Pokémon Champion

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A Pokémon Champion is a trainer who has beaten a region's Gym Leaders, Elite Four, and the previous Champion. By being the Pokémon Champion, you can become the most famous face in trainer history. The known Champions are Blue, Lance, Steven, Wallace, Cynthia, Alder, and Iris. They all have the most powerful team of that particular region pre-Hall of Fame. Being a Champion may also be the starting point to becoming a Pokémon Master. Pokémon Champions have strong Pokémon and are stronger than most trainers and Gym Leaders. Once you defeat the Champion, you are recognized as the champion, although in the games the player declines the position and allows the previous Champion to reclaim their spot.

Champions

Region RB Y GSC RS E FRLG HGSS DP Pt BW B2W2 XY Type
Blue
Kanto Blue3(RB)Sprite.PNG Blue3(Y)Sprite.png Blue(FrLg)Sprite.png Mix
Lance
Johto Lance(GS)Sprite.png LanceHGSS.gif Dragon
Steven Stone/Wallace
Hoenn RS Steven.png Wallace(E)Sprite.png Steel
Water
Cynthia
Sinnoh DP Cynthia.png CynthiaPlatinum.gif Mix
Alder/Iris
Unova AlderBWsprite.png IrisB2W2sprite.gif Bug
Dragon
Diantha
Kalos Diantha.png Mix

Trivia

  • The majority of the Pokémon Champions have a mixture of Pokémon types for their respective teams.
  • Blue is the rival of the first generation games and Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.
  • Most Champions can be found visiting regions they are not native to.
  • Alder didn't achieve the rank as 'Champion', but was asked by the Unova Elite Four to take the position.
  • As of now, Blue and Lance are the only two Champions to have been Champion in two generations, however this is because the remakes of the game they were in, were in this generation.
  • Lance is the only champion in two regions.
  • Iris is the youngest Champion, at around 12 years old.