Isadora is an eccentric girl with an oddly cheerful disposition for someone who specializes in spooks and spectres. In fact, ghost Pokémon have always been among her favorites to raise and train, but the relationships she shares with them are often less than perfect.
As it so happens, Isadora is extremely predisposed to being possessed, which she absolutely hates (she would rather her innermost thoughts and feelings remain private, thank you very much!!!), especially since her psychic abilities offer her little to no protection from otherworldly intrusions.
One good Dark Pulse from Claudia is usually enough to sort out any pesky phantoms, however...
- Shadow Ball
- Focus Blast
Being a ghost that has wandered the earth for many a century, it didn’t exactly figure into Faust’s plans to be caught and ordered around by a silly girl for the rest of her lifespan. He tries his hardest to antagonize Isadora, whether it be through gratuitous shenanigans, pranks, or possession (which he knows is a sore point with her), but despite his best efforts, Faust finds himself only growing fonder of his trainer.
Of course, he’d rather die (again) than admit it.
(Likes to Fight)
- Draco Meteor
- Dark Pulse
Claudia loves to hit, and she loves to hit hard. Fiercely competitive in all that she does, Claudia does not enjoy setbacks of any kind, which is why she is so particularly unkind towards her lesser heads. The one on the right could be described as clinically depressed while the left is hyperactive to the point of psychosis. To make matters worse, there is nothing the two enjoy more than making constant jabs at one another.
Their schizophrenic squabbling is actually so completely terrible that it has driven Claudia to bind their mouths shut outside of battle.
...It doesn’t work.
(Somewhat of a Clown)
- Baton Pass
Basil’s polished exterior may seem intimidating at first, but it is mostly a facade he puts on to establish some semblance of dignity. In truth and in fact, he is quite the lighthearted Umbreon.
While he may not approve of Faust’s more malicious endeavors, he does enjoy a good laugh, which is more than can be said for Claudia.