Kellie, or Pokekellz as she's also known, is one of the Three main Hosts of The National Dex Channel, along with Alex Faciane and Jimmy. She has been part of the channel since it first began. She is most known for her work on The Dex Trivia and Battle Strategies series, but she also Hosts other shows such as The Dex Podcast, ORAS Mysteries, Pokekellz Snap, etc.
Pokemon Life Edit
Kellie is a very dedicated Pokemon fanatic. Her first experience with Pokemon was through the card game when she was a young child. She Later got Pokemon Red which was one of her first two games, the other being Kirby's Dreamland. She's played every Generation of Pokemon. Some of her favorite Pokemon include Ampharos, Furret, Gastrodon, and Whimsicott. The first Pokemon she ever saw was Abra. She considers herself to be a collector of Pokemon, and has an extensive merchandise collection.
The Trading Card Game Edit
Kellie plays TCG, in which she considers herself to be somewhat amateur and plays it mostly for fun and not often competitively.
Golden Octozooka Club Edit
The GOC is a Pokemon club run by Kellie. It focuses around shiny Octillery, and to join you must catch one, nickname it and tweet a picture of it to @Pokekellz. There don't seem to be any activities for members, other than being on a list on Kellz's phone.
Monster Hunter Edit
Kellie is a big fan of Monster Hunter. During the Monster Hunter 3 Era she was convinced to get the game by ProJared, and was convinced to keep playing from Alex. After Monster Hunter 3d came out she played it frequently. She plays more than Alex but less than Jimmy.
Real Life Edit
Kellie lives in California where she works on many projects on The National Dex channel. She is currently dating Alex Faciane and has a dog named Wallace. She works as a Registered Veterinary Technician and voice actress.
- It is revealed in Episode 104 of The Dex that Kellie has a mouth on the back of her head underneath her hair. Alex denies this, but he may have done so to not scare children.
- The nickname "Kellz" came from the fact that the name "Kellie" wouldn't fit in many video game name-inputs (Specifically, Super Smash Bros for N64). Instead of using a "y" to spell "Kelly" (the wrong way), she chose "z" instead.