アリキス Aliquis
Aliquis PW.png
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Eye color Blue
Hair color Dark blue (Yellow highlights)
Hometown Unknown
Region Paldea
Relatives Unnamed older brother[1]
Anime series Pokémon: Paldean Winds
Debut Breathe Out
English voice actor Paul Castro Jr.
Japanese voice actor Minako Kotobuki

Aliquis (Japanese: アリキス Aliquis) is a main character in Pokémon: Paldean Winds. He attends Naranja Academy.



In Breathe Out, Aliquis was seen from Ohara and Hohma meeting to discuss school work about making a video about Naranja Academy. During the meeting, he was looking outside at Nemona, who he was going to have a battle with the next day. He was later seen being interviewed by Hohma as part of the video shoot and later when Ohara was performing, Aliquis was with the other members of Naranja Academy watching the concert.

In Breathe In, Aliquis finally had his battle with Nemona but was easily defeated. Frustrated with the defeat, Aliquis' brother suggested that he leave Meowscarada aside in the next battles, which left Aliquis quite confused on how to act in the next battles. Soon after, when Aliquis was talking to Ohara about the video, Aliquis became irritated by a thing said by Ohara and blamed the defeat on his Pokémon. After Meowscarada left the place, Aliquis decided that he would have one again with Nemona, which made Hohma decide to announce this new battle.

Aliquis's rivalry with Nemona

In battle, Nemona again received an upper hand, defeating all the Pokémon that Aliquis put on the field. After taking a candy in place of his last Poké Ball, Aliquis remembered the past, when he and Sprigatito decided that they would become strong together. Regretful of how he treated his Starter Pokémon, Aliquis finally recognized the bond they had with each other, and suddenly, Meowscarada appeared on the battlefield. Recognizing the strength of Aliquis and Meowscarada, Aliquis and Nemona continued the battle, this time with each Terastalizing their Pokémon. This time, fighting on equal terms with Nemona, Aliquis wanted to demonstrate to his rival the bond they had.

In Take a Breath, it was revealed that Aliquis lost the battle against Nemona, a few days later, Aliquis apologized to Ohara for the way he acted during the argument they had, this made them return to the video project that they needed to present about Naranja Academy. While Hohma tried to contact Team Star, Aliquis and Ohara tried to call Iono for their video, but to no avail. When meeting again with Hohma and Ohara, the trio reached a consensus on the ideal style that their video would have.


Aliquis is a hard-working student. He loves Pokémon battles and challenging gyms.


This listing is of Aliquis's known Pokémon in Pokémon: Paldean Winds:

On hand


Sprigatito → Floragato → Meowscarada ↔ Terastallized Meowscarada  
Meowscarada is Aliquis's first known Pokémon, which he has raised from a Sprigatito. In Breathe In, it was used to battle Nemona on two occasions, first losing to her Kilowattrel and later taking on her Tauros.

Meowscarada's known moves are Leaf Storm, Dark Pulse, Acrobatics, and Flower Trick.

Debut Breathe Out
Voice actors
Japanese Kei Shindo
English Kei Shindo
Garganacl is Aliquis's second known Pokémon. It was used in a battle with Nemona, defeating her Kilowattrel before losing to her Tauros.

Garganacl's only known move is Rock Slide.

Debut Breathe In
Flamigo is Aliquis's third known Pokémon. It was used in a battle with Nemona, where it lost to her Tauros.

None of Flamigo's moves are known.

Debut Breathe In

Aliquis has at least three other Pokémon on hand, since he faced Nemona in a Full Battle.

Traveling with

Rotom Phone



Concept art from Paldean Winds
Concept art from Paldean Winds

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 寿美菜子 Minako Kotobuki
English Paul Castro Jr.
Brazilian Portuguese Heitor Assali
Spanish Latin America Eduardo Martínez
Spain Mario García


Language Name Origin
Japanese アリキス Aliquis From aliquis (Latin pronoun for "someone"; "somebody")
English, German, Indonesian Aliquis Same as his Japanese name
French, Brazilian Portuguese,
Latin American Spanish
Alix Similar to his English name
Italian Alik Similar to his English name
European Spanish Ariki Similar to his English name
Korean 알렉스 Alex Similar to his English name
Chinese (Mandarin) 艾力奇斯 Àilìqísī Transcription of his Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 艾力奇斯 Ngaaihlihkkèihsī


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