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Kimia (Japanese: キミア Kimia) is a major character who appeared in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel. She is the princess of the Azoth Kingdom, Raleigh's sister, and a descendant of Magearna's creator Nikola.
Kimia is first seen in the movie using her own flying device to observe Volcanion after being informed of its presence by her personal assistant, Flamel. She later questions Raleigh about what he and Alva are up to.
Later, when Ash, his friends and Magearna are attacked by Team Rocket, Kimia appears with her own shiny Mega Gardevoir to defeat Team Rocket. Afterwards, Kimia informs the group that while Raleigh trusts in Alva she does not and suspects Alva holds an ulterior motive. They then use Kimia's airship to reach Nebel Plateau.
After Magearna is captured, Kimia, Ash, his friends and Volcanion head back to Azoth kingdom using Kimia's airship. As they near the kingdom, Flamel contacts Kimia and informs her that Alva intends to use the Soul-Heart to activate the hidden mechanisms within the castle. Upon reaching the flying fortress, the group head to the control room to confront Alva but get trapped by his torture traps.
After Alva is defeated, the group evacuate the flying fortress using Kimia's airship in order to allow Volcanion to destroy the falling fortress.
At the end of the movie, Kimia and Raleigh return to Azoth kingdom with Ash and his friends. Later, Kimia and Gardevoir discover Alva tangled in the wreckage of his flightpack in a tree. She arrests him using the magnetic bands used on Volcanion and Ash, keeping him from fleeing even though he attempts to. Kimia also watches Raleigh leave on his own journey.
Throughout the movie, Kimia is concerned for Raleigh's involvement with Alva's plan since she does not trust in Alva. She is also highly active and utilizes a number of machines to travel around.
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This listing is of Kimia's known Pokémon in the anime:
In the games
From June 17 to August 31, 2016, a Gardevoir based on Kimia's Shiny Gardevoir was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at participating stores from June 17 to July 8, 2016. The code cards with the serial codes could be obtained at Apita, Piago, Æon, Æon Supercenter, Ito-Yokado, EDION, Joshin Denki, Toys "R" Us, Bic Camera, Fuji, Heiwado, Yamada Denki, Yodobashi Camera, Pokémon Center stores, and Pokémon Stores in Japan.
|| serial code
|| June 17 to August 31, 2016
| Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
| Date received is the receiving system's date when the Wonder Card is received.
| This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.
| Model sheet for the anime
- The necklace that Kimia's Gardevoir wears around its neck, which carries its Gardevoirite, looks exactly the same as the necklace which Diantha's Gardevoir wears.
- Closed captions from Disney XD and CITV incorrectly render her name as Chymia.
|| キミア Kimia
|| From chymia, an old term for alchemy and chemistry
|| Same as her Japanese name
|| Similar to her English name
|| From σοφία sophíā, Ancient Greek for wisdom
|| 키미아 Kimia
|| Transliteration of Japanese name
| Chinese (Mandarin)
|| 奇米亞 Qímǐyǎ*
| Transliteration of Japanese name
| Chinese (Cantonese)
|| 姬美雅 Gēiméihngáh
|| Transliteration of Japanese name
|| คิเมีย Kimia
| Same as her Japanese name