7 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE TRIAL CAPTAINS FROM ‘POKEMON SUN AND MOON’

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My brother’s finished his Yu-Gi-Oh marathon. Now he’s moved onto a Pokemon marathon…

  1. Mina’s name means ‘jasmine’

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  2. Lana is the only Trial Captain who doesn’t keep her Pokemon in Ultra Balls

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  3. Kiawe in the games has been fired from his part-time job. But in the manga Kiawe works part-time at Thrifty Megamart so that he can save up enough money to study fire dancing abroad

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  4. Ilima is 165cm tall

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  5. Mallow’s name comes from the word ‘mallow’ (shocking, I know). Mallow is a family of plants that includes cotton and this also explains why her Japanese name is Mao, which is from the Hawaiian word ‘ma’o,’ meaning ‘cotton’

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  6. Sophocles is the only Trial Captain in the game to not give the player a set of Poke Balls after they complete his trial

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  7. As it turns out, Acerola isn’t actually related to Nanu, whom she calls ‘uncle.’ It’s explained in the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon: The Official Strategy Guide that Acerola calls Nanu this as a term of endearment and to show how close she is to Nanu

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16 comments on “7 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE TRIAL CAPTAINS FROM ‘POKEMON SUN AND MOON’”

    1. For some reason the Pokemon creators just really wanted us to know how tall every character is??? It’s like those times when for some reason, it’s been decided that a character’s blood type is going to be on their official profile hahah
      And thank-you! ❤

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      1. LMAO!!! Too true… because I really need to know what blood type these fictional characters are in case they come alive to feast on mine?? Wait Ash, don’t eat me! OUR BLOOD TYPES AREN’T COMPATIBLE!!!! Yes. I know. I’m weird…

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