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Diana (Japanese: ミク Miku) is a supporting character who appeared in Celebi: The Voice of the Forest. She is a resident of Arborville in Johto and the granddaughter of Towa.
In the anime
Diana met Ash and his friends when her grandmother was warning them about going into the nearby forest. Brock flirted with Diana and invited her into the forest for protection, but she stayed behind. When the trio returned with an injured boy, they went to Diana first, but he woke up before she was able to do anything. After learning that Sam was with a Celebi the day he disappeared, Diana came to the conclusion that it must have been because Celebi felt they were both in danger and they had to get out of there as fast as possible.
After seeing a storm of earth and forest debris, Diana and her grandmother went to rescue Ash, Sam, and the others from the forest in Mr. White's blimp. Soon after picking up Ash and the others, Celebi's Hyper Beam brought the blimp down. After Celebi was able to fight off the effects of the Dark Ball in which it was captured by the Iron-Masked Marauder, it remained injured and weak. Brock suggested putting it into the Lake of Life, but because it was tainted, it had no effect. Diana then suggested that Suicune—who had fought against the Iron-Masked Marauder—could purify the water. Diana watched as a group of Celebi arrived and helped Celebi to recover from its injuries, and then confronted the Iron-Masked Marauder following his defeat.
Diana was last seen waving goodbye to Ash and his friends as they set off to continue their journey.
Diana is seemingly more easy-going than her grandmother, but does get defensive when the things and people she holds dear are threatened.
In the manga
In the movie adaptations
Diana appears in the manga adaptation of the movie, fulfilling the same role as she does in the movie.
- Diana bears a very strong resemblance to her grandmother Towa in her younger years.
|| ミク Miku
|| Alternative reading of 未来 mirai, future.
| English, German, Italian
|| 미키 Miki
|| Similar to her Japanese name.
| Chinese (Mandarin)
|| 美久 Měijiǔ
|| From 美久 Miku. Shares the character 久 (long time) with her grandmother's name (永久).
|| มิกุ Miku
|| Transliteration of her Japanese name