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Neesha
スイート Sweet
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Neesha
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Kanto
Trainer class Trainer
Anime debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
English voice actor Lisa Ortiz (M22)
Japanese voice actor Aiko Satō (M01)
Ayane Sakura (M22)

Neesha (Japanese: スイート Sweet) is a supporting character who appeared in a number of Pokémon movies. She is one of the Pokémon Trainers who was invited by Mewtwo to New Island.

In the movies

Mewtwo Strikes Back and Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution

Neesha left Old Shore Wharf on the back of her Dewgong despite Miranda's warnings. She braved the storm conditions and was one of the few Trainers to reach New Island. Neesha was one of the Trainers who battled Mewtwo—rather, its Blastoise clone—using Shellshocker, her Blastoise. However, Mewtwo's cloned Blastoise easily defeated it with a Rapid Spin attack. Neesha attended to Shellshocker as Ash and his Charizard challenged Mewtwo's Charizardtwo. Despite her efforts, all of her Pokémon were soon caught by Mewtwo's Mewtwo Balls and later cloned.

Neesha watched from the sidelines as the original and cloned Pokémon fought endlessly while Mewtwo fought Mew. Ash eventually intervened and was caught in the crossfire, leading Mewtwo to have a revelation and end the challenge. As a result, Mewtwo wiped everyone's memories, including those of Neesha, regarding the events on New Island, and then returned them and their Pokémon to Old Shore Wharf. Later, Neesha joined Officer Jenny and the other Trainers on the pier to watch the storm miraculously clear up.

Neesha reappeared in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution, a remake of Mewtwo Strikes Back, where she played the same role.

Character

Neesha is a calm and approachable person. She carries herself confidently, though she also does not show off. Neesha's streak of determination was most evident during her battle against Mewtwo.

Pokémon


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This listing is of Neesha's known Pokémon in the anime:

 

 
Dewgong
Dewgong was Neesha's main means of transportation to New Island. It was later seen again on New Island when it got captured by Mewtwo and cloned.

None of Dewgong's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michael Haigney
 

 
Wigglytuff
Wigglytuff was seen on New Island with Neesha's other Pokémon.

None of Wigglytuff's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese
English Rachael Lillis
 

 
Shellshocker
Shellshocker (Japanese: クスクス Kusukusu) is Neesha's Blastoise, who came with her to New Island. It fought Mewtwo's cloned Blastoise and was beaten shortly after.

Shellshocker's only known moves are Hydro Pump and Skull Bash*.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Tesshō Genda
English Eric Stuart
 

 
Vileplume
Vileplume was seen on New Island with Neesha's other Pokémon.

It briefly reappeared in a montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

None of Vileplume's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese
English Kayzie Rogers
 

 
Ninetales
Ninetales was seen on New Island with Neesha's other Pokémon.

It briefly reappeared in a montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

None of Ninetales's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese
English Rachael Lillis
 

 
Rapidash
Rapidash was seen on New Island with Neesha's other Pokémon.

It briefly reappeared in a montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

None of Rapidash's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back

I Choose You!

 
Neesha in I Choose You!

Neesha made a cameo appearance in I Choose You!, which is set in a timeline separate from the main series. She battled Corey in the final round of a Pokémon League Conference, in the same vein as the two Trainers seen in the opening of the debut episode of the main series. The outcome of the battle was left unknown. The battle was watched on TV by Ash, who thoroughly enjoyed watching the match.

Pokémon


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This listing is of Neesha's known Pokémon in I Choose You!.

 
Blastoise
In the midst of Neesha's battle against Corey, Blastoise went up against Corey's Gengar. It managed to freeze Gengar with Ice Beam, causing Corey to recall it. Blastoise was next pitted against Corey's Venusaur and they exchanged attacks, both managing to hold on. The outcome of the battle is unknown.

It is unknown if it is nicknamed Shellshocker in this movie's continuity as well.

Blastoise's known moves are Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, and Skull Bash.

Debut I Choose You!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Billy Bob Thompson

Neesha has at least five other Pokémon, as indicated by the scoreboard.

In the manga

 
Neesha in the Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution manga

Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution

Neesha appeared in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution, serving the same role as in the film.

Pokémon

 
Blastoise
 
Ninetales
 
Vileplume
 
Rapidash
 
Dewgong
 
Wigglytuff


Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 佐藤藍子 Aiko Satō (M01)
佐倉綾音 Ayane Sakura (M22)
English Lisa Ortiz
Czech Jana Páleníčková
Dutch Niki Romijn
Finnish Pauliina Virta
German Sonja Reichelt
Indonesian Adinda Larasati (M22)
Italian Federica Valenti
Korean 안영미 An Yeongmi*
Polish Krystyna Kozanecka (M01)
Weronika Łukaszewska (M22)
Brazilian Portuguese Sylvia Salustti (M01)
Lhays Macedo (M22)
Spanish Latin America Ana Lobo
Spain Adelaida López (M01)
Violeta Arroyo (M22)
Swedish Therese Reuterswärd
Vietnamese Phạm Hồ Thanh Lộc (M22)


Trivia

  • Though the book adaptation usually calls her by her English name, it refers to Neesha as "Sweet" when she orders Shellshocker to attack Mewtwo.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese スイート Sweet From sweet, a reference to the surname of her original voice actor Aiko Satō being a homophone to "sugar" (砂糖 satō)[1]
English, German, Spanish,
French, Italian
Neesha
Korean 스위트 Sweet Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 小甜 Xiǎo Tián From 甜 tián / tìhm (sweet)
Chinese (Cantonese) 小甜 Síu Tìhm

References



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