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エニシダ Enishida
Emerald Scott.png
Official artwork from Emerald
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown
Region Hoenn
Generation III
Games Emerald
Anime debut The Scheme Team
English voice actor Frank Frankson (AG132-AG136)
Bill Rogers (AG149-present)
Japanese voice actor Kōichi Sakaguchi

Scott (Japanese: エニシダ Enishida) is the owner of the Hoenn Battle Frontier.

In the games

Scott appears throughout Pokémon Emerald in various locations in Hoenn, where he can be talked to by the player. Below are the locations he can be found:

When the player first arrives at the Battle Frontier, Scott will award him or her with 1BP for each time they spoke.


In addition to the Battle Points he gives away, Scott rewards the player for completing various objectives in the Battle Frontier:

Achievement Reward
Winning 50 battles Silver Shield
Winning 100 battles Gold Shield
Obtaining all seven Silver Frontier Symbols Lansat Berry
Obtaining all seven Gold Frontier Symbols Starf Berry


Petalburg City

"Excuse me! Let me guess, from the way you're dressed, are you a Pokémon Trainer? Well, maybe not. Your clothes aren't all that dirty. You're either a rookie Trainer, or maybe you're just an ordinary kid. I'm roaming the land in search of talented Trainers. I'm sorry to have taken your time."

Pokémon Trainer's School

"Hello? Didn't we meet before? I think back in Petalburg City. Let me introduce myself. My name's Scott. I've been traveling everywhere in search of outstanding Trainers. More specifically, I'm looking for Pokémon battle experts. So, what brings you to this School? Are you a Trainer, too? The first thing you should do is to have a Pokémon learn the move Cut. If I remember correctly, someone in this town has Cut."

Slateport City

"Huh? I'm sure I met you somewhere before. Have I introduced myself to you? If not, my name's Scott. I just saw Team Aqua ran away from here like they were stung. Let me guess—you drove them away?"
"Hmm… Maybe, just maybe, this Trainer…"
"All right! I think you're going to become a good friend. So, let's register each other in our PokéNavs."
"What I'd like to do is tag along with you, but I do want to keep an eye on the talents of other people, too. So, I'll be off to roam other towns a bit more. Be seeing you, <player>!"
"Oh, hey! If it isn't <player>! <Player>, let me guess—you're going to take the Battle Tent challenge? Yeah! That's a good idea! That's a really great idea! After all, a tough Trainer is the perfect fit for the Battle Tent! Give it your best effort!"

Mauville City

"Hehe… I was watching that match! You're friends with that boy Wally, aren't you? But you didn't hold anything back and beat him impressively. Yeah! That's what a real Pokémon battle is all about! I idolize Trainers like that! I'll be cheering for you!"

Verdanturf Battle Tent

"Hey there, <player>! I thought I might see you here. A Battle Tent's a place where you can meet tough Trainers. It doesn't matter what the rules are, or how battles are waged, either. <Player>, I expect you to do the best you can!"
"I visit here regularly in hopes of seeing tough Trainers in action in whatever the situation."

Fallarbor Battle Tent

"Hi, <player>! So you came out to this Battle Tent! The people in these parts tend to be easygoing and laid-back. But, you see, what I'm looking for are people with… How should I say this? Someone bursting with the desire and the drive to win. If there were a Trainer like that, I'd immediately… Whoops! Never mind! Keep working at it!"
"Instead of wasting your time with the likes of me, why not make a challenge?"

In the anime

Scott greeting Ash

Scott first appeared in The Scheme Team. After observing Ash's battle against Agatha, Scott recommended that Ash go to the Battle Frontier. He next appeared in Numero Uno Articuno to observe Ash's battle against Noland. After that, Scott appeared at every battle facility to observe Ash's battle against the resident Frontier Brain. He hasn't been seen since Ash defeated Brandon.

In Gathering the Gang of Four!, it was revealed that Scott is the owner of the Battle Frontier. According to him, he created the Battle Facilities to expand the art of Pokémon battle.

Scott's eyes

In Pace - The Final Frontier!, Scott offered Ash the job Frontier Brain after he defeated Pyramid King Brandon, the last Frontier Brain. However, Ash declined as he wanted to continue his journey. Due to the fact that he wears sunglasses often, his eyes are almost never seen.

Scott is also known for reckless driving. He drives rather fast, regardless of what kind of terrain he is on.

He has a brief cameo in Spurt!, his face superimposed on an Ace of Spades.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 坂口候一 Kōichi Sakaguchi
English Frank Frankson (AG132-AG136)
Bill Rogers (AG149-present)
Dutch Jeroen Keers
Hebrew צביקה פורמן Tzvika Forman
לירון ברנס Liron Brans
Korean 변영희 Byeon Yeong-Hui
Brazilian Portuguese Ivo Roberto (regular)
Dado Monteiro (AG149 only)
Spanish Latin America Luis Alfonso Padilla
Spain Carlos del Pino

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Scott in the Pokémon Adventures manga
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In correspondence with Pokémon Emerald version, Scott appears as the founder of the Battle Frontier in the Emerald chapter of Pokémon Adventures. He also makes a cameo in the Ruby and Sapphire chapter during the fight between Groudon and Kyogre. He is an acquaintance of Norman, and developed ties to Professor Oak prior to the Emerald arc. He looked all over the land scouring for Trainers worthy of the title of a Frontier Brain before settling on the seven seen in the series. After Emerald helped find Jirachi, Scott wishes that many people would come to the Battle Frontier.

Scott can usually be seen riding on a flying saucer.

In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga

Scott in the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga

Scott is seen supporting Enta throughout this manga, mostly inviting him to watch certain battles relating with Mitsuki and Rald. Scott debuts in Enta Arrives at the Battle Frontier! where he gave Enta an invitation after seeing his enthusiasm for Pokémon Battles when Enta's Vulpix had a battle with a Trainer's Marshtomp. Scott becomes the first victim of Enta's running gag regarding him headbutting people in the lower area. Despite that, he still accepts Enta as a worthy Trainer of the Battle Frontier. Enta returns to Scott when he was able to win in the rematch at the Multi Battle challenge. Scott was proud to hear from him about his progress and tells Enta about Rald's status as a Champion who made it to the Hall of Fame. Later in Battle Between Student and Master!, Enta met up with him once more after winning in the Battle Tower while at the Record Hall. Scott took Enta to the Battle Dome where Mitsuki's battle with Rald took place. In the final chapter, when Enta had a battle with the final Frontier Brain, Anabel, Scott arrives and tells Anabel that she shouldn't go all out since many Trainers who faced her lost their confidence and quit training for good. However, Enta didn't care about that since he can work well with his Pokémon.

Scott in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga

In the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga

Scott appears in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga. His only appearance was in The Selected Trainer?! where he invited Red and his Pokémon to the Battle Frontier after witnessing Clefairy rescue a baby dressed up as a Pikachu. At first, they disagreed with his choice but were reluctant afterwards. Red and the gang then take a train to the Battle Frontier with Scott catching up to them in a bike. Then they take a boat since it was located on an island. Two ladies welcome Scott and Scott gives Red and his Pokémon a tour. After the tour, Scott takes them to the Battle Tower and assigns Red and his Pokémon jobs to clean out the toilets after finding out from one of the people there that none of Red's Pokémon are battle worthy. The toilets overflowed unfortunately and washed them away.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Scott in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Scott Su EX Emerald Uncommon 84/106 Mirage's Mew Constructed Starter Deck   014/016
EX Power Keepers Uncommon 81/108 Imprison! Gardevoir ex Constructed Standard Deck   015/024
      Shockwave! Tyranitar ex Constructed Standard Deck   015/024
      World Champions Pack Uncommon 090/108


  • Scott owns a red PokéNav and a red car with the symbol of Kanto's Battle Frontier in front of it.
  • In the anime, Scott is seen fixing a bus, which means he must have some skills as a mechanic.


Language Name Origin
Japanese エニシダ Enishida From エニシダ属, Cytisus.
English, German,
French, Italian
Scott From scout.
Spanish Treto From treta, trick.
Korean 금작화 Geum Jakhwa From 금작화 (金雀花) geumjakhwa, Cytisus scoparius.
Chinese (Taiwan) 亞希達 Yǎxīdá Rough transcription of his Japanese name.
Chinese (Mainland China) 亚希达 Yàxīdá*
艾尼斯达 Àinísīdá*
Rough transcription of his Japanese name.
Transliteration of his Japanese name.

Non-player characters in the core series games
Hoenn Professor BirchMomMayBrendanWallyWandaSteven StoneWallaceScottMr. BrineyMr. StoneGabby and TyLanette
BrigetteProfessor CozmoPokémon Fan Club ChairmanRydelWinstrate familyCaptain SternTrick MasterTreasure Hunter
DockApprenticePokémon Center LadiesOld guysMr. BondingTealaAaruneLisiaZinniaLookerInverChaz
Team AquaTeam MagmaGym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsBattle ChatelainesGym guideName RaterStats judge

Anime characters
Protagonists Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogeticBrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawnPiplupIrisAxewCilanSerenaClemontBonnieDedenne
Rivals GaryRitchieHarrisonDrewHarleyMorrisonTysonSolidadPaulZoeyNandoKennyConwayBarryUrsulaTobiasTripBiancaBurgundyStephanGeorgiaCameronVirgilMietteTiernoShaunaTrevorSawyer
Antagonists JessieJamesMeowthGiovanniButchCassidyDr. NambaMatoriPierceDr. ZagerShellyArchieTabithaMaxieHunter JSaturnMarsJupiterCyrusCharonColressAldithGhetsisBarret
Professors Professor OakProfessor IvyProfessor ElmProfessor BirchProfessor RowanProfessor CarolinaProfessor JuniperCedric JuniperDr. FennelProfessor Sycamore
Relatives Delia KetchumFlintLolaForrestBrock's siblingsDaisyVioletLilyJames's parentsNormanCarolineNanny and Pop-PopJohannaChiliCressGraceMeyer
Supporting Officer JennyNurse JoyTodd SnapCharles GoodshowCaseyLizaSakuraLanceStevenMr. SukizoRaoul ContestaVivian MeridianRobertScottLilian MeridianMarianRhondaCynthiaReggieAngieLookerLyraKhouryDon GeorgeAlderLukeFreddy O'MartianIngoEmmetMontgomeryJervisNAnthea and ConcordiaPorterAlexaClembotAlainMairinLysandreAriaDianthaGurkinnMonsieur PierreGym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsMany temporary characters

PM GreenBlueYellowGoldSilver
Professor OakBill
BrockMistyLt. SurgeErikaSabrinaKogaBlaineGiovanniLoreleiBrunoAgathaLance
Professor ElmEarlClefairy RangersKurtDJ MaryChairmanKiyo
PMRS RubySapphireRedBlue
Professor BirchMr. StoneMr. BrineyMaxieTetsuyaRydelRydel's rival
Dr. TakedaScott
PMDP DiaKazuki
Professor RowanMarsLookerCharon
Dai FugōOkane Daisukī
PMBW BlackBiancaCheren
Professor JuniperNCedric JuniperGhetsis
PMXY ShaunaProfessor Sycamore

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