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Layla (Unova)

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Layla

Layla (Japanese: レイラ Layla) is the character of the day in Unrest at the Nursery!. She is the co-owner of a Pokémon Day Care not far from Humilau City. She is well-meaning but often clumsy, tripping on small rocks several times throughout the course of the episode. Ash and his friends ran into her while she was looking for a Rufflet and Vullaby that had escaped from the day care when she tripped over a rock. She found Rufflet and Vullaby and Ash and his friends followed her to the day care.

After she introduced them to the manager of the day care, Ash, Iris, and Cilan decided to help Layla with her work. However, the Rufflet and Vullaby didn't get along, and the Vullaby eventually escaped once again. Ash and Iris decided to maintain the day care, while Cilan went with Layla to find Vullaby. When they eventually found Vullaby, they ran into a group of wild Amoonguss. Vullaby was in danger of becoming poisoned, when Rufflet attacked the Amoonguss, followed by Cilan's Crustle, who blocked the path with Rock Slide, saving Vullaby.

Layla and Cilan still had to find a way back to the day care. On their way, they met Ash, who was looking for them. With his help, they almost managed to pass a cliff safely, though Layla fell, right into the water below the cliff, together with Rufflet and Vullaby. After they reached the shoreline, she gave both Pokémon a big hug. She returned with Ash and Cilan to the day care and while running, Layla tripped over a rock once again, though now Cilan grabbed her hand, preventing her from falling.

Pokémon

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Taken care of

Layla's Rufflet
Rufflet
Rufflet was a Pokémon in the day care who usually gets into a fight with Vullaby. During a crisis with several Amoonguss, he managed to save Vullaby from them after she was hit by the Amoonguss's Sludge Bomb, thus ending their feud.

Rufflet's known moves are Peck and Air Slash.

Debut Unrest at the Nursery!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Tom Wayland
Layla's Vullaby
Vullaby
Vullaby was a Pokémon in the day care who would usually get into a fight with Rufflet. One of their fights caused Vullaby to escape from the Day Care and she stumbled across a number of Amoonguss who attacked her with Sludge Bomb. Vullaby ended up being saved by Rufflet and Cilan's Crustle, with the latter using Rock Slide to block the mushroom Pokémon's path. Due to Rufflet's actions towards the Amoonguss, Vullaby eventually became friends with Rufflet.

Vullaby's known moves are Pluck and Punishment.

Debut Unrest at the Nursery!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Erica Schroeder
Layla's Petilil
Petilil
Petilil was one of the Pokémon that Layla took care of in the day care.

Petilil's only known move is Stun Spore.

Debut Unrest at the Nursery!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michele Knotz
Layla's Whimsicott
Whimsicott
Whimsicott was one of the Pokémon who Layla took care of in the day care. During the time Vullaby and Rufflet were fighting, Vullaby managed to hit Whimsicott with Punishment.

Whimsicott's only known move is Gust.

Debut Unrest at the Nursery!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michele Knotz
Layla's Karrablast
Karrablast
Karrablast was one of the Pokémon who Layla took care of in the day care. It was hit in the head by a nut from Rufflet, causing it to create an outburst of noise in the form of Bug Buzz.

Karrablast's only known move is Bug Buzz.

Debut Unrest at the Nursery!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Alyson Rosenfeld

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 中島愛 Megumi Nakajima
English Cristina Vee
European Spanish Blanca Hualde


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