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* Aki means ''autumn'' in Japanese.
 
* Aki means ''autumn'' in Japanese.
 
* Autumn's English voice actress, Kether Donahue, also voices {{wp|Pudding Fong|Kikki Benjamin}} of the anime ''{{wp|Tokyo Mew Mew|Mew Mew Power}}''. Like Autumn, she also works at a café. Additionally, she voiced {{wp|Skuld}} in the anime ''{{wp|Oh My Goddess!}}'', who was also the youngest of three sisters. She used the name Annice Moriarty in that production.
 
* Autumn's English voice actress, Kether Donahue, also voices {{wp|Pudding Fong|Kikki Benjamin}} of the anime ''{{wp|Tokyo Mew Mew|Mew Mew Power}}''. Like Autumn, she also works at a café. Additionally, she voiced {{wp|Skuld}} in the anime ''{{wp|Oh My Goddess!}}'', who was also the youngest of three sisters. She used the name Annice Moriarty in that production.
* She, along with [[Wilhelmina]], [[Temacu]], [[Natalie]], {{FB|Pike Queen|Lucy}}, [[Holly]], and [[Narissa]], is one of the few females to harbor feelings for Brock.
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* She, along with [[Wilhelmina]], [[Temacu]], [[Natalie]], {{FB|Pike Queen|Lucy}}, [[Holly]], [[Narissa]] and [[Lizabeth]] is one of the few females to harbor feelings for Brock.
 
* The way Autumn bonded with Ilta is similar to the way {{Ash}} bonded with {{AP|Pikachu}}.
 
* The way Autumn bonded with Ilta is similar to the way {{Ash}} bonded with {{AP|Pikachu}}.
 
* Ilta's English and Japanese names are derived from her species names. M'''ilta'''nk and ミ'''ルタン'''ク.
 
* Ilta's English and Japanese names are derived from her species names. M'''ilta'''nk and ミ'''ルタン'''ク.

Revision as of 23:40, 15 March 2013

Autumn

Autumn (Japanese: アキ Aki) is one of the Maid Café sisters that appeared in Tanks for the Memories!. She seems to have a crush on Brock. Unfortunately, Brock is more interested in her older sisters, Spring and Summer.

Autumn had a problem developing a bond with her Miltank named Ilta. She was convinced that she would never get to know her and wanted to release her. However, Brock convinced Autumn to let him teach her how to grow closer to her Pokémon.

Autumn had trouble in the beginning because of her clumsiness. A lot of the training didn't work, but when she jumped in the way to protect Ilta from a swarm of Beedrill, Ilta realized that Autumn cared for her and began listening to her instructions.

Pokémon

Ilta
Ilta
Ilta (Jp: ルータン Rutan) is a Miltank who refused to obey Autumn because she just got her. Autumn was considering releasing Ilta because 'she wasn't that cute', but Brock stepped in and helped Autumn gain Ilta's respect.

Ilta's known moves are Tackle and Rollout.

Debut Tanks for the Memories
Voice actors
Japanese Chie Satō

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 矢作紗友里 Sayuri Yahagi
English Kether Donahue
Czech Jana Páleníčková
Polish Weronika Łukaszewska
Brazilian Portuguese Tatiane Keplmair
Spanish Latin America Jessica Ángeles
Spain Blanca Hualde

Trivia

  • Aki means autumn in Japanese.
  • Autumn's English voice actress, Kether Donahue, also voices Kikki Benjamin of the anime Mew Mew Power. Like Autumn, she also works at a café. Additionally, she voiced Skuld in the anime Oh My Goddess!, who was also the youngest of three sisters. She used the name Annice Moriarty in that production.
  • She, along with Wilhelmina, Temacu, Natalie, Lucy, Holly, Narissa and Lizabeth is one of the few females to harbor feelings for Brock.
  • The way Autumn bonded with Ilta is similar to the way Ash bonded with Pikachu.
  • Ilta's English and Japanese names are derived from her species names. Miltank and ミルタンク.
    • In addition, "Ilta" is actually a Finnish name meaning either evening or night.
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