Dahlia (Masters)


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Dahlia
ダリア Dahlia
Spr Masters Dahlia.png
Dahlia's model
No. 198
English voice actor Unknown
Japanese voice actor Ayaka Fukuhara
Description This Arcade Star with a cheerful personality waits for challengers at the Battle Arcade in Sinnoh. She always dances with a smile on her face, charming many people.

Dahlia (Japanese: ダリア Dahlia) is a Pokémon Trainer in Pokémon Masters EX, based on the character of the same name in the core series games. She forms a sync pair with Ludicolo, which is capable of Dynamaxing. This pair was first made available through a Poké Fair sync pair scout beginning on March 22, 2024. This pair can be raised to Masters EX star.png 6★ EX since it first released.

Ludicolo

    Type   Water
Move types   Water /   Grass
Role   Tech
EX Role   Strike (Special)
Base Potential ★★★★★☆EX
Ludicolo Weakness   Bug
Ludicolo begins dancing as soon as it hears cheerful, festive music. This Pokémon is said to appear when it hears the singing of children on hiking outings.
Stats HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed
Lv. 140, Base Potential 679 424 176 424 176 283
Lv. 140, Max Potential 839 504 216 504 216 323
Mega Ludicolo
Lv. 140, Base Potential
Lv. 140, Max Potential

Availability

Dahlia is exclusive to Poké Fair scouts. She was available in the following sync pair scout banners:

  • (Debut) Dahlia Poké Fair Scout (March 22 to April 11, 2024)

Moves

Name Type Category Move gauge Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Description
Muddy Water Water
 
Special 3 116 139 85% All opponents Has a chance (30%) of lowering the target’s accuracy by 1 stat rank.
Teeter Dance Normal
 
Status 2 100% All opponents Leaves the target confused.
Razor Leaf Grass
 
Physical 2 43 51 95% All opponents Critical hits land more easily.
No Need to Worry ♪ None Status 0
(2 uses)
Self Raises the user’s Attack and Sp. Atk by 2 stat ranks. Raises the user’s accuracy and critical-hit rate by 1 stat rank.
Sync moves
Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam Water
 
Special 200 240 An opponent This attack’s power increases when weather conditions, a terrain, or a zone are in effect.
(6★ EX effect: Power of sync move increases by 50%.)
(EX role effect: Sync move targets all opponents.)
Max moves
Max Geyser Water
 
Special 0
(1 use)
400 480 An opponent Makes the weather rainy.
Max Guard Normal
 
Status 0
(1 use)
An ally Applies the Damage Guard Next effect to an ally.
Max Overgrowth Grass
 
Physical 0
(1 use)
400 480 An opponent Turns the field of play’s terrain into Grassy Terrain.

Skills

Name Description
Passive Skills
Max Move Hit: Team Same-Type Rebuff ↓ 1 Lowers the Type Rebuff of all opposing sync pairs by 1 rank when the user’s max move targeting an opponent is successful. The Type Rebuff lowered is the same type as the max move used.
Phys Hit: Defense ↓2 9 Lowers the target’s Defense by 2 stat ranks when the user’s physical attack move against it is successful.
Spec Hit: Sp. Def ↓2 9 Lowers the target’s Sp. Def by 2 stat ranks when the user’s special attack move against it is successful.
Theme Skills
  Water Tech Raises allies' Attack and Sp. Atk by 12 when using Water-type attacks.
Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 12.
  Sinnoh Tech Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 1.
Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 1.
  Battle Facility Foe Tech Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 1.
Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 1.
  Artistic Tech Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 2.
Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 2.
  Grown Woman Tech Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 2.
Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 2.
Expedition Skills
 Rare ↑ 2  Fiery ↓ 1  Wistful ↓ 1 Raises the following discovery level by 2:
 Rare Cache
Lowers the following discovery levels by 1:
 Fiery Crystal
 Wistful Crystal

Sync grid

The sync grid for Dahlia and Ludicolo is an expanded grid, made available since the pair first released.

Name Effect Energy required Sync orb required Move level required
HP +10 HP +10 0 5 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 0 5 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 2 24 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 0 5 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 2 24 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 0 5 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 2 24 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 2 24 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 0 5 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 2 24 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 0 5 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 2 24 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 2 24 1
Muddy Water: Power +3 Muddy Water: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Muddy Water: Power +3 Muddy Water: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Muddy Water: Power +3 Muddy Water: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Muddy Water: Power +3 Muddy Water: Power ↑ +3 3 36 1
Muddy Water: Power +3 Muddy Water: Power ↑ +3 3 36 2
Muddy Water: Accuracy +10 Muddy Water: Accuracy ↑ +10 5 60 1
Muddy Water: Move Gauge Refresh 3 Has a chance (40%) of charging the user’s move gauge by one when a move is successful. 7 84 1
Muddy Water: On a Roll 1 Raises the chance of lowering stat values with the additional effects of the user’s moves. 8 96 2
Teeter Dance: Move Gauge Refresh 9 Charges the user’s move gauge by one when a move is successful. 9 108 2
Razor Leaf: Power +4 Razor Leaf: Power ↑ +4 3 36 1
Razor Leaf: Power +4 Razor Leaf: Power ↑ +4 3 36 1
Razor Leaf: Power +4 Razor Leaf: Power ↑ +4 3 36 1
Razor Leaf: Power +4 Razor Leaf: Power ↑ +4 3 36 1
Razor Leaf: Power +4 Razor Leaf: Power ↑ +4 3 36 2
Razor Leaf: Accuracy +5 Razor Leaf: Accuracy ↑ +5 3 36 2
Razor Leaf: Move Gauge Refresh 3 Has a chance (40%) of charging the user’s move gauge by one when a move is successful. 7 84 1
Razor Leaf: Confusion Synergy 9 Powers up the user’s moves when the target is confused. 9 108 3
No Need to Worry ♪: MP Refresh 2 Has a chance (30%) of restoring one MP of the user’s move when that move is successful. 7 84 2
Clearheaded Prevents the user from becoming confused. 5 60 1
Racing Rain 2 Quickly charges the move gauge when the weather is rainy. 7 84 2
Turbo Turf 2 Quickly charges the move gauge when the terrain is Grassy Terrain. 7 84 2
Empowering Overgrowth 5 Powers up the user’s moves when the terrain is Grassy Terrain. 8 96 2
Grassy Cushion 2 Reduces damage when the user is hit by an attack move while the terrain is Grassy Terrain. 8 96 2
Refreshing Rain 1 Restores the user’s HP whenever its Pokémon takes an action while the weather is rainy. 8 96 2
Rainy Immunity Status conditions cannot be inflicted on the user when the weather is rainy. 9 108 2
Max Move: Team Physical & Special Boost 1 Increases the Physical Moves ↑ Next effect and Special Moves ↑ Next effect of all allied sync pairs by 1 rank after using the user’s max move. 9 108 3
Raging Rain 5 Powers up the user’s moves when the weather is rainy. 10 120 3
Interference Sync 9 Powers up the user’s sync move against targets that are flinching, confused, or trapped. 10 120 3
Superduper 4 Has a chance (50%) of applying the Supereffective ↑ Next effect to the user when its move is super effective. 10 120 3
Sharp Entry 1 Raises the user’s critical-hit rate by 1 stat rank when it enters a battle. 10 120 3
Flood Alert 5 Extends the duration of rainy weather when the weather turns rainy while the user is on the field. 10 120 3
Grassy Terrain Extension 5 Extends the duration of Grassy Terrain when the terrain turns into Grassy Terrain while the user is on the field. 10 120 3
MAX Countdown 2 Reduces the user’s sync move countdown by 2 after using its max move. 10 120 4
Easy Pickings 9 Lowers one of the target’s following stats by one stat rank at random when the user’s attack move is successful against a confused opponent: Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, Speed, accuracy, or evasiveness. 10 120 4
Piercing Gaze Moves never miss. 10 120 5
Discombobulate 9 Lowers the target’s accuracy by one stat rank when the user’s attack move against it is successful. 10 120 5
Max Geyser: Power +100 Max Geyser: Power ↑ +100 8 96 3
Max Overgrowth: Power +100 Max Overgrowth: Power ↑ +100 8 96 3
Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam: Power +25 Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3
Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam: Power +25 Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3

Appearances

Story appearances

Dahlia appears in her normal outfit in the following story areas:

Sync pair stories

  • A Day with Dahlia

Quotes

Main article: Dahlia/Quotes → Pokémon Masters EX

Gallery

         
VS model
(Normal colors)
6★ model
(Normal colors)
6★ model
(EX colors)
VS model
(EX colors)
       
Trainer emote
Nice!
Trainer emote
Watch out!
Trainer emote
Let's do this!
Trainer emote
Thanks!
Dahlia's sync move mindscape
(Battle Arcade)

Trivia

  • Dahlia was the last Generation IV Frontier Brain to be added to the game.
  • All versions of Dahlia use special voice-over lines upon entering a team that contains certain Trainers (regardless of their partner Pokémon). Those Trainers include Thorton, Darach, Palmer, Argenta, Fantina, Kiawe, and Tierno.
    • Dahlia also uses special voice-over lines upon winning a battle with Argenta or Tierno on the same team.

Origin

Dahlia's design is based on her appearance in Pokémon Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Ludicolo is one of the Pokémon that Dahlia uses when challenged for a Silver Print in the core series games. Ludicolo's Dex entry comes from Pokémon Ruby.

In other languages

No Need to Worry ♪

Language Title
  Japanese ケセラ セラ♪ Kesera Sera ♪
Mandarin Chinese 順其自然就好啦♪ Shùnqízìrán jiù Hǎo la ♪
  French À quoi bon s'inquiéter ? ♪
  German Kein Grund zur Sorge! ♪
  Italian Tutto va come deve andare ♪
  Korean 케세라세라♪ Keserasera ♪
  Spanish ♪¡No te preocupes!♪

Smiling Arcade Star Water Beam

Language Title
  Japanese ルーレットの女神が微笑む ウォーターレイ Rūretto no Megami ga Hohoemu Uōtā Rei
Mandarin Chinese 輪盤女神展露微笑之 水之光線 Lúnpán Nǚshén Zhǎnlù Wéixiào zhī Shuǐ zhī Guāngxiàn
  French Sourire de l'audacieuse Diva Arcade ! Laser Eau !
  German Wasserstrahl des lächelnden Arkaden-Stars
  Italian Raggio Acqua della sorridente Diva Arena
  Korean 룰렛의 여신이 미소 짓는 워터레이 Rullet-ui Yeosin-i Miso Jinneun Woteo Rei
  Spanish Rayo Agua del Risueño Astro Ruleta





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