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This article is about the original game player character whose name was initially Satoshi. For his anime counterpart named Satoshi in Japan, see Ash Ketchum. For the game paired with Pokémon Green Version, see Pokémon Red and Green Versions. For the game paired with Pokémon Blue Version, see Pokémon Red and Blue Versions.
Red
レッド Red
Sun Moon Red.png
Art from Sun and Moon
Age 11RBYFRLG
14GSCHGSS
19-29B2W2
21-31SMUSUM
Gender Male
Eye color Black*, Brown*
Hair color Black*, Brown*
Hometown Pallet Town
Region Kanto
Relatives Mom, unnamed father
Trainer class Pokémon TrainerRBYGSCFRLGHGSSB2W2SMUSUMPE
player characterRBYFRLG
ChampionGSCHGSS
Battle LegendSMUSUM
Generation I, II, III, IV, V, VII
Games Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black 2, White 2, Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!, Stadium (JP), Stadium 2
Champion of Indigo Plateau
Game animation debut Pokémon Origins
English voice actor Bryce Papenbrook
Japanese voice actor Junko Takeuchi
Anime counterpart Ash Ketchum, Red
Counterpart debut Pokémon - I Choose You!
Manga counterpart(s) Red, Red, Red, Red, Ash Ketchum, Satoshi, Shu

Red (Japanese: レッド Red) is the canon name of the player character in the Generation I games Pokémon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow and the male choice in their Generation III remakes Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, where his female counterpart is Leaf. Prior to Generation II, he was officially referred to as Satoshi (Japanese: サトシ).

Red is known throughout as the Champion from Pallet Town, as well as the living legend for his defeat of Team Rocket in Kanto during his quest. He is the final opponent in the Generation II games Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, their Generation IV remakes Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, and Pokémon Stadium 2. He is a participant in the Pokémon World Tournament's Champions Tournament in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 and works as a boss of the Battle Tree in the Generation VII games Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon.

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In the games

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Red is introduced as a curious 11-year-old (10 in the European releases) boy from Pallet Town. According to the instruction manuals of Pokémon Red, Green, and Blue Versions, Red gained an interest in Pokémon after his best friend, Blue, stopped playing with him and became a bully, although in the games Professor Oak says the two have been rivals since infancy. His adventure begins one day when Professor Oak calls the two to his lab for a starter Pokémon. Red has a choice of a Bulbasaur, Charmander, or SquirtleGRBFRLG. Depending on the Pokémon that Red chooses, Blue will choose the Pokémon that has a type advantage over itGRBFRLG. In Pokémon Yellow, Red was originally intended to get an Eevee, which was swiped by Blue. As a result, Blue keeps the Eevee and Red receives a Pikachu that Professor Oak caught earlierY. Blue challenges Red to a battle immediately to test out his new Pokémon, thinking he will easily beat Red.

After Red has made his way to Viridian City to the north and taken a package back to Oak in Pallet Town, Oak gives Red and Blue each a Pokédex with which to record data on all known Pokémon in the Kanto region to fulfill Oak's dream of creating a full guide on all Pokémon in Kanto. From here, Red and Blue journey across Kanto, collecting Pokémon to build up their teams, and defeating each of the Gym Leaders in turn, with Blue always one step ahead, showing up from time to time to impede Red's progress.

Red also comes across a gang of Pokémon thieves, Team Rocket, several times through his journey. He first encounters them trying to steal fossils within Mount Moon. Then he encounters a member who is running the Nugget Bridge challenge to recruit for the organization on Route 24; and another lone member who has stolen a TM from a family in Cerulean City. Eventually, Red uncovers a plot by Team Rocket, infiltrating their hideout beneath the Celadon Game Corner and encountering their boss, Giovanni. Defeating him and ousting Team Rocket from Celadon, Red uses the Silph Scope that Giovanni leaves behind to battle Ghost-type Pokémon and save Mr. Fuji in the Pokémon Tower in Lavender Town, who is being held hostage by Team Rocket. Red soon journeys into Saffron City in the heart of Kanto to find it overrun by Team Rocket, who is attempting to take the recently invented Master Ball from the Silph Co. President, and defeats Giovanni again, ending the group's plots for the time being.

With seven Badges in hand, Red encounters Giovanni for the final time—this time as the Leader of the Viridian Gym, his final obstacle before the Elite Four of Indigo Plateau. Red defeats him in battle, earning his eighth and final Badge—the Earth Badge. He disbands Team Rocket, promising to go into solo training to become a better Trainer.

Making it through Victory Road and finally to Indigo Plateau, Red challenges the Indigo League. First, he defeats the Elite Four and discovers, to his surprise, that Blue has defeated them before him and is therefore the Champion of Kanto. Red defeats Blue in the final battle, becoming the Champion himself, but then continues his training, rather than staying at Indigo Plateau. Encountering an offshoot of Team Rocket in the southern Sevii Islands, lead by Executive Archer, Red reveals with his Earth Badge that Giovanni has disbanded the organization, and, though defeated, the group there intends to revive Team Rocket and bring Giovanni back, having already made plans to force Pokémon to evolve with radio waves.

Red continues as a wandering Trainer, eventually making his way to the caves of Mt. Silver, where he trains his Pokémon alone. In the process, he becomes so distant from the people close to him that he does not even talk to his mom via phone anymore.

Eventually, Ethan, Kris, or Lyra arrives at Mt. Silver and challenges Red, identified only as a Pokémon Trainer. If defeated, Red vanishes from Mt. Silver, and returns every time the Elite Four is defeated again by the player of Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, or SoulSilver.

Some time later, Red has been shown to finally come back into public life, as he enters the Champions Tournament of the Pokémon World Tournament in the Unova region. In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, a visibly older Red is invited to work as the boss of Alola's Battle Tree along with Blue. When Elio or Selene first visits the Battle Tree, they will encounter Red and Blue and battle one of them. After RedSMUSUM or BlueUSUM is defeated at the Battle Tree proper, Red will reward the player with a full set of Kanto starter Mega Stones.

Red makes an appearance in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. If the player has defeated at least six Master Trainers and has six Pokémon in their party, Red can be found by the Indigo Plateau, where he may be challenged to a battle. Like during all Master Trainer battles, the player isn't allowed to use items from their Bag during this battle. After being defeated, Red will grant the player the title of Battle Master before leaving, though he will reappear for a rematch each time the player defeats the Elite Four.

Red also appears in Pokémon Stadium 2. He can battled in the Kanto Gym Leader Castle after the player has defeated all eight Kanto Gym Leaders, being the final opponent the player must defeat in order to clear the Gym Leader Castle challenge.

Pokémon

As the player character, Red can have on his team any of the 151 Pokémon available during Generation I. In Generation III, he can have any of the 386 Pokémon available at that time, though only after the player has obtained the National Pokédex.

When he is encountered as an opponent in Generation II and Generation IV, Red has a set team, based on Generation I in-game event Pokémon, and has the highest leveled trained Pokémon yet encountered in the series, with his Pikachu at level 81 in Generation II and at level 88 in Generation IV. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, when he is defeated, all Pokémon in the player's party receive the Legend Ribbon.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, he can be fought in the Pokémon World Tournament's Champions Tournament, using the same team he did in Generation IV, albeit with different movesets.

In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, Red once again uses his team from Generation IV, just with altered movesets. When battled in the Battle Tree proper, Red will use a randomly selected team from a preset selection of Pokémon.

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Red's team has notable differences to his previous teams, including Pokémon that he's never used in any of his previous NPC appearances.

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal



Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver



Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Red uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles.



Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

First possible battle


Battle Tree

Red uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles and two in Multi Battles.

Single Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)


Super Single Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)


Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!



Pokémon Stadium 2

Round 1


Round 2


Quotes

Red is portrayed as a silent character, and apart from exclamation points and question marks, his NPC speech consists entirely of ellipses.

Pokémon Gold and Silver

  • Before battle
"… …"
  • Upon being defeated
"…"
  • After being defeated
"… …"

Pokémon Crystal

  • Before battle
"…… ……"
  • Upon being defeated
"…"
  • After being defeated
"…… ……"

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

  • Before battle
"……………… ………………"
  • Upon being defeated
"…!"
  • After being defeated
"……………… ………………"

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

  • Before battle (all rounds)
"…"
  • Upon being defeated
"…!"
  • If the player is defeated
"…?"
  • After being defeated
"…!!"
  • After winning
"…?!"
  • In the lobby, after the tournament
"…!"

Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

First meeting
  • When first met
"… … …"
"… … …"
  • If the player chooses to battle Red
"…!"
  • Upon being defeated
"…!"
  • After being defeated
"…!"
  • After either he or Blue is defeated
"… … …"
Battle Tree (proper)
  • Before battle
"…"
  • If the player is defeated
"…"
  • Upon being defeated
"…"
  • After being defeated, outside
"…!"
"… … …!"
Battle Tree (super)
  • Before battle
"…!"
  • Upon being defeated
"…?"
  • If the player is defeated
"…!"

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

  • Before battle
"… …!"
  • Upon being defeated
"… … …"
  • After being defeated
"… … …!"

Pokémon Stadium 2

  • All quotes
"………"

Artwork

Red Green Red.png FireRed LeafGreen Red.png Red on bike.png Red on computer.png Capsule Monsters Red.png Charizard red stuff.jpg
Official art from
Generation I
Official art from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Riding his Bicycle Checking the PC Early artwork Riding his Pidgeot
Rival artwork.png Sugimori1996.png RGB guidebook.jpg Game Freak Red.jpg S2 Red artwork.png Red and Pikachu Artwork.png
Early artwork battling Blue Early artwork with
Blue, Charizard, and Pikachu
Starter artwork with
Blue and Green
In warm clothing, holding a shovel Art from Stadium 2 Red and Pikachu concept artwork
for Kotobukiya ArtFx J figurines

Sprites

Spr RG Red 1.png Spr RB Red 2.png Spr RG Red 2.png Spr Y Red.png Spr GS Red.png Spr FRLG Red.png FRLG Red Intro.png Spr HGSS Red.png
Sprite from
Red, Green, and Blue
Title screen sprite from
Red, Blue, and
JP Blue
Title screen sprite from
Red and Green
Sprite from
Yellow
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Intro sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Spr B2W2 Red.png RGB Red Back.png Y Red Back.png FRLG Red Back.png Red FRLG Credits.png Spr SM Red.png VSRed.png VSRed PE.png
Sprite from
Black 2 and
White 2
Backsprite from
Red, Green, and Blue
Backsprite from
Yellow
Backsprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Credits sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
In-battle model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
VS model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and
Ultra Moon
VS model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and
Let's Go, Eevee!
RedRGBwalkdown.png Red II OD.png RedFRLGwalkdown.png Red E OD.png Redwalkdown.png Red OD.png Red SM OD.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation I
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Overworld sprite from
Emerald
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Overworld model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
S2 Pokémon Trainer Red.png Colo Red.png XD Red.png
Portrait from
Stadium 2
Model from
Colosseum
Headshot from
Gale of Darkness

Optional names

Game Japanese English French German Italian Spanish
Red レッド Red
サトシ Satoshi
ジャック Jack
Red
Ash
Jack
Red
Sacha
Paul
Rot
Ash
Jack
Rosso
Ash
Gigi
Rojo
Ash
Jaime
Green (Japan)
Blue (international)
グリーン Green
シゲル Shigeru
ジョン John
Blue
Gary
John
Bleu
Regis
Jean
Blau
Gary
John
Blu
Gary
Pippo
Azul
Gary
Juan
Blue (Japan) ブルー Blue
ツネカズ Tsunekaz
ジャン Jean
Yellow イエロー Yellow
サトシ Satoshi
ジャック Jack
Yellow
Ash
Jack
Yellow
Sacha
Paul
Gelb
Ash
Jack
Giallo
Ash
Gigi
Gualdo
Ash
Jaime
FireRed
LeafGreen
グリーン Green
レッド Red
リーフ Leaf
ファイア Fire
シゲル Shigeru
ツネカズ Tsunekaz
サトル Satoru
サトシ Satoshi
ケン Ken
シゲキ Shigeki
ジャック Jack
ジャン Jean
ジョン John
カモン Kamon
タカシ Takashi
テツオ Tetsuo
トオル Tōru
ヒロキ Hiroki
マサオ Masao
タカオ Takao
タケヒロ Takehiro
ケイ Kei
ヒトシ Hitoshi
ヒロアキ Hiroaki
Green
Red
Leaf
Fire
Gary
Kaz
Toru
Ash
Kene
Geki
Jak
Janne
Jonn
Kamon
Karl
Taylor
Oscar
Hiro
Max
Jon
Ralph
Kay
Tosh
Roak
Green
Red
Leaf
Fire
Yan
Mael
Davy
Danny
Gurvan
Gontran
Polo
Zack
Mario
Loris
Max
Damien
Tom
Greg
Kamel
Franck
Ralph
Ayrton
Tosh
Vince
Grün
Rot
Blatt
Feuer
Gary
Hugo
Michael
Sven
Gerd
Hans
Jack
Jan
John
Daniel
Helge
Uli
Tobi
Udo
Bert
Jon
Ralf
Uwe
Chris
Rolf
Verde
Rosso
Green
Red
Gary
Damiano
Fabio
Ash
Dimitri
Attilio
Mattia
Silvano
Lucio
Kamon
Karl
Gabry
Oscar
Dino
Daniel
Manuele
Ralph
Ivano
Paolo
Enzo
Verte
Joro
Jaho
Guefo
Bosco
Floren
Silvio
Furio
Llamín
Candel
Juno
Juan
Juanma
Álvaro
Ral
Marino
Toilo
Ner
Max
Morel
Rafa
Ver
Lerio
Rodi


In the Super Smash Bros. series

Red in Super Smash Bros. Brawl with his Pokémon.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Red's hat appears as an alternate outfit worn by Pikachu from Super Smash Bros. Melee onward, possibly in specific reference to Pokémon Yellow Version (which, in turn, was inspired by the anime).

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Main article: Pokémon Trainer (Super Smash Bros.)

Red himself appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, named only as "Pokémon Trainer", with a team consisting of Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard. Rather than fighting himself, like the other human characters, Red sends his three Pokémon into battle, switching between them in order. He is voiced by Michele Knotz in the English version and 半場友恵 Tomoe Hanba in the Japanese version.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Though Red does not return as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U, his Charizard returns as an individual fighter. Instead, Red is featured as a trophy to represent Pokémon Trainers.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Red returns as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, alongside Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard. He is once again referred to by the title of "Pokémon Trainer" and has his Pokémon battle instead of directly fighting. Additionally, Leaf is featured as part of his palette swaps, sharing the same title.

In other games

Red makes an appearance in both Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness. While he does not appear in the games' Story Mode, he is playable in the Battle Mode when a FireRed or LeafGreen cartridge is used, with a male player character chosen. He can take on Mt. Battle's 100-battle challenge, as well as compete in Colosseum battles. Red also made a brief appearance in the debut trailer of Pokémon Battle Revolution, having a Double Battle against Leaf, using a Deoxys in its Attack Forme and a Wailord. Despite this, he didn't appear in the final cut of the game.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Red's Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Red'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 #
Red's Pikachu (SM-P Promo 270) Lightning       SM-P Promotional cards   270/SM-P
 

In the TFG

Red appears as a common Trainer figure in the launch set, Next Quest, of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game. A recolor of the original figure named Green, aptly colored with green clothes, appears as a Trainer figure in the Groundbreakers expansion.

Counterparts

In the anime

In the main series

Main article: Ash Ketchum
Main article: Ash Ketchum (M20)
Ash Ketchum, Red's anime counterpart

Red's anime counterpart, introduced in the first episode, is the anime's main character, Ash Ketchum. Like Red, Ash is from Pallet Town, on a journey to become a Pokémon Master. Unlike Red, Ash's journey did not end with Kanto, and Ash has continued through every other region introduced in the core series games, as well as the Orange Archipelago south of Kanto, taking the place of the player characters of Generation II during Johto and Generation V during Unova, and being joined by the anime counterparts of May, Dawn, and Serena during the Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Kalos sagas. Instead of starting with one of the standard three Kanto starters, however, Ash began his journey with a Pikachu, inspiring Pokémon Yellow's creation, as well as causing some to consider Red and Ash to be exactly the same person, most especially due to Red owning one as well.

Red has another anime counterpart, an alternate Ash Ketchum, who appeared in I Choose You! and The Power of Us; these Sun & Moon movies are set in a timeline separate from the main series. This Ash shares the same basic characteristics as the main Ash.

In Pokémon Origins

Main article: Red (Origins)

Red also had a direct counterpart that appeared as the main character of the Pokémon Origins mini-series, which takes place in a separate continuity. This counterpart shared Red's name, in-game role, and design from FireRed and LeafGreen.

In Pokémon Generations

Another direct counterpart of Red appeared in Pokémon Generations. He first appeared in The Adventure, where he caught a Pikachu in Viridian Forest. He then went on to experience various other adventures with his Pikachu across other regions, during which he encountered various wild and Legendary Pokémon.

Red briefly reappeared at the end of The Challenger, having just defeated the Elite Four at Indigo Plateau, and preparing to challenge Blue for the title of the Champion.

Like in the core series games, Red is not heard speaking during his appearances.

Pokémon
Red's Bulbasaur
Bulbasaur
Red was shown to own a Bulbasaur. While in Viridian Forest, he sent it out to battle a wild Pikachu, which he successfully caught.

None of Bulbasaur's moves are known.

Debut The Adventure
Red's Pikachu
Pikachu
Main article: Red's Pikachu (game)

Pikachu is one of Red's Pokémon and has been used by him in many of his battles.

Red encountered Pikachu while in Viridian Forest. He sent out his Bulbasaur against it, but caught it in a Poké Ball without battling. After catching it, Red immediately let it out its Poké Ball and had it battle a Caterpie.

Pikachu continued to travel with its trainer throughout Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, and Kalos, battling against Pokémon such as Wooper, Vigoroth, Probopass, Regigigas, Volcarona, and Noivern.

Debut The Adventure
Voice actors
Japanese Fumiko Orikasa
English Fumiko Orikasa
  • When Red caught Pikachu, he was revealed to have already obtained at least two other Pokémon besides Bulbasaur.
Achievements
Badges obtained

This listing is of the Badges Red has obtained in the Kanto region:

In the manga

Red, like most player characters, also has several counterparts in the various Pokémon manga series.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Main article: Red (Adventures)

Red is Red's direct counterpart in Pokémon Adventures.

In the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga

Red was briefly mentioned in Falkner The Bird Keeper's Challenge!! by Professor Oak, who said that Gold looks similar to him. However, due to the manga ending soon after Gold reaching Cianwood City, Red was never seen in the flesh.

In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga

Red in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Red made an appearance in the final chapter of Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure. He was first mentioned by Blue after 's battle with the Viridian Gym Leader. Jō later encountered Red when he reached the top of Mt. Silver, ready to battle him.

Pokémon

Red Pikachu JBA.png
Pikachu

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Main article: Ash Ketchum (EToP)

Red's anime counterpart, Ash Ketchum, appears in The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga.

In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga

Main article: Shu

Shu from Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All is based on Red.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Main article: Red (Pocket Monsters)

Red shares his game counterpart's name and appearance in Pokémon Pocket Monsters.

There is also a character in Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire named Red who is a rival of Red and is much stronger than him. This character is based on Red's appearance in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

In the Pokémon Zensho manga

Main article: Satoshi (Zensho)

Satoshi from Pokémon Zensho is based on Red.

Trivia

Red was once called "Satoshi" by Game Freak
Concept art of original series Ash's hat

<Player>: Hi!
Do you like POKéMON?

<Player>: Uh, no, I just asked you.

<Player>: Huh?
You’re strange!

COPYCAT: Hmm? Quit mimicking?
But, that’s my favorite hobby!

Similarly, after giving Copycat a Poké Doll and receiving TM31RGBY or having her teach Mimic to a compatible PokémonFRLG in return, another brief chatter ensues if the player talks to her again:

<Player>: Hi!
Thanks for earlier!

<Player>: Pardon?

<Player>: Is it that fun to mimic my
every move?

COPYCAT: You bet!
It’s a scream!

This implies that Red is speaking.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese レッド Red From Pokémon Red
English, French Red From Pokémon Red
German Rot From Pokémon Rote Edition (Pokémon Red)
Italian Rosso From Pokémon Versione Rossa (Pokémon Red)
Spanish Rojo From Pokémon Edición Roja (Pokémon Red)
Korean 레드 Redeu Transliteration of Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 赤紅 / 赤红 Chìhóng From 赤 chì / chek (red) and 紅 / 红 hóng / hùhng (red)
Chinese (Cantonese) 赤紅 Chekhùhng
Thai เรด Red Transliteration of his Japanese name

References



Non-player characters in the core series games
Kanto Professor OakMomRedGreenBlueTraceDaisyOld manBillMr. FujiSafari Zone WardenCopycatPrimo
Pokémon Fan Club ChairmanCelioLostelleTealaSelphyCalSteven StoneMayleneMinaCameronMr. Game
Team RocketGym guideGym LeadersElite FourName RaterDay-Care ManProfessors' aidesMagikarp salesman
Johto Professor ElmProfessor OakMomEthanLyraSilverMr. PokémonEusineLanceRedKiyoBaobaMagnusEarlKurtCarrie
MaryBuenaRadio DirectorHaircut brothersWebsterMasterLiWilmaPrimoMaximoJetDudeCameronMr. GameFelicityTeala
Team RocketGym guideGym LeadersFrontier BrainsKimono GirlsWeek SiblingsName RaterDay-Care CoupleProfessors' aides
Alola Professor KukuiMomLillieNebbyHauRotomProfessor BurnetMolayneSamson OakRyukiMohn
RedBlueWallyCynthiaGrimsleyColressSinaDexioLookerAnabelMorimotoIwao
Team SkullAether FoundationUltra Recon SquadTeam Rainbow Rocket
Trial CaptainsIsland KahunasElite FourName RaterJudgeMr. HyperGester


Core series: RedLeafEthanKrisLyraBrendanMay
LucasDawnHilbertHildaNateRosa
CalemSerenaElioSeleneChaseElaine
Side series: WesMichael
Spin-off games: LunickSolanaKellynKateBenSummerMarkMint
HeroHeroineLucy FleetfootTodd SnapTim Goodman

Games: BlueLanceRedStevenWallaceCynthia
AlderIrisDianthaTraceAll player characters
Anime: CaptainDrakeAsh KetchumLanceCynthia
WallaceAlderDianthaSteven
Origins: BlueRed
Generations: BlueCynthiaDianthaCalem
Adventures: Professor OakRedSidney
PhoebeGlaciaDrakeSteven
WallaceCynthiaAlderDiantha
EToP: DrakeAsh Ketchum
Zensho: ShigeruSatoshi
Other: Ronald*Rald*Glenn*

Super Smash Bros. series
Games: Super Smash Bros.Super Smash Bros. MeleeSuper Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii USuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
Characters: PikachuJigglypuffMewtwoPichu
Pokémon Trainer (SquirtleIvysaurCharizard) • LucarioGreninjaIncineroar
Stages: Saffron CityPokémon StadiumPoké FloatsPokémon Stadium 2Spear Pillar
Prism TowerUnova Pokémon LeagueKalos Pokémon League
Poké Ball: AbomasnowArceusArticunoBeedrillBellossomBlastoiseBonslyCelebiChansey
CharizardChespinChikoritaClefairyCyndaquilDarkraiDedenneDeoxysElectrode
EnteiEeveeFennekinFletchlingGardevoirGenesectGiratinaGogoatGoldeenGroudon
GulpinHitmonleeHo-OhInkayJirachiKeldeoKoffingKyogreKyuremLatias and Latios
LugiaManaphyMarillMeloettaMeowthMewMetagrossMoltresMunchlaxOnix
OshawottPalkiaPiplupPorygon2RaikouScizorSnivySnorlaxSpewpaStaryu
StarmieSuicuneSwirlixTogepiTorchicUnownVenusaurVictini
WeavileWeezingWobbuffetXerneasZapdosZoroark
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Misc: The Subspace EmissaryMy MusicFinal SmashPokémon ChangeBrawl cameos

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