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At the time of writing, Ash has owned 15 of the 18 types through by either catching or trading The only types Ash does not own are Psychic Ghost Fairy. Source


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In the new-ish Sun & Moon series Ash enrolls in Pokémon School, to my knowledge this is the only time he formally enrols into any school or long-term training program. Other appearances of formal education in the anime include: The Pokémon Trainers' School where Ash gives a guest lecture Pokémon Ninja School where he goes to learn Jujutsu (which doesn'...


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Yes, Ash is now considered a Pokemon champion of Alola like Steven. However, Ash already was a 'champion' before becoming the champion of Alola, the champion of Orange Islands. However his victory on Orange Islands is often disregarded due to the unconventional 5 gym battles without Elite Four, a Champion, or a Conference. As mentioned on the Pokemon fan ...


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It's only theoretical and the evidence may not me be true to the games, but in the first movie we see Mewtwo create new Pokeballs, that can even capture a Pokeball, and the pokemon once captured going through DNA engineering device to be cloned, so it's not too far to say that Mewtwo is the one who created the Mega Stones for him. Although the theory might ...


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Meowth can't evolve because he can't battle. As stated on Meowth's Bulbapedia article: Meowth normally does not battle unless there are extreme circumstances; his explanation is that his ability to talk and walk upright came at the expense of battling ability. A good example of this is Pokémon: The First Movie, where Meowth and his clone are two of the ...


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I believe this is a plothole, stemming from the discrepancies between Mewtwo's origins in the games, and its origin in the anime. In the games, Mewtwo is not a clone of Mew, but actually its child: the journals in Cinnabar Mansion refer to Mew giving birth to it. Mewtwo was then subjected to "years of horrific gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments", ...


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In different view to F1Krazy's answer, I would like to point out that evolution has shown to work differently in the anime it does in the games. There is no apparent leveling system in the anime, so it doesn't make sense for Meowth to have "acquired enough experience" for him to evolve. Trade-revolutions are also shown being handled different, as with ...


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Current Pokemon on her team: Goldeen (Belongs to Cerulean Gym.) Staryu (Belongs to Cerulean Gym.) Starmie (Belongs to Cerulean Gym.) Horsea (Caught in Kanto.) Psyduck (Accidentally caught in Kanto.) Politoed (Evolved from Poliwhirl, which evolved from Poliwag, caught in the Orange Islands.) Corsola (Caught in Johto.) Gyarados (Obtained in Cerulean ...


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In the second Ep of the anime, when ash arrives at Veridian City, Ash's mom tells him that his father took four days to get there while Ash arrived there in one day. And found this on MAL: The identity of his father has remained unknown. One reference to him exists in the anime. During a phone conversation between Ash and his mother in the second episode,...


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for the first question In the first season ep75 "Bad To The Bone!" a guy named Soto has lost all of his badges to Team Rocket saying "All our struggles and sacrifices were for nothing", meaning he can't just go and claim his badges were stolen, but in the 5th season ep45 "Why Wynaut!" after Ash's badges were stolen Clair the gym leader tells him "If you ...


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In the II generation games that takes place in the Johto region the league called... be prepared, the Indigo Plateau, together with that there's to be mentioned, in the games the Pokemon leagues called.... the Pokemon league. That to be said, GenII games are known to be continue for the 1st gen games, occurring on the same land two years after the first ...


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Yes, it's the same Ash, the new series prove it by showing his Kalos badges alongside the Manalo Conference Trophy (Episode 2)


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Though the question already cleared I have a more creative way to answer it. In the Anime, Ash' Pikachu learned Volt tackle in the Battle Frontier season ep05 (425) though not entirely learned (by the following episodes when used it's soon failing) by Ash orders Pikachu to use quick attack, though using quick attack Pikachu soon combine it's electricity in ...


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