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Seel appeared next in ''[[EP061|The Misty Mermaid]]''. During a battle with [[Team Rocket]], Seel [[Evolution|evolved]] and was able to send them blasting off. Misty's sisters were surprised by Seel's strength in battle, not knowing how powerful it was until that point.
 
Seel appeared next in ''[[EP061|The Misty Mermaid]]''. During a battle with [[Team Rocket]], Seel [[Evolution|evolved]] and was able to send them blasting off. Misty's sisters were surprised by Seel's strength in battle, not knowing how powerful it was until that point.
   
Since then, it has made several cameo appearances in [[Pokémon Chronicles]] episodes that featured [[Misty]].
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It is likely that the gym has a second Seel Since another one has made several cameo appearances next to Dewgong in [[Pokémon Chronicles]] episodes that featured [[Misty]].
   
 
==Moves used==
 
==Moves used==

Revision as of 06:51, 15 September 2009

Dewgong
ジュゴン Jugon
Poké Ball
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Cerulean Gym's Dewgong
Debuts in The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Caught at Kanto
Evolves in The Misty Mermaid
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location At Cerulean Gym
Seel Dewgong
This Pokémon spent 54 episodes as Seel.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Seel Yuji Ueda Michael Haigney
As Dewgong Yuji Ueda Michael Haigney

Dewgong (Japanese: ジュゴン Jugon) is a Pokémon that makes its home at the Cerulean Gym. Its English voice actor is Michael Haigney and its Japanese voice actor is 上田祐司 Yuji Ueda.

Dewgong first appeared as a Seel in The Water Flowers of Cerulean City. It was most likely not used by Misty's sisters in battle because they claimed they had no battling Pokémon when Ash challenged them for a badge. It held the Cascade Badge on its tongue in this episode.

Seel appeared next in The Misty Mermaid. During a battle with Team Rocket, Seel evolved and was able to send them blasting off. Misty's sisters were surprised by Seel's strength in battle, not knowing how powerful it was until that point.

It is likely that the gym has a second Seel Since another one has made several cameo appearances next to Dewgong in Pokémon Chronicles episodes that featured Misty.

Moves used

Using Aurora Beam as a Seel Move First Used In
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Headbutt Unknown
Ice Beam Unknown
Aurora Beam The Misty Mermaid
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

In the games

Dewgong (used by Misty) appears in the following games:

Pokémon Stadium

Round 1:

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Types:
Water Unknown
Held item:
None
Seel Lv.50
Blizzard
Ice
Rest
Psychic
Take Down
Normal
Surf
Water

Round 2:

087.png
Types:
Water Ice
Held item:
None
Dewgong Lv.50
Aurora Beam
Ice
Rest
Psychic
Take Down
Normal
Surf
Water

In the TCG

Dewgong and Seel were both featured in the TCG as one of Misty's Pokémon. The following is a list of cards named Misty's Seel or Misty's Dewgong.

Name Type Level Rarity Set Set no.
Misty's Seel Water 20 Common Gym Heroes 88/132
Misty's Seel Water 14 Common Gym Challenge 91/132
Misty's Dewgong Water 40 Uncommon Gym Challenge 54/132


Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Seel and Dewgong.


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