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Melodi

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Melodi

Melodi (Japanese: マリア Maria) is a character of the day in Mutiny in the Bounty!.

While she was watering flowers in her garden, she had her Gardevoir stolen by the evil Pokémon Hunter J and her ruthless followers. Ash, Brock and Dawn noticed what was happening and had to help her get Gardevoir back. When Ash tried to rescue Melodi's Gardevoir, Pikachu was stolen. The same thing happened to Team Rocket's Meowth after Jessie and James attempted to steal all the Pokémon that J and her henchmen had stolen.

After a brief confrontation with J, Ash and Team Rocket managed to sneak into J's airborne fortress and rescue Melodi's Gardevoir. After rescuing all the Pokémon J stole, Melodi was reunited with her Gardevoir.

Pokémon

This listing is of Melodi's known Pokémon:

Melodi's Gardevoir
Gardevoir
Melodi's Gardevoir was first seen watering some plants with its Trainer. Then, J arrived and used Ariados to bind Melodi at a tree. Gardevoir was told to use Teleport but with the help of J's heat-seeking goggles, Gardevoir was captured. J's henchmen stored Gardevoir in a pod along with the other Pokémon. Ash and his Pokémon arrived to save Gardevoir but J detached the pod from the main ship. As they were all falling, Gardevoir used Teleport and saved everyone else on that pod.

Gardevoir's only known move is Teleport.

Debut Mutiny in the Bounty!
Melodi's Kirlia
Kirlia
Kirlia was only seen after Melodi told it to reveal to the group where Pokémon Hunter J was going to strike next.
Debut Mutiny in the Bounty!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 植竹香菜 Kana Uetake
English Rhonda Krempa
Polish Katarzyna Łaska
European Spanish Sandra Jara

Trivia

  • Melodi's English name was never mentioned in the dubbed version of this episode. It was only seen twice via closed captioning. However, Pokémon.com formally referred to her as Maria, her Japanese name.
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