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Trinity poses

Trinity (Japanese: タカミ Takami) is a character of the day in who appeared in The Perfect Match!, she was one of the competitors in the Whirl Cup Competition and Misty's rival in the tournament.

Trinity is a polite, level-headed, strong Water Pokémon Trainer. She finds Misty soon after their win against Ash in the competition. Impressed with her performance, she decides to personally meet Misty. Brock remembers her because of her previous match, mentioning that she fought well.

She defeated Misty in the third round where she faces her Poliwhirl and Corsola and wins after a tough battle. In the end of the battle Misty and Trinity are reunited, and Misty congratulates her for the victory. She wishes good luck to her rival and friend in her next battle, which leads her to the finals of the competition. Just before the match begins between her and a powerful Trainer with his Feraligatr, she, Misty, Ash and the Trainer unite to defeat Team Rocket, who was trying to steal the Great Spirit Sapphire Sea from the hands of Maya.

All of them then join the attacks of their Pokémon and defeat Jessie, James and Meowth. After that, the battle continues, but she loses the battle. As a result, she is ranked second in the tournament.

At the end of the episode, she appears next to Ash, Misty and Brock talking about his decision to improve his skills with Water Pokémon for the competition in the next year.

Trinity also appears in a cameo in the next episode and also in Espeon, Not Included in a flashback when Misty says about her experiences since the last meeting with Sakura.


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

Trinity's Gyarados
Trinity's Gyarados was the first Pokémon Trinity used in her battle against Misty and her Poliwhirl in the Whirl Cup. Misty orders Poliwhirl to use Bubble but Gyarados charges up a Hyper Beam stopping the BubbleBeam and KO-ing Poliwhirl. Misty decides to send out Corsola next, Trinity commands Gyarados to use Hydro Pump. Gyarados fires a powerful stream of water but Misty tells Corsola to counter it with Mirror Coat. The Hydro Pump is sent back but Gyarados fires Hyper Beam, blowing the water away and still going straight for Corsola. Corsola dives down and the beam blows up behind her. Waiting a while, Misty finishes Gyarados off with Spike Cannon, which amazingly knocks it out.

It reappeared in a flashback in Espeon, Not Included.

Gyarados's known moves are Hyper Beam and Hydro Pump.

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Trinity's Chinchou
Trinity's Chinchou was the second Pokémon Trinity used in her battle against Misty and her Corsola in the Whirl Cup. Trinity tells Chinchou to use Spark, which it does but instead, sends the electricity to sky. The electricity is then fired down on Corsola but Corsola uses another Mirror Coat, but she didn't hold out for long, not to mention Chinchou didn't even flinch. Trinity says to use Confuse Ray, Chinchou fires a wave but Corsola dives underwater to avoid it. Chinchou uses it again but underwater, this time Corsola gets confused and faints giving Trinity the win.

It reappeared in a flashback in Espeon, Not Included.

Chinchou's known moves are Spark, Confuse Ray and Water Gun.

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Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
Trinity's Golduck
Trinity's Golduck was the Pokémon Trinity used in her battle against a Pokémon Trainer and his Feraligatr in the finals of the Whirl Cup. But before the battle can begin Team Rocket appear and nab Pikachu, Pikachu is able to break the line and Golduck along with Ash's Totodile, Misty's Poliwhirl and the Trainer's Feraligatr all used Water Gun to send Team Rocket blasting off. Golduck was later shown to have lost the battle.

Golduck's only known move is Water Gun.

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Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 川上とも子 Tomoko Kawakami
English Carol Jacobanis
European Portuguese Bárbara Lourenço
Spanish Latin America Laura Torres
Spain Ana María Marí

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