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Revision as of 12:33, 12 April 2009

A Lass (Japanese: ミニスカート Miniskirt) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation I games. They are depicted as average young girls in cute clothing resembling school uniforms.

They use a variety of Pokémon.

Blue was based on the early character designs of the Lass characters.

Lasses appear to be the female counterparts of Youngsters.

Appearance

Lass Sprites

Trainer List

Gold/Silver/Crystal

Ruby/Sapphire

FireRed and LeafGreen

Diamond/Pearl/Platinum

In the anime

A Lass makes a very brief appearance in the theme songs Aim to Be a Pokémon Master and Pokémon Theme. She wears an orange blouse and Pikachu runs under her. The character of Giselle, who appeared in The School of Hard Knocks, seems to be loosely based off the Lass design.

In the TCG

In the TCG, the Lass character has their own card in the Base Set.

In other languages

  • Dutch: Meisje (TCG)
  • French: Fillette
  • German: Göre
  • Italian: Pupa
  • Korean: 짧은치마 (Jjalp'eun Chima)
  • Spanish: Chica

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