Pokémon: Sword and Shield Appearance: Personality:
Bede is extremely prideful about his ability as a skilled Pokémon Trainer. He always wanting to prove himself to be worthy. However, he also tends to keep to himself and acts very rude on occasion. He likes boasting about his strength, and can be a sore loser at times. It takes a lot to get him to warm up to people.
After taking over the position of Gym Leader from Opal, he seems to have mellowed out a bit. However, his sassy confidence remains intact. He likes cute Pokémon, and cute things in general. After his training from Opal, his goal is to reach the pinnacle of what Fairy types can do, and show everyone the power of pink!Background:
Bede once resided in an orphanage after his family ran into trouble. He was an arrogant kid as he enjoyed fighting the other orphans. Chairman Rose would adopt Bede and, admiring his arrogant attitude, gifted him a Hatenna to serve as his partner Pokémon. Rose would sponsor Bede in his bid to become the Galar League champion. Bede looked up to Rose, and wanted to do anything he could to make him proud.
During his journey, he makes a rivalry with a boy named Victor. Another trainer who was endorsed by Champion Leon. While he is competing in the Gym Challenge to become Champion, he has been gathering Wishing Stars in large quantities to help the Chairman realize his ambition. However, in his zealous pursuit of Wishing Stars, Bede brings harm to a historic landmark in Stow-on-Side, and he is disowned by Rose and disqualified from the Gym Challenge.
Opal notices the sulking Bede and is struck with inspiration, asking him to become her successor. Bede reluctantly agrees, believing he will become stronger in the process. After a very difficult training session with Opal, Bede eventually returns as a Gym Leader, interrupting the finals of the Champion Cup and demanding to battle Victor, staking his career on his victory. After losing, Bede, who had begun to regret accepting Opal's offer, reveals he was planning on using the result of the battle as an excuse to get away from his mentor. However, after hearing the crowd cheer him on despite his loss, he feels obligated to continue training, figuring he will be able to completely surpass Opal soon.
It was after Bede’s loss to Victor that Galeem attacked.Specialty:
Bede is a Pokémon Trainer. His Specialty is battling with Pokémon. He specializes in Fairy and Psychic types.Level:
0/10 (The amount of EXP required to level up will increase by 10 each level, but rewards get bigger, too)Powers:
- Pokémon Trainer: As long as Bede has a Pokémon out fighting on his behalf, all damage done to Bede will be dealt to his Pokémon instead. His Pokémon also only faint and return to their Pokeballs when their health is depleted instead of dying.
(Things your character's always good at, or always can do; essentially, passive abilities or bonuses. You start with three, but you can add more in place of powers when you level up)
- Pokémon Battling
- Caring for Animals
Bede is completely human, and has no powers of his own. His Pokémon fight for him. Additionally, his Pokémon have different weaknesses depending on which one he is using. Bede himself is weak to bulletsSpirits:
(See Spirits section for details. Start with none)Guest List:
Victor, Opal, HopInventory:
Pokeballs, 30,000 PokedollarsPokémon Team
Hatenna: Confusion, Round, Disarming Voice, Life Dew. Hatenna is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark type attacks.