|Hometown||Silver Rock Isle|
|Anime debut||Win, Lose or Drew!|
|English voice actor||Sean Schemmel|
|Japanese voice actor||Katsuyuki Konishi|
The next time Robert appeared was during the Hoenn Grand Festival. In Deceit and Assist, he was seen using his Milotic in the Appeals Round. In the following episode, Rhapsody in Drew, he nearly became a victim of Team Rocket when they tried to steal his Contest Pass and his Pokémon.
Ash tried to stop them using his Snorunt, but it couldn't get its Ice Beam to work. Robert took Snorunt aside and told it to concentrate more. Snorunt did, and thanks in part to Robert's pep talk, it evolved into Glalie.
Robert then proceeded to the finals of the Hoenn Grand Festival, which he won, earning the Ribbon Cup as well as the title of Top Coordinator. According to Drew, immediately after he won, he began training for the next Grand Festival.
| Milotic is Robert's main Pokémon. It was first seen in Win, Lose or Drew! where it was used in the Slateport City Pokémon Contest. It proved to be very talented as its performance was able to advance Robert to the Battle Round. It later battled Drew and his Roselia where it used its Iron Tail attack. When Roselia sent out a Magical Leaf, Milotic cut through it with its Twister. Robert was then declared the winner of the battle and he went on to win the whole Contest.
It later appeared in Deceit and Assist where it was used in the Appeals Round of the Hoenn Grand Festival. It was seen again during the final match of the Festival battling alongside Robert's Claydol against Drew's Flygon and Masquerain and winning.
|Debut||Win, Lose or Drew!|
| Claydol was first seen in Rhapsody in Drew when Team Rocket was researching Robert on a computer. It was later seen during the final match of the Hoenn Grand Festival battling alongside Robert's Milotic against Drew's Flygon and Masquerain and winning.
Claydol's only known move is Hyper Beam.
|Debut||Rhapsody in Drew|
Robert has competed in the following Grand Festival competitions:
- Both of Robert's known Pokémon debuted in episodes with Drew in their titles.
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