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Elvensquad as Pokemon Trainers:

Farran:

Leafeon: Thorne, Roselia: Blossom, Venusaur: Garland, Lilligant: Ivy, Decidueye: Falcon, Lurantis: Rosetta

Azari:

Flareon: Zonya, Vulpix: Saffron, Rapidash: Ace, Arcanine: Ignis, Blaziken: Phoenix, Delphox: Blaze

Naida:

Vaporeon: Merina, Milotic: Mystic, Piplup: Lula, Primarina: Misty, Lapras: Lamia, Horsea: Nereus

Aira:

Espeon: Gust, Crobat: Skye, Altaria: Zephyr, Beautifly: Gale, Aerodactyl: Tempest, Noivern: Tornado

Tidus:

Glaceon: Calder, Greninja: Navy, Samurott: Laguna, Dragonair: River, Vulpix: Crystal, Salamence: Neptune

Rosalyn:

Swanna: Sapphire, Tirouga: River, Sharpedo: Bullet, Whimsicott: Sage, Sceptile: Willow, Meganium: Fern

Johnny: 

Jolteon: Spark, Pyroar: Flamey, Talonflame: Pyro, Volcarona: Scorch, Litwick: Flare, Infernape: Ember

Emily:

Eevee: Elandra, Deerling: Briar, Lopunny: Walnut, Skitty: Opal, Blissey: Charity, Meowth: Lucky

Cronan:

Umbreon: Umbra, Murkrow: Crow, Mightyena: Hexa, Zweilous: Ashwing, Absol: Luna, Haunter: Myst

Ragana:

Umbreon (Shiny): Jynx, Houndoom: Shadow, Sableye: Ruby, Banette: Raven, Zoroark: Dusti, Salazzle: Sizzle

sapphire-bullets  asked:

According to Wikipedia: "Coffee cup sleeves, also known as coffee sleeves, coffee clutches, coffee cozies, hot cup jackets, paper zarfs, card-zarfs, cup snuggie and cup holders..." So zarf is an appropriate term. Also, just wanted to add the fun fact that the Russian version is called a "podstakannik", which means "thing-under-the-glass".

Welp guys Wikipedia has rung in 

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