A school for pokemon trainers
teens 12-18, though graduations is based on accumulated points rather than a specific time, so ages vary between years as well. Some choose to take their time training their pokemon instead of going to the next year.What would you say would be the median in terms of ages for trainers in the school?
(Does that question make any sense? It sounded better in my head.)
How could you not like this adorable face?Hopefully there won't be a Mime Jr joining him. The longest part of making the new CS was trying to come up with names for each family member.
I refuse to be clowned.How could you not like this adorable face?
It's good to finally meet the Luster family. You'll be prepared if we ever do a Parents' Day episode.
Moltres Dormitory—The Moltres Dorm is a for pokemon trainers who want to specialize in battling with their pokemon. Those put into this dormitory desire to be future gym leaders, league champions, elite 4 members, etc. Bonding with pokemon to a Moltres Student means training, sweat, and battles that communicate a shared desire for victory between the pokemon and trainer. While the building itself is the smallest of the three dorms, with Spartan-like furnishings since most of its members put all their points into training their pokemon rather than upgrading the building itself, this dorm also boasts the most extensive grounds and many battle arenas to satiate the desire of their students. Surrounding it are many pokemon dojos, gyms, and physical training centers to strengthen their pokemon. Students in this dormitory tend to be the ones that want to be the very best that ever was.Hol up, what does each house represent? Or is it a straightforward hierarchy like Silfer Ra Obelisk?