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Pokémon V-Trainer

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Pokémon V-Trainer are a set of interactive electronic toys that were released by Hasbro. The electronic device allows the player to use Pokémon figurines to catch wild Pokémon and battle Gym Leaders, Trainer cartridges, or another person. A complete system includes one battle figure, a games unit and a battle pack cartridge.

The V-Trainer does not have batteries initially, and requires a screwdriver to open the battery compartment and two AAA batteries. When the user first turns it on, the user should press the bottom-right button, then enter a Trainer name, which has a limit of five letters. The user starts off as a level 1 Trainer with unlimited Scratch attacks, and can only select a training battle until the user earns enough points to advance to the next level. There are other expansion packs with a battle pack and two Pokémon. Pokémon figurines come in three levels.

The player gets Trainer Points after battles, regardless of the outcome. When the player gets more Trainer Points, more attacks become available.


Master Quest

The following sets were released in 2002 to commemorate the fifth season of the anime.

Battle Packs

V Trainers Battle Units

V Trainers Capture Packs

Advanced Generation

The following sets were released in 2004 to commemorate the sixth season of the anime.

V Trainers 2.0 Battle Packs

V Trainers 2.0 Battle Unit


The following sets were made accidentally available for a short amount of time before being recalled, with some never appearing at all. They were all holographic.

Recalled 3rd Series

Promotional Items

The following V Trainers were released as promotional items or released in giveaways by Hasbro.

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List of Trainers

List of Pokémon

This is the list of Pokémon that the player can use to battle.

001 Bulbasaur*
004 Charmander*
006 Charizard
009 Blastoise*
025 Pikachu
026 Raichu
065 Alakazam
136 Flareon*
149 Dragonite
150 Mewtwo
152 Chikorita
155 Cyndaquil
158 Totodile
160 Feraligatr
161 Sentret
164 Noctowl
166 Ledian
167 Spinarak
172 Pichu
181 Ampharos
196 Espeon
197 Umbreon*
200 Misdreavus
208 Steelix
214 Heracross
215 Sneasel
216 Teddiursa
229 Houndoom
231 Phanpy
243 Raikou*
244 Entei*
245 Suicune
248 Tyranitar
252 Treecko
254 Sceptile
255 Torchic
257 Blaziken
258 Mudkip
259 Marshtomp
376 Metagross*
384 Rayquaza*
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