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The Riches (Japanese: ブルジョワールけ Bourgeoir family) are a family of six that can be battled at Undella Town in Pokémon Black and White. The family consists of Draco, Susan, Clairdonna, Zillion, Trish, and Miles. The family is fought gradually over the period of six days, starting with Draco on the first day; then Draco and Susan on the second day; then Draco, Susan, and Clairdonna on the third day; and so on, until reaching the head of the family, Miles, on the sixth day.
While not a Trainer, there is another person inside the villa. He is an item maniac who buys the Relic items found in Abyssal Ruins. It is not known if he is a family member, or simply someone who guards the villa.
In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, the Riches' house has been demolished and they no longer appear. The item maniac, however, will be in a newly built house on the original land plot.
In the manga
Trish in Pokémon Adventures
Trish makes an appearance in the Black & White chapter where she is seen traveling to the Mistralton Cave with her friend, Shōko. She encounters the legendary Pokémon Terrakion and Virizion and is defeated, forcing Black to save her. Black battles Terrakion and Virizion but is unable to defeat them when Trish wakes up an announces her intention to capture the two. However, the third member, Cobalion, arrives and Trish accidentally drops one her torches, causing a fire.
After Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion put out the fire, they kidnap Trish and Shōko's Pokémon due to their hatred of humans. Black tracks down the three and manages to convince them to return the stolen Pokémon by showing that their Trainers truly care about them.
| Heatmor is Trish's only known Pokémon. She used it in her trek through the Mistralton Cave. Soon after, it was kidnapped by Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion but was later convinced to be returned to its Trainer by Black.
None of its moves are known.
|| Black & White chapter
- The Riches family is similar to the Winstrate family in that they offer their own battle challenge to the player.
- Their Japanese surname comes from "Bourgeois", a term referring to the social class owning the means of production in a capitalist society.
- The Riches share their sprites with that of other Trainer classes, like School Kids and Veterans, rather than having their own unique sprites.
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