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Jason Reid
Jasonupdate
Age 15 (as of debut)
Birthday February 27th
Gender Male
Eye color Brown
Hair color Black
Trainer Status
Trainer Class Pokémon Trainer
Pokémon Coordinator
League Badges Hora League (2)
Ribbons Earned Hora (1)
Current League Hora League
Travel Partner(s) Misty
Ivory
Starter Pokémon Jason's Servine
Personal Status
Relatives Prudence Reid (Mother)
Nelson Jones (Grandfather)
Hometown Eden Town
Current Residence None
First Appearance
Story Debut Snivy, I choose you!

Jason Reid (唖畑 Ahatake), commonly referred to as Reid (唖歯 Aha) is a Pokémon trainer from the Hora Region. He started his Journey in Eden Town. He debuted in Snivy, I choose you!. Before Jason and Silus! Six on Six Pokémon Battle!, he was considered a doppleganger of Red. He travels with Misty and Ivory, fellow Pokémon Trainers. Jason is good at making Contest Appeals, and can use Contest tactics in normal battles to his advantage. Because of this, Professor Changi has said Jason's special skill is appealing and is called, "The Appealer".

Appearance Edit

Jason has dark black hair, and wears a red cap turned backwards. He wears a short sleeved open jacket with a black shirt. He also wears blue, loose pants, and red sneakers, and, like many traveling trainers, a Bag. After his rematch with Silus, his mother sent him a new outfit, consisting of a red and black hat, a closed red and black jacket, long black pants, and red and black sneakers, as well as gloves, also red and black. His new Bag is also red.

Personality Edit

Jason, ever since he was a young boy, has always been fascinated with Pokémon. Despite his mother's warnings as a child, he would often run out of the house to play with Pokémon on Route 1. Despite being very confident when battling with Pokémon, he easily loses his confidence when something happens to change the flow of battle, such as when Yianni brought in his Mew. Due to inexperience, Jason oftens makes mistakes stereotypical of a rookie trainer, such as throwing a Poké Ball at an intended target without even battling it, and sending out a bad type match-up against his opponent.

As a Trainer, Jason seems to favor cuter Pokémon over others, though he is more than willing to train any Pokémon that comes into his care. When raising Pokémon, he focuses on their speed moreso than attacking power, and his training often results in Pokémon that are speedy and maneuverable, yet able to perform high-powered attacks.

Jason has a fear of bird-based Flying-type Pokémon because, as a child, he was attacked by a Pideotto.

Similarly to Crystal, Jason catches Pokémon he has no intention of immediately using in battle, shown when he caught his Muk.

History Edit

Jason was born in Eden Town in the Hora Region. Even as in infant, he loved the company of Pokémon, spending time often around his mother's Skitty. Then, one day, when he was 5, he wandered out of the house and onto the forest on Route 1. He just wanted to find some Pokémon, but he accidentally disturbed the nest of a Pidgeotto. It began to attack him, but he was rescued by a Snivy, who defeated the Pidgeotto. But when Jason wanted to thank it, it ran away. Due to this, he gained a liking for Snivy, but also a fear for bird-like Flying-types. When he returned home, knew he'd become a Trainer when he became 10.

Synopsis Edit

In the Games Edit

Jason appears first in the game Pokémon Silver, and then in every game thereafter as male the protagonist (in LastionLover5000's game). He starts off as a Trainer in New Bark Town, where he recieves his first Pokémon, a Chikorita, from Professor Elm. From there, he begins his Journey as a Trainer, battling every gym in Johto, and his rival Scoey along the way, as well as defeating Team Rocket. He then manages to beat the Elite Four and Lance, becoming Champion, though his journey doesn't end there. He goes through Kanto, defeating their leaders, until he faces and defeats the Legendary Trainer Red. Even after this, his journey doesn't end, as he proceeds through the Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova, defeating their gyms and otherworldly challenges. He is now making preparations to go to a new Region.

Pokémon — Songs of Victory Edit

On the wiki, Jason makes his first debut under the name Jason, and he starts off in the Hora Region, differently from his game counterpart. Below is a list of his adventures in order:

Beginning Arc Edit

Johto Journeys Edit

Coming, January 2012!

Equipment Edit

Bag (Japanese: バッグ bag): Like nearly all traveling trainers, Jason carries a bag. His is colored red and blue, and is particularly large. He wears it like a backpack.

Pokégear (Japanese: ポケモンギア Pokémon Gear), later dubbed the Holo-Gear: An item commonly found in Johto, it is produced in Hora as well. Jason carries his blue Pokégear inside his sleeve. He uses it often to call people, especially his mother to keep her from worrying, and as a town map. After Alexa joined Jason's group, she dismantled his Pokégear, altering the innerworkings to adjust the cell phone function so that it worked like a Holo Gear; apparently she does these things in her off time.

POKDEX~1

Jason's current Pokédex model

Pokédex (Japanese: ポケモン図鑑 illustrated Pokémon encyclopedia): Jason also possesses a Pokédex, a device thatt gives information about all Pokémon in the world that are contained in its database. Jason's Pokédex, due to a request before becoming a trainer, is modeled after the original Johto Pokédex, though it contains data on all 694 Pokémon.

Poké Ball (Japanese: モンスターボール Monster Ball): Standard equipment for aspiring Pokémon Trainers, a Poké Ball is a capsule-like device used for capturing Pokémon. Up to six Pokémon can be carried in any Poké Ball at a time, and they can be clipped to a Trainer's belt for safekeeping. Jason stores extra Balls in his Bag.

Old Ball

The Old Poké Ball Jason possesses

Old Ball (Japanese:ちゅうこ ボール Old Ball): Upon arriving in Gardenia Town, the Nurse Joy tells Jason he has a package from his mother. When he opens it, he finds a strange device, and calls his mother up. She explains that it is a Poké Ball his grandfather owned, and inside it resides one of his grandfather's Pokémon. He hasn't opened it, because his mother said to use the Pokémon inside only if you need it. The Ball contain's his grandfather's Charizard.


Pokémon Edit

In Rotation Edit

537px-496Janovy
Snivy → Servine
Zoroarkim
Zorua → Zoroark
Silus's Shiny Aipom
Aipom
Charizardim
Charmander → Charmeleon → Charizard
Notchie-art
Pichu
Krabby
Krabby
Eevee
Vui
Mukim
Muk
Silver's Snorlax
Snorlax
PhanpyHGSS
Phanpy
012Butterfree
Butterfree
Seviper by Xous54
Seviper
396Starly
Starly

Traded Away Edit

Eevee
Eevee

In Training Edit

214Heracross
Heracross

Badges Obtained Edit

This is a listing of all of Jason's known badges;

Hora League Edit

Badge Image Badge Name Episode Earned
Stinger Badge
Stinger Badge First Pokémon Gym Battle! Victory over the Gardenia Twins?
Bolt Badge
Bolt Badge Super Shock Showdown!

Ribbons Edit

  • Rt. 5 Ribbon

SpritesEdit

NamesEdit

Language Name Origin
Japanese 唖畑 Ahatake


唖 means 'mute' and 畑 means 'farmland'.
English Jason Reid Taken from the Latin and Greek word Iason, meaning 'healer'. Could also come from Jason of Tarsus. Reid is of Old English origin, used to refer to someone with red hair, red being a color Jason wears often.


ArtworkEdit

Trivia Edit

  • Reid draws his first name from Jason Gideon and his surname from Spencer Reid, my two favorite characters from Criminal Minds. His Japanese name, Ahatake, is the standard name for all my male protagonists.
  • As of Road to Champion: Gardenia Gym!, Jason, Amelia, and Silus all have one of the Pikachu evolutionary line; Jason has Pichu, Silus has Pikachu, and Amelia has Raichu.
  • Jason's Pokédex uses a variety of Pokédex entries, occasionally from the games or anime, but typically, the entries will be entirely fresh, never-before-seen in any media.

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