|Real name||Kenya Sabana|
|Trainer class|| Elite Four|
|Appearances||Journey Through the Regions|
Kenya usually travels throughout the regions finding more Grass types and meeting Trainers and giving them tips.
Kenya is a young woman with straight, pale green, shoulder-length hair, with her bangs loosely around, with some covering her forehead, and storm blue eyes.
Her main attire consists of a light weight brown jacket over a dark blue-gray sleeveless, dress top with a V-cut collar, which exposes her collarbone, a pair of fading black leggings, and a pair of black high heeled boots. She also wears a small red scarf around her neck, a purple belt with a silver metal buckle that has all her Pokéballs. When she travels to different regions, she also wears a dark purple backpack.
Kenya is a go with flow type of girl. She lets things happen as they go, but does react when needs be. She cares for all Pokémon but is fond of Grass types.
- Extensive knowledge on Grass-type Pokémon
This listing is of Kenya's Pokémon.
Serperior is Kenya's first known Pokémon and her ace.
Serperior knows the moves Leaf Blade, Energy Ball, Vine Whip, Leaf Storm, Leaf Tornado, Dragon Tail, Hyper Beam, Protect and Attract.
| Torterra is one of Kenya's Pokémon. Despite it's slow speed, Torterra is a powerhouse.
Torterra knows the moves Tackle, Razor Leaf, Bite, Synthesis, Energy Ball, Rock Climb, Leaf Storm, Frenzy Plant, and Stone Edge
| Venusar, like Torterra, is one of Kenya's powerhouse Pokémon.
Venusar knows the moves Vine Whip, Razor Leaf, Solar Beam, and Energy Ball.
|While it is unknown, it's possible that Kenya has many other -type Pokémon residing at her home.|
Kenya was born and raised in the Hoenn region. She grew up loving Grass type Pokémon.
- Kenya was made to take Drake's place, believing that by the next generation of trainers, years later he would have retired or passed away.
- Kenya is a modern English name derived from the country name which was derived from the name of a mountain, probably from Kiinyaa, the Wakamba tribe's name for the mountain, meaning "mountain of the ostrich," because the mountain is said to have certain features of the ostrich when it is snow-covered.
- Sabana is a Chamoru name meaning "grass-covered mountain; hilly area."