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==Optional names for Lyra==
 
<!--Please don't reorganize the order of names in English and Japanese. It's actually the order that appears in the game data! However, the order in other languages is alphabetical, as the actual order from game data is unknown.-->
 
{| border="1" style="border: 1px solid #88a; border-collapse: collapse;" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2"
 
|- style="background: #{{soulsilver color}};"
 
! Language || English || Japanese || French || German<!-- || Italian || Spanish -->|| Korean
 
|-
 
!
 
HeartGold<br>
 
SoulSilver
 
||
 
* ''Heart''
 
*''Soul''
 
* ''Karla''
 
* ''Britney''
 
* ''Kelli''
 
* ''Lindy''
 
* ''Heidi''
 
* ''Miriam''
 
* ''Trudy''
 
* ''Aubrey''
 
* ''Krissa''
 
* ''Naomi''
 
* ''Abby''
 
* ''Dodie''
 
* ''Tamara''
 
* ''Linda''
 
* ''Fiona''
 
* ''Mari''
 
* ''Maggie''
 
||
 
* ハート ''Heart''
 
* ソウル ''Soul''
 
* キヨミ ''Kiyomi''
 
* サトコ ''Satoko''
 
* チホ ''Chiho''
 
* イオリ ''Iori''
 
* マキコ ''Makiko''
 
* ミキコ ''Mikiko''
 
* ウララ ''Urara''
 
* ジュンコ ''Junko''
 
* フウカ ''Fūka''
 
* リエ ''Rie''
 
* セツコ ''Setsuko''
 
* ニッキ ''Nikki''
 
* マミナ ''Mamina''
 
* ノリコ ''Noriko''
 
* ユミカ ''Yumika''
 
* モモコ ''Momoko''
 
* ミスズ ''Misuzu''
 
||
 
* ''Heart''
 
* ''Soul''
 
* ''Becky''
 
* ''Brenda''
 
* ''Carmen''
 
* ''Caro
 
* ''Claire''
 
* ''Coralie''
 
* ''Edith''
 
* ''Hadja''
 
* ''Joanna''
 
* ''Linda''
 
* ''Madge''
 
* ''Nadia''
 
* ''Noémie''
 
* ''Sayaka''
 
* ''Sophie''
 
* ''Suzie''
 
* ''Yuki''
 
||
 
* ''Heart''
 
* ''Soul''
 
* ''Andrea''
 
* ''Antje''
 
* ''Birgit''
 
* ''Daniela''
 
* ''Diana''
 
* ''Elena''
 
* ''Evelin''
 
* ''Jamie''
 
* ''Klara''
 
* ''Linda''
 
* ''Piera''
 
* ''Sara''
 
* ''Sigrun''
 
* ''Silke''
 
* ''Sina''
 
* ''Suse''
 
* ''Uta''
 
<!--||
 
| N/A
 
||
 
| N/A--->
 
||
 
* 하트 ''Heart''
 
* 소울 ''Soul''
 
* 꽃님 ''Kkotnim''
 
* 나영 ''Nayeong''
 
* 나정 ''Najeong''
 
* 링링 ''Ringring''
 
* 미영 ''Miyeong''
 
* 사희 ''Sahyi''
 
* 서연 ''Seoyeon''
 
* 설아 ''Seola''
 
* 아라 ''Ara''
 
* 유경 ''Yugyeong''
 
* 윤혜 ''Yunhye''
 
* 은영 ''Eun'yeong''
 
* 인희 ''Inhyi''
 
* 주애 ''Juae''
 
* 지나 ''Jina''
 
* 태희 ''Taehyi''
 
* 해나 ''Haena''
 
|}
 
   
 
==Sprites==
 
==Sprites==
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| Lyra's starting sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
 
| Lyra's starting sprite from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
 
|}
 
|}
  +
  +
==Optional names==
  +
<!--Please don't reorganize the order of names in English and Japanese. It's actually the order that appears in the game data! However, the order in other languages is alphabetical, as the actual order from game data is unknown.-->
  +
{| style="float:left; background: #{{soulsilver color light}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 3px solid #{{soulsilver color}}"
  +
|- style="text-align:center"
  +
! Japanese
  +
! English
  +
! French
  +
! German
  +
! Italian
  +
! Spanish
  +
! Korean
  +
|- style="background: #FFF;"
  +
|<ab> Heart
  +
Soul
  +
Karla
  +
Britney
  +
Kelli
  +
Lindy
  +
Heidi
  +
Miriam
  +
Trudy
  +
Aubrey
  +
Krissa
  +
Naomi
  +
Abby
  +
Dodie
  +
Tamara
  +
Linda
  +
Fiona
  +
Mari
  +
Maggie</ab>
  +
|<ab>ハート ''Heart''
  +
ソウル ''Soul''
  +
キヨミ ''Kiyomi''
  +
サトコ ''Satoko''
  +
チホ ''Chiho''
  +
イオリ ''Iori''
  +
マキコ ''Makiko''
  +
ミキコ ''Mikiko''
  +
ウララ ''Urara''
  +
ジュンコ ''Junko''
  +
フウカ ''Fūka''
  +
リエ ''Rie''
  +
セツコ ''Setsuko''
  +
ニッキ ''Nikki''
  +
マミナ ''Mamina''
  +
ノリコ ''Noriko''
  +
ユミカ ''Yumika''
  +
モモコ ''Momoko''
  +
ミスズ ''Misuzu''</ab>
  +
|<ab>
  +
Heart
  +
Soul
  +
Becky
  +
Brenda
  +
Carmen
  +
Caro
  +
Claire
  +
Coralie
  +
Edith
  +
Hadja
  +
Joanna
  +
Linda
  +
Madge
  +
Nadia
  +
Noémie
  +
Sayaka
  +
Sophie
  +
Suzie
  +
Yuki </ab>
  +
|<ab>Heart
  +
Soul
  +
Andrea
  +
Antje
  +
Birgit
  +
Daniela
  +
Diana
  +
Elena
  +
Evelin
  +
Jamie
  +
Klara
  +
Linda
  +
Piera
  +
Sara
  +
Sigrun
  +
Silke
  +
Sina
  +
Suse
  +
Uta </ab>
  +
|
  +
|
  +
|<ab>하트 ''Heart''
  +
소울 ''Soul''
  +
꽃님 ''Kkotnim''
  +
나영 ''Nayeong''
  +
나정 ''Najeong''
  +
링링 ''Ringring''
  +
미영 ''Miyeong''
  +
사희 ''Sahyi''
  +
서연 ''Seoyeon''
  +
설아 ''Seola''
  +
아라 ''Ara''
  +
유경 ''Yugyeong''
  +
윤혜 ''Yunhye''
  +
은영 ''Eun'yeong''
  +
인희 ''Inhyi''
  +
주애 ''Juae''
  +
지나 ''Jina''
  +
태희 ''Taehyi''
  +
해나 ''Haena''</ab>
  +
|}{{-}}
   
 
==Counterparts==
 
==Counterparts==

Revision as of 15:12, 15 January 2013

Lyra
コトネ Kotone
HeartGold SoulSilver Lyra.png
Art from HeartGold and SoulSilver
Gender Female
Hometown New Bark Town
Region Johto
Relatives Mom (as player)
Grandparents, unnamed father (as NPC)
Trainer class Pokémon Trainer, Player character
Generation IV
Games HeartGold, SoulSilver
Anime counterpart Lyra
Counterpart debut An Egg Scramble!
Manga counterpart(s) Crystal

Lyra (Japanese: コトネ Kotone) is the female player character in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. In these games, she is the counterpart to Ethan, taking over the role from Kris in Pokémon Crystal. Her hometown is New Bark Town, where she lives with her mother.

Storyline in the games

When selected as the player character

Lyra's journey as a Trainer begins when Professor Elm asks her to run an errand for Mr. Pokémon, who lives north of Cherrygrove City. Because she may encounter dangerous wild Pokémon along the way, Elm gives her a choice between three Pokémon for protection: Cyndaquil, Totodile or Chikorita.

Lyra meets a strange boy the same age as her watching Elm's Lab from outside. When she tries to talk to him, the boy abruptly shoves her away. The boy, Silver, will become Lyra's rival, analogous to Blue in Generation I and III.

Lyra continues onward and finally meets Mr. Pokémon and completes the errand. While there she meets Professor Oak who, upon realizing Lyra's bond with her new Pokémon, gives her a Pokédex. On her way back home, Lyra again meets Silver, who has stolen one of Elm's remaining Pokémon. After defeating the boy in battle, she learns his name from his dropped Trainer Card and relays it to the police in New Bark Town. Professor Elm allows Lyra to keep the Pokémon she chose earlier, and encourages her to compete in the Johto League.

From there Lyra begins on a Pokémon journey in the Johto region, facing off against its eight Gym Leaders, defeating and disbanding the revived Team Rocket, and becoming Pokémon League Champion by defeating the Elite Four and its previous Champion, Lance at Indigo Plateau. Along the way she also teaches Silver to respect Pokémon as living creatures and not just as tools for battle.

After being declared the Pokémon League Champion, Lyra then takes a short trip on a ship, the S.S. Aqua, from Olivine City to Vermilion City in Kanto. Journeying across that region, she battles against its own set of eight Gym Leaders. Upon getting permission from Professor Oak in Pallet Town, Lyra heads for Mt. Silver via Route 28. Her journey comes to a close when she faces the Champion from Pallet Town Pokémon Trainer Red at the summit of Mt. Silver, who had been training there since shortly after he became Pokémon League Champion three years prior.

When not selected as the player character

Lyra speaking with Ethan

If Ethan is selected to be the player character, Lyra meets him in New Bark Town at the start of the game. In this particular scene, she is seen with a Marill. Her role in the storyline of HeartGold and SoulSilver is similar to that of Lucas/Dawn in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum if they are not chosen as the player character, while Ethan takes this place if she is selected as the player. She teaches the player how to catch Pokémon on Route 29 (replacing the Dude from Gold, Silver, and Crystal).

While playing as Ethan, her grandparents run the Pokémon Day Care on Route 34. She also gives the player the Fashion Case in Goldenrod Tunnel and the Vs. Recorder on Route 31. Naturally, this role is given to Ethan if she is the player character.

When called from certain locations, Lyra will mention that something will happen if the player takes a certain Pokémon there.


Pokémon

Lyra uses this party to show the player how to catch Pokémon when Ethan is selected as the player character in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.



Caught in tutorial

Spr 4h 019 m.png
Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Unknown
Held item:
None
Rattata Lv.2
Tail Whip
Normal Status
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Sprites

Spr HGSS Lyra.png Spr HGSS Lyra 2.png HGSS Lyra Back.png LyraChallenge.png Lyra opening.png
Lyra's sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's Pokéathlon
sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's backsprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's VS sprite from
the opening of
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyrawalkdown.png LyraAthUnusedHGSSwalkdown.png LyraTRHGSSwalkdown.png Lyra walking.png Spr LyraHGSSstart.png
Lyra's overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's overworld Pokéathlon sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's overworld sprite, disguised as a Team Rocket Grunt from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's sprite from
the opening of
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Lyra's starting sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver

Optional names

Japanese English French German Italian Spanish Korean
Heart
Soul
Karla
Britney
Kelli
Lindy
Heidi
Miriam
Trudy
Aubrey
Krissa
Naomi
Abby
Dodie
Tamara
Linda
Fiona
Mari
Maggie
ハート Heart
ソウル Soul
キヨミ Kiyomi
サトコ Satoko
チホ Chiho
イオリ Iori
マキコ Makiko
ミキコ Mikiko
ウララ Urara
ジュンコ Junko
フウカ Fūka
リエ Rie
セツコ Setsuko
ニッキ Nikki
マミナ Mamina
ノリコ Noriko
ユミカ Yumika
モモコ Momoko
ミスズ Misuzu
Heart
Soul
Becky
Brenda
Carmen
Caro
Claire
Coralie
Edith
Hadja
Joanna
Linda
Madge
Nadia
Noémie
Sayaka
Sophie
Suzie
Yuki
Heart
Soul
Andrea
Antje
Birgit
Daniela
Diana
Elena
Evelin
Jamie
Klara
Linda
Piera
Sara
Sigrun
Silke
Sina
Suse
Uta
하트 Heart
소울 Soul
꽃님 Kkotnim
나영 Nayeong
나정 Najeong
링링 Ringring
미영 Miyeong
사희 Sahyi
서연 Seoyeon
설아 Seola
아라 Ara
유경 Yugyeong
윤혜 Yunhye
은영 Eun'yeong
인희 Inhyi
주애 Juae
지나 Jina
태희 Taehyi
해나 Haena

Counterparts

Lyra's anime counterpart

Shortly after the release of Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, an anime counterpart of Lyra appeared in the episodes from An Egg Scramble! to Bagged Then Tagged!. Much as with May and Dawn, she shares both her English and Japanese names with the player character she is based on.

Although Lyra doesn't appear separately in the Pokémon Adventures manga, Crystal essentially serves as counterpart by wearing her Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver outfit in the arc thanks to her mom forcing her to wear it against her will.

Trivia

  • Before her official name was revealed, fans referred to her as Soul referring to Pokémon SoulSilver Version, based on the name used by Leaf.
  • Some fans assume that Kris and Lyra are one and the same. Takao Unno revealed in an interview that he designed Lyra from scratch.
  • Lyra shares many of her Japanese default names with Leaf and Dawn. She also shares all of Kris's default Japanese names.
  • Occasionally, Lyra will call and claim that her Marill evolved into Azumarill. However, regardless of this, her Marill is never shown to have evolved, implying she has more than one Marill.
  • Lyra is 4'11" tall and weighs 90.4 lbs.

Names

Like her Japanese name, Lyra's international names are all derived from musical instruments.

Language Name Origin
Japanese コトネ Kotone From 琴音 kotone, "sound of koto".
English, German Lyra From lyre.
French Célesta From celesta.
Italian Cetra From cetra.
Spanish Lira From lira, lyre.
Korean 금선 Geumseon Means "Geum string."
Chinese (Mandarin) 琴音 Qínyīn From 琴音 kotone. Literally means "sound of qin." 琴 (qín) is also a general term for free reed, string and keyboard instruments.



Capture tutors
Old manPrimoDudeEthan/LyraWallyLucas/DawnProfessor JuniperBiancaCalem/Serena


Core series: RedLeafEthanKrisLyraBrendanMayLucasDawn
HilbertHildaNateRosaCalemSerena
Side series: WesMichael
Spin-off games: LunickSolanaKellynKateBenSummer
MarkMintHeroHeroineLucy FleetfootTodd Snap


Non-player characters in the core series games
Johto Professor ElmProfessor OakMomEthanLyraSilverMr. PokémonEusineLanceRedKiyoBaobaMagnusEarlKurt
CarrieMaryBuenaRadio DirectorHaircut brothersWebsterMaster of the Dragon Tamer ClanLiWilmaPrimoJetDudeMr. Game
Team RocketGym guideGym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsKimono GirlsName RaterFelicityTealaCameron

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