|Anime debut||The Rise of Darkrai|
|English voice actor||Joshua Swanson|
|Japanese voice actor||Hiroshi Yamamoto|
Maury (Japanese: カツミ Katsumi) is a minor character who appeared in The Rise of Darkrai.
In the movies
He, along with Kai and Allegra, challenged Ash and his friends to a battle. He went up against Ash using his Torterra, while Ash used his Pikachu, who made a folly by commanding a Thunderbolt on Maury's Torterra—likely not realizing it is Grass/Ground—and then switched to Iron Tail.
During the ending credits, Maury participated in the Alamos Town Pokémon Contest, where he was subsequently defeated by Kai in the Battle Stage. He is not onstage when Allegra receives her winning Ribbon.
Maury made a cameo appearance in I Choose You!, which is set in a timeline separate from the main series. He was seen with his Torterra in Alamos Town.
| Maury's only known Pokémon is a Torterra. It first appeared when Ash ran into it while running. It was used to battle Pikachu and due to the fact it was part Ground type, was immune to Pikachu's Thunderbolt, but took a hard hit from Iron Tail. Later, it was used to battle Darkrai and helped slow down Alamos Town's disintegration.
Torterra briefly reappeared in I Choose You!, which is set in a timeline separate from the main series.
|Debut||The Rise of Darkrai|
Maury has competed in the following Pokémon Contests:
|Ken Sugimori's design of Maury|
In the manga
In the movie adaptations
Maury appeared in the manga adaptation of the tenth film, in which he, along with Kai and Allegra, confronted Darkrai after being convinced by Baron Alberto that the Pitch-Black Pokémon was responsible for the strange events taking place in Alamos Town.
- Maury, Kai, and Allegra each own the final form of one Sinnoh starter Pokémon.
- Though he was not referred to by name in the dub, Pokémon.com has since revealed that his name is Maury.
- Maury's character design resembles that of Torterra's color scheme.
- Maury was referred to as Maurice on his voice actor's résumé.
|Chinese (Mandarin)||勝海 / 胜海 Shènghǎi||From the Japanese name 勝海 Katsumi|
|Korean||승리 Seungni||승리 is Korean for victory.|
|Thai||คาสึมิ Katsumi||Transliteration of his Japanese name|
|This movie article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|