|Member of||Project Mew|
|Anime debut||Time After Time!|
|English voice actor||Jenny Yokobori|
|Japanese voice actor||Ayahi Takagaki|
In the anime
Three years prior to Time After Time!, Horace encountered Goh while he was out searching for a Celebi. The two quickly became friends after realizing they were both looking for Mythical Pokémon and are equally knowledgeable. With the help of Mr. Norris's Sunflora, they searched for Celebi together in the Ilex Forest, only to encounter several wild Pokémon that scared them off.
They agreed to meet again the next day, but unknown to Goh, Horace had fallen ill and was unable to make it that day. Goh assumed Horace had stood him up and began holding a grudge against him.
A year later, Horace returned to the forest where he discovered the Ilex Forest shrine. He begged Celebi to take him back to a year ago so he could keep his promise with Goh, but his wish was never granted. Horace instead wrote an apology letter and put it inside of the shrine, hoping Goh would come back and find it.
Two years later, in the present day, Horace had become a Trainer and had a partner Chikorita. He returned to the shrine, where he reunited with Goh, who had discovered the letter. The two apologized for what happened in the past and rekindled their friendship.
Horace reappeared in JN102, where he was revealed to be a member of Project Mew. Horace was seen at Seafoam Islands, battling a Cloyster with his Bayleef when he encountered Ash and Goh. He allowed Goh to catch the Cloyster and joined them in exploring Seafoam Islands in search of an Articuno, also encountering Gary along the way. Upon finding Articuno, Horace took part in a Raid Battle against it, using Bayleef, Indeedee, and Gardevoir, only for Articuno to eventually fly away. After the battle, Horace motivated Goh to do his best, while Gary criticized this way of thinking that Horace and Goh have. Soon after, each of them departed on a different path.
In JN110, Horace and Gardevoir took part in a Project Mew challenge of exploring Sea Mauville, where he encountered Goh once more. They teamed up to explore Sea Mauville, defeating multiple Trainers along the way until they were the last two remaining. Danika then informed them that in order to win Project Mew tokens, they would have to battle each other. At first, Horace declined, not wanting to battle Goh, but was soon convinced to battle. Gardevoir eventually won against Inteleon, earning him three new tokens as a result.
In JN113, Horace cleared his final Trial Mission and qualified as a Chaser, along with Goh and Gary.
Horace is shown to be very generous and kind, caring about other Challengers who were after Articuno and helping Goh to capture a Cloyster. This Horace's way of thinking is even reflected on his Pokémon, which use strategies more focused on preserving companions and which are known for being more defensive and focused on healing moves, such as Indeedee and Gardevoir. During the Raid Battle against Articuno, Horace held the party's support position, healing and protecting his allies. While the strategy proved to be advantageous, it failed to do much when his Pokémon were the last ones to remain in battle. Despite this, his participation in the battle was approved by Project Mew, giving Horace a greater number of Tokens than usual.
Horace joins Project Mew with the intention of discovering every Psychic-type Pokémon, in the hopes that such research will lead him to Celebi, due to it also being part of that type. Regarding Goh, Horace is shown to be very supportive, but during the battle that the two participated in, Horace had to call on him for the reason to be able to focus on the battle as a teammate.
In JN110, Horace was reluctant to battle Goh in order to win Project Mew tokens but Goh eventually convinced him to battle.
|Bayleef is Horace's first known Pokémon. It first appeared as a Chikorita when Horace visited the Ilex Forest shrine and reunited with Goh.
It reappeared in JN102, where it was revealed to have evolved into Bayleef. It was seen battling a Cloyster in the Seafoam Islands, which Horace allowed Goh to catch. It was later used in the Raid Battle against an Articuno, where it used Vine Whip to hold it in place whilst Arcanine and Pikachu attacked it before being defeated.
|Debut||Time After Time!|
|Indeedee is Horace's second known Pokémon. She was the first Pokémon Horace used in his Raid Battle against an Articuno, only to be quickly defeated.
None of Indeedee's moves are known.
|Gardevoir is Horace's third known Pokémon. It was the second Pokémon Horace used in his Raid Battle against an Articuno. Gardevoir helped to protect the other Pokémon from damage and healed Goh's Cinderace but was eventually defeated.|
Horace has completed the following Trial Missions:
- Raid Battle against Articuno - 4 Project Mew Tokens (JN102)
- Unknown Trial Mission - 1 Project Mew Token (prior to JN110)
- Sea Mauville battle royale - 3 Project Mew Tokens (JN110)
- Follow the sacred footprints - 3 Project Mew Tokens (JN113)
|Japanese||トキオ Tokio||From 時 toki (time)|
|Horace||From hōra (Latin for time)|
|German||Hu||From Doctor Who, a British science fiction TV series about time and space travel|
|Italian||Gionata||From giornata (day)|
|Korean||시웅 Siung||From the hanja reading of the Japanese name 時雄 Tokio. Contains 시 (時) si (time).|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||時央 Shíyāng||From the Japanese name 時央 Tokio. Contains 時 shí (time).|
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