Lana
スイレン Suiren
Sun Moon Lana.png
Artwork from Sun and Moon by Ken Sugimori[1]
Age Unconfirmed[2][3]
Gender Female
Height 4'8" (1.40 m)[4]
Eye color Blue
Hair color Blue
Hometown Konikoni City
Region Alola
Relatives Unnamed father
Unnamed mother
Harper and Sarah (younger twin sisters)
Trainer class Captain
Generation VII, VIII, IX
Counterpart(s) Lana (Masters)
Games Sun and Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Masters EX
English voice actor Amanda Lee[5] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Kaori Nazuka[6] (Masters EX)
Member of Island challenge
Rank Trial Captain
Captain of Brooklet Hill
Z-Crystal Waterium Z
Specializes in Water-types
Anime series Pokémon the Series
Debut Alola to New Adventure!
Counterpart(s) Lana (anime)
English voice actor Rosie Reyes
Japanese voice actor Hitomi Kikuchi
Manga series Pokémon Adventures
Pokémon Horizon
Debut Going Ashore and Neighboring Akala Island (Adventures)
Attack on the Headquarters (Horizon)

Lana (Japanese: スイレン Suiren) is the Trial Captain of Akala Island's Brooklet Hill. She is described as an expert with Water-type Pokémon who is dedicated to her family and a reliable older sister who watches over her younger sisters.

In the core series games

Lana appears in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon as the Captain of the trial of Brooklet Hill. In her trial, Lana asks the player to investigate a series of phenomena in the hill's waters using their new Ride Pokémon, Lapras. At the end, they must defeat a powerful sea-going Totem Pokémon, a School Form WishiwashiSM/an AraquanidUSUM. She later appears near the end of Mallow's trial with Kiawe, providing supplies that prove necessary to lure in the Totem Lurantis.

After defeating OliviaSM/becoming ChampionUSUM, the player can visit Lana's twin sisters, Harper and Sarah, in her home in Konikoni City, who ask to play with them by battling them in a Double Battle. After defeating them, Lana arrives, and is goaded into battling the player by her siblings. The battle takes place back in Brooklet Hill, where Lana will use a Z-RingSM/Z-Power RingUSUM along with a Waterium Z attached to her Araquanid.

In Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon only, Lana also appears with Mallow at Lush Jungle during Mina's trial. She will give the player a Blue Petal as a part of the trial, although the player must defeat herUM/MallowUS first. Afterwards, she and Mallow will offer to escort the player to Wela Volcano Park to meet Kiawe and get the next petal from him.

Pokémon

Lana's Pokémon are kept in Net Balls.

Pokémon Sun and Moon



Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Mina's trialUM



Post-game battle



In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Lana (Masters)

Lana forms a sync pair with Araquanid and Tapu Lele in Pokémon Masters EX. Lana became a playable sync pair on June 11, 2021.

Lana first appeared as an NPC during the story event Trials on the Isle. She has also made a notable appearance in one of the game's Main Stories, the Villain Arc.

Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role EX role Base potential Availability
#129   Lana #0752   Araquanid
Water
 
Rock
 
  ★★★★★☆EX Sync Pair Scout
#129   Sygna Suit
Lana
#0786   Tapu Lele  
Psychic
 
Steel
 
    ★★★★★☆EX Poké Fair Sync Pair Scout

Quotes

Main article: Lana/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

 
Lana in the anime
Main article: Lana (anime)

Lana debuted in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. She is a student at the Pokémon School of Melemele Island and one of Ash's former classmates. She loves the sea and likes to fish. She also reappeared in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.

GOTCHA!

Lana briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

 
Lana in Pokémon Adventures
 
Lana in her "battle mode"

Lana debuted in the Going Ashore and Neighboring Akala Island. She, Mallow, and Kiawe traveled to Heahea City to meet Sun, a boy approved to take part in the island challenge. Curious about whether or not Sun was worthy enough to do the island challenge, Kiawe challenged him to a short battle. Though the match ended without a winner, Kiawe bonded with Sun and accepted him as a trialgoer. Lana was still reluctant and told the others to follow her to Brooklet Hill.

In True Identity and the Totem Pokémon of Brooklet Hill, Lana gave Sun the task of defeating the Totem Pokémon causing havoc at Brooklet Hill. Later, Lana watched Sun battled the totem, a School Form Wishiwashi. Due to having befriended Wishiwashi earlier, Sun was reluctant to fight it. This angered Lana, who compared it to herself and pointed out that despite appearances, Wishiwashi was strong and didn't need to be protected. Listening to Lana's advice, Sun stopped holding back and defeated the totem, successfully completing his first trial.

In Homecoming and the Brilliant Professional Golfer, Lana and Sun were informed by Mallow that Kiawe had been attacked by Gladion. Lana, Sun, Moon, and Mallow went to Memorial Hill, where they found an injured Kiawe. When a group of Team Skull Grunts appeared, Lana and Mallow stayed behind to battle them while the others went to protect Tapu Lele from Gladion. After the Grunts were defeated, Lana and Mallow reunited with the others after they successfully helped Tapu Lele.

In Flash and Cosmog's Secret, Lana and the others met at Mallow's family restaurant, where they talked to Professor Kukui's wife, Professor Burnet, over a video phone. After suspecting Team Skull may be related to the Ultra Wormholes appearing around Alola, Lana suggested infiltrating Team Skull's base in Po Town to get answers. Mallow and Kiawe reluctantly agreed, but the former suggested asking Ilima and Acerola to help them.

In A Raid and Po Town, Lana, Kiawe, Mallow, Acerola, Ilima, and Hau arrived at Po Town. Their presence alerted Team Skull's boss, Guzma, who demanded to know why his base was being invaded. When the Captains revealed they only wanted to talk, Guzma agreed on the condition they made it to him first. He then summoned a Pheromosa, Celesteela, and Guzzlord and had them attack the Captains and Hau. Despite their best efforts, Lana and the others were completely outmatched by the rampaging beasts.

In Confusion and Monsters from Another World, Sun arrived at Po Town, only to get caught up in the commotion. Annoyed the Captains were still fighting, Guzma revealed a Cosmog and had it open more wormholes. Gladion appeared, demanding to know where Guzma got the Cosmog and Ultra Beasts from. Revealing his true aim is to destroy Ultra Beasts, Gladion battled the beasts Guzma summoned with his Type: Null. To everyone's shock, Gladion also revealed the Aether Foundation's president, Lusamine, was the one who gave Guzma Cosmog as part of her plan to create a paradise filled with nothing but Ultra Beasts and herself. Eventually, the beasts broke out of Po Town's barrier, allowing them to wreak havoc on all of Ula'ula Island. Lana and the other Captains headed off to various locations to evacuate any innocent civilians caught in the beasts' attacks.

In Adventure in the Dark Dimension, the Trial Captains and island kahunas were revealed to have spent six months on Exeggutor Island training to prepare for another clash with the Ultra Beasts. After their training was finished, Sophocles and Molayne took everyone to Mount Lanakila, where a wormhole had opened up earlier. Shortly after they arrived, their ship was attacked by a group of Aether Foundation Employees and their Ultra Beasts. With the Z-Moves they had acquired, Lana and the others managed to defeat the Ultra Beasts.

Normally, Lana is very shy and timid, but she takes on a more serious and violent persona when in battle. Kiawe refers to this transformation as Lana's (Japanese: バトルモード battle mode). According to Lana, this personality shift actually scares her younger sisters.

Pokémon

On hand
 
Araquanid
Araquanid is Lana's only known Pokémon. It was first used to travel to Konikoni City so that Lana and Sun could rescue Kiawe from being attacked. After discovering the assailants were Team Skull Grunts, Lana used Araquanid to battle them. Later, it was used to battle the Pheromosa Guzma used at Po Town, but was defeated. Later, it fought an Aether Foundation Employee's Blacephalon and won with the help of a Z-Move.

Araquanid's only known move is Bug Bite*.
Araquanid can also perform the Z-Move Hydro Vortex.

Debut Homecoming and the Brilliant Professional Golfer
Raised
 
Totem Wishiwashi
This Wishiwashi is the Totem Pokémon of Brooklet Hill. It was raised by Lana to be used in the island challenge, but became too strong and began terrorizing the sightseers at Brooklet Hill. Lana tasked Sun with defeating the Totem as a part of his trial, which he successfully manage to accomplish. The leader of the Totem was captured by Sun and nicknamed Quarter.

Wishiwashi's known moves are Water Gun and Aqua Tail, and its Ability is Schooling.

Debut True Identity and the Totem Pokémon of Brooklet Hill

Pokémon Horizon

 
Lana in Pokémon Horizon

In Attack on the Headquarters, Lana was seen with Kiawe and Mallow.

In the TCG

 
Full Art print of Lana

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Lana or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Lana's Pokémon
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Wishiwashi   Cosmic Eclipse   240/236 Dream League   053/049
Other related cards
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Lana Su Burning Shadows   117/147 SM-P Promotional cards   036/SM-P
      GX Battle Boost   106/114
Ultra Prism   150/156 GX Battle Boost   118/114
Lana's Fishing Rod I Cosmic Eclipse   195/236 Dream League   042/049
Cosmic Eclipse   266/236 Dream League   073/049
Mallow & Lana Su Cosmic Eclipse   198/236 Alter Genesis   089/095
Cosmic Eclipse   231/236 Alter Genesis   107/095
Friends in Alola Su       SM-P Promotional cards   401/SM-P
 


Merchandise

Pokémon Trading Card Game

Lana has had a variety of merchandise released exclusively for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Lana

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Japan: March 22nd, 2024[8]

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Gallery

For images on Lana's anime counterpart, see: Lana (anime)
For images on Lana in Pokémon Masters EX, see: Lana (Masters)

Artwork

Concept art

 
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Concept art

Merchandise

 
Artwork of the Lana Nendoroid

Raw TCG artwork

For all images and products relating to this character in the TCG, see their In the TCG section
 
Raw artwork of the Mallow & Lana full art
by kirisAki for Cosmic Eclipse

Game assets

 
Ending screenshot from Pokémon Sun and Moon

Sprites and models

   
High-poly model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
VS sprite from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
 
Overworld model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

Trivia

 
Lana's sisters depicted in her concept art sheet
  • Lana is the only Trial Captain who doesn't keep her Pokémon in Ultra Balls.
  • Lana shares her Spanish name with Brigette: they both go by the name of Nereida.
  • Lana is 4'7" (140 cm) tall.
  • In her concept art, Lana has two older sisters, but in the final product they are younger than her.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese スイレン Suiren From 睡蓮 suiren (water lily) and 水 sui (water)
English Lana From lilia-lana-i-ka-wai (Hawaiian for water lily) and lana (Hawaiian for afloat)
German Tracy From Tracheophyta (vascular plant), a division of plants that includes the water lily family
Spanish Nereida From nereida (nereid, sea nymphs in Greek mythology), possibly an allusion to Nymphaeaceae (water lily family)
French Néphie From nénuphar (water lily)
Italian Suiren Same as Japanese name
Korean 수련 Suryeon From 수련 (睡蓮) suryeon (water lily) and 수 (水) su (water)
Chinese (Mandarin) 水蓮 / 水莲 Shuǐlián From 睡蓮 / 睡莲 shuìlián / seuihlìhn (water lily) and 水 shuǐ / séui (water)
Chinese (Cantonese) 水蓮 Séuilìhn
Brazilian Portuguese Vitória From vitória-régia (water lily)
Russian Лана Lana Transcription of her English name
Thai ซุยเรน Suiren Transcription of her Japanese name
Vietnamese Suilen Transliteration of her Japanese name

See also

References

  1. Lana (Burning Shadows 117)
  2. Hala: "The island challenge Kukui spoke of... [...] It is the great adventure that children in the Alola region embark upon, along with their Pokémon, once they reach 11 years of age!" (Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon)
  3. Mallow: "I mean, we have to move on from being captains when we turn 20 anyway." (Pokémon Moon)
  4. File:Lana concept art.png
  5. Amanda Lee's Resume
  6. Pokémon Masters EX Twitter (Japanese)
  7. Komayama confirming they were the artist for the Lana TCG merch.
  8. The Pokémon Center website, listing the release date of the Lana TCG merch.


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