What Pokemon Party would Naruto Character have?

Pokemon and Naruto are two series many people have grown up with and have adored since they were kids. Talking to a few Naruto and Pokemon fans you can hear them say similar feats such as being completely captivated by the themes of friendship and determination used in both series. Whether it was Ash Ketchum’s journey to become a Pokemon Master (and being dedicated to Pikachu and his Pokemon Party) or Naruto’s quest to become the strongest ninja in his village, (while also trying to save Sasuke in a brotherhood type of adventure), they were hooked. It was the mix of having a dream but also rooting and caring for the people most important in your life.

In Pokemon, Ash and the (at first) sassy Pikachu traveled together, facing all sorts of challenges and making new friends along the way. The drama was intense but throughout it all they achieved amazing things. And in Naruto, the bonds between the characters were just as strong, most to protect their village and their loved ones. Sure politics get heavy in Naruto and the series takes a huge turn in Shippuden, but its overall focus remains the same. The series, though different age groups and a completely different appeal have very similar themes and morals. Most Shounen takes the focus on friendship, and these two give it a ton of leverage.

To honor both series let’s take a look at what Pokemon Parties the Naruto characters would have and why. Also be sure to check out Kat and Tat’s Reactions to Naruto on Patreon and stay tuned for Galaxy-Boy Delivery’s Pokemon gameplays on YouTube!

If the characters of Naruto were to have a Pokemon party, here’s how it would look:

Naruto would have a team full of energetic and powerful Pokemon, such as a Charizard, a Typhlosion, and a Greninja.

Sasuke would likely have a team of strategic and cunning Pokemon, such as an Alakazam, a Hydreigon, and a Weavile.

Kakashi would probably have a team of wise and experienced Pokemon, such as a Slowbro, a Milotic, and a Reuniclus.

Sakura would likely have a team of tough and determined Pokemon, such as a Machamp, a Hariyama, and a Breloom.

Also to throw in an extra outside of Team 7, Orochimaru, being the sly and manipulative character that he is, would probably have a team of sneaky and unpredictable Pokemon, such as a Gengar, a Drapion, and a Banette. (Didn’t want to be generic and add in just “snake” Pokemon)

Now that each character has 3 Pokemon to start with, it’s up to you to finish their parties. Tag us on social media @AllAgesofGeek on Twitter and let us know what you think!

But it’s not just the characters from Naruto that would make for awesome Pokemon trainers. In fact, just about any character from any anime series could have a blast teaming up with their very own Pokemon. Endless possibilities for Pokemon crossovers await you!

Playing all the Pokemon Games since Gen 1 there’s always an excitement of choosing the perfect team of your trusty pocket monsters to battle, train and adventure together. But let’s face it, building a successful Pokemon party isn’t just about selecting your favorite creatures and catching ones by appearance. If you’re serious about the game it takes careful planning and strategy to pair up the right Pokemon and create a well-rounded team for battle. Just look at the pros.

Didn’t know Pokemon Pros existed? Here’s a list:

Here are some popular Pokemon pro streamers:

  1. PokeaimMD
  2. trainerTrent
  3. TheJWittz
  4. ThatHurtzAlot
  5. CybertronProductions
  6. TheKingNappy
  7. T7
  8. FalseSwipeGaming
  9. MrGX

Most of the pros have awesome tips to share, but one good idea is to have a balance of offensive and defensive Pokemon on your team. You’ll want some heavy hitters to deal out the damage, but it’s also important to have a few tanks on your team to absorb hits and protect your more fragile Pokemon.

But it’s not just about having the right mix of types and roles – it’s also about choosing Pokemon that complement each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Or, a Pokemon with a useful support move can help shore up the weaknesses of a teammate.

Synergy with your playstyle can also play a big role in building a successful Pokemon party. Maybe you have a soft spot for psychic or electric types or prefer to use normal type Pokemon. Or maybe you have a certain strategy in mind that requires a specific group of Pokemon to pull off. Always check the pros’ examples for tips. With thousands of hours you’re bound to find something useful.

In the end, building a strong Pokemon party is all about finding the right balance of types, roles, and once in a while your personal preference. There are some math equations and science theories that go into Pokemon training and even breeding, but that takes time to master/learn. Just listen to the pros but try some combos yourself.

So why not give it a try? Now that you see how serious Pokemon Parties are, gather up your favorite anime characters and see which Pokemon they would pair up with. It’s a fun and creative way to explore the world of Pokemon, but also practice open world writing and taking inspiration between two series.

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