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Natural Harmonia Gropius
ナチュラル・ハルモニア・グロピウス Natural Harmonia Gropius
Black 2 White 2 N.png
Art from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2
Age 18-20BW
20-22B2W2[1][2]
Gender Male
Eye color Gray, Blue, Green
Hair color Tea green
Hometown N's Castle
Region Unova
Relatives Ghetsis (foster father)
Anthea and Concordia (foster sisters)
Trainer class Pokémon Trainer,
Team Plasma
Generation V, VII
Games Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Masters EX
Member of Team Plasma
Rank King
Game animation debut Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Animated Trailer
English voice actor Tom Wayland (B2W2AT)
Grant George (Generations)
Daman Mills[3] (Masters EX)
Chris Hackney (Evolutions)
Brittany Lauda (Evolutions, young)
Japanese voice actor Hiroshi Kamiya (B2W2AT)
Akira Ishida (Generations)
Hikaru Midorikawa[4] (Masters EX)
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Evolutions)
Chiyuki Miura (Evolutions, young)
Anime counterpart N
Counterpart debut New Places... Familiar Faces!
Manga counterpart(s) N

N (Japanese: N) is a character in Black, White, Black 2, and White 2. In Pokémon Black and White, he is one of the player's rivals, the puppet leader of Team Plasma, and aspires to create separate worlds for humans and Pokémon. His full name is Natural Harmonia Gropius (Japanese: ナチュラル・ハルモニア・グロピウス Natural Harmonia Gropius).[5]

In the core series

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N as a child
 
A close-up of N in his castle after the final battle

When N was young, he was orphaned and left in the woods; there, he was raised by Pokémon. One day, Ghetsis came, claiming to be his father, and raised him to be king of Team Plasma. According to Concordia, "N's heart is pure and innocent".

As a child, he was raised together with Pokémon and was isolated from humans. Ghetsis would only let N see Pokémon that had been hurt by humans. Based on the contents of his room in his castle, as a child he appeared to be interested in skateboarding, transportation (such as planes and trains), basketball, and darts. He also had many brand new toys. Pokémon have played with his toys, as his skateboard is covered in claw marks and scratches. The Seven Sages educated him in many subjects.

In the opening of Black and White, N is clothed in special garb and is crowned by Ghetsis in the throne room of N's Castle. During the ceremony, as the other sages watch, N remembers his childhood spent with his Pokémon friends.

In Black and White, N serves as an anti-villain, being the secondary antagonist, yet a good-natured person who sees Pokémon as his friends and is generally rather amicable toward the player as well. At several points during the game, he appears before the player to battle.

In Black and White, the player first meets N in Accumula Town after Team Plasma's public rally and Ghetsis' speech, where he challenges the player to a Pokémon battle. He again appears outside of the Nacrene Gym, for another battle, and later at Nimbasa City, where he asks the player to talk to him while riding the Rondez-View Ferris Wheel. During this excursion, N reveals that he is the leader of Team Plasma; Ghetsis had asked him to assist him in Team Plasma's liberation of Pokémon. It is confirmed after the ride when a group of Plasma Grunts address him as their leader, and he battles the player to allow them time to get away. He is again encountered at the Chargestone Cave, where he battles the player, and lastly, in Dragonspiral Tower, where he successfully befriends ZekromB/ReshiramW.

When the player challenges the Pokémon League, after beating the Elite Four, the player finds N having already defeated Champion Alder. When the player arrives, N summons his castle from under the ground. The castle attaches itself to the Pokémon League, and as he enters the castle, N challenges the player to come and face him.

Within the castle's throne room, N tells the player that his goal is to create separate worlds for both humans and Pokémon, saying that he is willing to battle even if his Pokémon are hurt. To combat the player, he summons ZekromB/ReshiramW. As N's dragon appears, the player's Light StoneB/Dark StoneW is revived into the opposing dragon, and N encourages the player to battle it.

Once the dragon is caught, N will challenge the player. After N is defeated, Ghetsis appears and reveals he had made N befriend ZekromB/ReshiramW, having used him all along, with his intention having been for him to remain the only Pokémon user and thus rule over everybody else. Ghetsis battles the player in a rage, despite N's protest. After the battle, Alder and Cheren arrest Ghetsis and take him away.

After the battle, N apologizes, walks to a hole to outside on edge of the throne room, lets out his Legendary Pokémon, and bids a final farewell to the player. Then, after the credit-roll, an epilogue movie plays in which ZekromB/ReshiramW, with N on top, hovers above the clouds and, activating its tail's engine, accelerates away.

After the player finds the other six sages for Looker, he says that he has heard that N was seen in a distant land with a Dragon-type Pokémon.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, N returns to save Kyurem from Ghetsis at the Giant Chasm. When his Legendary dragon is absorbed by Kyurem to transform to Black KyuremB2/White KyuremW2, he pleads the player to stop Ghetsis and get it back. After Kyurem and Ghetsis have been defeated, N will thank the player and leave. He's later found again at the entrance to Victory Road, giving the player HM05 (Waterfall).

After the player has entered the Hall of Fame, N will appear in Nimbasa City at the Rondez-View Ferris Wheel on Fridays, and N's Zoroark will appear on Victory Road, leading the player to the ruins of N's Castle, which N and the player walk around together. In the throne room, N asks the player to battle him and his ZekromB2/ReshiramW2. After the player defeats him, N reverts his dragon to its dormant stone form and gives it to the player, telling them to go to Dragonspiral Tower to revive and catch it.

After the player has battled against ZekromB2/ReshiramW2 at Dragonspiral Tower, N arrives to congratulate the player and informs that Kyurem has returned to the Giant Chasm. After Kyurem has been caught or knocked out by the player, N can be met at the Rondez-View Ferris Wheel on Fridays. N then returns to the ruins of his castle, which now form part of Victory Road, for a rematch with different Pokémon depending on the season.

Pokémon

Pokémon Black and White

First battle



Second battle



Third battle



Fourth battle



Fifth battle
Pokémon Black



Pokémon White



Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

First battle
Pokémon Black 2



Pokémon White 2



Season battles
Spring battle



Summer battle



Autumn battle



Winter battle



Released
Main article: N's Pokémon

These Pokémon were released by N at some point before the events of Black 2 and White 2. Once the player has used the Memory Link function to see a flashback of N releasing his Pokémon, they can encounter these Pokémon in the wild and catch them. The only exception to this is Zorua, which can be received as a gift from Rood without the need to use Memory Link. Once caught, these Pokémon will have N as their Original Trainer and N's Trainer ID number.

Route 2 Pinwheel Forest
 
Type:
Dark Unknown
Ability:
Limber or Unburden
Held item:
  None  
Purrloin Lv.7*
Scratch
Normal Physical
Growl
Normal Status
Assist
Normal Status
  --  
   
 
Types:
Normal Flying
Ability:
Big Pecks or Super Luck
Held item:
  None  
Pidove Lv.13*
Gust
Flying Special
Quick Attack
Normal Physical
Leer
Normal Status
Growl
Normal Status
 
Type:
Fighting Unknown
Ability:
Guts or Sheer Force
Held item:
  None  
Timburr Lv.13*
Leer
Normal Status
Focus Energy
Normal Status
Bide
Normal Physical
Low Kick
Fighting Physical
 
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Swift Swim or Hydration
Held item:
  None  
Tympole Lv.13*
Growl
Normal Status
Supersonic
Normal Status
Round
Normal Special
BubbleBeam
Water Special
Wellspring Cave Desert Resort
 
Types:
Psychic Flying
Ability:
Unaware or Klutz
Held item:
  None  
Woobat Lv.55*
Air Slash
Flying Special
Future Sight
Psychic Special
Psychic
Psychic Special
Endeavor
Normal Physical
 
Types:
Ground Dark
Ability:
Intimidate or Moxie
Held item:
  None  
Sandile Lv.22*
Sand Tomb
Ground Physical
Assurance
Dark Physical
Mud-Slap
Ground Special
Embargo
Dark Status
 
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Hustle
Held item:
  None  
Darumaka Lv.22*
Headbutt
Normal Physical
Uproar
Normal Special
Facade
Normal Physical
Fire Punch
Fire Physical
 
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Zen Mode
Held item:
  None  
Darmanitan Lv.35*
Thrash
Normal Physical
Belly Drum
Normal Status
Flare Blitz
Fire Physical
Hammer Arm
Fighting Physical
Desert Resort Driftveil City*
 
Types:
Dark Fighting
Ability:
Shed Skin or Moxie
Held item:
  None  
Scraggy Lv.22*
Faint Attack
Dark Physical
Headbutt
Normal Physical
Swagger
Normal Status
Brick Break
Fighting Physical
 
Types:
Psychic Flying
Ability:
Wonder Skin or Magic Guard
Held item:
  None  
Sigilyph Lv.22*
Tailwind
Flying Status
Whirlwind
Normal Status
Psybeam
Psychic Special
Air Cutter
Flying Special
 
Type:
Dark Unknown
Ability:
Illusion
Held item:
  None  
Zorua Lv.25*
Fury Swipes
Normal Physical
Faint Attack
Dark Physical
Scary Face
Normal Status
Taunt
Dark Status
Chargestone Cave
 
Type:
Rock Unknown
Ability:
Sturdy
Held item:
  None  
Boldore Lv.28*
Mud-Slap
Ground Special
Iron Defense
Steel Status
Smack Down
Rock Physical
Power Gem
Rock Special
 
Types:
Bug Electric
Ability:
Compoundeyes or Unnerve
Held item:
  None  
Joltik Lv.28*
Electroweb
Electric Special
Bug Bite
Bug Physical
Gastro Acid
Poison Status
Slash
Normal Physical
 
Types:
Grass Steel
Ability:
Iron Barbs
Held item:
  None  
Ferroseed Lv.28*
Metal Claw
Steel Physical
Pin Missile
Bug Physical
Gyro Ball
Steel Physical
Iron Defense
Steel Status
 
Type:
Steel Unknown
Ability:
Plus or Minus
Held item:
  None  
Klink Lv.28*
ThunderShock
Electric Special
Gear Grind
Steel Physical
Bind
Normal Physical
Charge Beam
Electric Special

In spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: N (Masters)

Artwork

       
Artwork with Zekrom Artwork with Reshiram Artwork with Zorua
for White Day
by Megumi Mizutani
   
Black and White artwork Concept artwork "The Puzzle that N Carries"

Sprites

       
Sprite from
Black and White
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Overworld sprite from
Generation V
VS sprite from
Generation V

Quotes

Main article: N/Quotes

In the anime

 
N in the anime

Main series

Main article: N (anime)

N appeared as a recurring character in the Pokémon anime. He is a mysterious young man with the ability to understand what Pokémon are saying. After encountering Ash and his friends, N joined them on their search for the White Ruins and their battle against Team Plasma.

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 Animated Trailer

 
N in the animated trailer

N appeared in the beginning of the Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Animated Trailer, in which he was seen at Dragonspiral Tower, telling the viewers to think of their Pokémon and asking them what they are striving for.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 神谷浩史 Hiroshi Kamiya
English Tom Wayland
European Spanish Antonio Domínguez


Pokémon Generations

N appeared in The King Returns. He is seen arriving at the Giant Chasm with a Reshiram, intending to confront Ghetsis and prevent him from using Kyurem's power to attack the Unova region. However, their attempt to stop Ghetsis failed, as he used the DNA Splicers to fuse Reshiram with Kyurem and create White Kyurem. Then, N witnessed the arrival of Hilbert aboard his Zekrom and was relieved by the intervention.

Pokémon

Lost
 
Reshiram
Reshiram is N's only known Pokémon. It appeared when N tried to stop Ghetsis from freezing Unova with Kyurem's power. Reshiram battled with Kyurem, but thanks to the DNA Splicers, Reshiram ended up getting fused with Kyurem which resulted in it becoming White Kyurem.

Reshiram's known moves are Fusion Flare and Flamethrower.

Debut The King Returns

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 石田彰 Akira Ishida
English Grant George
European Spanish Carlos Lladó


GOTCHA!

N briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

Pokémon Evolutions

N appeared in The Plan. Through flashbacks, he was shown being found by Ghetsis as a child and his manipulation by Team Plasma - being crowned as their king, joining their plan to liberate Pokémon, summoning Zekrom with the Dark Stone, and using it to defeat Alder. Eventually, N and Zekrom prepared to battle Hilda at Ghetsis' urging.

Pokémon

Owned
 
Purrloin
Purrloin was shown alongside N as he listened to Ghetsis' plan in Accumula Town to liberate all Pokémon.

None of Purrloin's moves are known.

Debut The Plan
 
Zekrom
Zekrom was summoned by N using the Dark Stone at the Dragonspiral Tower as part of a test by Ghetsis. He later used it to battle Alder and his Volcarona and won after a hard battle, and also summoned it to battle Hilda.

None of Zekrom's moves are known.

Debut The Plan
Befriended
 
Zorua
Main article: N's Zorua

N's Zorua appeared in a flashback in The Plan, living with N when he was found by Ghetsis as a child.

None of Zorua's moves are known.

Debut The Plan

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 松岡禎丞 Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
English Chris Hackney
Brazilian Portuguese Gustavo Berriel (adult)
Filipe Gimenez (child)


In the manga

Pocket Monsters BW

 
N in Pocket Monsters BW

N first appears in the third chapter of Pocket Monsters BW, where he shows his ability to communicate with Pokémon which Red's Clefairy tries to record and sell for money.

Pokémon

Purrloin
Purrloin was only shown interacting with N while Clefairy was recording N's voice to sell CD's. Due to this brief appearace, it is not known if it is a permanent member of N's team.

None of Purrloin's moves are known.

Debut PMBW03


Pocket Monsters BW: Meetings with the Legends

N appeared in Pocket Monsters BW: Meetings with the Legends.

Pokémon

Zekrom
Zekrom was revived in Dragonspiral Tower. After Touya had a brief discussion with N about what he was doing, N flew away on Zekrom.

None of Zekrom's moves are known.

Debut MWL1

Pocket Monsters BW: The Heroes of Fire and Thunder

 
N in Pocket Monsters BW: The Heroes of Fire and Thunder

N appears in every chapter of Pocket Monsters BW: The Heroes of Fire and Thunder as the king of Team Plasma, known for harshly punishing any failure by grunts and wishing to turn Unova into a country inhabited only by Pokémon. He is first seen wearing a cape in a town in Unova, where he is approached by Shin who asks him for a battle, impressed by his Purrloin. He responds that he is not a Pokémon Trainer, but merely a Traveler. Several Team Plasma grunts then appear and snatch up his Purrloin, not realising that he is their boss. Shin is angry about them stealing Pokémon, but N states that he should not get involved because it'd be dangerous for him, but Shin replies that he doesn't mind.

As they follow the grunts, N questions Shin's reasons for desperately trying to rescue his Purrloin if he is just a Pokémon Trainer who uses Pokémon as tools, to which he replies that traveling together with a Pokémon is just more fun. N overhears a pair of Pidove talking, to which Shin begs N to teach him how to understand Pokémon language, leading N to call him an odd Pokémon Trainer.

Catching up with Togari in a rocky plateau, he wonders why humans give orders to Pokémon to make them hurt each other, and tells Shin he is just saving Pokémon to make himself feel good, which he rejects, stating that being with a Pokémon is more fun for both the Trainer and the Pokémon as N hears Shin and his Tepig's voices in unison. N feels that Shin is stirring some emotion within him, saying that Shin really is an odd Pokémon Trainer for getting Purrloin back for him, and Shin decides to travel together with N as his journey will be more fun if they're together.

The second chapter starts as Shin and N are trying to return a Blitzle to its Zebstrika herd, but though having being asked to by the Blitzle, the Zebstrika are too scared to think because they are humans. N, realising this when Shin attacks with his Pignite, jumps in the way and takes the attack instead, getting severely burned upon his arms. He says that despite being in pain, it's fine if to stop a Pokémon from being hurt, explaining his dream to create a world where Pokémon can live happily by using the power of Legendary Pokémon.

 
N and Shin

Shin replies that it's a dream he will support too, but N advises him to find his own dream. As they arrive at Dragonspiral Tower, N and Shin are separated by a falling pillar. N suggests that they should each make their separate way to the top floor where the Legendary Pokémon resides, but as Shin tries to ascend the tower, he is met by Togari who blocks him upon the orders of his "King"—to give him time to befriend Zekrom.

Finally, Shin arrives, and is surprised that no-one is there but N. N introduces Shin to his new friend who will fulfill his dream, Zekrom, this time stating in full that his dream is to free Pokémon from foolish humans and create a place they can live happily by making a country just for Pokémon. Shin realises his dream is the same as the dream of the "King" of Team Plasma, to which N replies is him himself, and argues that there is no other choice as the world as it exists just gets Pokémon hurt. As he flies off upon Zekrom's back, he tells Shin that though he despises humans, Shin alone he'll allow to live in the world he creates.

In chapters three and four N is shown standing on the rubble of the Pokémon League having defeated the Elite Four and states Alder is next; and is explained by Alder that N told him that nobody but a Pokémon Trainer by the name of Shin could stand up to him, and sent Alder to help him become the Hero of Fire by controlling Reshiram.

In the final chapter Shin arrives at the secret headquarters of Team Plasma, N's Castle to fight N. N decides that Shin is after all just another human who cannot hear the weeping voices of Pokémon, summoning Zekrom to do battle and easily defeating Shin, saying that the strength of the Legendary Pokémon depend on how strong their hero's ideal or truth is, with his being the strongest having heard the weeping voices of Pokémon for so long, and the pain of separation will be only an instant of pain among a future free of it, as while humans live together with Pokémon, there will always be Pokémon hurt and crying somewhere.

Shin replies that if he was a real hero he'd save everyone, not just Pokémon, to which N replies that if that is true, show him his resolution through Reshiram. However, Shin gets defeated again, with him and Reshiram getting trapped under rubble, and Emboar unable to produce a flame. Yet he proclaims that he'll never give in until the very end, and Reshiram sets Emboar's fist on fire with its flame, to give it the power to attack through Zekrom's shield of thunder. However, as Emboar attempts to punch through it, instead it combines with the flame on his fist to become a piece of the Original Pokémon's power, a ball of flaming thunder, and Shin states that while N may be strong alone, Emboar's power now is a power they have only created by everyone working together, and Emboar punches out Zekrom.

Some time later, N lies together with Shin on the roof of his castle, realising that perhaps the world is not as black and white as he calculated, and that he will disband Team Plasma and rework his ideals over again from the start. Admitting that he too enjoyed their battle, he bids farewell to Shin as he flies off on Zekrom, wishing that perhaps one day they may meet and battle again.

Pokémon

N refuses to call the Pokémon he befriends "his Pokémon", instead naming them "his friends".

 
Purrloin
Purrloin is the first Pokémon seen in N's possession. It is stolen by Team Plasma grunts attempting to win N's favor, yet not knowing they are stealing it from N. Shin helps N defeat Togari and get it back. Later, he uses it to deliver a letter to Togari.

None of Purrloin's moves are known.

Debut FAT1
 
Zekrom
Zekrom is N's second known Pokémon. Atop Dragonspiral Tower, it responds to N's commitment to his ideals and allows him to befriend it. He later uses it to destroy the Pokémon League and battle against Shin.

Zekrom's known moves are Fusion Bolt and Dragon Claw.

Debut FAT2

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: N (Adventures)

N appears as a major supporting character in Pokémon Adventures.

In the TCG

 
Art by Megumi Mizutani for the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring N or his Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

N's Pokémon
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 #
Reshiram & Zekrom    Cosmic Eclipse   157/236 Dream League   036/049
Cosmic Eclipse   222/236 Dream League   064/049
Cosmic Eclipse   259/236 Dream League   071/049
Other related cards
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
N Su Noble Victories   92/101 Red Collection   066/066
Noble Victories   101/101 Red Collection   071/066
Dark Explorers   96/108 Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck   016/018
      Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck   016/018
BW Black Star Promos   BW100 BW-P Promotional cards   180/BW-P
      BW-P Promotional cards   218/BW-P
Fates Collide   105/124 Awakening Psychic King   076/078
      Zygarde-EX Perfect Battle Deck   014/019
Yellow A Alternate cards   105a/124 The Best of XY   180/171
N's Resolve Su Cosmic Eclipse   200/236 Dream League   045/049
Cosmic Eclipse   232/236 Dream League   066/049
 


Trivia

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  • N shares several similarities with AZ from the Generation VI games.
    • Both use names made up of just capital letters.
    • They both befriend the player at the end of the game.
    • Both of their identities are unknown until late in the game.
    • Both are related to the leaders of villainous teams.
    • Both hold the title of king before being dethroned in some way.
  • The cube hanging from N's belt is a sliding puzzle similar to a Void Cube, and has been in his possession since childhood. It's one of many design elements reflecting the character's mathematical motif, and also resembles the first iteration of a Menger sponge, a geometric figure that simultaneously has infinite surface area and zero volume.
    • N's concept artwork and the accompanying notes indicate that the puzzle cube might have been relevant to the game's plot at one point and was going to show a central cube with a keyhole that would appear when the puzzle was solved.
  • Counting from middle C = 1, the notes in the four ascending arpeggios at the start of N's battle themes correspond to the first eight prime numbers (D, E, G, B, F', A', E'', G'' = 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19).
  • N, Bianca, and Cheren are the only Trainers in Pokémon Black and White with animated battle sprites.
  • Unlike most recurring characters, N battles with a completely different team in every appearance.
  • Even if the player battles his Zekrom or Reshiram in Easy Mode or Challenge Mode, where it is levels 65 and 75 respectively, it will still be level 70 when the player battles it at Dragonspiral Tower.
  • N has used all 17 types of Pokémon that existed in Generation V.
  • Of the four seasonal teams he uses in Black 2 and White 2, his winter team is the only one to have a Pokémon introduced in Generation V: Vanilluxe.
  • Over the course of the games he appears in, N uses Pokémon of 42 different species, more than any other NPC in the Pokémon games.
  • N is fought the most times of all villainous team leader. However, he uses the Pokémon Trainer class during his first two battles.
  • N speaks very quickly, as indicated by the fact that his dialogue is printed faster than that of other characters and by Cheren's comment upon first meeting him: "Slow down. You talk too fast." Regardless of what speed the player has the dialogue set at, N's dialogue prints at the fastest speed. If the dialogue is set to "fast", N's speech will print even faster, at a speed unique to him.
  • According to Junichi Masuda, N is rumored to have been born from Pokémon.[6]
  • N is 1.80 m tall (5'11").
  • An article in the May 2013 edition of PASH! estimated that N is about 20 years old.
  • N's Trainer ID number is 00002.
  • N is the only core series villainous team leader introduced as of Generation VII to not appear in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. This is likely because he was only Team Plasma's puppet leader, whereas Ghetsis, who did appear, is the true mastermind behind the organization.
    • N is also the only core series villainous team leader introduced as of Generation VII to not be encountered at Team Rocket's Castle.
  • N is the only person who is known to have turned down the chance to become a Champion.
  • In Pokémon Black and White, N's ZekromB/ReshiramW is programmed to always use Fusion BoltB/Fusion FlareW on the first turn of the final battle against N.
  • Aside from the final battle, all of N's teams in Pokémon Black and White consist of Pokémon found at or near of the area where he's battled.
  • According to the Theme Skills for N in Pokémon Masters EX, N is considered a rival.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese N From the Latin letter N and the starting letter of Natural
English, German, Spanish,
French, Italian, Portuguese,
Thai, Vietnamese
N
Korean N
Chinese
(Mandarin and Cantonese)
N*
N*


Natural Harmonia Gropius

Language Name Origin
Japanese ナチュラル・ハルモニア・グロピウス
Natural Harmonia Gropius
From natural number, natural, enharmonic, harmonic function, or Harmonia (Greek goddess of harmony) with Gropius possibly being a reference to the Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius
English, German,
French, Italian
Natural Harmonia Gropius
Spanish Natural Armonia Gropius
Korean 내추럴 하르모니아 그로피우스
Natural Harmonia Gropius


References

Related articles



King: N (animeAdventuresMasters)
Seven Sages: Ghetsis (Masters) • GormBroniusRoodZinzolinGialloRyoku
Notable members: Shadow TriadAnthea and ConcordiaColress
Lower members: Team Plasma GruntsTogari*Aldith*
Schwarz and Weiss*Barret*Whitley*Whitley's mother*
Buildings: N's CastleP2 LaboratoryPlasma Frigate


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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PM GreenBlueYellowGoldSilver
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NormanRoxanneBrawlyWattson
PMDP DiaKazuki
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PMXY ShaunaProfessor SycamoreSerena
PMSM HalaLillie


  This game character article is part of Project CharacterDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each character found in the Pokémon games.