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Lana (Japanese: スイレン Suiren) is a student at the Pokémon School on Melemele Island and one of Ash's classmates. She made her debut in Alola to New Adventure!.
Lana when she was younger
Lana is a student at Samson Oak's Pokémon School on Melemele Island, where she lives with her twin sisters, Harper and Sarah. At one point, she rescued a wild Popplio from being harassed by a gang of Team Skull Grunts and nursed it back to health at a Pokémon Center, where the two became good friends.
Lana debuted in Alola to New Adventure!, meeting Ash and Pikachu while fishing with Popplio on a Ride Lapras. She and Ash met again at the Pokémon School, where Ash decided to join her class to study the Pokémon of Alola under their teacher, Professor Kukui.
In The Guardian's Challenge!, Lana participated in the surprise welcome party her class threw for Ash to celebrate his enrollment. She challenged Ash to a Pokémon swimming contest as his third "surprise", which Popplio won due to its superior swimming ability. She later bore witness to Ash and Pikachu's battle against Tapu Koko, the guardian deity of Melemele.
In Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!, Lana received help from Ash while training Popplio how to blow human-sized water balloons, revealing her dream to one day use them to explore the ocean depths and discover new undersea Pokémon. She was also chosen to give a class lecture on sea Pokémon, loaning Ash a fishing rod at her house and introducing him to her sisters. During the lecture, the class's Ride Pokémon were caught in a net by Team Rocket, who infuriated Lana with their disregard for the other Pokémon they had inadvertently caught. Together with Ash, she was able to bring the captured Pokémon to safety by using Popplio's water balloons.
In Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!, Lana found a Sparkling Stone during one of her treasure hunts with a Poké Ride Stoutland on Akala Island, which Olivia took, in order to turn it into a Z-Ring for Lana.
In Big Sky, Small Fry!, Lana took part in a trial at Brooklet Hill where she earned a Waterium Z from battling a Totem Wishiwashi with Popplio. Near the end of the episode, Olivia gave the Z-Ring to Lana, which was recently converted from the Sparkling Stone.
In Balloons, Brionne, and Belligerence!, Lana and Popplio were practicing their Z-Move at the beach with Ash and Mallow, but were unsuccessful. Nearby, they noticed a crowd watching a performer named Ida with her Brionne. Lana was intrigued and insisted Ida to be her tutor. They then trained for days. One day when they were out in the sea looking for treasure with Ida and Kanoa, they got in trouble with a Dhelmise. Lana and Popplio then attempted Hydro Vortex again and succeeded, defeating the anchor Pokémon in the process.
From Family Determination! to 10,000,000 Reasons to Fight!, Lana was among those who helped Lillie and Gladion in their mission to rescue their mother Lusamine after Lusamine was kidnapped by the Ultra Beast Nihilego. In Ultra Deep Sea, her Popplio, along with Ash's Litten and Rowlet, and Mallow and Sophocles's Pokémon, fought and overcame Lusamine's Mismagius, Milotic, and Lilligant, which were under Nihilego's control. During the battle, Lana and Popplio used Hydro Vortex on Mismagius.
In SM071, Lana had Popplio put a bubble around her head. A Dewpider happened to see her at the time and ended up with a crush on her. Lana helped the Dewpider find a new home near the Pokémon school.
Lana is a calm and gentle girl who cares deeply for Pokémon, particularly Water-types. As such, she enjoys many seafaring activities such as fishing while riding on Lapras. While sincere most of the time, she also has a playful side, oftentimes telling outrageous jokes such as being able to catch Legendary Pokémon like Kyogre and that a Lugia was nearby. She is additionally shown to become aggravated and flustered when dealing with her unruly younger sisters. Her love for Pokémon runs deep to the point where she grows incensed at the sight of cruelty against Pokémon, speaking in a hushed tone of voice and shooting an icy glare towards the aggressors. She is highly protective of her Pokémon if they are in danger.
Lana with Mallow
when they became friends
When Lana was young, she used to be rather shy. This was best demonstrated during a flashback in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!; when she first encountered Mallow, she initially called Miss Aina Cafeteria, but when Mallow said she can call her Mallow, she became nervous and her face turned red.
Lana is shown to be an expert at fishing as shown in Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!, where Professor Kukui had her teach the class on fishing and managed to hook several Pokémon quickly such as Alomomola, Corsola, Finneon and later surprised the Fishing Expert by quickly catching a Feebas.
She has been shown to get annoyed at her sisters and their antics but was concerned when she saw them jumping on the back of Kiawe's Turtonator for fear they would touch its spines.
She cares deeply for her Popplio, as shown in They Might Not Be Giants!, when it becomes separated from her along with Rowlet, to the point where she has to drag Ash along when they go searching for their Pokémon.
Lana has been shown to be brave, as seen in Alola, Kanto!; whilst Mallow, Lillie, and Misty ran away after being scared by a Gyarados, she remained still and then, after changing into her swimsuit, jumped into the lake that Gyarados appeared from in search of Popplio.
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| Lana encountered Dewpider when its bubble popped. Dewpider developed a crush on Lana after seeing a bubble on her head. Having been evicted from its home by an Araquanid and getting separated from the rest of its group, Dewpider found a new home near the Pokémon School.
Dewpider's moves are Bubble Beam, Spider Web, and Mirror Coat.
This listing is of the trials Lana has cleared in the Alola region:
Lana has competed in the following Pokémon competitions:
|| スイレン Suiren
|| From 睡蓮 suiren (water lily) and 水 sui (water)
|| From lilia-lana-i-ka-wai (Hawaiian for water lily) and lana (Hawaiian for afloat)
|| From nénuphar (water lily)
|| From Tracheophyta (vascular plant), a division of plants that includes the water lily family
|| Same as Japanese name
|| From nereida (nereid). Nereids are sea nymphs, possibly a reference to Nymphaeaceae (water lily family)
|| 수련 Suryeon
|| From 수련 suryeon (water lily) and 수 su (water)
| Chinese (Mandarin)
|| 水蓮 / 水莲 Shuǐlián
|| From 睡蓮 / 睡莲 shuìlián (water lily) and 水 shuǐ (water)
| Chinese (Cantonese)
|| 水蓮 Séuilìhn
|| From 睡蓮 seuihlìhn (water lily) and 水 séui (water)
| Brazilian Portuguese
|| From vitória-régia (water lily)
|| Лана Lana
|| Transcription of English name
|| ซุยเรน Suiren
|| Same as Japanese name
|| Same as English name