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カスミ Kasumi
"The Tomboyish Mermaid!"
Lets Go Pikachu Eevee Misty.png
Art from Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! by Megumi Mizutani[1]
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Eye color Black*, Brown*, Green*, Blue*
Hair color Orange, Pink*
Hometown Cerulean City
Region Kanto
Relatives Unnamed parents (Zensho)
Trainer class Gym LeaderRBYGSCFRLGHGSSPE
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation I, II, III, IV, V, VII, VIII, IX
Counterpart(s) Misty (Masters)
Games Red, Blue, and Yellow, Gold, Silver, and Crystal, FireRed and LeafGreen, HeartGold and SoulSilver, Black 2 and White 2, Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Stadium, Stadium 2, Masters EX
English voice actor Reba Buhr[2] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Ayane Sakura[3] (Masters EX)
Member of Indigo League
Rank Gym Leader
Leader of Cerulean Gym
Badge Cascade Badge
Specializes in Water types
Anime series Pokémon the Series, Pokémon Origins
Debut Pokémon - I Choose You! (Pokémon the Series), File 2: Cubone (Pokémon Origins)
Counterpart(s) Misty
English voice actor Rachael Lillis (EP001 - AG134), Michele Knotz (MoMP - JN147) (Pokémon the Series)
N/A (Pokémon Origins)
Japanese voice actor Mayumi Iizuka (Pokémon the Series)
N/A (Pokémon Origins)

Misty (Japanese: カスミ Kasumi) is the Gym Leader of Cerulean City's Gym, known officially as the Cerulean Gym. She gives the Cascade Badge to Trainers who defeat her in battle. She specializes in Water-type Pokémon.

In the core series games

The player interrupting Misty's date in Pokémon Crystal

Misty appears in Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed, and LeafGreen and Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! as the Gym Leader of the Cerulean Gym, which is the second Gym that the player challenges on their journey. Her strategy is an all-out attack with Water-type Pokémon, and she is constantly looking for ways to improve her technique. A swimmer herself, she trains at the Seafoam Islands. She admires Lorelei of the Elite Four. It is said that she has high hopes for Cerulean Cape, a romantic date spot. She also expresses a desire to travel one day once she has become stronger. In addition to the Cascade Badge, Misty gives out TM11 (BubbleBeam) in Red, Blue, and Yellow, TM03 (Water Pulse) in FireRed and LeafGreen, and TM29 (Scald) in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

In Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Misty appears in Vermilion City after the player has defeated Lt. Surge, offering to show them the way to the Diglett's Cave entrance on Route 11. She also reveals that she sometimes visits Vermilion to swim in the sea.

Three years later, in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, Misty remains the Gym Leader of the Cerulean Gym, which can be challenged once the Team Rocket Grunt who stole the Machine Part from the Kanto Power Plant is encountered at the Gym. Initially, she cannot be found in the Gym. Instead, she can be seen at Cerulean Cape on a date with her boyfriend. When the player arrives, her boyfriend is scared away, prompting her to grow angry with the player and refer to them as a pest. Upon noticing their eight Johto Badges, however, she accepts the player's challenge and returns to the Gym. While she doesn't give out a TM in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, she gives out TM03 (Water Pulse) in HeartGold and SoulSilver.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, once all 16 Badges have been obtained and Suicune has been captured or defeated, Misty can be found on Route 25 on any day between 4 PM and 6 PM. If spoken to, she will offer her Pokégear number to the player. If she is called on Wednesday mornings, she will be up for a rematch at the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City. After her Pokégear number has been obtained, she will also appear on Route 25 every day between 2 PM and 4 PM. Upon speaking to her, the player can have a photograph taken with her if the first Pokémon in their party is a Water-type.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, Misty appears alongside the other Gym Leaders of Kanto as an opponent in the Kanto Leaders Tournament at the Pokémon World Tournament. She also participates alongside the Gym Leaders of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova in the World Leaders Tournament, and other Water-type experts in the Water Type Expert Tournament.

Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker’s information on Misty in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Cerulean City - Sign
  • What does this person do?
"Cerulean City Pokémon Gym
Leader: Misty
The Tomboyish Mermaid!"
Cerulean Gym - Misty
  • Favorite kind of Pokémon?
"My policy is an all-out offensive with Water-type Pokémon!"
Cerulean Gym - Swimmer♂ Luis
  • What is this person like?
"Misty is a Trainer who’s going to keep improving.
She won’t lose to someone like you!"
Seafoam Islands - Young Man
  • There’s a rumor...
"Strong Trainers and Water Pokémon are common sights in these parts.
They say that Misty of the Cerulean Gym trains here."
Cerulean Cape - Dame
  • There’s a rumor...
"This cape is a famous date spot.
Misty, the Gym Leader, has high hopes about this place."
Cerulean City - Pokémon Journal*
  • There’s a rumor...
"Misty is said to worship Lorelei of the Elite Four."
Message from Misty
I’m going to keep training here at this Gym.
When I get better, I’d love to hit the road and travel."


Pokémon Red and Blue

Misty has one X Defend per Pokémon, using it randomly 25% of the time.

Pokémon Yellow

Misty has one X Defend per Pokémon, using it randomly 25% of the time.

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Misty has a Full Heal.

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Misty has a Super Potion.

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Gym battle


Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

Misty uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Misty will always lead with her signature Pokémon, Starmie.

Kanto Leaders Tournament

Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament

Gathered! Gym Leader!

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Gym battle


In the side series games

Pokémon Stadium

Misty appears in Pokémon Stadium as the second Gym Leader the player faces during the Gym Leader Castle challenge. As usual for Trainers in this game, she also uses Pokémon outside her specialty type.


Round 1

Round 2

Pokémon Stadium 2

Misty returns in Pokémon Stadium 2 as part of the Kanto Gym Leader Castle. One of her party members in this game is a Togetic, a reference to the Togepi her anime counterpart owned at the time of the game's release.

During the game's end credits, Misty is seen having a battle with Whitney at the Goldenrod Gym.


Round 1

Round 2

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Puzzle League

Main article: Misty (anime) → Pokémon Puzzle League

The anime version of Misty appears in Pokémon Puzzle League as one of the opponents Ash must defeat in the Puzzle League.

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Misty (Masters)

Misty, in her Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! design, forms a sync pair with Starmie, Psyduck, and Vaporeon in Pokémon Masters EX. Misty became a playable sync pair since the game's release, with her joining the player at the beginning of the game.

Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role EX role Base potential Availability
#003   Misty #0121   Starmie
  ★★★ Story
#003   Swimsuit
#0054   Psyduck
  ★★★★☆☆EX Sync Pair-Up Event
#003   Sygna Suit
#0134   Vaporeon
  ★★★★★☆EX Sync Pair Scout


Main article: Misty/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

Misty in the anime
Main article: Misty (anime)

Misty is a friend and former traveling partner of the anime's main character, Ash Ketchum. After he stole her bike and proceeded to accidentally destroy it in Pokémon - I Choose You!, Misty followed him around the Kanto region, the Orange Islands, and the Johto region, using the time she spent with him to further her goal of becoming the greatest Water Pokémon Master.

At the end of the original series, Misty's bike was returned and repaired by the Nurse Joy of Viridian City, and as her sisters were leaving on a world tour, Misty stayed at the Cerulean Gym as its leader in order to keep it open.

Despite this, she still visits Ash from time to time, meeting up with him during the Mirage Kingdom and Battle Frontier arcs of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire. More recently, she reappeared in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon for two small arcs set in Kanto and Alola, respectively. In Pokémon Journeys: The Series, Misty was inspired to travel again after seeing the Masters Eight Tournament and reunited with Ash to travel with him for a while, before eventually returning to the Gym.

Pokémon Origins

Misty appeared briefly in File 2: Cubone. She was shown being challenged to a Gym battle by Red, who later defeated her off-screen, earning the young Pokémon Trainer the Cascade Badge.


Main article: Misty's Starmie

Starmie is Misty's only known Pokémon. She used it in her Gym battle against Red, but ended up being defeated.

Debut File 2: Cubone


Misty briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Main article: Misty (anime) → In the Ash and Pikachu manga

Misty appears in Ash & Pikachu, a manga based on the Johto, Hoenn, and Battle Frontier seasons of the Pokémon anime. Like in the anime, she is a traveling companion of Ash alongside Brock.

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Misty (anime) → In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Misty appears in The Electric Tale of Pikachu, a manga adaptation of the Pokémon anime.

Unlike in the anime, she does not travel with Ash and Brock constantly, though she does make many appearances.

Magical Pokémon Journey

Main article: Misty (anime) → In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga

Misty, along with Ash and Brock, make cameo appearances in bonus chapters of Magical Pokémon Journey.

Pokémon Adventures

Misty with her Starmie and Brock with his Geodude


Red, Green & Blue arc

Misty debuts in Gyarados Splashes In!, where Red saves her from her enraged Gyarados, which has been experimented on by Team Rocket. After they recapture the Pokémon, Red and Misty join forces to defeat Team Rocket and find the Moon Stone at Mt. Moon. During the battle, Misty is knocked out by a Team Rocket Grunt's Rhydon.

As is shown in Suddenly Starmie, she lives in a large mansion and has a horde of maids that look after her. Here she defeats Red in the Cerulean Gym and trains with him for a couple of days to make them both stronger. At the end of this chapter, she gives Red the Cascade Badge.

Misty dressed up

Later, Red wants to teach his Pokémon Surf, but the HM he tries to acquire is destroyed in a battle with a wild Dragonite. Misty saves Red from drowning; he at first, mistakes her for a mermaid. As Red's one hope of teaching his Pokémon Surf has been utterly demolished, Misty trades Red her Gyarados for his Krabby. They have each other's Pokémon in their respective parties to this day.

Yellow arc

She is seen talking with Professor Oak about Red's disappearance and worries about him, especially after hearing that Oak gave Red's Pokédex and Pika to Yellow, who she considered a random stranger. She was then seen teaming up with the other 'good' Gym Leaders of Kanto to thwart Super Nerd Miles, then possessed by Agatha's Gastly and attempting to retrieve Pika. After the event, she meets Yellow for the first time and gives her an Omanyte. She was also seen being stalled by Agatha, who forced Cerulean under attack by a group of Gastly and Haunter. They finally retrieve what they were after all along, her Gym Badge. Misty had her Starmie go to Cerise Island and give the message to the others.

Gold, Silver & Crystal arc

Unlike in the anime, Misty has changed her hairstyle later on to match the one worn by her in Pokémon Gold and Silver. During the second Team Rocket crisis, Suicune lured Misty into a battle underneath Tohjo Falls and later offered to be her partner. The recruitment somehow gave her strength and confidence, as she was able to easily defeat Whitney in her exhibition match at the Indigo Plateau. However, she later becomes injured in the battle with the Masked Man, and Suicune goes on to take Crystal as its second partner for the battle's climax.

In The Last Battle XIV, Misty decides to report to Erika via her Pokégear. Since Erika lent her Pokégear earlier to Red, Red ends up being the one who receives the call. Misty's feelings for Red couple with Yellow noticing that Red is talking to Misty creates an awkward tension in the air. Green, fully aware of the tension between them, smugly declares that the three should simply all live together, much to their embarrassment.


On hand

This listing is of Misty's Pokémon in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

Main article: Misty's Staryu

Staryu was the first Pokémon of Misty's seen. It was used quite often by her, most notably against her rampaging Gyarados and Koga's Rhydon.

Debut Gyarados Splashes In!
Main article: Misty's Starmie

Starmie is one of Misty's main Pokémon. It was first seen when Misty trained with Red to become stronger so that they could fight against Team Rocket more easily. In the Yellow arc, it was used to defend Cerulean City from the Elite Four's Ghost-type Pokémon army. Starmie was also used in the Gym Leader tournament in the Gold, Silver & Crystal arc, where it easily defeated Whitney's Mil Mil. It can use an ancient star language to write messages in mid-air, which comes in handy when Misty needs to send a message across a long-distance or when a Pokémon needs to tell Misty something.

Debut Suddenly Starmie
Krabby (Japanese: クラちゃん Kura-chan) was originally owned by Red but Misty traded her Gyarados for her in You Know...Articuno!. Krabby was used often by Misty, most notably when she was fighting to defend Cerulean City from the Elite Four's Ghost-type Pokémon army.

Krabby's known moves are Vise Grip, Crabhammer, and Guillotine.

Debut A Tale of Ninetales
Main article: Misty's Goldeen

Goldeen was only seen during the Elite Four's attack on Kanto. It was used by Misty to defend her city from Agatha's Ghost Pokémon army.

Debut Punching Poliwrath
Chinchou (Japanese: チーちゃん Cho-chan) was used by Misty to light up the Tohjo Falls when she fell into a cave while saving a wild Krabby.

Chinchou's only known move is Flash, and her Ability is Illuminate.

Debut Chinchou in Charge
Lanturn (Japanese: ランちゃん Lan-chan) was used by Misty to fight Suicune at the Tohjo Falls. Her quick movements and powerful attacks allowed her to do well against the Legendary Pokémon.

Lanturn's known moves are Hydro Pump and Waterfall.

Debut Lovely Lanturn
Formerly owned

This listing is of Misty's previously owned Pokémon in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

Traded away
Main article: Gyara

Gyarados was given to Misty after Red recaught him when he was very fierce following Team Rocket's experiments on him. Later, Misty traded him for Red's Krabby when he could not teach any of his Pokémon Surf to get to the Seafoam Islands.

Debut Gyarados Splashes In!
Given away
Main article: Omny

Omanyte was one of the Pokémon given to Yellow along with Brock's Graveler as a parting gift for their training session. Yellow then nicknamed him Omny, and he has since evolved into an Omastar. He has a Docile nature.

Debut As Gastly as Before
Main article: Suicune (Adventures)

Misty successfully caught this Suicune with the help of her Lanturn, as it longed for a Trainer that would help combat the Masked Man. However, it wasn't long until Misty's injuries from the fight with the mastermind forced it to partner with Crystal and leave her.

Debut Slugging It Out with Slugma

Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Misty in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

Misty appeared as a silhouette in JBA5 alongside her Starmie and the other Kanto Gym Leaders.


This is a listing of Misty's known Pokémon in the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga:

Main article: Misty's Starmie

Starmie is Misty's only known Pokémon. It only appeared as a silhouette.

Debut JBA5

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Misty in the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
Misty in the Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire manga

Red meets Misty while seeking a Moon Stone along with his Pikachu and his Clefairy. During the meeting, Clefairy notices that she is wearing a Moon Stone as a necklace. She declares that they battle her if they wish to have it. While the Clefairy is initially pumped up to battle, he quickly changes his mind when he sees that his opponent is a massive Blastoise. After a while, the battle is won when Clefairy sucks up all the water in a nearby river and releases the water onto Misty's Pokémon, sending it flying into the sky. Just when Misty is about to reward Red's group with the prize they sought, it gets stolen by someone else.

She is seen again when Red participates in the No. 1 Pokémon contest acting as a judge and when he went to a swimming pool.

Misty lent him her Togepi while in the Pokémon League as Red needed extra support to defeat Green.

Misty reappears in a cameo in Clefairy, Form Teacher Of Class 1P!!, where she is seen wearing her outfit from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.


Blastoise is the first Pokémon seen in Misty's possession. She sent it out as Clefairy's opponent. He defeated Blastoise when he sucked all of the water from a nearby river and unleashed all of the river water on it.

None of Blastoise's moves are known.

Debut Receive The Moon Stone!!
Jigglypuff is another known Pokémon of Misty's that was first seen with her when Red went to the swimming pool.

None of Jigglypuff's moves are known.

Debut Part-Time Job at the Swimming Pool!!
Main article: Misty's Togepi

Misty gave Togepi to Red temporarily and he returned it back to her later on.

Debut The Pokémon Banana League (Part 2)

Pokémon Zensho

Misty in Pokémon Zensho
A young Misty

When Satoshi arrives at the Cerulean Gym in PZ03, he is given a pair of swimming trunks as that is all that is allowed inside the pool arena. Misty appears soon after, prompting a blush from him. Soon after, during the battle, he sends out his Charmander, which is afraid of going near the water since the flame on its tail might go out. His Pikachu is sent next, but having no idea of what to do around the water, it falls in. As he attempts to save his Pokémon, Satoshi gets a cramp and nearly drowns, but Misty manages to rescue him.

Later on, as Satoshi and Pikachu dry themselves off, Misty suggests that she teach them how to properly move around in the water, so they can stand a better chance next time. He trains along with Pikachu, who floats on a lifesaver. Misty attempts to take the device away from the mouse, only to see that it is clinging to it. Eventually, Satoshi and Pikachu end up improving. As Satoshi sits around with a Seel, Misty relays a story over how a Dewgong rescued her once when a large wave swept her underwater at the beach. Due to that experience, she feels gratitude toward the Pokémon.

After Satoshi thwarts an attack by a Team Rocket Grunt, she awards him with the Cascade Badge and her Seel, telling him that she hopes to meet the Dewgong that rescued her someday.


On hand
Main article: Misty's Starmie

Starmie was sent out for Satoshi's second Gym battle challenge. However, it could not battle as Satoshi had trouble dealing with water and the battle was officially called off.

Debut Cerulean City
In the Gym

Gym Pokémon
Misty was shown to have a Staryu, Shellder, Goldeen, Horsea, Magikarp, Seaking, and Tentacool in her Gym.

None of the Gym Pokémon's moves are known.

Debut Cerulean City
Given away
Seel was given to Satoshi as a gift for mastering his swim lessons. This Seel reminded her of a Dewgong that rescued her once when a large wave swept her underwater at the beach. As a result, she wanted to see that Dewgong again.

None of Seel's moves are known.

Debut Cerulean City

In the TCG


For the full list of cards featuring Misty or her Pokémon, see Category:Misty (TCG)

Hanada City Gym deck box

Misty first appeared in the Pokémon Trading Card Game with the release of the Japanese Hanada City Gym deck on April 26, 1998. The deck is built around Misty and her Pokémon, including the eponymous Misty, Misty's Wrath, Misty's Duel, and Misty's Tears Trainer cards. The Leaders' Stadium expansion released shortly afterwards would add more of Misty's Pokémon and another Trainer card, Misty's Wish. These cards would see international release in the Gym Heroes and Gym Challenge expansions, with the former including a Misty Theme Deck.

The Riding on Lapras CD released August 21, 1999 included a special promo card of Misty's Treatment, as Misty's voice actor performed the song. Misty would next be featured in the TCG with two more of her Pokémon being released in the Pokémon VS expansion. The Theater Limited VS Pack including Misty's Politoed and Misty's Corsola would be Misty's last appearance in the TCG for 13 years.

Misty's Determination Full Art print

Misty would return to the TCG during the XY Series in the BREAKpoint expansion (the Golduck BREAK + Palkia-EX Combo Deck in Japan) in a cameo in Lapras's artwork and the Misty's Determination Supporter card. A print of Gym Badge featuring Misty and the Cascade Badge would also be a prize at official tournaments near the end of the XY Series.

The Sun & Moon Series added another Supporter card, Misty's Favor, in the international Unified Minds and Japanese Miracle Twin expansions. Another Japanese deck was then built around Misty: the Misty of Cerulean City Gym Trainer Battle Deck. While the Pokémon within lacked her name from their titles, Misty was named in two new cards, Misty's Water Command and Misty's Cerulean City Gym. These cards saw international release in the Hidden Fates expansion. At the end of the Series, Misty was featured alongside Lorelei in the TAG TEAM Supporter card Misty & Lorelei in the Cosmic Eclipse and Tag All Stars expansions.

Misty's next appearance was in the artwork for Astral Radiance Starmie .


Contents of the Misty of Cerulean City Gym Trainer Battle Deck

The Hanada City Gym and Misty Theme Decks prominently featured her on the box.

In Japan, a set of card sleeves featuring Misty and her Psyduck were released alongside the special Pokémon 20th Anniversary set, the Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary.

Like the first deck, the Misty of Cerulean City Gym Trainer Battle Deck features Misty on the box, as well as the card sleeves, deckbox, coin, and playmat. A rubber playmat sold separately also uses this artwork, along with her Starmie.

A set of card sleeves featuring Misty, her Starmie, and her Politoed was available in Japan the same day as the Battle Region subset.

In the TFG

Misty appears as a rare Trainer figure in the launch set, Next Quest, of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game.

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Misty appears as a random trophy, wearing her outfit from the anime.

Trophy information

Misty's the gym leader of Cerulean City and a real tomboy. She loves swimming and all things aquatic, so she makes a point of collecting Starmie, Staryu, and other Water-type Pokémon. This is common among gym leaders: typically, the Pokémon kept by Trainers tend to reflect that person's personality and preferences.



Headshot from
Red and Green
Artwork from
Red and Blue
Artwork from
Yellow by Ken Sugimori [4]
Artwork from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Artwork from
HeartGold and SoulSilver by Ken Sugimori[5]
Artwork from
the Game Freak website
Artwork from
the Game Freak website
Artwork from
the Game Freak website
Artwork from
the Game Freak website
Artwork from a TCG Card Sleeve by Naoki Saito
Concept art from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
Raw artwork of Misty's Favor from the Unified Minds expansion by Hideki Ishikawa

Sprites and models

In the core series

Sprite from
Red and Blue
Sprite from
Sprite from
Generation II
Sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
VS model from
Let's Go, Pikachu!
and Let's Go, Eevee!
Overworld sprite from
Generation I
Overworld sprite from
Generation II
Overworld sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Overworld model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

In other games

Portrait from
Portraits from
Stadium 2

TCG Artwork

Misty and the Cascade Badge Misty and the Cascade Badge Misty and her Horsea Misty showing affection
Misty and her Psyduck Misty and her Staryu Sabrina controls Misty and her Psyduck Misty's updated VS art


  • Misty's Japanese Leader title is おてんば人魚 The Tomboyish Mermaid.
  • In Pokémon Yellow, Misty calls Red a "sweetie" right before the battle, in the sentence "Are you ready, sweetie?". In the original Japanese version, she uses her anime counterpart's catchphrase instead (いくわよ!マーイステディ! Go! My Steady!).
    • Also in this game, her level 21 Starmie knows Harden; however, Staryu can't learn the move until level 22 in that generation. While Starmie learns the move at level 1, there is no legitimate way to find Starmie in the wild.
  • Misty slightly resembles Arle Nadja from the Puyo Puyo franchise.
  • Misty appeared in concept art included in the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Essential Artbook, implying she was considered to appear in the game. The art depicted her on a floating house with two canoes modeled after Huntail.


Language Name Origin
Japanese カスミ Kasumi From 霞草 kasumi-sō (baby's breath), 霞 kasumi (mist)[6], and possibly 海 umi (sea)
English, German,
Spanish, Italian
Misty From mist[6]
French Ondine From ondine, a water nymph in Germanic mythology
Korean 이슬 Iseul From 이슬 iseul (dew)
Chinese (Mandarin) 小霞 Xiǎo Xiá From her Japanese name and 霞 xiá / hàh (rosy clouds)
Chinese (Cantonese) 小霞 Síu Hàh
Russian Мисти Misti Transcription of her English name
Thai คาสึมิ Khasuemi Transcription of her Japanese name
Vietnamese Kasumi Transcription of her Japanese name

Misty's Pokémon

Main article: Misty's Staryu → Names
Main article: Misty's Starmie → Names


Language Name Origin
Japanese クラちゃん Kura-chan From クラブ Crab (Krabby)
Brazilian Portuguese Krabbinho*
From Krabby
Vietnamese Bé Kura Transcription of Japanese name


Language Name Origin
Japanese チーちゃん Chie-chan From チョンチー Chonchie (Chinchou)
Brazilian Portuguese Chinzinho From Chinchou
Vietnamese Bé Chii Transcription of Japanese name


Language Name Origin
Japanese ランちゃん Lan-chan From ランターン Lantern (Lanturn)
Brazilian Portuguese Lantinha From Lanturn
Vietnamese Bé Ran Transcription of Japanese name

External links


Gym Leaders of the Kanto region
Pewter Gym  
Cerulean Gym  
Vermilion Gym  
Lt. Surge
Celadon Gym  
Fuchsia Gym  
Koga Janine
Saffron Gym  
Cinnabar Gym  
Viridian Gym  
Giovanni Blue

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