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Revision as of 01:31, 19 September 2013

This article is about the Trainer class introduced in Generation II. For the Trainer class known as Medium in Pokémon Stadium, see Channeler (Trainer class).
Medium
イタコ Itako
Spr HGSS Medium.png
Medium sprite from HeartGold and SoulSilver
Other names
Introduced in Generation II
Appears in Gold, Silver, and Crystal
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Stadium 2
Gender Female
Counterpart {{{counterpart}}}
Notable members {{{members}}}
Anime debut [[]]
TCG debut [[ (TCG)|]]
TCG card {{{card}}}
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

Medium (Japanese: イタコ Itako) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in Generation II games. They are depicted as old women with little ghosts floating around them in Generation II, and as old women with a large, lit candle in each hand in Generation IV. As their Japanese name suggests, they're based on blind female shamans from northern Japan who dress in a white kimono during their training for initiation (Itako). In the Japanese versions of Generation II's games, they are also shown carrying Buddhist prayer beads, which were removed in the Western versions due to Nintendo's policy on religious references.

They only appear in the Ecruteak Gym, where they specialize in Ghost-type Pokémon, and the Saffron Gym, where they specialize in Psychic-type Pokémon.

Appearance

Spr GS Medium JP.png Spr GS Medium.png Spr HGSS Medium.png S2 Medium.pngS2 Medium alt.png
Sprite from
Gold and Silver (JP)
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Portraits from
Stadium 2
Medium II OD.png Medium OD.pngMediumunlit OD.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprites from
HeartGold and SoulSilver

Trainer list

Pokémon Gold and Silver



Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver


In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Medium
Germany Flag.png German Medium
Italy Flag.png Italian Sensitiva
Spain Flag.png Spanish Mentalista


Trainer classes in the Pokémon core series
Kanto Ace Trainer*BeautyBikerBird KeeperBlack Belt*Bug CatcherBurglarCamper*ChampionGSCFRLGHGSS
ChannelerCue BallElite FourGSCFRLGHGSSEngineerFishermanGamer*GentlemanHikerJugglerLass
LeaderGSCFRLGHGSSPicnicker*Poké Maniac*PKMN TrainerGSCPsychicRivalRocker
Rocket Boss*FRLGHGSSSailorScientistSuper NerdSwimmerTamerTeam Rocket Grunt*Youngster
BoarderHGSSDouble TeamHGSSFirebreatherGSCHGSSGuitaristGSCHGSSMediumGSCHGSSPokéfanGSCHGSS
School Kid*GSCHGSSSkierHGSSTeacherGSCHGSSTwinsGSCFRLGHGSS
Cool CoupleFRLGCrush KinFRLGSis and BroFRLGYoung CoupleFRLGHGSS
Beta Trainer class:
ChiefRGBY
Johto Ace Trainer*BeautyBikerBird KeeperBlack Belt*BoarderBug CatcherBurglarCamper
ChampionExecutive*FirebreatherFisherman*GentlemanGuitaristHikerJugglerKimono GirlLass
LeaderMediumPicnickerPokéfanPoké Maniac*PKMN TrainerPoliceman*PsychicRivalSage
SailorSchool Kid*ScientistSkierSuper NerdSwimmerTeacherTeam Rocket Grunt*TwinsYoungster
Mystery ManCHGSS*
Double TeamHGSSElderHGSSYoung CoupleHGSS
Only in the Battle FrontierHGSS:

Aroma LadyArtistBattle GirlCameramanClownCollector
CowgirlCyclistDragon TamerIdolJoggerLadyNinja Boy
Parasol LadyPIPoké KidPKMN BreederPKMN Ranger
RancherReporterRich BoyRoughneckRuin ManiacSocialite
TuberVeteranWaiterWaitressWorker
Arcade StarCastle ValetFactory HeadHall MatronTower Tycoon

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