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The FPLN, or Fantendo Pokémon League Neo, is the collective name of a group of 18 different characters originally planned for a Pokémon-based project. Since then, the project has been cancelled, and whether or not 

League Members

Below are the 18 original Gym Leaders for the FPLN. These bases were modeled using Joy-ling's Pokémon Trainer Creator. Please note that these may not be the final designs utilized if they were to appear in any sort of project, and would likely be individually changed if meant to appear in a non-Pokémon related project. BurumunKadanMaiaZokuIwaReisaiSangyoSekaiOkinanamiTekiTokuChiruMondoFPLNFunkoShinwaHokoriYōchūShimi

Trainer Cards

BurumunBio

302Sableye
Sableye
 Type Dark Type Ghost 
332Cacturne
Cacturne
 Type Grass Type Dark 
571Zoroark
Zoroark
 Type Dark 
658Greninja
Greninja
 Type Water Type Dark 
675Pangoro
Pangoro
 Type Fighting Type Dark 
359Absol
Absol
 Type Dark 
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Ability: Stall Ability: Sand Veil Ability: Illusion Ability: Protean Ability: Iron Fist Ability: Super Luck
Item: Leftovers Item: Miracle Seed Item: Black Glasses Item: Expert Belt Item: Quick Claw Item: Absolite
Detect Destiny Bond Flamethrower Hydro Pump Poison Jab Night Slash
Shadow Claw Power-Up Punch Focus Blast Ice Beam Payback Swords Dance
Sucker Punch Needle Arm Night Daze Dark Pulse Parting Shot Psycho Cut
Moonlight Faint Attack Nasty Plot Extrasensory Hammer Arm Play Rough



KadanBio

465Tangrowth
Tangrowth
 Type Grass 
711Gourgeist
Gourgeist
 Type Ghost Type Grass 
286Breloom
Breloom
 Type Grass Type Fighting 
470Leafeon
Leafeon
 Type Grass 
407Roserade
Roserade
 Type Grass Type Poison 
254Sceptile
Sceptile
 Type Grass 
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Ability: Chlorophyll Ability: Frisk Ability: Poison Heal Ability: Leaf Guard Ability: Poison Point Ability: Overgrow
Item: Heat Rock Item: Leftovers Item: Toxic Orb Item: Miracle Seed Item: Expert Belt Item: Sceptilite
Sunny Day Will-o-Wisp Leech Seed Leaf Blade Toxic Spikes Energy Ball
Focus Blast Phantom Force Spore Sunny Day Venoshock Dual Chop
Knock Off Leech Seed Seed Bomb Synthesis Solar Beam Agility
Giga Drain Explosion Drain Punch Swords Dance Weather Ball Detect



MaiaBio

  • Jumpluff
  • Talonflame
  • Swanna
  • Drifblim
  • Skarmory
  • Pidgeot

ZokuBio

  • Raichu
  • Electrode
  • Galvantula
  • Magneton
  • Rotom
  • Ampharos

IwaBio

  • Carbink
  • Aurorus
  • Rhyperior
  • Kabutops
  • Sudowoodo
  • Aerodactyl

ReisaiBio

  • Mismagius
  • Cofagrigus
  • Chandelure
  • Golurk
  • Gengar
  • Banette

SangyoBio

  • Weezing
  • Crobat
  • Toxicroak
  • Drapion
  • Scolipede
  • Venusaur

SekaiBio

  • Marowak
  • Diggersby
  • Flygon
  • Torterra
  • Excadrill
  • Steelix

OkinanamiBio

  • Vaporeon
  • Starmie
  • Lanturn
  • Empoleon
  • Lapras
  • Slowbro

TekiBio

  • Machamp
  • Scrafty
  • Hawlucha
  • Mienshao
  • Infernape
  • Gallade

TokuBio

  • Alakazam
  • Reuniclus
  • Meowstic
  • Xatu
  • Delphox
  • Gardevoir

ChiruBio

  • Jynx
  • Dewgong
  • Avalugg
  • Beartic
  • Froslass
  • Glalie

MondoBio

  • Escavalier
  • Forretress
  • Bisharp
  • Bastiodon
  • Aegislash
  • Aggron

FunkoBio

  • Camerupt
  • Houndoom
  • Magmortar
  • Darmanitan
  • Arcanine
  • Blaziken

ShinwaBio

  • Dragonite
  • Haxorus
  • Hydreigon
  • Noivern
  • Kingdra
  • Garchomp

HokoriBio

  • Clefable
  • Granbull
  • Whimsicott
  • Togekiss
  • Florges
  • Mawile

YōchūBio

  • Ninjask
  • Shuckle
  • Leavanny
  • Heracross
  • Volcarona
  • Scizor

ShimiBio

424Ambipom
Ambipom
 Type Normal 
508Stoutland
Stoutland
 Type Normal 
289Slaking
Slaking
 Type Normal 
626Bouffalant
Bouffalant
 Type Normal 
428Lopunny
Lopunny
 Type Normal 
531Audino
Audino
 Type Normal 
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Ability: Pickup Ability: Intimidate Ability: Truant Ability: Sap Sipper Ability: Cute Charm Ability: Regenerator
Item: Metronome Item: Silk Scarf Item: Leftovers Item: Quick Claw Item: Expert Belt Item: Audinite
Power-Up Punch Ice Fang Giga Impact Head Charge Return Attract
Baton Pass Retaliate Yawn Megahorn Mirror Coat Dazzling Gleam
U-turn Work Up Counter Wild Charge High Jump Kick Double-Edge
Return Crunch Slack Off Revenge Bounce Rest



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The poll was created at 04:16 on August 18, 2015, and so far 4 people voted.

Trivia

  • The Fantendo Pokémon League Neo actually started off as a different project, where Fantendo users would be able to share Super Secret Bases, as well as have a group of trainers to battle. Due to the difficulty of making these Trainer's Secret Bases, the idea was disbanded and reformed. To this day, the Super Secret Bases idea's page is still up, and it is unknown whether it will ever be made public.
  • Due to the FPLN's more story-based approach, a host of new characters and a brand new area is introduced. The region's name is unknown, but the region itself is said to be "heavily inspired by older Pokémon games rather than newer ones, and is meant to take place closer to the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions".
  • Every new character introduced in the series thus far has a name that is based on words or phrases in Japanese, as a nod to the origins of Pokémon.
    • Kadan's name is an English translation of the word 花壇, which translates to "flower bed". The name further strengthens Kadan's type specialty as well as his connection with Shaymin.
    • Shimi's name is English for しみ. This is half of the word 苦しみ, which means "suffering". Given her backstory and the fact that her late Pokemon's nickname was Kuru (苦), this is especially fitting.
    • Reisai's name comes from Meisai, the English translation of the word 迷彩, meaning "camouflage". This makes sense considering her Gym description is "Phantom of Deceit and Disguise".
    • Funka's name comes from 噴火, which means "eruption" in English. Not only does it relate to his Fire-type specialty, but it describes his personality perfectly.
    • Yochu's name comes from Yōchū no, or 幼虫の, which means "larval". This can be applied to either her Bug-type usage or her young nature and how she is still maturing.
    • Sangyo's name is 産業, or "industry", referring to how industrial work and factories can cause pollution.
    • Burumun's name is the Japanese phrase for "blue moon", ブルームーン. While moons are commonly associated with darkness, the name might also refer to the fact that Burumun is the only instance of a Dark-type Gym Leader.
    • Maia's full name, when chunked together, spell out Maiagarimasu, or 舞い上がります. This means "soar", and fits their Flying-type preference.
    • Sekai's name translates to 世界, meaning "world". It appears to refer to the earth, or the ground.
    • Zoku's name is a part of setsuzoku, or 接続, which means "connection". It seems to refer to internet connections, as well as the fact that he is the manager of the Unity Tower.
    • Shinwa's name is 神話, which is "myth" - this is a reference to how dragons are typically seen as mythical creatures.
    • Mondo's name in Japanese is モンド. This is a part of the word ダイヤモンド, which means "diamond". The name is likely a reference to a diamond's hardness, and how it is similar to the Steel type that Mondo uses in that they both have high "defense".
    • Chiru's name, チル, means "chill" in japanese. It not only demonstrates her type of preference, but her emotions throughout most of the story.
    • Okinanami's name is 大きな波 in Japanese. This translates to "big wave", referring to her habitat as well as the Water type.
    • Teki's name is part of butsuri-teki, or 物理的. This means "physical". Combined with Toku's name meaning "special", it seems to refer to physical and special moves, and how Fighting types are primarily physical while their counterpart is the special Psychic.
    • Toku's name is part of tokushu, or 特殊. This means "special". Combined with Teki's name meaning "physical", it seems to refer to physical and special moves, and how Psychic types are primarily special while their counterpart is the physical Fighting.
    • Iwa's name in Japanese is 岩, which simply means "rock". It's really that basic.
    • Hokori's name means "dust" in Japanese, and is spelled out as ほこり. It could possibly refer to "pixie dust", which is a common sight in fairytales.
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