Nickname: Em (No one calls her Emily anymore.)
Personality: Her personality is quite literally random and unpredictable. Originally affected just with hyperactivity and inattentiveness, Emily's fusion with her P̵͠͠͝҉ò͟k̢͡҉̛é͏́͘͢͠ḿ͘̕͡ò̢͜͠͏n̛҉ has influenced her personality to the point that it changes very easily, and with no apparent triggers. She can go from childish to sophisticated and back in a f̎̽͊͘lͬ̏͟a͛s̸̽̈́̿͐͒hͮ̊̂ͥ̽, become filled with rage, or just start crying for no reason whatsoever, among other things. Before the fusion, however, Emily mostly didn't have a care in the world — she was playful, helpful and even fairly generous. She didn't even know about much of anything that wasn't found in whatever was left of Veilstone City until she had the impulse to go to Mount Coronet. Now, though, while still loving to play games over pretty much anything, Emily's fueled mainly by a drive to feel "home", as she calls it.
History: Her mother having died shortly after childbirth, Emily's father took her three-year-old brother and spent a month away from her, leaving her with a childless relative in Veilstone City. He took most of that period to mourn, and get over an urge to kill his daughter. When he returned, he managed to raise both of his kids with the help of the relative, Emily's maternal aunt. She grew up almost blissfully in Veilstone, where her family was (and still is, to some twisted degree) trying to rebuild a community of sorts without the dependence on Pokémon.
Around the time Emily turned ten, her brother Matthis had had a Pokémon spirit for a year already. She wanted to be a bigger help to him, since he was able to use his Venusaur powers for growing food, and eventually followed Mount Coronet's pull. The problem with this isn't that Emily managed to acquire a Pokémon — or, at least, what she thought was a Pokémon — but that Matthis, persuaded by his Venusaur, shunned her. The only reason she was told was that she "n̺̝̱̗̥̕͟͡e̢̮̘͢v̥̘̘̣̗͍̗͕ȩ͏̢̼͙̹̻̣̠r҉̟̖͍̩ ̮̪s͓̗͖̭̹̪͔͍ͅh̩̹͚͇͠o͍͙u̩͎͘͟ͅļ͈͙̲̩̻̜̙͘͢d̴̶͕̤͓̞͝ ͇̮͉͙̗̜̺̣h̼͉͘á̴̷͖͙̜͎v͙̟͝͠e̢̤̜̝̭̼̠͓̗͡ ͔̫͞͡b͍̝̩͓̖e͇̠̠̻̥̲͉e̡͚n̶҉̨͎̜̘̞͕". Her brother didn't fully understand it himself, but his gut told him something was wrong.
Her Pokémon spirit, as you may be wondering, is a M̸̔́̇ͮͭ͗ͮ̇͛ͬ̑̾͜͟҉̛̫̼̰̘̜̼̯͉̗̹̺̠̘͖͖͔ì̹͎̪͈̫̱̞̼̰̠̃ͬ̅̂ͦͣ̐ͥ̇̔ͣ̓̕͜͞ͅs̵͓̺̰̬̺̰̻̮̼̯̫̈́ͯ͋ͥ̋͢ŝ̶͉̭̞̘͇͚̮̲͊̑̊̏̋̏ͩ̄̉ͭ̄̂͛͋̅̔̂ͅḭ̵̛͕̥͇̬̆̋̃̌̆̍͂̄̓̓̀̚͟͞n̷̺̜̘͕͓̗̏̓͒ͫͦ̽͂̋̑̽ͬ̃͂͛͊͒͠ͅgͨ̈́ͯͧͣ̃̈́̽̀҉̨͓̬͉̤̰̩̮͟͜N̄̅̌̀͂͛̏ͮ̃̄̔̊̃͝͏҉̫̠̘͙̤̟͙͈͇̬͎̫͍̲͙͖̭̲ô̵̷̵͍̻̥̘ͬ͐ͧ̈́̐͌͋̓ͬ͗̏̓̓ͪ͒̌̅.̛̥͕͈͕͖̈́̄̂͋ͧ̈́̃̅͠
Moves: C̡̊̾͝oͣ̾ͫ̂̇ͮͭ͡ṗ̵̧̓̃y̍̃̄ͭͤ̓̊҉c̋ͣͭ̑̀͡a̷ͥͫ̉͋ͫ͟͡tͨ͐̾ͨ͒̀̒̉, Sky Attack, W̸̻̱̝̤͎̓ͣ͊͠ͅå̸̯͔̩̼̻̲̮͙̀͘ţ̸͚̘̹ͨ̃̊̚ḛ̙̮̩̤͉̜͉̙̏̑́ͦ́̂͋ͧ͊͜͞ŕ̻͓ͥͣͯ̚ ͬͧ̿͐ͤ҉͙͓͔͔͍̫̼Ḡ̵̨̣͊̒́u̠ͮ́n̷̮̻̩͛̊̄ͩ͘, Stealth Rock, Ice Beam, Á͏͇͚̦̞͉t̢̥̳̙͚t̷͖͖̘͙̞͢͡ŕ̴̲̞̙͔̭a̸̡̡̳͙c̩̺͈͞t̹̪̤̗̺̱͇̘́
Other: One thing is that her moves can come from pretty much anywhere, be it her mouth, hair, fingers or even the soles of her feet! She could punch someone with Hi Jump Kick and kick them with Solarbeam! Second, Copycat has a tendency to change what move it copies... whenever it feels like it. Teleport is one of Em's go-to choices when she willingly copies a move, but that infrequently malfunctions, and drops her pretty much anywhere. She's ended up in Unova and Kanto at least once each in the past three months. Attract is also glitched in its own ways, but it definitely works. Lastly, thanks to Ketsu, Emily no longer needs to eat to survive. If she does eat, it's for other reasons.