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Lily (Japanese: ボタン Botan) is one of Misty's sisters, along with Daisy and Violet. She's the second youngest of the four sisters.
She made her debut appearance in The Water Flowers of Cerulean City along with Misty's other sisters. She is also one of the three temporary Leaders of Cerulean Gym. Both she and Violet tend to tease Misty more than Daisy does, and she also plays boyish roles in their water shows whereas Violet plays the more girlish ones. She left on a cruise with her sisters and left Misty to take care of the Gym.
She made many more appearances along with Daisy and Violet in future episodes as well as in the Pokémon Chronicles.
|| Goldeen (Multiple)
| In The Water Flowers of Cerulean City, when Ash goes to challenge the Cerulean Gym, the three sisters refuse his offer, saying that they don't feel much like battling since they were beaten by three other Trainers from Pallet Town. Lily then releases her Goldeen, saying that Goldeen is the only Pokémon they have left. A whole group of Goldeen then appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretend to go to sleep. When Team Rocket take over the show they get the Goldeen trapped in a net. In the end with the help of Ash and his friends including Seaking and Dewgong they are able to get the Goldeen free. It is later seen in the finale of the performance.
Three make a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.
|| The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
| The Sensational Sisters's Shellder inhabits the pool in the Cerulean Gym along with many other Water Pokémon. It first appeared in a water performance called "Underwater Ballet" swimming with the other Pokémon alongside Misty playing the mermaid, then pretends to go to sleep. It is later seen in the finale of the performance.
It makes a brief cameo in Cerulean Blues in the aquarium.
|| The Misty Mermaid
|| ボタン Botan
|| From 牡丹 peony
| English, French
|| From lily
| Canadian French
|| From lily
|| 세나 Sena
|| From 세 se, Three.
|| 牡丹 Mǔdān
|| Refers to the tree peony.