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The Andy X Challenge is an animation series by The Andy X Challenge, also known as Tellyzx. The series is a cross over between Total Drama Island and Pokémon."

As of now, the show currently has a reboot series titled The Andy X Challenge: Enter The Zone.


Tropes:

  • Action Girl: Drifblim and Tropius.
  • Anchored Ship: Chandel didn't want to hook up with Drapion for a while, because she thought he was like the other models from previous Seasons. Subverted when they eventually hooked up in Episode 5.
  • Anti-Hero: Electivire.
  • Art Evolution: The Human Sprites have been improved by the 4th season of the show.
  • Ax-Crazy: Vibrava (Season 4) and Sylveon (Seasons 2-3).
  • Back Story: A lot of characters got backstories.
  • Battle Aura: During the Season 3 finale, Rapidash and Manectric acquired these of their respective types during the last stretch of the battle. Same could be said for the Season 4 finale with Chandel and Drapion after they both received their Final Smash at the same time.
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  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Delcatty x Starmie.
  • Big Bad:
    • Electabuzz/Electivire in Season 1.
    • Ninjask in Season 2.
    • Noivern in Season 3.
    • Vanillite/Vanillish in Season 4.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Occurs numerous times in the series. At the beginning of Season 3, Episode 5, Rampardos mentions that one of the rooms he was in, looked like it was made in Paint.
  • Butt-Monkey: Rampardos, as well as Venusaur, Drifblim, and Arcanine's various remarks towards each other.
  • Camp Gay: Metagross.
  • Cannot Spit It Out:
    • Chandy Chandelure in Season 4. After kissing Metagross in Episode 5, Phantump and Poochyena used this to blackmail Chandy into doing whatever they said, even though this could have easily been resolved.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: Seasons 3 and 4.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Delcatty and Flareon.
  • Chunky Updraft: Manectric in Season 3.
  • Continuity Cameo:
    • Kyogre and any other Pokémon Legends character that has appeared as a cameo.
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    • Manaphy from Pokémon Legends is a co-host in place of Haxorus for Season 3.
    • Heatran from Pokémon Legends appears in Season 4, Episode 13.
    • Multiple Aftermath shows have examples of this.
    • Susan.Mageall and Dark Angel appear in Season 2.
  • Continuity Nod: Season 4 has them returning to Stick Figure Island (the island from Season 1).
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Beautifly (Seasons 1-3) and Glaceon (Season 4).
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Noivern.
  • Daydream Surprise: At the beginning of "The Mega Mecha Challenge", Nidoking has a daydream where he made out with Tropius, but it cuts to him kissing a Pillow. (XD)
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Tropius
  • Face–Heel Turn: Magneton goes from a decent person to a Strategist throughout the course of Season 3.
  • Fanservice:
    • 'Hang 10 Final 10' has the Final 10 in Swimsuits for the challenge.
    • Electivire, Drapion, Flareon and a few other male contestants have revealing clothing while in their human sprites.
  • Filler:
    • Can You Handle The Challenge? pt.1
    • Just Stay Awake
    • The 45 Million Dollar Merge
    • Welcome To Anime City
    • Psyren-ara Cast Mates
    • Dragon Ball AXC
    • Merged In Mystery
    • Samurai's & Immunity FTW
    • Getting Your Kicks on Route 66 pt.1
    • The 100 Million Dollar Awake-a-Thon
    • Pretty much any Aftermath/After Show Andy X Challenge does.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Tropius. She goes from a Jerkass in Season 1 to a somewhat Hero, starting at Season 2, Episode 12, courtesy of Beautifly.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl:
    • Electivire and Espeon.
      • Electivire is 3 feet taller than Espeon in the games.
  • Jerkass:
    • Tropius (before she developed)
    • Pancham
    • Rapidash
    • Phantump
    • Mightyena
    • Ninjask
    • Electivire (before becoming an Anti-Hero)
    • Vanillish
    • Jenna (One of Espeon's personalities)
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Tropius.
  • Kick the Dog: Anything that Mightyena does in Season 4.
  • Lightning/Fire Juxtaposition: Rapidash and Manectric.
    • Rapidash had an alliance like Manectric, but she betrayed all of her alliancemates.
    • Manectric, on the other hand, was more noble and trustworthy with his alliance (except Espeon, but he felt guilty for it).
  • Love Freak: Delcatty
  • Manipulative Bitch: Rapidash
  • Mr. Fanservice: Any of the male models (Electivire, Noivern, Drapion), Flareon, Manectric, Volcarona, Jolteon and many other male characters, especially when they're in their human sprites. TAXC himself has stated that this was intentional in order to mock anime/manga who've utilized fan service for the opposite sex blatantly.
  • Official Couple:
    • Electivire and Espeon
    • Nidoking and Tropius
    • Camerupt and Shiny Milotic
    • Infernape and Haxorus
    • Milotic and Noivern
    • Vivillon and Volcarona
    • Ninjask and Beautifly
    • Drapion and Chandel
  • Spoiler Opening: In all of the openings from Seasons 1 to 4.
  • Super Mode: At the beginning of "'Psyren'-ara Cast Mates", Nidoking dresses up in a Superhero outfit.
  • The Cameo: Kyogre appears in the first episode of Season 1.
  • The Rival:
    • Tropius and Milotic
    • Electivire and Nidoking
    • Camerupt and Starmie (stopped in Season 2, Episode 9)
    • Drifblim and Arcanine
    • Camerupt and Pancham (briefly during Season 3)
    • Starmie and Krookodile
  • The Sweat Drop: In most openings, it is used to express dismay.
  • Totally Radical: Jolteon, Flareon (being a surfer), and Volcarona
  • Villain Team-Up: Mightyena and Phantump in Season 4.


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