Queen of the Princess Festival

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The setting for the competition

The Queen of the Princess Festival (Japanese: クイーンコンテスト Queen Contest) is an anime-exclusive, girls-only competition that is held in O-Hina Town, Kanto, as part of the annual Princess Festival. It consists of a beauty pageant followed by a battle tournament. It was featured in Princess vs. Princess.

Competition

The Pokémon Princess Doll set

Each Trainer must use exactly four Pokémon to battle. The contestants are split into two separate divisions, and the winner of each division proceeds to the finals. Additionally, every contestant wears a formal traditional Japanese outfit, usually a kimono and a hand-held fan. Before the actual competition, the contestants all stand in a row on stage as people gather to watch.

The prize for winning the competition is a brand new set of Pokémon Princess Dolls, and a photo with famous movie star Fiorella Cappuccino, who was also an announcer for the event.

Misty and Jessie both entered the competition with borrowed Pokémon, with Misty borrowing Ash's Pikachu and Bulbasaur, as well as Brock's Vulpix, and Jessie borrowing James's Weezing. Jessie also had Meowth participating in the event under her command, as well as her own Arbok.

The two contestants made it all the way to the final round, where they had a fierce battle. In the end, despite Jessie using her new Lickitung as an unexpected fourth Pokémon, Misty emerged victorious with Psyduck, winning the Pokémon doll collection, which she later sent to her sisters at the Cerulean Gym.

Known competitors

Participant Place
Misty Winner
Jessie Runner-up
Yumi Top 32

Pokémon used in the Queen of the Princess Festival

Misty

Ash Bulbasaur.png
Bulbasaur
Ash Pikachu.png
Pikachu
Brock Vulpix.png
Vulpix
Misty Psyduck.png
Psyduck

Jessie

Meowth Team Rocket.png
Meowth
Jessie Arbok.png
Arbok
James Weezing.png
Weezing
Jessie Lickitung.png
Lickitung

Yumi

O-Hina Town Primeape.png
Primeape

Unnamed Trainer

O-Hina Town Kingler.png
Kingler
O-Hina Town Pinsir.png
Pinsir
O-Hina Town Cubone.png
Cubone
O-Hina Town Raticate.png
Raticate

Other competitors

O-Hina Town Fearow.png
Fearow
O-Hina Town Graveler.png
Graveler
O-Hina Town Tangela.png
Tangela
O-Hina Town Machoke.png
Machoke
O-Hina Town Parasect.png
Parasect

In other languages

Language Title
Italy Flag.png Italian Festival del Giorno della Principessa


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