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- If you were looking for the character that appeared in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1 and Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2, see Lewis.
Luis (Japanese: オード Aude) is a minor supporting character who appeared in White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram. He is a young boy currently living in a frozen region and a descendent of the "People of the Vale".
In the beginning of Black—Victini and Reshiram, Luis was out on the frozen tundra with his mother, village leader Glacine, searching for Revival Herbs. His Lillipup had just found some under the ice when a giant iceberg crashed into the glacier he and his mother were on. Both ran for cover and they were almost rescued by the arrival of Donuke. However, his sled was flipped over by a Beartic and the three were trapped on a crumbling sheet of ice, with the iceberg still incoming. They were then saved by Damon, who summoned Zekrom to destroy the iceberg with Fusion Bolt. He was also seen in a flashback of Damon's in White—Victini and Reshiram, where he gives Damon a bottle of Revival Herb potion.
Luis was later seen in both movies with Glacine and Donuke, as well as the people of the desert village, who all came to Eindoak Town to show their support for Damon's idea. He was also seen in the ending credits with Luisa.
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| Lillipup appears as Luis's Pokémon at his home in the frozen region. It helps him search for rare herbs frozen in the ice. Later on, it nearly falls into the icy water after Luis loses his grip on it when a giant iceberg hits the glacier. Fortunately, it is saved by Damon's Gothitelle's Confusion.
None of Lillipup's moves are known.
|| Black—Victini and Reshiram
| Voice actors
|| Minako Kotobuki
- His Japanese name may be based on Aude, a department in France. It is also the name of a river in southwestern France.
In other languages
|| 오드 Aude
|| Transliteration of his Japanese name
| Chinese (Taiwan)
|| 奧德 Àodé
|| From 奧德 Àodé, Aude