Brave Olivine

Brave Olivine
ブレイブアサギ号 Brave Asagi
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Brave Olivine
Region Worldwide
Debut The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One)

The Brave Olivine (Japanese: ブレイブアサギ号 Brave Asagi) is the base of operations of the Rising Volt Tacklers, acting as both the group's airship and living quarters.



The Olivine before being converted

Several years prior, the Brave Olivine was originally a fishing boat owned by Ludlow named the Olivine (Japanese: アサギ号 Asagi). When forming the Rising Volt Tacklers, Friede requested to be given ownership of the boat, which Ludlow accepted. Friede had Orla convert the Olivine into an airship and later renamed the vessel into the Brave Olivine. During their adventurers, various Pokémon from different regions made the Brave Olivine their home, including a wild Fuecoco and Quaxly.

Pokémon Horizons: The Series

The airship debuted in The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One) when it was seen flying over the Indigo Academy in the distance. It was first seen from up close in The Pendant That Starts It All (Part Two) when Friede took Liko and her Pokémon partner Sprigatito to the airship to keep them safe from the Explorers. Once there, the airship headed towards a storm to avoid the Explorers, although the strategy failed and they managed to board the airship regardless. During a battle between Friede's Pikachu and Amethio's Ceruledge, Liko's Sprigatito was taken by the Explorers, as well as the group's flag having flown away due to the storm. In the next episode, the airship landed at a port town to allow them to locate the Explorers. While the majority of the group was away, Zirc managed to place a tracker on the ship. Once Sprigatito was rescued, the ship departed from the town. Elsewhere, a boy named Roy found the missing flag and kept it for himself.

The Brave Olivine flying through the sky

In The Treasure After the Storm!, the airship was shown to have suffered several ruptures, causing it to leak gas and lose altitude. As such, the group was forced to stop at an island off Kanto's shore. Once there, Roy and Liko met after Fuecoco went missing, whom Roy found in the island. That night, Roy sneaked aboard the airship to try and find Fuecoco, but was caught by the group. Despite Roy's clandestine arrival, the group opted to remain on the island longer as the airship still hadn't been repaired. Later that day, the airship briefly took flight before the group was attacked by the Explorers once again. During the battle, Orla had the island's Bug-type wild Pokémon help repair the airship's balloon gasbag to allow it to regain flight. In The Ancient Poké Ball, Roy returned the flag to the group and hoisted it.

In Welcome to Paldea!, the airship was able to get the Rising Volt Tacklers to the Paldea region until they decided to head for the Galar region in The Future I Choose.

In An Unexpected Picnic!, the airship took a rest stop and needed a required inspection in order to fly safely. However, Spinel's sabotage prevented their systems from rebooting while the Rising Volt Tacklers were having a picnic. Fortunately, they were able to figure out the problem and set off for the Galar region in Quaxly, We Can Do It, arriving there in The Bittersweet Truth until they decided to return to Paldea in HZ034.

In HZ031, Friede had the airship sail on the ocean while searching for Lucius's Lapras. The Rising Volt Tacklers eventually found Lapras, only to learn it was leading a gang of Pokémon pirates. Ludlow used his boat piloting skills to keep the pirates from fleeing, but was stopped when Lapras froze the airship in place with Ice Beam. The ice was later melted by Diana's Arcanine.

In HZ042, the airship was able to get the Rising Volt Tacklers back to Paldea. In HZ044, Murdock piloted the airship to the Levincia Lighthouse, where the Explorers were battling the Black Rayquaza so that Dot could disable the machine that was affecting Rayquaza. In a fit of rage, Coral commanded her Glalie to use Self-Destruct on Rayquaza, sending it reeling back into the Brave Olivine, severely damaging the airship. The airship made a successful emergency landing on water in the next episode, leaving every person and Pokémon aboard unharmed, though the ship itself was in no shape to fly more for the time being.

Pokémon seen on the Brave Olivine


Captain Pikachu


Metang → Metagross










Sprigatito → Floragato



Wild Pokémon




Battlefield Engine room Observation deck
Captain's deck Orla's room Outside deck
Power room Liko's room Conference room
Kitchen Infirmary Balloon gasbag
Dot's room Roy's room


Brave Olivine deck undeployed Brave Olivine deck deployed Brave Olivine back end
Outside deck Observation room (exterior) Battlefield Side profile of the Brave Olivine


Official concept art of the engine room Official concept art of the conference room Official concept art of the kitchen
Official concept art of the infirmary Official concept art of the observation deck Official concept art of the captain's deck


See also


Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 英勇淺蔥號 Yīngyǒng Qiǎncōng-hào
  French Brave d'Oliville
  German Tapfere Oliviana
  Italian Impavida Olivina
  Korean 브레이브 담청호 Brave Damcheong-ho
  Norwegian Tapre Olivin
  Polish Waleczny Oliwin
Portuguese   Brazil Valente Olivine
  Portugal Olivine Audaz
  European Spanish Valiente Olivino

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