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Your premise of Mr. Mime being Ash's Pokemon because it so happens to obey Delia Ketchum is false. First and foremost, Mr. Mime was never captured as a Pokemon. It simply decided to hang around Delia and help her out around the house. By extension, because Mr. Mime is not a captured Pokemon, it does not belong to any specific trainer, and can choose to obey ...


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I really don't get 2 things from what you have said: Why do those points make you believe that Ash's Charizard is his worst Pokemon? Ash had lots of downhills and uphills with his Pokemon. Charizard is one of them. In fact, you forget that Charizard is the one beating Gary at the Johto League, his Blastoise which has a big advantage on Charizard. The ...


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In the Japanese version of the anime, Ash's name is Satoshi. His Japanese name comes from Satoshi Tajiri, creator of the Pokémon games. The English version's name is derived from Satoshi, as it contains the letters a, s, and h, and sounds similar to Ash. The Ketchum part of his name, as you've rightly said, comes from the catchphrase "Gotta Catch 'em ...


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In the original Gold/Silver games for Game Boy Color, shiny Pokemon were first introduced to the public as rare collectible versions that appear 1 in 8192 wild encounters. But most people don't know this one thing about shiny Pokemon and their colors: the developers didn't manually choose shiny Pokemon colors. All they did was substitute each Pokemon sprite'...


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The answer is - Yes, the Pokemon movies do occur in the series timeline, and there's clear evidence for some of the movies in the series. [NOTE: contains major spoilers; only for those who watched most of the Pokemon anime and movies] 1st Movie - Mewtwo strikes back This movie not only has a direct connection to the series timeline, but it seems that the ...


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The premise of your question is flawed. Ash does not release Pokémon due to their weakness. In fact, in Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl, we can clearly see that Ash is opposed to this practice. His rival in that series, Paul, does follow this practice of releasing Pokémon he deems weak, and Ash vehemently disagrees with him about it. Ash believes in bringing out ...


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Leon (world champ) Lance (runner up) Other champions Raihan (top 8 member) Tobias * Alain Ash Wallace (former hoenn champ) Elite 4 Brandon (frontier brain) We have a clear answer for this now....even though most of the fans will find this disappointing. Leon (galar champ) is officially the strongest pokemon trainer in the anime now. In the anime he is ...


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By rejected I understand that you want to ask that how many times has it happened that Brock loved a girl but had to leave her. If this is your definition then Suzie and Professor Ivy and more girls will also be considered as even though they loved Brock at one point he had to leave them. Then the total number of girls which rejected Brock are 697. This ...


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In the first movie, Dr. Fuji, the head scientist who worked on Mewtwo's creation in the anime, has this conversation with Mewtwo: Dr. Fuji: "For years we struggled to successfully clone a Pokémon to prove our theories, but you're the first specimen to survive. That is Mew, the rarest of all Pokémon. From its DNA we created you, Mewtwo." Mewtwo: &...


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In the Pokémon Adventures manga, Mewtwo was given human DNA as well as Mew DNA so Mewtwo should look different then Mew. More human. I don't see why this couldn't also have been the case in the anime and games. However, the Pokemon that Mewtwo cloned were given hardly any changes but the change of that they would obey Mewtwo. They were not injected with ...


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