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Revengers

The Revengers (Japanese: リベンジャーズ Revengers) are a group of characters of the day and a recurring character that appeared in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!. They are a group of evil Pokémon Trainers under the lead of Viren that participate in Battle Royal matches. Two named members are Mr. Electric and Mad Magmar.

The Revengers took part in a Battle Royal alongside their Pokémon, but they used a variety of dirty tactics in order to gain an advantage over the Masked Royal and his Incineroar. Witnessing this, Ash and Torracat helped the Masked Royal to defeat them.

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Character

The Revengers are a group of cheaters that are willing to employ all sorts of dirty tricks to ensure that they win. For example, they restrain their opponents or gang up on them. In addition, the Revengers are shown to be hypocritical, as seen when they were infuriated by Kiawe and Lana after they intervened in a match to free the Masked Royal's Incineroar from their Pokémon, even though the Revengers themselves resort to the same tactic on a regular basis.

Pokémon


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Mr. Electric

Revengers's Electivire
Electivire
Electivire is Mr. Electric's only known Pokémon. It was first used in a Battle Royal against the Masked Royal and his Incineroar until Mr. Electric got disqualified due to interference from Mad Magmar's Magmortar. Later, it was used in a tag team battle alongside Magmortar against Incineroar and Ash's Torracat. Electivire was eventually defeated by Torracat's newly learned Revenge.

Electivire's known moves are Wild Charge, Low Kick, and Thunder Punch.

Debut A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Bill Rogers

Mad Magmar

Mad Magmar's Magmortar
Magmortar
Magmortar is Mad Magmar's only known Pokémon. It was first used in a Battle Royal against the Masked Royal and his Incineroar. Later, it was used in a tag team battle alongside Mr. Electric's Electivire against Incineroar and Ash's Torracat. Magmortar was eventually defeated by Torracat's newly learned Revenge.

Magmortar's known moves are Flamethrower, Karate Chop, Feint Attack, and Fire Punch.

Debut A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Voice actors
Japanese Yūji Ueda
English H.D. Quinn

Other members

Revengers's Poliwrath
Poliwrath
Poliwrath is the Revengers' first known Pokémon. It was first used in a match against three other Trainers and their Primarina, Machamp, and Decidueye. The outcome of this battle remains unknown.

Poliwrath later assisted in distracting Incineroar during its match against Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric. Following Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric's loss, Poliwrath and the Revengers' other Pokémon confronted the Masked Royal and Ash, but they were quickly defeated by Incineroar's Malicious Moonsault.

Poliwrath's known moves are Hydro Pump and Water Gun.

Debut A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Roger Callagy
Revengers's Muk
Muk
Alolan Muk is the Revengers' second known Pokémon. Muk assisted in distracting Incineroar during its match against Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric. Following Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric's loss, Muk and the Revengers' other Pokémon confronted the Masked Royal and Ash, but they were quickly defeated by Incineroar's Malicious Moonsault.

Muk's only known move is Acid Spray.

Debut A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Carter Cathcart
Revengers's Golem
Golem
Alolan Golem is the Revengers' third known Pokémon. Golem assisted in distracting Incineroar during its match against Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric. Following Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric's loss, Golem and the Revengers' other Pokémon confronted the Masked Royal and Ash, but they were quickly defeated by Incineroar's Malicious Moonsault.

Golem's only known move is Rock Throw.

Debut A Young Royal Flame Ignites!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 村上裕哉 Yūya Murakami (one of them)
English Sam Black (Heel Green)
Roger Callagy (Heel Blue)
Marc Thompson (Heel Beard)

Trivia

  • Dub closed captions refer to the unnamed members as Heel Blue, Heel Beard, and Heel Green‬.
  • The Revengers are similar to the Invincible Pokémon Brothers, in the sense that both groups cheat in Pokémon battles by unfairly interfering during vulnerable moments in order to give their teammate(s) the advantage.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese リベンジャーズ Revengers From リベンジャーズ Revengers
English Revengers Same as Japanese name
Italian Rivendicatori From rivendicatori (claimants)
Korean 리벤져스 Revengers Same as Japanese name
Polish Mściciele Literally "The Avengers"
European Spanish Vengativos From vengativos (vengeful)
Brazilian Portuguese Vingativos From vingativos (vindictive)
Latin American Spanish Revengadores From the Japanese name
Finnish Iskijät Literally "Strikers"



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