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'''Paris''' (Japanese: '''パリス''' ''Paris'') is a [[character of the day]] of the {{pkmn|anime}} who appeared in ''[[DP086|Arriving in Style!]]''. She is voiced by 生天目仁美 ''Hitomi Nabatame'' in Japanese and by [[List of English voice actors|Lapica Shahi]] in English.
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'''Paris''' (Japanese: '''パリス''' ''Paris'') is a [[character of the day]] who appeared in ''[[DP086|Arriving in Style!]]''. She is a well-known [[Pokémon Stylist]] and a former student of [[Hermione]]. She often says the French phrase "{{tt|très bien|very good}}."
   
She met with {{Ash}} {{ashfr|and friends}} in front of [[Hearthome City|Hearthome]]'s [[Hearthome Gym|Gym]], there she suggested {{an|Dawn}} to enter her {{TP|Dawn|Buneary}} and Ash his {{AP|Pikachu}} to the famous Pokémon show, the [[Hearthome Collection]].
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Paris met with {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} in front of the [[Hearthome Gym]]. There, she suggested {{an|Dawn}} to enter her {{TP|Dawn|Buneary}} and Ash his {{AP|Pikachu}} in the famous Pokémon fashion show, the [[Hearthome Collection]], of which she was one of the judges.
   
Paris was one of the judges in the Hearthome Collection show and [[Hermione]]'s student. She is also a well-known [[Pokémon Stylist]]. She often says the French phrase "{{tt|très bien|very good}}."
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During the competition, Paris was pleasantly surprised with the style exhibited by Ash's Pikachu and commented on the uniqueness of his performance, as his getup greatly differed from the outfits usually displayed in these events. She also spoke positively about Dawn's Buneary's dress and necklace, complimenting Dawn for using minimalism to highlight her Pokémon's charm.
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Prior to {{an|Enta}} announcing the results, when {{TRT}} threatened to steal the prizes intended to the Top 3 contestants, Paris used her {{p|Lopunny}} to damage their [[Team Rocket's mechas|mecha]] and send them blasting off with the help of Dawn and her Buneary.
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According to Hermione, Paris's successful career has led many people to wanting to become a Pokémon Stylist.
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Paris reappeared in ''[[DP191|Memories are Made of Bliss!]]'', where she was seen on the cover of the {{DL|Magazines in the Pokémon world|Poké Chic}} magazine with her Lopunny, and in a [[Photography|photo]] with Dawn, Lopunny, and Hermione at [[Johanna]]'s house.
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
This listing is of Paris's known Pokémon:
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This listing is of Paris's known {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the {{pkmn|anime}}:
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|epname=Arriving in Style!
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|vajp=Megumi Hayashibara
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|desc={{p|Lopunny}} is Paris's only known Pokémon. It was first seen outside of the [[Hearthome Gym]] coming out of a limousine with Paris, after {{Ash}} found out that [[Fantina]] was not back yet. Paris invited {{an|Dawn}} and Ash to participate in the [[Hearthome Collection]] with their {{TP|Dawn|Buneary}} and {{AP|Pikachu}} respectively, to which they both agreed on.
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Lopunny was seen again during the competition, when {{TRT}} came back to try to steal all the accessories. Lopunny easily damaged [[Team Rocket's mechas|Team Rocket's mecha]] with Hidden Power and then sent it flying away with a double Bounce with the help of Buneary.
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It was later seen again in ''[[DP191|Memories are Made of Bliss!]]'' at [[Johanna]]'s house on the cover of a magazine with Paris, and again in a picture on the wall along with [[Hermione]], Buneary, Paris, and Dawn.
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Lopunny's only known moves are {{m|Hidden Power}} and {{m|Bounce}}.}}
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==Voice actors==
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|ja=生天目仁美 ''[[Hitomi Nabatame]]''
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|en=[[Erica Schroeder|Bella Hudson]]
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|fi=Jenni Sivonen
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|no=Hanne Dancke Arnesen
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|pl=Julita Kożuszek-Borsuk
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|pt_br=Lene Bastos
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|es_eu=Carmen Cervantes
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|cs=Klára Šumanová
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| パリス ''Paris''
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| From {{jwp|パリ}} ({{wp|Paris}}), one of the leading {{wp|fashion capital}}s
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| English, French, German,<br>Italian, Spanish
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| Paris
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| Same as Japanese name
 
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Latest revision as of 17:02, 28 June 2019

Paris

Paris (Japanese: パリス Paris) is a character of the day who appeared in Arriving in Style!. She is a well-known Pokémon Stylist and a former student of Hermione. She often says the French phrase "très bien."

Paris met with Ash and his friends in front of the Hearthome Gym. There, she suggested Dawn to enter her Buneary and Ash his Pikachu in the famous Pokémon fashion show, the Hearthome Collection, of which she was one of the judges.

During the competition, Paris was pleasantly surprised with the style exhibited by Ash's Pikachu and commented on the uniqueness of his performance, as his getup greatly differed from the outfits usually displayed in these events. She also spoke positively about Dawn's Buneary's dress and necklace, complimenting Dawn for using minimalism to highlight her Pokémon's charm.

Prior to Enta announcing the results, when Team Rocket threatened to steal the prizes intended to the Top 3 contestants, Paris used her Lopunny to damage their mecha and send them blasting off with the help of Dawn and her Buneary.

According to Hermione, Paris's successful career has led many people to wanting to become a Pokémon Stylist.

Paris reappeared in Memories are Made of Bliss!, where she was seen on the cover of the Poké Chic magazine with her Lopunny, and in a photo with Dawn, Lopunny, and Hermione at Johanna's house.

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

Paris's Lopunny
Lopunny
Lopunny is Paris's only known Pokémon. It was first seen outside of the Hearthome Gym coming out of a limousine with Paris, after Ash found out that Fantina was not back yet. Paris invited Dawn and Ash to participate in the Hearthome Collection with their Buneary and Pikachu respectively, to which they both agreed on.

Lopunny was seen again during the competition, when Team Rocket came back to try to steal all the accessories. Lopunny easily damaged Team Rocket's mecha with Hidden Power and then sent it flying away with a double Bounce with the help of Buneary.

It was later seen again in Memories are Made of Bliss! at Johanna's house on the cover of a magazine with Paris, and again in a picture on the wall along with Hermione, Buneary, Paris, and Dawn.

Lopunny's only known moves are Hidden Power and Bounce.

Debut Arriving in Style!
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 生天目仁美 Hitomi Nabatame
English Bella Hudson
Czech Klára Šumanová
Finnish Jenni Sivonen
Norwegian Hanne Dancke Arnesen
Polish Julita Kożuszek-Borsuk
Brazilian Portuguese Lene Bastos
European Spanish Carmen Cervantes

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese パリス Paris From パリ (Paris), one of the leading fashion capitals
English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish
Paris Same as Japanese name


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