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A '''Scientist''' (Japanese: '''けんきゅういん''' ''Researcher'') is a type of [[Pokémon trainer]] that first debuted in the [[Generation I]] games. They are men in [[wp:White coat|lab coats]] and glasses. They are often (but not always) aligned with Team Rocket, as shown in Generation I, [[Generation II]], and [[Generation III]], and with Team Galactic, as shown in [[Generation IV]].
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A '''Scientist''' (Japanese: '''はぐれけんきゅういん''' ''Lost Researcher''{{tt|*|In generations I and II}} or '''けんきゅういん''' ''Researcher''{{tt|*|In generations III and IV}}) is a type of [[Pokémon trainer]] that first debuted in the [[Generation I]] games. They are men in [[wp:White coat|lab coats]] and glasses. They are often (but not always) aligned with Team Rocket, as shown in Generation I, [[Generation II]], and [[Generation III]], and with Team Galactic, as shown in [[Generation IV]].
   
 
They generally use inorganic or artificial Pokémon such as {{p|Porygon}}, {{p|Muk}}, and {{p|Voltorb}}.
 
They generally use inorganic or artificial Pokémon such as {{p|Porygon}}, {{p|Muk}}, and {{p|Voltorb}}.

Revision as of 09:55, 19 June 2008

A Scientist (Japanese: はぐれけんきゅういん Lost Researcher* or けんきゅういん Researcher*) is a type of Pokémon trainer that first debuted in the Generation I games. They are men in lab coats and glasses. They are often (but not always) aligned with Team Rocket, as shown in Generation I, Generation II, and Generation III, and with Team Galactic, as shown in Generation IV.

They generally use inorganic or artificial Pokémon such as Porygon, Muk, and Voltorb.

In the English version of Pokémon Colosseum, Scientists are known as Researchers. In Pokémon Stadium, the scientist is known as Lab Man.

Appearance

Scientist Sprites

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