J-Team TV Show
The J-Team TV Show is, as its name suggests, a show chronicling the adventures of the J-Team. It was produced without input from any of them, and has some inaccuracies.
As of the Orre arc, it is known to have strayed completely from the actual events of the J-Team's travels. A spin-off called The J-Team's True Orren Tale was made by a fan in an effort to rectify this. DS has been trying to make a fantasy reboot of the show.
- Assault! Storming The Sky Fortress!
- Clash! The Final Match of the Pokéringer!
- Splash! Attack of the 50 Foot Vaporeon!
- Battle! Storming the Castle!
- Shadows! Into the Twilight of Snowpoint City!
- Romance! The Battle After the Movie!
- Unnammed episode centering around Tori, Lyuri, and Duke.
- Katie is known as the "Red Ranger".
- Team Glacier is a major threat, and Pianis, as one of its admins, was a villain until he reformed at the end of the Hoenn arc.
- Mezzo actually is a witch.
- Shadow lost an ear in the Armortomb attack that broke Forte's arm in the Infinity Keystone Arc.
- The show does not appear to know about the existence of the Alternate Timeline, but has been to the PMD-A universe.
- Jacob is a villain rather than a protagonist, though he is viewed more sympathetically by the show's fans.
- Luke and Lake both ride motorcycles, and the latter is far more violent.
- Instead of Nico being bullied for his powers, he bullied people with his powers.
- Despite being a minor character, Forte is never mentioned by name, being referred to only as Mezzo's brother. Mezzo's other siblings' names are mentioned as normal.
- Icicle is far more serious than in reality.
- Unite dual wields submachine guns.
- Tori's minor crush on Duke is overblown into an outright obsession.
- Lane's self-esteem issues are exaggerated into him being a full-on doormat.