Lumiose Gang Member (Trainer class)

Lumiose Gang Member
ミアレギャング Miare Gang
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Art from X and Y
Other names
Introduced in Generation VI
Appears in X and Y
Gender Both
Counterpart {{{counterpart}}}
Notable members Emma (Adventures, formerly)
Anime debut [[]]
TCG debut [[(TCG)|]]
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Manga debut PS578 (Adventures)

A Lumiose Gang Member (Japanese: ミアレギャング Miare Gang) is a type of Pokémon Trainer introduced in Generation VI. Lumiose Gang Members, as their name implies, reside in Lumiose City. The Lumiose Gang consists of two Punk Girls and one Punk Guy. They appear in the post-game Looker storyline of Pokémon X and Y, starting with Chapter 3.

Appearance

  
VS portraits from
X and Y
  
Overworld models from
X and Y

Trainer list

Pokémon X and Y


In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

 
The Lumiose Gang in Pokémon Adventures
 
The Lumiose Gang as dancers

The Lumiose Gang debuts in the X & Y chapter. In this series, the Lumiose Gang is formed from a group of homeless children and Pokémon that lived in the alleyways of Lumiose City. Emma served as the Lumiose Gang's leader until she eventually moved in with Cassius.

Three months after Team Flare's defeat in Epilogue, Tierno made a name for himself by dancing in the Lumiose City alleyways. Several Lumiose Gang members eventually decided to join Tierno to form a dancing group.

Pokémon

 

 
Snubbull → Granbull
Granbull is the Lumiose Gang's first known Pokémon. It was first seen as a Snubbull in Emma's flashback to her past as a Lumiose Gang member. It kept the children safe while they lived on the streets.

None of Granbull's moves are known.

Debut PS578
 
Whimsicott
Whimsicott is the Lumiose Gang's second known Pokémon. It was first seen in Emma's flashback to her past as a Lumiose Gang member. It kept the children safe while they lived on the streets.

None of Whimsicott's moves are known.

Debut PS578

Trivia

  • In the English version, the Lumiose Gang Members are named after celestial objects Sedna, Eris, and Nix. In the Japanese version, their names are Latin for jewel, ivory, and marble respectively.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 密阿雷幫 / 密阿雷帮 Mìāléi Bāng
  French Gang des Allumés
  German Illumina-Gangster
  Italian Gang di Luminopoli
  Korean 미르갱 Mireu Gang
  Spanish Malotes de Luminalia



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