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|image = B2W2mom.png|150px
|backcolor2 = pink
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|name = Mom
|textcolor = black
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|jname = '''ママさん''' ''Mama-san''
|image = [[File:B2W2mom.png|150px|Mother]]
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|age = Unknown, presumably 30 to 35.
|name = Mom
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|hometown =
|jname = ママさん ''Mama-san''
 
|age = Unknown, presumably 30 to 35.
 
|hometown = Starter Cities:
 
 
*[[Pallet Town]]
 
*[[Pallet Town]]
 
*[[New Bark Town]]
 
*[[New Bark Town]]
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*[[Twinleaf Town]]
 
*[[Twinleaf Town]]
 
*[[Nuvema Town]]
 
*[[Nuvema Town]]
|region = [[Kanto]]
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*[[Aspertia City]]
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*[[Vaniville Town]]
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|region =
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*[[Kanto]]
 
*[[Johto]]
 
*[[Johto]]
 
*[[Hoenn]]
 
*[[Hoenn]]
 
*[[Sinnoh]]
 
*[[Sinnoh]]
 
*[[Unova]]
 
*[[Unova]]
|family = All player characters, [[Norman]] (Husband in [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]], [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]], and [[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]]), Husband (In Generation I and IV)
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*[[Kalos]]
|class = Non-Playable-Character
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|family = All player characters (Son/Daughter)<br />[[Norman]] (Husband in [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Version|Ruby]], [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Version|Sapphire]], [[Pokémon Emerald Version|Emerald]], [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|Omega Ruby]] and [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|Alpha Sapphire]])<br /> Husband (In Generation I and IV)
|firstappear = [[Pokemon Red and Blue]]
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|class = Non-Playable-Character
}}The [[player]]'s '''Mom''' appears in every Pokémon RPG game to date, excluding, of course, games like [[Pokémon Stadium]] and [[Pokémon Snap]] and similar. This entails all of the Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, and the new DS games (Pokémon [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red]], [[Pokémon Red and Green|Green]], [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Blue]], [[Pokémon Yellow|Yellow]], [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold]], [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Silver]], [[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]], [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]], [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]], [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed]], [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|LeafGreen]], [[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Diamond]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pearl]], [[Pokémon Platinum|Platinum]], [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold,]] [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|SoulSilver]], [[Pokémon Black and White|Black]], and [[Pokémon Black and White|White]].) She assists you in the beginning on these games in small ways. In the Pokémon games [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]], [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]], [[Pokemon Emerald|Emerald]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Diamond]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pearl]], [[Pokemon Platinum|Platinum]], [[Pokémon Black and White|Black]], and [[Pokémon Black and White|White]], Mom gives you [[Running Shoes]] before you leave the first town. In [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed]] and [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|LeafGreen]], she sends the running shoes to you through one of [[Professor Oak]]'s aides.
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|firstappear = [[Pokémon Red and Blue Version|Pokémon Red and Blue]]}}
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The [[player]]'s '''Mom''' appears in every Pokémon RPG game to date, excluding, of course, games like ''[[Pokémon Stadium]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Snap]]''. She assists you in the beginning on these games in small ways. In [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|''Pokémon Ruby'', ''Sapphire'']], [[Pokémon Emerald|''Emerald'']], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|''Diamond'', ''Pearl'']], [[Pokémon Platinum|''Platinum'']], [[Pokémon Black and White|''Black'', and ''White'']], player's mother gives you [[Running Shoes]] before you leave the first town. In ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', she sends the running shoes to you through one of [[Professor Oak]]'s aides.
   
In all the games save for [[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Gold]], [[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Silver]], and their respective remakes, as well as [[Pokemon Crystal|Crystal]], talking to Mom heals injured Pokémon as would a Pokémon center. In [[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Gold]], [[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Silver]], and [[Pokemon Crystal|Crystal]], as well as [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold]] and [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|SoulSilver]], Mom will take a percentage of your income from defeating trainers and save it. Occassionally, she will spend some of the saved up money on decorations, berries, or other items she finds. At the beginning of [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]], [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]], and [[Pokemon Emerald|Emerald]], Mom draws your attention to the television downstairs, informing you that they're showing the gym of the players father, [[Norman]]. Unfortunately, by the time your character has made their way to the TV, you've missed seeing your father.
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In all the games save for ''[[Pokémon Gold and Silver]]'', and their respective remakes, as well as ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', talking to player's mother heals injured Pokémon as would a [[Pokémon Center]]. In [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'']], and ''[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]'', as well as ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'', the player's mother will take a percentage of your income from defeating trainers and save it. Occasionally, she will spend some of the saved up money on decorations, berries, or other items she finds. At the beginning of [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|''Pokémon Ruby'', ''Sapphire'']], and ''[[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]]'', the player's mother draws your attention to the television downstairs, informing you that they're showing the gym of the players father, [[Norman]]. Unfortunately, by the time your character has made their way to the TV, you've missed seeing your father.''
   
At the end of [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]], [[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]], and [[Pokemon Emerald|Emerald]], after you've defeated the [[Elite Four]] and are standing in the [[Hall of Fame]], there will be a television report of one of two Pokémon roaming the world, either [[Latios]] ([[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby]]) or [[Latias]] ([[Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire|Sapphire]]). In [[Pokemon Emerald]], the news report will not distinguish between which of the two it is. When you next talk to Mom, she will ask you if the report was about a red creature or a blue creature, and whichever you pick, [[Latios]] being the blue creature and [[Latias]] being the red, will determine which of the two will be roaming in your world.
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At the end of [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|''Pokémon Ruby'', ''Sapphire'']], and ''[[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]]'', after you've defeated the [[Elite Four]] and are standing in the [[Hall of Fame]], there will be a television report of one of two Pokémon roaming the world, either [[Latios]] (''Ruby'') or [[Latias]] (''Sapphire''). In ''[[Pokémon Emerald]]'', the news report will not distinguish between which of the two it is. When the player talk to the player's mother, she will ask you if the report was about a red creature or a blue creature, and whichever you pick, Latios being the blue creature and Latias being the red, will determine which of the two will be roaming in your world.
   
The mother in [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Diamond]], [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pearl]], and [[Pokemon Platinum|Platinum]] is the only version of Mom to have an actual name in the game, that being [[Johanna]]. She takes on a much more active lifestyle then the Mom's from past games, often competing in contests. When the player meets up with [[Johanna]], their Mother, at the Super Contest Hall in [[Hearthome City]], she gives the player either a tuxedo or a dress depending on the players gender. She also supplies the player with a journal at the beginning of their journey.
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The mother in [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|''Pokémon Diamond'', ''Pearl'']], and ''[[Pokémon Platinum|Platinum]]'' is the first game that the player's mother to have an actual name in the game, that being [[Johanna]]. She takes on a much more active lifestyle then the player's mother's from past games, often competing in contests. When the player meets up with Johanna, their Mother, at the Super Contest Hall in [[Hearthome City]], she gives the player either a tuxedo or a dress depending on the players gender. She also supplies the player with a journal at the beginning of their journey.
   
[[Pokemon Black and White|Pokemon Black and White's]] Mom was once a Pokémon trainer herself, where she met her husband, and in turn the player's father, while he was on his own adventure. She and her husband settled down and had a child, which later becomes the player's character. At the beginning of the game, after the player selects their starting Pokémon, she gives you an [[Xtransceiver]] (or Live Caster from the direct Japanese translation) which can be used like the [[PokéGear]] phone from [[Pokemon Gold and Silver]], [[Pokemon Crystal|Crystal]], and [[Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver]] to contact, or more specically be contacted, by [[Professor Juniper]], Mom, and others. When a call is made with the [[Xtransceiver]], it acts like a video call, bringing up an image of your character and whomever your character may be calling or receiving a call from.
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In ''[[Pokémon Black and White]]'', the [[Hilbert (game)|pla]][[Hilda (game)|yer]]'s mother was once a Pokémon trainer herself, where she met her husband, and in turn the player's father, while he was on his own adventure. She and her husband settled down and had a child, which later becomes the player's character. At the beginning of the game, after the player selects their starting Pokémon, she gives you an [[Xtransceiver]] (or Live Caster from the direct Japanese translation) which can be used like the [[PokéGear]] phone from ''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'', ''Crystal'', ''HeartGold'', and ''SoulSilver'' to contact, or more specifically be contacted, by [[Professor Juniper]], the mother, and others. When a call is made with the [[Xtransceiver]], it acts like a video call, bringing up an image of your character and whomever your character may be calling or receiving a call from. In [[Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|it's sequels]], the mother was a [[Pokémon Center]] receptionist, meaning she was or worked with a [[Nurse Joy]].
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In ''[[Pokémon X and Y]]'', this is the second game that the player's mother is also named, [[Calem]]/[[Serena]]'s mother name is [[Grace (Kalos)|Grace]], and she was a famous [[Rhydon]] rider.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="center" spacing="small" position="center" widths="188">
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<gallery>
GSCmom.png|Mom from Gold and Silver/Crystal
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GSCmom.png|Artwork of [[Gold (game)|Gold]]/[[Kris (game)|Kris]]'s mother from ''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'', and ''Crystal''.
Gen5mom.png|Mom from Black and White
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Gen5mom.png|In-game sprite of [[Hilbert (game)|Hilbert]]/[[Hilda (game)|Hilda]]'s mother from ''Pokémon Black and White''.
B2W2mom.png|Mom from Black 2 and White 2
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B2W2mom.png|In-game sprite of [[Nate]]/[[Rosa]]'s mother from ''Pokémon Black 2 and White 2''.
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Mom PO.png|[[Red (anime)|Red's Mom]] as she appears in [[Pokémon Origins]]
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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[[Category:Female Characters]]
 
[[Category:Female Characters]]
 
[[Category:Generation I Characters]]
 
[[Category:Generation I Characters]]
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[[Category:Generation IV Characters]]
 
[[Category:Generation IV Characters]]
 
[[Category:Generation V Characters]]
 
[[Category:Generation V Characters]]
[[Category:Game Characters]]
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[[Category:Pokémon game characters]]
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[[Category:Generation VI Characters]]

Latest revision as of 03:05, November 30, 2014

Mom
(ママさん Mama-san)
B2W2mom
General
Hometown: *Pallet Town
Region: *Kanto
Family: All player characters (Son/Daughter)
Norman (Husband in Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire)
Husband (In Generation I and IV)
Class: Non-Playable-Character
First Appearance: Pokémon Red and Blue

The player's Mom appears in every Pokémon RPG game to date, excluding, of course, games like Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Snap. She assists you in the beginning on these games in small ways. In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Black, and White, player's mother gives you Running Shoes before you leave the first town. In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, she sends the running shoes to you through one of Professor Oak's aides.

In all the games save for Pokémon Gold and Silver, and their respective remakes, as well as Pokémon Crystal, talking to player's mother heals injured Pokémon as would a Pokémon Center. In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, as well as Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the player's mother will take a percentage of your income from defeating trainers and save it. Occasionally, she will spend some of the saved up money on decorations, berries, or other items she finds. At the beginning of Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, the player's mother draws your attention to the television downstairs, informing you that they're showing the gym of the players father, Norman. Unfortunately, by the time your character has made their way to the TV, you've missed seeing your father.

At the end of Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, after you've defeated the Elite Four and are standing in the Hall of Fame, there will be a television report of one of two Pokémon roaming the world, either Latios (Ruby) or Latias (Sapphire). In Pokémon Emerald, the news report will not distinguish between which of the two it is. When the player talk to the player's mother, she will ask you if the report was about a red creature or a blue creature, and whichever you pick, Latios being the blue creature and Latias being the red, will determine which of the two will be roaming in your world.

The mother in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum is the first game that the player's mother to have an actual name in the game, that being Johanna. She takes on a much more active lifestyle then the player's mother's from past games, often competing in contests. When the player meets up with Johanna, their Mother, at the Super Contest Hall in Hearthome City, she gives the player either a tuxedo or a dress depending on the players gender. She also supplies the player with a journal at the beginning of their journey.

In Pokémon Black and White, the player's mother was once a Pokémon trainer herself, where she met her husband, and in turn the player's father, while he was on his own adventure. She and her husband settled down and had a child, which later becomes the player's character. At the beginning of the game, after the player selects their starting Pokémon, she gives you an Xtransceiver (or Live Caster from the direct Japanese translation) which can be used like the PokéGear phone from Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver to contact, or more specifically be contacted, by Professor Juniper, the mother, and others. When a call is made with the Xtransceiver, it acts like a video call, bringing up an image of your character and whomever your character may be calling or receiving a call from. In it's sequels, the mother was a Pokémon Center receptionist, meaning she was or worked with a Nurse Joy.

In Pokémon X and Y, this is the second game that the player's mother is also named, Calem/Serena's mother name is Grace, and she was a famous Rhydon rider.

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