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A '''PokéManiac''' (かいじゅうマニアMonster Maniac) is a type of trainer originating from the generation I games.
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A '''PokéManiac''' (かいじゅうマニアMonster Maniac) is a Trainer Class introduced in [[Generation I]].
   
They were originally presented as strange boys wearing trench coats or cloaks with long hair covering half of their face. In Generation III and beyond, they are Pokémon cosplayers dressed like Charizard or Tyranitar. [[Bill]] is said to be a PokéManiac.
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They first appeared as strange boys wearing trench coats or cloaks with long hair covering half of their face. In Generation III and beyond, they are Pokémon cosplayers dressed like Charizard or Tyranitar. [[Bill]] is said to be a PokéManiac.
   
 
They raise many different types of Pokémon from the monster egg-group, all of them being reptilian in terms of looks, such as [[Charmander]], [[Lickitung]], [[Lairon]] and [[Cubone]]. They also seem to favor rare Pokémon.
 
They raise many different types of Pokémon from the monster egg-group, all of them being reptilian in terms of looks, such as [[Charmander]], [[Lickitung]], [[Lairon]] and [[Cubone]]. They also seem to favor rare Pokémon.

Revision as of 18:54, March 18, 2012

A PokéManiac (かいじゅうマニアMonster Maniac) is a Trainer Class introduced in Generation I.

They first appeared as strange boys wearing trench coats or cloaks with long hair covering half of their face. In Generation III and beyond, they are Pokémon cosplayers dressed like Charizard or Tyranitar. Bill is said to be a PokéManiac.

They raise many different types of Pokémon from the monster egg-group, all of them being reptilian in terms of looks, such as Charmander, Lickitung, Lairon and Cubone. They also seem to favor rare Pokémon.

Sprites

RB Battle Sprite


GSC Battle Sprite


RSE Battle Sprite


FRLG Battle Sprite


HGSS Battle Sprite
PokéManiacRBsprite


PokéManiacGSCsprite


PokéManiacRSEsprite


PokéManiacFRLGsprite


PokéManiacHGSSsprite


Trivia

  • In Pokémon Stadium 2, the PokeManiacs seem to wear trench coats instead of cloaks. Since all Trainer appearances are based on the sprites of Gold, Silver and Crystal, this is the only Trainer Class not to have his appearance based on his appearance in the Generation II games.

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