- This article is about the character from Pokémon Horizons: The Series. For other characters with the name Molly or Mollie, see Molly.
|Eye color||Bluish gray|
|Anime series||Pokémon Horizons: The Series|
|Debut||The Pendant That Starts It All: Part One|
|English voice actor||N/A|
|Japanese voice actor||Kei Shindō|
|Member of||Rising Volt Tacklers|
In the anime
Mollie was born into a long line of doctors in her family. At a young age, Mollie didn't really take in hindsight of what she was doing, following instead what she was told to do, pursuing her career to be a doctor. Mollie liked to take care of other Pokémon but gave up that life when she realized that she could do more than assist in a Pokémon Center and went on a journey of her own to help any wild Pokémon in need. Eventually, Mollie joined the Rising Volt Tacklers to accomplish her goal.
Mollie debuted in The Pendant That Starts It All: Part One alongside the other members of the Rising Volt Tacklers. She and her teammates were searching for Liko at Indigo Academy, but to no avail. In the following episode, she met and introduced herself to Liko aboard the Brave Olivine. While the Explorers attempted to infiltrate the airship via the Wing Deck, she stepped up to try to retract that sector of the ship manually due to a blackout. However, she failed to do so in time, and the group managed to break through the ship's barrier and land on the battlefield.
In For Sure! Cause Sprigatito's with Me!, Mollie asked Liko if she could get some deliveries from the Pokémon Center. After Liko got the packages, she quickly left it with Mollie's Chansey before running off as she heard Murdock's Rockruff barking nearby.
In Found You, Fuecoco!, Mollie briefly battled against Zirc after Orla and Murdock returned to the airship to fix up its balloon gasbag, but Roy soon stepped up to confront Zirc after Chansey was hit by a Rock Blast.
In HZ011, Mollie accompanied Liko and Roy into Arboliva Forest alongside her Chansey. After their inspection on the aftermath of the forest fire, Mollie and Liko were left to wait for Roy to return. Molly asked Liko about how she felt about her parents, complimenting Liko for being able to express her thoughts to her father. After finding an injured Wooper, Mollie was quick to aid the Pokémon and was able to calm down the giant Arboliva by empathizing her worry to it.
In HZ018, Mollie was asked by the younger members as to how Captain Pikachu was able to fly during his battle against Roy in the previous episode, but she couldn't give them an answer because she didn’t know herself. Later, Mollie and the other members of the Rising Volt Tacklers learn how Friede and Captain Pikachu met.
Mollie is shown to be a fairly stoic individual, rarely displaying overt emotion. However, she is also shown to be caring, looking after and treating Pokémon that are sick or injured. Mollie is occasionally annoyed with Friede's absent-mindedness and tendency to forget important details, as seen in The Pendant That Starts It All: Part Two, when she was displeased about him bringing Liko to the Brave Olivine without telling her anything. However, despite this, Mollie does get along with Friede and the rest of her teammates, especially Orla and Liko.
She dislikes staying in one place, as it doesn't suit her, and would rather take action then stay and wait. She seems to not like to be reminded about her past career, as seen in For Sure! Cause Sprigatito's with Me!, instead of her, Liko was in charge of getting deliveries, and is reluctant to visit the Pokémon Center.
|Chansey is Mollie's first known Pokémon. She helped Liko with the packages that Mollie asked her to get from the Pokémon Center. In HZ011, Chansey assisted Mollie in treating a Paldean Wooper.
Chansey's only known move is Pound.
|Debut||For Sure! Cause Sprigatito's with Me!|
|Concept art of Mollie from Pokémon Horizons: The Series ||Eyecatch art of Mollie from Pokémon Horizons: The Series|
In the manga
Mollie appeared in the Pocket Monsters manga, playing the same role as she does in the anime.
|English, French, German, Italian, European Portuguese, Spanish||Mollie||Same as her Japanese name|
|Korean||몰리 Mollie||Transcription of her Japanese name|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Hollie||Similar to her Japanese name|
|Pokémon Horizons characters|
|See also: Original anime characters|
|This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|