She was beautiful, her wet body gleaming as the sunlight reflected off of her, damp sand clinging to her back as she ground herself against the Milotic's tail, panting rapidly as she moved faster and faster, her arms still pinned uselessly against her sides. The story does have a somewhat happy ending, however, as Lillis did eventually return to voice some minor roles, including Jigglypuff. After all, Misty was the first female hero for many '90s girls. With longer hair, Misty looks a lot older than she is. How do you know my name, and who the hell are you? It's actually a shame this was taken from the American version, as it instantly tells you so much about Misty's character:
In the Japanese version, he straight-up goes for a marriage proposal.
As she watched him he sat up, fanning himself gently with a hand as he brushed sand from his back, opening his mouth again to call out. In fact, the first time she meets Ash, after fishing him out of a lake, the very first thing she does is slap him across the face! But that's okay, because if you want to read stories about Ash and Misty finally getting together, look no further than your Google search bar! You should know what to do from there. For example, Ash is seen to be just as excited for a female company as Brock. Apparently, Misty is closer to her actual self that you might think.