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Ilima
イリマ Ilima
Sun Moon Ilima.png
Artwork from Sun and Moon
Age 11-19SM
Gender Male
Eye color Gray
Hair color Pink
Hometown Hau'oli City
Region Alola
Relatives Unnamed mother, father
Trainer class Trial Captain
Generation VII
Games Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Specializes in Normal types
Anime debut Turning Heads and Training Hard!
English voice actor Michael Liscio Jr.
Japanese voice actor Yudai Chiba

Ilima (Japanese: イリマ Ilima) is the Trial Captain of Melemele Island's Verdant Cavern. He specializes in Normal-type Pokémon.

In the games

Ilima is a graduate of the Trainers' School on Route 1 and is admired as a hero by the students there. Some call him the "Prince of the Trainers' School". While he typically acts polite and dignified, he becomes a very different person in the midst of Pokémon battles.

The player first meets Ilima alongside Professor Kukui in the Trainers' School after defeating the Teacher there. He later appears at the Marina when two Team Skull Grunts disrupt his conversation with the player. After defeating the Grunts, he challenges the player to a battle.

Ilima later appears as the player's guide to their first trial in Verdant Cavern.

After clearing Hala's grand trialSM/becoming the ChampionUSUM, the player can visit the second floor of his house in the Hau'oli City Shopping District, where Ilima is in his room. He says he is researching on Pokémon battling, and brings the player to the Trainers' School, where he battles the player.

In Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Ilima can be fought at Hau'oli Cemetery during Mina's trial to earn the Orange Petal. In addition, after the player has defeated him in a battle during the post-game, he will give the player a piece of Normalium Z to be delivered to Verdant Cavern for new trial-goers. When the player tries to place the Z-Crystal on the pedestal in Totem's Den, the Totem Pokémon of Verdant Cavern will challenge them to a rematch. After the Totem is defeated, the player can place the Z-Crystal on its proper place.

According to his mother, Ilima used to study in the Kalos region in the past.

Pokémon

Ilima's Pokémon are kept in Ultra Balls.

Pokémon Sun and Moon

First battle

Rowlet If the player chose Rowlet:



Litten If the player chose Litten:



Popplio If the player chose Popplio:



Second battle


Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

First battle

Rowlet If the player chose Rowlet:



Litten If the player chose Litten:



Popplio If the player chose Popplio:



Mina's trial


Post-game


Quotes

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Pokémon Sun and Moon

Trainers' School
"Greetings! Captain Ilima here."
"I couldn't help but observe your battles. You looked so very delightful in battle that I had no choice but to summon you here."
"I see! Then welcome, newcomer. I look forward to seeing the brilliance of your moves in my trial."
"Indeed! We captains are the ones who conduct the trials you will face on your way to challenging the island kahuna."
"My trial is held in Verdant Cavern. The trial of Captain Ilima."
"You can find Pokémon living everywhere, even in the patches of tall grass in Hau'oli City. Perhaps you'll want to fill out your team a bit before attempting my trial?"
"I sincerely look forward to your challenge."
Hau'oli City Marina
"Greetings. It's me, Captain Ilima."
"Oh! You, from the Trainers' School! Already made your way to Hau'oli, hmm?"
"Oh my... How terrifying..."
"Only thieves steal people's Pokémon. I won't stand for it. <Player>, wasn't it? I'll ask you to take care of that one. I'll get rid of this one."
"Again? Oh my... How terrifying..."
"My thanks to you and your Pokémon. Why don't I heal your team to express my gratitude?"
"I must admit, I've been wondering about you since I saw you at the Trainers' School... Professor Kukui brought you along, and you and your Pokémon seemed to defeat our teacher so effortlessly! Very well then! Allow me to see if you're ready for my trial!"
No: "Well then! I'll wait until you are ready to take me on."
Yes: "Behold the magnificent Pokémon of the one and only Captain Ilima!"
  • Upon being defeated
"Yes! You have emerged victorious!"
  • After being defeated
"You—or should I say you and your Pokémon— make quite the interesting team!"
"I do hope you'll come to Verdant Cavern and attempt the trial—the trial of Ilima! You can get there from Route 2... That Rotom Dex of yours will show you the way."
"I bid you Alola!"
Route 2
"Greetings. Captain Ilima here."
"And my trial..."
"begins mere steps from here in Verdant Cavern!"
"Note that the Pokémon living within Verdant Cavern are quite fierce. I wouldn't venture in unless you've prepared some Potions and so forth. Through attempting the trials during the island challenge, one can exceed his or her own limits. ...That is what the Alolan people believe."
"Once you enter Verdant Cavern, you will not be able to leave until you have completed the trial. Are you prepared for the trial?"
No: "Please make your preparations. I'll be waiting for you!"
Yes: "I'll be waiting for you!"
Verdant Cavern
"Let me formally welcome you to Verdant Cavern! I am your captain, Ilima. Allow me to explain the basics of my trial."
"What you should attempt to do is..."
"Defeat three of the Pokémon that lurk here in their dens!"
"Then reach the pedestal deep within the cave... and collect the Z-Crystal there! You'll need to be completely in sync with your Pokémon to succeed."
"Oh dear! And there's one more thing I forgot to mention."
"Many strong Pokémon make their home in this cave, but one stronger and more fearsome than all the rest, known as a Totem Pokémon, also resides here! It will be the greatest obstacle you face as you attempt to clear my trial!"
"By the way, until you clear the trial, you will not be able to catch Pokémon in Verdant Cavern."
"This is but one of the seven trials you will face during your island challenge."
"And it begins now! The trial of Captain Ilima!"
  • If talked to again
"Yes, <player>? Would you like to give up so you can better prepare for my trial? Keep in mind you'll have to start from the beginning if you give up now, though!"
Yes: "I see. Unfortunately, I'll have to ask you to go make whatever preparations you may need to and then come back to try again."
No: "Good! Then go and defeat the three Pokémon. Only then will you be able to claim the Z-Crystal waiting in the final chamber of the cave!"
  • If the player restarted the trial
"Yes, <player>? I take it you would like to attempt my trial again?"
Yes: "Very well, let the trial begin!"
No: "I see. Unfortunately, I'll have to ask you to go make whatever preparations you may need to and then come back to try again."
"What an incredible Trainer you are!"
"For you to be able to defeat the Totem Pokémon that I had trained up to such a powerful state... I don't know what I can say!"
"Working in harmony with your Pokémon, you have cleared the trial of Ilima! You're a phenomenal Trainer! Congratulations, <player>! The Z-Crystal from the pedestal is yours now!"
"What you have just received is the Normal Z-Crystal! It is known as Normalium Z! Now if you let a Pokémon that can use a Normal-type move hold that..."
"and strike an elegant pose like this one... then you will be able to strengthen a Normal-type move by unleashing Z-Power!"
"Moving right along..."
"Ah, yes. First, there is one thing I forgot to mention."
"The Totem Pokémon! In every locale where a captain holds his or her trials, you will encounter a particularly strong Pokémon, like GumshoosS/RaticateM just now. And during battles against such Pokémon, they may summon allies to shore up their offense. It's not a tactic often seen in other regions. Perhaps Pokémon in Alola are simply more inclined to help one another?"
"Since you have managed to defeat the Totem Pokémon and proved yourself, you can now try to catch any of the Pokémon you find here in this cave. In fact, have some Great Balls."
"And here, let me see to your Pokémon after all of their hard work in there!"
"If we're done here, I have something interesting I'd like to show you. Come with me to Route 3."
Route 2
"Greetings. Captain Ilima here. As you travel around the islands of Alola, you will find captains' barricades here and there. These barricades help mark areas where particularly strong Pokémon can be found. Anyone can pass through them, of course, if they are escorted by a strong Trainer. Those attempting the island challenge can pass the barricades, as long as they clear the trials. Are you ready? Then behold the power of a captain!"
"Voila! Your world just got a little bigger."
"I am the only captain here on Melemele Island, meaning my trial is the only one here."
"Now that you have cleared the trial, please inform our island kahuna, Hala!"
"Oh, so is that why you've been looking so ragged, Professor?"
"I can go and have a look around the cave for you, in case she wandered that way."
Iki Town
"Congratulations, <player>. I hope you find your Ride Pager useful. I worked on developing it with a friend of mine."
"Aren't Z-Powers lovely?"/"I'm amazed that you won without even using your Z-Power."
"Let's have a Pokémon battle when next we meet!"
"Very well then, off on your island challenge you go! May the future bring you happiness!"
Hau'oli City Shopping District
"Thank you for coming, <player>."'
"And you've arrived with such exquisite timing! I've been conducting research on battle planning for quite some time, and at last my simulation is complete!"
"Would you be so kind as to test it with me, <player>?"
Not now: "What a shame. Please do let me know when you are available."
Sure: "You have my gratitude. Very well then. To the Trainers' School!"
Trainers' School
"Before we begin, allow me to explain... It's not battle results that interest me. Rather, it's the carefully-thought-out strategies or novel tactics employed by Trainers. How those plans affect one's opponent and influence the outcome of battles—that is where my interest lies!"
"Now give me everything you've got, <player>!"
  • Upon being defeated
"Yes! It seems that you are once more victorious!"
  • After being defeated
"Wonderful! What a truly wonderful battle! I'll be feeling the aftershocks from that battle for a long time to come. That was the best I could've hoped for!"
"Thank you. Allow me to treat you to some tea and snacks back in my room."
Hau'oli City Shopping District
"Will you be on your way then? Allow me to offer you this as payment for your assistance."
"When a Pokémon holds an Everstone, it will not evolve. It has other effects as well, but let's set those aside for now. May our friendship last as long as an Everstone!"
  • If talked to again
"I think I'll begin analyzing our battle data. There are so many amazing discoveries yet to be made! Someday I hope to share them with everyone!"

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Trainers' School
"Greetings! Captain Ilima here."
"I couldn't help but observe your battles. You looked so very delightful in battle that I had no choice but to summon you here."
"I see! Then welcome, newcomer. I look forward to seeing the brilliance of your moves in my trial."
"Indeed! We captains are the ones who conduct the trials you will face on your way to challenging the island kahuna."
"My trial is held in Verdant Cavern. The trial of Captain Ilima."
"You can find Pokémon living everywhere, even in the patches of tall grass in Hau'oli City. Perhaps you'll want to fill out your team a bit before attempting my trial?"
"I sincerely look forward to your challenge."
Hau'oli City Shopping District
  • Outside the Pokémon Center
"Greetings. Captain Ilima here."
"So you've spotted me sticking up one of these lovely stickers, have you?"
"Oh yes! If young trial-goers collect these stickers as they travel and follow the path they indicate, they will quite naturally progress along their island challenge! Really, if I had to describe them, I would say these stickers really save trial-goers like you."
"But I cannot let my guard down...Those Team Skull thugs have far too much time on their hands, and they're always trying to get in the way of Trainers on their island challenge. I have to keep an eye on them to be sure they don't take down my stickers."
"I've actually just had a report that Team Skull was seen making trouble around town. I suppose I should go have a look. Well then, young <player>. I hope you'll have a delightful time running about to search out and collect Totem Stickers!"
  • After defeating Team Skull
"What a lovely battle you showed us there, against Team Skull. My thanks to you and your Pokémon. Why don't I heal your team to express my gratitude?"
"I must admit, I've been wondering about you since I saw you at the Trainers' School... Professor Kukui brought you along, and you and your Pokémon seemed to defeat our teacher so effortlessly! Very well then! Allow me to see if you're ready for my trial!"
No: "Well then! I'll wait until you are ready to take me on."
Yes: "Behold the magnificent Pokémon of the one and only Captain Ilima!"
  • Upon being defeated
"Yes! You have emerged victorious!"
  • After being defeated
"You—or should I say you and your Pokémon— make quite the interesting team!"
"I do hope you'll come to Verdant Cavern and attempt the trial—the trial of Ilima! You can get there from Route 2... That Rotom Dex of yours will show you the way."
"I bid you Alola!"
Route 2
"Greetings. Captain Ilima here."
"And my trial..."
"begins mere steps from here in Verdant Cavern!"
"Note that the Pokémon living within Verdant Cavern are quite fierce. I wouldn't venture in unless you've prepared some Potions and so forth. Through attempting the trials during the island challenge, one can exceed his or her own limits. ...That is what the Alolan people believe."
"Once you enter Verdant Cavern, you will not be able to leave until you have completed the trial. Are you prepared for the trial?"
No: "Please make your preparations. I'll be waiting for you!"
Yes: "I'll be waiting for you!"
Verdant Cavern
"Let me formally welcome you to Verdant Cavern! I am your captain, Ilima. Allow me to explain the basics of my trial."
"What you should attempt to do is..."
"Defeat three of the Pokémon that lurk here in their dens!"
"Then reach the pedestal deep within the cave... and collect the Z-Crystal there! You'll need to be completely in sync with your Pokémon to succeed."
"Oh dear! And there's one more thing I forgot to mention."
"Many strong Pokémon make their home in this cave, but one stronger and more fearsome than all the rest, known as a Totem Pokémon, also resides here! It will be the greatest obstacle you face as you attempt to clear my trial!"
"By the way, until you clear the trial, you will not be able to catch Pokémon in Verdant Cavern."
"This is but one of the eight trials you will face during your island challenge."
"And it begins now! The trial of Captain Ilima!"
  • If talked to again
"Not sure what to do? It's quite simple. Defeat the three Pokémon, reach the pedestal at the back of the cave, and get the Z-Crystal"
  • If the player tries to leave
"Yes, <player>? Would you like to give up so you can better prepare for my trial? Keep in mind you'll have to start from the beginning if you leave the cave now, though!"
Yes: "I see. Unfortunately, I'll have to ask you to go make whatever preparations you may need to and then come back to try again."
No: "Good! Then go and defeat the three Pokémon. Only then will you be able to claim the Z-Crystal waiting in the final chamber of the cave!"
  • If the player gave up or was defeated by one of the three Pokémon
"Yes, <player>? I take it you would like to attempt my trial again?"
Yes: "Good! Then go and defeat the three Pokémon. Only then will you be able to claim the Z-Crystal waiting in the final chamber of the cave! Very well, let the trial begin!"
No: "I see. Unfortunately, I'll have to ask you to go make whatever preparations you may need to and then come back to try again."
"The Totem GumshoosUS/RaticateUM is a formidable opponent for any Trainer to take on. It is a Normal-type Pokémon, so perhaps you should battle back with Fighting-type Pokémon or moves!"
"What an incredible Trainer you are!"
"For you to be able to defeat the Totem Pokémon that I had trained up to such a powerful state... I don't know what I can say!"
"Working in harmony with your Pokémon, you have cleared the trial of Ilima! You're a phenomenal Trainer! Congratulations, <player>! The Z-Crystal from the pedestal is yours now!"
"What you have just received is the Normal Z-Crystal! It is known as Normalium Z! Now if you let a Pokémon that can use a Normal-type-move hold that..."
"and strike an elegant pose like this one... then you will be able to strengthen a Normal-type move by unleashing Z-Power!"
"Moving right along..."
"Ah, yes. First, there is one thing I forgot to mention."
"The Totem Pokémon! In every locale where a captain holds his or her trials, you will encounter a particularly strong Pokémon, like GumshoosUS/RaticateUM just now. And during battles against such Pokémon, they may summon allies to shore up their offense. It's not a tactic often seen in other regions. Perhaps Pokémon in Alola are simply more inclined to help one another?"
"Since you have managed to defeat the Totem Pokémon and proved yourself, you can now try to catch any of the Pokémon you find here in this cave. In fact, have some Great Balls."
"And here, let me see to your Pokémon after all of their hard work in there!"
"If we're done here, I have something interesting I'd like to show you. Come with me to Route 3."
Route 2
"Greetings. Captain Ilima here. As you travel around the islands of Alola, you will find captains' barricades here and there. These barricades help mark areas where particularly strong Pokémon can be found. Anyone can pass through them, of course, if they are escorted by a strong Trainer. Those attempting the island challenge can pass the barricades, as long as they clear the trials. Are you ready? Then behold the power of a captain!"
"Voila! Your world just got a little bigger."
"I am the only captain here on Melemele Island, meaning my trial is the only one here."
"Now that you have cleared the trial, please inform our island kahuna, Hala!"
"Oh, so is that why you've been looking so ragged, Professor?"
"I can also look around where I think she might have wandered off to."
Iki Town
"Congratulations, <player>. Your performance has been a delight ever since I first laid eyes on you at the Trainers' School."
"Aren't Z-Powers lovely?"/"I'm amazed that you won without even using your Z-Power."
"Oh, I know! Why not stop by the Alola Photo Club for a commemorative photo? With Tauros, you can be down to Hau'oli City in no time at all."
"Very well then, off on your island challenge you go! May the future bring you happiness!"

Artwork

Illima concept art.png
Concept art


Sprites

Spr SM Ilima.png VSIlima.png VSIlima USUM.png
In-battle model from
Sun, Moon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
VS model from
Sun and Moon
VS model from
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Ilima SM OD.png
Overworld model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

In the anime

Ilima in the anime

Ilima first appeared in Turning Heads and Training Hard!. In the past, Tupp, a to-be member of Team Skull, got annoyed with him when he began to draw groups of girls to him instead. Later in life, Ilima attended and graduated from the Pokémon School, accomplishing a lot of milestone records; this earned the nickname of "Pokémon School Prince". It was even rumored that he could make Samson Oak's Komala open its eyes, but this ultimately turned out to be false, much to the disappointment of Professor Kukui's class. After graduating, he went to Kalos to study abroad and even participated in the Kalos League.

In the present day, Ilima battled Kagetora and won, earning him the Eevium Z. He later returned to the Pokémon School to say hello to Professor Kukui and Samson Oak, and was introduced to Ash and Lillie. After swimming with Ash and his classmates, Ilima showed them his Z-Ring and Eevium Z, and expressed his desire to get stronger with Eevee without needing to evolve it. Ash, finding something in common with Ilima, challenged him to a battle and he gladly accepted. Unfortunately, the two Trainers were interrupted by a gang of Team Skull Grunts, led by a vengeful Tupp. Ilima and Eevee defeated all of the Grunts by themselves, using a Last Resort boosted by Extreme Evoboost to send them flying away.

In Smashing with Sketch!, Ilima taught Ash and his classmates how to play Pokémon Ping-Pong before participating in a Pokémon Ping-Pong tournament himself. He eventually came face to face with another expert Pokémon Ping-Pong player, Ikari, in the finals. After an intense match, Ilima emerged victorious. Later that day, Ilima boarded a boat headed back to Kalos.

In SM128, Ilima returned to Alola to participate in the Manalo Conference. Ash attempted to greet him, only to be knocked over by Ilima's fanbase.


In SM129, Ilima was among the 151 Trainers taking part in the Battle Royal round of the Manalo Conference. Using Eevee, Ilima was able to defeat all of the Pokémon that Team Skull used against him before going up against Plumeria and her Salazzle. Ilima was ultimately able to defeat Plumeria and was among the 16 Trainers still standing at the end of the round. The match-ups for the next round revealed that he would be battling Guzma. Ilima was also revealed to be the favorite to win the Alola League.

In SM130, Ilima went up against Guzma, using his Kangaskhan to battle Guzma's Scizor. Despite Ilima Mega Evolving Kangaskhan, Scizor was able to defeat its opponent through strategy, thus eliminating Ilima from the competition, much to the dismay of his fan girls.

Ilima reappeared in a flashback in SM137.

Ilima will reappear in SM139.

Pokémon


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This listing is of Ilima's known Pokémon in the anime:

Ilima's Eevee
Eevee
Eevee is Ilima's first known Pokémon. It first appeared in Turning Heads and Training Hard!, in which it was seen defeating Kagetora's Eevee, earning its Trainer the Eevium Z. Later, Eevee was used to battle Team Skull, and it managed to single-handedly defeat their Pokémon.

In Smashing with Sketch!, Eevee was seen cheering Ilima on from the sidelines during the Pokémon Ping-Pong tournament.

In SM129, Ilima used Eevee during the Battle Royal preliminary round of the Manalo Conference, where it was able to defeat the many Pokémon that Team Skull used against it. It then went up against Plumeria and her Salazzle, eventually managing to defeat it and becoming among the 16 Pokémon remaining at the end.

Eevee's known moves are Swift, Quick Attack, Baby-Doll Eyes, and Last Resort.
Eevee is able to perform the Z-Move Extreme Evoboost.

Debut Turning Heads and Training Hard!
Voice actors
Japanese Risa Shimizu
English Erica Schroeder
Ilima's Smeargle
Smeargle
Smeargle is Ilima's second known Pokémon. It was used during the Pokémon Ping-Pong tournament, using its Sketch to copy the moves used by the opposing side's Pokémon. Eventually, Ilima and Smeargle won the tournament.

Smeargle's known moves are Sketch, Counter*, Drain Punch*, and High Jump Kick*.

Debut Smashing with Sketch!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Ryan William Downey
Ilima's Kangaskhan

Ilima's Mega Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan ↔ Mega Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan is Ilima's third known Pokémon. She was used during the Manalo Conference's first round, where she battled Guzma's Scizor. Despite Mega Evolving, Kangaskhan was soon defeated by Scizor after it kept endangering her baby, thus eliminating her Trainer from the competition.

Kangaskhan reappeared in a flashback in SM137.

Kangaskhan's known moves are Power-Up Punch, Rock Slide, and Low Kick. As a Mega Kangaskhan, her Ability is Parental Bond.

Debut SM130

Achievements

Badges obtained

This listing is of the Badges Ilima has obtained in the Kalos region:

Pokémon League

Ilima has competed in the following Pokémon League Conferences:

Pokémon competitions

Ilima has competed in the following Pokémon competitions:

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 千葉雄大 Yudai Chiba
English Michael Liscio Jr.
Polish Aleksander Sosiński
Spanish Latin America Elliot Leguizamo
Spain Luis Miguel Cajal

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Ilima in Pokémon Adventures

Ilima debuted in A Photoshoot and the Abandoned Thrifty Megamart. He was first mentioned by Mallow, who considered asking him and Acerola to join her, Kiawe, and Lana in raiding Team Skull's base. He first appeared in person at the Melemele Island Trainers' School, where he agreed to help Mallow and the others. Afterward, he met with Hau, who asked to join the Trial Captains confront Team Skull. The two traveled to Po Town, where they met with the others. Their presence alerted Team Skull's boss, Guzma, who demanded to know why his base was being invaded. When the Captains revealed they only wanted to talk, Guzma agreed on the condition they made it to him first. He then summoned a Pheromosa, Celesteela, and Guzzlord and had them attack the Captains and Hau. Despite their best efforts, Ilima and the others were completely outmatched by the rampaging Ultra Beasts.

In PASM18, Sun arrived at Po Town, only to get caught up in the commotion. Annoyed the Captains were still fighting, Guzma revealed a Cosmog and had it open more Ultra Wormholes. Gladion appeared, demanding to know where Guzma got the Cosmog and Ultra Beasts from. Revealing his true aim is to destroy Ultra Beasts, Gladion battled the beasts Guzma summoned with his Type: Null. To everyone's shock, Gladion also revealed the Aether Foundation's president, Lusamine, was the one who gave Guzma Cosmog as part of her plan to create a paradise filled with nothing but Ultra Beasts and herself. Eventually, the beasts broke out of Po Town's barrier, allowing them to wreak havoc on all of Ula'ula Island. Ilima and the other Captains headed off to various locations to evacuate any innocent civilians caught in the beasts' attacks.

In PASM26, the Trial Captains and Island Kahunas were revealed to have spent six months on Exeggutor Island training to prepare for another clash with the Ultra Beasts. After their training was finished, Sophocles and Molayne took everyone to Mount Lanakila, where a wormhole had opened up earlier. Shortly after they arrived, their ship was attacked by a group of Aether Foundation Employees and their Ultra Beasts. With the Z-Moves they had acquired, Ilima and the others managed to defeat the Ultra Beasts.

Pokémon

Ilima's Gumshoos

Ilima's Gumshoos
Yungoos → Gumshoos
Gumshoos is Ilima's first known Pokémon. It was first seen with its Trainer as a Yungoos walking inside Melemele Island's Trainers' School. Later, it was used to battle the Guzzlord Guzma used at Po Town, but was defeated. After training with the other Trial Captains on Exeggutor Island, it evolved into a Gumshoos. Later, it fought an Aether Foundation Employee's Xurkitree and won with a Z-Move.

None of Gumshoos's moves are known.*

Gumshoos can also perform the Z-Move Breakneck Blitz.

Debut A Photoshoot and the Abandoned Thrifty Megamart
Ilima's Rattata
Rattata
An Alolan Rattata is Ilima's second known Pokémon. It was first seen with its Trainer walking inside Melemele Island's Trainers' School. Later, it was used to battle the Guzzlord Guzma used at Po Town, but was defeated.

None of Rattata's moves are known.

Debut A Photoshoot and the Abandoned Thrifty Megamart

In the TCG

Full Art print of Ilima
Main article: Ilima (Sun & Moon 121)

Ilima was introduced as a Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese SM Era). It was first released in the Japanese Collection Sun before debuting in English in the Sun & Moon expansion, with an illustration based on the Ken Sugimori artwork of the character. It was also released as a Full Art card in Collection Sun and Sun & Moon, with an illustration by Sanosuke Sakuma. It makes both players shuffles their hand into their deck and flips a coin. If heads, that player draws 6 cards. If tails, they draw 3 cards.

Trivia

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese イリマ Ilima From ʻilima (Hawaiian for Sida fallax), the official flower of Oahu
English, Dutch,
European Portuguese
Ilima Same as Japanese name
French Althéo From Althéa (Hibiscus syriacus) or the genus Althaea
German Elima Similar to Japanese name
Italian, Spanish Liam Similar to Japanese name
Korean 일리마 Illima Transliteration of Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 伊利馬 / 伊利马 Yīlìmǎ Transliteration of Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 伊利馬 Yīleihmáh
Brazilian Portuguese Luan From guanxuma (Sida)
Russian Илима Ilima Transcription of English name


Trial Captains and Island Kahunas of the Alola region
Verdant Cavern
VSIlima USUM.png
Ilima
Brooklet Hill
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Lana
Wela Volcano Park
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Kiawe
Lush Jungle
VSMallow.png
Mallow
Hokulani Observatory
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Sophocles
Thrifty Megamart
VSAcerola.png
Acerola
Seafolk Village
VSMina 2 USUM.png
Mina
Melemele Island
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Hala
Akala Island
VSOlivia.png
Olivia
Ula'ula Island
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Nanu
Poni Island
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Hapu

Indigo Plateau Conference: MandiPeteGaryJeanetteMelissaAshRitchieAssunta
Silver Conference: DarrenSalvadorJacksonMacyGaryAshHarrisonJon
Ever Grande Conference: JumpVivicaGilbertGavinDominickClarkJohnny
KatieMorrisonAshTyson
Lily of the Valley Conference: JeffreyNandoBarryConwayPaulAshTobias
Vertress Conference: RadleyMikaelUltimoKendrickTripBiancaEmmanuel
GeraldoStephanFloraKentonManningAsh
KatharineAntonioRussetRamoneCameronDinoVirgil
Lumiose Conference: TrevorTitusAstridTiernoRemoSawyerAshAlain
Manalo Conference: HirokiPikalaMr. ElectricMad MagmarRappZipp
TuppPlumeriaDJ LeoMaster fishermanOluoluKahili
FabaIlimaSamsonMallowMina"Musasina"Acerola
Lillie"Dekojirō"HauSophoclesLanaKiaweGuzma
GladionAsh

Anime characters
Protagonists Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogeticBrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawnPiplupIrisAxewCilanSerenaClemontBonnieDedenneLanaKiaweLillieSophoclesMallowRotom Pokédex
Rivals GaryRitchieHarrisonDrewHarleyMorrisonTysonSolidadPaulNandoZoeyKennyConwayBarryUrsulaTobiasTripBiancaBurgundyStephanGeorgiaCameronVirgilAriaAlainMietteTiernoShaunaTrevorNiniSawyerGladionHoracioHau
Antagonists JessieJamesMeowthWobbuffetGiovanniButchCassidyDr. NambaMatoriPierceDr. ZagerGozuTabithaMaxieShellyArchieHunter JSaturnCyrusMarsJupiterCharonColressAldithGhetsisBarretMalamarLysandreMableCelosiaAlianaXerosicBryonyTuppZippRappPlumeriaGuzmaViren
Professors Professor OakProfessor IvyProfessor ElmProfessor BirchProfessor RowanProfessor CarolinaProfessor JuniperDr. FennelCedric JuniperProfessor SycamoreProfessor KukuiProfessor BurnetProfessor Sakuragi
Relatives Delia KetchumDaisyVioletLilyJames's parentsNanny and Pop-PopFlintLolaForrestBrock's siblingsNormanCarolineJohannaChiliCressGraceMeyerLana's fatherLana's motherHarper and SarahRangoSimaMimoKiawe's grandfatherMohnLusamineGladionSophocles's parentsMolayneAbeMallow's motherUlu
Supporting Ho-OhOfficer JennyNurse JoyMagikarp salesmanJigglypuffTodd SnapCharles GoodshowCaseyGranbullLizaSakuraLanceLarvitarRaoul ContestaMr. SukizoStevenVivian MeridianRobertScottLilian MeridianSolanaMarianLake guardiansYuzoRhondaCynthiaReggieAngieLookerIzzy and CaraLyraKhouryDon GeorgeAlderLukeFreddy O'MartianIngoEmmetMeloettaJervisNAnthea and ConcordiaPorterAlexaSophieCosetteClembotSanpeiMairinAstridDianthaGurkinnMonsieur PierrePalermoKeananMalvaSquishyZ2Guardian deitiesBewearSamson OakAnelaToucannon's flockStoutlandHobbesNinaAnnaLakiOranguruDanaYansuLight trioWickeFabaUltra BeastsGrandpa ForestIlimaAcerolaDiaKoharuGym LeadersElite FourCoordinatorsFrontier BrainsPerformersIsland KahunasRecurring wild PokémonMany temporary characters
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