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An emotional moment from the anime has Pokémon shippers going wild. is wrapping up in Japan, which means that Ash Ketchum has been spending the to the friends he's traveled the Kalos region with for the past three years. He's never had an experience like this before, although he's certainly. Ash's Pikachu (Japanese: サトシのピカチュウ Satoshi's Pikachu) is the signature . Later in the episode, Ash offered to let Pikachu evolve into a Raichu with a Thunder . Ash and his friends had to save both Pikachu when Team Rocket tried to steal The Trainer ID number in Japan is based on the original air date in that. Let's start with when Ash let his Butterfree return to the wild to be with his little girlfriend. Seeing Pikachu cry over his best friend is just wrong.
Pikachu then went for Thunderbolt, but Dodrio used its great jumping ability to dodge the attack. When Dodrio was about to finish him off with Tri AttackPikachu jumped high in the air, and unleashed a super-effective Thunder, defeating Dodrio. Pikachu then briefly faced Falkner's Pidgeotbut as he was already tired from his previous matches, he was quickly defeated by a Whirlwind. Metapod used its jumping abilities to jump high and use Tackle.
Although Pikachu dodged it, it created a dust cloud and used the leaves of a nearby tree to make it unable to spot. Pikachu, however, managed to spot Metapod by using his hearing, and after dodging a series of Tackles with Agility, Pikachu managed to jump on Metapod's back and defeat it with Thunderbolt. Despite Pikachu having the type-advantagehis Thunderbolt attacks constantly missed, because of Scyther using Double Team.
The real Scyther appeared behind Pikachu, and hit him with Fury Cutter. With each Fury Cutter doubling in power, Pikachu was knocked out. He went up against Togepi. Pikachu, however, did not want to hurt his friend, therefore forfeited the match by running away. However, due to Miltank spinning at great speed, she had already dried up, making Thunderbolt useless.
Pikachu then tried attacking with Agility, but he got overpowered by Miltank's Rollout, and was then defeated by another one, causing Ash to lose the battle. In the following episodePikachu battled Miltank again in Ash's rematch against Whitney. First Ash had Cyndaquil tire out Miltank, and then had Totodile create ditches in the ground to slow her down.
Thanks to this strategy, Miltank lost her balance, giving Pikachu the opportunity to throw Miltank in the air by hiding in one of the ditches, and then finish her off with a Thunderbolt, earning Ash the Plain Badge. Later, Ash and Pikachu chased after a Scyther, but accidentally disturbed a swarm of Beedrill in the process. Pikachu managed to shock one of the Beedrill with Thunderbolt, giving Ash the chance to catch it.
With this capture, Ash managed to win the contest, winning him a Sun Stone. Pikachu befriended a bunch of Pichu in The Apple Corp! At first they framed Pikachu into eating apples, while they were the ones who actually ate them. When the Pichu were attacked by a Fearow, Pikachu sent a Thunderbolt warning shot to Fearow, which scared him off. Later Pikachu's electricity was sucked away by Team Rocket, and got kidnapped.
The Pichu eventually managed to restore Pikachu's electricity, and together they blasted Team Rocket off. Despite this, Gastly used its great speed to dodge Pikachu's Thunderbolt, and defeated him with a single Night Shade. In Machoke, Machoke Man! Pikachu battled Chuck's Poliwrathand managed to hit it with a super-effective Thunderbolt. Despite this, Poliwrath was still standing, and after absorbing a Quick Attack with its muscled body, it hit Pikachu with a series of powerful Double Slap attacks, knocking him out.
In Nerves of Steelix! Finally, Ash decided to let Pikachu take a Thunder Wave from Magnemite, so Magnemite could get hit by a Thunderbolt, causing a lot of damage. After dodging another attack from Magnemite, Pikachu finished it off with a Quick Attack, crashing it into a wall. Due to his previous battle against Magnemite, Pikachu was tired and was quickly defeated by a powerful Iron Tail.
In the following episode, Nice Pryce, Baby! Due to the icy field, Pikachu constantly slipped, which caused his Agility to be ineffective, and almost unable to avoid Piloswine's attacks. Ash then got the idea to use the ice pillars to change Pikachu's direction while sliding on the ice. Using this tactic, Pikachu gained a big amount of speed, and slid under Piloswine, giving him the opportunity to hit Piloswine hard with Thunder. Piloswine then started to use Rest in order to return back to full health.
Pikachu tried to finish it off with a Quick Attack, but was too late and got hit hard by a Take Down. Pikachu was still able to battle, and countered Piloswine's next Take Down with a Quick Attack, and hit it with Thunder. This caused the ice under Piloswine to break, which caused Piloswine to fall into the water.
Then, Pikachu hit Piloswine with Thunderbolt, which caused massive damage due to Piloswine's wet fur. Despite this, Piloswine was still standing and constantly hit Pikachu with Fury Attack. Seeing no other option to escape, Pikachu used a close-range Thunder causing a massive explosion.
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Pikachu got knocked down while Piloswine still seemed to be able to battle. Refusing to give up, Pikachu still managed to stand up, and as he was about to attack again, Pryce threw in the towel resulting into a T. Unaware of Kingdra's secondary typeAsh had Pikachu go for Thunderbolt.
To Ash's surprise, Kingdra easily took the attack. Pikachu then tried dodging Kingdra's Twisterbut as Kingdra was able to control the direction of the attack, Pikachu was caught in the tornado. Pikachu then went for Thunder, but also this Electric-type move left Kingdra unscathed. However, after seeing that physical moves didn't work either, Ash followed Misty and Brock's advice to recall Pikachu. Their battle was later stopped due to Team Rocket's theft of the Dragon Fang.
In the following episodePikachu helped stop the rampage of a Dragonite that belonged to the old Blackthorn Gym Leader. Despite the double type-advantage, Gyarados proved to be quite a match for Pikachu, using its Dragon Breath to block Pikachu's Electric-type attacks. After getting hit by a Hydro Pump, Pikachu got wrapped by Gyarados. This, however, allowed Pikachu to hit Gyarados hard with a Thunderbolt. Gyarados quickly managed to recover the attack, and launched a barrage of Bite attacks, causing Pikachu to get cornered.
Clair then sent out her Dragonair to battle Pikachu, who managed to dodge Pikachu's attacks and knocked him out with a point-blank Hyper Beam. In A Claim to Flame! Furret proved to be a tough opponent by repeatedly using Dig to confuse, and attack Pikachu.
Eventually, Pikachu managed to grab onto Furret's back, and as it dove back into one of its holes, Pikachu unleashed a powerful Thunderbolt, and finally finished the match with a Quick Attack.
Pikachu was used again in Tie One On! Azumarill started off using Water Gun, but Pikachu evaded this attack using Quick Attack, and reversed it to hit Azumarill, which it nearly dodged. Azumarill then hit Pikachu with Iron Tail, but Pikachu managed to hold on his tail, and launched a super-effective Thunder, knocking out Azumarill. Next, Pikachu went up against Jackson's Shiny Magneton.
In Playing with Fire! Pikachu battled Harrison's Kecleonwhich used its Color Change Ability to hide itself in the tall grass while hitting Pikachu with its tongue. Eventually, Pikachu managed to grab Kecleon's tongue, and defeated it with Thunderbolt. Harrison then sent out his Sneasel. Sneasel managed to avoid Pikachu's Thunderbolt using its speed, and defeated him with a single Metal Claw.
In the following episodewhile getting ready to depart for Hoenn by ship, Ash and Pikachu got attacked by Team Rocket, who used an electromagnet to stick Pikachu to it, and drain his electricity. Eventually, thanks to some wild Pokemon, and Officer Jenny, Pikachu was saved. The next day, Ash tried to wake Pikachu up, but soon noticed that he was suffering from a severe illness caused by the electromagnet that Team Rocket used to capture him. He met up with Professor Birchwho took Pikachu to his lab.
Even though they were able to strap him to the machine to drain out the overload electricity he received, the machine exploded as the electricity levels were too high. Pikachu then ran off, with Ash and Professor Birch chasing after him.
Eventually, Ash managed to find Pikachu, but in his confused state, Pikachu attacked him, and fled towards the end of a cliff.
As Pikachu fell off the cliff, Ash fearlessly jumped after him, and managed to catch him, and grab a branch. Pikachu tried resisting, but Ash was able to get through, and calm him down. When Ash and Pikachu were pulled up to safety, Team Rocket arrived. Their mecha accidentally cured Pikachu of his illness, and he was able to blast them off, destroying May 's bike in the process.
Norman's Vigoroth proved to be a tough opponent, dodging Pikachu's attacks with ease, and hitting him hard with multiple Scratch attacks.
Pikachu managed to successfully hit Vigoroth with Quick Attack, but Vigoroth hit him again, and defeated him with one final Scratch. Later Pikachu was used alongside Norman's Vigoroth to battle Team Rocket, and blasted them off in addition to rescuing Torchic. In All Things Bright and Beautifly! Despite their effort and training, Pikachu was still unable to fully master Iron Tail. Pikachu started off using Thunder to flatten the rocky battlefield.
Geodude countered with Rock Throwwhich Pikachu managed to dodge using Quick Attack, only to end up right in front of Geodude. This gave Geodude the chance to hit him hard with a Mega Punch. Pikachu used this opportunity to get close using Quick Attack, and hit Geodude with a powerful Thunder, defeating it. Pikachu then faced Roxanne's Nosepass.
Pikachu started off using Iron Tail, which managed to successfully hit Nosepass. Nosepass then used Rock Tomb to trap Pikachu, but he managed to break free using Thunder. However, Nosepass was able to sense Pikachu using its electromagnetic nose, and managed to slam its body into him.
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Nosepass then tried to stomp on Pikachu, but he managed to avoid it by using Quick Attack. He was able to get behind Nosepass, and used Iron Tail, only to fail once again.
Nosepass then went for Thunder Wave, which Pikachu barely avoided. Ash then had Pikachu charge towards Nosepass and let him take its Zap Cannoncausing Pikachu to absorb the electricity. Pikachu then tackled Nosepass, releasing the electricity at Nosepass, causing it to become paralyzed. Pikachu defeated Nosepass with one final Iron Tail, finally mastering the move in the process, as well as earning Ash the Stone Badge.
In Watt's with Wattson? Inside the group encountered a robot Raikou. Thinking it would attack, Ash ordered Pikachu to attack the robot with Iron Tail, causing an explosion. This destroyed the robot, but also overcharged Pikachu with electricity, unbeknownst to the rest, however. Pikachu first faced Wattson's Magnemite. Due to being overcharged, Pikachu defeated Magnemite with a single Thunderbolt after dodging a Swift attack. Next, Pikachu battled Wattson's Voltorb and also managed to easily defeat it with another Thunderbolt.
Getting agitated, Wattson sent out his Magneton and ordered it to use Zap Cannon. Pikachu easily managed to overpower this attack with Thunder, which also knocked Magneton out, earning Ash the Dynamo Badge. He was sent out against Flannery 's Slugmaafter it had burned Treeckoand put Corphish to Sleep.
After using Quick Attack to dodge Flamethrower, he finally broke Magcargo 's Reflect that was affecting previous battles. Then, Slugma used Smog to cover itself. Pikachu, however, was able to sense it, and used Iron Tail. In some cases, Ash was given the badge without challenging the gym. During the rematch, Ash uses the gym's sprinkler system to drench Onyx, and use Pikachu's Thunderbolt attack to electrocute him. Ash leaves the battle before knocking out Onyx and Brock hands him the Boulder Badge, though the battle was not officially over.
In Cerulean City, Ash is ready to battle for his next badge. The gym leaders Violet, Lily, and Daisy, were more interested in being performers and offered to hand him the badge.
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Misty, their sister, and another Cerulean City gym leader challenged Ash instead. Before they could battle, Team Rocket broke in.
Ash helped the four sisters defeat the team. As thanks, Daisy gave the Cascade Badge to Ash. In Sun and Moon, Ash starts a new adventure where "being the very best" isn't his primary goal. For a child, he has the survival knowledge most adults don't even. However, for the first time in Sun and Moon, which debuted in MayAsh is headed to school. He watches some of the students perform more powerful movies with a device called the Z-Ring.
Unlike most mothers, Mrs. Ketchum has never forced Ash to attend school. She grants him permission to join. He's made several new friends in the past 20 years, but few join him on his adventure. Misty first joined him in Kanto and the two traveled together for five seasons of the show. Pokemon Origins Episode 2 Now this isn't from the original anime but actually from the excellent, recently released Pokemon Origins. The series followed the original games to a T, including the Marowak ghost haunting the tower in Lavender Town.
The show introduces a baby Cubone who reunites with his mother one last time before she finds peace with her passing. If you're a Pokemon fan, make sure you check out this four-part special because it is awesome. The First Movie Okay, we all knew it was coming to this, the granddaddy of them all: So we see Pokemon struggling to fight their clones, which is difficult to watch.
But then we see Pikachu simply unwilling to fight back, just taking slap after slap standing up for what he believes in.
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But then it all goes to the next level when Ash seemingly dies and is turned to stone. Seeing Pikachu cry over his best friend is just wrong. And then every Pokemon starts crying, and then all the kids watching start crying, and then Ash wakes up and then the tears save him. Why is this so emotional!?