(雄刈萱ユリーカ Okarukaya Eureka)
|Voice actor:||Mariya Ise (Japanese)|
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (English)
|Debut:||XY001: Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!|
Eureka Okarukaya (Japanese: 雄刈萱ユリーカ Okarukaya Eureka) is a Japanese traveling companion of Satoshi and the sister of the Lumiose City Gym Leader, Citron, who first appeared in the episode Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!. She is also being watched over her older brother, Citron, as she travels with Satoshi and Serena.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Eureka is a very energetic child and loves to come across new Pokémon. Upon meeting or seeing one, she gets very excited and usually rushes over too them, sometimes scaring the Pokémon. While it is unknown if Citron, her brother, and Eureka have a mother, she continually tries to find a woman for Citron to marry. This results in Citron being embarrassed and removing her from the scene with his Aipom arm. She will continually mention how intelligent her brother is, but will also be over critical of him when something happens to his inventions.
Her love for Pokémon and also being too young to have her own results in her taking care of the Pokémon that Satoshi, Serena and Citron have. She loves to brush, groom, feed, and otherwise take care of any Pokémon of theirs. Also, when a wild Pokémon comes by that she will want to train and own when she gets older comes by, she asks her brother to catch it for her and she will take care of the Pokémon. The most notable one is Dedenne, who usually sleeps in the purse she carries.
Eureka hates being left out of the group and will occasionally pout or stick out in some other way to get the attention of others.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Pokémon[edit | edit source]
Taking care of[edit | edit source]
Voice actors[edit | edit source]
- Japanese: 伊瀬茉莉也 Mariya Ise
- English: Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld
- Korean: 조경이 Jo Gyung-i
- Brazilian Portuguese: Jussara Marques
- Spanish: Blanca Hualde
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Her surname in Japanese 雄刈萱 (おかるかや) means Cymbopogon citratus, commonly known as lemongrass.