Mela

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Mela
メロコ Meloco
Scarlet Violet Mela.png
Artwork from Scarlet
Gender Female
Eye color Green
Hair color Red
Hometown Unknown
Region Paldea
Generation IX
Games Scarlet and Violet
Specializes in Fire types
Member of Team Star
Rank Boss, Schedar Squad

Mela (Japanese: メロコ Meloco) is the boss of Team Star's Fire crew, the Schedar Squad. She specializes in Fire-type Pokémon.

In the core series

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She is responsible for getting the Starmobiles powered up by evolving a large group of Charcadets. Currently, her sense of style isn’t what she had when attending Naranja AcademyS/Uva AcademyV. Her outside appearance and personality were changed after some girls in the academy were jealous of how cute Mela was, which stopped them from picking on her.

When talking to the player, she doesn’t like showing her true nature. A Charcadet will later run up to Mela, turns out he used to be a Pokemon Mela played with very often during her time attending school.

In addition to the Star Badge, Mela gives out TM038 (Flame Charge) after defeating her.

Pokémon

Mela keeps her Pokémon in Quick Balls.

First battle



Rematch



Artwork

Starfall Street artwork.png
Key artwork from Scarlet and Violet

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese メロコ Meloco From melocotón (Spanish for peach)
English Mela Similar to her Japanese name and mela (Italian for apple)
German Irsa From Pfirsich (peach)
Spanish Melo Similar to her Japanese name
French Meloco From her Japanese name
Italian Pruna From Prunus persica (scientific name of peach)
Korean 멜로코 Meloco Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 梅洛可 Méiluòkě Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 梅洛可 Mùihlokhó


Big Boss: Cassiopeia
Bosses: GiacomoMelaAtticusOrtegaEri
Lower members: Team Star Grunts


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