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Arena Tycoon Greta is a character appearing in the anime series, who is the Frontier Brain of the Battle Arena in the Battle Frontier in the Hoenn region.
Greta is medium height and is slim. She has short blonde hair in a bob with a fringe and big blue eyes. She wears a sky blue Lycra jumpsuit underneath her robe, which is short and black with cerise pink edges. On her feet she wears cerise pink trainers with white toe caps and white laces.
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Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire
Greta was teaching a martial arts class that included Team Rocket when Ash arrived at the Battle Arena to battle for his next Frontier Symbol. Greta accepted, and after Ash spun a wheel to decide the battle format, it would be a 2-on-2 battle, with Greta using her Hariyama and Medicham while Ash sent out his Grovyle and Snorlax. The battle went back and forth, until Snorlax landed on Team Rocket, exposing them, but Ash's Pikachu quickly blasted them off, allowing the battle to continue. Ash's Grovyle was defeated early on, leaving Snorlax to face Greta's Pokémon 2-against-1, but Snorlax was able to prevail, defeating both of Greta's Pokémon, and winning Ash his Guts Symbol. Before Ash left to face the Frontier Brain of the Battle Dome, Dome Ace Tucker, Greta encouraged Ash to promise to keep the battle fire burning inside him going, and Ash promised to do so.
Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl
Greta appeared in a flashback with her Medicham when Ash recalled his journey to earn every symbol from the Battle Frontier.
- Greta is barefoot during her entire battle with Ash, along with Brock, Max, Scott, Jessie and James as well: Ash and May still had their socks on. Greta is so strict on martial arts, she makes everyone remove their shoes before entering. Ironically, her casual sneakers detract from the appearance of a full-fledged martial artist, unlike when she's barefoot.