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*In all of the games, the species of the dolls accompanying the female PokéFan sprite is shown with has changed, but the male PokéFan sprite has always been shown with {{p|Pikachu}} or {{p|Pichu}}, both on his t-shirt and the costumed child.
 
*In all of the games, the species of the dolls accompanying the female PokéFan sprite is shown with has changed, but the male PokéFan sprite has always been shown with {{p|Pikachu}} or {{p|Pichu}}, both on his t-shirt and the costumed child.
*Because the female PokéFan sprite remains the same between Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum and HeartGold and SoulSilver, they are shown to have {{p|Bonsly}} dolls in a region where Sudowoodo appears only once (and is apparently not well-known) and where Bonsly does not appear in [[List of Pokémon by Johto Pokédex number|the regional Pokédex]].
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*Because the female PokéFan sprite remains the same between Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum and HeartGold and SoulSilver, they are shown to have {{p|Bonsly}} dolls in [[Johto|a region]] where Sudowoodo appears only once (and is apparently not well-known) and where Bonsly does not appear in [[List of Pokémon by Johto Pokédex number|the regional Pokédex]].
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==

Revision as of 04:21, 7 June 2011

This article is about the Trainer class. For the magazine, see Pokémon Fan.

A PokéFan (Japanese: だいすきクラブ Lovers Club) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation II games. They come in two varieties: Middle-aged women with Poké Dolls, and middle-aged men with small children dressed in Pikachu outfits. Trainers of this class are members of Pokémon Fan Club.

They raise many different cute Pokémon, that usually belong to the Fairy egg group. The Pokémon of PokéFans are notable for always holding a Berry or Oran Berry, depending on the game.

Appearance

File:GSC PokeFanM.pngFile:GSC PokeFanF.png S2 PokéfanM.pngS2 PokéfanF.png File:RSE PokeFanM.pngFile:RSE PokeFanF.png File:DP PokéFan M.pngFile:DP PokéFan F.png File:Spr BW PokéFan M.pngFile:Spr BW PokéFan F.png
Images from
Gold, Silver, and Crystal
Images from
Stadium 2
Images from
Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
Images from
Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver
Images from
Black and White

Trainer List

Pokémon Gold/Silver


Pokémon Crystal


Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire


Pokémon Emerald


Pokémon Diamond/Pearl


Pokémon Platinum


Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver


Pokémon Black/White


In the anime

In the manga

In Danger: High Voltorb of Pokémon Adventures, a group of PokéFans congregate in the Pokémon Fan Club headquarters to talk about their favorite Pokémon and to read their own magazine.

Trivia

  • In all of the games, the species of the dolls accompanying the female PokéFan sprite is shown with has changed, but the male PokéFan sprite has always been shown with Pikachu or Pichu, both on his t-shirt and the costumed child.
  • Because the female PokéFan sprite remains the same between Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum and HeartGold and SoulSilver, they are shown to have Bonsly dolls in a region where Sudowoodo appears only once (and is apparently not well-known) and where Bonsly does not appear in the regional Pokédex.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Pokéfan
Germany Flag.png German PokéFan
Italy Flag.png Italian PokéFan
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Pokéfan


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