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This article is incomplete. Please feel free to edit this article to add missing information and complete it. Reason: I'm not completely done with this, so please give me some time, or you might as well help if you know anything about these or other Pokémon players, or these Trainers' other Pokémon teams in other games.
This page contains the teams of several Trainers whose videos are available in YouTube.
Note: These lists are not complete or necessarily 100% accurate, as I haven't gone through all these players' games yet, not all videos have necessarily been published yet, and not all Pokémon's complete move sets have been shown.
GeneralSecura is a male YouTuber from the Netherlands who uploads video game walkthroughs with commentary on his YouTube channel. He has also done a few Pokémon games. He doesn't like nicknaming his Pokémon. He doesn't cut out any parts of his walkthroughs unless he fails at something over and over and over.
FlamingRuby is a female Trainer who, like Marriland, likes to give nicknames to her Pokémon. She likes to give them Japanese names that describe their type or outlook. Some of her Pokémon she also nicknames after various Disney characters. Whenever she catches a Pikachu, she nicknames it/her as "Lita". She sometimes cuts out unnecessary parts of too long battles. Besides the Pokémon series, she also plays many other games. Unlike Marriland, she doesn't comment her videos while playing, but often answers to the comments left on the videos' comment sections.
Due to achieving high popularity with her LeafGreen videos, FlamingRuby has done the walkthrough of the game twice.
This is the list of FlamingRuby's Pokémon in her Pokémon LeafGreen version's first walkthrough.
(NOTE: FlamingRuby has also done some gameplay after defeating the Elite Four on her LG Season 1, meaning that the Pokémon collection presented below is not completely up to date, since some of her Pokémon have gained more levels, evolved further, or learned new moves. Plus, she has also caught some completely new Pokémon.)
FlamingRuby caught Nidoro during one of her trips in the Safari Zone, but when she was later seen checking out her Pokédex and Box, Nidoran♂ was nowhere to be seen, obviously meaning that she had released it.
This is the list of FlamingRuby's Pokémon in her Pokémon LeafGreen version's second walkthrough.
Rampenator is a male Finnish YouTube user, who has done walkthroughs of many various games, including some Pokémon games. He has received lots of popularity with his videos. In games, he names his Pokémon and his rival with Finnish nicknames. Like many other users, he also comments his videos during his walkthroughs. In Pokémon, he sometimes plays with so-called Nuzlocke Challenge style. He also cuts out practically every battle with random Trainers (save the rival, which he calls "Jaska" (a common Finnish boy name) Gym Leaders, etc). He also usually focuses on getting the game through as quickly as possible, instead of focusing on catching every possible Pokémon on the way.
Harley2991 is another male Finnish YouTube user who has so far done the Emerald and HeartGold walkthroughs, plus many other non-Pokémon related walkthroughs. Like Marriland, he comments his videos while playing. He also uses his own words to replace some English terms. For example, when a Pokémon faints in battle, he uses the term "die" rather than "faint" or "knock out", and he refers battles as "fights". Most of the Pokémon he uses in his team are unnamed.
The ScorchedConvict is a male YouTuber from Australia who uploads video game walkthroughs with commentary on his YouTube channel. He started of a few Pokémon games and expanded to other games. He has played Pokémon Y, Omega Ruby, Moemon, Mystery Dungeon, Super Mystery Dungeon, and Red (Virtual Console).
This is a list of The ScorchedConvict's Pokémon that he caught during his Pokémon Y Wonderlocke Challenge. As the Pokémon are originally from trainers who wonder traded them, most of them do not have names.