Carol

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Carol
ヨーデル Yodel
Carol.png
Carol in costume
Gender Female
Hometown Shamouti Island
Region Orange Islands
Relatives Melody (sister)
Anime debut The Power of One
English voice actor Michelle Goguen
Japanese voice actor Aya Hisakawa

Carol (Japanese: ヨーデル Yodel) is a supporting character who appeared in The Power of One. She is Melody's oldest sister and the head of the festival celebrations on Shamouti Island.

History

Previously, she was the Festival Maiden, who lead the festivities about the Legendary birds and their tamer, Lugia. However, she became too old for the role, and Melody had to reluctantly take over.

One of her best friends is Maren, who was forced to dock at Shamouti Island because of a storm. Carol's last appearance was in the credits, waving goodbye to Maren as she left the island.

Carol briefly reappeared in a montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 久川綾 Aya Hisakawa
English Michelle Goguen
German Anke Korte
Italian Elisabetta Spinelli
Norwegian Christin Borge
Polish Elżbieta Kopocińska-Bednarek
Brazilian Portuguese Priscila Amorim
Spanish Latin America Christine Byrd
Spain Sandra Jara
Swedish Anna Gyllenberg

Trivia

  • Carol's English name and Japanese name both refer to a type of singing: caroling and yodeling.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Chinese (Mandarin) 小優 / 小优 Xiǎo Yōu Partial transliteration of her Japanese name
Thai โยเดล Yodel Transliteration of her Japanese name


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