Wikstrom

Wikstrom
ガンピ Gampi
XY Wikstrom.png
Art from X and Y
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Eye color Blue
Hair color Dull brown
Hometown Unknown
Region Kalos
Trainer class Elite Four
Duke (Battle Chateau)
Generation VI, VII, VIII, IX
Counterpart(s) Wikstrom (Masters)
Games X and Y, Masters EX
English voice actor Brad Venable[1] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Susumu Akagi[2] (Masters EX)
Member of Kalos League
Rank Elite Four
Specializes in Steel-types
Anime series Pokémon the Series
Debut Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction
English voice actor Barrett Leddy
Japanese voice actor Eiji Hanawa
Manga series Pokémon Adventures
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Debut Malamar Traps (Adventures)
Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to
Be a Leek Master!
(Journeys)

Wikstrom (Japanese: ガンピ Gampi) is a Steel-type Trainer and member of the Kalos Elite Four.

In the core series games

In Pokémon X and Y, Wikstrom appears as one of the Elite Four of Kalos. He descends from a family of knights, from which he inherited the armor he wears, and speaks in Shakespearean English. He is quite chivalric, reveling in a fair and honorable Pokémon battle.[3]

Pokémon

Pokémon X and Y

Pokémon League



Battle Chateau



Battle Chateau - Blue Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Red Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Black Writ of Challenge



In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Wikstrom (Masters)

Wikstrom forms a sync pair with Aegislash in Pokémon Masters EX. Wikstrom became a playable sync pair since the game's release.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role Base Potential Availability
#053   Wikstrom #0681   Aegislash
Shield Forme ↔ Blade Forme
Steel
 
Fire
 
  ★★★★ Sync Pair Scout

Gallery

Sprites and models

 
VS portrait from
X and Y
   
Overworld model from
X and Y
PSS icon from
X and Y

Quotes

Main article: Wikstrom/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

 
Wikstrom in the anime

Wikstrom debuted in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction as part of the World of Pokémon intro. During his cameo, he was seen in a battle with Diantha.

Wikstrom made his main series debut in Searching for Chivalry!. Ash and Goh traveled to Kalos to participate in a training camp hosted by Wikstrom at the Castle of Chivalry. Wikstrom had the boys traverse through a variety of obstacle courses while wearing armor and defending themselves from Wikstrom's Pokémon. Ash and Goh eventually completed all of the challenges and earned Knight Medals for both themselves and their Pokémon. He also helped Goh evolve his Scyther into Scizor by giving it a Metal Coat and transferring it through a trade machine.

In Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to be a Leek Master!, Rinto revealed that he also trained at the Castle of Chivalry. During Rinto's battle with Ash, Ash used some of what he learned from Wikstrom to be able to win the battle.

In The Future is Now, Thanks to Strategy!, Wikstrom was briefly seen battling Drasna at the Castle of Chivalry. In Taking Two For The Team!, he met Ash prior to his World Coronation Series battle against Drasna in Lumiose City and saw that Ash's Farfetch'd had evolved into Sirfetch'd since their last meeting. He later watched the battle and congratulated Ash after he had won it.

In Toying With Your Motions!, Wikstrom watched Ash's match against Leon in the Masters Eight Tournament finals, shedding tears at witnessing Sirfetch'd's chivalrous performance.

Character

True to his appearance, Wikstrom is very chivalrous in his mannerisms and choice of words, though is also very kind and offers support to anyone who seeks it. He believes in upholding the standards of chivalry in all aspects of life, as he believes chivalry to be the best method to achieve greater strength. In battle, whether it be a Pokémon battle or a fight with sword props, he attacks bravely and strives to overwhelm his opponent. Wikstrom also a strong supporter of youth, opening the Castle of Chivalry to provide young Trainers with a training ground to grow stronger and wiser.

Wikstrom is also prone to sudden bursts of extreme and joyous crying when witnessing something truly chivalrous, something that provides humor and concern alike to those around him.

Pokémon

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

 
Scizor ↔ Mega Scizor
Wikstrom used his Scizor in a battle against Diantha's Gardevoir, with both Pokémon Mega Evolved. Despite a type advantage, Mega Scizor lost the battle in a single hit.

None of Scizor's moves are known.

Debut Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction
 
Aegislash
Wikstrom used an Aegislash to impede Ash and Goh during their final challenge at the Castle of Chivalry. The battle was called off once Goh managed to get the key from Wikstrom's Klefki, successfully completing the challenge.

Aegislash only known moves are Sacred Sword and King's Shield, and its Ability is Stance Change.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
 
Probopass
Probopass was one of the obstacles Ash and Goh had to overcome at the Castle of Chivalry. Using magnetism, it made it difficult for Ash and Goh to move in the armor they were wearing.

None of Probopass's moves are known.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
 
Litwick
Litwick provided light for the obstacles Ash and Goh encountered at the Castle of Chivalry.

None of Litwick's moves are known.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
 
Escavalier
Escavalier was among the obstacles that Goh encountered at the Castle of Chivalry. He battled it briefly with his Scyther before it retreated.

In The Future is Now, Thanks to Strategy!, Escavalier was used in Wikstrom's battle against Drasna and her Altaria.

Escavalier's known moves are Fury Cutter and Fell Stinger.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
Voice actors
Japanese Noriaki Kanze
English Bill Rogers
 
Dedenne
Dedenne was one of the Pokémon used during the second phase of Wikstrom's training. While following his Farfetch'd, Ash found it and let his guard down, receiving an electric shock. Soon after, Dedenne ran off back into the castle walls.

Dedenne's only known move is Nuzzle.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld
 
Honedge
Honedge attempted a sneak attack against Ash's Farfetch'd, but the ambush was foiled by its Trainer.

None of Honedge's moves are known.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!
 
Klefki
Klefki was among the obstacles that Ash and Goh encountered at the Castle of Chivalry. To pass the final challenge, Ash and Goh were tasked with taking the key Klefki was holding. By teaming up with his Scyther, Goh succeeded in grabbing the key, completing the challenge.

Klefki's only known move is Fairy Wind.

Debut Searching for Chivalry!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 花輪英司 Eiji Hanawa
Arabic علي سعد Ali Saad (S24)
إبراهيم ماضي Ibrahim Madi (S25)
Danish Rasmus Hammerich
Finnish Jukka Pihlajaniemi
Italian Massimiliano Lotti
Norwegian Lars Dahl Dova
Polish Tomasz Steciuk
Brazilian Portuguese Ronaldo Júlio
Spanish Latin America Beto Castillo
Spain Pablo Adán


GOTCHA!

Wikstrom briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

 
Wikstrom in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Wikstrom debuts in Malamar Traps. He first appears as a fantasy when Diantha informed Korrina about each of the Kalos Elite Four. He later debuts in person alongside Drasna, where he assists X and Y's group in their quest to stop Team Flare. With his Probopass's magnetic abilities, Wikstrom created guides in the road to help X's group travel to Team Flare's hiding place. Later, Wikstrom battles against members of Team Flare at Route 20.

After Team Flare is fully defeated, Wikstrom, the remaining Elite Four members, and Diantha carry the unconscious body of Malva, who had turned out to be a member of Team Flare.

Pokémon

 
Probopass
Probopass is Wikstrom's only known Pokémon. It was first used to help X and his friends on their way to Team Flare's hiding place. By using its magnetism to pull ore from the ground, Probopass made guides in the road to lead X and his friends on their way.

Probopass's only known move is Magnet Bomb.

Debut Malamar Traps
 
Wikstrom in Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Wikstrom appeared in a flashback in Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to Be a Leek Master!. Just like in the anime, Wikstrom trained Ash and Goh at some point before the events of the chapter.

Pokémon

 
Aegislash
Aegislash appeared in a flashback alongside Wikstrom, it is assumed that Ash and Goh battled him like in the anime. According to Ash, Aegislash represented the meaning of "knight".

None of Aegislash's moves are known.

Debut Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to Be a Leek Master!

Trivia

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ガンピ Gampi From 雁皮 gampi (a group of Japanese shrubs belonging to the genus Wikstroemia)
English Wikstrom From the genus Wikstroemia
German Thymelot From Thymelaeaceae (family that contains the genus Wikstroemia) and Camelot
Spanish Tileo From timeleáceas (Thymelaeaceae)
French Thyméo From Thymelaeaceae and τιμώ timáo (Greek for honor)
Italian Timeus From Thymelaeaceae
Korean 간피 Ganpi Transcription of his Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 雁鎧 / 雁铠 Yànkǎi From 雁皮 yànpí / ngaahnpèih (gampi) and 鎧甲 / 铠甲 kǎijiǎ / hóigaap (armor)
Chinese (Cantonese) 雁鎧 Ngaahnhói


References

Related articles


Kalos League
 
Elite Four
Malva
 
Elite Four
Siebold
 
Elite Four
Wikstrom
 
Elite Four
Drasna
 
Champion
Diantha


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