Pokémon Legends Arceus: All Sinnoh Ancestors present in the game!

Pokémon Legends: Arceus players know it, the game takes place in Hisui, an older version of Sinnoh. The game is therefore a real step back in time, which throws us into a time when humans still feared Pokémon and did not really know how to tame them. But if Hisui is Sinnoh’s ancestor, then it’s possible in Pokémon Sparkling Diamond and Sparkling Pearl to find the descendants of the characters from Pokémon Legends: Arceus? Yes of course ! Let us now discover the ancestors of the people of Sinnoh.

Warning, this article may contain some spoilers! You are therefore advised to finish your adventures in Sinnoh and Hisui before reading it.

Commander Kamado (Hisui) and Professor Rowan (Sinnoh)

This relationship was the first officially confirmed by Nintendo team even before the game was released. Physically, the resemblance is striking. We find in Commander Kamado and Professor Sorbier a characteristic mustache and eyebrows. But their character is even more similar. Both are authority figures in the games in which they appear, and are above all principles. Additionally, after the player completes their Pokédex in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Commander Kamado will express his desire to discover Pokémon as well. A curiosity that has been inherited through the generations.

Chef Selena (Hisui) and Hélio (Sinnoh)

These two share a very strong character and … blue hair! Although Hélio, the leader of Team Galaxie in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, is much more deceitful, he takes his ambition and firmness from his ancestor. Some players have even claimed that Hélio would have known how to control Dialga and Palkia thanks to Selena’s archives, recovered by the latter from the antagonist of Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Percupio.

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Percupio, Penséa (Hisui) and Cynthia (Sinnoh)

The connection between Cynthia and Percupio is undeniable. In addition to the fact that their looks are very similar, both love to travel, are passionate about the region’s myths and fight with the same Pokémon (Spiritomb and Garchomp). In addition, their soundtrack during the fights are twins. However, Percupio is the big villain in the last game of the license, while his offspring Cynthia is more than adorable.

As for Penséa, the connection with Cynthia has not been confirmed. But both are similar and share a pretty similar sense of fashion. With Percupio, they appear to form a mysterious trio which according to some would be consistent with the three Pokémon of the lakes: Créhelf, Créfadet and Créfollet. Together they would represent one of Sinnoh / Hisui’s greatest mysteries.

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Aurel, Lucia (Hisui) and Louka, Aurore (Sinnoh)

As with Penséa, this is a theory of community. Physically, the resemblance is striking, however do not see a problem? The main character in Pokémon Legends: Arceus comes from our world and lands via a time lapse in Hisui. According to some players, Aurel and Lucia would therefore be Louka and Aurore. The timeline remains quite confusing and does not solve the following problem: If only one of the two starting characters arrived at Hisui thanks to the bug, the other was actually born there. It is therefore impossible that the two main characters are the same as Sinnohs.

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Gino (Hisui) and Tanguy (Sinnoh)

The leader of the Ginkgo trading company and the champion of the Rivamar arena would truly be from the same family. First of all, their appearance and especially their standard position (sitting and curled up together) is more than the same. Add to that their detached and very “I do not care” personality only confirms this obvious fact.

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Marcia (Hisui) and Mars (Sinnoh)

Besides the fact that their name is very similar, everything else is too. Their hairstyles, their eyes and even their impulsive personality, but very loyal to their superior. Moreover, Marcia’s English name is “Arezu”, referring to Ares, a god who comes directly from Greek mythology. In the latter he is also nicknamed “Mars”. The connection is therefore all established and there is no longer any possible doubt Marcia is the ancestor of Mars.

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Risier (Hisui) and Flo (Sinnoh)

Risier is the pawn of Rusti-cité, as in Pokémon Legends: Arceus will ask players to find him Pokémon capable of plowing the fields. A passion for nature which was inherited by her descendant, Vestigion’s arena master (facility), Flo. The latter is even the director of the Galaxy Agriculture Corps in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Physically, both have a fairly similar hairstyle and style.

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Hermance (Hisui) and Saturn (Sinnoh)

Hermance is one of the three bandit sisters who will come to put a spoke in your wheels in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Not only is his descendant a “bad guy”, but he also fights with the same Pokémon as Hermance: Coatox. So, at the capillary level, the resemblance is striking, we are there on an ancestor.

It therefore appears each sister to the evil trio of Pokémon Legends: Arceus has descendants in the Diamond and Pearl games …

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Garance (Hisui) and Gladys (Sinnoh)

Although the two do not have the same role in the plot of the game in which they appear (one is a bandit, the other an honest arena master), their bond is still very much present. . Like Hermance and Saturn, these two have one main Pokémon in common: Blizzaroi. In addition, their rather enthusiastic personality removes any doubt about a possible relationship.

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Constance (Hisui) and Bertha (Sinnoh), Agatha (Kanto)

It therefore appears that the last of the three sisters has two ancestors, one of whom has crossed Sinnoh’s borders into Kanto. The physical similarity is indeed present, but there is much more than that. Constance’s maturity no doubt refers to the advanced age of Bertha and Agatha.

Pokémon level, Constance’s team consists of one Rhinoferos but also by one Ectoplasmprobably with reference to Pokémon from Bertha (Rhinastoc) and Agatha (Ectoplasma).

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Ryza (Hisui) and May (Sinnoh)

These two share much more than a very similar look. Their personality detached from humans, yet so close to Pokémon which they have strong ties to. In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Ryza takes care of a special Cerbylline found in Obsidian Plains. She grew up with her partner Goinfrex, whom she considers her brother.

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Hygia (Hisui) and Nurse Joelle, Mira (Sinnoh)

As for Hygia and the nurse Joelle, mythical character of Pokémon anime, the connection is more than obvious. Both are in the medical field and have pink hair, functions.

As for Mira, the look is what brings her closest to Hygia, the color of her hair and even her eyes are similar. The young coach is not yet in the professional world, impossible to know if she will become a nurse in the future, who knows ?

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Albums (Hisui) and Riley (Sinnoh)

Again, the relationship is more than obvious. First of all, share both a shared passion for Pokémon Lucario. Additionally, when players in Pokémon Legends: Arceus complete the quest for the Album “a lucario of steel”Riley’s hat will be available in the Rusti-Cité store.

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Sabi (Hisui) and Cheryl (Sinnoh)

The flagship color of these two characters brings them together much more than their personality. Both have pretty green pigtails, but that’s all. Sabi’s personality is very outgoing, while Cheryl is her opposite. It therefore seems that their only common point is their physique.

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Here are the known ancestors of the Hisui / Sinnoh region, the family ties that have not crossed the border into the famous region with its many myths. Like what the region through all these years has changed a lot, but its inhabitants, not so much!


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