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Daisy, Violet and Lily -- The Sensational Sisters

The Sensational Sisters (Japanese: ハナダ姉妹 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 battle-challenges and instead perform water ballet shows for the residents of Cerulean City. Their younger sister Misty would eventually take over as Gym Leader.

In the anime

They first appeared in the episode The Water Flowers of Cerulean City. When Ash came to the Gym to earn his Cascade Badge, he, with his Pikachu and Brock, were surprised to find that instead of a battle, a show was going on where the sisters were performing. At the end of the show, Ash found them out and asked them about the Gym Leader. They informed him that they were the Gym Leaders, but as their Pokémon were tired, they no longer battled. Daisy then offered to give away the Cascade Badge to Ash for nothing. Misty however appeared just then and challenged Ash to a battle to win the Badge.

They were continuing to neglect the Gym duties 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 afterward 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. 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 the trio filling in when Misty is away. Despite this, 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. It was shown that they already did give away Badges to Trainers, since Jimmy's only Badge was the Cascade Badge, because he helped them clean the gym.

Pokémon

Luverin
Luverin
Main article: Caserin and Luverin

Daisy's Luvdisc, nicknamed Luverin (Japanese: ラブリン Loverine), is a Pokémon that was owned for a water show. At first, Luverin did not show interest in Caserin but after defeating Butch and Cassidy, she changed her mind.

Debut Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing
Voice actors
Japanese Kyoko Hikami
English Rachael Lillis
Cerulean Gym's Dewgong
Dewgong
Main article: Dewgong (Cerulean Gym)

The Cerulean Gym's Dewgong first appeared as a Seel when Ash was about to challenge the Sensational Sisters. Later, Seel was one of the Pokémon performing in a play hosted by the sisters. It evolved into a Dewgong during the middle of battling Jessie's Arbok.

Debut The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Voice actors
Japanese Yuji Ueda
English Michael Haigney
Misty's Starmie
Starmie
Main article: Misty's Starmie

The Sensational Sisters took care of Starmie so it can spend some time swimming in one of the pools at the gym.

Debut The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Voice actors
Japanese Ikue Ohtani
English Ikue Ohtani
Misty's Horsea
Horsea
Main article: Misty's Horsea

The Sensational Sisters took care of Horsea so it can get exercise in the Cerulean Gym pools.

Debut Tentacool & Tentacruel
Voice actors
Japanese Machiko Toyoshima
English Rachael Lillis
Sensational Sisters's Seaking
Seaking
The Sensational Sisters's 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 pretend to go to sleep. When Team Rocket take over the show and capture several Goldeen, Seaking helps by jabbing its horn into Jessie's Arbok and in the end the Goldeen get free. It is later seen in the finale of the performance.

It makes a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.

Seaking's known moves are Horn Attack and Horn Drill.

Debut The Misty Mermaid
Goldeen (Multiple)
Goldeen (Multiple)
The Sensational Sisters's multiple Goldeen iinhabit the pool in the Cerulean Gym along with many other Water Pokémon. They first appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretend to go to sleep. When Team Rocket take over the show they get the Goldeen trapped in a net. In the end with the help of Ash and his friends including Seaking and Dewgong they are able to get the Goldeen free. It is later seen in the finale of the performance.

Three make a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.

Debut The Misty Mermaid
Shellder (Multiple)
Shellder (Multiple)
The Sensational Sisters's Shellder inhabit the pool in the Cerulean Gym along with many other Water Pokémon. They first appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretend to go to sleep. It is later seen in the finale of the performance.

One makes a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.

Debut The Misty Mermaid
Sensational Sisters's Seel
Seel
The Sensational Sisters owns another Seel. This Seel made several appearances in Pokémon Chronicles.
Debut The Blue Badge of Courage

In the manga

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Daisy, Violet and Lily in the manga

Daisy, Violet and Lily appear in the manga series The Electric Tale of Pikachu, which is based on the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, the three sisters run the Cerulean Gym together.

The sisters's first appearance is in Play Misty For Me. They were originally going to battle Ash for the Cascade Badge, however, 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.

Trivia

  • 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.

In other languages

  • French: Sœurs Sensationnelles
  • German: Azuria-Schwestern
  • Italian Sorelle Sensazionali


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