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Princess Sara

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Princess Sara

Princess Sara (Japanese: セーラ姫 Princess Sara) is the Princess of the Mirage Kingdom.

She appeared in The Princess and the Togepi and A Togepi Mirage!. After noticing Team Rocket's blimp landing, she found Misty's Togepi injured in the fountain at the palace garden. Sara's parents, the King and Queen of the Mirage Kingdom, and the caretaker, Miranda, thought the Togepi belonged to Sara, so when Misty arrived, they assumed she was a thief. Misty explained about Colonel Hansen, and Sara gave Togepi back.

After Togepi was stolen again by Hansen, and after Hansen sent Sara's parents to the dungeon, Ash and company helped her stop Hansen. She vowed never to let an impure-hearted person rule the Mirage Kingdom, because if the kingdom was ruled by someone with an impure heart, this would destroy the Togepi Paradise. After Hansen got arrested, one of the Togepi from the Togepi Paradise decides to join her, and she becomes eligible to be the ruler of the Kingdom.

Pokémon

Princess Sara's Togepi
Togepi
Sara found a Togepi of her own as it stayed behind when the others and Togetic went to the Togepi Paradise.
Debut A Togepi Mirage!

Taken care of

Misty's Togepi
Togepi
Main article: Misty's Togetic

Sara took care of this Togepi after it got separated from its Trainer when they were hit by Shedinja's SolarBeam. She gave the Togepi back to Misty after realizing that it belonged to her.

Debut Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon!
Voice actors
Japanese Satomi Kōrogi
English Satomi Kōrogi

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 豊口めぐみ Megumi Toyoguchi
English Tara Jayne
European Spanish Adelaida López

Trivia

  • In Hebrew, the name "Sara" means princess.


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