|Japanese Name:||ミツル Mitsuru|
Plot[edit | edit source]
Ruby and Sapphire Chapter[edit | edit source]
When Ruby escapes from his new home in Littleroot Town, in Petalburg City he meets Wally, who reveals to be a boy of complicated health. With the help of Ruby, Wally manages to capture his first Pokémon, which turns out to be a Kecleon, but for bad luck, an earthquake makes an appearance, taking Ruby with him, and leaving the Ralts of Ruby with Wally.
Some time later, during the chaos of Kyogre and Groudon, Wally reappears, saving an old man from being carried by the ocean current, but after that, he sees a backpack in the sea, it had a Pokédex and a Pokémon inside, so using the skills of his Cacturne, he manages to save the Pokémon.
At that time, Norman, the gym leader from Petalburg City makes his appearance, being very proud of Wally's performance, he takes him to Sky Pillar, to start the boy's training. Wally's goal during training is to reach the top floor of the Sky Pillar, which he accomplishes with the help of his Pokémon and the Pokémon he rescued, a Treecko that during the training evolves to Grovyle.
But this would not be Wally's last task, since Norman reveals that his latest work is to wake Rayquaza, the legendary Pokémon that would end the chaos of Groudon and Kyogre, this finally happens, but Wally ends up fainting, but not before see how Norman leaves the Sky Pillar next to Rayquaza.
However, Wally is not known until the end of the Ruby & Sapphire saga, where he returns the Pokédex to Professor Birch, but reveals that Grovyle was lost.
It should be noted that for a while, Wally became a Pokédex holder, temporarily.
Pokemon[edit | edit source]
|Kecleon||Kecleon was the first Pokémon Wally ever caught with the help of Ruby and his Ralts.|
|Roselia||Roselia was befriended on Route 117.|
|Cacturne||Cacturne evolved from Cacnea.|
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Personality[edit | edit source]
Wally is a sickly, shy, kind and educated boy, because of his respiratory illnesses he can not perform great feats and he calls himself weak. But this changes at the end of the Ruby & Sapphire series, where upon waking Rayquaza he demonstrates his true strength and power, proving that Norman's training had paid off.