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Twins (Trainer class)

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For the Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game, see Twins.

Twins (Japanese: ふたごちゃん Twins) are a pair of Pokémon Trainers that first debuted in the Generation II games. They are two identical young girls. In Generation II, they fought in regular battles. In Generation III and beyond, they fight in double battles.

They use Pokémon that complement each other, such as Plusle and Minun or Ledyba and Spinarak, or two Pokémon of the same species, such as a pair of Clefairy or a pair of Pachirisu.

Appearance

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Gold and Silver, and Crystal
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Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
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FireRed and LeafGreen
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Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum
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HeartGold and SoulSilver
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Black and White

Artwork

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Stadium 2

Trainer List

Pokémon Gold/Silver


Pokémon Crystal


Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire


Pokémon Emerald


Pokémon FireRed/LeafGreen


Pokémon Diamond/Pearl


Pokémon Platinum


Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver


Pokémon Black/White


Trivia

  • Because of how battle messages are formatted in the Generation II games, a grammatical error occurs where the game says "TWINS [NAME]&[NAME] wants to battle!" and "TWINS [NAME]&[NAME] was defeated."
  • Even though the twins don't fight in double battles in Generation II, they still have two Pokémon that are very similar or complete counterparts like in future generations.
  • In Pokémon Crystal, the pre- and post-battle text of Twins Lia & Pia erroneously leave off their names, making it unsure of which twin is which. The same carried over for their Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver counterparts: Kay and Tia.
    • However, this is not necessarily a mistake, because Kay and Tia ask the player to guess which one is Tia and which is Kay before the battle, and saying which one is it after being defeated.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Jumelles
Germany Flag.png German Zwillinge
Italy Flag.png Italian Gemelle
South Korea Flag.png Korean 쌍둥이 (Ssangdung'i)
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Gemelas


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