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This article contains entries from Jasper's Pokédex.

PersianEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
VS Looker! Persian Jasper's Pokédex Persian: the classy cat Pokémon. Although its fur has many admirers, it is tough to raise as a pet because of its fickle meanness.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

Stanford (as a Luxray)Edit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
The Truth is out! Luxray Jasper's Pokédex Thunder Fang, Crunch, Dark Pulse, Fire Fang, and Ice Fang, Giga Impact and Signal Beam.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

Though the Pokédex doesn't say anything aloud, Jasper calls off the attacks that Stan knows. It is included here anyway.

FragmoryEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Full battle! Stan VS Émile! Fragmory Jasper's Pokédex Fragmory: the iron heron Pokémon. Its crest acts as a lightning rod during stormy weather. Males have two fangs used to hold onto the female while mating. There are seven subspecies, each with its own characteristics. They are known to mate for life.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

SkuntelEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Let Live or Die Skuntel Jasper's Pokédex Skuntel, the stink badger Pokémon. The long fangs can slice through bone. It can briefly stand on its hind legs and dig through clay – its front claws are 22 inches long.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

DeinoEdit

Though it is not shown, he apparently used his Pokédex to see what Émile's new Pokémon was.

VolcaronaEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Return of a Hero (II) Volcarona Jasper's Pokédex Volcarona. No data available
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

HydreigonEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Return of a Hero (II) Hydreigon Jasper's Pokédex Hydreigon. No data available
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

BraviaryEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Missing Braviary Jasper's Pokédex Braviary, the Valiant Pokémon. The more scars they have, the more respect these brave soldiers of the sky get from their peers.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

Deino (again)Edit

Jasper checked it again to see what its ability was. It turned out to be Hustle.

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
First battle Deino Jasper's Pokédex Deino: the Irate Pokémon. It tends to bite everything, and it is not a picky eater. Approaching it carelessly is dangerous.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

StunfiskEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Tick (I) Stunfisk Jasper's Pokédex Stunfisk: the Trap Pokémon. It conceals itself in the mud of the seashore. Then it waits. When prey touches it, it delivers a jolt of energy.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Tick (I) Stunfisk Jasper's Pokédex Its attacks are: Discharge, Bounce, Muddy Water and Stone Edge. It is weak against ground, water, grass and ice types.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

Sapphira's attacksEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Tick (I) Excadrill Jasper's Pokédex Its attacks are Hone Claws, Dig, Toxic, Drill Run, Metal Claw, Earthquake, and X-Scissor.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

DruddigonEdit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
Tock (II) Druddigon Jasper's Pokédex Druddigon: the Cave Pokémon. It warms its body by absorbing sunlight with its wings. When its body temperature falls, it can no longer move.
This concludes the entries from the Stanford series.

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