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The Sea Temple, '''Samiya''' (misspelled as '''Samaya''' in [[Chuang Yi]]'s manga translation), or '''Akusha''' in both Japanese and the Viz manga translation (Japanese: '''アクーシャ''' ''Akusha'') is an underwater palace built by the [[People of the Water]]. It has a complex structure and holds the [[Sea Crown]] in its depths.
 
The Sea Temple, '''Samiya''' (misspelled as '''Samaya''' in [[Chuang Yi]]'s manga translation), or '''Akusha''' in both Japanese and the Viz manga translation (Japanese: '''アクーシャ''' ''Akusha'') is an underwater palace built by the [[People of the Water]]. It has a complex structure and holds the [[Sea Crown]] in its depths.
   
The People of the Water built the temple where the {{OBP|Manaphy|movie 9}} lived. All Manaphy have homing instincts that guide them to the temple even though it has a cloaking device. Though it cannot be seen regularly, as it blends in with the water, it will appear visibly under a lunar eclipse. It floats around with the current presently, but used to stay put.
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The People of the Water built the temple where the {{OBP|Manaphy|movie 9}} lived. All Manaphy have homing instincts that guide them to the temple even though it has a cloaking device. Though it cannot be seen regularly, as it blends in with the water, it will appear visibly under the red moonlight of a lunar eclipse. It floats around with the current presently, but used to stay put.
   
 
During the events of ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'', the temple started to sink when [[The Phantom|Phantom]] pulled crystals out of the Sea Crown. Fortunately, it returned to normal after the crystals were placed back in the Sea Crown.
 
During the events of ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'', the temple started to sink when [[The Phantom|Phantom]] pulled crystals out of the Sea Crown. Fortunately, it returned to normal after the crystals were placed back in the Sea Crown.

Revision as of 02:42, 22 February 2011

Samiya
アクーシャ Akusha
Samiya.png
Samiya after it has risen from the ocean
Region Unknown
Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea

The Sea Temple, Samiya (misspelled as Samaya in Chuang Yi's manga translation), or Akusha in both Japanese and the Viz manga translation (Japanese: アクーシャ Akusha) is an underwater palace built by the People of the Water. It has a complex structure and holds the Sea Crown in its depths.

The People of the Water built the temple where the Manaphy lived. All Manaphy have homing instincts that guide them to the temple even though it has a cloaking device. Though it cannot be seen regularly, as it blends in with the water, it will appear visibly under the red moonlight of a lunar eclipse. It floats around with the current presently, but used to stay put.

During the events of Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, the temple started to sink when Phantom pulled crystals out of the Sea Crown. Fortunately, it returned to normal after the crystals were placed back in the Sea Crown.

Official maps of the Pokémon world clearly show it being located near Kanto, but during the movie it is actually south of Cherrygrove City, which is situated in the Johto region. However, considering how the movie states that it moves with the current, that could just as easily have been the current location of it.

In the TCG

In the Movie Promo set of Pokémon Trading Card Game, there are cards of Pokémon from Samiya. The cards on the following list all belong to either the Sea or Samiya.

Name Type Level Rarity Set Set no.
Samiya's Mantyke Water - - 9th Movie Half Deck (no English release) 3/19
Samiya's Buizel Water - - 9th Movie Half Deck (no English release) 4/19
Sea's Manaphy Water - - 9th Movie Half Deck (no English release) 5/19
Samiya's Fearow Colorless - - 9th Movie Half Deck (no English release) 9/19
Samiya's Mantyke Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 137/"PCG-P"
Samiya's Buizel Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 138/"PCG-P"
Sea's Manaphy Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 139/"PCG-P"
Samiya's Chatot Colorless - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 143/"PCG-P"
Sea's Manaphy Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 146/"PCG-P"
Sea's Manaphy Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 147/"PCG-P"
Sea's Manaphy Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 150/"PCG-P"
Samiya's Buizel Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 151/"PCG-P"
Samiya's Chatot Colorless - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 152/"PCG-P"
Sea's Manaphy Water - - "PCG-P" Promotional cards (no English release) 154/"PCG-P"

Trivia

In Other Languages

Language Name Origin
Chinese (Taiwan) 亞克夏 Yàkèxià Transliteration of its Japanese name.


Other anime-exclusive locations
Mystery Dungeon world: Sinister Cave
Region unknown: Brindille TownFula CityGanga TownGenesect's homeInua TownLapidarian HighlandsMocha Town
Mount TenseiNorth PolePokémon Nurse SchoolRaizen MountainsSamiyaSento Cherry TownTokyo City
Extraterrestrial locations: Millennium Comet
Inter-dimensional locations: Deoxys's unnamed worldGhost WorldMirror WorldPoipole's worldReverse WorldUnown Dimension
Anime-location templates
KantoOrange ArchipelagoJohtoHoennSinnohUnovaDecolore IslandsKalosAlolaOther

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