Art from Sun and Moon by Ken Sugimori
|Trainer class||Island Kahuna, Elite Four|
|Generation||VII, VIII, IX|
|Games||Sun and Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Masters EX|
|English voice actor||Julia McIlvaine (Masters EX)|
|Japanese voice actor||Hitomi Nabatame (Masters EX)|
|Member of||Island challenge|
|Kahuna of||Akala Island|
|Member of||Alola League|
|Anime series||Pokémon the Series|
|Debut||Young Kiawe Had a Farm!|
|English voice actor||Marisa Kennedy|
|Japanese voice actor||Miyuki Sawashiro|
|Manga series||Pokémon Adventures|
|Debut||The Delivery of Rotom and the Girl (Adventures)|
Attack on the Headquarters (Horizon)
Olivia (Japanese: ライチ Lychee) is a character introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. She is the kahuna of Akala Island and a member of the Alola Elite Four. She specializes in Rock-type Pokémon. She grants the Akala stamp to Trainers who defeat her.
In the core series games
In addition to being Akala's kahuna, Olivia owns a jewelry and accessory store in her hometown of Konikoni City. Despite being chosen as a kahuna at such a young age, Olivia maintains that she is just an average girl. The player eventually battles her in the grand trial of the Akala island challenge.
Olivia's Pokémon are kept in Ultra Balls.
Grand trial battle
Pokémon League battle
Pokémon League rematch
Grand trial battle
Pokémon League battle
Pokémon League rematch
In the spin-off games
- Main article: Olivia (Masters)
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|Concept art from Sun and Moon||Ending screenshot with Mallow from Sun and Moon|
Sprites and models
|Island Kahuna VS model from
Sun and Moon
|Elite Four VS sprite from
Sun and Moon
|Island Kahuna VS model from
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
|Elite Four VS sprite from|
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
|High-poly model from
Sun, Moon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
|Overworld model from|
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
- Main article: Olivia/Quotes
In the anime
She partially appeared in Young Kiawe Had a Farm! during a flashback, when Kiawe told Ash that the Z-Ring and Firium Z he had received from Olivia was his grandfather's. She was also mentioned in A Glaring Rivalry! when Gladion revealed that he obtained his Rockium Z from completing her grand trial.
Olivia physically debuted in The Island Whisperer!, where she traveled to Melemele Island and visited the Pokémon School, taking Ash and his classmates to visit Akala Island. She continued to appear during throughout Ash and his classmates' stay on the island, first in Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!, where she organized a class involving treasure hunting using Stoutland Search. During the treasure hunt, Lana found a Sparkling Stone, which Olivia took to be converted into a Z-Ring. The finished Z-Ring was returned to Lana in the next episode.
In Currying Favor and Flavor!, Olivia sent Ash and his classmates on a search for ingredients for the famous "Akala Curry". Ash was paired up with Mallow, with their search eventually leading them to Lush Jungle, where Ash was challenged by Totem Lurantis. After Ash defeated Lurantis, Olivia showed up and revealed that the entire search had actually been a part of Ash's trial, and he now qualified to take on her grand trial.
In Trials and Determinations!, she battled Ash in his Akala Island grand trial at the Ruins of Life, using Lycanroc and Probopass in a Double Battle against Rowlet and Rockruff. Despite their two opponents giving them a lot of trouble, Rowlet finally managed to defeat Probopass with Bloom Doom, only for Rockruff to impulsively attack and knock out Rowlet out of its desire to battle Lycanroc alone. Despite this setback, Rockruff was still able to defeat its evolved form, winning the battle for Ash. After the battle, Olivia gave Ash a Rockium Z and told him that Rockruff's behavior was a sign of it being ready to evolve soon.
In Full Moon and Many Arms!, Olivia was seen praying at the Ruins of Life while she waited for the Manalo Festival to begin. In Securing the Future!, she joined the rest of Alola in restoring Necrozma to its true form by lending it some of her Z-Power.
In Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!, Olivia met up with Ash and his classmates again when they visited Akala alongside Brock and Misty, who were visiting Alola. Brock became infatuated with her, resulting in Misty dragging him away. She agreed to a battle and used Lycanroc against Sudowoodo but the battle was interrupted by Team Rocket who attempted to steal the Pokémon. Brock and Olivia avoided capture and teamed up to attack Team Rocket with a heart shaped Continental Crush.
In A Recipe for Success!, Olivia was visiting Aina's Kitchen when Abe asked Mallow to collect some ingredients from Oranguru. Mallow was gone for a while helping out at the Café, so Olivia started helping Abe at the Kitchen and was later joined by Ash and the rest of his classmates. Olivia later watched as Mallow returned with a Grassium Z given by Tapu Koko, and a Z-Ring given by Oranguru. She then cleaned and decorated the Z-Ring before giving it back to Mallow for her to use.
In Battle Royal 151!, Olivia appeared alongside her fellow kahunas, acting as a referee during the Battle Royal preliminary round of the Manalo Conference. In Battling Besties!, Olivia refereed the second pair of first-round matches: one between Hau and Samson Oak, and the other between Mallow and Lana. From Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Strategy! to The Road to The Semifinals!, she continued observing the Manalo Conference battles. She then refereed the semifinals battle between Kiawe and Gladion in The Final Four! and Getting Down to The Ire!. Afterwards, in Final Rivals! and Enter the Champion!, she watched the finals battle between Ash and Gladion in the stands. After the final battle ended, Olivia attended the award ceremony for the winner, only for it to be interrupted when a Guzzlord arrived at the stadium through an Ultra Wormhole.
In Z-Move Showdown!, Olivia and the other island kahunas joined forces to battle Guzzlord. The guardian deities later came to their assistance, using their powers to keep Guzzlord in place long enough for Olivia and the others to fire off their Z-Moves. The combined attacks launched Guzzlord back into the wormhole it came out of, successfully sending it back into Ultra Space.
In Dreams of the Sun and Moon!, Olivia acted as the referee during Ash's battle against Kiawe. After the battle, Olivia spoke with Ash and motivated him to travel around the world.
Olivia is highly energetic and sweet by nature. However she is also very clumsy, constantly getting knocked to the ground during simple tasks like walking up the stairs or opening a door. She also possesses the unique ability to communicate with Pokémon on a different level than most people, giving her a natural affinity even with highly guarded and aggressive Pokémon such as Kiawe's Turtonator and Ash's Litten.
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Midday Lycanroc is Olivia's first known Pokémon which evolved from a Rockruff. When it was still a Rockruff it ran away from Olivia right before it was going to evolve. When it returned to Olivia, it had already evolved into Lycanroc. Some time later, Lycanroc was used in Olivia's grand trial battle against Kiawe and his Turtonator and was defeated, earning Kiawe his grandfather's Z-Ring and a Firium Z.
|Debut||The Island Whisperer!|
|Probopass is Olivia's second known Pokémon. It was used during Olivia's grand trial battle against Ash, where it teamed up with Lycanroc to battle Ash's Rockruff and Rowlet. Despite proving to be powerful and troubling opponent, Probopass was eventually defeated by Rowlet's Bloom Doom.
It appeared again in Not Caving Under Pressure!, during a flashback.
|Debut||Trials and Determinations!|
|Olivia used a Poké Ride Tauros to travel through Paniola Town in Big Sky, Small Fry!.
None of Tauros's moves are known.
|Debut||Big Sky, Small Fry!|
Olivia briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.
In the manga
Olivia debuted in The Delivery of Rotom and the Girl. She was first seen with Hala and Nanu at Malie Garden, where they discussed the sightings of the guardian deities around Alola. They speculated that the normally reclusive guardians appearing before people was a sign that they were angered by something.
In Pokémon Move Specialist Professor Kukui, Olivia and Nanu battled each other to test a stage for an upcoming festival in Iki Town. Nanu teased Olivia about her romance troubles, which angered her into using a Z-Move. Nanu tried retaliating with his own, but both were stopped by Hala. The three decided the festival would be used to test Alolan youths by having they battle each other. The strongest participants would travel around Alola's four islands, imitating the island challenge, in order to calm the guardian deities' rage.
In The Decision and the Tournament of Six, Moon helped Olivia determine the festival tournament roster. At one point, they encountered Lillie, a girl entered in the tournament due to a misunderstanding. When Lillie tried to explain the situation, Nebby escaped from her bag and ran off. Moon and Lillie chased after Nebby to Mahalo Trail while Olivia went to tell inform Hala. After returning, Olivia witnessed Tapu Koko rescuing Moon and Nebby from falling in the water before leaving. Olivia offered to have Lillie withdrawn from the tournament, but Moon decided to take her place instead.
In Thieving and Boss Crabominable, Olivia, Hala, and Nanu met at Hala's house, where they decided to name Hapu the next kahuna of Poni Island. Olivia and Nanu decided to head to their respective islands to help the Trial Captains fend off the Ultra Beasts that appeared in Alola. Before they could leave, a Kartana and Buzzwole burst into the building and attacked. Hala decided to fight the two beasts alone and told Olivia and Nanu to go defend their islands.
In Adventure in the Dark Dimension, the island kahunas and Trial Captains were revealed to have spent six months on Exeggutor Island training to prepare for another clash with the Ultra Beasts. At some point, Olivia made a Z-Ring for Hau. Once the training was finished, Olivia and Kahili left to join the others and deliver a repaired Z-Ring Kiawe. While they traveled, Kahili revealed a suitcase full of Z-Crystals she had spent the last six months gathering. One of the Z-Crystals was a Lycanium Z, which Olivia had never seen before.
After meeting with the others, Sophocles and Molayne took everyone to Mount Lanakila, where a wormhole had opened up earlier. Shortly after they arrived, their ship was attacked by a group of Aether Foundation Employees and their Ultra Beasts. During the battle, Olivia was assisted by Tapu Koko, who transported her to Melemele Island in order to battle with Guzzlord.
In the TCG
- Main article: Olivia (Burning Shadows 119)
Olivia was introduced as a Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese Sun & Moon Era). It was first released in the Facing a New Trial subset before debuting in English in the Burning Shadows expansion, with an illustration based on the Ken Sugimori artwork of the character. It was also released as a Full Art card in both expansions, with an illustration by Naoki Saito. Olivia allows the player to search their deck for up to 2 Pokémon-GX, reveal them, and put them into their hand. The player then shuffles their deck.
- In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, she is the only character to be both an island kahuna and an Elite Four member.
- Olivia is the only island kahuna in the anime to give Ash the same Z-Crystal that she gives out in the games.
- Olivia is the only notable Rock-type specialist to be an Elite Four member.
- Olivia is the only member of the Alola Elite Four to use a signature Pokémon of a single type.
|Japanese||ライチ Lychee||From lychee|
|English||Olivia||From Alyxia oliviformis (maile) and possibly olivine|
|German, Spanish||Mayla||From maile|
|French, Italian||Alyxia||From the genus Alyxia|
|Korean||라이치 Lychee||From 라이치 lychee|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||麗姿 / 丽姿 Lìzī||From 荔枝 lìzhī / laihjī (lychee) and 麗姿 / 丽姿 lìzī / laihjī (beautiful form)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||麗姿 Laihjī|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Olívia||Similar to her English name|
|Russian||Оливия Oliviya||Transcription of her English name|
|This game character article is part of Project CharacterDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each character found in the Pokémon games.|