Which Pokemon trainer do you think is cute? and don't forget cutest pokemon!?
ill tell mine! Ok 4 the boy please don't giggle or be mean because me and my friend Sara both like him but we cant agree on the girl so ill say mine and Sara!
Boy: Ash Ketchum
Girl (mine): Dawn
Sara says Dawn brags and is rude but really Dawn is cute strong kind and she cheers or she dresses up piplup and gives him pom poms and piplup cheers. And I think Ash and Dawn have feelings for each other. BUT Sara has DEEP feelings for Ash! She asks me if a pokemon trainer was the only one left who would it be? but really i say Ash because the others are weird.
Did you know Ash's real name is Ashton "Ash" Ketchum?
a little info on Delia!
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Age 29 (novel)
Eye color Brown
Hair color Brown
Hometown Pallet Town
Relatives Ash, Unknown husband/boyfriend (EP002), Unknown father-in-law (EP002)
Anime debut Pokémon - I Choose You!
English voice actor Veronica Taylor (4Kids)
Sarah Natochenny (PUSA)
Japanese voice actor Masami Toyoshima
Delia Ketchum (Delilah is also seen; Japanese: ハナコ Hanako), also known as Mrs. Ketchum (Japanese: ママさん Mama-san) is Ash's mother in the Pokémon anime.
3 Voice actors
4 In the manga
7 External links
Delia Ketchum is a relatively reserved woman. Despite striking some as unintelligent, she was once a student of Professor Oak, along with Spencer Hale, possibly indicating intelligence normally unthought of her.
She lives in Pallet Town with Mimey, her Mr. Mime, which she obtained in It's Mr. Mime Time. She was seen taking care of it while Ash was participating in the Ever Grande Conference. Delia also traveled with Ash to the Unova region in In The Shadow of Zekrom!.
According to Takeshi Shudō's novelization, she runs Pallet Town's only restaurant, Pallet House, which she inherited from her mother. When she was younger, she dreamed of becoming both a model and a Pokémon trainer, but abandoned those dreams to run the restaurant after Ash was born. Brock once commented that she would make a great Pokémon trainer because of her perseverance.
She is usually a quiet, cheerful woman, but when angered, she makes it known, not caring who she is talking to, once telling Entei he should be ashamed of himself in Spell of the Unown.
This listing is of Delia's Pokémon in the anime:
Language [hide]Voice actor
Japanese 豊島まさみ Masami Toyoshima
English Veronica Taylor (4Kids dub)
Sarah Natochenny (PUSA dub)
Dutch Beatrijs Sluyter
Filipino Klariz Magboo
French Canada Nathalie Coupal
Europe Catherine Conet
German Marion Hartmann
Hebrew לירז ברגמן Liraz Bergman
טליה ברקאי Talya Barkai
Polish Anna Bielańska (EP001-EP209, movie 3)
Krystyna Kozanecka (movie 2)
Agata Rzeszewska (EP210-AG040)
Joanna Węgrzynowska (DP003)
Portuguese Brazil Vanessa Alves (first voice)
Lene Bastos (Pokémon Chronicles)
Portugal Teresa Madruga (initial appearances)
Helena Montez (Kanto to mid-Johto)
Paula Pais (mid-Johto)
Sandra de Castro (Master Quest to Battle Frontier)
Isabel Ribas (Battle Frontier)
Spanish Latin America Ana Patricia Anides (EP001-EP273, DP138)
Rebeca Manríquez (SS004, SS014)
Elena Rámirez (AG132-DP003)
Spain Cecilia Santiago (EP001-EP002)
Marisa Marco (EP064-present)
Ana Jiménez (movie 2)
Marta García (movie 3)
In the manga
Delia in the mangaDelia appears briefly in the manga series The Electric Tale of Pikachu, which is based on the anime.
In Pikachu, I See You!, she and Ash discover Pikachu under the floorboards of their house, chewing on the wiring to eat the electricity. Later, she gives Ash a tearful farewell as he leaves on his Pokémon Trainer's journey.
Like May and Max's mother and Dawn's mother, her Japanese name ends in コ ko.
In Pokémon Live! it is stated that she dated Giovanni and was in his gang, but took a better route in life when she met Ash's father, though this might not be the case in the anime.
She is voiced by the same actress who voices her son for both the 4Kids dub and TPCi dub (Veronica Taylor and Sarah Natochenny, respectively).
A younger Delia with Professor Oak and Spencer HaleNames
Language Name Origin
Japanese ハナコ Hanako From 花子. Means flower child. Also often used as an example female name, similar to Jane Doe in English.
English, All-European Delia Ketchum May be a reference to Dahlia, a flower. Ketchum is a pun on "Gotta Catch 'em all" the original slogan of the franchise.
Korean 영자 Yeongja
Chinese 花子 Huāzǐ Same as 花子 Hanako.