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Isis (Japanese: イシス Isis) is a Pokémon Breeder that appeared in Bibarel Gnaws Best!.

She takes care of a Bibarel for the expert stonecutter that she's been friends with since she was a girl. She was appointed to look after Bibarel and organize the workers temporarily when the expert stonecutter was out. When Bibarel stopped working after the departure of the expert stonecutter she was extremely depressed and blamed herself for not being able to gain the trust from a childhood friend. After it turned out that the plans for a new bridge were dangerous Isis realized that Bibarel was actually trying to protect the lives of people and became friends with Bibarel again.


Taken care of

Expert stonecutter's Bibarel
Bibarel is a Pokémon owned by the expert stonecutter and the star of Bibarel Gnaws Best!.

After her trainer left because he had worn out his back, Bibarel had refused to do any more work. Brock tried to encourage it to work by mixing up some food, but Bibarel still refused to work. Then, Ash and Brock sent out Chimchar, Turtwig, Buizel and Sudowoodo, and used their moves to cut the stone. Unfortunately, they weren't the right dimensions.

Then, just as Bibarel started to get angry, Team Rocket appeared. They captured the worker's Machoke and Machamp, and then Bibarel. To Team Rocket's dismay, Bibarel used her strong front teeth to chew right through the cage bars, but after she was freed, she still refused to work.

When the head engineer arrived and put his Rhydon to work, Bibarel attacked. She didn't want to let the engineer's Pokémon touch the stone quarry. Then, the expert stonecutter appeared, scaring off the engineer and Bibarel and the gang got right to work, and finally finished the bridge on time.

Bibarel's only known move is Super Fang.

Debut Bibarel Gnaws Best!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 名塚佳織 Kaori Nazuka
English Bella Hudson
Czech Jana Páleníčková
Polish Beata Jankowska
Portuguese Brazil Samira Fernandes
Portugal Zélia Santos
European Spanish Inma Gallego


  • Her name is likely derived from いし ishi (stone), as stone cutting is her profession.
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