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This article is about the supporting character from M20. For the lake in Sinnoh, see Lake Verity.
マコト Makoto
Verity M20.png
Gender Female
Hometown Twinleaf Town
Region Sinnoh
Relatives Cynthia (mother)
Trainer class Trainer
Anime debut I Choose You!
English voice actor Suzy Myers
Japanese voice actor Shiori Sato

Verity (Japanese: マコト Makoto) is a character from I Choose You!. She is a vibrant and tomboyish Pokémon Trainer who seems to enjoy adventures.

During the movie, she traveled along with Ash and Sorrel to Mount Tensei, where Ho-Oh lives.


A resident of Twinleaf Town in the Sinnoh region, Verity was the daughter of a strong, famous Trainer named Cynthia. However, she felt that she could not live up to her mother's expectations. Because of this, she decided to start her journey in the Kanto region after getting her starter Pokémon, a Piplup.



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This listing is of Verity's known Pokémon in the anime:

Verity's Piplup
Piplup is Verity's main Pokémon, spending much of its time outside its Poké Ball.

Piplup's known moves are Bubble Beam, Drill Peck, Hydro Pump and Whirlpool.

Debut I Choose You!
Voice actors
Japanese Etsuko Kozakura
English Michele Knotz
Verity's Lapras
Lapras is a Pokémon Verity uses for transport across water.

None of Lapras's moves are known.

Debut I Choose You!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 佐藤栞里 Shiori Satō
English Suzy Myers
Italian Serena Clerici
European Spanish Sandra Villa
Thai ธันวา ภักดีอำนาจ Thanwa Pakdeeamnat

In the games

A Japanese event distributed an in-game representation of Verity's Piplup, along with Sorrel's Lucario and Ash's Charizard via serial code and local wireless.

The serial codes could be obtained by collecting two different virtual stamps via 7-SPOT at 7-Eleven stores in Japan. The serial codes were available from August 1 to 20, 2017 at 7 am to 7 pm, and can be redeemed from August 1 to 28, 2017. The local wireless were available at Pokémon Center stores and Pokémon Stores in Japan from August 22 to September 3, 2017.

#393 Piplup
Poké Ball Level 30 393Piplup.png
Water Unknown
Ability: Torrent
Held item: None
ID: 170715
OT: マコト
Met: 2017 Pokémon Movie (fateful encounter)
Nature: Hardy
Ribbon: Wishing Ribbon Wishing Ribbon
Hydro Pump
Water Special
Bubble Beam
Water Special
Water Special
Drill Peck
Flying Physical
Games Method Region Location Duration
SM serial code Japanese online August 1 to 28, 2017
SM local wireless all Pokémon Center stores, Japan
Pokémon Stores, Japan
August 22 to September 3, 2017
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
Date received is the date on the system when the gift is picked up from the deliveryman.
This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.



Language Name Origin
Japanese マコト Makoto From 誠 makoto (truth)
English Verity From verity (truth)
French Justine From juste (just)
German Verena Similar to her English name
Italian Amina From the Arabic name أمينة‏ Aminah (honest)
European Spanish Verónica From verdad (truth)
Korean 다연 Dayeon
Chinese (Mandarin) 誠子 Chéngzi From the Japanese name 誠 Makoto
Brazilian Portuguese Vera From verdade (truth)
Thai มาโคโตะ Makoto Same as Japanese name
Vietnamese Makoto Same as Japanese name

Movie characters
Human protagonists
AliceAsh Ketchum (M20)AudreyBarazBiancaCarlitaCoreyDamosDianaDianeEricFergusJack WalkerJuanita
KarlKathrynKidd SummersKimiaLisaLizabethLorenzoMannesMarenMelodyMerayNeeshaNewton Graceland
Professor LundRafeRaleighRebeccaRowenaSamSheenaSidSir AaronSorrelTonioTory LundTowaVerityYuko
Human antagonists
AlvaAnnieArgus SteelButlerCherieCrossDamonGalenGooneGrings KodaiIron-Masked Marauder
Lawrence IIILeviMarcusMerilynMillis SteelMolly HaleOakleyRiotThe PhantomZero
ArceusArticunoCarbinkCelebi (M04)Celebi (M13)CobalionDarkraiDeoxysDialgaDiancieEntei (M03)Entei (M13)Genesect
GiratinaHo-OhHoopaJirachiKeldeoKyuremLatiasLatiosLucarioLugiaMagearnaManaphyMarshadowMew (M01)Mew (M08)
Mewtwo (OS)Mewtwo (BW)MoltresPalkiaPichuPikachu (M20)PikachutwoRaikouRayquazaRegiceRegirockRegisteelReshiramShaymin
SlowkingSuicune (M04)Suicune (M13)TerrakionUnownVictiniVirizionVolcanionXerneasYveltalZapdosZekromZoroarkZorua
AliciaAllegraAstridBanksBaron AlbertoBlock BotBogieBonjiCarolDabuDavidDionaDonukeDr. Fuji
DundeeFlamelFreddyGabuGhrisGlacineGodeyGroudon (M06)GurūHeroes of Truth and IdealsInfiJennyJoe
JudyKaiKakoKanataKatoKevinKikoKing of the People of the ValeKyleLaylaLeekuLucianneLuisLuisaMako
MalinManukeMarcus's soldiersMauryMeredithMewtwo's creatorsMimiMirandaMisakiMooseMother and daughter
Mr. WhiteNevaNikolaOld Man DomŌyamaPegPeople of the WaterPokémon Baccer teamsQueen IleneQueen RinRavine
RaymondRossSchuylerShipShunSpencer HaleSylvanTakaTammyTannerTappTatsukiTobiasUschiZabu

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