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|name = Pokémon Trainer
 
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|jname = ポケモントレーナー Pokémon Trainer
 
|jname = ポケモントレーナー Pokémon Trainer
 
|age = 10 and Up
 
|age = 10 and Up
|region = Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova
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|region = [[Kanto]], [[Johto]], [[Hoenn]], [[Sinnoh]], [[Unova]], [[Kalos]]
|family = [[Mother]]
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|family = [[Mother]], [[Norman]] ([[Generation III]] only)
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|firstappear = [[Pokémon Red and Blue]]}}
 
 
'''Pokémon Trainer''' is the term commonly used for a person who catches, occasionally names, and trains several different kinds and types of [[Pokémon]].
 
'''Pokémon Trainer''' is the term commonly used for a person who catches, occasionally names, and trains several different kinds and types of [[Pokémon]].
   
Pokémon Trainers start their journey at the age of 10 when they get their first Pokémon. The starter Pokémon that Pokémon Trainers receive depends on what town they live in and which region they live in.
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Pokémon Trainers generally start their journey at the age of 10, when they receive their first Pokémon. However, they can start later. In the [[Unova ]]region, the playable character is around sixteen, not ten. The starter Pokémon that Pokémon Trainers receive depends on what town they live in and which region they live in.
   
Most Pokémon trainers have a common goal: to be the ultimate Pokémon trainer, which is only obtainable by defeating the [[Elite Four]] and becoming the [[Pokémon Champion]].
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Most Pokémon trainers have a common goal: to be the ultimate Pokémon trainer, a prestigious title which is only obtainable by defeating the [[Elite Four]] and becoming the [[Pokémon Champion]].
   
There are almost as many Pokémon trainers as there are Pokémon. Each one uses different Pokémon, a different fighting style, and a different attitude. There are usually different levels of Pokémon Trainers in terms of difficulty, Ace Trainers often being the strongest. [[Red]] is the strongest trainer in ''Pokémon [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold and Silver]]'', ''[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]'', ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]''. His [[Red's Pikachu|Pikachu]] is level 81 in [[Generation II]] and 88 in [[Generation IV]].
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There are almost as many Pokémon trainers as there are Pokémon. Each one uses different Pokémon, a different fighting style, and a different attitude. There are usually different levels of Pokémon Trainers in terms of difficulty, Ace Trainers often being the strongest. [[Red]] is the strongest trainer in ''Pokémon [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold and Silver]]'', ''[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]'', ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]''. His [[Red's Pikachu|Pikachu]] is level 81 in [[Generation II]] and 88 in [[Generation IV]], making Red the toughest trainer to beat. It is unlikely that the player could beat him unless all of their party Pokémon were at least in their mid eighties in level. Few, however, succeed in this aim except [[Ash Ketchum]], the male protagonist of the anime and movies who never gives up on his dream. He travels the Pokémon world in a mission to catch every single different Pokémon and add it to his Pokédex. By his side is always his trusty electric mouse Pokémon, [[Pikachu]].
   
There are usually Pokémon Trainers almost anywhere that isn't deserted. Pokémon Trainers usually reside and battle on routes in order to weaken the protagonist/player and slow them down. Pokémon Trainers are almost always found in towns, routes, buildings, and the ever so infamous [[Victory Road]]. They also inhabit [[Gym]]s.
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There are usually Pokémon Trainers almost anywhere that isn't deserted. Pokémon Trainers usually reside and battle on routes in order to weaken the protagonist/player and slow them down. Pokémon Trainers are almost always found in towns, routes, buildings, and the [[Victory Road]]. They also inhabit [[Gym]]s.
   
Few, however, succeed in this aim, but [[Ash Ketchum]], the male protagonist of the anime and movies, never gives up. He travels the Pokémon world in a mission to catch every single different Pokémon and add it to his/her Pokédex. By his side is always his trusty electric mouse Pokémon, [[Pikachu]]. In Unova, the player is around 16.
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==Trivia==
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*Even though Ash states that one has to be at least ten years old to have a trainer's license, [[Unova]] allows preschool age children to train Pokémon.
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*In remakes, player characters receive redesigns.
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*[[Pokémon X and Y]] allow the player to customize their clothes.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
===Male===
 
===Male===
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{{Gallery Box|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="150" spacing="small" captionsize="small" captionposition="below">
Red_(game).png|[[Red (Game)|Red]]
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Red_(game).png|[[Red (game)|Red]]
Gold.png|[[Gold (Game)|Gold]]
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Gold.png|[[Gold (game)|Gold]]
Emerald Brendan.png|[[Brendan (Game)|Brendan]]
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Pokemon ORAS Brendan.png|[[Brendan (game)|Brendan]]
Platinum Lucas.png|[[Lucas (Game)|Lucas]]
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Platinum Lucas.png|[[Lucas (game)|Lucas]]
Black.png|[[Hilbert (Game)|Hilbert]]
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Black.png|[[Hilbert (game)|Hilbert]]
 
Black2.png|[[Nate]]
 
Black2.png|[[Nate]]
</gallery>
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XY_Calem.png|[[Calem]]
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</gallery>}}
   
 
===Female===
 
===Female===
'''<gallery captionalign="center" widths="150" spacing="small" captionsize="small" captionposition="below">
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{{Gallery Box|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="150" spacing="small" captionsize="small" captionposition="below">
Game character leafgreen.png|[[Green (Game)|Green]]
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Game character leafgreen.png|[[Green (game)|Green]]
Crystal Kris.png|[[Kris (Game)|Kris]]
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Crystal Kris.png|[[Kris (game)|Kris]]
Lyra.png|[[Lyra (Game)|Lyra]]
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Lyra.png|[[Lyra (game)|Lyra]]
May Emerald-1-.png|[[May (Game)|May]]
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Pokemon ORAS May.png|[[May (game)|May]]
Platinum Dawn.png|[[Dawn (Game)|Dawn]]
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Platinum Dawn.png|[[Dawn (game)|Dawn]]
Black and White Trainer Girl.png|[[Hilda (Game)|Hilda]]
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Black and White Trainer Girl.png|[[Hilda (game)|Hilda]]
 
White2.png|[[Rosa]]
 
White2.png|[[Rosa]]
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XY_Serena.png|[[Serena (game)|Serena]]
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</gallery>}}
   
==Trivia==
 
*Even though Ash states that one has to be at least 10 to have a trainer's license, [[Unova]] allows preschoolers to train Pokémon.
 
 
[[Category:Trainer Class]]
 
[[Category:Trainer Class]]
[[Category:Game Characters]]
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[[Category:Pokémon game characters]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon trainers]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon trainers]]

Latest revision as of 23:06, December 18, 2014

Pokémon Trainer
(ポケモントレーナー Pokémon Trainer)
GSC
General
Region: Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos
Family: Mother, Norman (Generation III only)
First Appearance: Pokémon Red and Blue

Pokémon Trainer is the term commonly used for a person who catches, occasionally names, and trains several different kinds and types of Pokémon.

Pokémon Trainers generally start their journey at the age of 10, when they receive their first Pokémon. However, they can start later. In the Unova region, the playable character is around sixteen, not ten. The starter Pokémon that Pokémon Trainers receive depends on what town they live in and which region they live in.

Most Pokémon trainers have a common goal: to be the ultimate Pokémon trainer, a prestigious title which is only obtainable by defeating the Elite Four and becoming the Pokémon Champion.

There are almost as many Pokémon trainers as there are Pokémon. Each one uses different Pokémon, a different fighting style, and a different attitude. There are usually different levels of Pokémon Trainers in terms of difficulty, Ace Trainers often being the strongest. Red is the strongest trainer in Pokémon Gold and Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver. His Pikachu is level 81 in Generation II and 88 in Generation IV, making Red the toughest trainer to beat. It is unlikely that the player could beat him unless all of their party Pokémon were at least in their mid eighties in level. Few, however, succeed in this aim except Ash Ketchum, the male protagonist of the anime and movies who never gives up on his dream. He travels the Pokémon world in a mission to catch every single different Pokémon and add it to his Pokédex. By his side is always his trusty electric mouse Pokémon, Pikachu.

There are usually Pokémon Trainers almost anywhere that isn't deserted. Pokémon Trainers usually reside and battle on routes in order to weaken the protagonist/player and slow them down. Pokémon Trainers are almost always found in towns, routes, buildings, and the Victory Road. They also inhabit Gyms.

TriviaEdit

  • Even though Ash states that one has to be at least ten years old to have a trainer's license, Unova allows preschool age children to train Pokémon.
  • In remakes, player characters receive redesigns.
  • Pokémon X and Y allow the player to customize their clothes.

GalleryEdit

MaleEdit

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FemaleEdit

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