|“||If you're too loud around it, you risk being torn apart by the claws on its tentacle. This Pokémon is also known as the Forest Witch.||„|
|~ The Pokédex in Pokémon Shield on Hatterene.|
Hatterene, also known as The Silent Pokémon, is a dual Psychic/Fairy-type Pokémon with a strong hatred for loud noises, strong feelings, or hostility. If irritated enough it reacts to ironically enough hostility itself. So far its only appearance is in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield where it is the final evolution of the Hatenna line and the signature Pokémon of Bede.
Hatterene's appearance is that of a small alien-like humanoid rapped in overly long blue, pink hair that acts as a robe giving it the appearance of a witch. It wears a lengthy white dress to give the superficial appearance that it is walking when actuality it hovers a couple of feet (roughly a meter) off the ground. It's blue supposed "tentacle" hat frill is what it uses to tear apart it's victims.
Due to its reaction to emotions and typing, it is often compared to Gardevoir, though these similarities are analogous at best as instead of being kind. They are cold and amoral beings that try to stop any strong emotions or noise within a 50 kilometer (30 mile) radius due to their strong ever-loathing nature towards such actions and feelings. When Irritated enough they will stop said behavior by any means necessary including but not limited to mutilation and murder. It is unknown what it does the bodies but it could be speculated that if it's vaguely based on the witch from Hansel & Gretel, it could make its behavior much darker. As it seems to borrow both inspirations from both British and Baltic myths regarding witches and fairy tales. Though despite its strong hatred for noises and feelings, it's not inherently evil as ones that are trained can partner up with and even help people.
- Hatterene shares its typing of Psychic/Fairy with the Gardevoir line. Unlike its predecessor, Hatterene only gains the Fairy typing once it evolves.
- Hatterene may be insecure by nature, as it covers its entire body with its hair.