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Pokémon AU is an Alternate Universe where characters from the Rise of the Brave Tangled Dragons fandom are portrayed as Pokémon Trainers from the hit franchise Pokémon.

About the AU

In this world, creatures known as Pokémon roam the world in harmony with human beings. When a human reaches age 10 (Anime-universe), they are given a starter Pokémon by their local Professor and set off in the world, catching other Pokémon in devices called Poké-balls. They train the Pokémon, befriend them, use them to battle, and strive to become "Pokémon Masters". Pokémon Trainers can also strive to other ventures, including Gym Leaders, Pokémon Breeders, Pokémon Coordinators, etc.

Because of the radically different nature of the world, the characters, setting, technology, etc., these incarnations of the characters are significantly different from their original counterparts. Most commonly, this AU takes place in modern times.

When fans infuse the four and other characters with Pokémon, to make them Gijinka - half human and half Pokémon like people - can make this AU an alternative to Hybrid AU. The Pokémon anime and manga book series even makes it an alternative with Anime AU, just as the Pokémon games connects it to Arcade AU. While the many criminal organizations, like Team Rocket, and the law informants, like Officer Jenny and the Pokémon Rangers, in the Pokémon universe, along with Detective Pikachu, could have it as an alternative to Crime AU.

Featured Characters

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The Big Four

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III

Hiccup is a Pokémon Trainer that normally specializes in Dragon-type Pokémon. Because Dragon-types are naturally powerful and one of the least common types, Hiccup being able to catch one, let alone train one is an impressive feat to behold. Since Hiccup has had many battles in the air and wears a flightsuit, fans can easily have him taking part in Sky Battles while wearing a Sky Trainer suit, that is of the color scheme of either of his two flightsuits.

What Pokémon Toothless is often differs from story to story. The most common Pokémon used is Dragonite, (a shiny or mega X form) Charizard and Noivern. One of the more unorthodox decisions amongst fans places Toothless as an Umbreon, a non-dragon Pokémon. There have also been fans that have Toothless as a Pikachu, for when Hiccup is placed as a Ash Ketchum or Red-like character.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus take place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the Viking era (late 8th/11th century) that How to Train Your Dragon takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Hiccup and his friends with Pokémon.

Jack Frost

Jack is as a Pokémon Trainer that normally specializes in Ice-type Pokémon. His partner isn't any particular Pokémon, although he is most often seen with an Glaceon; that he had raised from an Eevee. While Jack being a Winter Spirit could possibly place a Ghost-type Pokémon, as well as a Ice Ghost-type like Froslass, in his team or simply have him being friends with one.

Merida DunBroch

Merida is often portrayed as a Trainer that either specializes in Fire-Types or with no specific type at all. She is most commonly seen with an Ursaring (representing her mother as a bear) and a group of Teddiursa (her three brothers as bear cubs). Whether she actually caught these bear-like pokémon or if they are wild pokémon she has a bond with differs from story to story.

Her horse, Angus is commonly portrayed as the (normal form) Fire-type horse Pokémon Ponyta, or its evolved form (which is also commonly of its normal form) Rapidash; some fans however see Angus being portrayed as a Mudsdale (as it deeply resembles a Clydesdale horse) or a Zebstrika (because of Angus's black and white color scheme). Because of fans commonly see her with a Teddiursa and Ursaring, she can also be given the four other bear-like Pokémon, Cubchoo, Beartic, Pancham and Pangoro. As well as having a Teddiursa, Cubchoo and Pancham to represent her "bear cub" brothers; instead of having three of the same Pokémon to represent the triplets. Her fighting spirit and connection to bears, could even place a Kubfu/Urshifu in her Bear Pokemon team. Merida's archery skills could even place a Decidueye in her team, as the Grass Ghost-type is known as the Arrow Quill Pokémon and being able to wield a vine-like bow that shoots leaf-headed arrows through the Pokémon's Z-move, Sinister Arrow Raid. There are also fans that place a Ghost type Pokémon, like a (shiny) Gastly or a Litwick, in her team, in homage to the Will -O'-the-Wisps. Her family's necklace can even serve or be used as a "mega necklace" that holds her key stone, for when a Pokémon that is capable of Mega Evolution is placed in her team.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the Middle Ages setting that Brave takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Merida and other characters from the Pixar film with Pokémon.

Rapunzel Corona

Rapunzel's specialty type is often disputed. Some authors have her specialize in Electric-Types, while others have her with Fairy-Types, Grass-Types and Psychic-Types. While Rapunzel is commonly seen as a Pokémon Trainer, there have been rare occasions where she is placed as a Gym Leader.

Her best friend Pascal is commonly portrayed as a Kecleon, which is a Normal-type Pokémon or a Sobble, which is a Water-type starrer Pokémon that is based on a chameleon, while her horse friend Maximus is commonly portrayed as a Rapidash, a Fire-type (while the Galar region has Rapidash as a Psychic/Fairy-type). She can also be partnered up with a Yellow Flabébé/Floette/Florges or a Sunflora, in homage to the Sun Drop flower. While the name of the Disney film that she is form has fans placing a Tangela (or its evolved form, Tangrowth) in her team, as a pun. Her art skills could even have her owning a Smeargle, while the shape of Corona's crest could have her catching a Solrock. There have even be those that place a Lampent in Rapunzel's team or simply have her being friends with a wild Lampent or a group of them, to possibly reference Corona's lanterns.

Her blond hair and her connection to the sun could even cast her as Lillie from Pokémon: Sun & Moon (mainly Sun), as Nebby (the Cosmog that Lillie looks after) evolves into the legendary Pokémon of the sun, Solgaleo. Due to Rapunzel's connection to the sun and Corona's sun shaped crest.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the 11th/13th century setting that Tangled takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Rapunzel and her friends with Pokémon.

Extra Characters

Queen Elsa

Elsa is mostly seen as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Ice-types. The badge of her gym can be made to look like the golden Arendelle orb or one of the main snowflakes from first or second Frozen films, since they are seen as her personal mark, while her gym could resemble her ice castle. Some see Elsa as the Ice-Type specialist Champion of her regain, due to her being Arendelle's (former) queen and her second castle sitting at the top of a mountain, since most of the Pokémon League locations in the Pokémon games reside in "high" mountain-like places.

Her partner isn't any particular Pokémon, although she is most often seen with an Glaceon (while Anna is partnered up with a Leafeon), a Froslass, Abomasnow (as fans sometimes have the Frost Tree Pokémon as a means to reference Marshmallow in the AU, or simply portray it/him as one), an Alola Vulpix/Ninetales (while Anna has a normal Vulpix/Ninetales) and even a Articuno. Elsa and her sister's snowman friend Olaf is commonly portrayed as a Snover, that is a friend to both sisters; as it is both an ice and grass-type. Elsa's encounter with the Nokk could even have her coming across and befriending either Keldeo (to match with the horse spirit's watery element) or Glastrier (to match with the snow form Elsa gives the water spirit), catch any one of the other horse-like Pokémon; or to simply have Elsa catching a ice water-type Pokémon so it could serve as a reference to her taming the Nokk. Just as Bruni could also have Elsa catching a Salamence or Salandit/Salazzle, since both of their names and one of their based on inspirations are drawn from a salamander, any of the other reptile-like Pokémon that closely looks like a salamander or Bruni himself, or just have Elsa simply catching a ice fire-type Pokémon to reference both of their elemental abilities over ice and fire. While both a ice flying-type and a ice ground-type Pokémon serve as a reference to the other two elemental spirits of wind and earth from Frozen II, since Elsa was able to tame them before she became the fifth spirit of ice.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the past timeline era setting that Frozen takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Elsa and her friends with Pokémon.

Princess Anna

Since Anna is the warm, summer version of the older sister, she is seen as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that commonly specializes in Grass-types; due to the flower patterns that are on some of the dresses she wears. As well as specializing in other kinds of Pokémon Types. Her partner isn't any particular Pokémon, although she is most often seen with a Leafmen (while Elsa is partnered up with a Glaceon), one of the two Deer-like Pokémon, Stantler and a (spring or summer form) Deerling (or its evolved form Sawsbuck) and a (normal) Vulpix/Ninetales (while Elsa has an Alola Vulpix/Ninetales). Anna and her sister's snowman friend Olaf is commonly portrayed as a Snover, that is a friend to both of the sisters; as it is both a grass and an ice-type.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the past timeline era setting that Frozen takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Anna and her friends with Pokémon.

Vanellope von Schweetz

Because of the sugary theme of Sugar Rush and the style of Vanellope's pink princess dress, she is seen as a trainer (that is sometimes featured as an older version of her) that specializes in Fairy-types, or is partnered up with Pokémon that are based on "sugary" food, like Vanillite/Vanillish/Vanilluxe and Swirlix/Slurpuff. Her partner isn't any particular Pokémon, although she is most often seen with a Pichu/Pikachu/Raichu, Fennekin, Porygon2/Porygon-Z, Pachirisu, Rotom and a Jigglypuff. While Slaughter Race Vanellope would most likely have a few Dark and Steel-type Pokémon in her team, to reference the online she became apart of in Ralph Breaks the Internet.

Professor Bomba

Since Radcliffe Bomba is already a professor and has spent a lot of time working on his research, it can easily make and portray him as a local Pokémon Professor that gives trainers their starters and look after other trainers Pokémon. His house can serve as his lab, while Ozzi is portrayed as a dog-like Pokémon - like a Growlithe, Poochyena, Lillipup, Rockruff or any of the others and their evolved forms. While his daughter serves as his assistant, before she leaves on her own journey and gets her starter from him (which most likely be a Grass-Type).

He can also be a professor that is studying the Pokémon that live in the forest next to his house, along with a Pokémon and the realm that it comes from, that is said to exist in legend.

Moana Waialiki

Moana is mostly seen as a Pokémon Trainer that specializes in Water-Types (or any of the island themed Pokémon from Sun & Moon, as they match some of the themes from the 2016 Disney film). Because of the setting in the film, Moana can be a trainer living in the Alola Region (with Motunui as one the Alola islands): as well as a trainer that is taking part in the island challenge or being one of the island's Trial Captains. If Moana should encounter the Guardian deities, it would most likely be Tapu Fini (a Water and Fairy type, for her friendship with the Ocean) or Tapu Bulu (a Grass and Fairy type, for the friendship she formed with Te Fiti).

Her friend Pua is commonly portrayed as one of the two pig Pokémon, Spoink or Tepig, while Heihei is the chicken Pokémon Torchic, it's evolved form Combusken or as a Rowlet. Along with being commonly partnered up with a Popplio, as her starter, a Lapras (in place of her sailboat) and a Mantine, in homage to her grandmother's manta ray tattoo and the form her spirit took.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the past timeline era setting that Moana takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Moana and her friends with Pokémon.

Maui

Maui is a Pokémon Trainer that is partnered with Pokémon that resemble his animal transformations. Like a Sharpedo (shark), Pidgeot, Fearow, Braviary or a Talonflame (eagle/hawk), Wailord (wail) and so on. He can also be a Island Kahuna in the Alola region and being a demigod could have him being friends with his island's Guardian Deity or had encountered it.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the past timeline era setting that Moana takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Moana and her friends with Pokémon.

Tamatoa

Since Tamatoa is a crab, he is seen as one of the crab-like Pokémon like Krabby, Kingler and Crabrawler. Mostly as a for his purple "skin" and the themes from Sun & Moon matching some of the themes from Moana. Tamatoa could even be featured as a shiny Pokémon, as a pun to the title/name of his song.

Guardians of Childhood

Since there are four Guardians (before Jack joined them), they can easily be portrayed as members of the Elite Four; each one being a master of a Pokémon type. North would be the Elite Four member of Ice-Type Pokémon, since his holiday is in winter and lives in the North Pole. Tooth can be the member of Flying-Types (due to her bird-like appearance) or of Psychic-Types (as memories reside deep within the mind), some of the Pokémon in her team can even be a bit of both with Psychic-Flying Type Pokémon like a Sigilyph; as they are both colorful with a touch of green. She could even be the Elite Four member of Fairy-Type Pokémon, for being the Tooth Fairy and the mother of her little Tooth Fairies. Bunny can be a trainer of Fighting-Types (for his fighting skills with his boomerangs), Grass (due to the element of Spring) or of Normal-Types (so he could have the two Normal rabbit-like Pokémon, Buneary/Lopunny, Bunnelby/Diggersby and Scorbunny/Raboot/Cinderace, as part of his team). While Sandy's dreamsand can easily have him as a master of Ground-Types.

With the Guardians as the Elite Four and Jack being the trainer that faces them as the final part of his journey in their region, MiM can be placed as the Champion. MiM's power over the Moon's light can even have him being friends with the Moon Pokémon of the Cosmic duo, Lunala; as well as having a Lunatone in his team. Just as Sandy's dream powers could have him being friends with the Lunar Pokémon of the Lunar duo, Cresselia.

Tinker Bell

When Tink is placed in this AU, she is portrayed as a Pokémon Trainer (and a young human), that is seen specializing in Fairy-Types (for being a fairy herself), as well as owning Pokémon that represent her skills and life as a Tinker-Talent fairy. Tinker Bell can even have a mouse-like to represent Cheese, a firefly-like Pokémon (or any of the other Bug-type Pokémon) to serve as Blaze and a few other Pokémon that reference her friends. Tink's friends - and the other fairies and characters from Disney Fairies - can also be Pokémon Trainers, that have Pokémon that reference on the elements and tasks of their talents.

Water-Type Pokémon for Silvermist, due to the watery element of her talent. Grass-Types and flower-like Pokémon for Rosetta, due to her earth/plant-like powers. Pokémon that can use Sunny Day, a Solrock and even a few Fire-Types for the Light-Talent fairy, Iridessa. Forest Animal-like Pokémon that suit Fawn. Fast moving Pokémon and even some Flying-Types for Vidia. While Periwinkle could specialize in Ice-Type Pokémon for being a Frost-Talent fairy. The Pokémon in their teams can even be the type of animals that their talents allow them to be close with; like how bumblebees are close with Garden-Talent fairies and tadpoles are fund of Water-Talent fairies.

While Tink and her friends being fairies could also has fans feature them as Fairy-Type Pokémon, with a second type that matches their talent, for fun. Like Fire, Grass, Flying, Bug and Water. With Lizzy Griffiths as their trainer or as a young girl that befriends them and allows them to remain as wild Pokémon.

Mavis Dracula

Since Mavis is a vampire and they are considered as "Creatures of the Night", Mavis can be a trainer that specializes in Dark-Types. Her ability to transform herself into a bat and other kinds of animals (seen in Hotel Transylvania 2), can also have her owning a bat-like Pokémon - a like a Zubat - and other animal Pokémon that resemble her transformations. As well as having a team that resents her monster friends and family members. Because of the summer clothes that Mavis wore in the third Hotel Transylvania film, and spending time on a ship that sailed her to a few locations, could have her traveling to the Alola Region as part of her journey, after she had completed her journey through her home region, as a starting trainer.

Mavis can even be a Gym Leader of Dark, Ghost or any other kind of Pokémon type that suits her best. Her father's hotel can serve as her gym, as well as a hotel that challengers can rest at on their journey, challenge other trainers and can try to beat Mavis in a Gym Battle so they could win her badge. Her gym's badge can be made to look like the hotel's logo, a bat serving as a T on top of a H or having the H on top of the Bat T; or simply have the badge take the form of a black bat.

The Once-ler

The Once-ler can be a Pokémon Trainer that is partnered up or friends wild Pokémon that resemble the animals that live in the Truffula Forest. A group of Magikarp can serve as the Humming Fish (as they are both orange fish), Teddiursa for the Bar-ba-loots, the Swomee Swans as any of the bird-like, Flying-Type Pokémon (like a group of Swanna), the Once-ler's mule, Melvin can be a Mudbray/Mudsdale; while the Lorax being the Guardian of the Forest can portray or have the Once-ler being friends with a Celebi. A Celebi can even use its time traveling powers to bring Ted Wiggins to the time to where the Once-ler came across the forest, so he could learn his story by taking part in it and to possibly change the outcome. There have also been fans that have the Lorax friends with the time traveling, forest guardian Pokémon.

The Once-ler's time as Greed-ler and destroying the Truffula Forest with his greed and the poisons seeping out of his factory, can even have him specializing in Poison-Types and possibly some Dark-Types. While old Once-ler would force on Grass-Types, and would make sure that nothing and no one would repeat his mistake and do what he can to keep his friends' home safe, standing strong and kept healthy for the wild Pokémon that live in the forest.

Dragons

Since dragons are part of the Pokémon universe, in the form of Dragon-type Pokémon, the dragon characters in the fandom can easily be placed as Pokémon of that type in the AU, along with giving a few of them a secondary type that best suits the dragon; like Fire, Water, Ground, Flying, Ice, Electric or any of the other types. They can either be placed as known Pokémon that exist or can be featured as Fakemon - fanmade Pokémon - versions of themselves. Hiccup, his friends and other Dragon Riders, along with those those who are very close with dragons (like Raya) are seen Pokémon trainers who specialize in Dragon-types when their dragons are placed as Pokémon, along with other kinds of Pokémon that suits them or their dragons with their elements, appearance and even their abilities.

Alpha dragons can even be featured as Dragon-Type Pokémon that are Legendries, as most Legendary Pokémon are known to be large just as most Alpha Dragons are (while Toothless remained in his medium size when he became an alpha). Valka's Bewilderbeast can be placed as Kyurem's White form while Drago's Bewilderbeast is the Ice-Dragon's Black form, as Bewilderbeast dragons are known as Ice Alpha Dragons, and both a white and dark Bewilderbeast were featured in How to Train Your Dragon 2. Toothless' dark colored scales, channels lightning in order to use his cloaking ability, is a Alpha dragon and has a rider with peaceful ideals for both humans and dragons, could have Toothless (or any other Night Fury) as Zekrom, while the Light Fury's white scales and her kind being of a sup-species of Night Furies could feature her (or any other Light Fury) as Reshiram. While dragons with multiple heads, like a Hideous Zippleback and Snaptrapper, can be featured as a Zweilous or its evolved form Hydreigon. Even though Charizard looks like a dragon (due to the fire starter Pokémon of the Kanto region being based upon the Dragon of the Chinese Zodiac) and only Mega Charizard X is a Fire Dragon-type, while both Mega Y and normal form Charizard aren't, it doesn't stop fans from featuring a Stocker Class dragon as the Flame Pokémon; as Toothless is sometimes placed as a Mega X form Charizard because of the Mega form's dark scale-skin.

Like Latios and Latias), Sisu is a dragon who has a connection a crystal-like orb that looks similar to the Soul Dew that is connected to the Eon dou.

The Croods

Since the Croods - counting Guy - and their film is based on the stone age era, fans would most likely place Pokémon that are extinct or are simply Rock-Types in their teams. Along with Pokémon that best suits them or resemble the hybrid animals from the films and its Netflix cartoon series.

Queen Tara

Tara's earth and forest powers can have her as a trainer that specializes in Grass-Types, her royal status could even have her as a Gym Leader, with her gym's badge resembling her pod, or the Champion of her regain. Some of the Grass-Bug-Type Pokémon in her team can be used to resemble the flower and insect people of Moonhaven, the Jinn.

Mandrake

Mandrake's goal to spread the rot, can easily have him specializing in Poison-Type Pokémon, along with some Dark-Types. Being the leader of group could even have him as the leader of his villainous team (like Team Rocket, Team Aqua, Team Magma and Team Flare), with Pokémon Trainer versions of the Boggans as his men.

Dogs

The dog characters in the fandom, like Bolt, Dante and Ozzi, can be featured as some of the dog-like Pokémon. As for the wolf characters, like the wolves from Frozen and Wayne and his family, are the wolf-like Pokémon; Wayna, Wanda and their pups could even be placed as (human) Pokémon Trainers that specializes in dog-like Pokémon. While dog-like creatures in the fandom, like Kyle and Dante in his Alebrije form, could possible be featured as a 10% Forme Zygarde.

Cats

The cat characters in the fandom, like Mittens, Mochi and Pig, can be featured as some of the cat-like Pokémon. House cats can be placed as cat Pokémon like a (normal or Alolan) Meowth, Glameow, Purrloin and a Litten. Wild, jungle-like cats, like Chunky, can be a Luxra, Litleo and a (male or female) Pyroar, while cat-like creatures in the fandom, like Pepita, could possibly be placed as a Meowstic or one of the three Legendary Beasts. Entei, Raikou or Suicune.

Birds

The bird characters in the fandom, like Tuffnut's chicken, the Leafmen's hummingbirds and Heihei, can be featured as some of the bird-like Pokémon; which would have them as Flying-Types. Owl characters, like Cassandra's Owl and Milori's snowy owl, can easily be featured as a Hoothoot/Noctowl or a Rowlet/Dartrix, the Witch's crow can be a Murkrow/Honchkrow, while the pigeons from Bolt, like Joey, Vinnie and Bobby, can be featured as a group of Pidove. Just as how Heihei and the fandom's other chicken characters can be placed as a Torchic/Combusken, since the fire starter Pokémon of the Hoenn region is based upon the Rooster of the Chinese Zodiac.

Baymax

Baymax is commonly portrayed as a Pokémon, rather then a (human) trainer like Hiro and the rest of the team. The Pokémon that Baymax is cast as are mostly a Snorlax (sometimes as a white one) or a Lickilicky, for his round-like body, a Golurk, due to the style of his 2.0 armor, while being a robotic nurse has Baymax as a Chansey/Blissey; or any of the other Pokémon that assist Nurse Joy at a Pokémon Center. Like an Audino (in the Unova region) and a Wigglytuff (in Kalos). Fans have also placed Baymax as a large Pikachu, for fun and for when Hiro is seen as Ash Ketchum. Should he be placed as a fakemon, a fan-made Pokémon, his type could most likely be Steel-Electric-type for being a robot, or could be a Normal or Flying (due to the flying ability of his red hero suit); of one or two of those types.

Because Baymax is commonly cast as a Pokémon, the Big Hero 6 team are sometimes cast as five kind and types of Pokémon beside him. There have also been fans that have Baymax as one of the six Pokémon in Hiro or Tadashi's team.

In the Pokémon series there are a few Pokémon that were artificially made, like Mewtwo and Type: Null/Silvally, just as Baymax and the rest of the team in the Big Hero 6 TV series had faced a few artificially made creatures, like the Mayoi and Bear Bessie, that could possibly serve as Pokémon in the AU. With the Mayoi as Grass-Types while Bear Bessie can be a Rock-Type Pokémon with the secondary of either Grass, Electric or Dark.

Miguel Rivera

Miguel is seen as a Pokémon Trainer, that is partnered up with Dante as one of the dog-like Pokémon, like a Houndoom or Rockruff. Miguel's love for music could even have him training the Pokémon in his team to use the move Sing and some of the dance related moves, like Petal Dance, Rain Dance and Flame Dance. Miguel's time in the Land of the Dead and meeting his dead relatives, could also place a Ghost-Type in his team.

Héctor leaving Imelda and young Coco for his dream and never returning from his journey, as the Riveras were unaware that he had died after he made the decision to cut his journey short and return home to his family, could have the Rivera family banding their children from going on journeys, like the one Héctor took with Ernesto, or to never train their Pokémon to do music related moves, and to never catch Pokémon that are known to enjoy music or has a connection to it. As Jigglypuff, Maractus, Bellossom, Ludicolo, Chingling/Chimecho and Kricketot/Kricketune are Pokémon that are known to enjoy music, dancing and singing, with their Pokémon cry or with the move Sing. After Miguel and his Pokémon partner uncovered the truth and the identic of his great-great-grandfather, the band was lifted and both the Rivera trainers and their Pokémon were able to welcome music into their lives.

Norman Babcock

Norman's ability to see and speak with ghosts, can easily have him as a young Pokémon Trainer that specializes in Ghost-Type Pokémon. He could even be friends with some of the wild Ghost-Types that live in the aria of Blithe Hollow, as he got along well with the dead residents of the town than he did with the living ones, before he met Neil Downe and had ended the witch's curse for good.

Fix-It Felix, Jr.

Felix's fixing ability with his magic hammer, can make him a Pokémon Trainer that is a builder and has a team of Pokémon, that construchion class trainers commonly use to assist them at work sights and jobs that involve heavy lifting. Like a Timburr/Gurdurr/Conkeldurr, Machop/Machoke/Machamp and a Geodude/Graveler/Golem.

Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun

Calhoun is seen as a Pokémon Trainer, that is partnered up with a Genesect. Due to her battles with the Cy-Bugs, when Hero's Duty is being played. Which could have her specializing in Bug-Type Pokémon, as a pun. Her leadership skills and acting as a guide for the players, could have her as a Gym Leader, as gym leaders are known for assisting trainers with guidance and advice; as well as testing their strength and bond with their Pokémon when they battle for their gym's badge.

Valka

Because of Valka's knowledge and compassion for dragons, from her time in the Dragon's hide and not seeing them as mindless monsters, as that was what the Hairy Hooligan Tribe of Berk saw them as before her son brought Vikings and dragons together, she can be featured as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Dragon-type Pokémon.

Bolt

Since Bolt is an animal and not a person, he is cast as one of the dog-like Pokémon. As fans commonly have him as a Growlithe or a Electrike/Manectric. There have also been fans that have Bolt as a Fakemon (a fan-made Pokémon) version of himself, that is commonly seen as a Electric-Type; due to his name and the lighting bolt shape of his Mark of Power. Those traits and sometimes being seen as a Electrike or Manectric (which are Electric-Types), could even have Bolt as a Yamper/Boltund. While Bolt's time as a star in a TV show, that he wasn't aware of at the time, could have Bolt as one of the Pokémon that works at Pokéstar Studios beside Penny, as his trainer in a Pokémon version of the Bolt TV show.

Mittens

Since Mittens is an animal and not a person, she is cast as one of the cat-like Pokémon. As fans commonly have her as a Meowth, Glameow or a Purrloin. There have also been fans that have Mittens as a Fakemon (a fan-made Pokémon) version of herself.

Rhino

Since Rhino is an animal and not a person, he is cast as one of the hamster/rodent-like Pokémon. As fans commonly have him as a Dedenne or a very small Raticate. There have also been fans that have Rhino as a Fakemon (a fan-made Pokémon) version of himself.

Penny Forrester

Since Bolt, Mittens and Rhino are commonly seen as Pokémon, Penny can be placed as their trainer. Penny's time as a child actor could have her working at Pokéstar Studios, in a Pokémon version of the Bolt TV show. While fans liking to focus on her Bolt TV show self, the character that she played and how she presented herself in the show (and the video game that focuses on it), could have her and (Pokémon) Bolt going after or having a few encounters with a Pokémon criminal organization version of Dr. Calico and his men.

Evelyn Deavor

Evelyn's hypnotizing technology could have her specializing in Psychic-type Pokémon. Which would have her using her Pokémon partner to hypnotize people, or secretly studded Pokémon of that type, along with moves that have affects on the mind to help her build the tech. Because of her tech skills and background, her partner would most likely have a second type beside its psychic one, like Steel or Electric. Along with having Pokémon that are a Psychic Ice-type, for the "Elastigirl on ice" sense from Incredibles 2, along with a Psychic Water-type for the ship sense and a Psychic Flying-type for trying to escape by air. Keeping her true motives and the fact that she is the mastermind behind the Screenslaver a secret, would possibly have Evelyn keeping her psychic partner (or partners) a secret; while her non-psychic partner is out in the open beside her.

Pitch Black

Pitch's dark appearance and has shadow-like powers, can have him specializing in Dark-type Pokémon. Using nightmare sand, to create his nightmares, could even have Ground as the secondary type of some of the Dark-type Pokémon in his team, like a Sandile/Krokorok/Krookodile. While being the Spirit of Fear could have him specializing in dark ghost-type Pokémon, as well. Some of the his Pokémon (that fans place in his team) can reference the animal forms that his Nightmares take (as the video game of Rise of the Guardians has them having more than one). While his powers over nightmares, could have him owning or being friends with the Pitch-Black Pokémon of the Lunar duo, Darkrai.

Kubo

When Kubo is placed as a young Pokémon Trainer, he is commonly partnered up with a Vigoroth (to reference Monkey) and a Vikavolt or Heracross (to reference Beetle). While his origami skills could have him encountering a Kartana, one of the Ultra Beasts.

Franny Robinson

Due to Franny's childhood fascination with the music that frogs make and the work that she had done to turn her amphibians into her own personal orchestra, can easily have her as a Pokémon Trainer that specializes in frog-like Pokémon. Like a Poliwag/Poliwhirl/Politoed, Croagunk/Toxicroak and a Tympole/Palpitoad/Seismitoad. Her karate skills could even place a Fighting-Type Pokémon in her team, or it could have Franny finding time to train her frog pokemon for battles for when they aren't working on their music.

Kristoff Bjorgman

Kristoff's ice interests and ice selling business can have him as a Pokémon Trainer or, on rare occasions, a Gym Leader that specializes in Ice-types, while the rock form that his adoptive family takes could have him specializes in Rock-types, as well as Pokémon of both types. Like a Amaura/Aurorus. His partner isn't any particular Pokémon, although he is most often seen with an Stantler and a (winter form) Sawsbuck, based upon his friendship with Sven, who is commonly portrayed as a Stantler, as well as having a Geodude to reference his Troll family, in both side, their stone-like skin and their rolled up rock forms.

Because Pokémon Legends: Arceus takes place in the past than the common modern setting of the Pokémon world, it could have fans focusing on the past timeline era setting that Frozen takes place in. As there have been fanfics and art that have none modern versions of Kristoff and his friends with Pokémon.

Wilbur Robinson

The lightning bolt logo that is on Wilbur's t-shirt and the cap he had Lewis wear, and fans seeing the logo as Wilbur's personal mark and sometimes giving him "electrical", thunder and lightning-related powers because of it, could possibly have Wilbur specializing in Electric-Type Pokémon.

Flynn Rider

When Flynn is cast as a Pokémon Trainer or, on rare occasions, a Gym Leader, his specialty Type is disputed. Because of Flynn and Maximus's friendship and the fact that the royal guard horse is commonly cast as a Rapidash, Maximus could possibly be placed as Flynn's partner or as one of the Pokémon in his team.

Mor'du

Because Mor'du is a strong, ruthless bear, as what remained of his humanity was lost shortly after he excepted his beastly form, he could be cast as the dark fighting-type bear Pokémon, Pangoro. While being a former human could have (human) Mor'du as a Pokémon Trainer that specializes Dark-Types, with Fighting-type as the secondary type of some of the Dark-type Pokémon in his team (because of his strength and it being what he asked the Witch for), and since Pangoro is a Pokémon of those two types and is one of the six bear-like Pokémon, one can easily be placed as his partner.

Drago Bludvist

Drago's dragon army and seeing himself as the Dragon God, can easily have him specializing in Dragon-type Pokémon. That he caught himself or had others catch them for him, similar to how Drago had his men and the Dragon Trappers he employed to assist him in the building of his dragon army. Which could have Drago as the leader of a villainous team (like Team Galactic, Team Plasma and Team Skull) that wishes to capture and control all Dragon-types, in clouding the ones that are Legendries.

Mother Gothel

Gothel's specialty Type is disputed, while using a "unique" plant's abilities to stay, could have her affiliated with Grass-Types, especially with ones that know healing related moves of that type, like Absorb, Leech Life, Mega Drain and Giga Drain.

Leafmen

The Leafmen can easily specialize in Grass and Bug-Types, given their associated with the color green and protecting the forest. While them riding hummingbirds, as well as Nod riding a sparrow, could also have them specializing in bird-like Pokémon.

Frozone

Frozone's ice powers can have him as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Ice-types.

Violet Parr

Violet's specialty Type is disputed, while her invisible ability could have Violet affiliation with Pokémon of a similar ability, such as Vaporeon and Kecleon. Her Force Field Generation could also have her affiliated with Psychic-Types, one or two Ghost-Types, and Pokémon that can use protection moves, such as Protect and Detect. There have also been fans who have placed as few Dark-Type Pokémon in her team.

Dash Parr

Dash's superspeed can have him affiliating with Pokémon that are fast moving and that can use fast attack moves, such as Extreme Speed, Quick Attack and Agility. As well as fans having Dash specializing in Electric-type Pokémon.

He-Lectrix

He-Lectrix's electrical powers can easy have him specializing in Electric-type Pokémon. He can serve as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader.

Elastigirl

Elastigirl's specialty type is disputed, while her elastic abilities could have her affiliated with Pokémon of a similar ability, such as Tangrowth and Lickilicky.

Mr. Incredible

Mr. Incredible's super strength can have him as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Fighting-type Pokémon.

Cassandra

Cassandra can serve as a Pokémon Trainer, with her pet Owl portrayed as a Hotfoot/Noctowl or a Row let, while her horse Fidella is featured as a Mudsdale (since they are both brown and black). Having swords in her collation and commonly using them as her main weapon of choice, could have her catching a Honedge, as well raising and evolving it into both Doubleday and Aegislash. Should a Lunatone be placed in her team, it would be to serve as a reference of Cassandra merging with the Moonstone opal with herself, since the Meteorite Pokémon is a Rock-Type as well as a Psychic-Type. Lunala (and possibly Dawn Wings Necrozma as well) could also be used to reference Cass's dark, magical form, as the Moonstone was created by a drop of moonlight that fell from the heavens, along with a drop of sunlight that longs to be united with each other; and Rapunzel being the Sun-Drop's host sometimes has fans place Solgaleo beside her.

Varian

Varian can serve as a Pokémon Trainer, with his pet raccoon Ruddiger as a Zigzagoon, while there have been those who have Ruddiger as a Bidoof. Due to Varian being a scientist, he could have a Polygon in his team since its a man-made Pokémon. Varian's brief time with the Separatists of Saporia could even have him as a Gladion-like character.

Screech

Screech can serve as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader, giving his appearance he can specialize in Flying-Type Pokémon and affiliating with Pokémon that use the move Screech.

Brick

Brick can serve as Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Fighting-Type Pokémon, given her super strength.

Krushauer

Krushauer can serve as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Psychic-Type Pokémon, given his power of telekinesis and many Psychic-Type trainers being psychics themselves.

Reflux

Reflux can serve as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Fire-Type Pokémon, given his ability for molten stomach acid regurgitation.

Wreck-It Ralph

Ralph can serve as a Pokémon Trainer, giving his strength and wrecking things when he gets angry or is doing his job in his home game, he could specialize in Fighting-Type Pokémon.

Mary Katherine

Mary Katherine can serve as a Pokémon Trainer, with her pet dog Ozzi as one of the dog-like Pokémon, along with her having one of the few known deer, mouse and bird-like Pokémon to reference M.K.'s encounters with those kind of animals in Moonhaven. Her time in the full of life, forest kingdom could even have M.K. specializing in Grass-type Pokémon, along with a few Bug-type Pokémon to reference the insect Jinn she met and befriended.

Voyd

The nature of Voyd's interdigital powers could have her encountering or befriending Hoopa. As well as fans having her as a Pokémon Trainer or Gym Leader that specializes in Psychic-type Pokémon.

Liv Amara

Liv being a self-made billionaire that has designed her own biotech, as well as funding other people's promising bio work, could possibly have the Cell Pokémon Solosis or either one of their second and third evolution forms, the Mitosis Pokémon Duosion and the Multiplying Pokémon Reuniclus, as her Pokémon partner; even though they aren't the kinds of Pokémon that Pokémon trainer Scientists have or use in the Pokémon series. Before Liv places herself in suspended animation she places her Pokémon in the care of her clone, Di Amara, up until she was finally cured and is able to come out of it.

Nod

Nod can serve as a Pokémon Trainer, being a Leafmen he can specialize in Grass and Bug-Types. Along with a bird-like Pokémon portraying his hummingbird or sparrow, he could even have one of the deer-like Pokémon to reference the scene of him and M.K. riding a deer in Epic.

High Voltage

High Voltage can serve as Pokémon Trainers, that specialize in Electric-Type Pokémon. Eelektross can serve as their Pokémon partners, as they resemble their eel mutation forms.

Mad Jacks

Jetpacks being one of the Mad Jacks' main equipment and have show to have a great advantage and agile in the air, they could easily be featured as a group of Sky Trainers.

Mr. Sparkles

The plant DNA of Mr. Sparkles' mutant form and allowing him to have the ability to control the Mayoi, could have him as a Pokémon Trainer that specializes in Grass-Types, as well as Psychic-Types.

King Edmund

Edmund's pet ravens could have him as a Pokémon Trainer that has a Corviknight as his Pokémon partner, as well as having a group of them, or a few of their two pre-evolved forms (Rookidee and Corvisquire), in his team. While being the king of the Dark Kingdom, could have him as a Gym Leader that specializes in Dark-Type Pokémon, in which could place a Pangoro as one of his Pokémon to reference his black bear, skin mask. One or two of his Dark-type Pokémon could even have Ghost as their first or secondary type, to reference the ghosts of the Dark Kingdom rulers before him.

Globby

Due to Globby's mutation he could have Muk as his partner or possibly a Solosis and it evolutions, as they both resemble his mutation form. Along with a Ditto, since they are both of a pinkish color and are able to change their forms.

Momakase

Momakase's specialty type is disputed, having swords and commonly using them as her main weapon of choice, could have her catching a Honedge, as well raising and evolving it into both Doubleday. She could also have a Weavile to resemble her mutation form, since Weavile is known as the 'Sharp Claw Pokémon'.

Heather

Heather's bond with Windshear could have her as a Pokémon Trainer that has a Skarmory as her Pokémon partner, as while the 'Armor Bird Pokémon' isn't a Dragon-Type and cannot learn Dragon-Type moves it is the closes Steel-Type Pokémon of flight that resembles a Razorwhip dragon; in its own way.

Clan Dingwall

Since Clan Dingwall's clan crest is a "rock" (for an unknown reason), it can easily have fans feature them as a group of Pokémon Trainers that specialize in Rock-type Pokémon. While their Clan Leader can be cast as a Rock-Type Gym Leader, with his son as its heir for when he retires, becomes a member of the Elite Four or is asked to become the Gym Leader of another city's gym.

Hector

While Hector's specialty type is disputed, he would have a Rhyhorn to resemble his rhinoceros.

Trina

Since Trina is a robot and a bot fighter, it could have fans feature her as a Pokémon Trainer that specialize in Steal-type Pokémon.

Adira

Using a sword and commonly using them as her main weapon of choice, could have her catching a Honedge, as well raising and evolving it into both Doubleday and Aegislash. While originating from the Dark Kingdom could have her owning a Dark-Type Pokémon.

Atali

Atali's Pokémon partner could be a Duraludon, being a Dragon and Steel-Type resembles a Razorwhip. Even though they aren't Dragon types, Atali could also have a Corviknight or a Skarmory, since they both fly.

Lord Demanitus

Demanitus's spirit inhabiting Vigor's body, could possibly have one of the monkey-like Pokémon as his Pokémon partner, to reference Vigor and Rapunzel and Eugene meeting the Lord's spirit through the possessed monkey. While his journey to research two powerful objects could have him studying and coming across Legendary Pokémon, and possibly items that they are connected to.

Baron Von Steamer

Baron's specialty type is disputed, but he would have Pokémon that produce smoke similar to his steam, such as Torkoal, Koffing or Weezing.

Chief Cruz

Chief Cruz can be a Pokémon police officer, similar to Officer Jenny. Its possible he could have a Growlithe as his partner, since the Puppy Pokémon is the most common Pokémon that the police offices in the Pokémon universe have as their partners. Even though the Jennys of the Unova region instead have a Herdier as their partners, Kalos Jennys own a Manectric, while Alola region Jennys have various Pokémon partners depending on the island they are stationed at.

Mother and Father

With their ability to transform into birds, the two could specializes in Flying-Type Pokémon.

Dragon Hunters

They could specializes in Dragon-Type Pokémon, similar to Drago since they capture dragons. In which could also have them as a criminal/villain team, like Team Rocket.

Karmi

Karmi's specialty type is disputed, but due to her love of cells it could have a Solosis as her Pokémon partner, to resemble them.

Megan Cruz

Megan's specialty type is disputed, but due to her being a journalist, she can be similar to Alexa and have a Gogoat as her Pokémon partner. While being the daughter of a police chief and the lengths she would go for a story could even have a Psyduck for a partner, to reference Lucy Stevens from the film version of Detective Pikachu.

The Baron

The Baron's specialty type is disputed, along with the poisonous spider he keeps in his ring could have the Baron having a Ariados as his Pokémon partner.

Grimmel the Grisly

Because of his drugged into obedience Deathgrippers, Grimmel would have Poison/Dragon-type Pokémon, like a Dragalge and possibly a Naganadel and Eternatus, in his team or uses a method to control Naganadel and Eternatus into obeying Grimmel when they are still wild and uncaught Pokémon. While being a dragon hunter who hates dragons would have him specializing in Ice and Fairy-Type Pokémon to help him take on any dragon-type Pokémon that comes his way.

Yi

Yi's violin skills and red colored top, can easily have a Kricketune as her Pokémon partner. Since the Detective Pikachu game dose have a young female trainer who is a violinist, wears a red dress and also has a Kricketune for a partner. While her friendship with Everest (and the title of her DreamWorks film) could have her befriending a Abomasnow, or its pre-evolved form Snover since Everest is a baby yeti; while Everest's appearance and colour scheme could have him as a Galarian form Darmanitan.

Riley Andersen

Riley's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but she could have a elephant-like Pokémon such as Cufant or Phanpy to resemble Bing Bong. She could have a Indeedee, due to it being a Emotion Pokémon. While Riley's hockey hobby could place a Ice-Type Pokémon in her team, along with a Fire, Water and possibly a Ghost-Type Pokémon to reference her emotions of Anger, Sadness and Fear.

Dagur the Deranged

Due to Dagur being a dragon rider, he can easily specialize in Dragon-type Pokémon. He could have a Dracozolt to resemble the Skrill, due to it being a dragon with electrical abilities. He could also have a Ampharos due to it Mega Evolving into a Electric and Dragon type to resemble the Skrill as well.

Astrid Hofferson

Astrid can easily specialize in Dragon-type Pokémon. With her being skilled with an axe, she could have a Haxorus due to it being Axe, the Jaw Pokémon. While Stormfly's bird-like features places a few Flying-Type Pokémon in her team, and with fans who commonly portray Stormfly as a blue colored bird in a few Modern related AUs and crossovers could even place a Altaria in Astrid's Pokémon team.

Hiro Hamada

Hiro's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but seeing his armor has magnetic abilities, its possible he'd have a Magnemite as well raising and evolving it into both Magneton and Magnezon. He could be a inventor much like Clemont.

Wasabi

Wasabi's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but he could have a Minccino to match his tidy behavior. While the green color of his hero suit and with Wasabi's plasma blades residing on the wrist part of his armour, has even got fans to place a Gallade in Wasabi's Pokémon team.

Fred

Fred's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but he could have a Turtonator or Magmar to resemble his Fredzilla suit. Along with a Kecleon to resemble his Fredmeleon suit.

Honey Lemon

Honey Lemon's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but she could have a Goodra to match her friendly personality and to match her sticky coagulation bombs on her suit. Along with a Mr. Mime for her protective barrier, an Ice-Type Pokémon for her ice bombs and a Luvdisc to resemble the heart shape on her purse.

GoGo Tomago

GoGo's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but due to her professional-level athleticism, participating in a number of sports, including kickboxing she could have a Pokémon partner to match such as Hitmontop. While her speed and being the fastest on Big Hero 6, could have her affiliating with Pokémon that are fast moving and can use fast attack moves, such as Extreme Speed, Quick Attack and Agility.

Angry and Red

Angry and Red's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but due to their thieving, they both could have Nickits that they raise and evolve into Thievuls. They could also have Impidimps. Red could also have a dog-like Pokémon, like a Midday Form Lycanroc, to match her ability to transform into a werewolf.

Sirque

Sirque's Pokémon specialty is disputed, and to reference her use of the Silent Sparrow tech she stole and altered to commit her thefts, could easily have her affiliating with Pokémon that are able to use the move Teleport, which is commonly used among Psychic-type Pokémon.

Imelda Rivera

With Pepita as Imelda's pet cat in life before becoming her spirit guide in the Land of the Dead, fans have one of the cat-like Pokémon as Imelda's Pokémon partner. Fan have also placed Ghost and Dark-Type Pokémon in her team to reference the fact that she is dead.

Dawn Betterman

With Sash as her pet sloth, she could easily have a Slakoth as her Pokémon partner. While the other Pokémon in her team could reference the animals that her parents have on their family farm and possibly the wolf spiders she befriended.

Chin

With Croak as Chin's pet frog/toad, he could easily have one of the frog/toad-like Pokémon (like a Poliwhirl, Politoed, Palpitoad or a Froakie) as his Pokémon partner. Chin's ping-pong skills could even have him and his Pokémon partner take part in Pokémon Ping-Pong.

Fei Fei

With Bungee as her pet rabbit and Jade Rabbit's connection to Change's is what got Fei Fei to have a fondness for rabbits, Fei Fei could easily have a Scorbunny as her Pokémon partner, since they're color scheme matches the rabbit lantern cover of her rocket ship and the fact that Bungee has white colored fur. Fei Fei could also have a Politoed in her team, to reference her encounter with the giant moon frogs and the times that Croak jumped onto her face. One of the food-like Pokémon can also be placed in her team to reference her family bakery, and possibly the mooncakes she helps her family to make and sell for the Moon Festival.

Raya

Due to Raya's combat and martial arts skills, she can easily specialize in Fighting-Type Pokémon. She could also have a Donphan to resemble Tuk Tuk, due to its ability to roll around. Just as a Dragon-Type Pokémon, that is either part of her team or is simply a wild Pokémon that Raya has befriended, can serve as a reference to her friendship with Sisu.

Namaari

Due to her primary weapon being dual swords, she can easily have a Doublade as her partner. Namaari's Pokémon team could also include one of the large cat-like Pokémon, like a Luxray, Pyroar or possibly a Liepard, to reference her Serlot steed.

Marinette Dupain-Cheng

Marinette's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but most fanwork commonly features a Ledyba or Ledian as her Pokémon partner to resemble her hero alter ego, Ladybug. Marinette being a French civilian who lives in Paris could possible have her residing in the French base region, Kalos.

Adrien Agreste

Adrien's Pokémon specialty is disputed, but most fanart has him with a cat-like Pokémon, to match his hero alter ego, Cat Noir. That is why the common choices for his cat Pokémon partner are mostly Purrloin, Liepard, an Alola Meowth, Litten or Torracat. Adrien being a French civilian who lives in Paris could possible have him residing in the French base region, Kalos.

Bellroc

A human version of Bellroc could serve as a Pokémon Trainer who specialize in Fire-Types, as well as Pokémon that have lava-like connections or moves.

Skrael

A human version of Skrael could serve as a Pokémon Trainer who specialize in Ice-Types.

Nari

A human version of Nari could serve as a Pokémon Trainer who specialize in Grass-Types, due to her earth nature magic and appearance.

Toby Domzalski

Toby's rock interest and knowledge, along with him spending time with living stone creatures, fans can easily have Toby as a Pokémon Trainer who specialize in Rock-Types.

Walter Beckett

Walter's interest in pigeons and has one as a "roommate", he can easily have a Pidove or any of the other bird-like Pokémon as his Pokémon partner. He could also have a Galar form Ponyta/Rapidash in his team to reference his old Unity doll and the fact that he has used the unicorn from his childhood as a base theme for one of his humanin inventions, the security blanket.

Chang'e

With Chang'e being the Goddess of the Moon, she can easily have moon-like Pokémon such as Lunatone, which is a moon shaped Pokémon. Umbreon which is known as the Moonlight Pokémon. She could also be associated with Lunala, that's known as the Moone Pokémon. She could also have one of the rabbit-like Pokémon in her team to reference her friend Jade Rabbit, while one of the food base Pokémon, like Milcery/Alcremie and Swirlix, can reference the Lunettes. The same with one of the lion or cat-like Pokémon serving as a reference to her winged lions.

Blanca/Xiao-Bai

Being a white snake demon can easily have Blanca's team be made out of snake or snake-like Pokémon.

Verta/Xiao-Qing

Being a green snake demon can easily have Verta's team be made out of snake or snake-like Pokémon. A Serperior could possibly serve as her Pokémon partner from being one of the green colored snake-like Pokémon, like Rayquaza and (50% Forme) Zygarde.

Isabela Madrigal

Isabela's Chlorokinesis powers can easily have her specializing in Grass-Types, her perfect golden child image would have Isabela catching pretty flower based Pokémon, like Roserade, Flabébé, Comfey and even a Tsareena. Her team can also include a Maractus or Cacnea, since Isa's "talk" with Mirabel led to her developing a liking to cactuses and other kinds of none pretty, flowery plants. Being respected in her home town could have Isabela as a Grass-Type Gym Leader.

Luca Paguro

Luca being a young sea monster can easily have him specializing in Water-Types.

Alberto Scorfano

Alberto being a young sea monster can easily have him specializing in Water-Types, as well as some other types of Pokémon that live on land to reference Alberto's surface world life style. After Alberto was left on his own by his father, the Pokémon living on his island or simply visit it from time to time became his friends, as they took pity on Alberto and decide to look after him.

Alexandra Gonzalez

Alex's traumatic experience that kept her from going outside or being anywhere near animals could have her being afraid of Pokémon and doesn't want to be a trainer or anything that involves Pokémon, after having a bad experience with one that traumatized her at a young age. Until Tom helps Alex to over-come her fears in order to open herself up to the Pokémon that found its way into her hose and has taken a shine to her. Her Pokémon partner would most likely be a Kecleon to reference Feathers, as they are both green with a touch of red and can turn themselves invisible.

Camilo Madrigal

Camilo's shapeshifting ability can easily have his Pokémon partner be a Dittto or a Zorua, as both Pokémon have the ability to change their appearance like Camilo can.

Rose Lavillant

Due to Rose's name being of a type of flower and the flowery-like parts of her Akumiatsed Princess Fragrance form, fans like to have Rose specializing in Grass-Types Pokémon. While her time as the pig-themed heroin, Pigella could place one of the pig-like Pokémon in her team.

Luisa Madrigal

Luisa's super strength can easily have her specializing in Fighting-Type Pokémon, as well as Rock-Types from how both types of Pokémon have been used to help people to lift heavy objects and for assistants with construction work, and Luisa has used her strength to help Encanto build more houses, fix them up or to move buildings to another location. Her team could also include a Mudbray from being the Donkey Pokémon, and Luisa has been featured besides donkeys in the 2021 film and on Encanto posters of her.

Snow White/Red Shoes

Because the original Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs fairy tale commonly despites many versions of Snow White with a red apple, and the magical shoes (2019) Snow White wears as Red Shoes first started out as red apples before the sun's light turned them into a pair of shoes, as they and the apples Regina uses to turn people into her wooden animal creatures, or turn people into the tree that creates the red shoes, serve as a reference to the iconic poison apple, Snow White/Red Shoes's Pokémon partner could be an Applin. Her team could also include a rabbit and three bear-like Pokémon to reference her father's Big Bunny form and the three Wooden Bear Cubs.

Antonio Madrigal

Antonio's specialty type would be disputed, seeing how his magical ability allows him to communicate with animals in a friendly and playful manner, the same could be the same with Pokémon he could easily be seen playing and being friendly with all types.

Mirabel Madrigal

Due to her talent in sewing its most likely that her Pokémon would be Leavanny and Swadloon. Swadloon being known as the Sewing Pokémon and Leavanny weaving clothing from leaves. Both Pokémon could assist her helping in sewing and crafting clothes for her family. There have also been fans who have partnered Mirabel with one of the butterfly-like Pokémon, from how her dress, house and her family's magic candle are decorated with images of butterflies. Making butterflies Mirabel's iconic animal, just as rats have been seen as Bruno's.

Pepa Madrigal

Pepa's magical ability to control the weather, her Pokémon partner can easily be Castform with it being known as the Weather Pokémon.

Dolores Madrigal

Dolores's hearing ability can easily have her Pokémon partner be an Audino, with it being known as the Hearing Pokémon.

Bruno Madrigal

Bruno's gift of seeing into the future, his Pokémon partner can be a Xatu, since it's known for seeing into the future and past. While due to his rat friends and the way rats are seen as his iconic animal, his team could also include a rat-like Pokémon such as Rattata and Raticate.

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Ivan Bruel

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