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Lana is a Trial Captain that specializes in Water type Pokémon. Lana appears in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

Appearance

Lana is a short and slender young girl with fair skin, blue eyes, and short blue hair, the latter in which she wears a yellow string headband that resembles a fishing net. She wears a short blue cape behind her back, a sleeveless white sailor shirt on top of a dark blue swimsuit with a blue fish decal in the middle of the chest, and long blue pants with a yellow string near the waist (from which hangs a badge shaped like her Trial Captain symbol) and blue Hawaiian wave patterns on the bottoms. On her feet, she wears darkly-colored rubber sandals that are too big for her. She is also often seen with a fishing rod.

Personality

Lana is dedicated to her family and is a reliable older sister who watches over her younger twin sisters. She is fairly timid at times but does her best to prove her skills as a Trial Captain. She also likes to jokingly tell stories of false events which is up to the player to believe it or not.

Biography

Games

Lana meets the player character at the start or Brooklet Hill, where she has to be followed. She stops near ponds twice and says she hears a Pokémon splashing for help. The player character has to summon a Lapras and swim towards the source, then battle Wishiwahi both times. Then she leads to the Trial start, and says the player character can't leave after going in. One has to swim to the whirlpool, where the Wishiwashi school forms. After beating this Totem Wishiwashi, Lana awards with a Waterium Z. One can battle her when finding her house and her sisters entice her to do so.

Anime

Lana's appearance

Lana appearances in the anime.

Main article: Lana (anime)

Manga

Main article: Lana (Adventures)

TCG

Main article: Lana (Ultra Prism)

Lana appears as a Trainer card in Pokémon Trading Card Game. She debuted in Sun and Moon: Ultra Prism expansion set.

Sprites

Pokémon

Sun and Moon

Chinchou XY
Chinchou
 Type Water Type Electric 
Shellder XY
Shellder
 Type Water 
Araquanid SM
Araquanid
 Type Water Type Bug 
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 Type  
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 Type  
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 Type  
Lv. 26 Lv. 26 Lv. 27 Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Volt Absorb Ability: Shell Armor Ability: Water Bubble Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: Waterium Z Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Electro Ball Supersonic Bubble Beam - - -
Bubble Beam Icicle Spear Bug Bite - - -
Thunder Wave Water Gun Bite - - -
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Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Lanturn XY
Lanturn
 Type Water Type Electric 
Cloyster XY
Cloyster
 Type Water Type Ice 
Araquanid SM
Araquanid
 Type Water Type Bug 
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 Type  
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 Type  
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 Type  
Lv. 60 - Lv. 60 - Lv. 60 - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Volt Absorb Ability: Ability: Water Bubble Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: None Item: Waterium Z Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Discharge Spike Cannon Liquidation - - -
Hydro Pump Icicle Crash Leech Life - - -
Thunder Wave Smart Strike Crunch - - -
Icy Wind Spikes Frost Breath - - -



Trivia

  • In the crew's initial concepts of designing Lana, she was going to have two older sisters, but this later got scrapped and changed to her being the eldest child in her household.
  • Among the credits of Pokémon Sun and Moon, young Lana is shown to have hooked a school of Wishiwashi, while in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon version, she fished up a Wailord. These credits strongly imply that Lana is a proficient fisher.
  • Lana's name means "floating" in Hawaiian. Suiren, her Japanese name, comes from 水 (sui, water).

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