Artwork from Sword and Shield
|Trainer class||Macro Cosmos's|
|Games||Sword and Shield|
|Member of||Macro Cosmos|
|Game animation debut||Letter|
|English voice actor||Julia McIlvaine|
|Japanese voice actor||Ayumi Nagao|
|Anime debut||Sword and Shield, Slumbering Weald!|
|English voice actor||Jennifer Losi|
|Japanese voice actor||Atsuko Yuya|
In the games
Oleana is first seen by Rose's side at Motostoke Stadium during the Gym Challenge opening ceremony. She later accompanies him at Hulbury, where she urges the player to earn their Water Badge and join the chairman at a local seafood restaurant. Once the player has won the Badge, Oleana will give the player Rose's League Card and repeat her request. Once the player reaches Hammerlocke, Oleana is seen meeting up with Bede. When Bede later threatens to destroy the ancient mural at Stow-on-Side, Oleana appears with Chairman Rose and revokes Bede's Gym Challenger status.
After the player has cleared the Champion Cup semi-finals, Oleana tasks a League Staff member with keeping the key to Rose Tower away from the player and Hop, wanting to keep Chairman Rose undisturbed during his conversation with Leon. Once the player and Hop reach the top floor of Rose Tower, Oleana challenges the player to a battle in an effort to stop them from reaching Rose.
During the climax of Pokémon Sword and Shield, Oleana requests the player's help in stopping Rose's plan of using Eternatus to bring about the second Darkest Day. During the post-game, she can be found doing voluntary community service at the Galar Mine, giving the player Rose's rare League Card.
After the player has completed The Crown Tundra storyline, Oleana can be found at the Old Cemetery at nighttime, having come to the Crown Tundra to investigate rumors about Rose having been seen there. Upon learning that the person in question was actually Peony and not Rose, she is momentarily angered but quickly calms down before leaving.
- Main article: Oleana/Quotes
|Artwork of Oleana|
from Pokémon: Twilight Wings
|Oleana in Rose's|
rare League Card in
Sword and Shield
In the anime
Oleana debuted in Sword and Shield, Slumbering Weald!, where she and Rose visited the Galar Energy Plant, just as a burst of Galar Particles escaped from the reactor core. She pushed for more energy to be injected into the core, eventually prompting Eternatus to awaken. In the meantime, she had one of her subordinates follow Goh and Sonia, who were trying to learn more about the Darkest Day legend.
In Sword and Shield: "From Here to Eternatus!", Oleana stopped Goh from reaching Rose, but she lost in the battle that unfolded inside the Hammerlocke Stadium foyer in Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!. She returned to her boss's side, joining him in a helicopter to watch Eternatus transform into its Eternamax form and take on Ash, Goh, and Leon. Following Eternatus's defeat and capture, she went into hiding with Rose.
Oleana is dedicated to her position as Rose's secretary and wholeheartedly supports his ambitions. She is contemptuous and prone to violent outbursts of anger, especially when Rose's integrity is questioned. Later in Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!, when Eternatus transformed into its Eternamax form, Oleana expressed some concerns about Rose's actual motives.
|Milotic was sent out to battle Goh and Raboot. In Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!, it was defeated by Goh's newly evolved Cinderace.|
|Debut||Sword and Shield: "From Here to Eternatus!"|
Pokémon: Twilight Wings
Like her game counterpart, Oleana is extremely dedicated to her work, almost as if it were an extension of her life. In the past, she was the only one to make progress in studying the Dynamax phenomenon, which earned her the admiration of Rose.
|Trubbish is Oleana's first known Pokémon. It was seen by her side in a laboratory in a flashback.
None of Trubbish's moves are known.
|Tsareena is Oleana's second known Pokémon. It was seen with her when she started a day of work at Rose Tower.
None of Tsareena's moves are known.
Oleana briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.
In the manga
In Toasty!! Battle Against Toxapex, Oleana appeared with Rose at Hulbury, where they met Henry and Marvin. Seeing potential in Henry, Rose invited the boy to dinner at the Captain's Table restaurant, only to be dragged away by Oleana, who noted he didn't have free time to spare. Later, she took Henry and Sonia to meet with Rose, whose insistence on having dinner forced her to add it to his schedule. Noting Sonia's investigation of the Dynamax phenomenon, Rose suggested she may find hints about it in Galar's history. He had Oleana make arrangements for Sonia to be allowed access to the vault in Hammerlocke.
In PASS14, Oleana and Rose stopped Bede from destroying the Stow-on-Side mural to obtain Wishing Stars. Rose reprimanded Bede for damaging an important piece of Galar's history and punished him with disqualification from the Gym Challenge.
In PASS17, after an earthquake shook Hammerlocke, Raihan went into the Energy Plant to see if Rose was safe. There, he found Oleana and Rose, who explained the shaking was due to an experiment with Wishing Stars. They hoped to find a new source of electricity to prevent an energy crisis a thousand years away. Raihan agreed to keep what he learned secret and left without issue, though Oleana noted he didn't believe their explanation. They then prepared to feed the Wishing Stars to an Eternatus they held captive.
In PASS18, Oleana was revealed to have sent a group Macro Cosmos's to deal with a Dracovish that suddenly Dynamaxed due to the Energy Plant incident. When they reported their failure, an annoyed Oleana informed Rose of the situation and ordered the team to stand back in Wyndon.
In PASS25, after discovering Rose was working together with Sordward and Shielbert, the Gym Leaders gathered at Rose Tower to find out if Rose intended on bringing harm to Galar. Oleana faced the Gym Leaders to prevent them from getting inside, but Henry, Casey, Bede, Hop, and Marnie managed to sneak by. Rose wasn't in the building, but appeared on a video screen, where he revealed his plan to release Eternatus and restart the Darkest Day, thus ensuring the safety of Galar's future. Power Spot lights began appearing all over the region, causing Pokémon to start Dynamaxing at random.
Later, after Sordward and Shielbert failed to defeat Eternatus and prevent the Darkest Day from going out of control, Oleana was ordered by Rose to begin plan B. While Rose faced Eternatus with his Gigantamax Copperajah, Oleana entered the Energy Plant and asked Henry's group to help assist Rose.
|Tsareena is Oleana's first known Pokémon. She was first used to attack Raihan after he snuck into the Energy Plant. She was later used to stall the Gym Leaders trying to climb Rose Tower.
None of Tsareena's moves are known.
|Froslass is Oleana's second known Pokémon. She was first used to attack Raihan after he snuck into the Energy Plant. She was later used to stall the Gym Leaders trying to climb Rose Tower.
None of Froslass's moves are known.
|Salazzle is Oleana's third known Pokémon. She was first used to stall the Gym Leaders trying to climb Rose Tower.
None of Salazzle's moves are known.
|Milotic is Oleana's fourth known Pokémon. It was first used to stall the Gym Leaders trying to climb Rose Tower.
None of Milotic's moves are known.
|Garbodor is Oleana's fifth known Pokémon. It was first used to stall the Gym Leaders trying to climb Rose Tower. In its Gigantamax state, it fought Bea's Gigantamax Machamp.
None of Garbodor's moves are known.
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
|Milotic is Oleana's only known Pokémon.
None of Milotic's moves are known.
In the TCG
- Main article: Oleana (Rebel Clash 163)
Oleana was introduced as a Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sword & Shield Series (the Japanese Sword & Shield Era). It was first released in the Japanese Rebellion Crash and the English Rebel Clash expansions, with artwork by Yusuke Ohmura. It was also released as a Full Art card and Secret card in the same Japanese and English expansions, with artwork by kirisAki. It allows the player to move an opponent's Trainer card to the bottom of their deck after the user discards two cards.
|Japanese||オリーヴ Olive||From olive|
|English, Brazilian Portuguese||Oleana||From Olea (genus that contains olives)|
|German, Spanish||Olivia||Similar to her Japanese name|
|Italian||Olive||From her Japanese name|
|Korean||올리브 Olive||Transcription of her Japanese name|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||奧利薇 / 奥利薇 Àolìwéi / Àolìwēi||Transcription of her Japanese name|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||奧利薇 Ouleihmèih||Mandarin-based transcription of her Japanese name|
|Russian||Олиана Oliana||Transcription of her English name|
|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.|