Pokémon Characters Everyone Hates

Gengar is one of Pokemonare the most popular monsters and can be a powerful addition to any team. Unfortunately, it’s quite difficult to get Gengar as it’s an infamous business evolution in most Pokemon games, but sometimes friends or NPCs offer Haunters to trade. Mindy is a cruel and deceitful trainer who gives players false hope by gifting her Haunter a Medicham. After gifting Mindy a Medicham, players receive a Haunter that does not evolve. When asked about the event, Mindy laughs in the player’s face and brags that she made her Haunter hold an Everstone, which prevents her from evolving. Unfortunately, there are no other trainers in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl to get a Haunter, putting Gengar out of reach for many players. Luckily, swapping Mindy isn’t required to complete the game, meaning players can force this deceptive trainer to wait forever for the kind of fight she wants.

Dorian is the pickiest trainer in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokemon Legends: ArceusBuizel’s quest is a particularly stressful adventure for many players. A Security Corps member named Dorian stands guard with his Buizel at one of the gates to Jubilife Village. He asks Akari or Rei to fetch him a 2’7″ tall Buizel, which is a much harder task than it looks. The best chance for players to get a Buizel of this size is to catch an Alpha Pokémon in the Obsidian Fields, which makes the quest even worse. Dorian’s lively dialogue and increasingly unreasonable quest ensure players will dread walking past this NPC. Dorian is the only inhabitant of Jubilife Village with a particularity for the Pokémon he acquires, which makes his specs far more frustrating than any other NPC. To make matters worse, players looking to complete every quest in Pokemon Legends: Arceus must reward Dorian’s picky behavior with several (potentially) powerful monsters. Dorian is unlikely to adjust his behavior after he gets what he wants, which means future citizens of Jubilife could suffer from the same Buizel fatigue.

Whitney is an immature leader in Pokémon Gold & Silver

Whitney is a Johto Pokémon Gym Leader with a frustrating heritage. As a normal-type trainer, some players may underestimate her and her unimpressive team to fall victim to Miltank. Whitney’s anger and frustration at being underestimated is channeled into her Miltank’s moveset, which includes Milk Drink and Rollout. Additionally, the Pink Cow is extremely fleshy and can survive super efficient moves with little effort.

The worst aspect of Whitney’s Miltank is its deploy move, which increases in power with each use and can obliterate entire teams in minutes. This forces players to level up and defeat Whitney’s Miltank in one or two hits, but Pokémon gym leader Johto’s unlovable character doesn’t end there. After being defeated, Whitney throws a tantrum and refuses to give the players their badges, prompting a gym trainer to try and calm down their leader. His childish behavior is all the more insulting considering that the players have helped Whitney win a radio card at Goldenrod before.

Lance is a Faithless Champion in Pokémon Red and Blue

Kanto’s Pokemon Champion may be a surprising addition as the most hated character, as his personality, style, and dialogue make him a pretty enjoyable companion. Unfortunately, when players finally face him in battle, they are faced with one of the most frustrating realizations: Lance has hacked Pokémon and would be deemed a cheater if tried by officials. While his Pokémon battle isn’t particularly difficult, many players have probably been surprised by his Dragonites, both of whom are familiar with Barrier. Although Barrier is not a damaging move, it greatly increases the monster’s defenses and makes Lance’s Dragonites even more dangerous. The Kanto Champion’s devious strategy ensures that even the most knowledgeable players couldn’t be prepared for his Ace Pokémon. There are plenty of other illegal Pokemon in the franchise, but most pale in comparison to the early champions. Fortunately, he accepts his defeat with grace and tact, guiding the player character into the Hall of Fame – which at least gives him some redemption.

Diantha is a disappointing and undedicated Pokémon X and Y champion

Diantha is the worst Pokemon champion in any game simply for her lack of attention and care for the role. Despite the looming threat of Team Flare and the increasing destruction in his region. While champions like Lance, Cynthia, or Steven take an active role in protecting their region and its people, Diantha admits her champion gig is more of a relief gig. Additionally, her ignorance regarding the danger of Team Flare proves that her strength as a trainer does not translate into an ability to keep others safe. The most insulting part of Diantha’s character is that she doesn’t even recognize players at first, which shows how out of touch she is with some of the area’s deadliest threats. While most champions thank players for their heroic feats, Diantha says the following:

“Welcome back, dear Trainer. As you must know, I’m the Champion, Diantha. Oh, but you’re… You’re the kid I talked to in Lumiose City and Coumarine City, right? ?! So that means you’re also the one that dear Augustine said… Of course! How could I-?! Oh, I must look like a fool not to recognize you sooner! You and your Pokemon are the ones that stopped Team Flare for all of us!

Although there are undoubtedly many more secondary characters in Pokemon that evoke fury and frustration in the wider community, future titles could likely contribute to the tally. Frustrating rivals, poor trades, and immature personalities make many characters difficult to interact with. Pokemon is a series that needs a good heel, however, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are likely to feature more of the same if they continue the series trend.


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Gengar is one of Pokémon‘s most popular monsters and can be a powerful addition to any team. Unfortunately, it’s pretty challenging to obtain Gengar as it’s an infamous trade evolution in most Pokémon games, but friends or NPCs sometimes offer Haunters to trade. Mindy is a cruel, deceptive Trainer who offers players false hope by offering her Haunter up for a Medicham. After gifting Mindy a Medicham, players receive a Haunter that doesn’t evolve. When asked about the occurrence, Mindy laughs in the player’s face and boasts that she made her Haunter hold an Everstone, which prevents it from evolving. Unfortunately, there are no other Trainers in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl to obtain a Haunter from, placing Gengar beyond many players’ grasp. Thankfully, Mindy’s trade isn’t required to complete the game, meaning players can force this deceptive Trainer to wait eternally for her desired Fighting-type.
Dorian Is The Pickiest Trainer In Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokémon Legends: Arceus‘ Buizel quest is a particularly stressful adventure for many players. A Security Corps member named Dorian stands watch with his Buizel at one of Jubilife Village’s gates. He requests either Akari or Rei to fetch him a Buizel that’s 2’7″ tall, which is a far more difficult task than it may appear. Players’ best chances at obtaining a Buizel of this size is catching an Alpha Pokémon in the Obsidian Fieldlands, which further sours the quest. Dorian’s lively dialogue and increasingly unreasonable quest ensure players will dread passing by this NPC. Dorian is Jubilife Village’s only inhabitant with a particularity for Pokémon he acquires, making his specifications far more frustrating than any other NPC. To make matters worse, players seeking to complete every quest in Pokémon Legends: Arceus must reward Dorian’s picky behavior with several (potentially) powerful monsters. It’s unlikely for Dorian to adjust his behavior after getting what he wants, meaning future Jubilife citizens may suffer the same Buizel fatigue.
Whitney Is An Immature Leader In Pokémon Gold & Silver

Whitney is a Johto Pokémon Gym Leader with a frustrating legacy. As a Normal-type Trainer, some players may underestimate her and her unimpressive team, only to fall victim to Miltank. Whitney’s wrath and frustration from being underestimated is funneled into her Miltank’s moveset, which features Milk Drink and Rollout. Additionally, the pink cow is extremely tanky and can survive super effective moves with little effort.
The worst part about Whitney’s Miltank is its Rollout move, which increases in power after each use and can wipe entire teams in minutes. This forces players to grind levels and defeat Whitney’s Miltank in one or two hits, but the Johto Pokémon Gym Leader’s unlikability doesn’t end there. After being defeated, Whitney throws a temper tantrum and refuses to give players their Badge, prompting a Gym Trainer to try and calm their Leader down. Her childish behavior is even more insulting since players have already helped Whitney win a Radio Card at Goldenrod previously.
Lance Is A Cheating Champion In Pokémon Red & Blue

Kanto’s Pokémon Champion may be a surprising addition as a most hated character, as his personality, style, and dialogue make him a pleasant enough companion. Unfortunately, when players finally face him in battle, they are faced with one of the most frustrating realizations: Lance has hacked Pokémon and would qualify as a cheater if judged by officials. While his Pokémon battle isn’t particularly difficult, many players were likely surprised by his Dragonites, which both know Barrier. Though Barrier isn’t a damaging move, it sharply increases the monster’s defenses and makes Lance’s Dragonites even more dangerous. The Kanto Champion’s underhanded strategy ensure not even the most well-informed players could be prepared for his Ace Pokémon. There are many other illegal Pokémon in the franchise, but most pale in comparison to the first Champion’s. Thankfully, he accepts his defeat with grace and tact, guiding the player character into the Hall of Fame – which gives him at least some redemption.
Diantha Is An Underwhelming, Undedicated Pokémon X & Y Champion

Diantha is the worst Pokémon champion in all the games simply for her lack of attention and care for the role. Despite the looming threat of Team Flare and the increasing destruction across her region. While Champions like Lance, Cynthia, or Steven have active roles in protecting their region and people, Diantha admits that her Champion gig is more of a backup gig. Additionally, her cluelessness regarding Team Flare’s danger proves that her strength as a Trainer doesn’t translate into an ability to keep others safe. The most insulting part of Diantha’s character is that she doesn’t even recognize players at first, showing how out of touch she is with some of the region’s deadliest threats. While most Champions thank players for their heroic deeds, Diantha says the following:

“Welcome at last, dear Trainer. As you must know, I am the Champion, Diantha. Oh, but you are… You’re the child I spoke to in Lumiose City and Coumarine City, aren’t you?! Then that means that you are also the one that dear Augustine said… Of course! How could I–?! Oh, I must look like such a fool not to recognize you sooner! You and your Pokémon are the ones who stopped Team Flare for us all!”

While there are undoubtedly many more supporting characters in Pokémon that evoke fury and frustration from the larger community, future titles could likely contribute to the count. Frustrating rivals, bad trades, and immature personalities make many characters a pain to interact with. Pokémon is a series that needs a good heel, however, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are likely to feature more of the same if they continue the series trend.

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