Grey (XY027)

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
(Redirected from Gray (anime))
Jump to: navigation, search

Grey (Japanese: グレー Grey) is a character of the day who appeared in To Find a Fairy Flower!. He lives in Calanthe Town.

Grey lived together with his wife Florence and their Flabébé in peace when one day Florence fell ill while she was watering the flowers in their garden. She was quickly taken to the Calanthe Town hospital by ambulance. This saddened Flabébé, who had always enjoyed the company of Florence, and she left Grey while he was asleep to search for her. When he woke up, he was shocked to see Flabébé was gone, but he had a hunch where she was. He quickly went to the hospital and there he found Flabébé in front of the window of the room in which Florence was hospitalized. When a strong gust struck, however, Flabébé was blown away. She lost her flower, which was subsequently run over by a car, destroyed. The gust blew Flabébé further away, and Grey was unable to get her back. Since then, he looked for Flabébé everywhere, but could not find her. Flabébé's disappearance greatly saddened Florence, who went in a state of emotional despair even though she was recovered from her illness. Grey also worried about Flabébé's wellbeing, as her flower was destroyed and she would not survive without a new one.

Some time later, when Grey was walking down the street, he suddenly noticed Flabébé sitting on top of Bonnie's head. He quickly ran towards her and hugged her, happy to have finally found Flabébé. Ash and his friends had found Flabébé earlier and had concluded she had a Trainer already. When Grey came to them, they realized he was her Trainer. They introduced themselves, and Grey thanked them for taking care of Flabébé. Grey then asked Flabébé to come home, but she hesitated as she had taken a likening to Bonnie. Clemont asked Grey why Flabébé did not have a flower of her own, to which Grey explained to the group what happened before. After this, the group proposed to get a new flower for Flabébé, but Grey told them it is not a normal flower available in flower stores, but instead a special flower called the "Fairy Flower", that only grows in a certain area. Ash and his friends then decided to go look for this special flower and bring it to the hospital in which Florence was staying. They advised Grey to keep Florence company in the meantime.

Later, just as Grey was assuring Florence Ash and his friends would bring the Fairy Flower soon, they entered the room Florence was staying in. They had successfully found a Fairy Flower, and Flabébé had attached herself to it. Flabébé was now happily reunited with Florence, and she suddenly felt a lot better.


This article is missing information on this character's English voice actor and Japanese voice actor.
You can help by adding this information.

Grey's Flabébé
Flabébé is a Pokémon owned by Grey that lives with him and Florence. One day, Florence fell ill and was hospitalized. Saddened by this, Flabébé became sad and left Grey while he slept to go see Florence again, only to be blown away by a gust of wind and lose her flower. She landed in Bonnie's hair, and took a liking to the girl because of the flower ornament in Bonnie's hair. After meeting up with Grey again at the Pokémon Center, Grey told them that Flabébé would need to find a new Fairy flower or else she would not be able to survive.

They managed to find one, but Team Rocket attacked the group and stole Pikachu. Flabébé defeated Team Rocket with her pollen, causing them to lose the will to fight. Afterward, the group met up with Florence at the hospital she was staying at. Seeing Flabébé again made Florence so happy that she felt like would recover soon. As they parted ways, Bonnie thanked Flabébé for the time they spent together, and she said farewell, hoping Flabébé would continue have a good life with Grey and Florence.

She reappeared in a flashback in Till We Compete Again!.

None of Flabébé's moves are known.

Debut To Find a Fairy Flower!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 最上嗣生 Tsuguo Mogami
English David Wills
Finnish Ilkka Villi
Hebrew גדי לוי Gadi Levy
Polish Stefan Knothe
Brazilian Portuguese Gilberto Baroli
European Spanish José Luis Cerezo

Project COD logo.png This article is part of Project COD, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each one-time character of the Pokémon anime.