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This is the list of staff members who have worked on the Pokémon anime. The list does not include voice actors or episode directors.

Staff list

Created by原案

Satoshi Tajiri Jun'ichi Masuda (from AG on) Ken Sugimori (from AG on)

田尻 智 増田順一 杉森 建

Production supervisorスーパーバイザー

Tsunekazu Ishihara

石原恒和

Associate producerアソシエイトプロデューサー

Chōji Yoshikawa * Gakuji Nomoto

吉川兆二 野本岳志

Animation supervisorアニメーション監修

Yōichi Kotabe

小田部羊一

Planning企画

Keisuke Iwata (TV Tokyo) (until BF) Takashi Kawaguchi (Nintendo) (until AG) Mikihiko Fukazawa (TV Tokyo) (from BF until AG181) Hiroyuki Jinnai (Creatures) (from AG until DP004) Kenjirō Itō (Creatures) (from DP004 on) Masakazu Kubo (Shogakukan) Susumu Fukunaga (The Pokémon Company) Mitomu Asai (Shogakukan)

岩田圭介 (テレビ東京) 川口孝司 (任天堂) 深沢幹彦 (テレビ東京) 陣内弘之 (クリーチャーズ) 伊藤憲二郎 (クリーチャーズ) 久保雅一 (小学館) 福永晋 (株式会社ポケモン) 浅井認 (小学館)

Executive director総監督

Kunihiko Yuyama

湯山邦彦

Series constructionシリーズコンストラクション

Takeshi Shudō (until EP158)

首藤剛志

Series organizationシリーズ構成

Atsuhiro Tomioka (from DP on)

冨岡淳広

Character designキャラクターデザイン

Sayuri Ichiishi (until DP) Toshiya Yamada (from DP on) Toshihito Hirooka

一石小百合 山田俊也 広岡トシヒト

Guest character designゲストキャラクター

Toshiya Yamada (from EP093 to EP116)

Executive animation director総作画監督

Toshiya Yamada (from EP117 on)

Assistant executive animation director総作画監督補

Kazuhisa Kosuga (from EP210 to EP238)

小菅和久

Assistant executive animation director総作監補佐

Megumi Yamashita (from AG183 to DP036)

山下 恵

Art director美術監督

Katsuyoshi Kanemura

金村勝義

Color keys色彩設計

Noriyuki Yoshino

吉野記通

Director of photography撮影監督

Motoaki Ikegami (until AG) Mizutani Takaya (TV specials) Hisao Shirai (from AG on)

池上元秋 水谷貴哉 白井久男

Editor編集

Toshio Henmi Yutaka Itō (part of Kanto)

辺見俊夫 伊藤 裕

Music音楽

Shinji Miyazaki

宮崎慎二

Original score (partial)一部原曲・作曲

Jun'ichi Masuda (until AG) Gō Ichinose (from ??? on) Morikazu Aoki (from ??? on) Hitomi Satō (from DP046 on)

一之瀬 剛 青木森一 佐藤仁美

Sound director音響監督

Masafumi Mima

三間雅文

Animation producerアニメーションプロデューサー

Shūkichi Kanda

神田修吉

Animation productionアニメーション制作

OLM

Directed by監督

Masamitsu Hidaka (until AG159) Norihiko Sudō (from AG171 to BW142) Tetsuo Yajima (from XY001 on)

日高正光 須藤典彦 矢嶋哲生

Producersプロデューサー

Yumi Murase → Keisuke Iwata → Makiko Iwata (TV Tokyo) (until AG) Yanagisawa Takayuki (MEDIANET) (until AG) Susumu Matsuyama (TV Tokyo) (from AG) Mikihiko Fukazawa (MEDIANET) (until BF) Takashi Harada (MEDIANET) (from BF on) Takemoto Mori (Shogakukan Production) Ryō Sasaki (TV Tokyo) Sigehiro Tanaka Takurō Muratsubaki

村瀬由美 → 岩田圭介 → 岩田牧子 (テレビ東京) 柳沢隆行 (MEDIANET) 松山 進 (テレビ東京) 深澤幹彦 (MEDIANET) 原田 孝 (MEDIANET) 盛 武源 (小学館プロダクション) 佐々木 亮 (テレビ東京) 田中 茂裕 村椿拓郎

Executive production製作

TV Tokyo SoftX → MediaNet Shogakukan Production

テレビ東京 SoftX → MEDIANET 小学館プロダクション

Casting assistanceキャスティング協力

81 Produce

81プロデュース

Audio production音響制作

HALF H・P STUDIO

Assistant producerアシスタントプロデューサー

Tsuyoshi Fukuda

福田剛士

Production manager制作担当

Shōji Ōta (Team Ota) Noriaki Iguchi (Team Iguchi) Tsukasa Koitabashi (Team Koitabashi) Nobuyuki Wasaki (Team Wasaki)

太田昌二 井口憲明 小板橋 司 和崎伸之

Production desk制作デスク

Yasuharu Ōkōchi (from AG017 to AG110) Hajime Yamanoi (from AG110 to AG192) Satoru Nakamura (from DP on)

大河内康晴 山野井 創 中村 悟

Screenplay脚本

Takeshi Shudō Junki Takegami Yukiyoshi Ōhashi Hideki Sonoda Atsuhiro Tomioka Shinzō Fujita Shōji Yonemura Aya Matsui Masashi Sogo Akemi Omode

武上純希 大橋志吉 園田英樹 藤田伸三 米村正二 松井亜弥 十川誠志 面出明美

Backgrounds背景

Studio Jack

スタジオじゃっく

Staff of the Pokémon games and anime

Core seriesRed and Green • Blue (JP) • Red and Blue • Yellow • Gold and Silver • CrystalRuby and Sapphire • FireRed and LeafGreen • Emerald • Diamond and Pearl • PlatinumHeartGold and SoulSilver • Black and White • Black 2 and White 2 • X and YOmega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire • Sun and Moon • Ultra Sun and Ultra MoonLet's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Side gamesStadium (JP) • Stadium (English) • Stadium 2 • Colosseum • XDBox RS • Battle Revolution • Ranch • Dream Radar

Spin-off gamesHey You, Pikachu! • Channel • PokéPark Wii • PokéPark 2Trading Card Game • Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!Snap • Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire • Puzzle LeaguePuzzle Challenge • Dash • Trozei! • Battle TrozeiMD: Red and Blue Rescue Team • MD: Explorers of Time and DarknessMD: Explorers of Sky • MD (WiiWare) • MD: Gates to Infinity • Super MDRanger • Ranger: Shadows of Almia • Ranger: Guardian SignsRumble • Rumble Blast • Rumble U • Rumble World • Rumble Rush Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure • Pokédex 3D (Pro) • ConquestThe Thieves and the 1000 Pokémon • Detective Pikachu (Birth of a New Duo)Shuffle • Pokkén Tournament (DX) • Duel • Magikarp Jump • Quest

AnimeStaff of the Pokémon anime

Pokémon anime staff by episode

Original series

EP001-010 • EP011-020 • EP021-030 • EP031-040 • EP041-050 • EP051-060 • EP061-070 EP071-080 • EP081-090 • EP091-100 • EP101-110 • EP111-120 • EP121-130 • EP131-140 EP141-150 • EP151-160 • EP161-170 • EP171-180 • EP181-190 • EP191-200 • EP201-210 EP211-220 • EP221-230 • EP231-240 • EP241-250 • EP251-260 • EP261-270 • EP271-274

Advanced Generation series

AG001-010 • AG011-020 • AG021-030 • AG031-040 • AG041-050 • AG051-060 • AG061-070 AG071-080 • AG081-090 • AG091-100 • AG101-110 • AG111-120 • AG121-130 • AG131-140 AG141-150 • AG151-160 • AG161-170 • AG171-180 • AG181-192

Diamond & Pearl series

DP001-010 • DP011-020 • DP021-030 • DP031-040 • DP041-050 • DP051-060 • DP061-070 DP071-080 • DP081-090 • DP091-100 • DP101-110 • DP111-120 • DP121-130 • DP131-140 DP141-150 • DP151-160 • DP161-170 • DP171-180 • DP181-191

Best Wishes series

BW001-010 • BW011-020 • BW021-030 • BW031-040 • BW041-050 • BW051-060 • BW061-070 BW071-080 • BW081-090 • BW091-100 • BW101-110 • BW111-120 • BW121-130 • BW131-142

XY series

XY001-010 • XY011-020 • XY021-030 • XY031-040 • XY041-050 • XY051-060 • XY061-070 XY071-080 • XY081-090 • XY091-100 • XY101-110 • XY111-120 • XY121-130 • XY131-140

Sun & Moon series

SM001-010 • SM011-020 • SM021-030 • SM031-040 • SM041-050 SM051-060 • SM061-070 • SM071-080 • SM081-090 • SM091-100

Anime specials

SS001-SS010 • SS011-SS020 • SS021-SS030 • SS031-SS040 PK01-PK10 • PK11-PK20 • PK21-PK30 • PO01-PO04 • Other specials

This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Staff_of_the_Pokémon_anime

Empoleon222 is a dual type ???/pokémaniac-type Pokemon. It is the 999th pokemon in the national pokedex. It is the most immune pokemon.

Contents

1 Biology

1.1 Physiology

1.1.1 Gender differences 1.1.2 Special abilities

1.2 Behavior 1.3 Habitat 1.4 Diet

2 In the anime 3 In the manga 4 In the TCG

4.1 Game locations

Biology Physiology Empoleon222's name has empoleon, but it is actually an Arceus.

Gender differences None

Special abilities Empoleon222 is lazier than Slaking. All it does is sleep and eat.

Behavior If someone bothers empoleon222 it can Beat Up the person who is bothering it.

Habitat Wild Empoleon222 live in houses

Diet Main article: Pokémon food It eats anything.

In the anime empoleon222 hasn't appeared in the anime, manga, or TCG.

In the manga

In the TCG

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation I.

Generation I

Red

It went under a special evolution to become this mysterious pokemon.

Blue

Yellow

Stadium

Scientists have recently discovered this pokemon. Not much is known about it.

Generation II

Gold

Rumors say that this pokemon evolves back into ARCEUS every 1,000 years.

Silver

This pokemon is far more powerful than an ARCEUS.

Crystal

It is immune to every attack in existence.

Stadium 2

Generation III

Ruby

Sapphire

Emerald

FireRed

LeafGreen

Generation IV

Diamond

It is believed that this pokemon is actually a cloned ARCEUS.

Pearl

It can control all legendaries including the 2nd ARCEUS. It is almost impossible to see it in a lifetime.

Platinum

It barely gets angry. It can knock out a pokemon in one hit.

HeartGold

SoulSilver

Generation V

Black

White

Black 2

White 2

Generation VI

X

Unknown

Y

Gen

Game

I

Red (Ja)

Green

Back

This Pokémon did not appear during Generation I.

II

This Pokémon did not appear during Generation II.

III

This Pokémon did not appear during Generation III.

IV

V

For other sprites and images, please see empoleon222 images on Bulbagarden Archives.

Under normal battle conditions in Generation V, this Pokémon is:

Damagednormally by:

Normal

Fighting

Flying

Poison

Ground

Rock

Bug

Ghost

Steel

Fire

Water

Grass

Electric

Psychic

Ice

Dragon

Dark

None

Weak to:

Immune to:

Resistant to:

Game locations

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation IV.

Trade

Blue (Japan)

Colosseum

XD

Zero

Mystery Zone (requires nothing)


Pal Park

Pokéwalker

Dream World

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/User:Empoleon222

This Pikipek's Trainer's ID number is 291177. A Pokémon Trainer's ID number (Japanese: IDNo.) is a number that is assigned to a Trainer when they begin their Pokémon journey. It is used, in conjunction with the Trainer's name and gender, to identify whether the Pokémon is an outsider Pokémon by the games. Prior to Generation VII, Trainers have a five-digit number ranging from 0 to 65535. In Generation VII, Trainers have a six-digit number.

1 Special ID numbers 2 Secret ID 3 Generation VII 4 Pokémon Lottery Corner 5 In other languages

Special ID numbers Main article: List of notable ID numbers Sometimes, there are special ID numbers assigned to Pokémon if they come from a non-standard Pokémon game or are received as a prize. Also, for Pokémon not yet hatched from their Eggs, the ID ????? is used. It will turn into the ID number of the Trainer who hatches the Pokémon. It is also used for unpurified Shadow Pokémon. Once purified, the ID number will change to that of the Trainer who snagged it.

Secret ID From Generation III onward, there is a second, secret ID number, different from the visible one. This number exists purely to make sure that even if two Trainers share the exact same name and gender and the exact same Trainer ID number, the game will still recognize their Pokémon as coming from different Trainers. Usually, this number cannot be viewed; however, certain cheating devices can be used to view it, and there are also calculators to determine it. It also comes into play along with the normal ID number and the personality value in determining if a Pokémon is Shiny. If two different Trainers have the same Trainer name, identical ID numbers and identical hidden ID numbers (a 1 in 4,294,967,296 chance if the names do not differ), the game will recognize the two Trainers as the same, so the Pokémon are not considered to be outsider Pokémon. Secret IDs from Pokémon obtained prior to Generation VII are five digits long; those from Pokémon obtained in Generation VII are four digits long. Pokémon transferred to Generation VII from the Virtual Console releases of Generations I and II are given a Secret ID of 00000.

Generation VII From Generation VII onward, the ID number is a six-digit number. A five-digit Trainer ID and a five-digit Secret ID are still generated but are not displayed on the Trainer Card directly. Rather, they are used to calculate the final ID number by using the following formula: IDfinal = IDtrainer + IDsecret × 65536. The last six digits of the resulting number are what is displayed when the Trainer Card is viewed. For example, consider a new save file in which the player's assigned Trainer ID and Secret ID are 00033 and 34262, respectively. The final ID number will be 33 + 34262*65536 = 2245394465. However, only the last six digits are used so the Trainer Card will display an ID No. of 394465. If a Pokémon is transferred to Generation VII from a previous generation, its Trainer's ID number will remain 5 digits long.

Pokémon Lottery Corner Main article: Pokémon Lottery Corner Once per week in Generation II and once per day in Generations III, IV, VI, and VII, the player may take part in the Pokémon Lottery Corner. This involves the generation of a random 5 digit number, which is compared with the player's Pokémon's original Trainer's ID numbers. Depending on the game and melhores jogos online pc (ücretsiz online oyunlar monster mmorpg) the nature of the match-up of digits, the player can receive a prize. This feature was not included in the Generation V games, but returned in the X and Y games as the Loto-ID in Lumiose City.

In other languages

Language

Title

Chinese

Cantonese

ID No.

Mandarin

Danish

ID-nummer

French

Nº ID

German

ID-Nummer

Italian

ID

Korean

IDNo.

Spanish

N.º IDNúmero Identificador*

Swedish

This game mechanic article is part of Project Games, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon games.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Secret_ID

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