Anna (Alola)

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Anna

Anna (Japanese: アナ Ana) is a recurring character who appears in several roles throughout the Sun & Moon series, all related to televised events.

History

In Racing to a Big Event!, Anna worked as the announcer of the Pokémon Pancake Race.

She appeared again in Getting the Band Back Together!, on a television screen, working as the newscaster of a TV news, she read the story that DJ Leo's Dugtrio had gone missing.

In Mallow and the Forest Teacher!, Anna was the reporter that came to Aina's Kitchen to interview Abe for TV. This caused Mallow to storm out, having had enough.

Anna reappeared in Mounting an Electrifying Charge!, where she was the announcer of the Charjabug race.

She reappeared in A Dream Encounter!, where she announced the fifteenth annual "Alola Woman of the Year" award during a new broadcast. The award ultimately went to Professor Burnet.

Anna appeared again in The Professors' New Adventure!, attending the wedding of Professor Kukui and Professor Burnet.

Anna briefly appeared in SM090, where she joined the rest of Alola in showering Necrozma with light so it could return to its normal form.

Pokémon


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

Anna's Magnezone
Magnezone
Magnezone is Anna's only known Pokémon. She used it to fly on as she hosted the Pokémon Pancake Race.

Magnezone reappeared in Mounting an Electrifying Charge!, where it was used to fly around the arena during the Charjabug race.

None of Magnezone's moves are known.

Debut Racing to a Big Event!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Bill Rogers

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 桜あず Azu Sakura
English Emily Jenness
Polish Agata Góral (SM013, SM039, SM041)
Magdalena Wasylik (SM023)
Spanish Latin America Diana Nolan
Spain Sandra Jara (SM013)
Elena Palacios (SM023)
Mayte Mira (SM039, SM041)

Trivia

  • Dub closed captions refer to her as an announcer in Racing to a Big Event! and as a newscaster in Getting the Band Back Together!.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese アナ Ana From announcer
English, Spanish Anna Same as Japanese name
Italian Milena
Chinese (Mandarin) 安娜 Ānnà Transliteration of her Japanese name


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