|Trainer Class||Pokémon Professor|
|Current Residence||Phlox Town|
|Story Debut||Great Expectations|
Professor Presea Huon (蓮•プリス 博士; Hasu Purisu-hakase) was a pokémon professor who resided in Hora and was the second pokémon professor revealed to reside in the region. Huon was a student and colleague of
Early years Edit
Huon grew up in
With that inspiration, Huon traveled to
Despite becoming an independent professor, Huon kept in frequent contact with Elm to discuss research findings. Huon also greatly respected Professor Oak's opinion as her first employer, consulting him in the case of difficult subjects not necessarily related to her research. Because she worked with Professor Changi for a time, albeit out of circumstances rather than necessity, Huon and Changi have an amicable relationship.
In Hora Edit
While in Hora, Huon expanded on Elm's research by going into greater depth on the study of the different
Huon monitored all of the projects at the research institute, but never took part in any of the field studies that she organized. Instead, the expedition team leaders reported their findings to her scientists, compiling environmental data to compare with pokémon data.
Huon was approached by Professor Changi about her expertise in egg groups and breeding, giving her a Darkrai to utilize for research purposes. She was surprised but ecstatic about the find, wanting to hold onto the Darkrai for several weeks to perform tests. Changi told her that she could hold onto the Darkrai until the Caspia Conference, when its owner wanted it back in order to use it in the tournament.
Jason Reid and his companions visit the research institute at a time that Huon spent several all-nighters and under an allergic reaction, resulting in her more irritable personality. After a long roundabout discussion of egg groups resulted in Jason's relation of his dream involving
However, their conversation was interrupted by an attack by Team Rocket. Huon quickly moved to counter the
Although her research was disrupted by the attack, Huon and Jason parted on good terms.
Personality and traits Edit
The professor has a dominant personality, often taking leadership roles in projects to order others around. Even for more trivial matters, Huon usually laid down what she wanted to happen, leaving little room for others to make any sort of objection. Even so, Huon was usually polite to guests, even at the temporary cost of comfort for her colleagues at the research institute. Despite her personality, Huon did not trample over the respect of others, allowing colleagues to at least respect her for her work ethic.
Huon was prone to perennial hay fever, making her feel light headed and dry-eyed. She frequently got high fever while under the influence of her allergic symptoms, causing her Spheal to help relieve her symptoms by
Partially due to her allergies, Huon is not a very adventurous type of person. She has no intentions of going on pokémon journeys and seeing the world, traveling only when there are no other viable options for her. Professor Huon rarely leaves the Pokémon Research Institute for anything, since her colleagues usually kept the center well supplied with food. This caused outsiders to see Huon as a reclusive figure, though she actually likes to be in the company of others.
Huon is rather poor at keeping track of time, especially when at work. She usually has a tired expression from working late at night and sleeps longer than most people. Her colleagues jokingly compared her to an Abra, due to her poor sleeping habits.
Huon initially compared her research with that of
She specifically studied the
Huon's studies in the biology and genetics of pokémon contributed to the vast improvements of pokémon health care in Hora. Her work made her well known to
Behind the scenes Edit
Following the canon naming conventions of pokémon professors, huon (IPA: / ˈhyuɒnˈ /) is a Tasmanian coniferous tree with the scientific name Lagarostrobos franklinii. Kiyama Harumi from A Certain Scientific Railgun represents the character Professor Huon.
Professor Huon was the featured article of February 2011, as the first featured article on Pika-Fanon.