From We Are All Pokémon Trainers
Crewe's Mindscape takes the shape of Mahogany Town, and is centered mainly on the Gym building. It has been visited several times by people besides Crewe.
- Battler looks like a younger Crewe, around eleven or twelve years old. She wears a bright green shirt and blue jeans, and has an empty Pokeball belt. She represents Crewe's friendliness, loyalty, youth, optimism, and happiness, but also her obsession with winning, especially when it comes to battling, her disregard for her Pokemon, and her immaturity. She spends her time either arguing with Trainer and vying for control of Crewe's mind, or watching memories of Crewe training and battling Pokemon in her house.
- Trainer also looks like a younger Crewe, but is closer to fourteen or fifteen years old. She wears a dark blue shirt and jeans, and also has an empty Pokeball belt. She represents Crewe's irritability, cynicism, standoffishness, and aggression, but also her love of Pokemon as friends and partners, which manifests itself in a hatred and contempt for Pokemon battles. She is found either arguing with Battler for control of Crewe's mind, or watching memories of Crewe spending time with her Pokemon outside of battle in her house.
- Minerva does not look like Crewe; rather, she resembles Crewe's mother, and wears a gray T-shirt, jeans, and has no Pokeball belt. Minerva originally symbolized Crewe's mother's influence on her psyche and their relationship. She was entirely opposed to Pokemon, whether Battling or Training, and acted very condescending towards both Crewe's other Aspects and outside visitors.