Art from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
|Relatives||Mother, Wallace (uncle)|
|Games||Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Masters EX|
|English voice actor||Brittany Cox (Masters EX)|
|Japanese voice actor||Unknown (Masters EX)|
|English voice actor||N/A|
|Japanese voice actor||Ayana Taketatsu|
Lisia (Japanese: ルチア Lutia) is a non-player character in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. She is a Pokémon Coordinator from Sootopolis City and the niece of Wallace. For her achievements in Pokémon Contest Spectaculars, she became an idol in Hoenn, filming commercials and scouting Trainers to participate in contests.
In the core series
Lisia is the number one Contest star in Hoenn with a huge fanbase. She owns an Altaria nicknamed Ali (Japanese: チルル Tylulu), which she has owned since he was a Swablu. She can Mega Evolve him into Mega Altaria using her Mega Tiara. Some of her fans call her "Lissi" (Japanese: ルッチー Lutti). Her fanbase has their own clubhouse, which is located in Lilycove City.
She is the daughter of Wallace's older sister and through her family she is a descendant of the ancient people of Sootopolis City. Although she is originally from Sootopolis City, she does not live there anymore. She decided to try doing Contests after seeing her uncle perform in them and then became a Contest star almost overnight. She quickly became a bigger star than Wallace, which allowed Wallace to put more focus on his position of Gym Leader. Her motivation to do Contests is so that she can show people that there is more to Pokémon than just battling.
She learned everything about Contests from Wallace and considers him to be her mentor. She is good friends with Chaz, a fellow Coordinator who debuted in Contests the same day as Lisia did. Chaz admires Lisia a great deal and considers her a rival of his, something which Lisia does not like, as she does not believe Contests are about rivalry.
She scouts the player as a potential Contest star after spotting them in a crowd in front of the Slateport City Contest Hall. She has scouted a lot of Trainers and a great deal of them have become Contest stars. She claims the player is the hundredth Trainer she scouted. When the player talks to the receptionist in any Contest Hall for the first time, she approaches them and gives the player a Contest Costume. According to Wallace, Lisia was brought to a safe place when GroudonOR/KyogreAS was wreaking havoc throughout Hoenn.
She occasionally appears to talk with the player in the dressing room of a Contest Hall. She will appear each first time the player has won a Contest of each rank, after the player beats all five Master Rank Contests and after the player beats her in a Contest. Lisia will occasionally enter Contests after the player has beaten all five Master Rank Contests. After the player has beaten Lisia, she will present them with a Star Light decoration for their Secret Base.
In spin-off games
- Main article: Lisia (Masters)
|Conceptual artwork||Artwork from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
|Artwork from "After the story" |
|VS portrait from|
Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
- Main article: Lisia/Quotes
In the anime
Lisia appeared in JN105. She first appeared in front of the Lilycove City Contest Hall to scout a person for the upcoming Pokémon Contest Spectacular. She ended up choosing Chloe, despite her reluctance, giving her a Contest Pass and a Pokéblock Case. When Chloe later met Serena, she told Chloe that she and Lisia had been working together to liven up Contests in Hoenn.
Later, Lisia participated in a Master Rank Contest Spectacular at Lilycove. She and Serena eventually tied with the first place, and she suggested that they should become an idol duo together, although Serena was hesitant of the idea.
|Ali (Japanese: チルル Tylulu) is Lisia's signature Pokémon, who is capable of Mega Evolving. She used Ali during the Lilycove City Contest Spectacular.|
In the manga
Lisia first appeared in Omega Alpha Adventure 0, where she was seen on a live TV broadcast with Ruby at the Rustboro TV Station. Afterward, in Slateport City, Lisia excitedly praises Ruby and the various ideas he had created for Pokémon Contests while Chaz begrudgingly listens. After getting tired of hearing about Ruby, Chaz decides to leave only for Lisia to stop him. Lisia reveals that after the broadcast, she overheard Ruby stating that it might be the last time he participates in a Pokémon Contest. When Chaz assumes Ruby might just be going to find better Contests in other regions, Lisia is angered and assumes he means Ruby must be quitting. She then goes to call her uncle to complain about Chaz.
Later, Lisia travels to Sootopolis City in order to help in destroying a meteoroid threatening to destroy the world. When she arrives, Lisia hands Ruby a pair of Contest Costumes for him and Sapphire to wear.
|Ali is Lisia's only known Pokémon. It accompanied her on a live TV broadcast at the Rustboro TV Station.
None of Ali's moves are known.
|Debut||Omega Alpha Adventure 0|
Taking care of
The Cosplay Pikachu were introduced by Lisia to Chaz. She reveals that Ruby created the concept of Pokémon wearing costumes for Contests, being the five Pikachu; Pikachu Rock Star, Pikachu Belle, Pikachu Pop Star, Pikachu Ph. D. and Pikachu Libre. It is noticeable that three of them are male and Pikachu Pop Star is the only one with a black marking on the tip of her tail.
|Debut||Omega Alpha Adventure 3|
In the TCG
- Main article: Lisia (Celestial Storm 137)
Lisia was introduced as a Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese SM Era). It was first released in the Japanese Sky-Splitting Charisma expansion before debuting in English in the Celestial Storm expansion, with the background artwork by Megumi Mizutani. It was also released as a Full Art card in the same Japanese and English expansion, with an illustration by Naoki Saito. It allows the player to search their deck for up to 2 (Prism Star) cards, and to put them into their hand.
|Japanese||ルチア Lutia||From ハオルチア Haworthia, チルタリス Tyltalis (Altaria), and ルネシティ Rune City (Sootopolis City)|
|English||Lisia||Similar to her Japanese name. Also from Sootopolis City and possibly lisianthus|
|German||Xenia||From Xeneroville (Sootopolis City)|
|Spanish||Ariana||From Altaria and Arrecípolis (Sootopolis City)|
|French||Atalante||From Altaria and Atalanopolis (Sootopolis City)|
|Korean||루티아 Lutia||From the transcription of her Japanese name and 루네시티 Rune City (Sootopolis City)|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||琉琪亞 / 琉琪亚
Liúqíyǎ / Liúqíyà
|From the transcription of her Japanese name and 琉璃市 Liúlí Shì / Làuhlèih Síh (Sootopolis City)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||琉琪亞 Làuhkèih'a|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Elisia||Similar to her English name|
|Japanese||チルル Tylulu||From チルタリス Tyltalis (Altaria)|
|German||Xeblu||From Xenia (Lisia) and Wablu (Swablu)|
|Spanish||Ariblú||From Altaria, Ariana (Lisia), and Swablu|
|Korean||파비티 Paviti||From 파비코리 Pavicori (Altaria) and 루티아 Lutia (Lisia)|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||小青青 Xiǎo Qīngqīng||From 七夕青鳥 Qīxìqīngniǎo / Chātjihkchēngníuh (Altaria)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||小青青 Síu Chēngchēng|
|This game character article is part of Project CharacterDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each character found in the Pokémon games.|