Ash with Palkia and Dialga and the Sinnoh starter

- Pokémon is a media franchise published and owned by the video game company Nintendo and created by Satoshi Taijiri in 1996. Originally released as a pair of interlinkable Gameboy roleplaying video games developed by Game Freak, Pokémon has since become the second most successful and lucrative video game-based media franchise in the world, behind only Nintendo's own Mario series. Pokémon properties have since been merchandised into anime, manga, trading cards, toys, books, and other media.



- The adventure began with a boy named Ash Ketchum turning ten years old and wanting to own his own Pokémon. However, Ash was late to Professor Oak's lab, missing the chance to nab one of the three usual starter Pokémon because they were already taken. Instead, Professor Oak gave him a Pikachu. At first, Pikachu didn't like Ash and refused to listen to him. After Pikachu was badly injured by a flock of Spearow, Ash rushed it to the Pokémon Center. Their relationship has gotten much better since then, the two even becoming like brothers (weird interspecies brothers but brothers nonetheless). After Pikachu was healed and cooperative, the duo set out on an adventure to be the very best like no one ever was while meeting new friends along the way.

Standing and Main PowersEdit

- In terms of power, Pokémon has plenty of hax. Arceus is a nigh omnipotent that created the Pokémon multiverse and is pretty high in destructive capability. Dialga can control time, Palkia can control space, and both of them are capable of universe-busting. Celebi can travel through time, Jirachi can reality warp, and even a small Happiny is capable of lifting a cityblock-sized frozen lake.

Pokémon Adventures (Manga)Edit


- This manga follows the adventures of the Pokédex holders as they seek out their dreams, whether it's to become the Pokémon League champion, win all the Pokémon Contests, learn the secrets of their past, or to simply have the best comedy act around. Each arc introduces new protagonists that bear the same name as their video game counterpart (i.e. Red, Gold, etc.), and their relationships to one another tend to reflect this as well (Red and Blue being rivals both in the video games and Adventures).

Standing and Main PowersEdit

- There are notable differences in power levels between certain Pokémon compared to their anime counterparts, and a Pokémon from one continuity should not be presumed to be the same as the other unless otherwise shown to be. However, there are still plenty of hax powers to go around with Pokémon capable of universe creating/destroying, time traveling, reality warping, etc.

Note: Arceus has yet to make an appearance in Pokémon Adventures but should be in the next arc. Until then, the Adventure's version of Arceus still has unknown stats, though it's presumed to still be nigh omnipotent (barring CIS and PIS).

Character ProfilesEdit