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Aria's Delphox
エルのマフォクシー Elle's Mahoxy
Poké Ball
Aria Delphox.png
Aria's Delphox
Debuts in A Pokévision of Things to Come!
Caught at Kalos
Evolves in Prior to Day Three Blockbusters!
Prior to Battling with Elegance and a Big Smile!
Gender Female
Ability Unknown
Current location With Aria
Fennekin Braixen Delphox
This Pokémon spent at most 19 episodes as Fennekin and between 7 and 24 episodes as Braixen.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Fennekin N/A
As Braixen Unknown Eileen Stevens
As Delphox Yuka Terasaki Eileen Stevens

Aria's Delphox (Japanese: エルのマフォクシー Elle's Mahoxy) is a Pokémon owned by Aria in the anime.

Contents

History

As a Fennekin

Aria owned Delphox since she was still a Pokémon Performer-in-training. She debuted as a Fennekin in A Pokévision of Things to Come!. She starred alongside Aria in her Pokévision video. Serena's Fennekin became jealous of her when she noticed Clemont's Chespin staring at her affectionately.

In Day Three Blockbusters!, she was revealed to have evolved into a Braixen. In a flashback of Shauna's, Aria and Braixen were shown to have participated in many Pokémon Showcases together. Eventually, she and her Trainer managed to enter the Master Class tournament and win. The victory gave Aria the title of Kalos Queen.

As a Braixen

Braixen physically debuted in Dreaming a Performer's Dream!, where she and her Trainer gave an exhibition performance at the Lagoon Town Pokémon Showcase Rookie Class. She showed off her Fire-type moves and proceeded to toss her wand back and forth with her Trainer. She finished her performance by showing off her Fire Blast attack.

In Battling with Elegance and a Big Smile!, Braixen was revealed to have evolved into a Delphox. She battled alongside Aria's Aromatisse against Serena's Fennekin and Pancham in a Double Battle. Her Trainer, using the alias Ariana (Japanese: エレーナ Elena), had earlier suggested a battle with Serena to help her regain her confidence. Delphox and Aromatisse worked well together, dominating the battle field until Serena's Fennekin evolved into Braixen. However, Aria was called away and the battle ended before reaching a conclusion.

In Performing with Fiery Charm!, Delphox watched Serena competing in the Dendemille Town Pokémon Showcase along with her Trainer and Aromatisse.

In Tag Team Battle Inspiration!, Delphox was shown on television, performing alongside her Trainer and Aromatisse in a Pokémon Showcase.

In Party Dancecapades!, Delphox attended a dance party, hosted by Monsieur Pierre, with her Trainer, where she danced with Monsieur Pierre's Klefki.

In Master Class is in Session!, Delphox watched the Pokémon Showcase Master Class in Gloire City alongside her Trainer. In the following episode, she performed in the final round alongside Aromatisse and Vivillon, trying to defend Aria's title from Serena. Delphox combined Mystical Fire with Vivillon's Psybeam and finished the performance with Fire Blast. In the end, Aria's performance received the most votes, causing her to retain her title of Kalos Queen.

Personality and characteristics

Delphox in the Master Class

When shown as a Fennekin, Delphox seemed to have a lot of fun while performing. It has been stated that, in order to make an effective Pokévision video, the Trainer and Pokémon in question should share a close bond. Given that Aria and Fennekin's video ranked so highly with the public vote, this can be inferred to be the case with them both. As she progressed through evolution, Delphox became more serious and elegant, conserving her energy before leaping into performances wholeheartedly. Like Aria, Delphox faces victory with delicate modesty.

Moves used

Aria Delphox Mystical Fire.png
Using Mystical Fire
Move First Used In
Fire Spin Dreaming a Performer's Dream!
Fire Blast Dreaming a Performer's Dream!
Mystical Fire Battling with Elegance and a Big Smile!
Flamethrower Battling with Elegance and a Big Smile!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Fennekin, Braixen, and Delphox.

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