Layla (M11)

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Layla
レイラ Leila
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Layla
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Sinnoh
Relatives Moose (husband), great-grandmother
Anime debut Giratina and the Sky Warrior
English voice actor Amy Palant
Japanese voice actor Akina Minami

Layla (Japanese: レイラ Leila) is a character who appeared in the movie Giratina and the Sky Warrior.

History

Layla and her husband Moose were underway on a train to her great-grandmother's hundreth birthday party and wanted to give her a bouquet of Gracideas. On the train, they met up with Ash, Brock, Dawn, Shaymin, Ogin, Shun, Taka and Kako. She bonded with Shaymin and witnessed it transform into its Sky Forme when it touched the bouquet of Gracideas for her great-grandmother. Following this, the train was attacked by Zero's Magnemite, Magneton and Magnezone, but Ash, Dawn and Shaymin were able to drive them off. She later said her goodbyes to Ash, his friends and Shaymin as they set off on a ferry to the flower garden of Gracidea, but met up with them again some time later, when Ash and his friends visited Layla's great-grandmother's birthday party.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 南明奈 Akina Minami
English Amy Palant
Finnish Jenni Sivonen
German Shandra Schadt
Norwegian Anine Kruse
Polish Anna Gajewska
Brazilian Portuguese Gilmara Sanches
European Spanish Inés Blázquez

Trivia

  • Layla's Japanese name contains Lei, which is a Hawaiian necklace made of flowers.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Chinese (Taiwan) 蕾拉 Lěilā Transliteration of her Japanese name. Also, 蕾 means flower buds.


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