|Member of||Team Rocket*|
|Anime debut||Pokémon Heroes|
|English voice actor||Megan Hollingshead|
|Japanese voice actor||Uno Kanda|
Not much is known about Annie or her sister before Pokémon Heroes, but they are still instantly recognized by James.
Unlike her younger sister Oakley, Annie is a less concerned with their goal. More concerned about her appearance, more stable and more suave than her sister, Annie is enchanted by the beauty of the Soul Dew rather than the abilities of the Defense Mechanism of Alto Mare or capturing Latias and Latios for Giovanni.
Annie is also very charming and a very good manipulator. Like her sister, she is very tech-savvy and thorough in her work. She is also an exceptional athlete. She is very similar in personality to Oakley in the sense that they are both vain thrill-seekers- but Annie lacks the megalomania and thirst for power of her sister, but not the cruelty and the ruthless determination to succeed.
As mentioned before, Annie has excellent balance and athletic abilities, making huge leaps and cartwheels while fighting Latios and Latias with no trouble and keeping perfect balance on a beam which Jessie, James and Meowth have trouble with. She also has some advanced technology at hand, including the glasses which can identify Latias when disguised and can see Latias and Latios when invisible. They can also capture Latios using what appears to be a net composed of energy.
However, she rarely uses these devices; their operation usually falls to Oakley.
|Espeon is Annie's only known Pokémon. It is first seen when Annie and Oakley were trying to capture Latias disguised as Bianca. It reappeared throughout the movie.|
Latios and Latias presented some very unique powers in the movie, such as sight-sharing, invisibility, and shapeshifting.
In the end of the movie, Latios had to sacrifice himself to save Alto Mare, becoming the first Pokémon to die in the anime, and turned into the new Soul Dew, just like his father in the past.
|Ken Sugimori's design of Annie|
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Annie or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
| Annie's Pokémon|
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
|Annie's Espeon||Theater Limited VS Pack||007/018|
|English, German||Annie||From Annie Oakley. Parallels Team Rocket duo naming convention.|
|Korean||잔느 Zanne||Transliteration of her Japanese name.|
|Chinese (Taiwan)||桑娜 Sāngnà||Transliteration of her Japanese name.|
|This movie article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|