Bray Zenn

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Bray Zenn

Bray Zenn (Japanese: ガサッツ Gasattsu) is a character of the day who appeared in A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!. He works alongside Cara Liss.

Bray first encountered Ash, Goh, and Chloe when they arrived in the Wild Area, having been sent by the curator of the Pewter Museum of Science to research the Fossil Pokémon of the Galar region. He apologized after his Mudsdale accidentally sent a large rock at them, which nearly hit Chloe and her Eevee.

Bray gave Chloe tools to work with, and she was soon able to find the components of a fossil and put them into a machine. After preparing the lunch, the Fossils were restored and turned out to be a Dracovish and Arctozolt, which were caught by Ash and Goh, respectively.


Bray Zenn's Mudsdale
Mudsdale is Bray's only known Pokémon. It accidentally sent a large rock flying towards Ash, Goh, and Chloe, which was destroyed when Pikachu used Iron Tail on it. Bray quickly apologized for Mudsdale's actions.

Mudsdale's only known move is Double Kick.

Debut A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 福西勝也 Masaya Fukunishi
English Kellen Goff
Arabic عماد فغالي Imad Feghaly
European French Fabian Finkels
Italian Marcello Gobbi
Polish Krzysztof Rogucki
European Spanish Jesús Barreda


Language Name Origin
Japanese ガサッツ Gasattsu From がさつ gasatsu (crude) and ウカッツ Ukattsu (Cara Liss)
English, European
Bray Zenn From brazen
French Bruno Dacieux From brin d'audace (touch of boldness) and audacieux (bold, audacious)
German Shawn Dreist From schon dreist (pretty brazen)
Spanish Berto Borde From borde (mean)
Italian Petros Pavaldo From pietra (stone) and spavaldo (cocky)
Korean 마칸다 Makanda From 막한다 makhanda (to be reckless)
Chinese (Mandarin) 楚魯 Chǔlǔ From 粗魯 cūlǔ (crude)
Polish Aro Gancki From arogancki (arrogant)
Brazilian Portuguese Pedro Dante From pedra (stone) and pedante (pedant)

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