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Artroe was the brother of TMV and a warrior who accompanied him on his adventures.


Artroe had dark hair, was very muscular, and wore shining blue armour. He could teleport and had a magical book which brought anything drawn in it to life.


Little is known about Artroe's life save for the fact that he survived the destruction of TMV's family and accompanied him and Velt on their adventures. On one occasion, Artroe was present at Zev Raregroove's location when Caiaphus teleported Klak and Muta next to them. Artroe and Velt almost fought Klak, but Klak escaped to Zev's side before they could.[1]

Artroe's controller, User TMV, left BZPB in a rage, so Artroe was forgotten about for a long time. Because of this, Artroe, TMV, and Velt all ended up in the Void, which is where the Users used to send forgotten characters. In the Void, the three warriors met a Deoxys and a number of other Pokémon, who had been sent there by Blackout. Hilarity was said to ensue.[2]

In 150,082 CMT, Vellt told Figlio di Armechio that he was searching for his friend, Artroe.[3]


  1. Klak (OU) (revision on 23:01, Nov 11, 2009): "Caiaphus transported both [Klak] and Muta to Zev's location. Klak almost fought with Artroe and Velt, but quickly escaped to Zev".
  2. TMV (OU) (revision on 11:00, Mar 02, 2012): "[TMV] often roamed the multiverse with two companions, his brother Artroe and a warrior called Velt. They all disappeared some time ago, and found themselves in the Void, the place where forgotten characters go. In said Void, they met Deoxys and a number of other Pokemon, who had been sent there by Blackout. Hilarity was said to ensue."
  3. BZPB #8659 (Apr 29, 2012)