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Looker
ハンサム Handsome
Platinum Looker.png
Art from Platinum
Gender Male
Eye color Brown
Hair color Black
Hometown Unknown
Region Unknown
Relatives Emma (ward, formerly)
Generation IV, V, VI, VII
Games Platinum
Black and White
X and Y
Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Sun and Moon
Game animation debut The Chase
English voice actor Kaiji Tang
Japanese voice actor Keiji Fujiwara (PG01-PG12)
Ken'yū Horiuchi (PG17)
Anime debut Frozen on Their Tracks
English voice actor Jason Griffith
Japanese voice actor Masaki Terasoma

"Looker" (Japanese: ハンサム Handsome) is the codename for an International Police officer who travels the world investigating various villainous teams. He was introduced in Pokémon Platinum as an International Police officer investigating Team Galactic.

In the games

In Pokémon Platinum

The player meeting Looker in Pokémon Platinum

In Pokémon Platinum, Looker is an important character, encountering the player multiple times over their journey across Sinnoh. He speaks with odd grammatical constructs, implying that he is not a native speaker of the national language; however, this is not present in the Japanese version. He first meets the player in Jubilife City, giving them the Vs. Recorder, and appears often when Team Galactic is near. His motives are clear: his mission is to stop Team Galactic from causing havoc in the Sinnoh region. He is then met again at the Valley Windworks, right after Team Galactic flees from the area. Disappointed in just missing them, he searches the area for clues, which leads him somehow to the Team Galactic Eterna Building, where Team Galactic have kidnapped Rad Rickshaw's Pokémon. Looker infiltrates the building by disguising himself as a Team Galactic Grunt.

The player next encounters Looker at the Veilstone Game Corner, if one decides to look there. If not, then he will appear after the player and Lucas/Dawn battle the Galactic Grunts in front of the Galactic Warehouse. He leads the player into the warehouse and realize that the inner door is locked. He also finds HM02 (Fly), leaving the player to take it.

Looker will appear once the player goes to Team Galactic HQ and talks to the Grunt outside. He will reveal that he has the Storage Key and will tell the player to meet him in the Galactic Warehouse. Once there, he will open the door and go down to investigate.

Inside the headquarters, he will not be seen until the player reaches the meeting room, where he is seen eavesdropping on a gathering of members of Team Galactic. He will tell the player to listen to their meeting with him. When it is over, he will leave again.

Later, he gives the player a Black Flute when they are about to go off to the Spear Pillar.

When Cyrus retreats into the Distortion World, Looker shifts his investigation towards Charon, who has taken control of the team. This is because Looker stumbles upon Charon's notes of his plans back at the Team Galactic HQ. He is not seen again until after the player defeats the Elite Four, when they journey to Stark Mountain. Here he is seen in the final stages of his investigation, arresting Charon and ending Team Galactic's reign of terror once and for all.

After this, he can be found in the Veilstone Game Corner. He mentions that he wants to spend his remaining time in Sinnoh to teach new moves to his Pokémon.

Disguises

Looker is shown to be quite good at disguising himself. His prime disguise is that of a Team Galactic grunt. At Stark Mountain, before he apprehends Charon, he disguises himself as a smashable rock.

In Black and White

Looker is found in Pokémon Black and White, where he is assigned to capture the Seven Sages of Team Plasma after the events at N's Castle.

He first meets the player at their home in Nuvema Town, after the player defeats Team Plasma at N's Castle. He appears disguised as the player's Mom, only to realize that he forgot to remove his disguise. He asks for the player's assistance in finding the Seven Sages, and gives the player a Super Rod.

Looker will appear upon finding each sage to take him into custody. After apprehending the final sage, Looker tells the player that N was seen in a distant land with a dragon Pokémon.

In X and Y

Looker has traveled to the Kalos region on an assignment to find and arrest Xerosic but keeps his affiliation with the International Police a secret from the player, introducing himself as a detective recently located to Lumiose City. The player first meets him after receiving an invitation to come to Looker Bureau over the Holo Caster, the first time they enter Lumiose City after upgrading the Mega Ring. Looker signs the player on as his assistant in his fight for justice, and the two begin taking on cases together. During their first case, he meets a homeless young girl named Emma and her Espurr named Mimi, whom he decides to take under his wing. He becomes a father-figure to the girl, but because of their poor living conditions, Emma feels she is a burden to Looker and decides to look for a job to help support him. She finds a job at Lysandre Café and her employer turns out to be none other than Xerosic, who uses Emma as a test subject for a special suit that has a cloaking device and can power up any Pokémon the user has. Xerosic remotely controls the suit and makes Emma commit various crimes (although she is completely unaware of what she is doing). Looker and the player manage to rescue her, and Looker arrests Xerosic and leaves Kalos. He leaves a letter with Mimi that reveals his real position as a member of the International Police, and that he has paid for the property in full so that Emma may continue to call the bureau home, and use it however she pleases. He also transfers his codename 'Looker' to the player character (this is merely a story point and has no impact on the gameplay).

In these games, his strange style of speech is significantly scaled back. It is also strongly suggested that his Croagunk was killed during a case sometime in the past.

In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Looker giving Brendan the Audinite in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Looker appears in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire in the Battle Resort. He suffers from amnesia due to an unknown reason. He is washed up shore, and is soaking wet when the player found him. A woman brought him to her cottage to dry himself up. At the cottage, he gives the player the Audinite.

In Sun and Moon

After the player becomes the Champion, Looker appears with his superior, Anabel to investigate the Ultra Beasts, having received orders from the International Police. To this end, he collaborates with the player to capture the Beasts and prevent them from wreaking havoc. Looker is tasked to stand by for back-up as he does not have any Pokémon, and he frequently shows concern for Anabel as she becomes exhausted over the missions.

It is revealed that, ten years prior to the events of Sun and Moon, Looker was part of a three-person team that included himself, Nanu, and an unnamed Faller. At this time, Looker had a code name, 100kr (Japanese: No.836). His team was tracking down a Guzzlord, but when they found it, a moment of pity from Looker resulted in the untrained Faller losing her life. Unbeknownst to Looker, the International Police had sent the woman as bait, since Ultra Beasts are drawn to Fallers. After their mission, Looker and Nanu discovered an unconscious Anabel on the shore of Poni Island, having lost most of her memories.

Looker also reveals that Nanu was his superior when he first joined the International Police.

Pokémon

Pokémon Platinum

Looker's Croagunk
Croagunk
Although he does not battle with or against the player at all during the entirety of the game, it is known that he has a Croagunk. He uses it to get the Magma Stone from Charon at Stark Mountain.

In Pokémon X and Y, it is said that his Pokémon was killed, but it is not specified whether the Pokémon in question is Croagunk or a different one. In the picture on his table, it says that Looker is in the picture with a bluish and purplish color, which may be referring to a Croagunk.

Debut Pokémon Platinum Version

Quotes

Main article: Looker/Quotes

Artwork

Sprites


Spr Pt Looker.png
Intro sprite from
Platinum

Looker IV OD.png

Looker OD.png

Looker SM OD.png

Overworld sprite from
Platinum
Overworld sprite from
Black and White
Overworld model from
Sun and Moon

In the anime

In the main series

Looker in the anime

Looker made his debut appearance in Frozen on Their Tracks. Ash and his friends met Looker while taking a train leading to Lake Acuity, and decided to help him distribute lunch boxes as he has bought too many of them. He decided to investigate the reason behind the signal which caused the train to stop and discovered it was the doing of Team Galactic.

Looker's International Police Badge

He appeared again in Gateway to Ruin!, investigating Team Galactic's activities in Mt. Coronet while disguised as a grunt to blend in.

Looker made another appearance in Unlocking the Red Chain of Events!, having been captured by Team Galactic and held at the Fuego Ironworks. In The Battle Finale of Legend! he arrested the Team Galactic members.

Looker was set to make a comeback in two unaired episodes before they were indefinitely postponed. The events of these episodes are not canonical.

After a long absence, Looker finally appeared again in Team Plasma's Pokémon Power Plot!. He had originally disguised himself as a Hiker, but revealed his true identity after saving Ash, Iris, and Cilan from a group of attacking Pokémon, including Pikachu and Axew. He explained that he had come to Unova in order to investigate the actions of Team Plasma, who were planning to take over the region. After an encounter with several Team Plasma members, including the Plasma Scientist Colress, he left the group to continue his investigation.

Looker appeared again in Team Plasma's Pokémon Manipulation!, again investigating actions caused by Team Plasma. Ash and friends encountered him at a city, where a Haxorus was going on a rampage. Looker realized that it must be under the same kind of control as the Pokémon from before, and attempted to use his barrier-creating device to stop Haxorus from being controlled, without any result. He then used an energy indicator to find the source of the energy that controlled Haxorus, eventually pinpointing it into Team Plasma's helicopter. When a missed Shadow Ball from Aldith's Liepard hit the machine, it was broken, freeing the controlled Pokémon.

Looker disguised as a Hiker

In Ash and N: A Clash of Ideals!, he disguised himself as Cedric Juniper's assistant and escorted Ash and his friends to the White Ruins. Later, when Team Plasma attacked in an attempt to find the Light Stone, he unmasked himself and began trying to fight the villains.

Looker and Team Rocket

He also appeared in Team Plasma and the Awakening Ceremony! and What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!, where he wound up getting caught along with Iris, Cilan, and Cedric Juniper, but they later freed Looker. He then managed to convince Team Rocket into joining the battle. Eventually, when Reshiram was freed from Team Plasma's control, Looker arrested all the Team Plasma members, effectively putting an end to the team's existence.

In the Diamond & Pearl series, Looker built an alliance with Team Rocket while trying to take down Team Galactic. Jessie, James, and Meowth referred to him as Boxed-Lunch Guy (Japanese: ランチボックスさん Mr. Lunchbox) because he gave them boxed lunches while on the Ampharos Train. That simple act left them extremely loyal to him. In the Best Wishes series, this relationship was shown to have carried on, as seen in What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!, where he managed to convince them into joining the final battle against Team Plasma.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese てらそままさき Masaki Terasoma
English Jason Griffith
Czech Vojtěch Hájek
Finnish Antti Jaakola (DP130)
Juhani Rajalin (DP136-present)
Norwegian Simen Sand
Polish Waldemar Barwiński
Portuguese Brazil Silvio Giraldi
Portugal Paulo Freixinho
Spanish Latin America Emmanuel Bernal
Spain Juan Logar Jr.

In Pokémon Generations

Looker in Pokémon Generations

Looker appeared in four Pokémon Generations episodes. He made his debut in The Chase, where he and the International Police were on the trail of Giovanni. They soon tracked the Team Rocket Boss down to the Viridian Gym, only to find that he had already left his position as Gym Leader after awarding the Earth Badge to two Trainers: Blue and Red.

Looker reappeared in The Legacy. He met up with Silver at Indigo Plateau to find out more information on the whereabouts of Giovanni, after he and the International Police had helped stop Team Rocket's takeover of the Goldenrod Radio Tower.

He made another appearance in The Magma Stone, in which he was shown at Stark Mountain, having been trying to hunt down the remnants of Team Galactic led by Charon after Cyrus had disappeared. He used his Croagunk to battle the Legendary Heatran along with Buck and his Claydol. Despite their success in placating Heatran, Looker was not able to arrest Charon, as he managed to escape with two Galactic Grunts.

Looker appeared once more in The Investigation, confronting the Pokémon thief Essentia. He chased her across Lumiose City after a wave of crime, before eventually uncovering her to be Emma, the orphan girl he invited to be his assistant.

Pokémon

This listing is of Looker's known Pokémon in Pokémon Generations:

On hand
Looker's Croagunk
Croagunk
Croagunk is Looker's only known Pokémon. He used it to battle Heatran and two Galactic Grunts at Stark Mountain.

Croagunk's only known move is Mud Bomb.

Debut The Magma Stone
Used
International Police's Growlithe
Growlithe
Growlithe was one of the Pokémon the International Police used during their raid on the Viridian Gym. Inside the Gym, it accompanied Looker in his search for Giovanni and investigated the traces of explosions at the Gym's battlefield.

None of Growlithe's moves are known.

Debut The Chase

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 藤原啓治 Keiji Fujiwara (PG01-PG12)
堀内賢雄 Ken'yū Horiuchi (PG17)
English Kaiji Tang
European French Julien Kramer
European Spanish Marc Torrents Manresa

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Looker in Pokémon Adventures

In Pokémon Adventures, Looker investigates several of the activities caused by various villainous groups. To help him with his investigations, Looker uses many gadgets known as the "International Police Arms". However, many of these gadgets have a tendency to break apart at Looker's expense.

Looker first appears in the Diamond & Pearl chapter where he interrogates the two scientists hired by Team Galactic to guard Lake Valor. Due to them not knowing anything about Team Galactic, the interrogation went nowhere. In the Platinum chapter, Looker makes his appearance looking for his client. He eventually meets up with his client, Platinum Berlitz, and joins her in her quest to research information on the Distortion World so that she can rescue her bodyguards. Paka and Uji.

Looker joins Platinum as she goes through the various Battle Facilities and usually helps her when she is having trouble in them. In the Battle Castle, he helps Platinum with her money-managing troubles, which helps her defeat Darach. While Platinum goes through the Battle Arcade, Looker goes to help their ally Buck fight Team Galactic on Stark Mountain. When he arrives, he finds out that Charon had obtained the Legendary Pokémon, Heatran, and has been using it to attack Buck. Worried about Looker's safety, Platinum sends her Pokémon to go and help them while she goes through the Battle Factory. They eventually return with Looker and Buck, who were seriously injured and later hospitalized.

After Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum defeat Charon, a fully recovered Looker appears and arrests Charon. He goes to chase after the other Team Galactic commanders until his superior contacts him and tells him to call the mission off. He is ordered to head to Unova and investigate the activities of the Seven Sages. Looker leaves immediately but quickly comes back to give Diamond a Pokémon Egg he received from some Pokémon Rangers in Fiore.

In the Black & White chapter, Looker appears as a participant in the Unova Pokémon League. Disguised as a man named Lou Karr (Japanese: ハンダ サムロウ Handa Samurō), he battles until he eventually makes it to the top 8. During the quarterfinal match, Looker faces Black as his opponent. Due to his Croagunk not being a native Unova Pokémon, he has the advantage due to Black not being able to figure out his opponent's type. Eventually, Black manages to figure out Croagunk's type and defeats it. Having been defeated, Looker disappears and goes into hiding. After taking off his disguise, Looker reveals that he has entered the League to investigate the suspicious participants, as he believes that one of them may be a member of Team Plasma. When Gray reveals himself to be Zinzolin of Team Plasma, Looker immediately takes the chance to tie him up and capture him. Later, Looker assists Black in the final battle against N alongside Cedric Juniper and Leo, who climbed into his hot-air balloon.

In the Black 2 & White 2 chapter, Looker has spent the past two years looking for the members of the now-defeated Team Plasma. Upon returning to Unova after failing to find the Seven Sages in other regions, he is tasked with meeting up with Blake, another International Police member. He finds Blake at Aspertia City, only to be attacked by a Scolipede immediately after exchanging their secret password. Blake easily defeats the Scolipede and rescues Looker. Much to Looker's shock, Blake reveals himself to be Looker's superior despite the age gap between them.

Blake and Looker head to the Aspertia alleyways where they encounter Blake's maintenance man, the Magician. After having himself checked up, Blake takes Looker to a training area and has him do some tests. Although they manage to succeed in the first one, Looker and Croagunk completely fail the second test. Blake berates the two and tells them to get better at handling harsh conditions. Before they can continue, an explosion rings outside. When they go out to investigate, they find out that the culprit is a flying saucer. Blake reveals that the saucer is actually the Mythical Pokémon Genesect that was created by Team Plasma. Genesect defeats Looker by slamming him into a wall, leaving Blake alone to battle it.

As Blake battles Genesect, he learns that it's actually a wild Pokémon being remotely controlled by Colress, a criminal scientist that infiltrated the Unova League under the pseudonym Hood Man. Blake decides that with Genesect still technically being wild, capturing it rather than defeating it is the best option. After some struggle, Blake successfully captures Genesect. Looker attempts to arrest Colress, but Colress escapes before he can be handcuffed. Just before leaving, Colress reveals that Team Plasma is planning on making a comeback on the Unova region.

Afterward, concerned civilians begin arriving at the site of the battle. When Blake begins flirting with the girls, Looker pulls him away and angrily demands an explanation for his behavior. Blake reveals that two years ago, Team Plasma devised a machine that can counter Colress's mind controlling device and secretly entrusted the microchip to a young former Plasma Grunt. Although he does not know who the former Grunt is, Blake does know she is the same age as him, hence his flirting is nothing more than away to deduce which girl is the former Grunt. Afterward, Looker and Blake leave to file a report to headquarters of what they had learned.

Looker continues to assist Blake in the shadows in their efforts to stop Team Plasma. Eventually, they managed to successfully arrest Giallo, one of the Seven Sages. Later, Looker is order to investigate the Castelia Sewers due to reports that Bronius and Ryoku were seen in the area. Meanwhile, Blake, Whitley, Hugh, and Roxie also head to the sewers after discovering a man that had his Pokémon stolen by Team Plasma. Shortly after arrival, the group discovers Bronius and Ryoku with a group of Team Plasma Grunts. Hugh attempts to attack the Grunts, but is easily defeated when the Grunts' Pokémon swarm after everyone, forcing the group to scatter. After Hugh escapes the Grunts, he is approached by Looker's Croagunk, who Looker speaks through with the Xtransceiver on Croagunk's hat. Looker attempts to ask Hugh what his connection to Team Plasma is, but Hugh mistakenly believes that Croagunk is capable of speech due to Looker's Xtransceiver being hidden by Croagunk's hat. Hugh refuses to reveal anything and proceeds to run off to confront Team Plasma again.

Pokémon

Looker's Croagunk
Croagunk
Croagunk is Looker's only known Pokémon. Croagunk was first seen as Looker arrives to investigate the two scientists. It later appears to help Looker arrest Charon. In the Unova Pokémon League, Croagunk was used to battle Black's Tula. Due to Croagunk not being an Unova-native Pokémon, Black had no idea what his opponent's type was. Eventually, Croagunk was defeated by Tula's Electroweb.

Croagunk's known moves are Vacuum Wave and Venoshock.

Debut Double Trouble with Dialga and Palkia V

Looker has at least two other Pokémon, as he participated in the quarterfinals of the Unova Pokémon League, which requires a Single Battle involving three Pokémon.

Badges obtained

Unova League
  • At least eight unknown Badges

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

Looker in Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga, he and Koya are on the trail looking for Hareta's father, Kaisei. Like in the games, he is also working for the International Police. His name in early chapters is Hansom, but he is later identified as Looker.

In the chapter Looker debuted in, he is able to identify Galactic grunts in the crowd before they launched a terrorist attack on the stadium; once the Galactic incident is taken care of, he tries to take Kaisei into custody. Later, he along with several other agents of the International Police have arrived in Stark Mountain and disguise themselves as rocks in order to capture Team Galactic. However, the villainous team escapes when an earthquake in Stark Mountain distracted Looker and the others. He stays behind to save Koya. After calming Heatran down by placing the Magma Stone back to where it belongs, Looker wonders if any members remained during the cave-in, in which Koya responds with no.

Looker then arrives in Team Galactic's headquarters in order to continue his search for Team Galactic and has Koya block the entrance in order to prevent anyone from going inside. However, he informs Koya that Charon was too powerful and his whole squad was defeated. Looker defends Koya when he was about to get hit by Onix. After witnessing Charon's strength, Looker tells Koya to retreat the area. Despite that, Koya decides to stop Charon for good in which Looker accepts. Much later, Looker arrived on Stark Mountain after the battle with the Creation trio, awaiting for Charon's arrival in order to arrest him. Following Charon's arrest, Looker notifies him that Team Galactic was disbanded on behalf of Cyrus's orders.

In the Pocket Monsters DP manga

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Looker in Pocket Monsters DP

Looker has also appeared in the Pocket Monsters DP manga. He debuted in PMDP39 where he ran out of the police car after arriving in order to investigate something. Looker was then disturbed by Clefairy's antics but after he went up to Red and the gang, they ran off. Looker followed them and after he caught up, the group once again zoomed away. Tired of Looker's presence, Clefairy built a fake wall out of paper to hide in but it ripped off rather quickly. The group then swam to the other side to avoid Looker but he followed them there too. Following the chase, Looker tried to search for them and found some footprints leading to a house. He tried to knock on the door, but it opened by itself and Clefairy ran out in an ice cream costume along with Red, Pikachu, and Tyrogue and got away in a car. Despite that, Looker was able to catch them and inform them that he had something to give and show them all this time.

Looker returned in PMDP52 where he was at the beach with Red and his Pokémon. He noticed that Clefairy looked darker than before and then all of the other Pokémon start to mimic him, clothes-wise. This caused Looker to chase Clefairy and Clefairy to chase the Pokémon who copied Looker. In PMDP55, he goes on a solo mission with Clefairy joining him when Team Galactic steal a kid's food truck. After spotting the thieves, Looker and Clefairy give chase. When Clefairy put on his ninja costume temporarily, Looker fell to the floor in amusement. As the truck arrives at the garage which was their stop, Looker was unable to get inside the garage but after seeing the two grunts running off with the food but Clefairy stopped them with his own supplies after tripping on a rock.

In PMDP60, he is on the lookout for Team Galactic and met up with Red and his Pokémon at a casino. Unfortunately, after finding their hiding place, the alarms go off and Looker and Clefairy go to the location. Charon makes a break for it and Looker is right behind him. Both of them head for Team Galactic's helicopter and climb the ladder. While on the ladder, they notice Clefairy taking some loot. The helicopter then disappears into the distance.

In the TCG

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

Related cards
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
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Looker's Investigation Su Platinum Uncommon 109/127 Galactic's Conquest Uncommon 090/096
 

Character origin

It is possible that Looker's looks, attire, and general persona may be derived from Koichi Zenigata, a fictional detective in Monkey Punch's manga series, Lupin the Third. Lupin the Third itself was initially released in Japan around the time that many of the highly ranked staff members of Game Freak were young.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ハンサム Handsome The English word "Handsome."
English Looker A colloquialism used to refer to someone good-looking; effectively a synonym for his Japanese name, Handsome.
Synonymous wordplay for a watchman; or a guard or investigator of sorts.
French Beladonis From bel, good looking, and Adonis.
German LeBelle From le belle, good looking.
Looker Same as English name.
Italian Bellocchio Means good looking eye.
Looker Same as English name.
Polish Pan Ciacho Pan - Mr; Ciacho means good-looking man.
Spanish Handsome Same as Japanese name.
Looker Same as English name.
Korean 핸섬 Handsome Transliteration of the English word handsome
Chinese
(Mandarin)
帥哥 Shuàigē Literally means "handsome guy". Also means "handsome," as in a form of address for male.
大帥 Dà Shuài​ 大 (big/great) is a term used to refer to someone older. 帥 means "handsome".
Chinese
(Cantonese)
帥哥 Seuigō Literally means "handsome guy". Also means "handsome," as in a form of address for male.
Vietnamese Handsome Transliteration of his Japanese name

100kr

Language Name Origin
Japanese No.836 Goroawase for ハンサム Handsome (Looker)
English 100kr Leet for Looker
French Agent Dino Blasé Anagram of Beladonis (Looker)
German Nummer 836 Same as Japanese name
Italian, Spanish Agente 836 Same as Japanese name
Korean 넘버836 No. 836 Same as Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 代號836 / 代号836 Dàihào 836 *
編號836 / 编号836 Biānhào 836 *
Same as Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 代號836 Doihhouh 836 *
編號836 Pīnhouh 836 *
Same as Japanese name


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Dai FugōOkane Daisukī
RoarkAaron
PMBW BlackBiancaCheren
Professor JuniperNCedric JuniperGhetsis
CilanChiliCressLenoraBurghElesaClaySkylaShauntalMarshalGrimsleyCaitlinAlder
PMXY ShaunaProfessor Sycamore


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