Real Looker

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Pokemon captured Toxicroak Chansey Tauros Gastrodon Noctowl

Looker (Japanese: ハンサム Handsome) is the codename for a character introduced in Pokémon Platinum. He was an International Police officer on assignment investigating Team Galactic and its plans. He is seen again in Pokémon Black/White trying to track down the executive members of Team Plasma. He is one of the more mysterious characters in Pokémon. Not much is known of his past or how he became a detective.

Pokémon on Twitter

Detective Looker is known to have five Pokémon on Twitter. They are Toxicroak, Chansey, Tauros, Noctowl, and Gastrodon. His Croagunk evolved into Toxicroak while he was training in the forest. He caught his Tauros after hearing of a heard stampeding through Johto. He captured a feisty little Hoothoot while traveling from Goldenrod to Ecruteak. His Hoothoot evolved into Noctowl after simultaneously defeating three Pikachu in Viridian Forest. It is not known how he caught the other two.

Battle History

Looker has been in a few sanctioned battles. He competed in a Pokémon Stadium tournament and reached the 3rd round. He also battled Silver in a gym battle and was defeated in a close match. He was also a judge for WhoRUPicking and Pokémon Stadium on a regular basis.

Notable RPs

Looker revealed a little of his past while he was sailing to Unova. He revealed that the man Red encounters on the S.S. Anne who says he is a "Global Police agent", was in fact Looker on his first ever mission. He told us how he disguised himself as a Team Rocket member to infiltrate their ranks. All the while, he was looking out for the boy (Red) that he met on the S.S. Anne, and he secretly helped him in his quest. In fact, he was the rocket member that hinted at a switch being behind the poster in the game corner of Celadon City. He was also the Rocket member who dropped the card key in Silph Co. in Saffron City. This flash back allowed PokéTwitter to get a never before seen "look" at the mysterious past of Codename Looker.

(Note: None of this information is a confirmed history of Looker. It is simply a speculation of the writer that he made into an imaginative story.)