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Phony Pokémon interpreters

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Phony Pokémon interpreters
The leader of the Phony Pokémon interpreters

The phony Pokémon interpreters are characters of the day who appeared in The Poké Spokesman. They served as the main antagonists of the episode.

They first appeared hiding, when they fired missiles at Simon, Ash and his friends to blind them with a smokescreen. This gave the phony Pokémon interpreters a chance to nab Simon. They dragged him away and wanted him to join their group, as he had the ability to talk to Pokémon. Simon refused since he felt that their actions were wrong, and then escaped. After Simon checked up on Ash's Pikachu to see if he was okay, the fake Pokémon interpreters showed up again, now at a Pokémon Center with their Magnemite and Magneton. The leader of the con men ordered their Pokémon to suck away the electricity of the Pokémon Center.

The Nurse Joy of the Pokémon Center demanded them to stop as the Pokémon inside needed the electricity. The leader of the gang didn't care about it and Ash was about to attack them. But Simon stopped him and spoke to the gang's Magnet Pokémon, telling them that they shouldn't suck away the electricity since the Pokémon inside were hurt and wouldn't get the proper treatment without it. Simon successfully got the Magnemite and Magneton to stop, which made them fall slowly to the ground. The leader of the phony Pokémon interpreters was angry about their laziness and decided to kick Magnemite in order to teach it a lesson. However, Pikachu shocked the Magnemite and Magneton in time, which made them float in the air again and they turned on their own owners. The phony Pokémon interpreters got shocked by them and were then arrested by Officer Jenny.

Pokemon

Previously owned

Phony Pokémon interpreters's Magnemite
Magnemite (×3)
The men own three Magnemite. After Simon finished telling Ash and his friends the story about his past, the men ordered the Magnemite to suck away the electricity of a local Pokémon Center. After Simon talked to the Magnemite, they stopped their actions and made them go to the ground. The leader of the con men became very angry and was about to kick one of the Magnemite until Pikachu recharged them with his own electricity. This act made them turn against the phony Pokémon interpreters and shock them.

None of Magnemite's moves are known.

Debut The Poké Spokesman
Phony Pokémon interpreters's Magneton
Magneton (×2)
The men also own two Magneton. After Simon finished telling Ash and his friends the story about his past, the men ordered the Magneton to suck away the electricity of a local Pokémon Center. After Simon talked to the Magneton, they stopped their actions and made them fall slowly to the ground. Pikachu then recharged them with his own electricity. This act made them turn against the phony Pokémon interpreters and shock them.

None of Magneton's moves are known.

Debut The Poké Spokesman


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