focus: Compared to Iron and Mobius they don't do as much.
  • Villain Team-Up: Are allied with Team Iron and the Mobius Society.

Sam Laughlin

The current CEO of Best Berry.

Oran OS

An AI in the service of Best Berry, it spies on Alolans through the Fruit Friend app.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: An evil AI who serves the Best Berry corporation and spies on people for them.
  • Brain Uploading: The Entralink Arc reveals he was actually formed from Odin uploading his brain shortly before his death, but lacks his template's psychoses and sealed them away inside a flash drive.
  • Big Brother Is Watching You: Uses the Fruit Friend app to spy on people.
  • Villainous Friendship: He and Alonya get along decently well, in fact he's actually into her romantically.

Henry Kwan, Jr.

A leading Best Berry copyright lawyer in charge of reacquiring proprietary assets.

  • Amoral Attorney: An evil copyright lawyer of a Mega-Corp hell bent on taking back what he believes to be company property.
  • Beauty Is Bad: He's astonishingly handsome for an attorney and has the charm to boot.
  • Bringing in the Expert: He prefers to pay his way through anything outside his realm of expertise. His Pokémon roster was almost entirely acquired through bounty hunters, who he also relies on to re-acquire escaped or seized "company assets."
  • Conspicuous Consumption: He surrounds himself with status symbols that show off how rich he is.
  • Rules Lawyer: He uses vague and literal interpretations of laws to legally justify his amoral endeavors.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: A rich asshole who thinks that tossing enough money at something is enough to make unethical things legal.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Always wears bespoke clothes and is remarkably fashionable.

    The Mobius Society 

An organization who wishes to fuse all worlds into a single universe.

  • Anti-Villain: Are less actively malicious as a whole, despite their alliances with Iron and Best Berry, and more completely convinced of their own rightness and the evilness of the J-Team.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Have mastered technology that allows them to travel the multiverse using either ships or personal devices. A lot of the J-Team's issues with fighting them initially comes from the fact that they can just leave the OU at any time and render themselves inaccessible to any attempts to raid them right until Fortis and Tagg befriend Astral the Lunala and Helianth the Solgaleo respectively, which combined with the data Tagg acquires from the Ultra Jungle Mobius base and his alliance with Sol and Ton allows them to actually strike back.
  • N.G.O. Superpower: Due to having the whole multiverse as their playground, Mobius has a truly ridiculous amount of resources at their disposal.

Ivo "Dr. Multiman" Univyse

The leader of the Mobius Society.

  • Arc Villain: As the head of Mobius, he's the primary villain of the Entralink Arc up until Izaya usurps him.
  • Captain Ersatz: He looks exactly like Dr. Eggman but with a blue color palette and hair to match.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After Izaya usurps him, Kolemm is revealed to actually be his son Corey, and he finally realizes his bad choices, Multiman allies with the J-Team in order to defeat Izaya and fix the rifts.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Hates being called "Multiman".
  • Fatal Flaw: His impulsiveness and lack of guile, which leads him to stubbornly stick to a path even if it's ultimately self-destructive and trust untrustworthy people like Izaya and Dr. Robinson.
  • Implicit Prison: After he manages to fix the rifts, at the behest of the Alliance he enters house arrest at PEFE HQ and is forbidden from leaving his home universe on pain of actual imprisonment offworld.
  • Start of Darkness: The idea of fusing all universes entered his head after he lost his son Corey to a dimensional rift.

Izaya Orihara

One of Mobius' leaders, who fuels Multiman's grudge for his own purposes.

  • Captain Ersatz: Is based on Izaya from Durarara.
  • Fashion-Victim Villain: In-universe his parka is considered universally terrible by the J-Teamers who see it.
  • Foe Romance Subtext: There is an unstated mutual physical attraction between himself and Ever despite their hatred of one another.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Fuels Multiman's grudge against the J-Team for his own purposes, and is insufferably smug to just about everyone.
  • The Starscream: Usurps Mobius from Multiman following the destruction of Mobius' major bases and keeps those not loyal to him from leaving via threats of death.
  • Super Mode: Has a Key Stone sewn into his parka, which he uses to forcibly Mega Evolve Merlin during his battle with the J-Team inside Mobius' Mobile Base.

Dr. Valentina Robinson

One of Mobius' top scientists, and Echo's replacement after she betrayed the group to form the original Illusion Project, commanding a Mobius Base in the Ultra Plant.

  • Faux Affably Evil: Keeps a pleasant facade despite being a fairly terrible person.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Wears glasses and happens to be unrepentant former Cipher personnel.
  • Playing with Syringes: Is behind Mobius' monsters from throughout the multiverse "translated" into Pokémon, and originally created Carna the mutated Shadow Salazzle back when she was part of Cipher.

The Demon Tide

A massive Shadow Heartless swarm translated into a swarm of Sableye constantly generated by an orb of Obscura.

  • Climax Boss: After Cheri La and Merlin are defeated, it serves as the final boss in the way of the J-Team and their allies, and the Mobius base known as the Final Shell.
  • Dark Is Evil: Dark-type like all normal Sableye, and a malicious Hive Mind on top of being originally a Heartless, which are creatures of darkness.
  • No Kill Like Overkill: The Wanderer defeats it by first smashing the entire mass down with gravity, then shooting the Obscura core with a cosmic ray, and then unleashing the Gate of Heaven on it to take it away permanently.
  • The Swarm: A massive horde of translated Heartless constantly generated by the Obscura core.
  • Voice of the Legion: The Sableye all talk at once and in unison.
  • Wild Card: Proves to be just as dangerous to Mobius as it is to the J-Team, as they devour any of the Mobius forces that fail to get out of the way in time.

    Interpol Authority and IDPD 

The Interpol Authority is the ruling regime of many segments of the alternate future known as the Lillifuture. The division that most original timeline J-Teamers come into conflict with is the Interdimensional Police Department (IDPD), who made it their mandate to "purify the timelines" and capture criminals who escaped through the time stream. The IDPD communicate through [Finnish].

  • Captain Ersatz: The IDPD is a reference to the organization of the same name from Nuclear Throne.
  • No Respect Guy: The IDPD doesn't receive a lot of respect from the rest of the Authority and is often treated with condescension or disdain as a waste of resources.
  • Police State: A quite literal one, in fact. The Authority nominally exists as a peacekeeping force in charge of preventing anarchy in regions it controls. In truth, it's a repressive military dictatorship. It emerged from Interpol.
  • Time Police: The IDPD act as this. Their job is to maintain the stability of both their timeline and the multiverse, a pompous mandate that also involves arresting random time travelers.

Dave Riley

A time traveling emotionally stunted cyborg affiliated with the IDPD.

Jonathan the Rotom

A rotomdex who used to be a journalist. Dave's primary partner and one of two voices of reason, though not without his own crazy streak.

    Hunter's Guild 

The Hunter's Guild is an international criminal organization dedicated to sorting and protecting Poachers from legal punishment and ensuring they find work. The Guild makes use of secure plants and subterfuge to ensure that they are appraised of legal action so they may direct the attention of the authorities away from them. No grand plans beyond making sure that Hunters always have work. The Guild itself has a Hierarchy, with the most powerful Hunters having formed a triarch just known coloquially as "The Big 3".

  • Even Evil Has Standards: The Hunters in the guild look down upon entities like Pokefutures who they view as butchers and madmen, while the Guild themselves are merely a surgical scalpel for finding rare mons for collectors.
  • Fantastic Rank System: The Hunters are rated on a top down scale, the lowest hunters are in Rungs 200-300, while the Top Hunters are in Rungs 10, with the most powerful ones, Sphinx (Rung 3), Delta (Rung 2), and Hunter J (Rung 1) being the top 3.
  • Nebulous Evil Organisation: A NGO that has remained hidden and only desires to find work for its employees.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: An encouraged trait among the Guild, Hunters who can't be pragmatic and professional don't advance through the ranks.
  • Taken for Granite: The standard weapon of every Guild Member is the Petrifier, a raygun device made by Hunter J and her team, it fires a beam that freezes a living target in a invincible bronze like material for 3 hours, unless said target is stuck in a trophy case or struck with hidden power which breaks the hold.
  • The Omniscient Council of Vagueness: The Council of 5 who organize and run the Guild, the current members are called Castle, Vault, Lock, Storm, and Club.


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