| Alice Brandon|
むぎじんだい Mugi Jindai
|"Princess of Hoenn"|
Alice with her Skitty
|Age||10 (as of debut)|
|Birth date||April 20th|
|Trainer class||Pokémon Trainer, Pokémon Coordinator|
Alice Brandon (むぎじんだい Mugi Jindai) is a young trainer of the Hoenn Region. Her goal is to win all Ribbons and Badges in Hoenn.
Alice is a short girl with long, spiky red hair, with two long strands that frame her face. She wears a blue headband in her hair. Her outfit consists of a blue, sleeveless blouse, with biker shorts underneath, as well as a belt where she holsters Poké Balls. Over this she wears a white, sleeveless jacket. She also wears long red socks and shoes.
Alice is described as very optimistic, having high hopes for her journey the moment it started. She enjoys both Contests and Gym Battles, and, as she could not decide whether to be a Trainer or a Coordinator before her journey began, she decided to try her hand at both.
She loves cute Pokémon, her first Pokémon being her Skitty, and she is tightly bonded to it. having had it since it was a baby Pokémon.
Pokémon Navigator (Japanese: ポケモンナビゲーター Pokémon Navigator), more often referred to as PokéNav (Japanese: ポケナビ PokéNavi) is an electronic device found in Hoenn. It was produced by the Devon Corporation under the orders of Mr. Stone, who wanted to find a way to keep track of a Pokémon's feelings. Alice was given the PokéNav by her mother when she started her journey. She uses it as one would a Town Map, but also makes use of the Match Call feature.
Pokédex (Japanese: ポケモン図鑑 illustrated Pokémon encyclopedia), is a device created by Professor Oak. Alice received hers from Professor Birch. Alice's Pokédex is not red, but black.
Poké Ball (Japanese: モンスターボール Monster Ball), an item carried by all trainers, is a type of item that is critical to a Trainer's quest, used for catching and storing Pokémon. Both a general term used to describe the various kinds as well as a specific term to refer to the most basic among these variations, Poké Balls are ubiquitous in the modern Pokémon world. Up to six Pokémon can be carried with a Trainer in Poké Balls, while any number of other Poké Balls can be held in the bag for later use. These six Pokémon in the Poké Balls can be attached to the user's belt for carrying them around.
On Hand Edit
- Due to the Wiki Owner's growing lack of interest in the wiki, I created Alice to give me something to do.