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Bonnie (Japanese: ユリーカ Eureka) is a young girl introduced in Pokémon X and Y. She is the younger sister of Clemont.
In the games
Bonnie is present as an unwavering companion and supporter for her brother during his Gym battle with the player character. During the player's challenge of the Gym, she runs the quiz that the player must solve in order to challenge Clemont.
After defeating the Champion, Bonnie can be found on the first floor of Prism Tower. If talked to with a Pokémon with max Affection in front of the party, she will award the player with a Best Friends Ribbon.
- "Aren't you done yet?"
- "Oh, Shauna! And you are...a challenger? Sorry, but could you wait a moment? C'mon, Clemont!"
- "Yeah. Right. Whatever. There are challengers waiting for you, you know. Prism Tower itself is Lumiose City's Pokémon Gym!"
- "This is the Gym Leader of Lumiose City, Clemont! You'd better watch out! My brother's strong! As strong as you'd expect a Lumiose City Gym Leader to be, got it?"
- "I know, I know! Anyway, I hope you two have an awesome battle!"
- "M-my brother... You lost?"
- "Oh, I know! I know this one! It's TM24! That's Thunderbolt! It has a power of 90 and its accuracy is 100 percent! It'll never miss! It's a really popular Electric move because of that!"
- "You sure are an amazing Pokémon Trainer, mister/miss. I hope you'll help my geeky bro learn a bit!"
- "Oh, you and <Pokémon> are..."
- (Pokémon with no or one Affection heart)
- "Sort of friends, perhaps? Am I right?"
- (Pokémon with two hearts)
- "Becoming good friends! I can tell!"
- (Pokémon with three hearts)
- "Pretty good friends! Can I pet it?"
- (Pokémon with four hearts)
- "Really good friends! I want to play with it!"
- (Pokémon with max Affection)
- "Really, really good friends! I want to give it Poké Puffs and play with it! (receive Ribbon) Please cherish your friendship forever and ever!"
- (Pokémon with max Affection after receiving Ribbon)
- "Really, really good friends! I can tell you've poured your love into it so much! How wonderful!"
In the anime
- Main article: Bonnie (anime)
Bonnie appears in the XY series as a companion for Ash alongside Serena and her brother Clemont. She and Clemont first met Ash in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin! and began traveling with him in A Battle of Aerial Mobility!.
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Bonnie in Pokémon Adventures
Bonnie is first seen arriving at the aftermath of a battle between X and a member of Team Flare inside of the Prism Tower. To her surprise, Bonnie notices that one of the Pokémon that kept the tower active during a blackout had gone missing. She then goes off to inform Clemont about what happened.
Later, Bonnie, along with Clemont, Alexa, Viola, and Yvette, confronts Team Flare at Route 10 in order to free the captured Pokémon there. Together, the group manages to defeat all the members of Team Flare and rescue the captured Pokémon. After Team Flare is fully defeated, Bonnie and her allies meet with X and his friends at Lumiose City to congratulate them on their victory. She and Clemont also return Shauna's missing Furfrou to its Trainer.
At Prism Tower
- Main article: Élec
This Electrike escaped the Prism Tower after X defeated the Lumiose Press editor-in-chief. It decided to follow X after it had been impressed by his skills.
None of Electrike's moves are known.
|| Charging After Electrike
| This Furfrou originally belonged to Shauna. It was caught in an explosion at Vaniville Town and was separated from its Trainer. Afterward, it found its way to the Pokémon Village, where it was captured by Team Flare in order for its life energy to be used as fuel for the ultimate weapon. It was rescued by Bonnie and her friends and was later returned to Shauna.
|| An X-cuse to Come Out and Play
||From Eureka lemon
||From Bonnie Brae, a variety of lemon
||From Clementine, a hybrid citrus fruit, and similar to her brother's name
||From her Japanese name
||From her Japanese name
||Transliteration of her Japanese name. Contains 柚 yòu, (pomelo).
||Mandarin-based transliteration of her Japanese name. Contains 柚 yáu, (pomelo).