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| The Five Sisters of Squirtle
Enter the Five Zenigame Sisters
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The Five Sisters of Squirtle (Japanese: ゼニガメ５人姉妹参上, Enter the Five Zenigame Sisters), is the first chapter of the fourth volume of Magical Pokémon Journey.
Squirtle's five sisters have invited him and Almond to their home -- they want to meet the boy Squirtle's been spending so much time with. But they have something up their sleeves... if Almond can't pass their tests, Squirtle will have to move back home with them!
Important characters and Pokémon
Squirtle has five sisters, and they've invited him to come home and visit, along with Almond. (Naturally, Hazel tags along too.) After a brief introduction, the sisters push Almond through a trap door! (Hazel, Pikachu, and Clefairy join him.) Kamemi tells Almond that they're testing whether he's good enough for Squirtle. And if not, they'll make Squirtle move back home!
Almond's first test comes from Kamemi, the second-eldest sister: He must eat a bowl of noodles in under a minute. Burning his tongue, he passes with five seconds to spare, but fails the multiple-choice paper test of third-eldest Kamena. "I hoped you'd be a rebel who'd give the test back blank!"
Now Almond, Hazel, Pikachu, and Clefairy fall through another trapdoor. The next test comes from Squirtle's younger
sisters, Kame'e and Kameyo. They've rigged a spiked wall to chase Almond and the others through an obstacle course! Miraculously, they survive.
The final test is from Kameko, the eldest sister. She challenges Almond to a one-on-one battle! As she fires a Hydro Pump, Squirtle jumps in the way and takes the full blast of the attack. Accepting Squirtle's choice to live with Almond, Kameko gives Almond a great big ol' hug...
...which leaves him in a coma for three months.
- Squirtle's family is introduced.
- The name of Kame'e (カメエ) is romanized in the English translation as Kamee. It has been written with an apostrophe here in the Bulbapedia to indicate that it is pronounced kah-me-e and not kah-mi.