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Saukra, as a child.
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Saukra (Japanese: そーくら, Sokura) is the main avatar of Neo_Qwerty in most of the Pokémon games she has played, and so represents much, if not all, of the effort and love that Neo has put into her games. She also mirrors her wandering main character role in the mixed works known collectively as Pokémon Glass Version, tying the stories of all the player characters of Neo together.
In the games
Neo_Qwerty's first and main OT name, and the very first character she came up with. She was heavily based on Kris, hence the blue hair, and has since then become a sort of recuring trait in all first runs of Neo's games, along with always, always capturing a Pikachu or Pichu and naming it Sparx, pretending it's the starter.
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334 Pokémon seen, 210 Pokémon obtained.
This overview is, sadly, inaccurate, as many Pokémon were transfered while at their final Generation III stage and at level 100, or obtained in Generations I and II and untransferrable... But I'm getting back up to speed in catching, breeding and levelling to recover the lost pre-evolutions.
Created Novelty Pokémon
Novelty Pokémon are Pokémon without much value or chances in competition, but can be fun to create. They can be pairs, triplets, loners, but always have something unusual.
Non-hacked Legendary Pokémon
- Latias, from Pokémon Sapphire.
- Latios, from Pokémon Emerald.
- Lugia, from Pokémon XD and Pokémon Crystal.
- Moltres, from Pokémon XD, Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Blue.
- Articuno, from Pokémon XD, Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Blue.
- Zapdos, from Pokémon XD, Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Blue.
- Entei, from Pokémon Fire Red and and Pokémon Crystal.
- Suicune, from Pokémon Fire Red and Pokémon Crystal.
- Raikou, from Pokémon Fire Red and Pokémon Crystal.
- Manaphy, from Pokémon Ranger.
- Phione, from breeding Manaphy.
- Shaymin, from tweaking in Pokémon Diamond.
- Darkrai, from tweaking in Pokémon Diamond.
In Pokémon Glass
Saukra is always eager to help, and often bites off more than she can chew. She also loses interest or gets discouraged easily, which explains her strange history as a Trainer and her odd, aimless roaming around the world. She travelled far and wide, even throughout Orre and Fiore.
Saukra's starter Pokémon, and her main partner as a Pokémon Ranger, is a Raichu named Sparx, which she befriended as a Pichu in Viridian Forest. Most of the other Pokémon she captured were useful to her in her long journey, and they often still are, although she relies on them more for comfort and company than from necessity, like when she was a rookie trainer. She preferred befriending Pokémon instead of capturing them, and so most of her companions agreed to follow her, or were given to her for a certain purpose.
Saukra's main Pokémon, and a powerhouse when he feels like battling, using a vast array of moves and dirty tricks to win. During Saukra's Coordinator phase, he also became her show Pokémon, and has grown spoiled. Saukra's Marowak was, thankfully, ready to pick up the offensive slack at that time.
Sparx's son, Blitz, has so far also proven to be a good sweeper, but lacks the maturity and mindset to endure the brutality of higher-tier competitive battling, although he does know Volt Tackle. Statica, Sparx's daughter, has a similarly odd move, Fly, which she achieves with a set of Poké Balloons.