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- If you were looking for the Pokémon Trainer from the modern Sinnoh region known as Mai in the Japanese version, see Marley.
Art from Legends: Arceus
|Member of||Diamond Clan|
She bears a striking resemblance to Marley, but the relationship between the two, if any, is unknown.
Mai grew up with her partner, Munchlax, and the two were raised together as if they were siblings. She also considers Adaman to be her "little brother", whom she helped raise, although they are not related by blood.
In the core series
After completing Request 102: Daybreak, Mai can be found at any of the camps. During a massive mass outbreak, the player can feed her Munchlax five Aguav Berries to reveal which Pokémon are present in the outbreak. At the Training Grounds, Ingo can also summon her for a rematch against the player.
Mai sends all her Pokémon out against the player. Like all members of the Diamond Clan, Mai does not keep her Pokémon in a Poké Ball.
This battle is available in version 1.1.0 after completing Request 102: Daybreak. Munchlax has effort level 5 in Speed.
In service to
|Concept art from Legends: Arceus||Mai’s pose and expression when taking pictures with the player.|
- The Pokémon Mai uses at the Training Grounds appear to be based off Marley's. Crobat and Weavile are both Pokémon with high Speed that Marley uses in the Battle Tower in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.
|Japanese||ヨネ Yone||From 米 yone (rice)|
|English||Mai||From Marley's Japanese name マイ Mai, derived from 米 mai (Japanese for rice)|
|German||Yona||Similar to her Japanese name|
|French||Ryza||From the rice genus Oryza|
|Italian||Riza||From the rice genus Oryza|
|Korean||미도 Mido||From 도미 (稻米) domi (rice)|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||阿米 Ā Mǐ||From 米 mǐ / máih (rice)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||阿米 A Máih|
|Russian||Маи Mai||Transcription of her English name|
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