Lillie is a character who appears in Sun and Moon and Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. She is Professor Kukui's mysterious assistant.


Lillie is a young girl with green eyes and platinum blond hair, with two braids at each side of her face. She wears a large white hat, with a blue ribbon around it. Lillie wears a white dress with transparent outlines, a pair of long socks and white shoes resembling ballet flats. She also carries a round bag with a Poké Ball design on both sides.

As later revealed, Lusamine made the choice of Lillie's dress for her, likely with the intent of resembling a Nihilego given her obsession with that species of Ultra Beast. After realizing her mother is too far gone to listen to reason, she changes her outfit to a white sailor-like shirt with a blue ribbon and a very short white miniskirt with a light blue line. She stops wearing her hat, instead restyling her hair as a ponytail tied together with a braid. She also wears a pink backpack with a white ribbon and white penny loafers with white ankle socks.


Lillie is a mysterious girl who assists the professor for personal reasons. She's not fond of making Pokémon fight in battles, but she loves reading and has devoured many books. Lillie was revealed to have taken a Cosmog from her mother, and along with Kukui and Burnet are studying the Cosmog and its secrets. Lillie will play an important role in the story of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.

Lillie loves to shop and read books. When she is traveling with the player character, she is usually exclaiming to do some shopping of her own, and in cities would tell the player character that she got lost and ended up buying outfits in a shop. Lillie is always getting lost, and the player character has to help her. This happens usually because Lillie is trying to avoid Team Skull grunts, as she is not a trainer, and ended up going in the wrong directions trying to get away from them.

Lillie originally had a close relationship with her mother, as she mentioned sleeping in Lusamine's bed as a child. However, over time, Lusamine started becoming insane and grew even madder when Gladion escaped Aether Foundation two years before the story begins. She became unbearable to Lillie, so she left as well. When the player character and Lillie meet Lusamine in Ultra Space, she gets the courage to yell at Lusamine for being terrible for trying to control her and stating that "children are not just things that belong to their parents". After Lusamine gets separated from Nihilego, she regains some of her sanity back and touches Lillie's cheek. Lillie eventually decides to travel to Kanto to find Bill so that he may give her the cure for Nihilego's poison. Lillie also decides to go to Kanto to become a true Pokémon Trainer so that she may earn badges and meet and catch lots of wonderful Pokémon.


Sun and Moon Demo

Lillie can be found near the Ten Carat Hill entrance on Saturday evenings staring at the night sky with something in her bag.


Sun and Moon

Lillie game

Lillie at the bridge

Lillie is first seen in the intro of the game three months before the story takes place, fleeing from Aether Paradise. She is cornered by three employees, but Cosmog teleported them out of the paradise. She is found by Professor Burnet at the beach and she tells her husband. Professor Kukui took her in and gave her a place to stay.

Three months later, Lillie is encountered going to the Ruins of Conflict. Cosmog escaped her bag and she gets worried. The Cosmog, nicknamed Nebby, is suddenly attacked by three Spearow and then the player character arrives. She gives the player character the task of saving Cosmog. While protecting Nebby, the bridge broke and Tapu Koko saved the player character. She thanked the player character and asked if they can lead her down because she is not a trainer. She then introduced herself as the assistant of Professor Kukui. When they both get back to town, Lillie told Hala and Kukui what had happened and the player character gets to choose their starter Pokémon.

Once the player character defeats the Elite Four, and at the Festival, Lillie asks the player character to sneak to the Ruins of Conflict with them to thank Tapu Koko for saving the player character. After the player character battled Tapu Koko, they both head back to the Festival. The next scene showed Hau running into the player character's house and telling him/her that something is a disaster. The player character and Hau arrive at the dock to learn that Lillie is leaving for the Kanto region to help her mother and to become a real Pokémon trainer and meet lots of different Pokémon of the Kanto region. The player character and Professor Kukui wave goodbye as Lillie sailed off. However, Hau is still upset Lillie left. During the credits, it is revealed that the main characters of the story have sent Lillie a package with photos of daily life in Alola and a letter, along with an Island Trial charm. Lillie is grateful for the package and says how everyone's smiles led her to Kanto. Another cut scene showed the opened package with a picture of the player character, Lillie, and Hau together when Rotom took their picture on their way to Hau'oli City.

Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Lillie's role in USUM is very similar to her role in the original games. However, after Nebby evolves, it fuses with Necrozma and escapes through the Ultra Wormhole after being defeated by the player character. Lillie becomes a trainer, but she cannot be challenged in any point of the game, she's just an ally in Multi Battles.

After the player character becomes the Champion and resolves the Team Rainbow Rocket invasion at the Festival Plaza, Lillie appears at the player character's house and asks them to go to Aether Paradise with her to find out what happened after an Ultra Wormhole suddenly appeared. During the interview with Lusamine, after Wicke says that Team Rainbow Rocket dominated Aether Paradise, the player character and Lillie battle Faba and an Employee in a Multi Battle.

After the Team Rainbow Rocket episode, in Kukui's house, Lillie asks the player character that she wants to be their partner at Battle Tree.


Main series

  • Lillie original appearance in the anime.
  • Lillie temporally second appearance in the anime.
Main article: Lillie (anime)

Lillie also appeared in the Anime. She lives in Hau'oli City and she is one of Ash's classmates, along with Mallow, Kiawe, Lana, and Sophocles.

Masters trailer

Main article: Lillie (Masters trailer)


Main article: Lillie (Adventures)

Lillie also appears in the manga, where she meets Moon and Olivia.


Main articles: Lillie (Shining Legends) and Lillie (Ultra Prism)

Lillie appears as a Trainer card in Pokémon Trading Card Game. She debuted in Shining Legends expansion set.

Later, she appears in Sun and Moon: Ultra Prism expansion set.


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Pokémon Trainer Lillie (partner at Aether Paradise during Team RR episode)

Clefairy XY
 Type Fairy 
Lv. 60 Lv. - - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Friend Guard Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: None Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Moonblast - - - - -
Light Screen - - - - -
Reflect - - - - -
Sing - - - - -

Pokémon Trainer Lillie (partner at the Battle Tree)

Ribombee SM
 Type Bug Type Fairy 
Comfey SM
 Type Fairy 
Lv. 50 Lv. 50 Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Honey Gather or Shield Dust Ability: Flower Veil or Natural Cure Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: Light Clay Item: Grassium Z Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Pollen Puff Petal Blizzard - - - -
Light Screen Dazzling Gleam - - - -
Reflect Floral Healing - - - -
U-Turn Grassy Terrain - - - -


  • Lillie is revealed to own a makeup bag and lens case.
  • Lillie calls her new outfit her "Z-Powered form".
  • Lillie's diary can be read by the player character after he/she defeats the Elite Four. According to her diary, she mentions that Alola had no "gym leaders" or "an Elite Four". This may mean that Lillie originally came from a different region other than Alola, as she is familiar with the concept of Gym Leaders.
  • Her original hairstyle before she changes her appearance somewhat resembles Nihilego.


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