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Genesect Army
ゲノセクト軍団 Genesect Army
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Genesect Army
Debuts in Meowth, Colress and Team Rivalry!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Absentia Natural Park
Chill Drive Genesect Douse Drive Genesect Red Genesect Burn Drive Genesect Shock Drive Genesect
Voice actor Japanese English
Red Kōichi Yamadera Scottie Ray
Douse Drive Sumire Morohoshi Samia Mounts
Chill Drive Akeno Watanabe Yuko Minaguchi
Burn Drive Kiyotaka Furushima Tom Wayland
Shock Drive Kensuke Satō Marc Thompson

The Genesect Army (Japanese: ゲノセクト軍団 Genesect Army) is a team composed of five Genesect: four of normal coloration and one that is Shiny who leads them. The Shiny Genesect is known as Red Genesect (Japanese: 赤いゲノセクト Red Genesect). They are also known by the codename Project G.

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In the anime

History

The Genesect Army in their debut, destroying a building

Pre-series

The Genesect Army was created by Team Plasma in their laboratory. After the creation was completed, the Genesect Army attacked them with Techno Blast, which caused Team Plasma to retreat and the Genesect Army, led by the Red Genesect, escaped from the burning lab. After escaping, they attempted to return to their homeland.

In Pokémon the Series: Black & White

Some time later, an image of a Genesect was seen by N on a computer monitor in the ruins of the P2 Laboratory in The Name's N!.

In Team Plasma's Pokémon Manipulation!, the Genesect Army was mentioned by a Plasma Grunt reporting to Ghetsis. Referred to only as "Project G", their current whereabouts were considered unknown.

In Meowth, Colress and Team Rivalry!, N visited a ruined building, where he found a Patrat and Watchog. When he heard their voices, he experienced a flashback of the Genesect Army destroying the building before flying away.

In Genesect and the Legend Awakened

The Genesect Army appeared in this movie, where they played a major role. They were first seen in a snowy climate as they thought their home was there. As the Red Genesect went to the top part of the mountain, it got caught in an avalanche while the other four Genesect were saved by Mewtwo. Mewtwo explained to them that time had passed since they were last alive. The Red Genesect escaped from the avalanche and Mewtwo wanted the Red Genesect to join its side. However, the Red Genesect refused as it did not want to be ordered to do anything and attacked Mewtwo, to which Mewtwo quickly dodged. The Red Genesect had the other Genesect attack Mewtwo and they then flew off.

The Genesect Army under Team Plasma's custody

Later, they arrived in New Tork City where they went to Pokémon Hills, thinking it was their home. However, the Genesect containing the Douse Drive separated from them and went to a pond where some Oltus flowers were floating in the water. After Ash and Pikachu went up to the Douse Drive Genesect, it folded up in its high-speed form. As Ash was trying to see if the Douse Drive Genesect was awake, the Douse Drive Genesect took flight in the air in with Ash riding on it. After the ride, the Douse Drive Genesect became friends with Ash, Iris, and Cilan. Things went well until the Red Genesect and the Shock Drive Genesect arrived. Ash was excited to see them at first until they attacked him with Signal Beam. Pikachu took on the opposing Genesect but he was no match for them and was easily beaten. The two Genesect then forced the Douse Drive Genesect to attack Ash and his friends. Ash tried getting the Douse Drive Genesect to stop but the Red Genesect's control of the Douse Drive one was too strong. After Mewtwo saved the group from the Genesect's attack, the Genesect retreated.

During the nighttime, the Genesect Army went inside Pokémon Hills where they forced the Pokémon out of there and built a giant nest. Since the bottom part of the nest touched the power generator, it caused the power to flicker. Ash, Iris, Eric, and Sableye went into Pokémon Hills from the basement and noticed the Genesect Army building the nest. They met up with the Douse Drive Genesect who apologized to them for attacking them earlier. The Douse Drive Genesect showed the group the Panna Lotus flowers and told how it bloomed in their home. A Feraligatr living in Pokémon Hills tried to attack the Genesect again but got noticed by the Red Genesect and the Shock Drive Genesect. Feraligatr battled the two but ultimately lost to the Red Genesect's Blaze Kick.

Escaping from Team Plasma

After Mewtwo saved Feraligatr from falling, it battled with the Red Genesect while the other three Genesect approached the group. Mewtwo and the Red Genesect had their battle throughout New Tork City. The other three Genesect stayed behind and attacked the group. The Douse Drive Genesect tried stopping them but they unleashed Techno Blast at the group. However, the group was saved by Crustle's Rock Wrecker. The Pokémon from Pokémon Hills had a big battle with the Genesect Army, where the Red Genesect controlled the Genesect Army to attack the Pokémon. The Douse Drive Genesect went up to a Houndoom when it got near the Panna Lotus flowers, only to get blasted away by Houndoom's Shadow Ball. Ash and his friends then ran to the Douse Drive Genesect to see if it was okay. The battle between the Genesect Army continued, as the Genesect were outnumbered and overpowered, until the Red Genesect arrived and blasted all opposing Pokémon away. When the Genesect Army was about to deliver their final attack, Ash stepped in to protect them. The Douse Drive Genesect in turn stepped in to protect Ash and got badly hit. The Douse Drive Genesect's eyes then got dark. As the Pokémon Hills Pokémon were grieved about the Douse Drive Genesect, the other four Genesect attacked them in formation but Mewtwo protected them from Genesect's attack. Afterwards Mewtwo took on the four Genesect alone. The Douse Drive Genesect suddenly woke up and noticed that the Panna Lotus flowers were destroyed.

The fight between Mewtwo and the four Genesect continued where the normal-colored Genesect wrapped Mewtwo around in a string web, but Mewtwo freed itself with Psystrike and sent the three plummeting down. They crashed onto the power generators which caused an even greater power outage to occur. As fire spreaded out onto the nest, the Douse Drive Genesect flew towards it to prevent the fire from spreading even more. Genesect got assisted by the Pokémon Hills Pokémon. The normal-colored Genesect flew back up and noticed Ash and his friends putting out the fire. Feraligatr and Persian rescued them when they got surrounded by the blue flames. In return for saving them, they saved Ash from getting crushed by a pillar.

Red Genesect with Mewtwo

As the battle between Mewtwo and the Red Genesect went underway, Ash stepped in to stop them and told Mewtwo that he promised to find the Genesect Army a home, and that every Pokémon belongs somewhere. Despite the normal-colored Genesect realizing the error of their ways, the Red Genesect did not care as he still refused to take any commands. Seeing that the Red Genesect stubbornly refused to listen, Mewtwo took the Red Genesect all the way up to the atmosphere. As they watched over the Pokémon world, they noticed a sunrise there and the Red Genesect finally changed its views. With that accomplished, both Mewtwo and the Red Genesect rapidly fell back to the Pokémon world but got saved by a sphere of water created by all the Pokémon Hills Pokémon. After this, Ash suddenly realized the perfect place for the Genesect to make into their new habitat: Absentia Natural Park, where the Panna Lotuses bloomed, since they have been around since the Genesect were last alive. And so the Genesect Army finally found a home, with both the Douse Drive Genesect and Mewtwo thanking Ash and his friends.

Personality and characteristics

The Red Genesect is far more aggressive and antagonistic than its companions. It possesses the ability to force the other Genesect to follow its orders against their will, and often uses this power to gain assistance in its own attacks. It is the last of the Genesect to listen to reason, stubbornly hanging on to its anger at its perceived enemies until the very end.

The Shock Drive, Chill Drive, and Burn Drive Genesect all exhibit aggressive personalities, but to a lesser degree than the Red Genesect. The three commonly follow their leader's orders but come to their senses more quickly. Their aggressiveness was caused by their poor vision and confusion over their location of their homeland, as they were unable to distinguish tall structures and objects from the stone pillars of their homeland, which led to the attack on New Tork City. While the Red Genesect and the other Genesect were focused on their mission, the Genesect containing the Douse Drive wasn't so sure, leading it to form a friendship with Ash.

Unlike the others, the Douse Drive Genesect's personality is timid and kind. It is not aggressive to those around it and simply wants to go back to its home. When it saw the Oltus flowers in Pokémon Hills, it exhibited childlike glee. It did not attack the people and Pokémon around it unless being forced by the Red Genesect; otherwise, it actively protected innocent bystanders from its companions' attacks. The Douse Drive Genesect is also noticeably smaller than its companions.

Moves used

Red Genesect

Red Genesect Signal Beam.png
Using Signal Beam
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Signal Beam Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Extreme Speed Genesect and the Legend Awakened*
Blaze Kick Genesect and the Legend Awakened*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Burn Drive Genesect

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Using Signal Beam
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Signal Beam Genesect and the Legend Awakened
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Chill Drive Genesect

Chill Drive Genesect Techno Blast.png
Using Techno Blast
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Signal Beam Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Metal Claw Genesect and the Legend Awakened
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Douse Drive Genesect

Douse Drive Genesect Signal Beam.png
Using Signal Beam
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Signal Beam Genesect and the Legend Awakened
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Shock Drive Genesect

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Using Iron Head
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Signal Beam Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Metal Claw Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Iron Head Genesect and the Legend Awakened
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese Red: 山寺宏一 Kōichi Yamadera
Douse Drive: 諸星すみれ Sumire Morohoshi
Chill Drive: 渡辺明乃 Akeno Watanabe
Burn Drive: 古島清孝 Kiyotaka Furushima
Shock Drive: 佐藤健輔 Kensuke Satō
English Red: Scottie Ray
Douse Drive: Samia Mounts
Chill Drive: Yuko Minaguchi
Burn Drive: Tom Wayland
Shock Drive: Marc Thompson
Finnish Red: Markus Bäckman
Chill Drive: Saara Lehtonen
Shock Drive: Pasi Ruohonen
Polish Red: Zbigniew Konopka
Chill Drive: Marta Dobecka
Shock Drive: Michał Podsiadło
European Spanish Red: Pedro Tena
Douse Drive: Chelo Vivares

Artwork

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Official artwork from
Pokémon the Series: Black & White
Official artwork from
Pokémon the Series: Black & White
Official artwork from
Pokémon the Series: Black & White
Official artwork from
Pokémon the Series: Black & White

In the manga

In the movie adaptations

The Genesect Army appears in the manga adaptation of the sixteenth movie, where they play the same role.

Moves used

Red Genesect
Move First Used In
Techno Blast Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Extreme Speed Genesect and the Legend Awakened*
Blaze Kick Genesect and the Legend Awakened*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

In the core series

A Japanese event distributed a game counterpart of the Red Genesect at theaters across Japan from July 13 to September 30, 2013 and during a pre-release event on June 29, 2013. In Taiwan, players who purchased tickets for the sixteenth movie could also receive Genesect at various branches of Funbox from August 16 to September 15, 2013. It was later distrbuted in South Korea from January 9 to 15, 2014. This Genesect has an IV of 31 for both Attack and Speed. These events are presently the only way to obtain a Shiny Genesect.

In Pokémon HOME, there is a challenge for depositing and registering a Shiny Genesect in the game's National Pokédex.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Battle Moves Ribbons
Cherish Ball summary IV.png Genesect* Dex No. 649 Hasty nature. Normal Extreme Speed Wishing Ribbon
Lv. 100 Type   Normal Techno Blast
Spr 5b 649 s.png ShinyVStar.png Bug Steel Pokémon Movie 13 Fire Blaze Kick
OT えいがかん
영화관
Apparently had a Steel Shift Gear
ID No. 07133
01014
fateful encounter at This Pokémon was available in Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea
from 2013 to 2014.
Item Ability Lv. 100.
Choice Scarf Choice Scarf Download  
The date this Pokémon was received is determined by the date on the DS when the Wonder Card is received.
This Pokémon is English in origin.
Can be obtained with: B W B2 W2
Please go here to see this Pokémon's in-game effect.

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Tretta

The Red Genesect appears in Pokémon Tretta.

Tretta No. Name Type Class
P Red Genesect (Promotional Tretta) Bug Tretta Super class.png
 



In the TCG

The Genesect Army has served as the basis for many cards in the TCG, each known by different names. The following is a list of cards based on the Genesect Army.

Genesect Army
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Genesect Grass BW Black Star Promos   BW99 BW-P Promotional cards   231/BW-P
Genesect Grass BW Black Star Promos   BW86 BW-P Promotional cards   219/BW-P
 

Pokemon Coins

The red Genesect was released as a coin for the TCG.

MG Red Genesect Coin.png Initial release date Japanese July 13, 2013
International N/A
Korean December 16, 2013
Release information Japanese Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit
International N/A
Korean Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit
Description: Regular-sized, Red Speckle Holofoil, Black-backed Coin featuring Genesect released within the Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit in Japan July 13, 2013 and in South Korea December 16, 2013

Pokemon Pins

The Red Genesect was released as a pin for the TCG.

RedGenesectCollection Red Genesect Pin.jpg
Release Date September 25, 2013
Release Information Red Genesect Collection
Description Pin featuring the Red Genesect from the sixteenth movie

Merchandise

Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit

Main article: Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit (TCG)

One of many items released on July 13, 2013 was the Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit (Japanese: 30枚デッキ対戦set ミュウツーVSゲノセクト). Featured are the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo and the Paleozoic Pokémon Genesect as Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil cards, both of which have major roles in the sixteenth movie. The Mewtwo Half Deck includes purely Psychic Pokémon, while the Genesect Half Deck includes purely Grass Pokémon. The kit as a whole also comes with a play guide, damage counters, status counters, a coin, and a play mat.

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EX Battle Boost Campaign Pack

In conjunction with the combined release of Genesect and the Legend Awakened in cinemas, EX Battle Boost, and the Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit on July 13, 2013, three special packs were made available. The first was the EX Battle Boost Campaign Pack (Japanese: EXバトルブースト キャンペーンパック), which included a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card featuring the Red Genesect portrayed in the sixteenth movie, as well as four EX Battle Boost packs.

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Movie Commemoration Genesect Set

The second special pack released on July 13, 2013 was the Movie Commemoration Genesect Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念 ゲノセクトセット<劇場•ポケモンセンター> Movie Commemoration Genesect Set <Theater•Pokémon Center>), which contained another Shiny Genesect promotional card with a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil treatment. The pack also contained two Megalo Cannon booster packs and two EX Battle Boost booster packs. This pack could only be purchased at participating cinemas showing Genesect and the Legend Awakened and at Pokémon Centers.

Promotional card:

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Red Genesect Collection

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Featuring the Shiny Genesect from the sixteenth movie is the Red Genesect Collection. The Red Genesect Collection, released September 25, 2013, contains an all Reverse Holofoil Theme Deck centered around Genesect, a Genesect promotional card, 1 metallic Genesect coin, 2-player playmat/rulesheet, deckbox, damage counters, strategy sheet, a Genesect pin, and 2 Black & White Series booster packs. The Theme Deck contains many of the same Pokémon as the Mind Wipe Theme Deck from Plasma Blast, but with a much improved Trainer card line up.

Promotional cards:

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Genesect Sleeve Set

The Genesect Sleeve Set (Japanese: ゲノセクトデッキシールドセット<セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定> Genesect Deck Shield Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>) was the third special pack to be released on July 13, 2013, and was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and stores such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado. The pack contains one Megalo Cannon booster pack, one EX Battle Boost booster pack, and a set of 32 card sleeves featuring the Red Genesect portrayed in the sixteenth movie.

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Trivia

A C-Gear skin featuring Red Genesect


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