Grace (Hoenn)

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グレース Grace
Gender Female
Eye color Blue
Hair color Dark red
Hometown Unknown
Region Hoenn
Trainer class Coordinator
Anime debut Pros and Con Artists
English voice actor Priscilla Everett
Japanese voice actor Chisa Yokoyama

Grace (Japanese: グレース Grace) is a Pokémon Coordinator who appeared in the anime. She appeared in Pros and Con Artists and Come What May! as a competitor in the Fallarbor Contest.


Grace was first seen training her Medicham in the Fallarbor Town Pokémon Center. May was very impressed with her and respected her very much as a Coordinator. Whenever May complimented her, Grace's face became red and she began laughing hysterically.

During the Contest, Grace was able to pass the Appeals Round and defeat Drew in the Battle Round. She eventually battled May and they both put up a good fight. However, May's Beautifly ended up being stronger than Grace's Medicham and won the battle, granting May her first Contest Ribbon. After the battle, May complimented Grace on her battling skills, and once again her face turned red and she began laughing.

Despite losing, Grace proved herself to be a very skilled Coordinator. She trains with her Medicham by having it float in the air. Grace was also able to tell that Team Rocket was selling fake Pokéblocks for the Contest when nobody else was able to. She asked, "What Berries are in those?" to which Meowth answered: "Umm... Berries?"

Grace had a cameo appearance in Deceit and Assist, watching the Hoenn Grand Festival on TV.


Grace's Medicham
Medicham is the only known Pokémon Grace has. It first appeared in Pros and Con Artists, where it is seen in Fallarbor Town Pokémon Center meditating with Grace. After introducing themselves, they have dinner, where it is revealed that she won all three of her Ribbons using her Medicham. Later that night, Grace show her appeals to the group using a beautiful combination of Ice Punch and Confusion to sparkle up the moonlight sky.

A couple of days later, Team Rocket had set up another scam, this time painting normal Pokéblock Gold and Silver, telling the buyers that it was special. Because of Grace's Contest expertise she was able to quickly recognize that the Pokéblock was fake, Medicham used Confusion revealing the scammers to be none other than Team Rocket. Escaping in their balloon with 5 Pokémon including Medicham and May's Beautifly, Medicham uses another Confusion letting all the Pokémon go, as the balloon crashes onto the ground. Jessie sends out Seviper, but is quickly defeated with a Hi Jump Kick sending Team Rocket blasting off.

Medicham appears again in Come What May! in the Fallarbor Town Contest, in the Appeals Round it shows a stunning Hi Jump Kick getting Grace through to the next round. Medicham is up against Drew and his Roselia, Medicham uses Meditate. Roselia is able to dodge a powerful Ice Punch but is hit by its own Petal Dance. Medicham suddenly makes a glacier using its Ice Punch as Roselia launches a SolarBeam, but it reflects off, hitting Roselia and dealing a lot of damage. Medicham knocks out Roselia with another Hi Jump Kick, sending Grace through to the finals against May.

The final round begins with May using her Beautifly. Medicham is able to dodge a few attacks but is hit with a powerful Silver Wind, knocking it points half way. Beautifly is badly hurt but uses a spinning String Shot and Tackle combination, tying Medicham up. With only 30 seconds left, Medicham and Beautifly clash head on with a huge explosion sending each of them to different parts of the hall. Suddenly, time is up, and Beautifly wins earning May her first Ribbon.

Medicham's known moves are Ice Punch, Confusion, Hi Jump Kick and Meditate .

Debut Pros and Con Artists
Voice actors
Japanese Chie Satō
English Pete Zarustica


Grace's Ribbons

Ribbons obtained

Hoenn Ribbons

Voice actresses

Language Voice actor
Japanese 横山智佐 Chisa Yokoyama
English Priscilla Everett
Brazilian Portuguese Letícia Quinto
European Spanish María del Mar Jorcano

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