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1- Add a gallery section for the spin-off games below, in an attempt to better separate text and images. 2- Edit TCG GB games. 3- Add small PokéPark description. 4- Add Play It games.
 
==Spin-off games==
===Pokémon Card GBRanger series===
In the Card{{ga|Pokémon GBRanger}} series, [[Lunick]], [[Solana]], [[Kellyn]], {{GBra|Kate}}, {{ra|MarkBen}} and {{GBra|2|MintSummer}} doare not Pokémon Trainers, but instead {{OBP|Pokémon Ranger|Ranger series}}s. They use actualthe Pokémon themselves,they buthave cardscaptured insteadwith the [[Capture Styler]] to help them along the way. They also have {{ra|partner Pokémon}} that follow them wherever they go.
 
===Pokémon Conquest===
In {{g|Conquest}}, the player character is the [[Warlord]] of [[Ransei]]'s kingdom of [[Aurora]]. Their objective is to unite the seventeen kingdoms of the region, stop [[Nobunaga]], and meet {{p|Arceus|the legendary Pokémon that created Ransei}}. As more stories are unlocked, more characters become playable.
===Pokémon GO===
In {{g|GO}}, the player character can be chosen and customized at the beginning of the game. They can also be customized at any time from the profile screen starting in version 0.31.0.
 
The default male player character originally wore the gray weave hat, no glasses, the a shirt that came with fingerless gloves, a green and red backpack, the red and black pants and leggings, and green shoes. After an update the overhaled the trainer's wardrobe, the default male player character wears the gray trainer visor, no glasses, the light blue classic hoodie, a yellow trainer backpack, yellow fingerless gloves, trainer shorts, gray leggings, and yellow running shoes. Both designs feature the character with brunette hair, teal eyes, and light skin.
 
The default female player character originally wore the white and red cap, no glasses, the maroon shirt that came with a choker and gloves of the same color, a red backpack, an orange ball buckle belt, gray and black pants, and orange shoes. After an update the overhaled the trainer's wardrobe, the default female player character wears the black ball cap, no glasses, the black ribbon choker, the crimson classic longsleeve, a teal urban pack, black fingerless gloves, crimson ball buckle, crimson sprint suit, black long leg warmers, and red running shoes. Both designs feature the character with brunette hair, teal eyes, and light skin.
 
===Pokkén Tournament===
In [[Pokkén Tournament]], the player took control of a character who wishes to rise to the top of the [[Ferrum]] League. The player avatar can be customized at the beginning of the game, with more customization options available to purchase in the shop as the game progresses.
 
===Pokémon: Magikarp Jump===
In [[Pokémon: Magikarp Jump]], the player plays as a person of ambiguous gender always refered to as "you", who fishes and trains Magikarp to jump as high as possible.
 
===Pokémon Masters===
In [[Pokémon Masters]], the player character, [[Scottie]] or [[Bettie]], is a Pokémon Trainer who travels to the [[Pasio]] region to participate in the [[Pokémon Masters League]] tournament.
 
===Pokémon Snap===
In {{g|Snap}}, [[Todd Snap]] must strive for something different from Trainers. He must capture all the Pokémon on [[Pokémon Island]]—on film.
 
===Pokémon Trozei===
In [[Pokémon Trozei!]], the main protagonist is [[Lucy Fleetfoot]], who must release all the Pokémon stolen by [[Phobos Battalion]].
 
===Detective Pikachu===
In {{ga|Detective Pikachu}}, the protagonist is [[Tim Goodman]], who teams up with {{OBP|Detective Pikachu|character}} to solve several mysteries and to find [[Harry Goodman| his missing father]]
 
===Pokémon Ga-Olé===
In [[Pokémon Ga-Olé]], the main protagonist can be played in the arcade game as either a male or a female.
 
===Pokémon Trading Card Game series===
In {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} and [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]], {{GB||Mark}} and {{GB|2|Mint}} do not use actual Pokémon themselves, but cards instead.
 
===Play It! series===
In [[Pokémon Play It!]] and [[Pokémon Play It! Version 2]], the unseen player character interacts with {{OBP|Julie|Play It!}}. In the introduction of both games, Julie says that she and the player character are Pokémon Trainers. However, they play the {{pkmn|Trading Card Game}} rather than train Pokémon.
 
===PokéPark series===
In [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]], the player character is a {{p|Pikachu}}. In [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]], the player characters are {{p|Pikachu}}, {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, and {{p|Oshawott}}.
 
===Rumble series===
In [[Pokémon Rumble]], the player starts as a {{pkmn2|Toy}} {{p|Rattata}}. In [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]], the player starts as a {{pkmn2|Toy}} {{p|Pikachu}}. In [[Pokémon Rumble World]], the player starts as their Mii character.
 
===Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series===
In the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series]], players play as actual Pokémon. Unlike most other Pokémon games, the player actually talks, but is given preset responses to say to questions. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness]], and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]], after defeating [[Primal Dialga|Dialga]] on the top of the [[Temporal Tower]], on the way back to [[Wigglytuff's Guild]], the player speaks in full sentences instead of silently thinking to themselves or having answer choices. This type of dialogue is used by the player on rare occasions, in small amounts, throughout the story of [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]].
 
===Gallery===
====Human characters====
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|{{tcg trainerranger color dark}}|Pokémon Trading Card Game (game)Ranger|TCG1}} & {{color2|{{black color dark}}|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!|TCG 2Ranger}}
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{SoA color dark}}|Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia|Shadows of Almia}}
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{GS color dark}}|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs|Guardian Signs}}
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Masters|Masters}}
|-
| style="width:135px; background:#{{ranger color light}}" | [[File:Ranger Lunick.png|130px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{ranger color light}}" | [[File:Ranger Solana.png|130px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{SoA color light}}" | [[File:Kellyn.png|130px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{SoA color light}}" | [[File:Kate.png|130px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{GS color light}}" | [[File:Ben.png|90px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{GS color light}}" | [[File:Summer.png|90px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{sevii color light}}" | [[File:Masters Scottie.png|x250px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{skill color light}}" | [[File:Masters Bettie.png|x250px]]
|- style="background:#D1D1E6; font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Lunick}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Solana}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Kellyn}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Kate (Ranger)|Kate}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Ben (Ranger)|Ben}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Summer (Ranger)|Summer}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Scottie}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Bettie}}
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon GO|GO}}
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Conquest|Conquest}}
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Ga-Olé|Ga-Olé}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{tcg trainer color dark}}|Pokémon Trading Card Game (game)|TCG1}} & {{color2|{{black color dark}}|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!|TCG 2}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|{{black color dark}}|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!|TCG 2}}
|-
| style="background:#{{redblue color light}};" width| [[File:84px"GO Player M.png|84px]]
| style="background:#{{blue color light}}" | [[File:MarkGO Player F.png|100x100px84px]]
| style="background:#{{crystalnormal color light}}; width:84px" | [[File:Conquest Hero I.png]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:MintConquest 2Heroine I.png|100x100px]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:Ga-Olé Protagonist male.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:Ga-Olé Protagonist female.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{red color light}}" | [[File:Mark.png|130px]]
| style="background:#{{crystal color light}}" | [[File:Mint 2.png|130px]]
|- align="center" style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | Male
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | Female
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Hero}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Heroine}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | Male
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | Female
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Mark (GB)|Mark}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Mint (GB2)|Mint}}
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Snap|Snap}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Trozei!|Trozei}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Pokémon: Magikarp Jump|Magikarp Jump}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Detective Pikachu (game)|Detective Pikachu}}
|-
| style="background:#{{yellow color light}}" | [[File:Snap Todd Snap.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:Lucy Fleetfoot Trozei.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{firered color light}}" | [[File:Magikarp Jump You.png|100px]]
| style="background:#{{yellow color}}" | [[File:Tim Goodman artwork.png|90px]]
|- style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|MarkTodd (GB)|MarkSnap}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|MintLucy (GB2)|MintFleetfoot}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | You
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Tim Goodman}}
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokémon Ranger series===
In the {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} series, [[Lunick]], [[Solana]], [[Kellyn]], {{ra|Kate}}, {{ra|Ben}} and {{ra|Summer}} are not Pokémon Trainers, but instead {{OBP|Pokémon Ranger|Ranger series}}s. They use the Pokémon they have captured with the [[Capture Styler]] to help them along the way. They also have {{ra|partner Pokémon}} that follow them wherever they go.
 
====Pokémon characters====
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|{{rangerPokéPark color dark}}|PokémonPokéPark RangerWii: Pikachu's Adventure|RangerPikachu's Adventure}} &<br>{{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|Wonders Beyond}}
| colspan=3 style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{SoAPokéPark color dark}}|PokémonPokéPark Ranger2: ShadowsWonders of AlmiaBeyond|Shadows ofWonders AlmiaBeyond}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|{{GSPokéPark color dark}}|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian SignsRumble|Guardian SignsRumble}}
|- style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|Pokémon Rumble Blast|Rumble Blast}}
| style="background:#{{ranger color light}}; width:84px" |
[[File:Ranger Lunick.png|100x100px]]
| style="background:#{{SoA color light}}; width:84px" |
[[File:Kellyn.png|100x100px]]
| style="background:#{{GS color light}}; width:84px" |
[[File:Ben.png|100x100px]]
|- style="background:#D1D1E6; font-size:90%"
| {{color2|000|Lunick}}
| {{color2|000|Kellyn}}
| {{color2|000|Ben (Ranger)|Ben}}
|-
| style="width:135px; background:#{{rangerPokéPark color lightdark}};" width| [[File:84px"PP2 Pikachu.png|64px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{PokéPark color}}" | [[File:RangerPP2 SolanaSnivy.png|100x100px64px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{SoAPokéPark color light}};" width| [[File:84px"PP2 Tepig.png|64px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{PokéPark color}}" | [[File:KatePP2 Oshawott.png|100x100px64px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{GSsinnoh color light}}; width:84px" | [[File:019Rattata.png|100px]]
| style="width:135px; background:#{{unova color light}}" | [[File:SummerPikachu Pokémon Rumble Blast.png|100x100pxx100px]]
|- style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|SolanaPikachu (PokéPark)|Pikachu}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2pcolor|Snivy|000|Kate (Ranger)|Kate}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2pcolor|Tepig|000|Summer (Ranger)|Summer}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6;" | {{pcolor|Oshawott|000}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6;" | {{pcolor|Rattata|{{sinnoh color dark}}}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{pcolor|Pikachu|{{unova color dark}}}}
|- style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#{{electric color}}; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{tcolor|Electric|FFF}}
| style="background:#{{grass color}}" | {{tcolor|Grass|FFF}}
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | {{tcolor|Fire|FFF}}
| style="background:#{{water color}}" | {{tcolor|Water|FFF}}
| style="background:#{{normal color}}" | {{tcolor|Normal|FFF}}
| style="background:#{{electric color}}; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{tcolor|Electric|FFF}}
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series===
In the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series]], players play as actual Pokémon. Unlike most other Pokémon games, the player actually talks, but is given preset responses to say to questions. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness]], and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]], after defeating [[Primal Dialga|Dialga]] on the top of the [[Temporal Tower]], on the way back to [[Wigglytuff's Guild]], the player speaks in full sentences instead of silently thinking to themselves or having answer choices. This type of dialogue is used by the player on rare occasions, in small amounts, throughout the story of [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]].
 
=====[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]]=====
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{md red color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{md blue color}}"
|-
 
=====[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]]=====
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{md time color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{md darkness color}}"
|-
 
=====[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]=====
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{md sky color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{md sky color}}"
|-
 
=====[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity]]=====
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{blue color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{blue color}}"
|-
 
=====[[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]]=====
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{gold color dark}}; font-size:85%; border:5px solid #{{ice color}}"
|-
{{typetable2|Grass}}{{typetable2|Fire}}{{typetable2|Water}}{{typetable2|Normal}}
|}
 
===Pokémon Rumble series===
=====[[Pokémon Rumble]]=====
In [[Pokémon Rumble]], the player starts as a {{pkmn2|Toy}} {{p|Rattata}}.
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{sinnoh color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{sinnoh color}}"
|-
! style="width:80px; background:#{{sinnoh color light}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:019Rattata.png|100px]]<br>'''{{pcolor|Rattata|{{sinnoh color dark}}}}'''
|-
| style="background:#{{normal color}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{tcolor|Normal|FFF}}
|}
 
=====[[Pokémon Rumble Blast]]=====
In [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]], the player starts as a {{pkmn2|Toy}} {{p|Pikachu}}.
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{unova color dark}}; font-size:85%; {{roundy}}; border:5px solid #{{unova color}}"
|-
! style="width:80px; background:#{{unova color light}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Pikachu Pokémon Rumble Blast.png|x100px]]<br>'''{{pcolor|Pikachu|{{unova color dark}}}}'''
|-
| style="background:#{{electric color}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{tcolor|Electric|FFF}}
 
|}
 
 
=====[[Pokémon Rumble World]]=====
In [[Pokémon Rumble World]], the player starts as their Mii character.
 
===PokéPark series===
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|{{PokéPark color dark}}|PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure|Pikachu's Adventure}} &<br>{{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|Wonders Beyond}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|Wonders Beyond}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|Wonders Beyond}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|{{PokéPark color}}|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|Wonders Beyond}}
|-
| style="background:#{{PokéPark color dark}}" |
[[File:PP2 Pikachu.png|64px]]
| style="background:#{{PokéPark color}}" |
[[File:PP2 Snivy.png|64px]]
| style="background:#{{PokéPark color}}" |
[[File:PP2 Tepig.png|64px]]
| style="background:#{{PokéPark color}}" |
[[File:PP2 Oshawott.png|64px]]
|- style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pikachu (PokéPark)|Pikachu}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{pcolor|Snivy|000}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{pcolor|Tepig|000}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{pcolor|Oshawott|000}}
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokémon Conquest===
In {{g|Conquest}}, the player character is the [[Warlord]] of [[Ransei]]'s kingdom of [[Aurora]]. Their objective is to unite the seventeen kingdoms of the region, stop [[Nobunaga]], and meet {{p|Arceus|the legendary Pokémon that created Ransei}}. As more stories are unlocked, more characters become playable.
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytop|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Conquest|Conquest}}
|-
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" |
[[File:Conquest Hero I.png]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:Conquest Heroine I.png]]
|- align="center" style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Hero}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Heroine}}
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokémon GO===
In {{g|GO}}, the player character can be chosen and customized at the beginning of the game. They can also be customized at any time from the profile screen starting in version 0.31.0.
 
The default male player character originally wore the gray weave hat, no glasses, the a shirt that came with fingerless gloves, a green and red backpack, the red and black pants and leggings, and green shoes. After an update the overhaled the trainer's wardrobe, the default male player character wears the gray trainer visor, no glasses, the light blue classic hoodie, a yellow trainer backpack, yellow fingerless gloves, trainer shorts, gray leggings, and yellow running shoes. Both designs feature the character with brunette hair, teal eyes, and light skin.
 
The default female player character originally wore the white and red cap, no glasses, the maroon shirt that came with a choker and gloves of the same color, a red backpack, an orange ball buckle belt, gray and black pants, and orange shoes. After an update the overhaled the trainer's wardrobe, the default female player character wears the black ball cap, no glasses, the black ribbon choker, the crimson classic longsleeve, a teal urban pack, black fingerless gloves, crimson ball buckle, crimson sprint suit, black long leg warmers, and red running shoes. Both designs feature the character with brunette hair, teal eyes, and light skin.
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytop|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon GO|GO}}
|-
| style="background:#{{blue color light}}; width:84px" | [[File:GO Player M.png|84px]]
| style="background:#{{blue color light}}; width:84px" | [[File:GO Player F.png|84px]]
|- align="center" style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | Male
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | Female
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokkén Tournament===
In [[Pokkén Tournament]], the player took control of a character who wishes to rise to the top of the [[Ferrum]] League. The player avatar can be customized at the beginning of the game, with more customization options available to purchase in the shop as the game progresses.
 
===Pokémon: Magikarp Jump===
In [[Pokémon: Magikarp Jump]], the player plays as a person of ambiguous gender always refered to as "you", who fishes and trains Magikarp to jump as high as possible.
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytop|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon: Magikarp Jump|Magikarp Jump}}
|-
| style="background:#{{firered color light}}; width:84px" | [[File:Magikarp Jump You.png|100px]]
|- align="center" style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybottom|15px}}" | You
|}
{{-}}
 
===Pokémon Masters===
In [[Pokémon Masters]], the player character, [[Scottie]] or [[Bettie]], is a Pokémon Trainer who travels to the [[Pasio]] region to participate in the [[Pokémon Masters League]] tournament.
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| colspan="2" style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytop|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Masters|Masters}}
|-
| style="background:#{{sevii color light}}; width:120px" | [[File:Masters Scottie.png|x250px]]
| style="background:#{{skill color light}}; width:86px" | [[File:Masters Bettie.png|x250px]]
|- align="center" style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Scottie}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Bettie}}
|}
{{-}}
 
===Other games===
* In {{g|Snap}}, [[Todd Snap]] must strive for something different from Trainers. He must capture all the Pokémon on [[Pokémon Island]]—on film.
* In [[Pokémon Trozei!]], the main protagonist is [[Lucy Fleetfoot]], who must release all the Pokémon stolen by [[Phobos Battalion]].
* In {{ga|Detective Pikachu}}, the protagonist is [[Tim Goodman]], who teams up with {{OBP|Detective Pikachu|character}} to solve several mysteries and to find [[Harry Goodman| his missing father]]
* In [[Pokémon Ga-Olé]], the main protagonist can be played in the arcade game as either a male or a female.
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:4px solid #BABACC; background:#F3F3FF"
|- style="font-size:95%; font-weight:bold"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Snap|Snap}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Trozei!|Trozei}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Detective Pikachu (game)|Detective Pikachu}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundytr|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Ga-Olé|Ga-Olé}}
|-
| style="background:#{{yellow color light}}" |
[[File:Snap Todd Snap.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" |
[[File:Lucy Fleetfoot Trozei.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{yellow color}}" |
[[File:Tim Goodman artwork.png|90px]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}" |
[[File:Ga-Olé Protagonist male.png|90px]]
[[File:Ga-Olé Protagonist female.png|90px]]
|- style="font-size:90%"
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybl|15px}}" | {{color2|000|Todd Snap}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Lucy Fleetfoot}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6" | {{color2|000|Tim Goodman}}
| style="background:#D1D1E6; {{roundybr|10px}}" | Male (left) and female protagonists (right)
|}
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==In the anime==