Ren in Pokémon Journeys: The Series
|Anime debut||Legend? Go! Friends? Go!|
|English voice actor||Billy Kametz|
|Japanese voice actor||Noriaki Kanze|
In There's a New Kid in Town!, it was revealed that Ren had been helping Professor Cerise since he was a student, trying to do research on Yamper. However, Chloe disapproved of this and was always angry with him. Because of that, Ren always tried to research Yamper during times when Chloe was not around.
Ren debuted in Legend? Go! Friends? Go!, where he attended the opening of Cerise Laboratory. He later saw Professor Oak and Delia off as they returned to Pallet Town. In Ivysaur's Mysterious Tower!, he apologized for being late due to a traffic jam caused by an outbreak of Ivysaur.
He also seems to be afraid of paranormal activities and ghosts, including Gengar. Moreover, he believed Goh's claims regarding Gengar's curse. In JN052, it's revealed that he has been uncomfortable with such activities from the time when he was Cerise's student along with Endo.
Electric type Pokemon, especially those that look cute, are Ren's favorite Pokemon, as he has a Magnemite, whom he nicknamed 'Francois' and in Gotta Catch a What?!, when he called the Pikachu living in the mountains "cute".
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| Francois (Japanese:フランソワーズ Françoise) helped Ren when the power was cut at the Cerise Laboratory in Best Friend...Worst Nightmare!. After encountering a Gengar inside, Francois alerted Professor Cerise and Chrysa to Ren's location.
Francois's only known move is Thunder Wave*.
|Debut||Best Friend...Worst Nightmare!|
|Japanese||レンジ Renji||Possibly from 蓮 ren (lotus), orange, or 妙蓮寺駅 Myōrenji-eki (Myōrenji Station, a train station in Yokohama located one stop away from Kikuna Station on the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line)|
|English, French, Italian||Ren||Similar to his Japanese name and from 蓮 ren (Japanese for lotus)|
|German||René||Similar to his English name|
|Korean||렌지 Renji||Transcription of his Japanese name|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||蓮司 Liánsī||From the Japanese name 蓮司 Renji. Contains 蓮 lián (lotus).|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Renê||Similar to his English name|
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