In the anime
She first battled a Trainer and his Hypno with her Raichu, eventually emerging victorious. While cleaning up the mess left by the battle, she received word that a challenger was coming to battle her for the World Coronation Series, who turned out to be Ash. Visquez remembered Ash from his battle against Lt. Surge, and they had a two-on-two battle, with Visquez using her Raichu and Electrode against Ash's Pikachu and Gengar. The battle ended in Visquez's loss, causing her rank to go down.
Afterwards, Visquez said goodbye to Ash and Goh. She then promised Ash that she would tell Lt. Surge about the battle they had and how Ash had evolved as a Trainer since then.
Although she is tough, Visquez encourages all of the Trainers she faces to do their best in battle. Despite being a replacement Gym Leader, Visquez is well-respected in Vermilion City.
|Raichu is Visquez's first known Pokémon. He was first seen battling a Trainer's Hypno and defeated him with Volt Tackle. Afterwards, Raichu was seen lifting a dumbbell alongside Visquez when they received word of a Trainer coming to challenge them.
Visquez revealed that Raichu was trained by Lt. Surge himself.
|Electrode is Visquez‘s second known Pokémon and referred as her "Squad's Greatest Secret Weapon". It was first used to battle Ash's Gengar and was able to defeat it before going up against Pikachu. Despite Electrode's great speed, Pikachu managed to defeat it. Electrode attempted to take Pikachu down with it, only for Pikachu to protect himself, thus leading to only Electrode going down and causing Visquez to lose the match.|
Visquez has competed in the following competitions:
- World Coronation Series Rank: 2,109* (Normal Class)
In the manga
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
This listing is of Visquez's known Pokémon in the manga:
|Japanese||ビスケス Visquez||Possibly from Private Vasquez|
|English||Visquez||From her Japanese name|
|German||Viliana||Similar to her English name|
|French||Vasquez||Similar to her Japanese and English name|
|Korean||비스케스 Visquez||Transcription of her Japanese name|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||碧絲葵絲 Bìsīkuísī||Transcription of her Japanese name|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Violeta||From violeta (violet)|
|Trainers in the World Coronation Series|
|This article is part of Project COD, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each one-time character of the Pokémon anime.|