is a researcher who specialises in the study of
is also the creator of
Porygon, making him the subject of controversy by
and the associated Pokémon Institute.
Kabili is talented with holographic
Pokémon design. He also suffers from the rare sight condition
Kabili has a tendency to be stubborn and
dislikes being told what to do. Unfortunately that makes him very
work with on collaborative projects. His desire for productive results in
his work can override the needs of himself and others.
At 21 years old, Kabili co-created the
Pokéball Management Interface
- dealing with
Pokéball transmission protocols. During his time on the
project, Kabili began exploring
Variables in relation to living matter. His experiments
resulted in the creation of Porygon in 1996.
The Pokémon Institute's
reaction to the discovery of a man-made yet sentient Virtual
life form was severe. Some Researchers disparagingly gave
Porygon the nickname 'Cube Monster'
Kabili's reputation was so heavily
damaged, he disappeared for four months. Upon returning, the
man disowned his own research - refusing to participate any
further in Virtual Pokémon exploration.
Sinclare's research was later
picked up by
Silph Co. who created upgrade code for Porygon. The
information for both these versions of Porygon were leaked
several years later, resulting in unstable upgrades to the
Alpha, Beta (Porygon x2)