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|first = [[Pokémon Crystal]] <br />''(2000)''
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|otherappear = [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] <br />''(2000)''
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'''Kris''' is the female playable character in ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', her first and only game. She was the first ever playable female character in the Pokémon games. In the Generation IV remakes of ''[[Pokémon Gold & Silver Version|Gold and Silver]]'', ''[[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'', she was replaced by [[Lyra (game)|Lyra]].
   
'''Kris''' is the female playable character in ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', her first and only game. She was the first ever playable female character in the Pokémon games. In the Generation IV remakes of ''[[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold and Silver]]'', ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'', she was replaced by [[Lyra (Game)|Lyra]].
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==Appearance==
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Kris wears a yellow beanie, white short jacket, red shirt, yellow bike shorts and white and red shoes, she has teal hair
   
==Manga==
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==Personality==
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==Biography==
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===Games===
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====Main Games====
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=====Crystal=====
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In ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', Kris is a young trainer from the [[Johto]] region, who sets out to prove herself three years after Red became the Pokémon League [[Champion]]. Kris is the female protagonist in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Pokémon Crystal. Kris's journey as a [[Pokémon trainer]] begins when [[Professor Elm]] asks her to run an errand for [[Mr. Pokémon]], who lives north of [[Cherrygrove City]]. Because she may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives her a choice between [[Starter Pokémon|three Pokémon]] to protect her: [[Cyndaquil]], [[Totodile]] or [[Chikorita]].
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Kris meets a boy her age watching Elm's Lab from outside. When she tries to talk to him the boy abruptly shoves her away. The boy, [[Silver (game)|Silver]], will become Kris's rival, analogous to [[Blue (game)|Blue]] in [[Generation I]]. Kris continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes her errand. While there she meets [[Professor Oak]] who, upon realizing Kris's bond with her new Pokémon, gives her a [[Pokédex]]. On her way back home, Kris again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining [[Pokémon]]. After defeating/being defeated by the boy in battle, she learns his name and relays it to the police in [[New Bark Town]]. Professor Elm allows Kris to keep the Pokémon she chose earlier, and encourages her to compete in the [[Johto]] League.
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From there Kris begins on a Pokémon journey in the [[Johto]] region, facing off against its [[Johto Gyms|eight Gym Leaders]], defeating and disbanding the newly reformed [[Team Rocket]], and becoming League [[Champion]] by defeating the [[Elite Four]] and its previous [[Champion]], [[Lance]] at the [[Indigo Plateau]]. Along the way she also teaches Silver to respect [[Pokémon]] as living creatures and not just as tools for battle. After being declared the League Champion, Kris then takes a short trip on a ship, the [[S.S. Aqua]], from [[Olivine City]] to [[Vermilion City]] in [[Kanto]]. Journeying across that region, she battles against its own set of eight [[Gym Leaders]], including two new faces, [[Janine]], who replaced her father [[Koga]] on his promotion to the [[Elite Four]], and Blue, who was formerly League Champion himself, and replaced [[Giovanni]] after the latter fled. Upon getting permission from [[Professor Oak]] in [[Pallet Town]], Kris heads for [[Mt. Silver]] via [[Route 28]]. Her journey comes to a close when she finally faces the legendary trainer [[Red (game)|Red]] deep in Mt. Silver's cave, who had been training there since shortly after he became League [[Champion]] three years prior.
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===Manga===
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====Adventures====
 
{{Main|Crystal (manga)}}
 
{{Main|Crystal (manga)}}
   
==Anime==
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===Anime===
{{Main|Marina}}
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====Side Series====
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{{Main|Marina (Johto)}}
 
Kris' counterpart in the anime is [[Marina (Johto)|Marina]].
 
Kris' counterpart in the anime is [[Marina (Johto)|Marina]].
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery spacing="small" widths="150" captionalign="left">
 
File:Tumblr m431p1czZf1r64jmlo1 400.png|Kris' artwork sketch
 
File:PokemonCrystal-character.png|Kris artwork of her running
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
==Sprites==
 
==Sprites==
<gallery orientation="portrait" columns="3" captionalign="left">
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{{TrainerSpriteTop|type = mix|altwidth = 600}}
Overworld sprite from Crystal.png|Kris' overworld sprite from Crystal
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Kris's Battle Sprite from [[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]}}
Back sprite from Crystal.png|Kris' back sprite from Crystal
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Kris's Back Sprite from Crystal}}
C Kris.png|Kris sprite from Crystal
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{{TrainerSpriteHeader|HeaderName = Kris's Overworld Sprite from Crystal}}
</gallery>
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{{TrainerSpriteHeaderEnd}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = C Kris.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = Back sprite from Crystal.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteBody|type = mix|ImageName = Overworld sprite from Crystal.png}}
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{{TrainerSpriteEnd}}
   
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Kris is the first female protagonist to be playable in a Pokémon game.
 
*Kris is the first female protagonist to be playable in a Pokémon game.
*Pokemon Crystal and ''[[Pokémon Stadium 2]]'' were the only games she appeared in.
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*Pokémon Crystal and ''[[Pokémon Stadium 2]]'' were the only games she appeared in.
 
*It was believed that Kris and Lyra were one and the same, since Kris was the playable female in ''Pokémon Crystal'', it was assumed that Lyra was Kris' new alternate outfit.
 
*It was believed that Kris and Lyra were one and the same, since Kris was the playable female in ''Pokémon Crystal'', it was assumed that Lyra was Kris' new alternate outfit.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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File:Tumblr m431p1czZf1r64jmlo1 400.png|Kris' artwork sketch
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File:PokemonCrystal-character.png|Kris artwork of her running
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</gallery>
   
 
{{Playable Characters}}
 
{{Playable Characters}}

Latest revision as of 07:36, August 12, 2014

Kris
クリス Kris
Crystal Kris
Kris in Pokémon Crystal
Names Many
Gender Female
Class Pokémon Trainer
Region Johto
Hometown New Bark Town
Relatives Mother
First Appearance Pokémon Crystal
(2000)
Other Appearances Pokémon Stadium 2
(2000)
Rival(s) Silver
Main Game Character

Kris is the female playable character in Pokémon Crystal, her first and only game. She was the first ever playable female character in the Pokémon games. In the Generation IV remakes of Gold and Silver, HeartGold and SoulSilver, she was replaced by Lyra.

AppearanceEdit

Kris wears a yellow beanie, white short jacket, red shirt, yellow bike shorts and white and red shoes, she has teal hair

PersonalityEdit

BiographyEdit

GamesEdit

Main GamesEdit

CrystalEdit

In Pokémon Crystal, Kris is a young trainer from the Johto region, who sets out to prove herself three years after Red became the Pokémon League Champion. Kris is the female protagonist in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Pokémon Crystal. Kris's journey as a Pokémon trainer begins when Professor Elm asks her to run an errand for Mr. Pokémon, who lives north of Cherrygrove City. Because she may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives her a choice between three Pokémon to protect her: Cyndaquil, Totodile or Chikorita.

Kris meets a boy her age watching Elm's Lab from outside. When she tries to talk to him the boy abruptly shoves her away. The boy, Silver, will become Kris's rival, analogous to Blue in Generation I. Kris continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes her errand. While there she meets Professor Oak who, upon realizing Kris's bond with her new Pokémon, gives her a Pokédex. On her way back home, Kris again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining Pokémon. After defeating/being defeated by the boy in battle, she learns his name and relays it to the police in New Bark Town. Professor Elm allows Kris to keep the Pokémon she chose earlier, and encourages her to compete in the Johto League.

From there Kris begins on a Pokémon journey in the Johto region, facing off against its eight Gym Leaders, defeating and disbanding the newly reformed Team Rocket, and becoming League Champion by defeating the Elite Four and its previous Champion, Lance at the Indigo Plateau. Along the way she also teaches Silver to respect Pokémon as living creatures and not just as tools for battle. After being declared the League Champion, Kris then takes a short trip on a ship, the S.S. Aqua, from Olivine City to Vermilion City in Kanto. Journeying across that region, she battles against its own set of eight Gym Leaders, including two new faces, Janine, who replaced her father Koga on his promotion to the Elite Four, and Blue, who was formerly League Champion himself, and replaced Giovanni after the latter fled. Upon getting permission from Professor Oak in Pallet Town, Kris heads for Mt. Silver via Route 28. Her journey comes to a close when she finally faces the legendary trainer Red deep in Mt. Silver's cave, who had been training there since shortly after he became League Champion three years prior.

MangaEdit

AdventuresEdit

Main article: Crystal (manga)


AnimeEdit

Side SeriesEdit

Main article: Marina (Johto)

Kris' counterpart in the anime is Marina.

SpritesEdit

Kris's Battle Sprite from Crystal


Kris's Back Sprite from Crystal


Kris's Overworld Sprite from Crystal
C Kris


Back sprite from Crystal


Overworld sprite from Crystal


EtymologyEdit

Her name may be a play on the word "crystal" (Crystal).

TriviaEdit

  • Kris is the first female protagonist to be playable in a Pokémon game.
  • Pokémon Crystal and Pokémon Stadium 2 were the only games she appeared in.
  • It was believed that Kris and Lyra were one and the same, since Kris was the playable female in Pokémon Crystal, it was assumed that Lyra was Kris' new alternate outfit.

GalleryEdit

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