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===In the main series===
 
===In the main series===
Leon debuted in [[SS012]], where he had a bout against [[Lance]] in the finals of the [[World Championships|Pokémon World Championships]], using his {{p|Charizard}} to go up against [[Red Gyarados|Lance's Gyarados]]. After a hard-fought battle, Leon emerged victorious, making him the World Champion.
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Leon debuted in [[SS012]], where he had a bout against [[Lance]] in the finals of the [[World Championships|Pokémon World Championships]] at [[Wyndon Stadium]], using his {{p|Charizard}} to go up against [[Red Gyarados|Lance's Gyarados]]. After a hard-fought battle, Leon emerged victorious, making him the World Champion.
   
Leon reappeared in [[SS013]], where he heard a commotion outside and went to see what was happening. He saw {{Ash}} battling a {{p|Drednaw}} with his {{AP|Pikachu}} and noticed that it was [[Gigantamax]]ed without a [[Dynamax Band]]. He advised Ash on the best way to battle and gave him a Dynamax Band. Leon later met up with Ash and {{an|Go}} at the [[Pokémon Center]] and agreed to have a battle with Ash, using his Charizard. After a tough fight, Leon emerged victorious.
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Leon reappeared in [[SS013]], where he heard a commotion outside the stadium and went to see what was happening. He saw {{Ash}} battling a [[Gigantamax]] {{p|Drednaw}} with his {{AP|Pikachu}} and noticed that it had Gigantamaxed without a [[Dynamax Band]]. He gave Ash advice that allowed him to defeat Drednaw, before properly introducing himself to them. The next day, Leon went up to Ash and {{an|Go}} at the [[Wyndon]] [[Pokémon Center]] and accepted Ash's earlier request for a battle. Before the battle, Leon gave Ash and explanation of how [[Dynamax]]ing and [[G-Max Move]]s worked and gave him his own Dynamax Band. During the battle, both sides Gigantamaxed their Pokémon, with Pikachu even managing to land a couple hits on Charizard. In the end, however, Pikachu was no match for the World Champion's ace and was defeated. Ash and Leon then promised to each other that once Ash was strong enough, they'd battle again.
   
 
====Pokémon====
 
====Pokémon====

Revision as of 14:13, 16 February 2020

For the character of the day from Beheeyem, Duosion, and the Dream Thief!, see Leon (BW045). For the Pokémon with the Japanese nickname of Leon, see Sparky.
Leon
ダンデ Dande
Sword Shield Leon.png
Artwork from Sword and Shield
Gender Male
Eye color Yellow
Hair color Purple
Hometown Postwick
Region Galar
Relatives Unnamed mother, Hop (younger brother)
Trainer class Champion, Pokémon Trainer
World Champion (anime)
Generation VIII
Games Sword and Shield
Champion of Wyndon Stadium
Game animation debut Letter
English voice actor N/A
Japanese voice actor Takahiro Sakurai
Anime debut SS012
English voice actor N/A
Japanese voice actor Daisuke Ono

Leon (Japanese: ダンデ Dande) is the Champion of the Galar region's Pokémon League in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

In the games

In the English versions of the games, Hop refers to Leon by the nickname Lee. In all other languages, he is merely referred to as "older brother" or "brother".

League Cards

This is a transcript of the back of Leon's League Cards in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

Normal League Card
"Leon is known far and wide for taking part in the Gym Challenge at the tender age of 10 years old—and even more so for claiming victory in the Champion Cup on his first attempt. Ever since that victory, he and his partner Charizard have remained unbeaten in both League and exhibition matches. He is called "the unbeatable Champion" and is a hero to many Trainers. He has but one weakness: a dismal sense of direction. But don't worry—wherever he ends up, he makes sure everyone has a champion time!"
Rare League Card
"Leon's dream, even when he was still the Champion, was to make Galarian Trainers the strongest Trainers in the world. In order to fulfill that dream, he has rebuilt Rose Tower into the Battle Tower, a facility dedicated to Pokémon battles. People say that he seems even more lively now than he was as Champion. Leon has also commented that another reason he likes the tower so much is because it's impossible to get lost inside. Leon's biggest problem now is apparently coming up with a new signature catchphrase to replace "Let's have a champion time!""

Pokémon

Pokémon Sword and Shield

Capture tutorial (optional)


Caught in tutorial
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Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Unknown
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Wooloo Lv.7
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Championship Match

Leon will Gigantamax his Charizard at the first opportunity.

Grookey If the player chose Grookey:



Scorbunny If the player chose Scorbunny:



Sobble If the player chose Sobble:



Battle Tower

In the Battle Tower, Leon's team is randomly selected each time, but with Charizard guaranteed in the last slot (which he may still switch into at any time). He will Gigantamax his Charizard at the first opportunity.

Beginner Tier


Poké Ball Tier


Great Ball Tier


Ultra Ball Tier


Master Ball Tier


Champion Cup rematches

Leon may reappear at the Champion tournament in Wyndon Stadium after receiving his rare League Card at the Battle Tower. He will Gigantamax his Charizard at the first opportunity.

Grookey If the player chose Grookey: