Daisy (Japanese: サクラSakura) is a recurring character who appeared in the Pokémon anime. She is a Water-typePokémonspecialist and is the oldest of Misty's sisters. She and her sisters, Violet and Lily, are also the former Gym Leaders of the Cerulean Gym.
In the anime
When Misty left to become a WaterPokémon Master, Daisy and her other two sisters were put in charge of the Gym. However, after Gary and the other two Trainers from Pallet Town defeated them consecutively, they decided to stop accepting battles and to instead perform water ballet shows for the residents of Cerulean City. They were continuing this and neglecting the Gym when Misty stopped by to drop off her Starmie and her Horsea to play at the Gym in The Misty Mermaid. It is unknown for how long afterwards the sisters continued to do this.
In Gotta Catch Ya Later!, the sisters called Misty to tell her that they had won a trip around the world because Daisy was third place in a pageant. They made Misty return to Cerulean City so she could take over the role of Gym Leader for them.
They returned to the Gym two weeks before A Date with Delcatty. However, Misty is still the official Gym Leader, with Daisy and the other sisters filling in when Misty is away. However, they still don't like battling, and in A Real Cleffa-Hanger, Daisy asked Misty if they could just give Badges to the Trainers instead of battling them.
In Luvdisc Is A Many Splendored Thing!, Daisy invited Tracey over to see the Gym's new Luvdisc, Caserin and Luverin. Butch and Cassidy of Team Rocket went on to nab Luverin for Dr. Namba. However Daisy gave chase in her car, with Misty, Tracey and Caserin, in the back, and later her ready-packed inflatable boat. Later Daisy and Misty used their Luvdisc to defeat the Rocket duo in a tag team effort.
Daisy, along with Violet and Lily, reappeared in a fantasy during the Poké Problem segment of Alola, Kanto!, where the Spectacular Sisters ditched the Gym to go on a trip, leaving Misty in charge of everything. She reappeared again in the same capacity in Alola, Alola!, although Misty revealed she had Daisy and the others take over Gym duties while she was in Alola.
Cheerful and somewhat absentminded, Daisy spends more time at the Cerulean Gym compared to Violet and Lily. As such, she does show some prowess, responsibility, and determination as a Gym Leader compared to Violet and Lily, which is especially evident in how she, alongside Misty, spearheaded a rescue operation for Luverin when it was abducted by Cassidy and Butch of Team Rocket, and later defeating them. However, she is still not very responsible as a Gym Leader overall. She will give GymBadges out for free, even when Misty is the official Leader.
Rather Daisy, much like Lily and Violet, is more focused on her looks, with her main ambition in life being acting and modelling. She played the lead actress in the dragracer film "High Speed Hannah". Daisy is also the brains behind the Cerulean Gym's famous underwater ballets, which bring her and her sisters much acclaim.
This is a listing of Daisy's known Pokémon in the anime.
At the Gym
- See The Sensational Sisters → Pokémon
In the games
Daisy appears in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! as one of Misty's Gym Trainers, along with Lily and Violet. She will jump down from a diving board before challenging the player.
- "Did you see that dive just now? Don’t you think it's deserving of a gold medal?"
- "Your Pokémon totally deserves/deserve a gold medal!"
- "This Gym's pool uses water from the ocean."
In the manga
Daisy appeared in a flashback of Ash's adventures in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution.
- In the Spanish dub of Pokémon Chronicles, she is mistakenly named Dalia, which is the Spanish name of Daisy Oak.
- In Pocket Monsters: The Animation, it is mentioned that Daisy, Lily, and Violet's natural hair-colors are actually black, and that their blonde, pink, and blue hair were wigs that they wore during their shows. The same source also reveals that they were themselves orphaned at a young age due to their parents abandoning them thanks to the harsh regulations of being a Gym Leader.
|Japanese||サクラ Sakura||From 桜 sakura (cherry blossom)|
|Italian||Margi||From margherita (daisy)|
|Korean||하나 Hana||From 하나 hana (one)|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||櫻花 / 樱花 Yīnghuā||Means cherry blossom|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||櫻花 Yīngfā|
|"Margarida" means daisy|
Same as her English name
Similar to her English name
Lily (Japanese: ボタンBotan) is Misty's sister and one of the Cerulean City Sisters. She is the second youngest of the four sisters. She sometimes appears in Pokémon Chronicles. She has participated in water plays with her sister, Violet. Lily usually teases Misty about her being the youngest of her siblings.
Lily is cheerful and childlike, and is the most carefree of the four sisters. Lily loves to wear cute clothes. She doesn't like to do battles, and prefers to buy clothes or acting roles in plays.
As demonstrated in the episode Misty the Mermaid, she wanted to play the role of the mermaid, and not a pirate, but when Misty left, she and Violet take turns playing the mermaid. She was voiced by Megan Hollingshead in the English Dub.
Pokémon gym leader
Misty, known in Japan as Kasumi (カスミ), is a fictional character in the Pokémon franchise owned by Nintendo and created by Satoshi Tajiri. She has appeared as a Gym Leader in the Pokémon video games Pokémon Red and Blue, Pokémon Gold and Silver, and their respectiveremakes. She was a protagonist in the ongoing anime for the first five seasons, travelling alongside Ash Ketchum and Brock to become the world's best trainer of Water-type Pokémon before departing home to Cerulean City to run the family gym, but made recurring appearances after. The character has also appeared in manga like Pokémon Adventures. She specialises in Water Type Pokémon. Her Japanese voice actress is Mayumi Iizuka, while her English voice was supplied by Rachael Lillis and Michele Knotz, while her Korean voice was supplied by Ji Mi-Ae, Lee Chi-Hyeon, Kim Hyeon-Ji and Yeo Minjeong.
Misty's character design was overseen by Ken Sugimori and Atsuko Nishida, and for the anime the design was overseen by Sayuri Ichishi. Her Japanese voice actress, Mayumi Iizuka, stated that during her audition the director asked her to act like herself, and in doing so she landed the role. As a result, she considers Misty to be the one character she has voiced who most represents herself. Mayumi keeps track of her character's promotional appearances in merchandise and other material, additionally providing fans with insights on possible future cameos in the anime series.
In the video games
In the video gamesPokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed & LeafGreen, Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, and Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Misty is the Gym Leader of Cerulean City. She specializes in Water-type Pokémon. Misty, in her anime form, also appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and as a gym leader in Pokémon Puzzle League. Additionally, she appears on Pokémon Channel on a full Japanese Pichu Bros. Disc. The disc differs from the other Japanese disc, as Misty's (Kasumi) voice actor is the narrator. Misty, as well as most of the gym leaders in Pokémon history, reappear in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 as part of the Pokémon World Tournament.
In the anime
The anime follows the quest of one of the main characters, Ash Ketchum, as he and his friends travel around the fictitious world of Pokémon along with their Pokémon partners. Misty is a stubborn tomboy who trains Water Pokémon and has three siblings, Daisy, Lily and Violet. She left the Gym to her three older sisters prior to traveling with Ash in the anime, although she still retained the title of Gym Leader despite this. She first comes across Ash when she accidentally fishes him and his Pikachu out of a river while fishing for water Pokémon. Soon after this incident, Ash "borrows" her bike in an attempt to flee from a flock of wild Spearow. The bike is later charred by an attack from Pikachu. Misty tells Ash she will not leave him alone until he replaces the bike and commits to follow him on his journey, and the two soon become best friends. After retrieving her repaired bike at the end of the Johto League Silver Conference, she returns to the Cerulean Gym and resumes her duties as the Gym Leader.
Misty becomes a central character in Pokémon Chronicles, a spin-off to the Pokémon anime, and appears in several specials and episodes. She maintains her friendship with Ash and eventually goes to Hoenn to meet up with him, meeting May and Max, and sees him again when he returns to Pallet following a long stint in Hoenn. She also appeared in an arc composed of at least two episodes of the Sun & Moon series, where she and Brock meet Ash and his friends in Kanto, and later appears in two more episodes of the Sun & Moon series when she reunites with Ash in Alola.
In the early episodes, Misty is depicted as having a short temper, stubborn temperament, and little patience. As the series progresses, however, she gradually shows herself to be kind and sensible. Misty becomes the parental guardian of Togepi, caring for it throughout the series. Misty constantly reins in Brock when he becomes enamored with pretty girls, often pulling him away by the ear. She is also terrified of most Bug-type Pokémon. Misty aims to be a world-class Water-typePokémon trainer despite her sisters' ridicule.
The Misty character that appears in the Electric Tale of Pikachumanga series, which is loosely based on the anime, is similar to the Misty in the anime, while the Misty in Pokémon Adventures is similar to the Misty in the video games. She appears throughout Electric Tale of Pikachu, traveling on occasion with Ash. In Pokémon Adventures, When Red, the protagonist of the manga, first meets her, she is trying to recapture her Gyarados with help of her Staryu, which has been brainwashed by Team Rocket. They decide to team up and confront Team Rocket. The next morning, after spending the night resting in Misty's mansion, Misty leads Red to her Gym and reveals herself to be the Gym Leader. They have a battle, and though Misty quickly gained the upper hand and easily defeated Red with her fast and strong Starmie, she is worried that if they do not prepare themselves, Team Rocket will defeat them easily. Red decides that he might actually need training, and agrees to train. At that point, they become close friends.
In Pocket Monsters, Red, the protagonist of the series, is seeking a Moon Stone along with his Pikachu and his Clefairy (one that speaks human language). When they meet Misty, Clefairy notices that she is wearing a Moon Stone as a necklace. Misty declares that they battle her if they wish to have it. While the Clefairy is initially pumped up to battle, he quickly changes his mind when he sees that his opponent is a massive Blastoise. After a while, the battle is won when Clefairy sucks up all the water in a nearby river and releases the water onto Misty's Pokémon, sending it flying into the sky. Just when Misty is about to reward Red's group with the prize they sought, the stone is stolen.
The book The Japanification of Children's Popular Culture described Misty's portrayal in the anime as a mother figure, calling her a "nurturing component" for the original trio of herself, Ash and Brock. It further described her as an "unusually 'complete' girl of the cartoon world", noting both her feminine sentimentality and her "explosive rage".Anime Classics Zettai!: 100 Must-See Japanese Animation Masterpieces praised the character as being "particularly nuanced" and described her as contributing heavily to the series' appeal.Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokémon stated that though the anime focused on Ash, Misty was a distinctly significant character especially to young female consumers, neither "butch" nor "dizzily feminine", seemingly "carefully constructed to appeal to preadolescent girls". It added that, unlike other aggressive female characters in the series, Misty did not sacrifice her femininity to succeed, making the character further popular with young American women, a contrast to Japanese children who focused more on the individual Pokémon species to identify with.
In studies on the reactions boys and girls had to the concept of Misty as a heroine in the series, girls accepted it and were eager to associate themselves with the character, while boys attempted to belittle her efforts. On the other hand, children of both genders felt the character alongside Brock gave Ash a sense of identity and moral support, which researchers attributed to the concept of group identity. In another study, children were shown to associate the attributes of attractiveness and aggressiveness, while college students described the character as romantic.Pikachu's Global Adventure additionally stated Misty also served as a source of non-threatening sexuality for both older and younger male viewers, though the context of such was presented in a more subtle way for North American localizations of the series.
In 2013, nearing Halloween, Archie Comics illustrator Ryan Jampole utilized Misty as one of the 31 costumes for the character Roll from the Archie Comics adaptation of the Mega Man franchise.
Notes and references
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- ^"ポケモン新作ゲームのキャストはアニメ版から変更 鳥海浩輔&茅野愛衣&豊崎愛生&佐倉綾音ら出演". oricon.co.jp (in Japanese). 28 June 2019.
- ^F. Maurice Speed, James Cameron-Wilson (2000). "Film Review 2000-2001". Film Review. ISBN .
- ^"US Version Voice Cast". Sight & Sound. 2001.
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- ^Willis, John Alvin (2003). "Voice Cast". Screen World. p. 322.
- ^Staff. "Credits". Pokeani. Archived from the original on 21 March 2008. Retrieved 20 March 2008.
- ^Staff (6 April 1999). "Press Session: Mayumi Iizuka". Ex. Archived from the original on 11 May 2008. Retrieved 2 May 2008.
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- ^Kunihiko Yuyama (Director). "The Waterflowers of Cerulean City". Pokémon. Episode 7. Cartoon Network. Ash: What are you doing here?! // Misty: I'm a gym leader, too! The Fourth Sensational Sister!.
- ^Kunihiko Yuyama (Director). "Pokémon, I Choose You!". Pokémon. Episode 1. Cartoon Network.
- ^Brock and Misty Return to the Pokemon Anime Comicbook.com, Retrieved 28 August 2017
- ^'Pokemon' Anime Teases Brock, Misty Return In New Promo Comicbook.com, Retrieved 16 December 2018
- ^Hiroshi Sakai (Director). "Who Gets To Keep Togepi?". Pokémon. Episode 50. Cartoon Network.
- ^West, Mark I. (2008). The Japanification of Children's Popular Culture. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 58. ISBN .
- ^West, Mark I. (2008). The Japanification of Children's Popular Culture. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 78. ISBN .
- ^Camp, Brian; Julie Davis (May 2007). Anime Classics Zettai!: 100 Must-See Japanese Animation Masterpieces. Stone Bridge Press. p. 283. ISBN .
- ^Tobin, Joseph Jay (2004). Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokémon. Duke University Press. p. 21. ISBN .
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- ^Tobin, Joseph Jay (2004). Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokémon. Duke University Press. p. 176. ISBN .
- ^Katch, Jane (2004). They Don't Like Me: Lessons on Bullying and Teasing from a Preschool Classroom. Beacon Press. ISBN .
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- ^Ogletree, Shirley M. (28 October 2004). "Pokémon: Exploring the Role of Gender". Sex Roles. Springer Netherlands. 50 (11–12 / June, 2004): 851–859. doi:10.1023/B:SERS.0000029102.66384.a2. ISSN 0360-0025. S2CID 144073356.
- ^Tobin, Joseph Jay (2004). Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokémon. Duke University Press. p. 284. ISBN .
- ^"31 Days of Halloween Costumed Roll by Ryan Jampole - TheMMNetwork". themmnetwork.com. 31 October 2013. Retrieved 2 November 2014.
The Sensational Sisters
The Sensational Sisters (Japanese: ハナダ水姉妹Hanada Water Sisters) are a group consisting of Misty's three older sisters, Daisy, Violet, and Lily. At some point before the series, the sisters were put in charge of the Cerulean Gym. However, after Gary and the other two Trainers from Pallet Town defeated them one after the other, they decided to stop accepting challenges and instead perform water ballet shows for the residents of Cerulean City. Their younger sister Misty would eventually take over their position as Gym Leader.
In the anime
When Misty left prior to Pokémon - I Choose You! to become a WaterPokémon Master, Daisy, Violet and Lily were put in charge of the Cerulean Gym.
The Sensational Sisters debuted in The Water Flowers of Cerulean City. When Ash came to the Gym to earn his Cascade Badge, they turned down his challenge. They explained that after Gary and the other two Trainers from Pallet Town defeated them consecutively, they decided to stop battling and to instead perform water shows for the residents of Cerulean City. Daisy then offered to give the Cascade Badge to Ash for free. Misty, however, appeared and challenged Ash to a battle with the Badge as a prize. After Ash and Pikachu saved the Gym from Team Rocket, the sisters decided to award him a Cascade Badge despite the fact that he hadn't defeated Misty. They wished Misty well on her personal quest, hoping that her efforts would amount to something.
Misty stopped by the Cerulean Gym to drop off her Starmie and Horsea to play there in The Misty Mermaid. Upon arriving, she realized that her sisters continued to pursue their performing ambitions and neglected the Gym, and was also enlisted in their latest play, the Underwater Ballet. Team Rocket gate-crashed the performance, and tied Lily and Violet up. While Daisy freed the pair, the sisters watched Ash and his friends battle Team Rocket underwater. Violet sent out Misty's Psyduck in a bid to defeat Team Rocket, though its fear of water made it useless and embarrassing. The show proved to be a massive hit with the crowd, who were unaware that Team Rocket's appearance was not part of the show, and the sisters' show was booked for the next six months.
In Just Add Water, Dorian, an ambitious Water expert who runs the unofficial Coastline Gym, is a big fan of the Sensational Sisters. Having met them several times, he became inspired to perform his own synchronized water shows.
In Gotta Catch Ya Later!, the sisters called Misty to tell her that they had won a trip around the world after Daisy placed third in a pageant competition. They made Misty return to Cerulean City and abandon her travels with Ash and Brock, so she could take over the role of Gym Leader during their absence.
Misty returned at the Cerulean Gym to officially take over in Cerulean Blues, only to find that her sisters had already left the Gym with several fans, who struggled with Gyarados's rage, while they were on holiday. Misty contacted her sisters, who were enjoying a beachside vacation, in The Blue Badge of Courage. Daisy informed her that she would need to go to Rifure Village to receive a supply of Cascade Badges before quickly signing off. They returned to the Gym two weeks before A Date with Delcatty. However, Misty remained the official Gym Leader, with Daisy and the other sisters filling in when Misty was away.
In Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing!, Daisy appeared without her other two sisters, and proudly showed off Caserin and Luverin to Tracey. After defeating Butch and Cassidy, the Sensational Sisters performed in another water ballet show. However, their views of battling did not improve during this time, and in A Real Cleffa-Hanger, Daisy asked Misty if they could simply give Badges to the Trainers instead of properly battling them.
Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon
After a long absence, the sisters reappeared in fantasy during the Poké Problem segment of SM042, where they ditched the Gym to go on another trip, leaving Misty in charge of everything.
They reappeared during a fantasy in Alola, Alola!, when Misty revealed that she had left the Gym under their charge during her trip to Alola.
The following Pokémon are used by the Sensational Sisters.
- See Daisy → Pokémon
- See Lily → Pokémon
It is unknown which sister owns each of the following Pokémon.
|The Sensational Sisters' Seaking inhabits the pool in the Cerulean Gym along with many other Water Pokémon. It first appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretending to go to sleep. When Team Rocket took over the show and captured several Goldeen, Seaking helped by jabbing its horn into Jessie's Arbok and in the end the Goldeen got free. It was later seen in the finale of the performance. |
It made a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues, in the aquarium.
Seaking's known moves are Horn Attack and Horn Drill.
|Debut||The Misty Mermaid|
|A whole group of Goldeen belonging to the Sensational Sisters appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretending to go to sleep. When Team Rocket took over the show, they got the Goldeen trapped in a net. In the end, with the help of Ash and his friends including Seaking and Dewgong, they were able to get the Goldeen free. They were later seen in the finale of the performance. |
Three make a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.
None of Goldeen's moves are known.
|Debut||The Water Flowers of Cerulean City|
|The Sensational Sisters's Shellder inhabits the pool in the Cerulean Gym along with many other Water Pokémon. It first appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretending to go to sleep. They were later seen in the finale of the performance. |
One of them makes a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.
None of Shellder's moves are known.
|Debut||The Misty Mermaid|
|The Sensational Sisters were revealed to have owned another Seel in the Gym. |
None of Seel's moves are known.
In the manga
The Electric Tale of Pikachu
Daisy, Violet, and Lily appear in The Electric Tale of Pikachu, which is based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, the three sisters run the Cerulean Gym together. However, unlike in the anime, Misty shares equal power with them, and they seem to get along better with her for the most part.
The sisters' first appearance is in Play Misty For Me. They were originally going to battle Ash for the Cascade Badge, but Misty appeared at the last minute and asked that she battle him instead. They tease Misty about the battle later, implying that she may have a crush on Ash. The Sensational Sisters appear again later in The Human Race and the Pokémon Race, where they are attending the Nomads Independence Day festival with Misty.
Like many female characters in the manga, the Sensational Sisters are all depicted with large busts (and in skimpy swimsuits), though this is edited out of VIZ Media's English translations.
The sisters appeared in a flashback of Ash's adventures in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution.
- In The Water Flowers of Cerulean City, Misty called herself "the youngest sensational sister," but her sisters told her that she did not yet possess the qualities needed to become one.
- Similarly, in The Electric Tale of Pikachu, Misty tells Ash that he will never forget "the four sisters of Cerulean." Ash responds with, "You mean, the three sisters and the loser!"
- The sisters are all named after a type of flower.
- Daisy is the only sister that has a nicknamed Pokémon.
- The three Beauties at the Cerulean Gym in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are named after the Sensational Sisters.
- In Takeshi Shudō's novel, Pocket Monsters: The Animation, it is revealed that these sisters are actually wearing wigs and that their natural hair color is black.
- In the English dub of the anime, Misty's sisters all speak with Valley girl accents.
In other languages
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Why I Hate Misty's Sisters
Hey guys! So today's post will focus on my reasoning for strongly disliking Misty's sisters to the point of hating them. You don't have to agree with me though, since this is my opinion on them. Anyways, let's begin.
They Exclude Misty
When Misty visited the Cerulean City Gym in the episode "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City!" Misty's sisters greeted her by mocking her. Then when Misty told Ash that she's the youngest sensational sister, her sister Lily corrected her by saying "there are only 3 sensational sisters and 1 runt." Her sisters also told her that she doesn't possess the qualities needed to become one. Some may argue that the sisters are just teasing their younger sister, but based on their awfully stuck up attitudes and due to the fact that they've never actually shown that they care for Misty, I actually believe they meant what they said.
They're Horrible Gym Leaders
When Ash met Misty's 3 sisters in the episode "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City!" They informed Ash that they were tired of being defeated by trainers and they offered to give Ash the Cascade Badge for nothing. They continued to neglect their Gym duties after Misty, Ash and Brock left. They also won a trip around the world and if Misty hadn't felt forced to take over the Gym for them while they were gone, the Gym would've been left unattended. In the episode "A Date With Delcatty!" Misty's sisters had already returned from their trip, but because they didn't like battling, they left Misty in charge of the Gym. Also, in the episode "A Real Cleffa-Hanger!" Daisy asked Misty to give out the Gym Badges to trainers instead of battling them.
They're Spoiled & Selfish
Everyone can be accused of being spoiled and selfish sometimes, but Misty's sisters are constantly spoiled and selfish. Misty's sisters appear to get anything they want. They were able to give out Gym Badges for free and there was no problem with this until Misty arrived. They also recieved doll houses when they were children but for some reason Misty didn't. Instead, Misty was given their hand-me-downs. In the episode "Gotta Catch Ya Later!" Misty's sisters selfishly contacted Misty and told her that she had to run the gym because they were going on a trip. They didn't give her any choice, and they didn't seem to care whether Misty was busy or not. They forced her to leave her best friends just so they could go on a trip.
Those are the 3 main reasons that I hate Misty's sisters. Do you agree with me, or do you disagree? Comment below your reasons for agreeing or disagreeing with me. Thanks for reading (if you did) and I'll cya later :v:
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