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Brigette

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Brigette
アズサ Azusa
Brigette Bank.png
Art from Pokémon Bank
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Hoenn
Relatives Lanette (sister)
Generation III, VI
Games Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire
Pokémon Bank

Brigette (Japanese: アズサ Azusa) is the older sister of Lanette and is the host of Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire and Pokémon Bank.

In the games

Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire

She upgraded the Pokémon Storage System with the ability to hold 1,500 Pokémon, and the ability to select and move multiple Pokémon at once.

She is also generous, and will give away Pokémon Eggs containing special Pokémon if certain conditions are met:

Pokémon Bank

Brigette returns in Pokémon Bank, an online paid cloud storage system for the Nintendo 3DS that complements the release of Pokémon X and Y.

When the player deposits Pokémon, Brigette will award the user with their choice of Battle Points or Poké Miles. The amount received is dependent on the amount of Pokémon deposited and the amount of time they are deposited for.

Quotes

Pokémon Bank

First startup
"Welcome, and thanks for using Pokémon Bank!
I'm Brigette. I'm the one who developed Pokémon Bank.
Pokémon Bank is just what it sounds like: a place where you can deposit your Pokémon and keep them safe.
The Pokémon that you deposit here can be withdrawn again anytime, too.
But if you try to deposit any Pokémon holding items, I'll remove the items and send them to your Bag, got it?
Special alert! If your Bag happens to be full when I try to send an item to it, your item will disappear! So be careful when you're depositing Pokémon, OK?
Do you know how many Pokémon you can store in Pokémon Bank? The answer is 3,000 Pokémon! I know--it's amazing, right?
Now give me just a moment, and I'll get Pokémon Bank all ready for you to use."
Startup
"Welcome to Pokémon Bank!
What would you like to do today?"
Use Pokémon Bank
  • First time using
"I've got a present for you to help celebrate your first time using Pokémon Bank!
Great! For you, 100 Poké Miles!
Did you know that the more Pokémon you store in Pokémon Bank, the more Poké Miles you'll receive?
You can also exchange your Poké Miles for Battle Points, if you'd prefer.
Either way, you can collect them from Pokémon Link, which you'll find on the main menu of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. Be sure to check it out!
Which would you like?
Would you rather have Poké Miles or Battle Points?"
  • Selecting either
"I'll send any little gifts like this to your game via Pokémon Link. And don't forget to save afterward!
Now enjoy using Pokémon Bank!"
  • Selecting neither
"Got it! Then we'll just let your Poké Miles rack up, shall we?
Now enjoy using Pokémon Bank!"
"I've got a special present for you to thank you for your consistent use of Pokémon Bank!
Here it is! A Celebi!
Take good care of it, OK?
I'll send any little gifts like this to your game via Pokémon Link. And don't forget to save afterward!
Now enjoy using Pokémon Bank!"
  • Later uses
"Please choose the Pokémon title you would like to use with Pokémon Bank."
"Here are <number> Poké Miles for you.
Would you like to receive the Poké Miles, or would you prefer to exchange them for Battle Points?"
  • Poké Miles or Battle Points
"I'll send any little gifts like this to your game via Pokémon Link. And don't forget to save afterward!
Now enjoy using Pokémon Bank!"
  • Do not take any Battle Points or Poké Miles
"Got it! Then we'll just let your Poké Miles rack up, shall we?
Now enjoy using Pokémon Bank!"
Learn about Pokémon Bank
"Pokémon Bank is just what it sounds like: a place where you can deposit your Pokémon and keep them safe.
The Pokémon that you deposit here can be withdrawn again anytime, too.
But if you try to deposit any Pokémon holding items, I'll remove the items and send them to your Bag, got it?
Special alert! If your Bag happens to be full when I try to send an item to it, your item will disappear! So be careful when you're depositing Pokémon, OK?"
Poké Transporter
  • After downloading
"You've already downloaded Poké Transporter!"
Back
"Are you ready to stop using Pokémon Bank for now?"

Artwork

Brigette.png
Official artwork from
Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Brigette with Lanette, Bill, and Celio in Pokémon Adventures

Brigette, along with her sister, went to Kanto to upgrade its Pokémon Storage System and make it possible to exchange Pokémon with people in the Hoenn region.

Pokémon

Brigette Swablu Adventures.png
Swablu

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese アズサ Azusa From 梓 Azusa, catalpa.
English Brigette From bridge, a piece of equipment that connects two separate networks.
Rhymes with Lanette. Could also come from rig, a slang name for a computer.
French Juliette Similar with Lanette.
German Linette Similar to Lanette
Italian Colette Similar to Lanette.
Spanish Nereida Similar to Aredia, the Spanish name for Lanette.
Korean 재인 Jane*
아름이 A Reum-i*
Chinese (Taiwan) 阿資 Ā​ Zī​ May be from 資料 zī​liào​ (resources, data, information). 資 also sounds similar to 梓 ().
Chinese (Mainland China) 梓纱 Zǐshā​ From 梓紗 azusa. 梓 refers to the Chinese catalpa.


Pokémon Storage System developers
BillLanetteBrigetteCelioBebeHayleyAmanitaCassius


Non-player characters in the core series games
Hoenn Professor BirchMomMayBrendanWallyWandaSteven StoneWallaceScottMr. BrineyMr. StoneGabby and TyLanette
BrigetteProfessor CozmoPokémon Fan Club ChairmanRydelWinstrate familyCaptain SternTrick MasterDiving Treasure Hunter
DockApprenticePokémon Center LadiesPokémon Center menTealaAaruneTeam AquaTeam Magma
Gym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsGym guideName RaterLegendary Top Pokémon Breeder

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