Six Heroes

The Six Heroes (Japanese: 六英雄(ろくえいゆう) Six Heroes) are a group of ancient Pokémon that once belonged to the ancient adventurer, Lucius. Each of them was caught within an Ancient Poké Ball, which in someway were all scattered across the various regions of the Pokémon world. Finding the Six Heroes is the main goal of the Rising Volt Tacklers and the Explorers.

Lucius and his Pokémon

Rayquaza

 
Lucius's Rayquaza
Main article: Black Rayquaza

The Black Rayquaza (Japanese: (くろ)いレックウザ Black Rayquaza), also known as Lucius's Rayquaza (Japanese: (くろ)いレックウザ Lucius's Rayquaza) is a Legendary, super-ancient Pokémon that after separating from Lucius, itself and its Poké Ball somehow ended up in the sea and eventually washed up on the shoreline of an island, where it was found by a man and given to his grandson. Rayquaza was the first of the Six Heroes that the Rising Volt Tacklers encountered on their journey and is currently roaming the Pokémon world.

Arboliva


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Lucius's Arboliva
ルシアス‎のオリーヴァ Lucius's Oliva
 
 
Lucius's Arboliva
Debuts in Nemona and Brassius and...
Caught at Arboliva Forest
Gender Unknown
Ability Seed Sower
Released in Prior to The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One)
Current location With the Rising Volt Tacklers
 
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Arboliva Unknown Alejandra Reynoso

Lucius's Arboliva (Japanese: ルシアス‎のオリーヴァ Lucius's Oliva) was an oversized Pokémon that after separating from Lucius, somehow ended up in a forest, which it started to protect. Currently, Arboliva is under the care of the Rising Volt Tacklers, it was the second of the Six Heroes that they've encountered on their journey, and the first one to join them on the Brave Olivine.

In the anime

History

With Lucius
 
Seed Sower activated

In ancient times, Lucius traveled with Arboliva, a member of the Six Heroes, known to "heal wounds". They all worked together as one to reach the promised paradise Laqua.

At the end of their adventures, the group reached the paradise, however, at some point after their adventures, Arboliva and the other members of the Six Heroes were scattered across the Pokémon world.

In a vision caused by Terapagos to the past, Lucius entrusted Arboliva with finding something, but that vision was lost after that, with no further answers being given at that time.

In another vision of the past caused by Terapagos, it's shown when Lucius and his Pokémon reached Laqua as he gives them his goodbyes, but promising they'll see each other again.

As a wild Pokémon

At some point in the past, Arboliva ended up on a forest in the Paldea region with its Poké Ball used as a color around its neck.

At some point before Liko and Roy met Brassius in Nemona and Brassius and…, the Artazon Gym Leader saw Arboliva in the forest and impacted by that sight, made a sculpture based on Arboliva. At the end of the episode, Arboliva was seen in the shadows walking through the forest.

In Arboliva's Forest, the group formed by Liko, Roy, Mollie, and Nemona went to the forest to investigate and, not knowing what it was about, they used a huge tree as a reference point. As they investigated, Liko and Mollie saw that the damage caused to the forest was enormous, meanwhile Roy arrived at the enormous tree and decided to climb it with Fuecoco. Liko found a Wooper injured by the destruction caused in the forest and she and Mollie soon discovered that it was not a tree, but a giant Pokémon with another ancient Poké Ball.

Believing it was Liko who injured Wooper, Arboliva attacked her and Roy and a battle ensued. When Wooper and Mollie intervened in the battle, Arboliva calmed down, after which the giant Pokémon took Liko and Roy to show all the destruction that happened in the forest where it lived.

In the following episode, Liko, Roy and the other members of the Rising Volt Tacklers joined Arboliva in an attempt to recover the forest. With the help of the Rain Dance by Ludlow's Quagsire and its Ability, Seed Sower, the forest was saved. Arboliva then used Liko's pendant to show a vision of the mysterious Pokémon that lived in its pendant and a reminder of Lucius in the past. Soon after, Arboliva returned to its Poké Ball and allowed Liko and Roy to take it under their care.

 
Arboliva and Liko
With Liko

In Quaxly, We Can Do It!, Arboliva was summoned from its Poké Ball by Liko's pendant to face off Spinel and his Pokémon. This made the enemy decide to retreat and so Arboliva returned to Brave Olivine with Liko, Roy, and Dot.

In Fiery Galarian Moltres, Arboliva emerged from its Poké Ball to defend Liko again against its former Trainer's Moltres. After a brief but difficult battle, Arboliva joined Sprigatito and Captain Pikachu to spread his scent in order to calm its former team partner. After Moltres returned its Poké Ball, Arboliva also did the same.

Personality and characteristics

Generally, Arboliva is a docile and affectionate Pokémon with those it lives with, however when it needs to defend those it cares about, its stance changes completely. This was first shown in Arboliva's Forest, where Arboliva attacked Liko and Roy without hesitation, thinking they had hurt the wild Wooper.

It was revealed in Alex's books that Arboliva was one of Lucius's Pokemon that was responsible for "dressing wounds". This made it "feel" the destruction caused in the forest where it lived previously and emanate a melancholy and sad sound.


Gallery

Artwork
 
Artwork from "After the story" [1]


In the manga

 
Arboliva in the Pocket Monsters manga

Pocket Monsters

Arboliva appeared in the Pocket Monsters manga, playing the same role it has in the anime.

Moltres

Lucius's Moltres
ルシアス‎のファイヤー Lucius's Fire
 
 
Lucius's Moltres
Debuts in Charge! Galar Mine!
Caught at Galar Mine
Gender Gender unknown[2]
Ability Unknown
Released in Prior to The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One)
Current location With the Rising Volt Tacklers
 
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Moltres Unknown Unknown

Lucius's Moltres (Japanese: ルシアス‎のファイヤー Lucius's Fire) was a Legendary Pokémon that after separating from Lucius, somehow ended up in the Galar Mine, but completly enraged. Currently, Moltres is under the care of the Rising Volt Tacklers, it was the third of the Six Heroes that they've encountered on their journey, and the second one to join them on the Brave Olivine.

In the anime

History

With Lucius

In ancient times, Lucius traveled with Moltres, a member of the Six Heroes, known to "race through the skies". They all worked together as one to reach the promised paradise Laqua.

At the end of their adventures, the group reached the paradise, however, at some point after their adventures, Moltres and the other members of the Six Heroes were scattered across the Pokémon world.

In a vision of the past caused by Terapagos, Lucius and Moltres shared a intimate moment as Lucius promises they'll find Laqua.

In another vision of the past caused by Terapagos, it's shown when Lucius and his Pokémon reached Laqua as he gives them his goodbyes, but promising they'll see each other again.

As a wild Pokémon

At some point, Moltres flew into a Galar Mine enraged and with its Poké Ball between its talons.

Moltres appeared prior to Charge! Galar Mine! at the Galar Mine and it was responsible for draining the energy of several workers there, leaving wild Pokémon frightened by his presence.

When Liko, Roy, and Friede arrived at the place to investigate, the group ended up separating and with that Liko and Roy were able to see the situation the place was in. After taking care of the workers, Liko and Roy met with Moltres who immediately attacked them, initially draining the energy of those present there. Roy and Fuecoco managed to free themselves from the power of the Legendary Pokémon and started a fierce battle with it, but Fuecoco was easily defeated. After seeing Roy's efforts, Captain Pikachu also entered the battle, but was easily subdued. When Liko managed to free herself, the group decided to flee and they managed to find Friede battling Amethio and his Charizard. As they fled, Moltres ran after the group of young Trainers, but Friede had Charizard attract Moltres' attention, leaving the way clear for Roy and Liko to take care of Captain Pikachu and forcing Moltres to face him and Amethio in the mine. In the following episode, Moltres reappeared and saw Liko's group and decide to battle them again.

In Fiery Galarian Moltres, Moltres was then confronted by Liko, Roy, and Friede again, but this time with the Trainers being successfully able to hold their own in battle with their Pokémon, allowing them to calm it down with Sprigatito's aromatic leafage with help from Lucius's Arboliva, Moltres eventually calmed down enough to return to its Ancient Poké Ball, allowing itself to be taken care of by Liko and the others.

Personality and characteristics

Galarian Moltres is a stubborn Legendary Pokémon that was full of rage and wouldn't hesitate to unleash its wrath upon those that provoke it, but it has kind-hearted personality towards its Trainer Lucius.

Moves used

 
Using Air Slash
Move First Used In
Air Slash Charge! Galar Mine!
Fiery Wrath Charge! Galar Mine!
Wing Attack Charge! Galar Mine!
Hurricane Charge! Galar Mine!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Gallery

Artwork
 
Artwork from "After the story" [3]


In the manga

 
Moltres in the Pocket Monsters manga

Pocket Monsters

Moltres appeared in in the Pocket Monsters manga, playing the same role in does in the anime.

Moves used
 
Using Hurricane
Move First Used In
Fiery Wrath HZM02
Air Slash HZM02
Hurricane HZM02
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Lapras

Lucius's Lapras
ルシアス‎のラプラス Lucius's Laplace
 
 
Lucius's Lapras
Debuts in Song Within the Mist
Caught at Lapras Sea
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Released in Prior to The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One)
Current location With the Rising Volt Tacklers
 
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Lapras Unknown N/A

Lucius's Lapras (Japanese: ルシアス‎のラプラス Lucius's Laplace) was a oversized Pokémon that after separating from Lucius, somehow ended up in an ocean and formed a group of "pirate Pokémon" to live with. Currently, Lapras is under the care of the Rising Volt Tacklers, it was the fourth of the Six Heroes that they've encountered on their journey, and the third one to join them on the Brave Olivine.

In the anime

History

With Lucius

In ancient times, Lucius traveled with Lapras, a member of the Six Heroes, known to "cross seas". They all worked together as one to reach the promised paradise Laqua.

At the end of their adventures, the group reached the paradise, however, at some point after their adventures, Lapras and the other members of the Six Heroes were scattered across the Pokémon world.

In a vision of the past caused by Terapagos, it's shown when Lucius and his Pokémon reached Laqua as he gives them his goodbyes, but promising they'll see each other again.

As a wild Pokémon

At some point in the past, Lapras appeared in a sea and formed a group of Pokémon under its lead, helping each other trick human ships and steal their food to survive. Somehow, it appears Lapras has gained many scars over its shell and skin over the years.

Lapras was eventually be discovered by the Rising Volt Tacklers in Song Within the Mist with the help of a local fisherman and his Floatzel. In the next episode, Liko was able to convince Lapras to come with her so it could help lead Terapagos to Laqua.

Personality and characteristics

Unlike the majority of its species, who are gentle towards humans and enjoy carrying them on their backs, Lucius's Lapras acts quite hostile towards those it confronts, sneering at them with great anger. It also started helping wild Pokémon commit several robberies of ships carrying supplies to help its Pokémon friends survive. Even when faced with its friend, Terapagos, Lapras did not back down from its actions, although it visibly hesitated upon seeing Terapagos.

Much like its fellow Six Heroes teammates, Lapras holds great respect and affection for Lucius, as Lapras shed tears upon witnessing a memory of Lucius, and ultimately joined Liko after she promised to help take Lapras, and its friends, to Laqua, the paradise that Lucius once sought to take them to.

Moves used

 
Using Mist
Move First Used In
Mist Song Within the Mist
Ice Beam Lapras's Feelings for its Friends
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Pokémon

During the years of its separation from Lucius, Lapras gathered a huge group of Pokémon by its side. Diana named this group "The Pirates of Lapras". As soon as Lapras decided to travel with Liko, the Pokémon decided to travel again, being guided by Wailord.

Befriended
 
Ambipom
 
Toedscruel
 
Vigoroth
 
Slowbro
 
Bibarel (x2)
 
Barbaracle
 
Mandibuzz
 
Jellicent (x2)
 
Octillery
 
Clawitzer
 
Dragalge
 
Wailord
 
Remoraid
 
Mantine
 
Dhelmise


Kleavor

 
Kleavor
In ancient times, Lucius traveled with Kleavor, a member of the Six Heroes, known to "break down walls". They all worked together as one to reach the promised paradise Laqua.

At the end of their adventures, the team reached the paradise, however, at some point after their adventures, Kleavor and the other members of the Six Heroes were scattered across the Pokémon world.

Debut Rivals in the Dark of Night!

Entei

 
Entei
In ancient times, Lucius traveled with Entei, a member of the Six Heroes, known to "gallop across the land". They all worked together as one to reach the promised paradise Laqua.

At the end of their adventures, the group reached the paradise, however, at some point after their adventures, Entei and the other members of the Six Heroes were scattered across the Pokémon world.

Debut Rivals in the Dark of Night!

References

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Rayquaza, Arboliva, Moltres, Lapras, Kleavor, and Entei.


Pokémon Horizons characters
Protagonists Liko (FloragatoHatenna) • Roy (Fuecoco)
Rising Volt Tacklers Friede (Captain Pikachu) • MollieOrlaLudlowMurdockDot (QuaxlyTinkatink)
Explorers AmethioOniaZircHamberSpinelCoralSidianChalceGibeon
Relatives AlexLuccaDianaRoy's grandfatherBlanca
Supporting cast Nurse JoyRotom PhonesAnnLiko's homeroom teacherLucius (TerapagosRayquazaSix Heroes) • NemonaClavellGeetaDendraJacqPennyGym LeadersElite FourMany temporary characters
See also: Original anime characters



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