Green (game)

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If you were looking for the player character from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, see Leaf (game). If you were looking for the character who is known as Green in Japanese, see Blue (game).
ブルー Blue
Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Green.png
Artwork from Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Eye color Brown
Hair color Brown
Hometown Unknown
Region Kanto
Trainer class Pokémon Trainer
Generation VII, VIII, IX
Games Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Anime series Pokémon Evolutions
Debut The Discovery
English voice actor Cristina Vee[1]
Japanese voice actor Suzuko Mimori
Manga series Pokémon Adventures
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire
Counterpart(s) Green, Blue
Debut Wartortle Wars (Adventures)
We're a Family!! (Ruby-Sapphire)

Green (Japanese: ブルー Blue) is a character introduced in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

While Green shares many similarities with Leaf, it has not been officially confirmed whether Green is the same person as Leaf under a different depiction, a cross-canon counterpart, or a separate character entirely.

In the core series games

Green appears in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. She is first mentioned by Trace after the player has become Champion as a girl looking to catch a powerful Pokémon spotted in Cerulean Cave. After the player has caught Mewtwo in Cerulean Cave and exited the cave, Trace will appear again and mention how the girl looking for Mewtwo had entered the cave earlier. Green can then indeed be found inside Cerulean Cave, at the same spot where Mewtwo was located earlier. When first interacted with, she will toss a Poké Ball at the player, having mistaken them for a Pokémon. Upon learning that the player managed to catch Mewtwo before her, she immediately challenges them to a battle. After being defeated, she will hand the player both of Mewtwo's Mega Stones: Mewtwonite X and Mewtwonite Y. She will then ask the player to become one of her Pokémon, along with Mewtwo, and throws several Poké Balls at them, attempting to catch them like a Pokémon. After failing in doing so, she runs away, asking the player to consider her offer.

Green can later be re-encountered in Cerulean City, where she will challenge the player to a rematch. After being defeated again, she once again tries to catch the player in a Poké Ball, but fails once again, and runs off once more, swearing to not give up on trying to get the player and Mewtwo for herself. This rematch can be repeated once per day.


Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

The first battle against Green takes place in Cerulean Cave after the player has caught Mewtwo and met up with Trace outside the cave. Battles from the second battle onward take place in Cerulean City after Green has been defeated in Cerulean Cave. She respawns every time the player defeats the Pokémon League, and uses the same set of Pokémon in both locations. She will Mega Evolve her Blastoise at the first opportunity.

In the spin-off games

Pokémon UNITE

Green and her Blastoise appear in Pokémon UNITE as an enemy Trainer to fight during the Legacy Trainer Showdown event between September 9, 2022 and October 6, 2022. Her Blastoise starts the battle as Squirtle and can evolve to Wartortle and then Blastoise during the battle. The other members of her team are Cynthia, Korrina, Raihan, and Leon. The event later returned between April 21, 2023 and May 21, 2023.

Green and her Blastoise also appear as an enemy Trainer in the Solo Challenge event between December 7, 2023 and January 15, 2024. This event had Casual, Intermediate, Expert, and Extreme difficulties. Green does not appear in the Casual and Intermediate difficulties, being replaced by an Ace Trainer. On the Expert and Extreme difficulties, her team consists of herself, Cynthia, Korrina, Raihan, and Leon. In this mode, Green and her Blastoise never use Holowear.

Unlike other Trainers in this game, Green and the non-Ace Trainer members of her team are represented with two-dimensional artwork instead of three-dimensional models. In the pre-battle splash screen, Green has a custom Unite Snapshot depicting her and her Blastoise with two dimensional artwork. (The normal display of the Unite License/Holowear is not used.) This means her Battle Item is not shown. However, she uses Eject Button.


Main article: Green (game)/Quotes


In the anime

Pokémon Evolutions

Green appeared in The Discovery, where she was on trail to find and catch Mewtwo. After making her way across Nugget Bridge, she entered Cerulean Cave, where she found out that Trace was looking for it too. When Trace's Pidgeot was hurt by a swarm of Zubat and Golbat, Green could continue to the end of the cave on her own. There, however, she was dismayed to learn that Elaine had managed to catch Mewtwo first. Upset by this, she challenged her to a battle, but wound up being defeated. She then handed Elaine Mewtwo's Mega Stones and jokingly (unlike her game counterpart, who was serious) suggested that she should consider becoming one of her Pokémon, along with Mewtwo.

Later, she met up with Professor Oak in Pallet Town, apologizing to him that she had been unable to complete the Pokédex. Professor Oak, however, told her not to worry, as other Pallet Town Trainers had also been working on the same project, which was now complete. Just as Professor Oak received word from a colleague of his about a brand-new species of Pokémon, Green departed the laboratory with Elaine and Trace.


This listing is of Green's known Pokémon in Pokémon Evolutions:

Green's Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan is Green's first known Pokémon. She used her to defeat the Trainers on Nugget Bridge.

None of Kangaskhan's moves are known.

Debut The Discovery
Green's Gengar
Gengar is Green's second known Pokémon. She used it to defeat the Trainers on Nugget Bridge.

None of Gengar's moves are known.

Debut The Discovery
Green's Blastoise

Green's Mega Blastoise
Blastoise Mezastar Mega Evolution icon.png
Blastoise is Green's third known Pokémon, and one capable of Mega Evolving. She used it to cross the waters in Cerulean Cave and later to battle against Elaine's Mewtwo. However, even while Mega Evolved, Blastoise proved to be no match for the Genetic Pokémon.

Blastoise's only known move is Hydro Pump.

Debut The Discovery
Green's Victreebel
Victreebel is Green's fourth known Pokémon. She used it to swing herself over a ravine in Cerulean Cave and drive away a swarm of Zubat and Golbat that was attacking Trace.

Victreebel's only known move is Razor Leaf.

Debut The Discovery
Green's Clefable
Clefable is Green's fifth known Pokémon. She used it in her battle against Elaine, but it was quickly defeated by Pikachu.

Clefable's only known move is Moonblast.

Debut The Discovery
Green's Ninetales
Ninetales is Green's sixth known Pokémon. She used it during her battle against Elaine, where it managed to defeat her Rapidash.

Ninetales's only known move is Flamethrower.

Debut The Discovery
Voice actors
Language Voice actor
Japanese 三森すずこ Suzuko Mimori
English Cristina Vee
European French Sophie Pyronnet
Italian Deborah Morese
Brazilian Portuguese Karina Fonseca
European Spanish Cristal Lázare

In the manga

Green in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Green (Adventures)

Green from Pokémon Adventures serves as Green's counterpart. She starts out as a mischievous thief and con artist, even stealing a Squirtle from Professor Oak, but eventually reforms.

Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire

Main article: Blue (Ruby-Sapphire)

Green also has a counterpart in Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire, who is named Blue.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Green in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Green's Exploration Su Unbroken Bonds Uncommon 175/214 Full Metal Wall U 048/054
Unbroken Bonds Rare Ultra 209/214 Miracle Twin SR 061/054
      Tag All Stars   154/173
      Tag All Stars SR 196/173


For images on Leaf, see: Leaf (game)



Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Green.png
Artwork by Megumi Mizutani for
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Concept art

Green LGPE concept art.png
Concept artwork from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Game animation

Pokémon Evolutions poster.png Green PE poster.png
Poster artwork for Pokémon Evolutions Poster artwork for The Discovery

Raw TCG artwork

For all images and products relating to this character in the TCG, see their In the TCG section

GreensExploration TOKIYA.jpg
Raw artwork of the Green's Exploration card from the
Tag All Stars expansion by TOKIYA

Game assets

UNITE Trainer Showdown Green Blastoise.png
Artwork of Green and Blastoise for Pokémon UNITE's

Legacy Trainer Showdown Event by Sanosuke Sakuma[2]

Sprites and models

050Diglett.png This section is incomplete.
Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: Missing overworld and in-battle models from LGPE
VSGreen PE.png
VS model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!


Cover of the Pocket Monsters Red, Green, and Blue guidebook
  • An artwork of an unnamed female character drawn by Ken Sugimori was released in Pokémon Red and Green's official strategy guide, released in April 1996.[3] This artwork also appears on the cover a revised version of the guidebook that includes the Japanese Pokémon Blue as well.[4]
    • According to Sugimori, she was not originally planned as a player character. He wanted to portray a trio of Trainers facing off against each other, hence designed the female character for the cover.[5]
    • The female character was later adapted for the Pokémon Craft DX magazine drawn by Emiko Yoshino, as well as Green in Pokémon Adventures (released 11 months after the original artwork), Leaf in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen (eight years after the original artwork), and Green in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! (22 years after the original artwork).
    • Sugimori noted that he took the unnamed female character into consideration when he was designing the female protagonist for FireRed and LeafGreen. He also mentioned that the FireRed and LeafGreen female protagonist did not have a name at the time of his writing, in November 2012.[6]
  • The French version for Green's Exploration mistakenly refers to the character as Leaf instead of Green. This causes an inconsistency in her appearance in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, where she is still referred to as Green in the French version of the game.
Pokémon Craft DX gallery


Language Name Origin
Japanese ブルー Blue From Pokémon Blue
English, French,
Brazilian Portuguese
Green From Pokémon Green
Spanish Verde From Pokémon Edición Verde (Pokémon Green)
German Grün From Pokémon Grüne Edition (Pokémon Green)
Italian Verde From Pokémon Versione Verde (Pokémon Green)
Korean 블루 Blue Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 碧藍 / 碧蓝 Bìlán From 碧 bì / bīk (blue-green) and 藍 / 蓝 lán / làahm (blue)
Chinese (Cantonese) 碧藍 Bīklàahm


Non-player characters in the core series games
Kanto Professor OakMom (Kanto)Mom (LGPE)RedBlueGreenTraceDaisyOld manBillCelioMr. FujiSafari Zone WardenCopycatPrimoKoichi
Pokémon Fan Club ChairmanErik and SaraTealaMinaCalSteven StoneMayleneCameronMr. GameMorimoto
Team RocketGym guideGym LeadersElite FourProfessors' aidesMagikarp salesmanName RaterDay-Care PersonMr. Hyper

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