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Professor Elm

Professor Elm
ウツギ博士 Dr. Utsugi
HeartGold SoulSilver Professor Elm.png
Art from HeartGold and SoulSilver
Gender Male
Hometown New Bark Town
Region Johto
Relatives Unnamed wife and child (games)
Trainer class Pokémon Professor
Generation II, IV
Games Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, SoulSilver
Anime debut Don't Touch That 'dile!
English voice actor Paul Frank
Japanese voice actor Kazuhiko Inoue

Professor Elm (Japanese: ウツギ博士 Dr. Utsugi) is the resident Pokémon Professor of New Bark Town in the Johto region. Saying so himself, Professor Elm studies unusual Pokémon Abilities. He also specializes in Pokémon breeding, and is credited with the discovery of Pokémon Eggs. According to Professor Oak, in HeartGold and SoulSilver, Professor Elm "is the best when it comes to the research of Pokémon evolution."

Elm gives one of the three starter Pokémon of Johto—Chikorita, Cyndaquil, and Totodile—to Ethan, KrisC, or LyraHGSS so that he or she will have an easier time getting to Mr. Pokémon's house.

In the games

Elm's art from Gold, Silver, and Crystal.

Professor Elm works at his Laboratory in New Bark Town with his aide. He lives in a small house near his laboratory with his wife and son, who wants to grow up to be a Pokémon Professor like his dad. Elm is known for being a little scatter-brained and disorganized when he gets wrapped up with his research. He holds Professor Oak in high regards. At the start of Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver he gives the player his or her first starter Pokémon.

After successfully hatching the Egg containing Togepi, he gives the player an Everstone.

After obtaining all eight Johto Badges, Elm gives the player a Master Ball; after defeating the Elite Four, he gives the player a ticket to the S.S. Aqua.

Pokémon

In Generation II

In Gold, Silver, and Crystal, Professor Elm will give out one of these Pokémon to Trainers.

Spr 2c 152.gif
Type:
Grass Unknown
Held item:
Berry
Chikorita/ Lv.5
Tackle
Normal
Growl
Normal
  --  
   
  --  
   
Spr 2c 155.gif
Type:
Fire Unknown
Held item:
Berry
Cyndaquil/ Lv.5
Tackle
Normal
Leer
Normal
  --  
   
  --  
   
Spr 2c 158.gif
Type:
Water Unknown
Held item:
Berry
Totodile/ Lv.5
Scratch
Normal
Leer
Normal
  --  
   
  --  
   

In Generation IV

As in Gold, Silver and Crystal, Elm will give out one of these Pokémon in HeartGold and SoulSilver.

Spr 4h 152.png
Type:
Grass Unknown
Ability:
Overgrow
Held item:
None
Chikorita/ Lv.5
Tackle
Normal Physical
Growl
Normal Status
  --  
   
  --  
   
Spr 4h 155.png
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
None
Cyndaquil/ Lv.5
Tackle
Normal Physical
Leer
Normal Status
  --  
   
  --  
   
Spr 4h 158.png
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Torrent
Held item:
None
Totodile/ Lv.5
Scratch
Normal Physical
Leer
Normal Status
  --  
   
  --  
   

Quotes

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Gold, Silver and Crystal

New Bark Town
"<player>! There you are! I needed to ask you a favor. I have an acquaintance called Mr. Pokémon. He keeps finding weird things and raving about his discoveries. Anyway, I just got an e-mail from him saying that this time it's real. It is intriguing, but we're busy with our Pokémon research. Could you look into it for us? I'll give you a Pokémon for a partner. They're all rare Pokémon that we just found. Go on. Pick one!"GS
"<player>! There you are! I needed to ask you a favor. I'm conducting new Pokémon research right now. I was wondering if you could help me with it, <player>. You see... I'm writing a paper that I want to present at a conference. But there are some things I don't quite understand yet. So! I'd like you to raise a Pokémon that I recently caught."C
  • If NoC
"But... Please, I need your help!"
  • If YesC
"Thanks, <player>! You're a great help! When I announce my findings, I'm sure we'll delve a bit deeper into the many mysteries of Pokémon. You can count on it! Oh, hey! I got an e-mail! .................. Hm... Uh-huh... Okay... Hey, listen. I have an acquaintance called Mr. Pokémon. He keeps finding weird things and raving about his discoveries. Anyway, I just got an e-mail from him saying that this time it's real. It is intriguing, but we're busy with our Pokémon research... Wait! I know! <player>, can you go in our place? I want you to raise one of the Pokémon contained in these Balls. You'll be that Pokémon's first partner, <player>! Go on. Pick one!"
  • If player tries to go away
"Wait! Where are you going?"
  • If talked to before choosing Pokémon
"If a wild Pokémon appears, let your Pokémon battle it!"
  • Player is choosing Cyndaquil
"You'll take Cyndaquil, the fire Pokémon?"
  • Player is choosing Totodile
"Do you want the Totodile, the water Pokémon?"
  • Player is choosing Chikorita
"So, you like Chikorita, the grass Pokémon?"
    • If player answered no when choosing
"Think it over carefully. Your partner is important."
  • After player chose Pokémon
"I think that's a great Pokémon, too! Mr. Pokémon lives near Cherrygrove, the next city. It's almost a direct route to there. If your Pokémon is hurt, you should heal it with this machine. Oh, here's my phone number. Call me if something comes up." (registers number)GS
"I think that's a great Pokémon, too! Mr. Pokémon lives a little bit beyond Cherrygrove, the next city over. It's almost a direct route there, so you can't miss it. But just in case, here's my phone number. Call me if anything comes up!" (registers number) "If your Pokémon is hurt, you should heal it with this machine. Feel free to use it anytime. <player>, I'm counting on you!"C
  • If talked to after choosing Pokémon
"Mr. Pokémon goes everywhere and finds rarities. Too bad they're just rare and not very useful... <player>, I'm counting on you!"GS
"Mr. Pokémon goes everywhere and finds rarities. Too bad they're just rare and not very useful..."C
  • If talked to after Silver steals Pokémon
"<player>, this is terrible... Oh, yes, what was Mr.Pokémon's big discovery?" (player hands over egg) "This? But... Is it a Pokémon Egg? If it is, it is a great discovery! What?!?! Prof.Oak gave you a Pokédex? <player>, is that true? Th-that's incredible! He is superb at seeing the potential of people as Trainers. Wow, <player>. You may have what it takes to become the Champion. You seem to be getting on great with Pokémon too. You should take the Pokémon Gym challenge. The closest Gym would be the one in Violet City. ...<player>. The road to the championship will be a long one. Before you leave, make sure that you talk to your mom."
  • If talked to again after theft
"Don't give up! I'll call if I learn anything about that Egg!"
PokéGear call
  • When going to Mr. Pokémon
"Hello, <player>? Try not to overdo it. Be sure to heal your Pokémon if they are hurt."
  • After visiting Mr. Pokémon
"Hello, <player>? Did you meet Mr. Pokémon? Great! Come back safely!"
  • After exiting Mr. Pokémon house (automatic call)
"H-hello? <player>? It's a disaster! Uh, um, it's just terrible! What should I do? It... Oh, no... Please get back here now!"
  • After Silver steals Pokémon
"<player>? I'm very upset now. We had a Pokémon stolen from here. How could anyone do that?"
  • After handing over Egg
"Hello, <player>? We're checking the Egg now. It does appear to be a Pokémon Egg."
  • Before Egg hatches
"Hello, <player>? How's the Egg? has anything changed? If anything happens, please call."
  • After collecting 7th Badge (automatic call)
"<player>, how are things going? I called because something weird is happening with the radio broadcasts. They were talking about Team Rocket. <player>, do you know anything about it? Maybe Team Rocket has returned. No, that just can't be true. Sorry to bug you. Take care!"
  • Pokérus comment (automatic call)
"Hello, <player>? I discovered an odd thing. Apparently there's something called Pokérus that infects Pokémon. Yes, it's like a virus, so it's called Pokérus. It multiplies fast and infects other Pokémon too. But that's all. It doesn't seem to do anything, and it goes away over time. I guess it's nothing to worry about. Bye!"

HeartGold and SoulSilver

New Bark Town
"Hi, <player>! I've been waiting for you! Do you know anything about my research? As you know, Pokémon are carried in Poké Balls these days. But before Poké Ball was invented, people used to walk with Pokémon. Just like your friend Ethan/Lyra does! Poké Balls are great because you can carry many Pokémon. But walking with Pokémon must have some advantages. It could have something to do with how Pokémon grow or evolve... So I'm going to give you a Pokémon! Can you walk beside this Pokémon, outside of its Poké Ball, to see if this brings any special feelings or bonds between Pokémon and people? The device over there has some Pokémon you could choose from..."
"Oh, hey! I got an email! ... Hm... Uh-huh... OK... I have this acquaintance that people call Mr. Pokémon. He keeps finding weird things and raving about his discoveries. Anyway, I just got an email from him saying that this time it's real. It's probably another Pokémon Egg, but we're still so busy with our Pokémon research... Wait! I know! You can go in our place, right? Can we count on you? You can choose one of the Pokémon over there."
  • If talked to again
"If a wild Pokémon appears, let your Pokémon battle it!"
  • If player tries to go away
"Where are you going? The Poké Balls are in that device."
  • At the starter choice screen
"Touch a Poké Ball to see what Pokémon is inside!"
"So, you like Chikorita, the Grass-type Pokémon?"
"You'll take Cyndaquil, the Fire-type Pokémon?"
"Do you want Totodile, the Water-type Pokémon?"
  • After choosing starter
"How do you like walking with your Pokémon? It's not bad, is it? You can take it all the way to Mr. Pokémon's house. If your Pokémon gets hurt... You should heal it with this machine. It's so easy to use. Just check the PC on my desk! Mr. Pokémon goes everywhere and finds rarities. His house is past Cherrygrove City. Go north a little past Cherrygrove. I'm counting on you, <player>!"*
  • When exiting city after receiving Pokégear
"Wait one second!"
"I almost completely forgot about this... Here, I'll give you my number. (registers number) I'll call you if anything comes up."
  • After Silver steals Pokémon
"<player>, this is terrible... Oh, yes, what was Mr.Pokémon's big discovery?" (player hands over egg) "Huh? This is an.. Egg, isn't it? This Egg may be something I've never seen...still it's just an Egg. Mr. Pokémon is always fascinated by Eggs. Well, since he gave it to us, we might as well find out what secret it holds. I'll keep it for a while to find out about the Egg. What?! Professor Oak gave you a Pokédex? <player>, is that true? Th-that's incredible! He is superb at seeing the potential of people as Trainers. Wow, <player>. I knew you were a little different. Things are going to be fun! Your Pokémon seem to really like you, so why don't you...take the Pokémon Gym challenge? If you manage to defeat all the Gym Leaders, you'll eventually challenge the Pokémon League Champion! ...Or not! Ha ha! Becoming the Champion is not at all easy, but you can certainly challenge Violet City's Gym. ...<player>. Challenging the Gyms scattered around will be a long journey. Before you leave, make sure that you talk to your mom."
  • If talked to again after Silver steals Pokémon
"Don't give up! I'll call if I learn anything about that Egg!"
Pokégear
  • When on his errand
"Hello, <player>? Try not to overdo it. Be sure to heal your Pokémon if they are hurt."
  • After exiting Mr. Pokémon house (automatic call)
"H-hello? <player>? It's a disaster! Uh, um, it's just terrible! What should I do? It... Oh, no... Please get back here now!"
  • After Silver steals Pokémon
"Oh, <player>... I just stepped away for a second... How could...?"
  • After handing over Egg
"Hello, <player>? We're checking the Egg now. It does appear to be a Pokémon Egg. We'll do a few more tests!"
  • After hatching the Egg
"Hey, <player>, this is great news! A Pokémon hatched from that Egg! I knew that giving that Egg to you, <player>, was the right thing to do. I just knew it! You should come here and show me what kind of Pokémon it is!"
  • After beating Team Rocket
"Hello, is this <player>? Just one more Badge to go before you collect all the Johto Badges! Blackthorn's Gym Leader is said to be a pretty powerful Dragon Tamer! ...Click!..."
  • Calling after defeating Clair
"Hello, <player>? I expect that there are some Pokémon in the Kanto region that I don't know. There are probably also methods of evolution that I'm not familiar with yet. I should use that perspective and discover what I can!"
  • Pokérus comment
After obtaining Pokérus for the first time (automatic call)
"Hello, <player>? I discovered an odd thing. Apparently there's something called Pokérus that infects Pokémon.Yes, it's like a virus, so it's called Pokérus.It multiplies fast and infects other Pokémon too. But that's all. It doesn't seem to do anything, and it goes away over time. I guess it's nothing to worry about. Bye!"
When called by the player
"Hello, <player>? It seems that Pokémon that have been infected with Pokérus level up better. We're not quite sure why..."

Sprites

Elm II OD.png Elm OD.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
Generation IV

In the anime

Professor Elm in the anime

Elm was the top student of Professor Oak, and often argues with him over their research. Elm is also well known for his very long and unnecessary speeches. He is also absent-minded and Elm has a habit of getting incredibly wrapped up in his research that he is completely oblivious to his surroundings.

Ash, Misty, and Brock first met Professor Elm in the episode Don't Touch That 'dile. After a period of travel, they met up again in Around the Whirlpool while he was studying in the Whirl Islands with Captain Marius, and finally again when Ash returns to New Bark Town in Hatch Me If You Can.

As the head of the Pokémon Preservation Council, he asked Ash to deliver an Egg that had been poached from Mt. Silver to him. This hatched into a Larvitar, which Professor Elm then asked Ash to deliver to its home.

His most recent appearance was a short cameo in The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon.

Pokémon

This listing is of Professor Elm's known Pokémon in the anime:

On hand

Professor Elm's Corsola
Corsola
Professor Elm's Corsola is his only known Pokémon that he actually owns. It is very fond of pools. This Corsola inspired Misty to try to catch her own Corsola. When Ash, Misty and Brock were blasted off the boat by Team Rocket and into the water with raging whirlpools, Corsola found the trio and helped them.

Later, when Team Rocket had stolen a couple of Pokémon, Corsola jumped into the water to stop them. It tried a Tackle but Weezing struck back. Corsola dodged and defeated Arbok. It then used Spike Cannon and sent Team Rocket blasting off.

Corsola's known moves are Tackle and Spike Cannon.

Debut Around the Whirlpool

Gives to new Trainers

Professor Elm's Chikorita
Chikorita
Professor Elm's Chikorita is a Starter Pokémon that Professor Elm gives to new Trainers who want to start their Pokémon journey. Although it was not shown in his lab, Prof. Elm showed Ash and his friends a picture of one.
Debut Don't Touch That 'dile
Professor Elm's Cyndaquil
Cyndaquil
Professor Elm's Cyndaquil is a Starter Pokémon that Professor Elm gives to new Trainers who want to start their Pokémon journey. It first appeared when Prof. Elm was holding it when talking to Ash and his friends who were very interested about it.
Debut Don't Touch That 'dile
Professor Elm's Totodile
Totodile
Professor Elm's Totodile is a Starter Pokémon that Professor Elm gives to new Trainers who want to start their Pokémon journey. One appeared when Prof. Elm mistook Jessie for Nurse Joy and told her to check up on Totodile who started to bite Meowth's tail and spray James with water, but the trio stole Totodile. It later appeared when it would not let go of Jessie's hair but was taken off using Bulbasaur's Vine Whip and given back to Prof. Elm.

Totodile's only known move is Water Gun.

Debut Don't Touch That 'dile

Gave away to new Trainers

Casey Chikorita.png
Casey's Chikorita
LoT starters.png
Vincent's Chikorita
LoT starters.png
Jimmy's Cyndaquil
LoT starters.png
Wani-Wani

Given away

Larvitar Egg.png
Egg

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 井上和彦 Kazuhiko Inoue
English Paul Frank
Canadian French Pierre Chagnon
Hebrew דור צוויגנבאום Dor Tsvigenbaum
Italian Gianluca Iacono
Norwegian Trond Teigen
Polish Jacek Kałucki (EP117)
Wojciech Majchrzak (EP210)
Ireneusz Machnicki (EP257-EP268)
Brazilian Portuguese Fadu Costha
Spanish Latin America Ernesto Lezama (EP117)
Enrique Mederos (EP210-EP268)
Gerardo García (Pokémon Chronicles)
Spain Eduardo Bosch
Eduardo del Hoyo (Pokémon Chronicles)

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In Pokémon Adventures, he was initially to be brought several Pokémon by Joey from Professor Oak, but before that happened, the Totodile that he was studying was stolen, and he was knocked unconscious before he could do anything. Gold then arrived and took Cyndaquil as well to catch the thief.

After Gold first battled with the Masked Man at the Ilex Forest and lost, Elm was able to get a sample of his clothing and found particles on them, but he did not know what they were. Elm then contacted Gold when he was battling the Masked Man for a second time, informing him that the particles on the clothes are the same substance used for Gym Badges, and that the Masked Man must be a Gym Leader. He tells Gold that he shouldn't try to fight him, but Gold simply replies with "It's too late".

A while beforehand, he decided that Gold was trustworthy enough to try to hatch an Egg for him, saying that it hadn't moved an inch while it was in the lab. While the Egg did hatch into a Togepi, due to Gold's habits of visiting arcades while it was an Egg, it learned how to play dice, pool, and poker, making Elm furious about how Gold had turned it into a delinquent. Little did he know, with Togepi's aggression came Gold's innate talent for bringing the fullest potential of baby Pokémon, allowing it to easily defeat the wild Gligar that tried to eat it right before it hatched (and the Tyranitar that Silver borrowed from Lance).

Joey stays behind with him to help Elm with chores and research.

Afterwards, both Joey and Elm make a cameo in the DP saga, talking with Professor Rowan via videophone.

He is seen in Gold's flashback during the HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter while Professor Oak gives Gold the task of meeting with Lance who has information about Team Rocket and their plan of obtaining Arceus.

Pokémon

On hand
Professor Elm's Sentret
Sentret
Sentret is the only known Pokémon of Professor Elm's. It is usually with him when he was in his lab.
Debut Murkrow Row
Gives to new Trainers
Megaree
Megaree
Main article: Megaree

Megaree (Japanese: メガぴょん Megapyon) ran away from Professor Elm's lab as it wanted to go out on an adventure when it was a Chikorita. Crystal found the Chikorita and was able to catch it along with a Victreebel. Crystal was reluctant to keep Chikorita on her team. But after noticing some strength it had, she decides to keep it on her team.

Debut Murkrow Row
Exbo
Exbo
Main article: Exbo

Gold was loaned a Cyndaquil to get back the Totodile Silver stole in the lab. However, as Gold went out on his journey, he kept the Cyndaquil and nicknamed it .

Debut Murkrow Row
Silver's Totodile
Totodile
Main article: Silver's Feraligatr

Totodile was stolen by Silver in the lab in the beginning of the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter.

Debut Murkrow Row
Professor Elm in Pokémon Pocket Monsters

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Professor Elm appears in the Johto saga of Pokémon Pocket Monsters. He recommends Gold and Silver to Professor Oak as the chosen Trainers to get their first Pokémon. He even introduces them to Red. Unlike other media, he was not seen giving away the Johto starters to new Trainers yet. In Marill's Special Training to Surpass Pikachu!!, he was seen fighting Professor Oak after a Marill came by and stole some food.

Professor Elm reappears in PMHGSS01 where he is in charge of the Pokéathlon. and has competed with Red in various events that went on. Elm reappears in PMHGSS20 along with the other professors. They were the judge of Clefairy's fight with Giratina. After their battle, Professor Elm got into a brawl with the other professors that was started by Clefairy. After watching the fight that was recorded, they worked together and fought Clefairy.

Pokémon

On hand

Here is a listing of Professor Elm's Pokémon.

Elm's Sudowoodo
Sudowoodo
Sudowoodo was Professor Elm's first revealed Pokémon. It was in charge of the Pokéathlon along with Professor Elm.
Debut PMHGSS01
Status unknown

These Pokémon were seen with him but it was not stated whether or not they belong to him.

Elm's Loudred
Loudred
A Loudred was seen as an announcer of the Pokéathlon. It is unknown if it belonged to Professor Elm.
Debut PMHGSS01

In the TCG

Artwork

Artwork from the cards:

Professor Elm TCG.png Professor Elm Training Method.png
With a Starter Pokémon Having problems with his raising method

Cards

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Professor Elm in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in the current Standard format.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Professor Elm T Neo Genesis Uncommon 96/111 Gold, Silver, to a New World... Uncommon  
Best of Game   3      
Professor Elm's Training Method Su Expedition Base Set Uncommon 148/165 Base Expansion Pack Uncommon 049/128
EX Unseen Forces Uncommon 89/115 Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean Uncommon 097/106
      Meganium Constructed Starter Deck   013/016
      Typhlosion Constructed Starter Deck   013/016
      Feraligatr Constructed Starter Deck   013/016
EX Dragon Frontiers Uncommon 79/101 Imprison! Gardevoir ex Constructed Standard Deck   014/024
      Shockwave! Tyranitar ex Constructed Standard Deck   014/024
HeartGold & SoulSilver Uncommon 100/123 HeartGold Collection Uncommon 067/070
      L-P Promotional cards   023/L-P
      Leafeon Deck   012/015
      Metagross Deck   011/014
      Blastoise Starter Deck   009/010
      Steelix Constructed Standard Deck   014/019
      Tyranitar Constructed Standard Deck   014/019
Gyarados Half Deck   25/30      
Call of Legends Uncommon 77/95      
 

Trivia

  • Professor Elm is the only professor in the main series that doesn't welcome the player to the world of Pokémon at the start of the game. Professor Oak takes his place instead.
    • As such, he is also the only Professor without a large in-game sprite, having only the overworld sprite.
  • Professor Elm is also the only Professor to give the player character a starter Pokémon that does not also give them a Pokédex.
  • In the anime, Professor Elm is the only professor that didn't give one of his starter Pokémon to a main character.
  • In the games, one of the townsfolk mentions that Professor Elm is the one who discovered that Pikachu is an evolved Pokémon (Pichu was only introduced in Generation II).

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ウツギ博士 Dr. Utsugi ウツギ Utsugi, Deutzia.
English, Spanish Professor Elm Elm tree, following the naming of Professor Oak.
French Professeur Orme From orme, elm.
German Professor Lind From Linde, lime tree.
Korean 공박사 Dr. Gong 공 is from 空 which is taken from 空木 Utsugi, Deutzia.
Chinese 空木博士 Dr. Kōngmù 空木 is from 空木 Utsugi. Can mean "hollow wood" or "sky tree".
Finnish Professori Elm From English name.



Non-player characters in the core series games
Johto Professor ElmProfessor OakMomEthanLyraSilverMr. PokémonEusineLanceRedKiyoBaobaMagnusEarlKurt
CarrieMaryBuenaRadio DirectorHaircut brothersWebsterDragon Clan ElderLiWilmaPrimoJetDudeMr. Game
Team RocketGym guideGym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsKimono GirlsName RaterFelicityTealaCameron


OakElmBirchRowanJuniperJuniper Sr.Sycamore
IvyKranePHastingsProfessorBurnet

Anime characters
Protagonists Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogeticBrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawnPiplup
IrisAxewCilanSerenaClemontBonnieDedenne
Rivals GaryRitchieHarrisonDrewHarleyMorrisonTysonSolidadPaulZoeyNandoKenny
ConwayBarryUrsulaTobiasTripBiancaBurgundyStephanGeorgiaCameronVirgil
Antagonists JessieJamesMeowthGiovanniButchCassidyDr. NambaMatoriPierceDr. ZagerShellyArchie
TabithaMaxieHunter JSaturnMarsJupiterCyrusCharonColressAldithGhetsisBarret
Lysandre
Professors Professor OakProfessor IvyProfessor ElmProfessor BirchProfessor Rowan
Professor CarolinaProfessor JuniperCedric JuniperDr. FennelProfessor Sycamore
Relatives Delia KetchumFlintLolaForrestBrock's siblingsDaisyVioletLilyNormanCarolineJohannaChiliCress
GraceMeyer
Supporting Officer JennyNurse JoyTodd SnapCharles GoodshowCaseyLizaSakuraLanceMr. SukizoRaoul Contesta
Vivian MeridianScottLilian MeridianMarianRhondaCynthiaAngieLookerLyraKhouryDon GeorgeAlder
LukeFreddy O'MartianIngoEmmetMontgomeryJervisNAnthea and ConcordiaPorterAlexaAlainMairin
Gurkinn
Gym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsMany temporary characters

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