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Alyssa

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Alyssa

Alyssa (Japanese: イズナ Izuna) is a character of the day from Hoenn who appeared in A Different Kind of Misty!.

She is Thatcher's sister. She and her brother have the duty of protecting the light stone, which was given to their village by a 'legendary hero' with a Pikachu many years ago to operate the mountain's lighthouse. She uses her Magnemite to charge the light stone, allowing passing travelers to make their way safely through the heavy fog.

During the episode, she mistakes Ash and his friends as the thieves that stole the light stone (when it was actually Team Rocket), but later apologizes for her mistake. She is also grateful to Ash for teaching her brother how to believe in his Plusle and Minun.

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Alyssa's Magnemite
Magnemite
Magnemite is Alyssa's only known Pokémon. She uses its electricity to power the light stone, which guides travelers through the thick fog of the mountain pass.

Magnemite's only known move is Thunderbolt.

Debut A Different Kind of Misty!

Voice actresses

Language Voice actor
Japanese 白鳥由里 Yuri Shiratori
English Rachael Lillis
Polish Katarzyna Łukaszyńska
Brazilian Portuguese Flávia Narciso
European Spanish María del Mar Jorcano


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