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ツルギ Tsurugi
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Quillon in Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown
Region Unknown
Trainer class Pokémon Trainer
Member of Project Mew
Rank Chaser
Anime debut Leaping Toward the Dream!
English voice actor N/A
Japanese voice actor Hiroshi Kamiya

Quillon (Japanese: ツルギ Tsurugi) is a recurring character in Pokémon Journeys: The Series. He is a Trainer and researcher with Project Mew.

In the anime



Quillon first appeared in Leaping Toward the Dream!, when he helped save Ash and Goh after they were caught in a snowstorm after trying to battle an Alolan Ninetales. Once the storm cleared, they set out to find the Ninetales once more and encountered it. Quillon watched as Goh attempted to catch it, only for a Regice to intervene. Once Pikachu went down whilst battling Regice, Quillon sent out his Single Strike Style Urshifu to battle Iceberg Pokémon, knocking it back with a single Wicked Blow. Back at the Project Mew Headquarters, Quillon questioned Goh if he agreed to join the group, and Goh accepted.

In Trial on a Golden Scale!, Quillon was seen monitoring the Alolan Ninetales and wishing to the Pokémon good luck in their new life. Later, when Goh and Ash were ambushed by a group of Pokémon Hunters led by Nito, Quillon and Danika engaged them in battle, defeating their opponents with each using their own Urshifu.

In Looking Out for Number Two!, Quillon was seen with Danika in a desert, confronting a Regirock as it emerged from the ruins before them.

In JN102, Quillon, along with Danika, was seen evaluating the performance of Goh, Gary, and Horace's Raid Battle against an Articuno.

Quillon led a mission on JN110 that Gary took part in. At the end of the Sea Mauville Battle Royale, Quillon joined Danika in a video conference and informed the Project Mew Challengers of the results and warned everyone that the missions end was getting closer and closer.


Quillon is a Top Chaser within Project Mew, with the highest score of all group members. Quiet and reserved, he takes his research work seriously, which led Quillon to disqualify Goh at first and then change his stance when Goh was able to clear the proposed mission.

Quillon appears to have a huge disdain for Pokémon Hunters and the way they handle their Pokémon.


On hand

This listing is of Quillon's known Pokémon in the anime:

Weavile is Quillon's first known Pokémon and it's usually seen outside of its Poké Ball. It was first seen keeping guard whilst Ash and Goh recovered after getting caught in a snowstorm.

In Trial on a Golden Scale!, Weavile was seen with Quillon as he monitored the Alolan Ninetales. Later, Weavile was seen accompanying Professor Amaranth as he congratulated Goh on the completed mission.

In Looking Out for Number Two!, Weavile was seen alongside its Trainer when he encountered a wild Regirock.

None of Weavile's moves are known.

Debut Leaping Toward the Dream!
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
Single Strike Style Urshifu is Quillon's second known Pokémon. It was sent out to battle a Regice, and was able to knock it back with a single hit.

In Trial on a Golden Scale!, Quillon sent Urshifu out to battle Nito's henchmen's Pokémon alongside Danika's Urshifu, knocking them out.

Urshifu's only known move is Wicked Blow.

Debut Leaping Toward the Dream!
Voice actors
Japanese Kenta Miyake
English Bill Rogers
Traveling with
Rotom Phone

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 神谷浩史 Hiroshi Kamiya
European French Jonathan Simon
Brazilian Portuguese Cid Fernandes


Artwork from
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Artwork from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Artwork from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series

In the manga

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Quillon appeared in JNM21 and JNM24.


This listing is of Quillon's known Pokémon in the manga:

On hand
Traveling with
Rotom Phone


Language Name Origin
Japanese ツルギ Tsurugi From 剱岳 Tsurugi-dake (Mount Tsurugi)[1] and 剣 tsurugi (sword), referencing Pokémon Sword
English, Spanish,
Brazilian Portuguese
Quillon From quillon, another name for crossguard
German Quentin Similar to his English name
French Milan Similar to his English name
Italian Gladio From gladio (gladius), an ancient Roman sword
Korean 백운 Baegun From 백운산 (白雲山) Baegunsan (Mount Baegun)
Chinese (Mandarin) 阿劍 Ā Jiàn From the Japanese name 剣 Tsurugi and 劍 jiàn (sword)


  1. Pash! (July 2021 issue), interview with executive director Daiki Tomoyasu and animation producer Hiroyuki Kato

Leader: Professor Amaranth
Chasers: QuillonDanikaGary
Challengers: LylaHoraceShunyaGoh

Anime characters
Protagonists Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogeticBrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawnPiplupIrisHaxorusCilanSerenaClemontBonnieDedenneLanaKiaweLillieSophoclesMallowRotom PokédexGoh
Rivals GaryRitchieHarrisonDrewHarleyMorrisonTysonSolidadPaulNandoZoeyKennyConwayBarryUrsulaTobiasTripBiancaBurgundyStephanGeorgiaCameronVirgilAriaAlainMietteTiernoShaunaTrevorNiniSawyerGladionHoracioHauLeonRaihanHoraceBeaLeague Conference participantsCoordinatorsPerformersWorld Coronation Series participants
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Professors Professor OakProfessor IvyProfessor ElmProfessor BirchProfessor RowanProfessor CarolinaProfessor JuniperDr. FennelCedric JuniperProfessor SycamoreProfessor KukuiProfessor BurnetProfessor CeriseProfessor MagnoliaSoniaProfessor Amaranth
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