Sketchit - Antagonists - Team Aqua

Team Aqua (アクア団, Akua-dan?, Aqua Gang) is one of the two villainous organizations found in Hoenn. They specialize in Water and Dark type Pokémon. Their goal is to raise the level of the all the world oceans with the power of Kyogre.

Archie (アオギリ, Aogiri?)
Voiced by: Masaki Aizawa (Japanese), Sean Schemmel (English)
He is the leader of Team Aqua. He becomes possessed by the power of the Red Orb, much like Maxie and the Blue Orb. His only concern from that point is to raise the sea, even if it meant drowning all of his Team Aqua members.

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