Elaine (Masters)


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Elaine
アユミ Ayumi
Spr Masters Elaine.png
Elaine's model
No. 188
English voice actor Unknown
Japanese voice actor Satomi Akesaka
Description This Trainer set off on her journey from Kanto’s Pallet Town. She likes to go on leisurely walks with her partner Eevee, who is strangely able to use Secret Techniques.

Elaine (Japanese: アユミ Ayumi) is a Pokémon Trainer in Pokémon Masters EX, based on the character of the same name in the core series games. She forms a sync pair with partner Eevee. This pair was first made available through a Poké Fair sync pair scout beginning on November 17, 2023. This pair can be raised to Masters EX star.png 6★ EX since it first released.

In the games

In events

Let's Go in Search of Wonder

After watching a video about a talking Eevee, Elaine decides to go find it herself. While searching, she mistakes Eve for the talking Eevee. After throwing a Poké Ball at her, Elaine realizes that Eve is just a Poké Kid. After introducing each other and bonding over their love for Eevee, they decide to look for the talking Eevee together.

They first talk to Adaman, Irida, Rei, and Akari to see if they know about a talking Eevee, but they say that they've never heard of one in Pasio or Hisui. They next talk to Leaf, Misty, and Erika, but they have never heard of a talking Eevee either. The two eventually get discouraged about finding the talking Eevee, but then they notice a person wearing an Eevee bag and assume that they must know a lot about Eevee. The person turns out to be Penny, and after talking to each other, Penny tells them that there is a secret gathering of Eevee fans where they might hear stories that wouldn't come up among typical Eevee fans. Penny decides to join them to introduce them to the secret Eevee fans so they won't get chucked out, as she too wants to meet a talking Eevee.

After Penny introduces Elaine and Eve to the secret Eevee fans, one fan says that they never heard of a talking Eevee, but says that the other fans might and encourages them to ask around and hang out with the Eevee while doing so. While hanging out, Elaine shows off her Eevee's Secret Technique Chop Down, which impresses everyone on her mysterous Eevee's skill, with one fan asking if her Eevee can talk. Elaine asks her Eevee to talk, but to no avail. Eve starts to get discouraged, while Penny wonders if a talking Pokémon is even possible. Elaine suggests asking Professor Oak about the topic.

The group arrives at Professor Bellis's laboratory, where they meet Professor Oak, Blue, and Nemona. Elaine asks Professor Oak about talking Pokémon, to which he says it isn't impossible, using Chatot as an example of a Pokémon speaking with human words. Professor Oak theorizes that a Pokémon could try to mimic human speech as some sort of reaction. Elaine thanks Professor Oak for the explanation, but she still wishes Pokémon and people could speak to each other.

Days later, the group is still looking for a talking Pokémon and asks Valerie about it. While talking, they hear a voice that says "I love you!", with Elaine and Eve thinking that the voice was cute.

Eevee

    Type   Normal
Move type   Normal
Role   Support
EX Role   Tech
Base Potential ★★★★★☆EX
Eevee Weakness   Fighting
The question of why only Eevee has such unstable genes has still not been solved.
Stats HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed
Lv. 140, Base Potential 664 161 297 161 297 284
Lv. 140, Max Potential 824 221 357 221 357 324
Mega Eevee
Lv. 140, Base Potential
Lv. 140, Max Potential

Availability

Elaine was exclusive to the following Poké Fair scout banners:

  • (Debut) Elaine Poké Fair Scout (November 17 to December 7, 2023)
  • 5★-Select Poké Fair Scout ×15 (C) (December 31, 2023 to January 31, 2024)
  • 10-Pair Scout (Max 100 Pairs) (February 19 to March 25, 2024)

Moves

Name Type Category Move gauge Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Description
Swift Normal
 
Special 2 57 68 100% All opponents Never misses.
Protect Normal
 
Status 2
(1 use)
Self Applies the Damage Guard Next effect to the user.
Quick Attack Normal
 
Physical 0
(3 uses)
94 112 100% An opponent No additional effect.
Let's Go Together! None Status 0
(1 use)
All allies Restore the HP of all allied sync pairs by approximately 10% of their maximum HP. Restores 1 MP of the user's moves that have the quick move effect tag. Raises the critical-hit rate of all allied sync pairs by 3 stats ranks. Increases the Physical Moves ↑ Next effect or Special Moves ↑ Next effect of all allied sync pairs by 1 rank. (The same type of effect is increased for all allied sync pairs.)
Sync moves
Partner Promenade Veevee Volley Normal
 
Physical 300 360 An opponent (6★ EX effect: The sync buff is doubled the first time a sync move is used.)
(EX role effect: Power of sync move increases 50%.)

Skills

Name Description
Passive Skills
“Quick Move”: Restore T-Move MP 9 Restores 1 MP for the user’s Trainer when it uses a move that has the quick move effect tag.
Hit: Interference (1 Kind) 9 Leaves the target either flinching, confused, or trapped when the user’s attack move against it is successful.
1st Use Status P-Move: HP Recovery 4 Restores the user’s HP by approximately 40% of its maximum HP the first time its Pokémon uses a status move each battle.
Theme Skills
  Normal Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 30.
  Kanto Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 4.
  Main Character Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 4.
  Pallet Town Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 6.
Expedition Skills
 Wistful ↑ 2 Raises the following discovery level by 2:
 Wistful Crystal

Sync grid

The sync grid for Elaine and Eevee is an expanded grid, made available since the pair first released.

Name Effect Energy required Sync orb required Move level required
HP +10 HP +10 0 5 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 0 5 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 2 24 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 0 5 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 2 24 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 2 24 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 2 24 2
Defense +10 Defense +10 4 48 2
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 0 5 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 2 24 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 0 5 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 2 24 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 2 24 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 2 24 2
Sp. Def +10 Sp. Def +10 4 48 2
Speed +5 Speed +5 0 5 1
Swift: Power +3 Swift: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Swift: Power +3 Swift: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Swift: Power +3 Swift: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Swift: Power +3 Swift: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Swift: Power +3 Swift: Power ↑ +3 3 36 2
Swift: Move Gauge Refresh 3 Has a chance (40%) of charging the user’s move gauge by one when a move is successful. 7 84 2
Protect: Move Gauge Refresh 4 Has a chance (50%) of charging the user’s move gauge by one when a move is successful. 7 84 2
Quick Attack: Power +3 Quick Attack: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Quick Attack: Power +3 Quick Attack: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Quick Attack: Power +3 Quick Attack: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Quick Attack: Power +3 Quick Attack: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Quick Attack: Power +3 Quick Attack: Power ↑ +3 3 36 2
Let’s Go Together!: Slippery 1 Raises the user’s evasiveness by 1 stat rank when its move is successful. 8 96 2
Let’s Go Together!: Team Hit and Heal Applies the Gradual Healing effect to all allied sync pairs when the user’s move is successful. 8 96 2
Let’s Go Together!: Shielded 2 Raises the Defense of all allied sync pairs by 2 stat ranks when the user’s move is successful. 10 120 3
Let’s Go Together!: Barricade Buddies 2 Raises the Sp. Def of all allied sync pairs by 2 stat ranks when the user’s move is successful. 10 120 3
Let’s Go Together!: Move: Team Attack ↑ & Sp. Atk ↑ 9 Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 1 stat rank when the user’s move is successful. 10 120 3
Let’s Go Together!: T-Move: HP Recovery (M) 9 Restores the user’s HP when its Trainer uses a move. 10 120 5
Unflappable Prevents the user from flinching. 5 60 1
Escape Artist Prevents the user from becoming trapped. 5 60 1
Unbending Defense cannot be lowered. 5 60 2
Stalwart Sp. Def cannot be lowered. 5 60 2
Sterner Stuff 2 Reduces damage when the user is hit by a physical attack move. 7 84 2
Brain Brawn 2 Reduces damage when the user is hit by a special attack move. 7 84 2
Team Pinpoint Entry 1 Raises the accuracy of all allied sync pairs by 1 stat rank when the user enters a battle. 10 120 2
Overwhelm 9 Lowers the target’s Attack by one stat rank when the user’s attack move against it is successful. 8 96 3
Satisfied Snicker 9 Lowers the target’s Sp. Atk by 1 stat rank when the user’s attack move against the target is successful. 8 96 3
Synchro Healing 1 Restores the HP of all allied sync pairs by approximately 20% of their maximum HP after using the user’s sync move. 10 120 3
Status Immunity Status conditions cannot be inflicted on the user. 10 120 3
Hit: Interference (1 Kind) 9 Leaves the target either flinching, confused, or trapped when the user’s attack move against it is successful. 10 120 4
S-Move: Team Physical Boost ↑2 9 Increases the Physical Moves ↑ Next effect of all allied sync pairs by 2 ranks after using the user’s sync move. 10 120 4
Safety Net Applies the Enduring effect to all allied sync pairs the first time the user’s sync move is used each battle. 10 120 5
Partner Promenade Veevee Volley: Power +25 Partner Promenade Veevee Volley: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3
Partner Promenade Veevee Volley: Power +25 Partner Promenade Veevee Volley: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3

Appearances

Story appearances

Elaine appears in her normal outfit in the following story areas:

Sync pair stories

  • A Day with Elaine

Quotes

Main article: Elaine (game)/Quotes → Pokémon Masters EX

Gallery

         
VS model
(Normal colors)
6★ model
(Normal colors)
6★ model
(EX colors)
VS model
(EX colors)
Elaine's sync move mindscape
(Pallet Town)
         
Trainer emote
Nice!
Trainer emote
Watch out!
Trainer emote
Let's do this!
Trainer emote
Thanks!
       
Medal
1★ Let's Go in Search of Wonder
Medal
2★ Let's Go in Search of Wonder
Medal
3★ Let's Go in Search of Wonder
Medal
Let's Go, Partner!
Artwork with
Penny and Eve by zounose[1]

Trivia

  • Elaine's debut date in Pokémon Masters EX (November 17, 2023) was one day after the fifth anniversary of the release of her debut games, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! (November 16, 2018).
  • During the Let's Go for Number One! time trial event, both Chase and Elaine claim they helped the other one out in battles while in Kanto. This is a reference to the co-op feature from Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, which allows two players to battle Trainers together.
  • All versions of Elaine use special voice-over lines upon entering a team that contains certain Trainers (regardless of their partner Pokémon). Those Trainers include Red, Leaf, Blue, and Professor Oak.
    • Elaine also uses special voice-over lines upon winning a battle with Red, Leaf, or Blue in the same team.
  • May, Akari, Elaine, and Chase are the only player characters who have never been able to be battled in Pokémon Masters EX.

Origin

Elaine's design is based on her appearance in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. Eevee is the starter Pokémon in Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!. Eevee's Dex entry comes from Pokémon Ultra Sun.

In other languages

Let's Go Together!

Language Title
  Japanese みんなで ゴー!Minna de Gō!
Mandarin Chinese 大家一起Go! Dàjiā Yìqǐ Go!
  French Allons-y ensemble !
  German Gemeinsam unterwegs!
  Italian Let's go, tutti insieme!
  Korean 다함께고! Dahamkke Go!
  Spanish ¡Vamos juntas!

Partner Promenade Veevee Volley

Language Title
  Japanese だいすきな相棒と歩む ブイブイブレイク Daisuki-na Aibō to Ayumu Buibui Bureiku
Mandarin Chinese 與最愛的搭檔同行之 砰砰擊破 Yǔ Zuì'ài de Dādàng Tóngxíng zhī Pēngpēng Jípò
  French Allez, partenaire ! Évo-Chardasso !
  German Evo-Crash der gemeinsamen Reise
  Italian Eeveempatto in cammino col compagno più caro
  Korean 좋아하는 파트너와 걷는 브이브이브레이크 Joh-ahaneun Pateuneo-wa Geonneun Beu-i-Beu-i Beureikeu
  Spanish Eevimpacto de Explorar con tu Compa


References


Characters appearing in Pokémon Masters EX
Pasio ScottieBettieLearRachelSawyerPauloTina
Kanto BrockMistyLt. SurgeErikaBlaineLoreleiBrunoAgathaJanineKogaBlueGiovanniLeafLanceProfessor OakRedSabrinaJessieJamesAshElaineChase
Johto KrisBugsyWhitneyPryceClairWillKarenLyraEthanSilverJasmineMortyFalknerEusineArcherArianaPetrelProton
Hoenn BrendanRoxanneBrawlyFlanneryNormanWinonaTateLizaPhoebeDrakeNolandGlaciaZinniaStevenWallaceWallyLucyLisiaMayMaxieArchieSidneyCourtney
Sinnoh BarryRoarkGardeniaMayleneCrasher WakeCandiceFlintThortonCherylMarleyCynthiaFantinaDawnCyrusVolknerDarachLucasAaronBerthaLucianLookerAdamanIridaPalmerArgentaAkariReiRileyDahlia
Unova RosaClaySkylaBrycenIrisRoxieMarlonShauntalMarshalCherenHilbertHildaElesaCaitlinGrimsleyBurghAlderNateBiancaNGhetsisIngoEmmetHughColressLenora
Kalos GrantKorrinaRamosWulfricSieboldWikstromViolaCalemValerieClemontSerenaLysandreProfessor SycamoreDianthaEvelynNitaHelenaKaliShaunaEmmaOlympiaDrasnaDanaKatherineTierno
Alola HauSophoclesMinaOliviaHapuKahiliNanuAcerolaKukuiPlumeriaGuzmaLusamineGladionLillieMolayneMallowSeleneElioLanaKiaweHalaThe Masked RoyalNaomiAnabelRyuki
Galar GloriaPiersLeonMarnieRaihanNessaBeaHopAllisterSoniaBedeGordieMelonyVictorBall GuyRoseOleanaEvePetey
Paldea NemonaPennyIonoGrushaGeeta
NPCs Professor BellisTristaTriciaTrinniaMeowthTabithaMattShellyMarsJupiterSaturnCilanChiliCressChuckShadow TriadTrevorMalvaFabaTeam Break


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