|Anime debut||Summer of Discovery!|
|English voice actor||Michael Lockwood Crouch|
|Japanese voice actor||Minami Fujii|
After Ash and his friends saw the complete Kanto starter trio, Trevor came down from the stairs, exhausted from chasing Charmander. Later, he had a battle with Clemont and his Chespin. The battle didn't continue after Chespin was accidentally burned by Charmander.
In Battling Into the Hall of Fame!, he had a Team Battle with Ash, Serena, and Clemont. Despite putting up a great fight, Trevor was the first one to get defeated and then Shauna and Tierno got defeated afterwards.
Trevor appeared again in A Legendary Photo Op!, where he met up with Ash and his friends in Mt. Molteau. He tried getting Charmeleon to calm down but didn't work. He then battled Ash and lost. He revealed to the group that he sought out to take a picture of the Legendary Moltres, as he was able to get Articuno and Zapdos. He showed them pictures of Pokémon that were different than normal, such as Scatterbug's hair length. Trevor and the group conducted their search on Mt. Molteau. Along the way, he got distracted by a Crustle. He eventually found Moltres at the top of Mt. Molteau when the battle with Team Rocket disturbed it from its slumber. He and the group took cover when Moltres began attacking them. Trevor then witnessed Ash's Fletchinder evolve into Talonflame in an attempt to protect the group. After leaving Mt. Molteau, Trevor revealed that he succeeded in getting Moltres's picture and waved goodbye to Ash and his friends.
Trevor appeared again in A League of His Own!, in which he was revealed to have fulfilled the requirements to enter the Lumiose Conference. In the opening of the conference, he and Tierno were seen talking to Ash. The next day, he battled Alain in the first round and lost without knocking out any of his Pokémon, leaving Trevor disappointed in himself. After losing, he decided to remain in Lumiose City to watch the rest of the League together with his friends, which he did up until Down to the Fiery Finish!.
He reappeared in A Towering Takeover!, where he joined the fight against Team Flare. Diantha tasked him, Shauna, Tierno and Sawyer with helping the citizens during the crisis. He reappeared in Coming Apart at the Dreams!, Rocking Kalos Defenses! and Forming a More Perfect Union! watching the crisis unfold on television in a Pokémon Center. He later reappeared in The First Day of the Rest of Your Life! to watch the performance that Serena put on to boost morale.
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Like in the games, his goal as a Trainer is to meet every Pokémon in the Pokédex as stated during his introduction. Throughout his journey, Trevor aims to take pictures of all the Pokémon he encounters. He is mostly interested in ones with differences in their features, however slight, as evidenced in A Legendary Photo Op!.
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Charizard is the starter Pokémon Trevor received from Professor Sycamore. It is an energetic, if not hyperactive, Pokémon, who loves to battle. As a Charmander, it defeated Clemont's Chespin in a battle and was used again in a Team Battle against Ash's Pikachu, Serena's Fennekin. and Clemont's Chespin alongside Shauna's Bulbasaur and Tierno's Squirtle, where it lost to Pikachu.
|Debut||Summer of Discovery!|
| Trevor first used Aerodactyl against Alain in the Lumiose Conference. However, Aerodactyl was quickly defeated by Alain's Mega Charizard X.
None of Aerodactyl's moves are known.
|Debut||A League of His Own!|
| Trevor first used his White Flower Florges against Alain in the Lumiose Conference. As with Aerodactyl, Florges was quickly defeated by Alain's Mega Charizard X.
Florges's only known move is Energy Ball.
|Debut||A League of His Own!|
Trevor has competed in the following Pokémon League Conferences:
Trevor has competed in the following Pokémon competitions:
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