Dana

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If you were looking for the character who appeared in Jirachi: Wish Maker, see Diane.
If you were looking for the recurring character from Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, see Dana (SM041).

Dana
ラジュルネ Lajournée
Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire Dana.png
Artwork from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire by Megumi Mizutani.[1]
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Kalos (originally Hoenn)[2]
Relatives Nita, Evelyn, Morgan (sisters), unnamed parents
Trainer class Battle Chatelaine
Generation VI
Games X and Y, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Game animation cameos GOTCHA!

Dana (Japanese: ラジュルネ Lajournée) is one of the four leaders of the Battle Maison in Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire, alongside her sisters Nita, Evelyn, and Morgan.

In the games

Dana is the leader of the Triple Battle format of the Battle Maison, as well as the second eldest of the Battle Chatelaine sisters. Dana can be battled once the player has acquired a 19-win streak, and on the Super Triple Battle once the player has acquired a 49-win streak.

She may join with Evelyn in the Multi Battle format after the player has reached a 19-win streak, sending out, at random, two of the possible six Pokémon she has in her Triple Battle team. Dana may also appear with Nita in the Super Multi Battle format once the player has reached a 49-win streak, randomly using two Pokémon from her Super Triple Battle team.

Pokémon

Triple Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)



Super Triple Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)



Quotes

Main article: Dana/Quotes

Gallery

Artwork

XY Dana.png
Artwork from X and Y.

Sprites

VSDana.png Dana OD.png
VS portrait from
Generation VI.
Overworld model from
Generation VI.

In the anime

GOTCHA!

Dana briefly appeared alongside her sisters in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Dana debuted in PS582. At the shore of Kiloude City, the Battle Chatelaines found an unconscious Blaine, who was injured after being sent flying by the ultimate weapon's blast. They took Blaine to the Battle Maison and allowed him to rest and recuperate there. Later, in PS587, Dana and her sisters saw a recovered Blaine off.

In the TCG

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Dana Su Team Up Uncommon 137/181 GX Ultra Shiny   138/150
Team Up Rare Ultra 173/181 GX Ultra Shiny SR 158/150
 


Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ラジュルネ Lajournée From la journée (French for daytime)
English Dana From day
German Journée From journée (French for daytime)
Spanish, Italian Meridia From meridies (Latin for midday)
French Méridia From meridies (Latin for midday)
Korean 라쥬르네 Lajournée From her Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 晝珠 Zhòuzhū From 晝 zhòu / jau (daytime) and a partial transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 晝珠 Jaujyū
Brazilian Portuguese Diana From dia (day)


References

  1. Dana (Team Up 131)
  2. "Here in Hoenn is where our Battle Maison was born—and me sisters and I, as well." -Morgan

Related articles

Kalos Battle Maison.png Kalos and Hoenn Battle Maison Kalos Battle Maison.png
Single Battle
Nita
Battle Chatelaine
Nita
Double Battle
Evelyn
Battle Chatelaine
Evelyn
Triple Battle
Dana
Battle Chatelaine
Dana
Rotation Battle
Morgan
Battle Chatelaine
Morgan


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