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アカネ Akane
"The Incredibly Pretty Girl"
HeartGold SoulSilver Whitney.png
Art from HeartGold and SoulSilver by Ken Sugimori[1]
Gender Female
Eye color Brown*, Pink*
Hair color Pink
Hometown Goldenrod City
Region Johto
Relatives Milton (uncle*), Grandmother*
Trainer class Gym LeaderGSCHGSS
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation II, IV, V
Games Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black 2, White 2, Pokémon Stadium 2, Masters EX
Leader of Goldenrod Gym
Badge Plain Badge
Specializes in Normal types
Game animation debut GOTCHA!
English voice actor Sarah Anne Williams[2] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Yuko Natsuyoshi[3] (Masters EX)
Anime debut A Goldenrod Opportunity
English voice actor Megan Hollingshead
Japanese voice actor Yūko Miyamura

Whitney (Japanese: アカネ Akane) is the Gym Leader of Goldenrod City's Gym, known officially as the Goldenrod Gym. She hands out the Plain Badge to Trainers who defeat her. She specializes in Normal-type Pokémon.

In the core series games

Whitney appears in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver as the Leader of the Goldenrod Gym. She is the third Gym Leader that Trainers must defeat to move further in the game. She is known as "The Incredibly Pretty Girl!".

Whitney uses the Normal-type, and although she only began battling a little while ago, her talent attracted the Pokémon League to choose her as a Gym Leader. Her Gym is filled with other young girls like herself, who use cute Normal-type Pokémon like Meowth, and is shaped like a Clefairy. While in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal all challengers have to do to reach Whitney is navigate through the Gym's maze puzzle, Whitney is initially absent from the Gym in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. She can be found in Goldenrod's Radio Tower attempting to win a Radio Card. If the player helps her, she will return to the Gym. Despite this act of kindness, she will throw a temper tantrum upon defeat and refuse to give the Plain Badge. A Gym Trainer will tell the player that she will eventually calm down. Once calmed down, however, she will give the player the Badge, and TM45 (Attract). Apparently, this move is perfect for her because it makes full use of a Pokémon's cuteness.

Like the other Johto and Kanto Gym Leaders, Whitney will leave her Gym from time to time in HeartGold and SoulSilver. Unlike other Leaders, she will not travel far: just down the road to the Goldenrod Department Store any day between 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM. She's to the far left of the 6th floor. Once her Pokégear phone number has been obtained, she will accept rematches on Saturday afternoons at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City. Her team in these battles will be significantly stronger than her team in the initial battles, although her signature Miltank will remain in her party.

Like the rest of the Johto Gym Leaders, Whitney reappears in Black 2 and White 2 as a possible opponent for the player in the Johto Leaders Tournament, and subsequently, the World Leaders Tournament. According to a man in the Pokémon World Tournament lobby, Whitney loves softball, and the clothes she wears reflect that.

While Whitney does not appear in Pokémon Sun and Moon, Pokémon Ultra Sun, and Pokémon Ultra Moon, she and her Miltank are referred to in the Pokémon Center Cafés rarely when the player purchases Moomoo Milk. It is noted that her Miltank can produce quality Moomoo Milk.[4]


Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Gym battle


Whitney IV OD.png  Speed  Course
Supreme Cup
241OD.png Miltank
035OD.png Clefairy
036OD.png Clefable

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Whitney uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Whitney will always lead with her signature Pokémon, Miltank.

Johto Leaders Tournament

Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament

Challenge the Champion Lance!

In the side series games

Pokémon Stadium 2

Whitney makes an appearance in Pokémon Stadium 2's Johto Gym Leader Castle. This is the only game in which she appears and uses Pokémon of a type other than Normal.

During the game's end credits, she is seen having a battle with Misty.


Round 1

Round 2

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge

Whitney appears as an opponent in Pokémon Puzzle Challenge. She uses a Clefairy to battle.

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Whitney (Masters)

Whitney forms a sync pair with Miltank and Winter Form Sawsbuck in Pokémon Masters EX. Whitney became a playable sync pair since the game's release.

Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role EX role Base potential Availability
#012 VSWhitney Masters.png Whitney #0241 MastersIcon0241.png Miltank
NormalIC Masters.png
FightingIC Masters.png
Masters Tech.png ★★★★ First-time Scout (Until 2.21.0 update)
Sync Pair Scout
#012 VSWhitney Holiday 2022 Masters.png Holiday 2022
#0586 MastersIcon0586W.png Sawsbuck
Winter Form
NormalIC Masters.png
FightingIC Masters.png
Masters Tech.png ★★★★★☆EX Seasonal Sync Pair Scout


Main article: Whitney/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

Whitney in the anime

Whitney debuted in A Goldenrod Opportunity, where she ran up to Ash's Pikachu after he bumped into her Clefairy. She took care of Pikachu by kissing him on the head, much to his amusement. Whitney took Ash and his friends to the Goldenrod Galleria via a shortcut through the Underground Path. However, they stumbled across many areas that they didn't want to go to. After a while, they went to a restaurant to eat some hamburgers.

Later, Whitney encountered Team Rocket and they stole her Clefairy. The trio was chased down to the Magnet Train Station. They got on the Magnet Train but were stopped by Whitney, Ash, and his friends. Team Rocket blasted off with the train, empty-handed. After learning Whitney was the Goldenrod Gym Leader, Ash challenged her to a Gym battle. She agreed to the challenge and opened the Gym up especially for him, despite it being her day off.

During the match, Ash managed to defeat her first Pokémon, Nidorina, with his Cyndaquil. Whitney forfeited the second round after her Clefairy's Metronome turned into a useless Splash attack. Ash, however, was unable to stop her Miltank, who constantly used Rollout to deflect attacks and knocked out three of his Pokémon in a row.

After Ash's defeat, Whitney invited him and his friends to her uncle Milton's dairy farm, where many Miltank are raised to produce Moomoo Milk. In A Dairy Tale Ending, Ash and his friends spent the day taking care of the farm's Miltank until Team Rocket arrived with a barrel-shaped robot. During his fight against them, Ash came up with a strategy to defeat Miltank and asked Whitney for another match. He used Totodile and Cyndaquil to slow Miltank down, then had Pikachu knock her out. Though the match had taken place outside the Gym, Whitney accepted her defeat as official and awarded Ash the Plain Badge.

Whitney reappeared during a flashback in Why? Wynaut!. She reappeared in another flashback along with Morty in Bagged Then Tagged!, when it was revealed that Lyra's next Gym challenge was supposed to be either one of them.


Whitney is a sweet but ditzy young lady who easily gets lost in her hometown. She shows a lot of affection towards her own Pokémon and cute ones like Ash's Pikachu.

Whitney's battle strategy hinges on the increasing strength of her Miltank's almost unstoppable Rollout and her Clefairy's unpredictable Metronome attack, which can sometimes backfire.


This listing is of Whitney's known Pokémon in the Pokémon anime.

Whitney's Clefairy
Whitney's Clefairy first appeared when Pikachu accidentally knocked into it. After shopping, Whitney found that Clefairy was missing, having been caught by Team Rocket. At the Magnet Train platform, it used Metronome, which turned into Gust, which in turn freed Pikachu.

It was used again as the second Pokémon in the Gym battle against Ash, where it went up against Cyndaquil. It began with using Metronome. However, it turned into Splash. Cyndaquil used another Flamethrower, scaring Clefairy and forcing Whitney to withdraw it from the match.

Clefairy seems to be Whitney's favorite Pokémon, as it is usually seen traveling out of its Poké Ball.

Clefairy's only known move is Metronome.
Clefairy has also used Gust and Splash via Metronome.

Debut A Goldenrod Opportunity
Voice actors
Japanese Mayumi Iizuka
English Tara Jayne
Whitney's Nidorina
Nidorina was the first Pokémon used by Whitney in the Gym battle, battling against Cyndaquil. However, none of her attacks were a match for Cyndaquil's Flamethrower. Nidorina was soon defeated by Cyndaquil's second Flamethrower.

Nidorina's known moves are Poison Sting and Tackle.

Debut A Goldenrod Opportunity
Voice actors
Japanese Satomi Koorogi
English Satomi Koorogi
Whitney's Miltank
Main article: Whitney's Miltank

Whitney's Miltank was the last Pokémon used in the Gym battle. She managed to defeat Cyndaquil by using Rollout continuously. Ash used Totodile, telling him to use Water Gun; however, he did not slow Miltank down. With another Rollout, Totodile was knocked out. Pikachu used Thunderbolt on Miltank, but it was ineffective. Pikachu was defeated by the second turn of Rollout.

She appeared again in the next episode, sending Team Rocket flying. In a friendly battle before Ash could challenge Whitney once again, she managed to defeat Ash's Cyndaquil and Totodile but was defeated by Ash's Pikachu, earning Ash the Plain Badge.

Debut A Goldenrod Opportunity
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
English Megumi Hayashibara

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 宮村優子 Yūko Miyamura
English Megan Hollingshead
Czech Jolana Smyčková
Finnish Jenni Sivonen
European French Delphine Moriau
Italian Marcella Silvestri
Polish Monika Jarosińska
Brazilian Portuguese Fernanda Bullara
Spanish Latin America Liliana Barba
Spain Cristina Yuste


Whitney briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Whitney in Ash & Pikachu

Ash battles Whitney for the Plain Badge in The Beginning Of Good Luck?! Pokémon Fortune Telling. Here, Whitney has a grandmother, who runs a fortune-telling booth.


This listing is for Whitney's Pokémon in the Ash & Pikachu manga.

Whitney's Nidorina
Whitney uses Nidorina in her battle against Ash. She commands Nidorina to attack, but she trips over Psyduck, the impact of which causes her to faint, losing the round.

None of Nidorina's moves are known.

Debut The Beginning Of Good Luck?! Pokémon Fortune Telling
Whitney's Clefairy
Whitney uses Clefairy in her battle against Ash. Whitney commands Clefairy to use Metronome, but then Clefairy starts jumping around, out of control. Deemed to have lost the will to battle, Clefairy lost the round.

Clefairy's only known move is Metronome.

Debut The Beginning Of Good Luck?! Pokémon Fortune Telling
Whitney's Miltank
Main article: Whitney's Miltank

Whitney used Miltank as her final Pokémon in the match against Ash. Miltank lost to Pikachu after a long battle.

Debut The Beginning Of Good Luck?! Pokémon Fortune Telling

Pokémon Adventures


Gold, Silver & Crystal arc

Whitney debuts in Smeargle Smudge, where she is seen at the Goldenrod Radio Tower. She gets into an argument with Gold, who is furious about DJ Mary's Smea-Smea having painted on his face while he slept. The argument gets high ratings for the Radio Tower, so Hirō decides to make it a special that will be broadcast over Johto. Whitney and Gold are made to compete against each other in a race from Goldenrod City to Route 37. Whitney uses her Pokémon to gain a huge lead, but her path is blocked by a giant tree in the middle of the road. They are soon attacked by a wild Rhydon, which kidnaps Whitney and takes her away. Gold figures out that the tree was a Sudowoodo that had been attacked by the Rhydon and was in hiding. Gold befriends and captures the Sudowoodo, and uses it to defeat Rhydon and rescue Whitney. Afterward, Whitney promises to Gold that the next time they fight, she will come out as the victor.

In Delibird Delivery - 1, Whitney appeared in Professor Elm's fantasy when informing Gold that the Masked Man may be a Gym Leader.

Later, Whitney travels to the Mahogany Gym with DJ Mary, the Radio Tower crew, and the Pokémon Association Director. They plan on entering to warn Pryce about the Legendary Pokémon Suicune that has been challenging all the Johto Gym Leaders. They find that Suicune had already been beaten by Pryce and frozen solid, but it quickly breaks out of the ice and attacks. Whitney teams up with Pryce to take down Suicune, but the Pokémon is revealed to only be one of Pryce's ice sculptures.

Whitney in the ninth chapter

At the Indigo Plateau, Whitney arrives with her fellow Johto Gym Leaders to participate in the exhibition tournament for the Pokémon League against the Kanto Gym Leaders. In the second round, she faces off against the Cerulean City Gym Leader, Misty. Despite her tenaciousness, Whitney is easily defeated, giving Kanto its first win. When the Masked Man attacks the Pokémon League, Chuck and the other Gym Leaders combat his army of mind-controlled Team Rocket Grunts. The fight takes them to the Magnet Train, which is used as a diversion to get the Gym Leaders away from the stadium. Once the Team Rocket Grunts are defeated, Whitney manages to figure out the Masked Man's true identity. After the Masked Man is defeated, Whitney returns to her usual duties of being a Gym Leader.

HeartGold & SoulSilver arc

Whitney takes Gold to the newly opened Pokéathlon Dome to compete in the Pokéathlon. She stays behind on the sidelines while Gold proceeds to win all the competitions. When Gold reveals the real reason why he decided to come to the Pokéathlon, Whitney gets angry and attacks Gold for keeping secrets from her. This gets interrupted when an injured Dragonite belonging to Lance attacks the stadium. After defeating the Dragonite and deciding to hold on to it for safekeeping, Gold says his goodbyes to Whitney. At the end of the ninth chapter, it is revealed that Whitney developed a crush on Bruno and repeatedly sends him snacks as gifts.


This listing is for Whitney's Pokémon in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

Mil Mil
Mil Mil
Main article: Whitney's Miltank

Mil Mil (Japanese: ミルたん Miltan) is Whitney's first known Pokémon. Whitney first used her to battle Gold in their bike race, giving Whitney the lead. Since then, Mil Mil has been repeatedly used by Whitney.

Debut Smeargle Smudge
Buff Buff

Buff Buff and Fafa
Buff Buff (Japanese: ププたん Puputan) and Fafa (Japanese: ピィたん Pytan) are Whitney's second and third known Pokémon. They were first seen traveling with Whitney to the Mahogany Gym. There, they battled the Suicune ice sculpture made by Pryce. On the Magnet Train, they helped incapacitate several Team Rocket Grunts.

Buff Buff and Fafa's known moves are Sweet Kiss and Attract, and Buff Buff has the Ability Cute Charm.

Debut Irked Igglybuff and Curmudgeonly Cleffa
Whitney's Smea-Smea
Smea-Smea (Japanese: ドブルくん Doble-kun) originally belonged to DJ Mary after being given to her by Whitney as a gift. It first appeared subjecting Gold to a prank by painting over his face while he slept. Angered, Gold chased after Smea-Smea and repeatedly got into fights with it. Since then, it has traveled with DJ Mary and helped in several battles, such as copying Entei's flames so that it could permanently melt the Masked Man's ice soldiers. In the HeartGold & SoulSilver arc, Smea-Smea has been returned to Whitney's possession. It was used to smear paint over Gold's face when he wouldn't listen to what Whitney was saying.

Smea-Smea's only known move is Sketch.

Debut Smeargle Smudge

Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys

Whitney in Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys

Whitney first appears in For Pikachu's Sake!! The Search For The Missing Farfetch'd where she tags along with Gold to find a missing Farfetch'd. She has a battle with Gold where she sends out her Ditto and Miltank and defeats him. Whitney decides to take away his Pikachu for the time being as she thought it was a cute Pokémon. She begins traveling with him and follows him on his journey. She watches him when he is fighting his rival at a tournament. Even though Gold was defeated by Black, Black's tactics were ruled unfairly which made Gold the winner. Whitney did not return Pikachu until he defeated her later. Whitney traveled with him up until Let's Fight! The Mini Pokémon Tournament in which she says farewell to him and leaves. Whitney loves cute Pokémon and is very encouraging of Gold as he progresses through his journey.


This listing is for Whitney's Pokémon in the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga.

Whitney's Miltank
Main article: Whitney's Miltank

Miltank is Whitney's signature Pokémon. She was relied on as a mode of transportation.

Debut For Pikachu's Sake!! The Search For The Missing Farfetch'd
Whitney's Cleffa
Cleffa is Whitney's Pokémon that is usually seen out of its Poké Ball. It helped Whitney search for a Farfetch'd. When they found it, Cleffa sang a lullaby to place it to sleep. Cleffa was responsible for taking the SquirtBottle to awaken the Sudowoodo that Gold caught later on.

Cleffa's only known move is Sing.

Debut For Pikachu's Sake!! The Search For The Missing Farfetch'd
Whitney's Ditto
Ditto was sent out to battle Pidgey. Since Ditto made a replica of Pidgey, Pidgey was not able to keep up with Ditto.

Ditto's only move is Transform.

Debut For Pikachu's Sake!! The Search For The Missing Farfetch'd
Whitney's Magby
Whitney owns a Pokémon that is not her specialty type, Magby. However, she still thinks that it is cute due to it being a baby Pokémon.

Magby's only known move is Flamethrower.

Debut A Huge Mysterious Tree!!


Whitney's Pikachu
Main article: Gold's Pikachu

Whitney was very interested in Gold's Pikachu. After Gold lost to her in a Gym battle, Whitney took Gold's Pikachu and did not return it until he defeated her.

Debut The Legendary Pokémon Appears!!

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Whitney in Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Whitney appears in Fierce Battle Between Clefairy and Clefable. She is a waitress at a restaurant Red and the others go in, which is also a Gym.


Whitney's Miltank
Main article: Whitney's Miltank

Miltank is a strong Pokémon in Whitney's possession. She did the job in the restaurant of serving milk.

Debut Fierce Battle Between Clefairy and Clefable
Whitney's Clefable
Clefable is Clefairy's childhood buddy. They were friends for a long time until Clefairy ate all of the noodles without sharing. Since then, they would fight. After reuniting, it was revealed that both Clefairy and Clefable still held a grudge towards each other. During the Gym Battle, Clefable used her attacks the same time as Clefairy, resulting in a stalemate until both of them fell asleep and their ghost forms appear. Clefable's ghost form was defeated by Clefairy after getting eaten.

Clefable's known moves are Double Slap and Rollout.

Debut Fierce Battle Between Clefairy and Clefable

In the TCG

Whitney full art print from Lost Thunder

Whitney's Pokémon and items were first seen in the TCG in the Pokémon VS expansion. She wouldn't have her own card until the Sun & Moon Lost Thunder expansion, along with a Miltank card from the same expansion featuring the character. Whitney also debuted on some TCG based products, some card sleeves and a deck case that released with along side the Super-Burst Impact expansion in Japan.

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

Whitney's Pokémon
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 #
Whitney's Clefable Colorless       Pokémon VS Common 014/141
Whitney's Wigglytuff Colorless       Pokémon VS Common 015/141
Whitney's Persian Colorless       Pokémon VS Common 016/141
Whitney's Lickitung Colorless       Pokémon VS Common 017/141
Whitney's Furret Colorless Tyranitar Half Deck     Pokémon VS Common 018/141
Whitney's Miltank Colorless       Pokémon VS Common 019/141
Miltank Colorless Lost Thunder Rare 158/214 Super-Burst Impact Uncommon 071/095
Other related cards
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Whitney's TM 01 T [TM]       Pokémon VS Uncommon 107/141
Whitney's TM 02 T [TM]       Pokémon VS Uncommon 108/141
Whitney Su Lost Thunder Uncommon 193/214 Super-Burst Impact U 087/095
Lost Thunder Rare Ultra 214/214 Super-Burst Impact SR 101/095




Gold Silver Whitney.png Crystal Whitney.png HeartGold SoulSilver Whitney.png
Headshot from Generation II Official artwork from Crystal Official artwork from HeartGold and SoulSilver
Game Freak Whitney Aipom.png Game Freak Whitney.png Game Freak Whitney Ethan.jpg
Artwork from the Game Freak website Artwork from the Game Freak website In the Ruins of Alph with Ethan

Game assets

Sprites and models

In the core series
Spr GS Whitney.png Spr HGSS Whitney.png VSWhitney.png Spr B2W2 Whitney.png
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Whitney II OD.png Whitney IV OD.png Whitney OD.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
In other games
Puzzle Challenge Whitney.png S2 Leader Whitney.pngS2 Gym Leader Whitney alt.pngS2 Gym Leader Whitney alt2.png S2 Gym Leader Whitney Credits.png
Portrait from
Puzzle Challenge
Portraits from
Stadium 2
Portrait from the credits in
Stadium 2



Language Name Origin
Japanese アカネ Akane From 茜 akane (madder)
Brazilian Portuguese
Whitney From white and possibly whiny (a reference to her attitude after losing a battle to the player)
German Bianka From bianca (Italian for white)
Spanish Blanca From blanca (white)
French Blanche From blanche (white)
Italian Chiara From chiaro (bright)
Korean 꼭두 Kkokdu From 꼭두서니 kkokduseoni (madder)
Chinese (Mandarin) 小茜 Xiǎo Qiàn From 茜 qiàn / sin (madder)
Chinese (Cantonese) 小茜 Síu Sin
Thai อาคาเนะ Akane Transcription of her Japanese name
Vietnamese Akane Transcription of her Japanese name

Whitney's Pokémon (Adventures)

Mil Mil
Main article: Whitney's Miltank → Names
Buff Buff
Language Name Origin
Japanese ププたん Puputan From ププリン Pupurin (Igglybuff)
English Buff Buff From Igglybuff
Brazilian Portuguese Igglynha From Igglybuff
Vietnamese Puputan Transcription of her Japanese name

Language Name Origin
Japanese ピィたん Pytan From ピィ Py (Cleffa)
English Fafa From Cleffa
Brazilian Portuguese Cleffinha From Cleffa
Vietnamese Pytan Transcription of her Japanese name

Language Name Origin
Japanese ドブルくん Doble-kun From ドーブル Doble (Smeargle)
English Smea-Smea From Smeargle
Vietnamese Doble Transcription of Japanese name


  1. Whitney (Lost Thunder 193)
  2. Sarah Anne Williams on Twitter
  3. Yuko Natsuyoshi on Twitter
  4. Pokémon Sun and Moon: "You can get Moomoomilk from Miltank. This is just between you and me, but there's a Gym Leader named Whitney in Golden Rod City with a Miltank. I heard that you can get some real tip-top Moomoo Milk from her Miltank. But I'm actually too lazy to check whether that's true or not, though."

Gym Leaders of the Johto region
Violet Gym Zephyr Badge
Falkner OD.png
Azalea Gym Hive Badge
Bugsy OD.png
Goldenrod Gym Plain Badge
Whitney OD.png
Ecruteak Gym Fog Badge
Morty OD.png
Cianwood Gym Storm Badge
Chuck OD.png
Olivine Gym Mineral Badge
Jasmine OD.png
Mahogany Gym Glacier Badge
Pryce OD.png
Blackthorn Gym Rising Badge
Clair OD.png

Ash & Pikachu characters
Main characters
Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogepiBrockMayMaxJessieJamesMeowth
Gary OakDrewMorrison
Gym Leaders and Frontier Brains
AnnaAzusaProfessor BirchCalistaCarolineProfessor CozmoDrakeEriko
Eriko's grandmotherMrs. GrimmHirotoJack PollocksonKaburagiKiyoLilyProfessor Oak
OliverRobertShellySolanaSusieTabithaTeam Rocket ScientistTimmy
Whitney's grandmotherWinstrate family

Golden Boys characters
GoldBlackChrisGreyProfessor Oak

Professor ElmMr. PokémonDJ MaryTakeoKurt
Day-Care CoupleFalknerBugsyWhitneyMorty
ChuckJasmineEusineBlack TyranitarJoey

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