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Lance

Lance is a recurring character of Master of the Colosseum, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is adapted from the fictional character of the Pokémon franchise.

Biography Edit

A native of Blackthorn City, Lance began his Pokémon journey with a Dratini given to him by his grandfather, the Blackthorn City Gym Leader (the Dratini was the child of Lance’s grandfather’s Dragonite). As he began his journey through the nearby region of Kanto, he was bequeathed a Pokédex and a Starter Pokémon, Charmander, from Professor Oak. Lance completed his journey through Kanto, collecting Gym Badges and eventually making it to the Indigo Plateau, where he participated in and won the Pokémon League.

After winning at the Indigo Plateau, Lance returned home to Blackthorn City where he studied and trained with his grandfather and his younger cousin, Clair, who was raising a powerful Seadra and Gyarados. After his grandfather’s death, Lance returned to the Indigo Plateau to challenge the Elite Four. Upon his victory over them, Lance was offered a place in their ranks, a place he accepted, and was also invited to join the Pokémon G-Men, an organization of detectives that travel the world, investigating and arresting anyone who improperly treats Pokémon.

As the Champion of the Kanto Elite Four, Lance participates in Pokémon Battles, stages exhibition matches, and travels the world with his Pokémon. One particular challenge he issues every once in a while is to young trainers with less than four badges; he offers them an opportunity to battle some of his younger Pokémon that aren’t powerful enough to battle challengers of the Elite Four, including Charmander, Totodile, Treecko, Bagon, and his Shiny Dratini. He also has access to a number of Mega Stones, including Beedrillite, Charizardite X, Gyaradosite, Kangaskhanite, and Steelixite, thus allowing his Beedrill, Charizard, Gyarados, Kangaskhan, and Steelix to become Mega Beedrill, Mega Charizard X, Mega Gyarados, Mega Kangaskhan, and Mega Steelix, respectively.

On one occasion, he and Clair were visiting Liza at the Charicific Valley when a wild Shiny Charizard arrived in order to prove how tough it was. It was immensely strong and strategically capable; it challenged and defeated many of the Valley’s Charizard, including Ash’s. Having had enough of Charizard’s bullying, Lance challenged it to battle against his Charizard. Working as a team, Lance and Charizard defeated and humbled the Shiny Charizard, who requested the privilege to remain at the Valley and train with the other Charizard.

Lance is a personal acquaintance of the newly-established Frontier Brain Ash Ketchum. A few months after the completion of the Battle Colosseum, Lance held an exhibition match there; one of the many challengers he fought was Ash himself. Despite being renowned as a Dragon-type Pokémon Master, Lance chose to battle Ash with his Kangaskhan, a Pokémon he’d captured in the Safari Zone during his original Pokémon journey. Ash similarly chose a normal-type Pokémon, Snorlax, but Kangaskhan was able to overcome Snorlax’s remarkable strength after Mega Evolving into Mega Kangaskhan. Also, Ash’s and Lance’s Charizards know each other from the Charicific Valley.

Lance is currently in an on-again, off-again relationship with Veronica Joy, a Nurse Joy who he defeated in the final round of the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance’s Pokémon Edit

Lance’s strongest Pokémon, hands down, is his Dragonite.  He has a large number of Dragon-type Pokémon; however, he also has many other types from his days as a Pokémon trainer. 

Almost all of Lance’s Pokémon know Hyper Beam, which is widely regarded as one of the most powerful attacks in the Pokémon world.

Lance’s Dratini → Dragonair → Dragonite♂ Edit

Lance’s Starter Pokémon, he received Dratini from his grandfather, the Blackthorn City Gym Leader.  Dratini was the child of his grandfather’s Dragonite, which led to its incredible power even as a Dratini.

During Lance’s Pokémon journey through the Kanto Region, Dratini evolved into Dragonair and then Dragonite.  With the help of Dragonite and his other Pokémon, Lance was able to win the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau and go on to challenge the Kanto Elite Four.  Eventually, thanks to Dragonite, Lance was named Champion of the Kanto Elite Four.

While in Mahogany Town for the Pokémon G-Men, Dragonite helped Lance calm and then capture the Red Gyarados.  While in Hoenn to stop Teams Magma and Aqua, Lance used Dragonite to take on a brainwashed Kyogre.

Over the years, Dragonite has learned many attacks, including Agility, Slam, Barrier, Blizzard, Fire Blast, Thunder, Twister, Thunder Wave, Safeguard, Outrage, Wing Attack, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Fly, Dragon Rush, ExtremeSpeed, Dragon Dance, Aerial Ace, DragonBreath, Steel Wing, Draco Meteor, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Dragonite knows Safeguard, Hurricane, Draco Meteor, and Hyper Beam.  Dragonite’s Ability is Inner Focus, which protects itself from flinching.

Lance’s Charmander → Charmeleon → Charizard♂ Edit

At the beginning of his Pokémon journey, Lance received a Pokédex and a Starter Pokémon from Professor Oak.  He didn’t hesitate to pick Charmander, and the Fire-type Pokémon became one of his strongest Pokémon and closest friends.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Charizard often divides its time between Lance’s residences in Blackthorn City and at the Indigo Plateau, and the Charicific Valley, where it trains with its fellow Charizard.  While at the Valley, Lance and Charizard defeated a very powerful Shiny Charizard that had come to the Valley to bully other Charizard.

Lance has a Charizardite X Mega Stone, thus allowing Charizard to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X.

Over the years, Charizard has learned many attacks, including Flamethrower, Slash, Fire Spin, Toxic, Fire Blast, Seismic Toss, Earthquake, Fly, Dig, Wing Attack, Air Slash, Fire Fang, Shadow Claw, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Charizard knows Flamethrower, Air Slash, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Charizard’s Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Red Gyarados♂ Edit

Captured at the Lake Rage north of Mahogany Town, Gyarados was experimented on by Team Rocket as a Magikarp and forced to evolve.  Since it was unable to fully evolve, Gyarados’s coloration stayed red instead of turning blue like a normal Gyarados.

Gyarados was rescued from Team Rocket by Lance, and then captured by the Kanto League Champion, where it’s become as much as an indisputable part of Lance’s team as his regular Gyarados.

Lance has a Gyaradosite Mega Stone, thus allowing the Red Gyarados to Mega Evolve into Mega Gyarados.

Over the years, Gyarados has learned many attacks, including Thrash, Bite, Dragon Rage, Leer, Twister, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Gyarados knows Dragon Dance, Thunder Wave, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Gyarados’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Weedle → Kakuna → Beedrill♂ Edit

One of Lance’s first Pokémon, he captured Weedle in the Viridian Forest at the beginning of his Pokémon journey.  Weedle quickly evolved into Kakuna and then into Beedrill before Lance’s first Gym battle against Flint, the Pewter City Gym Leader.  Unfortunately, the newly-evolved Beedrill proved no match for Flint’s Geodude.

Despite its early loss, Lance continued to raise Beedrill, using it in various battles during his Pokémon journey.  During the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau, Beedrill was able to win the first round of the League for him.  As the years went by, Beedrill became more and more powerful.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Beedrill infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance has a Beedrillite Mega Stone, thus allowing Beedrill to Mega Evolve into Mega Beedrill.

Over the years, Beedrill has learned many attacks.  Currently, Beedrill knows Toxic Spikes, Poison Jab, X-Scissor, and Hyper Beam.  Beedrill’s Ability is Swarm, which increases the power of Bug-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Ekans → Arbok♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Arbok infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Arbok has learned many attacks.  Currently, Arbok knows Gunk Shot, Crunch, Dragon Tail, and Hyper Beam.  Arbok’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Nidoran → Nidorino → Nidoking♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Nidoking infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance’s Growlithe → Arcanine♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Growlithe on Kanto Route 7 during his Pokémon journey.  He later used it during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

While passing through Stone Town, Lance received a Fire Stone, which he used to evolve Growlithe into Arcanine.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Arcanine infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Arcanine has learned many attacks.  Currently, Arcanine knows Fire Blast, ExtremeSpeed, Dragon Pulse, and Hyper Beam.  Arcanine’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Kangaskhan♀ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Kangaskhan in Fuchsia City’s Safari Zone during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Kangaskhan during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Kangaskhan infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.  Lance called on Kangaskhan to battle against Ash’s Snorlax during an exhibition match at the Battle Colosseum, where it Mega Evolved in order to prevail over Ash’s physically superior Snorlax.

Lance has a Kangaskhanite Mega Stone, thus allowing Kangaskhan to Mega Evolve into Mega Kangaskhan.

Over the years, Kangaskhan has learned many attacks.  Currently, Kangaskhan knows Outrage, Aerial Ace, Earthquake, and Hyper Beam.  Kangaskhan’s Ability is Scrappy, which enables moves to hit Ghost-type Pokémon.

Lance’s Magikarp → Gyarados♂ Edit

Lance’s first Gyarados, he’d captured a Magikarp near the beginning of his Pokémon journey in the waters of Cerulean City.  It took Lance months of training with Magikarp, but it eventually evolved into Gyarados, and became one of his best Pokémon.  He later used Gyarados at the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Gyarados resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Gyarados has learned many attacks, including Hydro Pump, Dragon Rage, Leer, Rain Dance, Surf, Flail, Bite, Twister, Dragon Dance, Earthquake, Thunder Wave, Waterfall, Dragon Pulse, Ice Fang, Body Slam, Thunderbolt, Sleep Talk, and Hyper Beam.  Currently, Gyarados knows Earthquake, Flamethrower, Hydro Pump, and Hyper Beam.  Gyarados’s Ability is Intimidate, which lowers its opponent’s attack stat when it emerges for battle.

Lance’s Lapras♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Lapras on Seafoam Island during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Lapras during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Lapras infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at Lance’s residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Lapras has learned many attacks.  Currently, Lapras knows Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Dragon Pulse, and Hyper Beam.  Lapras’s Ability is Water Absorb, which heals its health when hit with a Water-type attack.

Lance’s Aerodactyl♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Dratini → Dragonair♀ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Dratini in Fuchsia City’s Safari Zone during his Pokémon journey.  Although he chose not to use Dratini during his journey (because he already had a Dragonite), Lance nevertheless raised it with love and affection and eventually it evolved into a Dragonair.

When not traveling with Lance, Dragonair resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Dragonair has learned many attacks, including Agility, Slam, Dragon Rage, Thunderbolt, Thunder Wave, Wrap, Bubble Beam, Ice Beam, Safeguard, Outrage, and Hyper Beam. Currently, Dragonair knows Dragon Dance, Dragon Tail, Thunder Wave, and Hyper Beam. Dragonair’s Ability is Shed Skin, which heals various status conditions. Dragonair also carries an Eviolite, which raises its Defense and Special Defense by 50%.

Lance’s Totodile → Croconaw → Feraligatr♂ Edit

A special Pokémon given to him by Professor Elm, Lance received the Johto Water-type Starter Pokémon shortly after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.  Under his training, Totodile evolved into Croconaw and then Feraligatr and became a powerful member of his team.  When not traveling with Lance, Feraligatr resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Feraligatr has learned many attacks.  Currently, Feraligatr knows Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Dragon Claw, and Hyper Beam.  Feraligatr’s Ability is Torrent, which increases the power of Water-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Onix → Steelix♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Onix at the Rock Tunnel during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Onix during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance evolved Onix into Steelix sometime after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Since becoming the Champion of the Elite Four, Lance has used Steelix infrequently and it currently resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Lance has a Steelixite Mega Stone, thus allowing Steelix to Mega Evolve into Mega Steelix.

Over the years, Steelix has learned many attacks.  Currently, Steelix knows Iron Tail, Earthquake, DragonBreath, and Hyper Beam.  Steelix’s Ability is Sturdy, which prevents it from being knocked out with one attack.

Lance’s Horsea → Seadra → Kingdra♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon, he captured Horsea at the Vermilion Harbor during his Pokémon journey.  He later used Seadra during the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

Lance evolved Seadra into Kingdra sometime after winning the Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau.

When it isn’t needed, Lance’s Kingdra resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Kingdra has learned many attacks.  Currently, Kingdra knows Surf, Ice Beam, Dragon Dance, and Hyper Beam.  Kingdra’s Ability is Sniper, which powers up its critical hits.

Lance’s Larvitar → Pupitar → Tyranitar♂ Edit

Lance’s Treecko → Grovyle → Sceptile♂ Edit

A special Pokémon given to him by Professor Birch, Lance received the Hoenn Grass-type Starter Pokémon during his travels in the region.  Under his training, Treecko evolved into Grovyle and then Sceptile and became a powerful member of his team.  When not traveling with Lance, Sceptile resides with his other Pokémon at his residence in Blackthorn City.

Over the years, Sceptile has learned many attacks.  Currently, Sceptile knows Detect, Dual Chop, Leaf Storm, and Hyper Beam.  Sceptile’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Slakoth → Vigoroth → Slaking♂ Edit

Lance’s Seviper♂ Edit

Lance’s Trapinch → Vibrava → Flygon♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Hoenn region

Lance’s Swablu → Altaria♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Hoenn region

Lance’s Feebas → Milotic♂ Edit

Lance’s Aron → Lairon → Aggron♂ Edit

Lance’s Bagon → Shelgon → Salamence♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Hoenn region

Lance’s Beldum → Metang → Metagross Edit

Lance’s Rhyhorn → Rhydon → Rhyperior♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Electabuzz → Electivire♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Magmar → Magmortar♂ Edit

One of Lance’s longtime Pokémon

Lance’s Gible → Gabite → Garchomp♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Sinnoh region

Lance’s Axew → Fraxure → Haxorus♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Unova region

Lance’s Druddigon♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Unova region

Lance’s Deino → Zweilous → Hydreigon♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Unova region

Lance’s Larvesta → Volcarona♂ Edit

Lance’s Skrelp → Dragalge♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Kalos region

Lance’s Goomy → Sliggoo → Goodra♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Kalos region

Lance’s Noibat → Noivern♂ Edit

One of Lance’s powerful Dragon-type Pokémon from the Kalos region

Lance’s Shiny Dratini♂ Edit

A Shiny Dratini, Lance rescued this rare Pokémon from the clutches of criminals he apprehended in his duties as a Pokémon G-Man.  Dratini was very happy to join Lance and his Pokémon team; it particularly found common ground with Lance’s Red Gyarados, which had also been experimented on and later rescued by the Dragon-type Pokémon Champion.

Young and inexperienced, Lance doesn’t often use Dratini in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Dratini to a Pokémon battle.

Currently, Dratini knows ExtremeSpeed, Thunder Wave, Dragon Dance, and Draco Meteor, the last of which Dratini is still struggling to master.  Dratini’s Ability is Inner Focus, which protects itself from flinching.

Lance’s Charmander♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Charmander in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Charmander to a Pokémon battle.

Currently, Charmander knows Flame Charge, Dragon Rage, Scary Face, and Thunder Punch. Charmander’s Ability is Blaze, which increases the power of Fire-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Totodile♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Totodile in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Totodile to a Pokémon battle.

Currently, Totodile knows Aqua Jet, Ice Fang, Bite, and Scary Face. Totodile’s Ability is Torrent, which increases the power of Water-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Treecko♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Treecko in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Treecko to a Pokémon battle.

Currently, Treecko knows Detect, Slam, Energy Ball, and Giga Drain. Treecko’s Ability is Overgrow, which increases the power of Grass-type attacks when its weakened.

Lance’s Swablu♀ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Swablu in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Swablu to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Bagon♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Bagon in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Bagon to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Gible♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Gible in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Gible to a Pokémon battle.

Lance’s Axew♂ Edit

One of Lance’s weaker Pokémon, he doesn’t often use Axew in his battles as a Champion of the Elite Four.  However, every once in a while, he holds an exhibition match against young Pokémon trainers with less than four badges, and allows them to challenge Axew to a Pokémon battle.

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