Origin: Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire
Date of Origin: November 21, 2002
Home Stage: Ever Grande City
Taunt Up: Juggles her Pokeballs then catches them in one hand and puts them back.
Taunt Side: Strikes a fighting pose saying "You can't hurt my Pokemon!"
Taunt Down: Kneels in a welcoming manner saying "Pleasure to see you."
Entrance: Walks to her starting point and says "I am Phoebe, member of the Hoenn Elite Four. Fight me if you dare!"
Kirby Hat: Kirby gets Phoebe's hair, her flower pins and a sarong like hers.
Throwing Ability: 2/10
Final Smash: 6/10
B: Night Shade (Damage 7%): Phoebe throws a Pokeball containing a Dusclops before her shouting "Let's go Dusclops!" then the Dusclops appears before her. It then shoots a dark beam a King Dedede wide from it's eye sending it forward like a Hadou Ken. If this dark beam hits, the opponent will be effected like Lucario's Standard Special attack and be knocked off balance. The attack does 7% of damage. Phoebe can't use this attack again until her Dusclops disappears meaning you can't spam the attack.
B Side: Confusion Striker (Damage 4-5%): Phoebe dashes herself forward 2 Ikes forward very quickly. As she is dashing, you can see a flash between where she first starts and where she stops. Phoebe moves like she is doing Fox's Side Special when doing this. If she manages to slip past her opponent very quickly doing this, the speed confuses her opponent making him/her wonder where she went not noticing her behind himself/herself. Phoebe then does first a elbow strike to the back leaivng 4% and then a swift kick to the opponent's skull doing 5% and knocking the opponent away.
B Up: Ghostly Uppercut (Damage 3-7%): Phoebe first does a rising knee kick with her right knee to kick her opponent in the stomach doing 3% of damage. She will then jump off the ground all the while doing a rising uppercut with her left fist going 3 Charizards upwards and doing 7% of damage. If she is close enough to her opponent before doing the uppercut, Phoebe will even send her opponent sky high before she drops to the ground. This leaves 10% if Phoebe succeeds.
B Down: Metal Claw (Damage 12%): Phoebe throws her pokeball containing a Metang shouting "Take 'em down Metang!" then Metang appears. The Metang first moves it's right arm back a bit then it will start to charge forward while glowing it's right arm now forward with white energy. If the Metang connects, it will knock your opponent away doing 12%. After the Metal Claw, Metang leaves. Like the Dusclops, you can't use Metal Claw again until Metang leaves.
Final Smash: Grand Finish (Damage 34%): Phoebe takes out multiple Pokeballs saying "Now to end the battle my way!" then throws them down in front of herself sending her Dusclops, her Metang, a Mismagius, a Haunter and a Froslass out. She then orders "Grand Finish now!" then Dusclops does Hyper Beam with Dark Energy, Metang does Sandstorm to hurt the eyes of the opponent, Mismagius does Rain Dance, Haunter does Sludge Bomb and Froslass does Powder Snow to freeze the opponent. This is more deadlier than the Triple Finish and can painfully knockback the opponent. When done, the Pokemon return and Phoebe says "That's how we ghost-type trainers handle problems."
Phoebe is a member of the Hoenn Elite Four. She likes to confuse enemies with her Pokemon. She prefers ghost type Pokemon. She trained with her grandmother on Mt. Pyre and she hopes she is doing well. Phoebe seems to communicate with her Pokemon. She fights after Sidney loses. After battle, she admires her opponent's courage before the player battles Galcia.
Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire (Gameboy Advance)
Pokemon Emerald (Gameboy Advance)